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#44 fixed Sniffwave segfaults on linux w/ no params except data flag somebody stefan
Description

"sniffwave WAVE_RING" is fine. "sniffwave WAVE_RING y" seg faults. "sniffwave WAVE_RING wild wild wild wild y" is fine.

This is a 64 bit Ubuntu 9.1 Linux box.

earthworm@polar:/media/data2mirror/tankplayer_queue$ sniffwave WAVE_RING y
Segmentation fault
earthworm@polar:/media/data2mirror/tankplayer_queue$ sniffwave WAVE_RING wild wild wild wild y
Sniffing WAVE_RING for wild.wild.wild.wild
20100313_UTC_03:24:46 sniffwave: inRing flushed 494 packets of 1037400 bytes total.
MCM.1.SI.-- (0x2 0x0) 0 s2 1018 10.0 2010/03/09 06:48:20.40 (1268117300.4000) 2010/03/09 06:50:02.10 (1268117402.1000)  i255 m25 t19 len2100 [333284.87]
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#50 fixed Update blat somebody stefan
Description

Check the legality of doing so, and if it's OK, include a newer version of blat with the Earthworm Windows distribution so we can cut down on user winsock errors generated by the 2004 version. I am using a 2007 version that behaves nicely.

#52 fixed Waveman2disk, remove logging somebody stefan
Description
-------- Original Message --------
From: Richard Godbee 

waveman2disk is another program I'd love to see logit() ripped out  
of.  I currently have to wrap it in a shell script like:

> #!/bin/bash
> export EW_LOG="`/bin/mktemp -d -t`/" || {
>     /bin/echo "can't create temporary directory" > /dev/stderr
>     exit 1
> }
> /path/to/waveman2disk /path/to/waveman2disk.d
> /bin/rm -rf "${EW_LOG}"

Richard
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