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Wireshark dissector for protocol buffer

I am currently using Wireshark to view the traffic of a message with multiple fields (double & enum) that were defined with protocol buffer. To be able to view the value of the different fields of the message I have used the open source dissector that I found on this page: https://github.com/128technology/protobuf_dissector

The problem is that the value of the fields (after being decoded by the above dissector) is in Hexadecimal form. I am interested in being able to view it in decimal form.

The message code is very simple since it is just a trial. Here is the code if it is of any help!

syntax = "proto2";

// Message AData message AData { required double x = 1; required double y = ; required double z = 3; required eAType AType = 4; required double a = 5; required double b = 6; required double c = 7; required double d = 8; required double e = 9; required double f = 10; }

syntax = "proto2";

enum eAType { PA = 0; BA = 1; AG = 2; WG = 3; }

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Wireshark dissector for protocol buffer

I am currently using Wireshark to view the traffic of a message with multiple fields (double & enum) that were defined with protocol buffer. To be able to view the value of the different fields of the message I have used the open source dissector that I found on this page: https://github.com/128technology/protobuf_dissector

The problem is that the value of the fields (after being decoded by the above dissector) is in Hexadecimal form. I am interested in being able to view it in decimal form.

The message code is very simple since it is just a trial. Here is the code if it is of any help!

syntax = "proto2";

"proto2"; // Message AData message AData { required double x = 1; required double y = ; required double z = 3; required eAType AType = 4; required double a = 5; required double b = 6; required double c = 7; required double d = 8; required double e = 9; required double f = 10; }

} syntax = "proto2";

"proto2"; enum eAType { PA = 0; BA = 1; AG = 2; WG = 3; }

}