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#!/usr/bin/perl
##############################################################################
#
# Script: bcvi
#
# The 'Back-Channel vim' tool works with SSH to allow commands which are run
# on an SSH server to invoke processes back on the originating SSH client
# machine.
#
# Use 'bcvi --help' for the documentation
#
# Copyright (c) 2007-2012 Grant McLean <grantm@cpan.org>
#
use strict;
use warnings;
require 5.008;
##############################################################################
# This package implements some common functionality required by both the
# client and the server.
#
# It also serves as the entry-point for the command-line script.
##############################################################################
package App::BCVI;
our $VERSION = '3.06';
use File::Spec;
use File::Path;
use Getopt::Long qw();
use Encode qw(encode decode);
use IO::Socket::INET;
my %class_map = (
base => 'App::BCVI',
client => 'App::BCVI::Client',
server => 'App::BCVI::Server',
pod => 'App::BCVI::POD',
);
my %response_message = (
100 => "Ready ($App::BCVI::VERSION)",
200 => "Success",
300 => "Response follows",
900 => "Permission denied",
910 => "Unrecognised command",
);
my $LF = "\x0A";
my(
%options, %option_name, %commands, @aliases, @installables,
%plugin_loaded, @plugins,
);
run(@ARGV) unless caller(); # Don't run anything if loaded via 'require'
sub run {
App::BCVI->base_init();
App::BCVI->load_plugins();
App::BCVI->base_class()->process_command_line(@_);
exit;
}
sub version { return $App::BCVI::VERSION; }
sub base_class { return $class_map{base}; }
sub client_class { return $class_map{client}; }
sub server_class { return $class_map{server}; }
sub pod_class { return $class_map{pod}; }
sub map_class { $class_map{$_[1]} = $_[2]; }
sub sock { shift->{sock}; }
sub installable_files { return @installables; }
sub message_from_code { $response_message{$_[1]}; }
sub base_init {
my($class) = @_;
$class->register_option(
name => 'help',
alias => '?',
dispatch_to => 'show_help',
summary => 'detailed help message',
description => <<'END_POD'
Display this documentation.
END_POD
);
$class->register_option(
name => 'debug',
alias => 'd',
summary => 'turn on debugging',
description => <<'END_POD'
Turn on debugging messages.
END_POD
);
$class->register_option(
name => 'add-aliases',
dispatch_to => 'add_aliases',
summary => 'install bcvi into shell startup files',
description => <<'END_POD'
Edit the bash startup script to add (or update) the required command aliases
for bcvi.
END_POD
);
$class->register_option(
name => 'listener',
alias => 'l',
dispatch_to => 'start_listener',
summary => 'start in listener mode',
description => <<'END_POD'
Start a background listener process. Also generates a new authentication key.
END_POD
);
$class->register_option(
name => 'install',
arg_name => '<hosts>',
dispatch_to => 'install_to_hosts',
summary => 'copy bcvi to named hosts and install aliases',
description => <<'END_POD'
Copy the C<bcvi> script to the C<$HOME/bin> directory on the specified host
and then remotely invoke it with the C<--add-aliases> option.
END_POD
);
$class->register_option(
name => 'unpack-term',
dispatch_to => 'unpack_term',
summary => 'unpack the overloaded TERM variable',
description => <<'END_POD'
This option is intended for use from a F<.profile> script. It outputs a
snippet of shell script to be passed to C<eval> in the calling shell.
END_POD
);
$class->register_option(
name => 'wrap-ssh',
alias => 's',
dispatch_to => 'wrap_ssh',
summary => 'pass all args after -- to ssh',
description => <<'END_POD'
A wrapper around invoking ssh to connect to a specified host. Ensures the
environment is set up to pass the authentication key and other data to the
C<bcvi> client on the remote server.
END_POD
);
$class->register_option(
name => 'version',
alias => 'v',
dispatch_to => 'show_versions',
summary => 'display bcvi version number',
description => <<'END_POD'
When invoking a command use this option to indicate that the arguments are not
filenames and the translation of relative pathnames to absolute should be
skipped.
END_POD
);
$class->register_option(
name => 'no-path-xlate',
alias => 'n',
summary => 'skip translation of args from relative to absolute',
description => <<'END_POD'
Displays the version number of the bcvi client and if applicable, of the
listener process.
END_POD
);
$class->register_option(
name => 'port',
alias => 'p',
arg_spec => '=i',
arg_name => '<port>',
summary => 'port number for listener/port-forward',
description => <<'END_POD'
When used with C<--listener>, this is the port the server process will listen
on. When used with C<--wrap-ssh> this is the port number on the remote machine
that will be forwarded back to the listener process. The default in both cases
is calculated using the user's numeric UID multiplied by 10 and added to 9.
