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On Aug 2, 2010, at 7:10 AM, eymanm wrote:
> Here's how the subtree is displayed (line numbers are added by me):
> 1 1
> 2 String1 (1)
> 3 Value...displayed nice...
> ... Further values of the subtree...
OK, so the subtree has multiple values under it.
Given that, ...
> Line 1 is generated by proto_tree_add_uint_format() and proto_item_add_subtree() functions.
...line 1 should *NOT* correspond solely to the integral value, so you wouldn't use any of the proto_tree_add_uint functions. It should also perhaps give information about the *other* values in that subtree.
> Line 2 is generated by proto_tree_add_item() function.
Do lines 2 and 3 *both* correspond to the integral value? That seems redundant. Or is it for another value that also goes into that subtree?
> There is an expansion "+" on line 1. So, if the branch is not expanded, only "1" is visible. My goal is to display both "String1" and "1" when the tree is not expanded.
ti = proto_tree_add_text(tree, tvb, offset of the beginning of the first value covered by the subtree,
length of *all* the values covered by the subtree, "Subtree name: %s (%u) ...",
val_to_str(value, String, "Unknown"), value, other values to put into the item);
subtree = proto_item_add_subtree(ti, ett_subtree);
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