Tuesday, July 26, 2011

WAAT-Ruby - ready for use

WAAT-Ruby is now ready for use. 

Project hosted on github - http://github.com/anandbagmar/WAAT-Ruby
WAAT-Ruby gem available for download from here.
Documentation is available (on WAAt-Ruby wiki pages) here.

Since WAAT-Ruby uses WAAT-Java under the covers, I have kept the same version numbers for both platforms. The latest version is 1.4.

I have not yet pushed it out on rubygems.org. Will update once that is done.

So far I have tested this on the following environments:
  • Windows 7 - 64-bit with Ruby 1.8.6
  • RHEL 6 - 64-bit with Ruby 1.8.6 (I had difficulty in getting jpcap deployed on this environment). But once that was done, WAAT worked smoothly out of the box.
  • Ubuntu 10.x - 32-bit with Ruby 1.8.7
  • Ubuntu 10.x - 32-bit with Ruby 1.9.1
One important note:
If you are using WAAT (Java or Ruby) on any Linux-based environment, please note the Jpcap requirement for execution.
WAAT uses Jpcap for capturing network packets. Jpcap needs administrative privileges to do this work. See the Jpcap FAQs for more information about the same.

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