The intent is to reduce the chance of collisions with other bcvi users.
END_POD
);
$class->register_option(
name => 'command',
alias => 'c',
arg_spec => '=s',
arg_name => '<cmnd>',
summary => 'command to send over back-channel',
description => <<'END_POD'
Use C<cmnd> as the command to send over the back-channel (default: vi).
Recognised commands are described in L<COMMANDS> below.
END_POD
);
$class->register_option(
name => 'reuse-auth',
summary => "don't generate a new auth key on listener startup",
description => <<'END_POD'
A new (random) authorisation key is generated when the listener process is
started - this will invalidate the keys in use by existing SSH sessions.
This option is for use when it is necessary to restart the listener process
without invalidating client keys.
END_POD
);
$class->register_option(
name => 'plugin-help',
arg_spec => '=s',
arg_name => '<plugin>',
dispatch_to => 'plugin_help',
summary => "display documentation for <plugin>",
description => <<'END_POD'
The --help output includes a list of installed plugins. Use this option to
read the documentation for a named plugin.
END_POD
);
$class->register_command(
name => 'vi',
description => <<'END_POD'
Invokes C<gvim> on the remote file - after translating the host+path to
an scp URI. This is the default command if no C<--command> option is
specified. If multiple filenames are supplied, the first will be opened
in gvim and you should use C<:n> to load the 'next' file.
END_POD
);
$class->register_command(
name => 'viwait',
description => <<'END_POD'
This command works exactly the same as C<vi> above, except it waits for the
editor process to exit before bcvi exits on the remote machine. This is
primarily for use with C<sudoedit>. Note: when used with C<sudoedit>, the file
will not be updated on the remote machine until you exit the editor on your
workstation.
END_POD
);
$class->register_command(
name => 'scpd',
description => <<'END_POD'
Uses C<scp> to copy the specified files or directories to the calling user's
F<~/Desktop>.`
END_POD
);
$class->add_home_bin();
$class->register_aliases(
'test -n "$(which bcvi)" && eval "$(bcvi --unpack-term)"',
'test -n "${BCVI_CONF}" && alias vi="bcvi"',
'test -n "${BCVI_CONF}" && alias suvi="EDITOR=\'bcvi -c viwait\' sudoedit"',
'test -n "${BCVI_CONF}" && alias bcp="bcvi -c scpd"',
);
$class->pod_class->init();
}
sub register_option {
my $class = shift;
my $opt = { @_ };
my $key = $opt->{name};
if(!defined $key or !length $key) {
die "Can't register option without 'name'";
}
my($package, $filename, $line) = caller();
$opt->{provider} = "$package at $filename line $line";
my $taken = $options{$key};
if($taken && !$opt->{force_override}) {
warn "option '--$key' already registered by $taken->{provider}\n";
}
if($opt->{alias}) {
foreach my $a (map { s/^-+//; $_ } split /\|/, $opt->{alias}) {
if($option_name{$a} && !$opt->{force_override}) {
if($taken = $options{$option_name{$a}}) {
warn "alias '$a' already registered for option "
. "'--$taken->{name}' by $taken->{provider}\n";
}
}
$option_name{$a} = $key;
}
}
$options{$key} = $opt;
}
sub register_command {
my $class = shift;
my $cmd = { @_ };
my $key = $cmd->{name};
if(!defined $key or !length $key) {
die "Can't register command without 'name'";
}
$cmd->{dispatch_to} ||= "execute_$key";
my($package, $filename, $line) = caller();
$cmd->{provider} = "$package at $filename line $line";
warn "option '$key' already registered by $commands{$key}->{provider}\n"
if $commands{$key} && !$cmd->{force_override};
$commands{$key} = $cmd;
}
sub each_option {
my($class, $sub) = @_;
$sub->($options{$_}) foreach sort keys %options;
}
sub each_command {
my($class, $sub) = @_;
$sub->($commands{$_}) foreach sort keys %commands;
}
sub command_handler {
my($class, $name) = @_;
return unless defined $name;
return "execute_commands_pod" if $name eq 'commands_pod';
my $spec = $commands{$name} or return;
return $spec->{dispatch_to};
}
sub add_home_bin {
my $class = shift;
my $home_bin = $class->home_directory . '/bin';
$class->register_aliases(
qq{echo \$PATH | grep -q $home_bin || PATH="$home_bin:\$PATH"},
);
}
sub register_aliases {
my $class = shift;
push @aliases, @_;
}
sub register_installable {
my $class = shift;
my($package, $filename, $line) = caller();
push @installables, $filename;
}
sub shell_aliases {
