I got told in #228051 to open a new PR, so I do.
When installing net/tshark-lite and trying to dump with it, I get the message
tshark: Couldn't run /usr/local/bin/dumpcap in child process: No such file or directory
because dumpcap is no longer installed.
Which brings up the question "what is the intended difference between tshark and tshark-lite"? The pkg-descr just says "lite", but doesn't mention "unsuitable for life capturing"...
Anyway, what I think should happen is that either dumpcap is brought back, or the package description is clarified on what "lite" stands for... save people time.
A commit references this bug:
Date: Fri Aug 2 23:19:08 UTC 2019
New revision: 507920
Unconditionally install dumpcap.
This is required to actually be able to capture packets with tshark.
This should be fixed now.