[Bro-Commits] [git/bro] topic/seth/dns-updates: Fixed some bugs with capturing data in the base DNS script. (04e2773)

@@ -140,15 +140,11 @@ event DNS::do_reply(c: connection, msg: dns_msg, ans: dns_answer, reply: string)

What is the reason for the DNS:: namespace of the event handler? I
looks like it could be removed, since the file specifies "module DNS"
at the top already without changing that before do_reply again.


If I remember correctly there is a bug (or feature?) with handling non-global events where they always need to be fully scoped. Normally, people don't see this (and the reason the bug is there) because all of the core generated events are in the GLOBAL namespace.