my($self) = @_;
return
"## START-BCVI\n"
. join("\n", map { " $_" } @aliases)
. "\n## END-BCVI\n";
}
sub load_plugins {
my($class) = @_;
my $dir = $class->conf_directory();
foreach my $file (sort glob("$dir/*.pm")) {
$class->load_plugin_file($file);
}
}
sub load_plugin_file {
my($class, $file) = @_;
my @parts = File::Spec->splitdir($file);
my $key = pop @parts;
return if $plugin_loaded{$key};
eval { require $file; };
if($@) {
die qq{Error loading plugin "$file"\n$@\n}
}
$plugin_loaded{$key} = $file;
}
sub hook_client_class {
my($class) = @_;
my($calling_class, $calling_file) = caller();
my $client_class = $class->client_class();
$class->map_class(client => $calling_class);
no strict 'refs';
unshift @{"${calling_class}::ISA"}, $client_class;
push @plugins, { class => $calling_class, file => $calling_file };
return 1;
}
sub hook_server_class {
my($class) = @_;
my($calling_class, $calling_file) = caller();
my $server_class = $class->server_class();
$class->map_class(server => $calling_class);
no strict 'refs';
unshift @{"${calling_class}::ISA"}, $server_class;
push @plugins, { class => $calling_class, file => $calling_file };
return 1;
}
sub process_command_line {
my($class, @args) = @_;
my $opt = $class->option_defaults();
my @cfg = $class->getopt_config();
local(@ARGV) = @args;
Getopt::Long::GetOptions($opt, @cfg) or $class->die_synopsis();
my $handler = $opt->{listener}
? $class->server_class
: $class->client_class;
$handler->new(_options => $opt)->dispatch(@ARGV);
}
sub option_defaults {
return { };
}
sub getopt_config {
my($class) = @_;
my @spec;
$class->each_option(sub {
my($o) = @_;
my $def = $o->{name};
$def .= "|$o->{alias}" if defined $o->{alias};
$def .= $o->{arg_spec} if defined $o->{arg_spec};
push @spec, $def;
});
return @spec
}
sub die_synopsis {
my($class, $message) = @_;
warn "$message\n" if $message;
$class->pod_class->synopsis();
exit(1);
}
sub new {
my $class = shift;
return bless { @_ }, $class;
}
sub DEBUG {
my $self = shift;
return unless $self->opt('debug');
warn "$_\n" foreach @_;
}
sub dispatch {
my($self, @args) = @_;
if(my $method = $self->dispatch_option) {
$self->DEBUG("Dispatching to: $method");
$self->$method(@args);
exit;
}
elsif(!$self->opt('command') and !@args) {
$self->die_synopsis();
}
$self->send_command(@args);
}
sub opt {
my($self, $key) = @_;
return $self->{_options}->{$key};
}
sub set_opt {
my($self, $key, $value) = @_;
return $self->{_options}->{$key} = $value;
}
sub dispatch_option {
my($self) = @_;
my @set;
$self->each_option(sub {
my($o) = @_;
push @set, $o if $o->{dispatch_to} && defined $self->opt($o->{name});
});
return unless @set;
if(@set > 1) {
@set = map { "--$_->{name}" } @set;
my $last = pop @set;
$self->die_synopsis(
"Which did you want: " . join(', ', @set) . " or $last?"
);
}
return $set[0]->{dispatch_to};
}
sub default_port {
return( ($< * 10 + 9) % 65536 );
}
sub listen_address {
return 'localhost';
};
sub default_command {
return 'vi';
}
sub read_file {
my($self, $path) = @_;
return unless -e $path;
return if -d $path;
my $data = do {
open my $fh, '<', $path or die "open($path): $!\n";
local($/) = undef;
<$fh>;
};
return $data;
}
sub home_directory {
return (getpwuid($>))[7];
}
sub conf_directory {
my($self) = @_;
my $conf_dir = File::Spec->catdir($self->home_directory(), '.config', 'bcvi');
File::Path::mkpath($conf_dir) unless -d $conf_dir;
return $conf_dir;
}
sub auth_key_filename {
return File::Spec->catfile(shift->conf_directory(), 'listener_key');
}
sub listener_port_filename {
return File::Spec->catfile(shift->conf_directory(), 'listener_port');
}
sub get_listener_auth_key {
my($self) = @_;
my $auth_file = $self->auth_key_filename();
my $auth_key = $self->read_file($auth_file)
or die "Auth key file does not exist: $auth_file";
chomp($auth_key);
return $auth_key;
}
sub list_plugins {
my($self) = @_;
my @plugins;
foreach my $name (sort keys %plugin_loaded) {
my $path = $plugin_loaded{$name};
$name =~ s{[.]pm$}{};
if(my $title = $self->pod_class->extract_title($path)) {
push @plugins, "$name - $title";
}
else {
push @plugins, "$name - no documentation";
}
}
return @plugins;
}
sub plugin_help {
my($self) = @_;
my $plugin = $self->opt('plugin-help');
if(my $path = $plugin_loaded{"${plugin}.pm"}) {
$self->pod_class->show_plugin_help($path);
}
else {
die "Can't find plugin: '$plugin'\n";
