|author||Jan Safranek <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Thu Jul 31 13:46:49 2014 +0200|
|committer||Jan Safranek <email@example.com>||Thu Aug 28 09:30:14 2014 +0200|
Added checks for printing variables with wrong types. When -OQ command line argument is used, variable formatter preffers the type of the varible parsed from a MIB file instead of checking type of the variable as parsed from SNMP message. This can lead to crashes when incoming packets contains a variable with NULL type, while the MIB says the variable should be non-NULL, like Integer. The formatter then tries to interpret the NULL (from packet) as Integer (from MIB file).