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#ifndef PUTTY_PUTTY_H
#define PUTTY_PUTTY_H
#include <stddef.h> /* for wchar_t */
/*
* Global variables. Most modules declare these `extern', but
* window.c will do `#define PUTTY_DO_GLOBALS' before including this
* module, and so will get them properly defined.
*/
#ifndef GLOBAL
#ifdef PUTTY_DO_GLOBALS
#define GLOBAL
#else
#define GLOBAL extern
#endif
#endif
#ifndef DONE_TYPEDEFS
#define DONE_TYPEDEFS
typedef struct config_tag Config;
typedef struct backend_tag Backend;
typedef struct terminal_tag Terminal;
#endif
#include "puttyps.h"
#include "network.h"
#include "misc.h"
/*
* Fingerprints of the PGP master keys that can be used to establish a trust
* path between an executable and other files.
*/
#define PGP_RSA_MASTER_KEY_FP \
"8F 15 97 DA 25 30 AB 0D 88 D1 92 54 11 CF 0C 4C"
#define PGP_DSA_MASTER_KEY_FP \
"313C 3E76 4B74 C2C5 F2AE 83A8 4F5E 6DF5 6A93 B34E"
/* Three attribute types:
* The ATTRs (normal attributes) are stored with the characters in
* the main display arrays
*
* The TATTRs (temporary attributes) are generated on the fly, they
* can overlap with characters but not with normal attributes.
*
* The LATTRs (line attributes) are an entirely disjoint space of
* flags.
*
* The DATTRs (display attributes) are internal to terminal.c (but
* defined here because their values have to match the others
* here); they reuse the TATTR_* space but are always masked off
* before sending to the front end.
*
* ATTR_INVALID is an illegal colour combination.
*/
#define TATTR_ACTCURS 0x40000000UL /* active cursor (block) */
#define TATTR_PASCURS 0x20000000UL /* passive cursor (box) */
#define TATTR_RIGHTCURS 0x10000000UL /* cursor-on-RHS */
#define TATTR_COMBINING 0x80000000UL /* combining characters */
#define DATTR_STARTRUN 0x80000000UL /* start of redraw run */
#define TDATTR_MASK 0xF0000000UL
#define TATTR_MASK (TDATTR_MASK)
#define DATTR_MASK (TDATTR_MASK)
#define LATTR_NORM 0x00000000UL
#define LATTR_WIDE 0x00000001UL
#define LATTR_TOP 0x00000002UL
#define LATTR_BOT 0x00000003UL
#define LATTR_MODE 0x00000003UL
#define LATTR_WRAPPED 0x00000010UL /* this line wraps to next */
#define LATTR_WRAPPED2 0x00000020UL /* with WRAPPED: CJK wide character
wrapped to next line, so last
single-width cell is empty */
#define ATTR_INVALID 0x03FFFFU
/* Like Linux use the F000 page for direct to font. */
#define CSET_OEMCP 0x0000F000UL /* OEM Codepage DTF */
#define CSET_ACP 0x0000F100UL /* Ansi Codepage DTF */
/* These are internal use overlapping with the UTF-16 surrogates */
#define CSET_ASCII 0x0000D800UL /* normal ASCII charset ESC ( B */
#define CSET_LINEDRW 0x0000D900UL /* line drawing charset ESC ( 0 */
#define CSET_SCOACS 0x0000DA00UL /* SCO Alternate charset */
#define CSET_GBCHR 0x0000DB00UL /* UK variant charset ESC ( A */
#define CSET_MASK 0xFFFFFF00UL /* Character set mask */
#define DIRECT_CHAR(c) ((c&0xFFFFFC00)==0xD800)
#define DIRECT_FONT(c) ((c&0xFFFFFE00)==0xF000)
#define UCSERR (CSET_LINEDRW|'a') /* UCS Format error character. */
/*
* UCSWIDE is a special value used in the terminal data to signify
* the character cell containing the right-hand half of a CJK wide
* character. We use 0xDFFF because it's part of the surrogate
* range and hence won't be used for anything else (it's impossible
* to input it via UTF-8 because our UTF-8 decoder correctly
* rejects surrogates).
*/
#define UCSWIDE 0xDFFF
#define ATTR_NARROW 0x800000U
#define ATTR_WIDE 0x400000U
#define ATTR_BOLD 0x040000U
#define ATTR_UNDER 0x080000U
#define ATTR_REVERSE 0x100000U
#define ATTR_BLINK 0x200000U
#define ATTR_FGMASK 0x0001FFU
#define ATTR_BGMASK 0x03FE00U
#define ATTR_COLOURS 0x03FFFFU
#define ATTR_FGSHIFT 0
#define ATTR_BGSHIFT 9
/*
* The definitive list of colour numbers stored in terminal
* attribute words is kept here. It is:
*
* - 0-7 are ANSI colours (KRGYBMCW).
* - 8-15 are the bold versions of those colours.
* - 16-255 are the remains of the xterm 256-colour mode (a
* 216-colour cube with R at most significant and B at least,
* followed by a uniform series of grey shades running between
* black and white but not including either on grounds of
* redundancy).