}
}
##############################################################################
# The App::BCVI::Client class implements the command-line UI and the client
# side of the BCVI protocol. You can use inheritance to customise the
# behaviour of this class.
##############################################################################
package App::BCVI::Client;
BEGIN { @App::BCVI::Client::ISA = qw( App::BCVI ); }
sub get_connection_details {
my($self) = @_;
if(not $ENV{BCVI_CONF}) {
die "The \$BCVI_CONF environment variable has not been set\n";
}
my($alias, $gateway, $port, $auth_key) = split(/:/, $ENV{BCVI_CONF});
$self->{host_alias} = $alias;
$self->{gateway_address} = $gateway;
$self->{port} = $port;
$self->{auth_key} = $auth_key;
}
sub host_alias { return shift->{host_alias}; }
sub gateway_address { return shift->{gateway_address}; }
sub port { return shift->{port}; }
sub auth_key { return shift->{auth_key}; }
sub server_version { return shift->{server_version}; }
sub response_code { return shift->{response_code}; }
sub response_message { return shift->{response_message}; }
sub response { return shift->{response}; }
sub send_command {
my($self, @files) = @_;
my $command = $self->opt('command') || $self->default_command();
my $sock = $self->connect_to_listener();
my $request =
"Auth-Key: " . $self->auth_key . $LF .
"Host-Alias: " . $self->host_alias . $LF .
"Command: " . $command . $LF;
$self->DEBUG($request);
$sock->write($request)
or die "Error sending command through backchannel: $!";
$self->send_body(\@files);
return if $self->check_response() =~ /^(?:200|300)$/;
die $self->response_message . "\n";
}
sub send_body {
my($self, $files) = @_;
my $translate_paths = ! $self->opt('no-path-xlate');
my $body = join '', map {
$_ = File::Spec->rel2abs($_) if $translate_paths;
"$_$LF";
} @$files;
$self->sock->write(
'Content-Length: ' . length($body) . $LF .
$LF .
$body
) or die "Error sending command through backchannel: $!";
}
sub check_response {
my($self) = @_;
my $response = $self->sock->getline() or die "Server hung up\n";
chomp($response);
$self->DEBUG("Received response: $response");
if(my($code, $message) = $response =~ m{^(\d\d\d) (.*)$}) {
($self->{response_code}, $self->{response_message}) = ($code, $message);
$self->read_response() if $code eq '300';
return $code;
}
die "Unexpected response: '$response'\n";
}
sub read_response {
my($self) = @_;
my $sock = $self->sock();
my $resp = {};
while(my($line) = $sock->getline() || '') {
chomp($line);
last if $line eq '';
$line = Encode::decode('utf8', $line);
if(my($name, $value) = $line =~ m{^(\S+)\s*:\s*(.*)$}) {
$name =~ s/-/_/;
$resp->{lc($name)} = $value;
}
}
$self->{response} = $resp;
my $bytes = $resp->{content_length} || return;;
my $buf = '';
while(my $count = $sock->read($buf, $bytes, length($buf))) {
$bytes -= $count;
last if $bytes < 1;
}
$resp->{body} = $buf;
}
sub connect_to_listener {
my($self) = @_;
$self->get_connection_details();
$self->DEBUG("Connecting to: " . $self->gateway_address . ':' . $self->port);
my $peer = $self->gateway_address . ':' . $self->port;
my $sock = IO::Socket::INET->new(
PeerAddr => $peer,
) or die "Can't connect to '$peer': $!\n";
binmode($sock);
my $welcome = $sock->getline() or die "No listener?\n";
chomp($welcome);
$self->DEBUG("Server banner: $welcome");
if($welcome =~ /^100 Ready \(([^)]+)\)/) {
$self->{server_version} = $1;
}
$self->{sock} = $sock;
}
sub show_versions {
my($self) = @_;
print "bcvi client: $App::BCVI::VERSION\n";
if($ENV{BCVI_CONF}) {
$self->connect_to_listener();
print "bcvi server: " . $self->server_version . "\n";
}
}
sub show_help {
my($self) = @_;
$self->pod_class->full_pod($self);
}
sub commands_pod {
my($self) = @_;
eval {
$self->set_opt(command => 'commands_pod');
$self->send_command();
};
if($@) {
$@ = '';
return;
}
return $self->response->{body};
}
sub wrap_ssh {
my($self, @args_in) = @_;
if(my($target, @args_out) = $self->parse_ssh_args(@args_in)) {
$self->execute_wrapped_ssh($target, @args_out);
}
else {
warn "bcvi: unable to extract hostname from ssh command line\n";
$self->execute_ssh(@args_in);
}
}
sub parse_ssh_args {
my($self, @args_in) = @_;
my %need_arg = map { $_ => 1} split //, 'bcDeFiLlmOopRS';
my(@args_out, @hosts, $user);
while(@args_in) {
$_ = shift @args_in;
