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MakefileView
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1 +NAME = adb
2 +BIN = adb.filter.dpi
3 +DILLO_DIR = ~/.dillo
4 +DPI_DIR = $(DILLO_DIR)/dpi
5 +DPIDRC = $(DILLO_DIR)/dpidrc
6 +
7 +all: $(BIN)
8 +
9 +$(DPIDRC):
10 + cp /etc/dillo/dpidrc $@
11 +
12 +install-proto: $(DPIDRC)
13 + echo 'proto.adb+http=$(NAME)/$(BIN)' >> $<
14 + echo 'proto.adb+https=$(NAME)/$(BIN)' >> $<
15 + echo 'proto.adb+screencap=$(NAME)/$(BIN)' >> $<
16 +
17 +install: $(BIN) install-proto
18 + mkdir -p $(DPI_DIR)/$(NAME)
19 + cp -f $(BIN) $(DPI_DIR)/$(NAME)
20 +
21 +link: $(BIN) install-proto
22 + mkdir -p $(DPI_DIR)/$(NAME)
23 + ln -frs $(BIN) $(DPI_DIR)/$(NAME)
24 +
25 +uninstall: $(BIN)
26 + rm -f $(DPI_DIR)/$(NAME)/$(BIN)
27 +
28 +.PHONY:
29 + all install link uninstall
README.mdView
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1 +# dillo-adb
2 +
3 +Interactive with an Android device using [ADB][], in [Dillo][].
4 +
5 +## Install
6 +
7 +Run `make install` (or `make link` for development purposes). Then run `dpidc stop` to trigger Dillo's `dpid` program to relaunch. Then try navigating to one of the supported URLs in Dillo, like `dpi:/adb/`
8 +
9 +## Routes
10 +
11 +- `dpi:/adb/` - Main interactive interface. Offers a clickable image to view the device's screen and trigger pointer events on the device; and a text field to input text to the device.
12 +- `adb+screencap:` Get a PNG of a screenshot of the device.
13 +- `adb+http:`, `adb+https:` - Request web pages proxied through the device. Requires [busybox][] installed at `/data/local/tmp/busybox` on the device.
14 +
15 +## Environment
16 +
17 +- `ADB_DEVID` - Device ID to use for `adb` commands.
18 +
19 +## TODO
20 +
21 +- Implement auto-installing of busybox on the device.
22 +
23 +## License
24 +
25 + Copyright (C) 2018-2020 Charles E. Lehner
26 +
27 + This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
28 + it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
29 + the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
30 + (at your option) any later version.
31 +
32 + This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
33 + but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
34 + MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
35 + GNU General Public License for more details.
36 +
37 + You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
38 + along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
39 +
40 +[ADB]: https://en.droidwiki.org/wiki/Android_Debug_Bridge
41 +[Dillo]: https://www.dillo.org/
42 +[busyboxy]: https://www.busybox.net/
adb.filter.dpiView
@@ -1,0 +1,153 @@
1 +#!/bin/bash
2 +
3 +# dillo-adb
4 +# Copyright 2018-2020 Charles E. Lehner
5 +# GPL-3.0+
6 +
7 +read -d '>' auth
8 +read -d '>' cmd
9 +case "$cmd" in
10 + "<cmd='open_url' url='"*);;
11 + *) echo $cmd; exit;;
12 +esac
13 +url=${cmd#"<cmd='open_url' url='"}
14 +url=${url%"' '"}
15 +case "$url" in
16 + adb+http:*);;
17 + adb+https:*);;
18 + adb+screencap:*);;
19 + dpi:/adb*);;
20 + *) echo $url; exit;;
21 +esac
22 +url=${url#adb+}
23 +
24 +adb1() {