* - 256 is default foreground
* - 257 is default bold foreground
* - 258 is default background
* - 259 is default bold background
* - 260 is cursor foreground
* - 261 is cursor background
*/
#define ATTR_DEFFG (256 << ATTR_FGSHIFT)
#define ATTR_DEFBG (258 << ATTR_BGSHIFT)
#define ATTR_DEFAULT (ATTR_DEFFG | ATTR_DEFBG)
struct sesslist {
int nsessions;
char **sessions;
char *buffer; /* so memory can be freed later */
};
struct unicode_data {
char **uni_tbl;
int dbcs_screenfont;
int font_codepage;
int line_codepage;
wchar_t unitab_scoacs[256];
wchar_t unitab_line[256];
wchar_t unitab_font[256];
wchar_t unitab_xterm[256];
wchar_t unitab_oemcp[256];
unsigned char unitab_ctrl[256];
};
#define LGXF_OVR 1 /* existing logfile overwrite */
#define LGXF_APN 0 /* existing logfile append */
#define LGXF_ASK -1 /* existing logfile ask */
#define LGTYP_NONE 0 /* logmode: no logging */
#define LGTYP_ASCII 1 /* logmode: pure ascii */
#define LGTYP_DEBUG 2 /* logmode: all chars of traffic */
#define LGTYP_PACKETS 3 /* logmode: SSH data packets */
#define LGTYP_SSHRAW 4 /* logmode: SSH raw data */
typedef enum {
/* Actual special commands. Originally Telnet, but some codes have
* been re-used for similar specials in other protocols. */
TS_AYT, TS_BRK, TS_SYNCH, TS_EC, TS_EL, TS_GA, TS_NOP, TS_ABORT,
TS_AO, TS_IP, TS_SUSP, TS_EOR, TS_EOF, TS_LECHO, TS_RECHO, TS_PING,
TS_EOL,
/* Special command for SSH. */
TS_REKEY,
/* POSIX-style signals. (not Telnet) */
TS_SIGABRT, TS_SIGALRM, TS_SIGFPE, TS_SIGHUP, TS_SIGILL,
TS_SIGINT, TS_SIGKILL, TS_SIGPIPE, TS_SIGQUIT, TS_SIGSEGV,
TS_SIGTERM, TS_SIGUSR1, TS_SIGUSR2,
/* Pseudo-specials used for constructing the specials menu. */
TS_SEP, /* Separator */
TS_SUBMENU, /* Start a new submenu with specified name */
TS_EXITMENU /* Exit current submenu or end of specials */
} Telnet_Special;
struct telnet_special {
const char *name;
int code;
};
typedef enum {
MBT_NOTHING,
MBT_LEFT, MBT_MIDDLE, MBT_RIGHT, /* `raw' button designations */
MBT_SELECT, MBT_EXTEND, MBT_PASTE, /* `cooked' button designations */
MBT_WHEEL_UP, MBT_WHEEL_DOWN /* mouse wheel */
} Mouse_Button;
typedef enum {
MA_NOTHING, MA_CLICK, MA_2CLK, MA_3CLK, MA_DRAG, MA_RELEASE
} Mouse_Action;
/* Keyboard modifiers -- keys the user is actually holding down */
#define PKM_SHIFT 0x01
#define PKM_CONTROL 0x02
#define PKM_META 0x04
#define PKM_ALT 0x08
/* Keyboard flags that aren't really modifiers */
#define PKF_CAPSLOCK 0x10
#define PKF_NUMLOCK 0x20
#define PKF_REPEAT 0x40
/* Stand-alone keysyms for function keys */
typedef enum {
PK_NULL, /* No symbol for this key */
/* Main keypad keys */
PK_ESCAPE, PK_TAB, PK_BACKSPACE, PK_RETURN, PK_COMPOSE,
/* Editing keys */
PK_HOME, PK_INSERT, PK_DELETE, PK_END, PK_PAGEUP, PK_PAGEDOWN,
/* Cursor keys */
PK_UP, PK_DOWN, PK_RIGHT, PK_LEFT, PK_REST,
/* Numeric keypad */ /* Real one looks like: */
PK_PF1, PK_PF2, PK_PF3, PK_PF4, /* PF1 PF2 PF3 PF4 */
PK_KPCOMMA, PK_KPMINUS, PK_KPDECIMAL, /* 7 8 9 - */
PK_KP0, PK_KP1, PK_KP2, PK_KP3, PK_KP4, /* 4 5 6 , */
PK_KP5, PK_KP6, PK_KP7, PK_KP8, PK_KP9, /* 1 2 3 en- */
PK_KPBIGPLUS, PK_KPENTER, /* 0 . ter */
/* Top row */
PK_F1, PK_F2, PK_F3, PK_F4, PK_F5,
PK_F6, PK_F7, PK_F8, PK_F9, PK_F10,
PK_F11, PK_F12, PK_F13, PK_F14, PK_F15,
PK_F16, PK_F17, PK_F18, PK_F19, PK_F20,
PK_PAUSE
} Key_Sym;
#define PK_ISEDITING(k) ((k) >= PK_HOME && (k) <= PK_PAGEDOWN)
#define PK_ISCURSOR(k) ((k) >= PK_UP && (k) <= PK_REST)
#define PK_ISKEYPAD(k) ((k) >= PK_PF1 && (k) <= PK_KPENTER)
#define PK_ISFKEY(k) ((k) >= PK_F1 && (k) <= PK_F20)
enum {
VT_XWINDOWS, VT_OEMANSI, VT_OEMONLY, VT_POORMAN, VT_UNICODE
};
enum {
/*
* SSH-2 key exchange algorithms
*/
KEX_WARN,
KEX_DHGROUP1,
KEX_DHGROUP14,
KEX_DHGEX,
KEX_RSA,
KEX_MAX
};