if(/^-l(.*)$/) { # extract username if specified with -l
$user = $1 ? $1 : $args_in[0];
}
if(/^-(.)(.*)$/) {
push @args_out, $_;
push @args_out, shift @args_in
if $need_arg{$1} && !length($2) && @args_in;
}
else {
push @args_out, $_;
push @hosts, $_;
}
}
return unless @hosts == 1;
my($target) = @hosts;
if($user and $target !~ /@/) {
$target = $user . '@' . $target;
}
return($target, @args_out);
}
sub execute_wrapped_ssh {
my($self, $target, @args) = @_;
my $remote_port = $self->opt('port') || $self->default_port();
my $local_port = $self->listener_port();
$ENV{TERM} = "$ENV{TERM}\n"
. "BCVI_CONF=${target}:localhost:$remote_port:"
. $self->get_listener_auth_key();
unshift @args, "-R $remote_port:localhost:$local_port";
$self->execute_ssh(@args);
}
sub execute_ssh {
my($self, @args) = @_;
system 'ssh', @args;
}
sub listener_port {
my($self) = @_;
my $port = $self->read_file($self->listener_port_filename())
or return $self->default_port();
chomp($port);
return $port;
}
sub unpack_term {
my($self) = @_;
my @parts = split /\x0D?\x0A/, $ENV{TERM} || '';
return unless @parts > 1;
print "TERM=$parts[0]\n";
shift @parts;
foreach (@parts) {
print if s{^(\w+)=(.*)$}{export $1="$2"\n};
}
}
sub install_to_hosts {
my($self, @args) = @_;
die "You must list one or more target hostnames\n" unless @args;
$self->install_to_host($_) foreach @args;
}
sub install_to_host {
my($self, $host) = @_;
$self->install_bin_directory($host);
$self->install_bcvi_script($host);
$self->install_plugins($host);
$self->install_remote_aliases($host);
}
sub install_bin_directory {
my($self, $host) = @_;
if(system("ssh $host test -d ./bin") != 0) {
print "Creating ~/bin directory on $host\n";
system("ssh $host mkdir ./bin") == 0
or die "** mkdir failed on $host";
}
}
sub install_bcvi_script {
my($self, $host) = @_;
print "Copying bcvi to remote bin directory on $host\n";
my $output = `scp $0 $host:bin/bcvi 2>&1`;
if($? != 0) {
die "** failed to copy bcvi to remote bin directory on $host\n"
. $output;
}
}
sub install_plugins {
my($self, $host) = @_;
return unless @installables;
if(system("ssh $host test -d ./.config/bcvi") != 0) {
print "Creating plugins directory on $host\n";
system("ssh $host mkdir -p ./.config/bcvi") == 0
or die "** mkdir failed on $host";
}
print "Copying plugin files to $host\n";
my $output = `scp @installables $host:.config/bcvi 2>&1`;
if($? != 0) {
die "** failed to copy bcvi to remote plugins directory on $host\n"
. $output;
}
}
sub install_remote_aliases {
my($self, $host) = @_;
system("ssh $host bin/bcvi --add-aliases") == 0
or die "** failed to install aliases on $host";
}
sub add_aliases {
my($self) = @_;
my $bcvi_commands = $self->shell_aliases();
$self->update_existing_aliases($bcvi_commands)
or $self->aliases_initial_install($bcvi_commands);
}
sub update_existing_aliases {
my($self, $bcvi_commands) = @_;
foreach my $file ( $self->candidate_rc_files() ) {
my($script) = $self->read_file($file) or next;
if(index($script, $bcvi_commands) > -1) {
print "Found bcvi commands in $file\n";
return 1;
}
if($script =~ s{^## START-BCVI.*^## END-BCVI\r?\n}{$bcvi_commands}sm) {
open my $fh, '>', $file or die "open($file): $!";
print $fh $script;
close($fh);
print "Updated bcvi commands in $file\n";
return 1;
}
if($script =~ m{^[^#]*\bbcvi\b}m) {
print "Adhoc bcvi commands found in $file\n"
. "*** Manual update may be required. ***\n"
. "*** Consider deleting commands and re-adding. ***\n";
return 1;
}
}
return; # No existing aliases found
}
sub aliases_initial_install {
my($self, $bcvi_commands) = @_;
my $target = $self->preferred_rc_file();
open my $fh, '>>', $target or die "open(>>$target): $!";
print $fh "\n$bcvi_commands\n";
close($fh);
print "Added bcvi commands to $target\n";
}
sub candidate_rc_files {
my($self) = @_;
my $home = $self->home_directory();
return(
"$home/.bashrc_local",
"$home/.bashrc",
"$home/.bash_profile_local",
"$home/.bash_profile",
"$home/.profile",
"$home/.common-configs/bashrc",
);
}
sub preferred_rc_file {
my($self) = @_;
# Add to .bashrc_local if it is referenced from .bashrc
my $home = $self->home_directory();
my $bashrc = "$home/.bashrc";
my $bashrc_local = "$home/.bashrc_local";
my $script = $self->read_file($bashrc) || '';
return $script =~ m{/[.]bashrc_local\b}
? $bashrc_local
: $bashrc;
