Thanks to those compiler warnings, I took care of mpg them. That was ver nice.
However, I have seen EnableHook being used in some of the newer plugins. My plugin seems
to compile fine and rudimentary testing shows it seems to work fine as well. Where can I
know more about the APIs purpose and use? Are there any other new APIs that are newer and
correct ways of interacting with zeek?
Thanks again for taking the time for responding to my query.
On Feb 14, 2020, at 8:51 AM, Tim Wojtulewicz
All of the deprecations listed in 3.0.1 will return compiler warnings if you use them in
your code, but will still function correctly. The deprecations aren’t actually removed
until 3.1, at which point using them will cause failures. That said, if you run into
anything with any of the deprecations, let us know and we can help work through them.
On Feb 13, 2020, at 6:54 PM, Dk Jack
We have a (c++) plugin that we have been using with 2.4.1. We are
trying to move to 3.0.x. Is there any documentation on api changes
(deprecations) that we need to be concerned about? Our plugin is an
analyzer deriving from tcp::TCP_ApplicationAnalyzer. Any guidance is
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