enum {
/*
* SSH ciphers (both SSH-1 and SSH-2)
*/
CIPHER_WARN, /* pseudo 'cipher' */
CIPHER_3DES,
CIPHER_BLOWFISH,
CIPHER_AES, /* (SSH-2 only) */
CIPHER_DES,
CIPHER_ARCFOUR,
CIPHER_MAX /* no. ciphers (inc warn) */
};
enum {
/*
* Several different bits of the PuTTY configuration seem to be
* three-way settings whose values are `always yes', `always
* no', and `decide by some more complex automated means'. This
* is true of line discipline options (local echo and line
* editing), proxy DNS, Close On Exit, and SSH server bug
* workarounds. Accordingly I supply a single enum here to deal
* with them all.
*/
FORCE_ON, FORCE_OFF, AUTO
};
enum {
/*
* Proxy types.
*/
PROXY_NONE, PROXY_SOCKS4, PROXY_SOCKS5,
PROXY_HTTP, PROXY_TELNET, PROXY_CMD
};
enum {
/*
* Line discipline options which the backend might try to control.
*/
LD_EDIT, /* local line editing */
LD_ECHO /* local echo */
};
enum {
/* Actions on remote window title query */
TITLE_NONE, TITLE_EMPTY, TITLE_REAL
};
enum {
/* Protocol back ends. (cfg.protocol) */
PROT_RAW, PROT_TELNET, PROT_RLOGIN, PROT_SSH,
/* PROT_SERIAL is supported on a subset of platforms, but it doesn't
* hurt to define it globally. */
PROT_SERIAL, PROT_ADB
};
enum {
/* Bell settings (cfg.beep) */
BELL_DISABLED, BELL_DEFAULT, BELL_VISUAL, BELL_WAVEFILE, BELL_PCSPEAKER
};
enum {
/* Taskbar flashing indication on bell (cfg.beep_ind) */
B_IND_DISABLED, B_IND_FLASH, B_IND_STEADY
};
enum {
/* Resize actions (cfg.resize_action) */
RESIZE_TERM, RESIZE_DISABLED, RESIZE_FONT, RESIZE_EITHER
};
enum {
/* Function key types (cfg.funky_type) */
FUNKY_TILDE,
FUNKY_LINUX,
FUNKY_XTERM,
FUNKY_VT400,
FUNKY_VT100P,
FUNKY_SCO
};
enum {
FQ_DEFAULT, FQ_ANTIALIASED, FQ_NONANTIALIASED, FQ_CLEARTYPE
};
enum {
SER_PAR_NONE, SER_PAR_ODD, SER_PAR_EVEN, SER_PAR_MARK, SER_PAR_SPACE
};
enum {
SER_FLOW_NONE, SER_FLOW_XONXOFF, SER_FLOW_RTSCTS, SER_FLOW_DSRDTR
};
/*
* Tables of string <-> enum value mappings used in settings.c.
* Defined here so that backends can export their GSS library tables
* to the cross-platform settings code.
*/
struct keyval { char *s; int v; };
#ifndef NO_GSSAPI
extern const int ngsslibs;
extern const char *const gsslibnames[];/* for displaying in configuration */
extern const struct keyval gsslibkeywords[]; /* for storing by settings.c */
#endif
extern const char *const ttymodes[];
enum {
/*
* Network address types. Used for specifying choice of IPv4/v6
* in config; also used in proxy.c to indicate whether a given
* host name has already been resolved or will be resolved at
* the proxy end.
*/
ADDRTYPE_UNSPEC, ADDRTYPE_IPV4, ADDRTYPE_IPV6, ADDRTYPE_NAME
};
struct backend_tag {
const char *(*init) (void *frontend_handle, void **backend_handle,
Config *cfg,
char *host, int port, char **realhost, int nodelay,
int keepalive);
void (*free) (void *handle);
/* back->reconfig() passes in a replacement configuration. */
void (*reconfig) (void *handle, Config *cfg);
/* back->send() returns the current amount of buffered data. */
int (*send) (void *handle, char *buf, int len);
/* back->sendbuffer() does the same thing but without attempting a send */
int (*sendbuffer) (void *handle);
void (*size) (void *handle, int width, int height);
void (*special) (void *handle, Telnet_Special code);
const struct telnet_special *(*get_specials) (void *handle);
int (*connected) (void *handle);
int (*exitcode) (void *handle);
/* If back->sendok() returns FALSE, data sent to it from the frontend
* may be lost. */
int (*sendok) (void *handle);
int (*ldisc) (void *handle, int);
void (*provide_ldisc) (void *handle, void *ldisc);
void (*provide_logctx) (void *handle, void *logctx);
/*
* back->unthrottle() tells the back end that the front end
* buffer is clearing.