}
##############################################################################
# The App::BCVI::Server class implements the server ('listener') side of the
# BCVI protocol. You can use inheritance to customise the behaviour of this
# class.
##############################################################################
package App::BCVI::Server;
BEGIN { @App::BCVI::Server::ISA = qw( App::BCVI ); }
use Digest::MD5 qw(md5_hex);
use Errno qw();
sub start_listener {
my($self) = @_;
$self->kill_current_listener();
$self->save_pid();
$self->generate_auth_key();
$self->create_listener_socket();
$self->accept_loop();
die "bcvi listener accept loop terminated unexpectedly\n";
}
sub auth_key { shift->{auth_key}; }
sub client_sock { shift->{client}; }
sub request { shift->{request}; }
sub calling_host { shift->{request}->{host_alias}; }
sub kill_current_listener {
my($self) = @_;
my($pid) = $self->read_file($self->pid_file) or return;
foreach my $i (1..5) {
if(kill 0, $pid) {
kill($i > 2 ? 9 : 1, $pid);
}
elsif($!{ESRCH}) { # no such process
return;
}
elsif($!{EPERM}) { # pid file was probably stale
return;
}
sleep 1;
}
}
sub save_pid {
my($self) = @_;
my $pid_file = $self->pid_file;
open my $fh, '>', $pid_file or die "open(>$pid_file): $!";
print $fh "$$\n";
}
sub save_port {
my($self, $port) = @_;
my $port_file = $self->listener_port_filename;
open my $fh, '>', $port_file or die "open(>$port_file): $!";
print $fh "$port\n";
}
sub pid_file {
return File::Spec->catfile(shift->conf_directory(), 'listener_pid');
}
sub generate_auth_key {
my($self) = @_;
if($self->opt('reuse-auth')) {
$self->{auth_key} = $self->get_listener_auth_key();
$self->DEBUG("Reusing auth key: $self->{auth_key}");
return;
}
my $data = "$self" . $$ . time() . rand();
$self->{auth_key} = md5_hex($data);
$self->DEBUG("Generated new auth key: $self->{auth_key}");
my $auth_file = $self->auth_key_filename();
open my $fh, '>', $auth_file or die "open(>$auth_file): $!";
print $fh $self->{auth_key}, "\n";
}
sub create_listener_socket {
my($self) = @_;
my $port = $self->opt('port') || $self->default_port();
$self->save_port($port);
my $local_addr = $self->listen_address . ':' . $port;
$self->DEBUG("Starting listener on: $local_addr");
$self->{sock} = IO::Socket::INET->new(
LocalAddr => $local_addr,
ReuseAddr => 1,
Proto => 'tcp',
Listen => 5,
Blocking => 1,
) or die "Error creating listener for port '$local_addr': $!";
}
sub accept_loop {
my($self) = @_;
$SIG{CHLD} = 'IGNORE'; # let Perl reap the zombies
my $sock = $self->sock();
while(1) {
my $new = $sock->accept();
next if $!{EINTR};
$self->DEBUG("Accepted connection");
if(fork()) { # In parent
close $new;
}
else { # In child
close $sock;
$self->{sock} = $new;
$self->dispatch_request();
exit(0);
}
}
}
sub dispatch_request {
my($self) = @_;
$self->send_response(100);
my $req = $self->collect_headers();
$self->DEBUG("Calling host: " . $self->calling_host());
$self->validate_auth_key($req->{auth_key})
or $self->exit_response(900);
$self->DEBUG("Received command: $req->{command}");
my $method = $self->command_handler($req->{command})
or $self->exit_response(910);
$self->DEBUG("Dispatching to: $method");
$self->$method();
$self->send_response(200);
}
sub validate_auth_key {
my($self, $key) = @_;
return 1 if $key && $key eq $self->auth_key;
my $alias = $self->calling_host();
$self->DEBUG("Invalid Auth-Key in request from $alias");
return;
}
sub send_response {
my($self, $code) = @_;
my $message = $self->message_from_code($code) || 'Invalid response code';
$message = Encode::encode('utf8', $message);
$self->DEBUG("Sending response: $code $message");
$self->sock->write(qq{$code $message\x0A});
}
sub exit_response {
