colors in tshark!
[tl;dr: per-packet coloring is now supported in
I regularly use
when doing protocol work, often several times per week. It’s a great way to
take load off my brain instead of constantly parsing packets with my eyeballs
directly from a raw hex dump.
tshark is like
tcpdump on steroids,
providing me the majority of the benefits of Wireshark but without having to
leave the terminal, use the mouse, or slurp a
.pcap file around between
tshark I can usually just view the
.pcap file on the same
server I used to capture it.
radix-calc: a programmer's calculator for the CLI and Alfred
tl;dr: a CLI-based and Alfred-based programmer’s calculator
is now available on GitHub and via
cargo install radix-calc
At work I deal with a lot of hexadecimal and binary arithmetic. Some of it I can do in my head with little effort – most addition is pretty easy, most hex/decimal/binary conversions are easy for small values – but the rest of it is tedious and distracting to convert by hand. There are lots of tools out there to help with these calculations but none of them met my needs:[...]
vim-mscgen available on GitHub
[tl;dr: Vim syntax highlighting for the mscgen, msgenny, Xù languages is now available on GitHub.]
At work I’ve been working on a large design document that involves some wire protocol work. It’s often helpful when explaining wire protocols to use packet/protocol sequence diagrams (sometimes called ladder diagrams, but that term is ambiguous if you’re a different type of electrical engineer).[...]
Blog Moved to GitHub Pages
A few weeks ago I moved this blog from Blogger (davegoodell.blogspot.com) to GitHub Pages (blog.goodell.io). Redirects should be in place from any old links to their new home, but it’s possible that I missed something somehow. I also updated the underlying feed backing the Feed Burner feed, so any subscribers using that might have seen the migration as a reposting of all the old posts. Sorry for the spam in your feed reader.
If you see any problems, drop me a line via email or on Twitter and I’ll straighten things out.