*/
void (*unthrottle) (void *handle, int);
int (*cfg_info) (void *handle);
char *name;
int protocol;
int default_port;
};
extern Backend *backends[];
/*
* Suggested default protocol provided by the backend link module.
* The application is free to ignore this.
*/
extern const int be_default_protocol;
/*
* Name of this particular application, for use in the config box
* and other pieces of text.
*/
extern const char *const appname;
/*
* IMPORTANT POLICY POINT: everything in this structure which wants
* to be treated like an integer must be an actual, honest-to-
* goodness `int'. No enum-typed variables. This is because parts
* of the code will want to pass around `int *' pointers to them
* and we can't run the risk of porting to some system on which the
* enum comes out as a different size from int.
*/
struct config_tag {
/* Basic options */
char host[512];
int port;
int protocol;
int addressfamily;
int close_on_exit;
int warn_on_close;
int ping_interval; /* in seconds */
int tcp_nodelay;
int tcp_keepalives;
char loghost[512]; /* logical host being contacted, for host key check */
/* Proxy options */
char proxy_exclude_list[512];
int proxy_dns;
int even_proxy_localhost;
int proxy_type;
char proxy_host[512];
int proxy_port;
char proxy_username[128];
char proxy_password[128];
char proxy_telnet_command[512];
/* SSH options */
char remote_cmd[512];
char *remote_cmd_ptr; /* might point to a larger command
* but never for loading/saving */
char *remote_cmd_ptr2; /* might point to a larger command
* but never for loading/saving */
int nopty;
int compression;
int ssh_kexlist[KEX_MAX];
int ssh_rekey_time; /* in minutes */
char ssh_rekey_data[16];
int tryagent;
int agentfwd;
int change_username; /* allow username switching in SSH-2 */
int ssh_cipherlist[CIPHER_MAX];
Filename keyfile;
int sshprot; /* use v1 or v2 when both available */
int ssh2_des_cbc; /* "des-cbc" unrecommended SSH-2 cipher */
int ssh_no_userauth; /* bypass "ssh-userauth" (SSH-2 only) */
int try_tis_auth;
int try_ki_auth;
int try_gssapi_auth; /* attempt gssapi auth */
int gssapifwd; /* forward tgt via gss */
int ssh_gsslist[4]; /* preference order for local GSS libs */
Filename ssh_gss_custom;
int ssh_subsys; /* run a subsystem rather than a command */
int ssh_subsys2; /* fallback to go with remote_cmd_ptr2 */
int ssh_no_shell; /* avoid running a shell */
char ssh_nc_host[512]; /* host to connect to in `nc' mode */
int ssh_nc_port; /* port to connect to in `nc' mode */
/* Telnet options */
char termtype[32];
char termspeed[32];
char ttymodes[768]; /* MODE\tVvalue\0MODE\tA\0\0 */
char environmt[1024]; /* VAR\tvalue\0VAR\tvalue\0\0 */
char username[100];
int username_from_env;
char localusername[100];
int rfc_environ;
int passive_telnet;
/* Serial port options */
char serline[256];
int serspeed;
int serdatabits, serstopbits;
int serparity;
int serflow;
/* Keyboard options */
int bksp_is_delete;
int rxvt_homeend;
int funky_type;
int no_applic_c; /* totally disable app cursor keys */
int no_applic_k; /* totally disable app keypad */
int no_mouse_rep; /* totally disable mouse reporting */
int no_remote_resize; /* disable remote resizing */
int no_alt_screen; /* disable alternate screen */
int no_remote_wintitle; /* disable remote retitling */
int no_dbackspace; /* disable destructive backspace */
int no_remote_charset; /* disable remote charset config */
int remote_qtitle_action; /* remote win title query action */
int app_cursor;
int app_keypad;
int nethack_keypad;
int telnet_keyboard;
int telnet_newline;
int alt_f4; /* is it special? */
int alt_space; /* is it special? */
int alt_only; /* is it special? */
int localecho;
int localedit;
int alwaysontop;
int fullscreenonaltenter;
int scroll_on_key;
int scroll_on_disp;
int erase_to_scrollback;
int compose_key;
int ctrlaltkeys;
char wintitle[256]; /* initial window title */
/* Terminal options */
int savelines;
int dec_om;
int wrap_mode;
int lfhascr;
int cursor_type; /* 0=block 1=underline 2=vertical */
int blink_cur;
int beep;
int beep_ind;
int bellovl; /* bell overload protection active? */
int bellovl_n; /* number of bells to cause overload */
int bellovl_t; /* time interval for overload (seconds) */
int bellovl_s; /* period of silence to re-enable bell (s) */
Filename bell_wavefile;
int scrollbar;
int scrollbar_in_fullscreen;
int resize_action;
int bce;
int blinktext;
int win_name_always;
int width, height;
FontSpec font;
int font_quality;
Filename logfilename;
int logtype;
int logxfovr;
int logflush;
int logomitpass;
int logomitdata;
int hide_mouseptr;
int sunken_edge;
int window_border;
char answerback[256];
char printer[128];
int arabicshaping;
int bidi;
/* Colour options */
int ansi_colour;
int xterm_256_colour;
int system_colour;
int try_palette;