my($self, $code) = @_;
$self->send_response($code);
exit(0);
}
sub collect_headers {
my($self) = @_;
my $sock = $self->sock();
my $req = {};
while(my($line) = $sock->getline() || '') {
chomp($line);
last if $line eq '';
$line = Encode::decode('utf8', $line);
if(my($name, $value) = $line =~ m{^(\S+)\s*:\s*(.*)$}) {
$name =~ s/-/_/;
$req->{lc($name)} = $value;
}
}
$self->{request} = $req;
}
sub read_request_body {
my($self) = @_;
my $bytes = $self->request->{content_length};
my $sock = $self->sock();
my $buf = '';
while(my $count = $sock->read($buf, $bytes, length($buf))) {
$bytes -= $count;
last if $bytes < 1;
}
return $buf;
}
sub get_filenames {
my($self) = @_;
my @files = split /\x0a/, Encode::decode('utf8', $self->read_request_body());
$self->DEBUG("Filename: $_") foreach @files;
return @files;
}
sub execute_commands_pod {
my($self) = @_;
$self->send_response(300);
my $pod = $self->pod_class->command_detail();
$pod = Encode::encode('utf8', $pod);
$self->sock->write(
'Content-Type: text/pod' . $LF .
'Content-Length: ' . length($pod) . $LF .
$LF .
$pod
) or die "Error sending response body: $!";
}
sub execute_vi {
my($self) = @_;
my $alias = $self->calling_host();
my @files = map { "scp://$alias/$_" } $self->get_filenames();
system('gvim', '--', @files);
}
sub execute_viwait {
my($self) = @_;
my $alias = $self->calling_host();
my @files = map { "scp://$alias/$_" } $self->get_filenames();
system('gvim', '-f', '--', @files);
}
sub execute_scpd {
my($self) = @_;
my $dest = File::Spec->catdir($self->home_directory(), 'Desktop');
my $alias = $self->calling_host();
my @files = map { "$alias:$_" } $self->get_filenames();
system('scp', '-q', '-r', '--', @files, $dest);
}
##############################################################################
# The App::BCVI::POD class implements POD extraction and formatting on
# platforms where POD::Text is available.
##############################################################################
package App::BCVI::POD;
use Pod::Text;
my $pod_skeleton;
sub init {
my($class) = @_;
$pod_skeleton = do {
local($/) = undef;
<DATA>;
};
close(DATA);
}
sub full_pod {
my($class, $app) = @_;
my $commands_pod;
if($app && $app->can('commands_pod')) {
$commands_pod = $app->commands_pod();
}
$commands_pod ||= $class->command_detail();
my $plugins_pod = $class->plugins_pod($app);
my $pager = $class->pager();
my $pod = $pod_skeleton;
$pod =~ s{^=for BCVI_OPTIONS_SUMMARY\s*\n}{ $class->option_summary()}me;
$pod =~ s{^=for BCVI_OPTIONS\s*\n}{ $class->option_detail() }me;
$pod =~ s{^=for BCVI_COMMANDS\s*\n}{ $commands_pod }me;
$pod =~ s{^=for BCVI_PLUGINS\s*\n}{ $plugins_pod }me;
if(Pod::Text->isa('Pod::Simple')) {
my $parser = Pod::Text->new (sentence => 1, width => 78);
$parser->output_fh($pager);
$parser->parse_string_document($pod);
}
else {
open my $pod_fh, '<', \$pod or die "open(\$pod): $!";
my $parser = Pod::Text->new (sentence => 1, width => 78);
$parser->parse_from_filehandle($pod_fh, $pager);
}
}
sub synopsis {
my($class) = @_;
my $pod = $pod_skeleton;
$pod =~ s{\A.*?^=head1 SYNOPSIS\s*?\n}{Usage:}ms;
$pod =~ s{^=.*\z}{}ms;
$pod .= $class->option_summary();
print $pod;
}
sub option_summary {
my($class) = @_;
my $w = 12;
my @lines;
App::BCVI->base_class->each_option(sub {
my($o) = @_;
my $short = "--$o->{name}";
$short .= "|-$o->{alias}" if $o->{alias};
$short .= " $o->{arg_name}" if $o->{arg_name};
push @lines, [ $short, $o->{summary} ];
$w = length($short) if length($short) > $w;
});
return join('', map { sprintf(" %-*s %s\n", $w, @$_) } @lines) . "\n";
}
sub option_detail {
my($class) = @_;
my @lines = "=over 4\n";
App::BCVI->base_class->each_option(sub {
my($o) = @_;
