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* Copyright (C) 2015 The Android Open Source Project
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
* you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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* Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
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* See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
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#ifndef __ADB_SOCKET_H
#define __ADB_SOCKET_H
#include <stddef.h>
#include <memory>
#include "fdevent.h"
struct apacket;
class atransport;
/* An asocket represents one half of a connection between a local and
* remote entity. A local asocket is bound to a file descriptor. A
* remote asocket is bound to the protocol engine.
struct asocket {
/* chain pointers for the local/remote list of
* asockets that this asocket lives in
asocket* next;
asocket* prev;
/* the unique identifier for this asocket
unsigned id;
/* flag: set when the socket's peer has closed
* but packets are still queued for delivery
int closing;
// flag: set when the socket failed to write, so the socket will not wait to
// write packets and close directly.
bool has_write_error;
/* flag: quit adbd when both ends close the
* local service socket
int exit_on_close;
// the asocket we are connected to
asocket* peer;
/* For local asockets, the fde is used to bind
* us to our fd event system. For remote asockets
* these fields are not used.
fdevent fde;
int fd;
// queue of apackets waiting to be written
apacket* pkt_first;
apacket* pkt_last;
/* enqueue is called by our peer when it has data
* for us. It should return 0 if we can accept more
* data or 1 if not. If we return 1, we must call
* peer->ready() when we once again are ready to
* receive data.
int (*enqueue)(asocket* s, apacket* pkt);
/* ready is called by the peer when it is ready for
* us to send data via enqueue again
void (*ready)(asocket* s);
/* shutdown is called by the peer before it goes away.
* the socket should not do any further calls on its peer.
* Always followed by a call to close. Optional, i.e. can be NULL.
void (*shutdown)(asocket* s);
/* close is called by the peer when it has gone away.
* we are not allowed to make any further calls on the
* peer once our close method is called.
void (*close)(asocket* s);
/* A socket is bound to atransport */
atransport* transport;
size_t get_max_payload() const;
asocket *find_local_socket(unsigned local_id, unsigned remote_id);
void install_local_socket(asocket *s);
void remove_socket(asocket *s);
void close_all_sockets(atransport *t);
asocket *create_local_socket(int fd);
asocket *create_local_service_socket(const char* destination,
const atransport* transport);
asocket *create_remote_socket(unsigned id, atransport *t);
void connect_to_remote(asocket *s, const char *destination);
void connect_to_smartsocket(asocket *s);
// Internal functions that are only made available here for testing purposes.
namespace internal {
char* skip_host_serial(char* service);
} // namespace internal
#endif // __ADB_SOCKET_H