int bold_colour;
unsigned char colours[22][3];
/* Selection options */
int mouse_is_xterm;
int rect_select;
int rawcnp;
int rtf_paste;
int mouse_override;
short wordness[256];
/* translations */
int vtmode;
char line_codepage[128];
int cjk_ambig_wide;
int utf8_override;
int xlat_capslockcyr;
/* X11 forwarding */
int x11_forward;
char x11_display[128];
int x11_auth;
Filename xauthfile;
/* port forwarding */
int lport_acceptall; /* accept conns from hosts other than localhost */
int rport_acceptall; /* same for remote forwarded ports (SSH-2 only) */
/*
* The port forwarding string contains a number of
* NUL-terminated substrings, terminated in turn by an empty
* string (i.e. a second NUL immediately after the previous
* one). Each string can be of one of the following forms:
*
* [LR]localport\thost:port
* [LR]localaddr:localport\thost:port
* Dlocalport
* Dlocaladdr:localport
*/
char portfwd[1024];
/* SSH bug compatibility modes */
int sshbug_ignore1, sshbug_plainpw1, sshbug_rsa1,
sshbug_hmac2, sshbug_derivekey2, sshbug_rsapad2,
sshbug_pksessid2, sshbug_rekey2, sshbug_maxpkt2,
sshbug_ignore2;
/*
* ssh_simple means that we promise never to open any channel other
* than the main one, which means it can safely use a very large
* window in SSH-2.
*/
int ssh_simple;
/* Options for pterm. Should split out into platform-dependent part. */
int stamp_utmp;
int login_shell;
int scrollbar_on_left;
int shadowbold;
FontSpec boldfont;
FontSpec widefont;
FontSpec wideboldfont;
int shadowboldoffset;
int crhaslf;
};
/*
* Some global flags denoting the type of application.
*
* FLAG_VERBOSE is set when the user requests verbose details.
*
* FLAG_STDERR is set in command-line applications (which have a
* functioning stderr that it makes sense to write to) and not in
* GUI applications (which don't).
*
* FLAG_INTERACTIVE is set when a full interactive shell session is
* being run, _either_ because no remote command has been provided
* _or_ because the application is GUI and can't run non-
* interactively.
*
* These flags describe the type of _application_ - they wouldn't
* vary between individual sessions - and so it's OK to have this
* variable be GLOBAL.
*
* Note that additional flags may be defined in platform-specific
* headers. It's probably best if those ones start from 0x1000, to
* avoid collision.
*/
#define FLAG_VERBOSE 0x0001
#define FLAG_STDERR 0x0002
#define FLAG_INTERACTIVE 0x0004
GLOBAL int flags;
/*
* Likewise, these two variables are set up when the application
* initialises, and inform all default-settings accesses after
* that.
*/
GLOBAL int default_protocol;
GLOBAL int default_port;
/*
* This is set TRUE by cmdline.c iff a session is loaded with "-load".
*/
GLOBAL int loaded_session;
struct RSAKey; /* be a little careful of scope */
/*
* Mechanism for getting text strings such as usernames and passwords
* from the front-end.
* The fields are mostly modelled after SSH's keyboard-interactive auth.
* FIXME We should probably mandate a character set/encoding (probably UTF-8).
*
* Since many of the pieces of text involved may be chosen by the server,
* the caller must take care to ensure that the server can't spoof locally-
* generated prompts such as key passphrase prompts. Some ground rules:
* - If the front-end needs to truncate a string, it should lop off the
* end.
* - The front-end should filter out any dangerous characters and
* generally not trust the strings. (But \n is required to behave
* vaguely sensibly, at least in `instruction', and ideally in
* `prompt[]' too.)
*/
typedef struct {
char *prompt;
int echo;
char *result; /* allocated/freed by caller */
size_t result_len;
} prompt_t;
typedef struct {
/*
* Indicates whether the information entered is to be used locally
* (for instance a key passphrase prompt), or is destined for the wire.
* This is a hint only; the front-end is at liberty not to use this
* information (so the caller should ensure that the supplied text is
* sufficient).
*/
int to_server;
char *name; /* Short description, perhaps for dialog box title */
int name_reqd; /* Display of `name' required or optional? */
char *instruction; /* Long description, maybe with embedded newlines */
int instr_reqd; /* Display of `instruction' required or optional? */
size_t n_prompts; /* May be zero (in which case display the foregoing,
* if any, and return success) */
prompt_t **prompts;
void *frontend;
void *data; /* slot for housekeeping data, managed by
* get_userpass_input(); initially NULL */
} prompts_t;
prompts_t *new_prompts(void *frontend);
void add_prompt(prompts_t *p, char *promptstr, int echo, size_t len);
/* Burn the evidence. (Assumes _all_ strings want free()ing.) */
void free_prompts(prompts_t *p);
/*
* Exports from the front end.
