--- Comment #1 from Guy Harris <g...@alum.mit.edu> ---
Crash in the lookup helper, closing its side of the pipe, so we get a SIGPIPE
writing to it? We should probably ignore SIGPIPE in Wireshark, but we probably
don't want to do so in TShark, as it's the standard way of sending a "terminate
this pipeline" indication up the pipeline if you ^C the command.
Unfortunately, I don't see a broadly-portable way to say "I can haz no
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