25 + adb ${ADB_DEVID:+-s $ADB_DEVID} "$@"
26 +}
27 +
28 +serve_404() {
29 + printf "<cmd='start_send_page' url='' '>\n"
30 + printf "Content-type: text/plain\r\n\r\n"
31 + echo Not found
32 +}
33 +
34 +serve_dpi_adb_click() {
35 + local qs=$1 tmp= screenx= screeny= refresh= text= enter=
36 +
37 + case "$qs" in
38 + *screen.x=*)
39 + tmp=${qs##*screen.x=}
40 + tmp=${tmp##screen.x=}
41 + screenx=${tmp%%&*};;
42 + esac
43 +
44 + case "$qs" in
45 + *screen.y=*)
46 + tmp=${qs##*screen.y=}
47 + tmp=${tmp##screen.y=}
48 + screeny=${tmp%%&*};;
49 + esac
50 +
51 + case "$qs" in *refresh=*) refresh=1;; esac
52 + case "$qs" in *enter=*) enter=1;; esac
53 +
54 + case "$qs" in
55 + *text=*)
56 + tmp=${qs##*text=}
57 + tmp=${tmp##text=}
58 + text=${tmp%%&*}
59 + ;;
60 + esac
61 +
62 + if [ -n "$screenx" -a -n "$screeny" ]; then
63 + if ! adb1 shell input mouse tap $screenx $screeny; then
64 + echo "<cmd='send_status_message' msg='failed to tap screen' '>"
65 + fi
66 + fi
67 + if [ -n "$text" ]; then
68 + if ! adb1 shell input text "\"$text\""; then
69 + echo "<cmd='send_status_message' msg='failed to enter text' '>"
70 + fi
71 + fi
72 + echo "<cmd='reload_request' url='adb+screencap:' '>"
73 +}
74 +
75 +serve_dpi_adb_home() {
76 + printf "<cmd='start_send_page' url='' '>\n"
77 + printf "Content-type: text/html\r\n\r\n"
78 + cat <<-EOF
79 + <!doctype html>
80 + <html>
81 + <head>
82 + <meta charset=utf-8>
83 + <title>adb</title>
84 + <style>
85 + body {
86 + margin: 0;
87 + }
88 + </style>
89 + </head>
90 + <body>
91 + <form action="click" method="get">
92 + <input type=submit name=refresh value="refresh">
93 + <input type=text name=text placeholder="text">
94 + <input type=submit name=enter value="enter">
95 + <br>
96 + <input type=image name=screen src="adb+screencap:$RANDOM">
97 + </form>
98 + </body>
99 + </html>
100 + EOF
101 +}
102 +
103 +serve_dpi_adb() {
104 + local path=${1%\?*}
105 + path=${path#dpi:/adb}
106 + local qs=${1#*\?}
107 + case "$path" in
108 + /) serve_dpi_adb_home "$qs";;
109 + /click) serve_dpi_adb_click "$qs";;
110 + *) serve_404;;
111 + esac
112 +}
113 +
114 +serve_screencap() {
115 + printf "<cmd='start_send_page' url='' '>\n"
116 + printf "Content-type: image/png\r\n\r\n"
117 + adb1 shell screencap -p | dos2unix -f
118 +}
119 +
120 +serve_http() {
121 + local url="$1"
122 + adb1 shell /data/local/tmp/busybox wget -qSO- "'$url'" | awk '
123 + !in_header && /^ [Cc]ontent-([Tt]ype|[Ll]ength): / {
124 + printf "<cmd='"'"'start_send_page'"'"' url='"'"'%s'"'"' '"'"'>", ""
125 + in_header=1
126 + print $1, $2
127 + next
128 + }
129 + !in_header && /^wget:/ {
130 + printf "<cmd='"'"'send_status_message'"'"' msg='"'"'%s'"'"' '"'"'>", $0
131 + }
132 + in_header && /^ \r$/ {
133 + in_header=0
134 + in_body=1
135 + printf "\r\n"
136 + next
137 + }
138 + in_body { print }
139 + '
140 +}
141 +
142 +case "$url" in
143 + dpi:/adb/*)
144 + url=${url#/adb/}
145 + serve_dpi_adb "$url"
146 + exit $?;;
147 + screencap:*)
148 + serve_screencap
149 + exit $?;;
150 + http*)
151 + serve_http "$url"
152 + exit $?;;
153 +esac

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