*/
void request_resize(void *frontend, int, int);
void do_text(Context, int, int, wchar_t *, int, unsigned long, int);
void do_cursor(Context, int, int, wchar_t *, int, unsigned long, int);
int char_width(Context ctx, int uc);
#ifdef OPTIMISE_SCROLL
void do_scroll(Context, int, int, int);
#endif
void set_title(void *frontend, char *);
void set_icon(void *frontend, char *);
void set_sbar(void *frontend, int, int, int);
Context get_ctx(void *frontend);
void free_ctx(Context);
void palette_set(void *frontend, int, int, int, int);
void palette_reset(void *frontend);
void write_aclip(void *frontend, char *, int, int);
void write_clip(void *frontend, wchar_t *, int *, int, int);
void get_clip(void *frontend, wchar_t **, int *);
void optimised_move(void *frontend, int, int, int);
void set_raw_mouse_mode(void *frontend, int);
void connection_fatal(void *frontend, char *, ...);
void fatalbox(char *, ...);
void modalfatalbox(char *, ...);
#ifdef macintosh
#pragma noreturn(fatalbox)
#pragma noreturn(modalfatalbox)
#endif
void do_beep(void *frontend, int);
void begin_session(void *frontend);
void sys_cursor(void *frontend, int x, int y);
void request_paste(void *frontend);
void frontend_keypress(void *frontend);
void ldisc_update(void *frontend, int echo, int edit);
/* It's the backend's responsibility to invoke this at the start of a
* connection, if necessary; it can also invoke it later if the set of
* special commands changes. It does not need to invoke it at session
* shutdown. */
void update_specials_menu(void *frontend);
int from_backend(void *frontend, int is_stderr, const char *data, int len);
int from_backend_untrusted(void *frontend, const char *data, int len);
void notify_remote_exit(void *frontend);
/* Get a sensible value for a tty mode. NULL return = don't set.
* Otherwise, returned value should be freed by caller. */
char *get_ttymode(void *frontend, const char *mode);
/*
* >0 = `got all results, carry on'
* 0 = `user cancelled' (FIXME distinguish "give up entirely" and "next auth"?)
* <0 = `please call back later with more in/inlen'
*/
int get_userpass_input(prompts_t *p, unsigned char *in, int inlen);
#define OPTIMISE_IS_SCROLL 1
void set_iconic(void *frontend, int iconic);
void move_window(void *frontend, int x, int y);
void set_zorder(void *frontend, int top);
void refresh_window(void *frontend);
void set_zoomed(void *frontend, int zoomed);
int is_iconic(void *frontend);
void get_window_pos(void *frontend, int *x, int *y);
void get_window_pixels(void *frontend, int *x, int *y);
char *get_window_title(void *frontend, int icon);
/* Hint from backend to frontend about time-consuming operations.
* Initial state is assumed to be BUSY_NOT. */
enum {
BUSY_NOT, /* Not busy, all user interaction OK */
BUSY_WAITING, /* Waiting for something; local event loops still running
so some local interaction (e.g. menus) OK, but network
stuff is suspended */
BUSY_CPU /* Locally busy (e.g. crypto); user interaction suspended */
};
void set_busy_status(void *frontend, int status);
void cleanup_exit(int);
/*
* Exports from noise.c.
*/
void noise_get_heavy(void (*func) (void *, int));
void noise_get_light(void (*func) (void *, int));
void noise_regular(void);
void noise_ultralight(unsigned long data);
void random_save_seed(void);
void random_destroy_seed(void);
/*
* Exports from settings.c.
*/
Backend *backend_from_name(const char *name);
Backend *backend_from_proto(int proto);
int get_remote_username(Config *cfg, char *user, size_t len);
char *save_settings(char *section, Config * cfg);
void save_open_settings(void *sesskey, Config *cfg);
void load_settings(char *section, Config * cfg);
void load_open_settings(void *sesskey, Config *cfg);
void get_sesslist(struct sesslist *, int allocate);
void do_defaults(char *, Config *);
void registry_cleanup(void);
/*
* Functions used by settings.c to provide platform-specific
* default settings.
*
* (The integer one is expected to return `def' if it has no clear
* opinion of its own. This is because there's no integer value
* which I can reliably set aside to indicate `nil'. The string
* function is perfectly all right returning NULL, of course. The
* Filename and FontSpec functions are _not allowed_ to fail to
* return, since these defaults _must_ be per-platform.)
*/
char *platform_default_s(const char *name);
int platform_default_i(const char *name, int def);
Filename platform_default_filename(const char *name);
FontSpec platform_default_fontspec(const char *name);
/*
* Exports from terminal.c.
