--- On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 9:01 PM, Peter Wu <pe...@lekensteyn.nl> wrote:
> It looks like "console.lua" is setting the "debug" function. Perhaps
> those "helpers" should be removed or namespaced, as a workaround you can
> just comment the debug function:
> -- function debug(x) ... end
I tried the above, but, when Wireshark is started, it actually throws
the error at:
"~/.luarocks/share/lua/5.1/luacov/hook.lua:26:attempt to index global
'debug' (a function value)".
In hook.lua, when the local variable "name" is assigned to the full
path of the Lua plugin prefixed by "@", the coverage statistics get
generated. Bascially, the following is used to retrieve the name:
local name = debug.getinfo(level, "S").source -- returns "@dissector.lua"
So, the following hard-coded assginment works:
local name = "@dissector.lua"
local prefixed_name = string.match(name, "^@(.*)")
I am not sure why debug module or function is used to retrieve the
path to the Wireshark Lua plugin. Will check with the Luacov author.
Thanks for your reply. Appreciate it!
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