my $pod = "\n=item B<--$o->{name}>";
$pod .= " (alias: -$o->{alias})" if $o->{alias};
$pod .= " $o->{arg_name}" if $o->{arg_name};
$pod .= "\n\n$o->{description}\n";
push @lines, $pod;
});
push @lines, "\n=back\n\n";
return join '', @lines;
}
sub command_detail {
my($class) = @_;
my @lines = "=over 4\n";
App::BCVI->base_class->each_command(sub {
my($c) = @_;
my $pod = "\n=item B<$c->{name}>";
$pod .= "\n\n$c->{description}\n";
push @lines, $pod;
});
push @lines, "\n=back\n\n";
return join '', @lines;
}
sub plugins_pod {
my($class, $app) = @_;
if(my @plugin_list = $app->list_plugins()) {
my $s = @plugin_list == 1 ? '' : 's';
return join("\n\n",
"You have the following plugin$s installed:",
@plugin_list,
"Use C<< bcvi --plugin-help plugin-name >> for detailed info.",
) . "\n\n";
}
return "You have no plugins installed.\n\n";
}
sub extract_title {
my($class, $path) = @_;
open my $fh, '<', $path or return;
my $name_section = 0;
while(<$fh>) {
chomp;
if(/^=head1\s+NAME$/) {
$name_section++;
}
elsif($name_section and /\S/) {
s{^.+?\s-\s}{};
return $_;
}
}
return;
}
sub show_plugin_help {
my($class, $path) = @_;
my $pager = $class->pager();
if(Pod::Text->isa('Pod::Simple')) {
my $parser = Pod::Text->new (sentence => 1, width => 78);
$parser->output_fh($pager);
$parser->parse_file($path);
}
else {
open my $pod_fh, '<', $path or die "open($path): $!";
my $parser = Pod::Text->new (sentence => 1, width => 78);
$parser->parse_from_filehandle($pod_fh, $pager);
}
}
sub pager {
my @commands = $ENV{PAGER} ? ( $ENV{PAGER} ) : qw(pager less more);
foreach my $file (@commands) {
foreach my $dir ( File::Spec->path() ) {
my $exe_path = File::Spec->catfile($dir, $file);
if(-x $exe_path) {
open my $fh, '|-', $exe_path or next;
return $fh;
}
}
}
return \*STDOUT;
}
1;
__DATA__
=head1 NAME
bcvi - Back-channel vi, a shell utility to proxy commands back over ssh
=head1 SYNOPSIS
bcvi [options] [<files>]
Options:
=for BCVI_OPTIONS_SUMMARY
=head1 DESCRIPTION
This utility works with SSH to allow commands issued on the SSH server host to
be 'proxied' back to the SSH client host. For example:
=over 4
=item *
user F<sally> establishes an SSH connection from her workstation to a server
named F<pluto> and runs the command C<bcvi .bashrc>
=item *
bcvi tunnels the details back to sally's workstation which then invokes the
command C<gvim scp://pluto//home/sally/.bashrc>
=item *
the result is that sally gets a responsive GUI editor running on her local
machine, but editing a file on the remote machine
=back
See C<< perldoc App::BCVI >> for more examples and background information.
=head1 OPTIONS
=for BCVI_OPTIONS
=head1 COMMANDS
The following commands can be passed back to the listener process.
=for BCVI_COMMANDS
=head1 USING BCVI
You'll need to start a listener process on your workstation (perhaps from
your window manager session startup).
bcvi -l &
To install the bcvi client to a remote machine:
bcvi --install <hostname>
To ssh to a server with tunnelling enabled:
bcvi --wrap-ssh -- hostname
To enable bcvi on all ssh connections:
alias ssh="bcvi --wrap-ssh --"
On a target server, you'll need to unpack the overloaded TERM variable:
test -n "$(which bcvi)" && eval "$(bcvi --unpack-term)"
To use vi over the back-channel:
bcvi filename
The installation to a remote server should set up aliases, e.g.:
test -n "${BCVI_CONF}" && alias vi="bcvi"
test -n "${BCVI_CONF}" && alias bcp="bcvi -c scpd"
=head1 PLUGINS
=for BCVI_PLUGINS
=head1 COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2007-2012 Grant McLean E<lt>grantm@cpan.orgE<gt>
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the same terms as Perl itself.
=cut
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