*/
Terminal *term_init(Config *, struct unicode_data *, void *);
void term_free(Terminal *);
void term_size(Terminal *, int, int, int);
void term_paint(Terminal *, Context, int, int, int, int, int);
void term_scroll(Terminal *, int, int);
void term_scroll_to_selection(Terminal *, int);
void term_pwron(Terminal *, int);
void term_clrsb(Terminal *);
void term_mouse(Terminal *, Mouse_Button, Mouse_Button, Mouse_Action,
int,int,int,int,int);
void term_key(Terminal *, Key_Sym, wchar_t *, size_t, unsigned int,
unsigned int);
void term_deselect(Terminal *);
void term_update(Terminal *);
void term_invalidate(Terminal *);
void term_blink(Terminal *, int set_cursor);
void term_do_paste(Terminal *);
int term_paste_pending(Terminal *);
void term_paste(Terminal *);
void term_nopaste(Terminal *);
int term_ldisc(Terminal *, int option);
void term_copyall(Terminal *);
void term_reconfig(Terminal *, Config *);
void term_seen_key_event(Terminal *);
int term_data(Terminal *, int is_stderr, const char *data, int len);
int term_data_untrusted(Terminal *, const char *data, int len);
void term_provide_resize_fn(Terminal *term,
void (*resize_fn)(void *, int, int),
void *resize_ctx);
void term_provide_logctx(Terminal *term, void *logctx);
void term_set_focus(Terminal *term, int has_focus);
char *term_get_ttymode(Terminal *term, const char *mode);
int term_get_userpass_input(Terminal *term, prompts_t *p,
unsigned char *in, int inlen);
int format_arrow_key(char *buf, Terminal *term, int xkey, int ctrl);
/*
* Exports from logging.c.
*/
void *log_init(void *frontend, Config *cfg);
void log_free(void *logctx);
void log_reconfig(void *logctx, Config *cfg);
void logfopen(void *logctx);
void logfclose(void *logctx);
void logtraffic(void *logctx, unsigned char c, int logmode);
void logflush(void *logctx);
void log_eventlog(void *logctx, const char *string);
enum { PKT_INCOMING, PKT_OUTGOING };
enum { PKTLOG_EMIT, PKTLOG_BLANK, PKTLOG_OMIT };
struct logblank_t {
int offset;
int len;
int type;
};
void log_packet(void *logctx, int direction, int type,
char *texttype, const void *data, int len,
int n_blanks, const struct logblank_t *blanks,
const unsigned long *sequence);
/*
* Exports from testback.c
*/
extern Backend null_backend;
extern Backend loop_backend;
/*
* Exports from raw.c.
*/
extern Backend raw_backend;
/*
* Exports from adb.c.
*/
extern Backend adb_backend;
/*
* Exports from rlogin.c.
*/
extern Backend rlogin_backend;
/*
* Exports from telnet.c.
*/
extern Backend telnet_backend;
/*
* Exports from ssh.c.
*/
extern Backend ssh_backend;
/*
* Exports from ldisc.c.
*/
void *ldisc_create(Config *, Terminal *, Backend *, void *, void *);
void ldisc_free(void *);
void ldisc_send(void *handle, char *buf, int len, int interactive);
/*
* Exports from ldiscucs.c.
*/
void lpage_send(void *, int codepage, char *buf, int len, int interactive);
void luni_send(void *, wchar_t * widebuf, int len, int interactive);
/*
* Exports from sshrand.c.
*/
void random_add_noise(void *noise, int length);
int random_byte(void);
void random_get_savedata(void **data, int *len);
extern int random_active;
/* The random number subsystem is activated if at least one other entity
* within the program expresses an interest in it. So each SSH session
* calls random_ref on startup and random_unref on shutdown. */
void random_ref(void);
void random_unref(void);
/*
* Exports from pinger.c.
*/
typedef struct pinger_tag *Pinger;
Pinger pinger_new(Config *cfg, Backend *back, void *backhandle);
void pinger_reconfig(Pinger, Config *oldcfg, Config *newcfg);
void pinger_free(Pinger);
/*
* Exports from misc.c.
*/
#include "misc.h"
int cfg_launchable(const Config *cfg);
char const *cfg_dest(const Config *cfg);
/*
* Exports from sercfg.c.
*/
void ser_setup_config_box(struct controlbox *b, int midsession,
int parity_mask, int flow_mask);
/*
* Exports from version.c.
*/
extern char ver[];
/*
* Exports from unicode.c.
*/
#ifndef CP_UTF8
#define CP_UTF8 65001
#endif
/* void init_ucs(void); -- this is now in platform-specific headers */
int is_dbcs_leadbyte(int codepage, char byte);
int mb_to_wc(int codepage, int flags, char *mbstr, int mblen,
wchar_t *wcstr, int wclen);
int wc_to_mb(int codepage, int flags, wchar_t *wcstr, int wclen,
char *mbstr, int mblen, char *defchr, int *defused,
struct unicode_data *ucsdata);
wchar_t xlat_uskbd2cyrllic(int ch);
int check_compose(int first, int second);
int decode_codepage(char *cp_name);
const char *cp_enumerate (int index);
const char *cp_name(int codepage);
void get_unitab(int codepage, wchar_t * unitab, int ftype);
/*
* Exports from wcwidth.c
*/
int mk_wcwidth(wchar_t ucs);
int mk_wcswidth(const wchar_t *pwcs, size_t n);
int mk_wcwidth_cjk(wchar_t ucs);
int mk_wcswidth_cjk(const wchar_t *pwcs, size_t n);
/*
* Exports from mscrypto.c
*/
#ifdef MSCRYPTOAPI
int crypto_startup();
void crypto_wrapup();
#endif
/*
* Exports from pageantc.c.
