The purpose of this program is to help developers by monitoring soap messages in real time.
This can be extremely useful when you want to monitor all of the soap messages that are being passed between your application and the target service.
Using the WinPcap library to send out TCP/IP packets and capturing data packets into the winpcap buffer.

What I did to get it to work is:

Downloaded Wireshark, which is a packet sniffer from
Called the Wireshark executable from the package’s “exe” file.
Started the Wireshark, pointed it to the port where the server is listening for clients.
Selected the “Tools > Sessions > Capture” option and selected the “Use tcpdump filter to select a capture file”

I used this to capture the data being sent from the client.

Downloaded the TCPPcap source from and compiled it for Windows using Visual Studio.NET.

I’m now trying to capture the data being sent to the server from the client.

Where I am getting stuck is, I can’t find the right way to send the data out.

I am guessing I have to somehow configure Wireshark so that it will capture the traffic.


try this:
Capture -> TCP Streams and do a “Resolve and Forward”
it will create a new capture interface named “Capture (new)”
and you can use it as you would the others (in your case a COM port for the connection)

Hope it helps

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* keymacro:
– Open IM Service for Sender
– Set target MACRO to “answer this question”
– Open dialog to answer question
– Close dialog with OK Button
– Open dialog to add sender to Buddy list
– Close dialog with OK Button
* NOTE: Requires Pidgin 2.6.x or higher


From the description, keymacro looks pretty good.
It appears it’s based on the ruby clack gem (


Loading of additional modules in a process

I have a global variable that is a module that contains functionality that loads additional modules. These additional modules are loaded and executed by my main program in a first-to-first execution order.
So far so good. I have the following structure:
module A
def a_func
require_dependency ‘A/B’

module B
def do_something


module C
include A
def a_func
require_dependency ‘C/D’

module D
include C
def do_something


I would like to know what is the best (cleanest, more obvious) way to structure a_func so that I don’t need to define all those require_dependency calls. Also I want to avoid creating a bunch of if statements to test which module should be included in the module.
Is there a well-known pattern for this case?
Note that I am aware of the 2-step loading style: require B then B.do_something. I am not looking for such a case.


Assuming you can require all of them at once, as is the case with require_dependency, and I’m going to use the lazy-load technique for making sure all the required modules are loaded before the method is executed, you can do something like:
module A
def a_func
require_dependency ‘A/B’