Norton AV report on ActiveState build 210 src?
DavidLnonospammy at raqia.com
Sat Aug 4 00:31:33 CEST 2001
The problem is a bug in the NAV 2001 signatures. I took the swig.bat
file that Dan M was kind enough to send me and ran NAV on it. Sure
enough it said that it was a virus! I have complained to Norton for
what its worth. Hopefully this post will save some other nervous nellie
like me some time and worry.
Paul Prescod wrote:
> Terry Reedy wrote:
> > It should be quite safe to *look* at the file with WinZip's ascii
> > viewer or with notepad.
> > Or use Python to read and display.
> Here's what it looks like on my computer (i.e. nonviral!):
> @echo off
> rem Batch file for locating and executing SWIG.
> rem SWIG binaries are kept under source control,
> rem so this batch file should find that version.
> if "%SWIG_EXE%==" goto not_set
> if not exist %SWIG_EXE% goto not_set
> echo NOTE: The build process has changed (hopefully for the better!)
> echo You can remove your old SWIG install, and the %SWIG_EXE%
> echo environment variable. All of SWIG is now kept under CVS,
> echo and this version will be used if %%SWIG_EXE%% is not set.
> goto set
> if not exist ..\swig\swig.exe goto not_found
> rem Pull a trick to convert the path to a full path.
> for %%I in (..\swig\swig.exe) do set SWIG_EXE=%%~fI
> for /D %%I in (..\swig\swig_lib) do set SWIG_LIB=%%~fI
> cd %1
> %SWIG_EXE% %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9
> goto xit
> echo *** Can not find SWIG.
> echo *** Please see "swig.bat" for how we attempt to locate SWIG.
> goto xit
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