*
* agent_query returns 1 for here's-a-response, and 0 for query-in-
* progress. In the latter case there will be a call to `callback'
* at some future point, passing callback_ctx as the first
* parameter and the actual reply data as the second and third.
*
* The response may be a NULL pointer (in either of the synchronous
* or asynchronous cases), which indicates failure to receive a
* response.
*/
int agent_query(void *in, int inlen, void **out, int *outlen,
void (*callback)(void *, void *, int), void *callback_ctx);
int agent_exists(void);
/*
* Exports from wildcard.c
*/
const char *wc_error(int value);
int wc_match(const char *wildcard, const char *target);
int wc_unescape(char *output, const char *wildcard);
/*
* Exports from frontend (windlg.c etc)
*/
void logevent(void *frontend, const char *);
void pgp_fingerprints(void);
/*
* verify_ssh_host_key() can return one of three values:
*
* - +1 means `key was OK' (either already known or the user just
* approved it) `so continue with the connection'
*
* - 0 means `key was not OK, abandon the connection'
*
* - -1 means `I've initiated enquiries, please wait to be called
* back via the provided function with a result that's either 0
* or +1'.
*/
int verify_ssh_host_key(void *frontend, char *host, int port, char *keytype,
char *keystr, char *fingerprint,
void (*callback)(void *ctx, int result), void *ctx);
/*
* askalg has the same set of return values as verify_ssh_host_key.
*/
int askalg(void *frontend, const char *algtype, const char *algname,
void (*callback)(void *ctx, int result), void *ctx);
/*
* askappend can return four values:
*
* - 2 means overwrite the log file
* - 1 means append to the log file
* - 0 means cancel logging for this session
* - -1 means please wait.
*/
int askappend(void *frontend, Filename filename,
void (*callback)(void *ctx, int result), void *ctx);
/*
* Exports from console frontends (wincons.c, uxcons.c)
* that aren't equivalents to things in windlg.c et al.
*/
extern int console_batch_mode;
int console_get_userpass_input(prompts_t *p, unsigned char *in, int inlen);
void console_provide_logctx(void *logctx);
int is_interactive(void);
/*
* Exports from printing.c.
*/
typedef struct printer_enum_tag printer_enum;
typedef struct printer_job_tag printer_job;
printer_enum *printer_start_enum(int *nprinters);
char *printer_get_name(printer_enum *, int);
void printer_finish_enum(printer_enum *);
printer_job *printer_start_job(char *printer);
void printer_job_data(printer_job *, void *, int);
void printer_finish_job(printer_job *);
/*
* Exports from cmdline.c (and also cmdline_error(), which is
* defined differently in various places and required _by_
* cmdline.c).
*/
int cmdline_process_param(char *, char *, int, Config *);
void cmdline_run_saved(Config *);
void cmdline_cleanup(void);
int cmdline_get_passwd_input(prompts_t *p, unsigned char *in, int inlen);
#define TOOLTYPE_FILETRANSFER 1
#define TOOLTYPE_NONNETWORK 2
extern int cmdline_tooltype;
void cmdline_error(char *, ...);
/*
* Exports from config.c.
*/
struct controlbox;
void setup_config_box(struct controlbox *b, int midsession,
int protocol, int protcfginfo);
/*
* Exports from minibidi.c.
*/
typedef struct bidi_char {
wchar_t origwc, wc;
unsigned short index;
} bidi_char;
int do_bidi(bidi_char *line, int count);
int do_shape(bidi_char *line, bidi_char *to, int count);
int is_rtl(int c);
/*
* X11 auth mechanisms we know about.
*/
enum {
X11_NO_AUTH,
X11_MIT, /* MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1 */
X11_XDM, /* XDM-AUTHORIZATION-1 */
X11_NAUTHS
};
extern const char *const x11_authnames[]; /* declared in x11fwd.c */
/*
* Miscellaneous exports from the platform-specific code.
*/
Filename filename_from_str(const char *string);
const char *filename_to_str(const Filename *fn);
int filename_equal(Filename f1, Filename f2);
int filename_is_null(Filename fn);
char *get_username(void); /* return value needs freeing */
char *get_random_data(int bytes); /* used in cmdgen.c */
/*
* Exports and imports from timing.c.
*
* schedule_timer() asks the front end to schedule a callback to a
* timer function in a given number of ticks. The returned value is
* the time (in ticks since an arbitrary offset) at which the
* callback can be expected. This value will also be passed as the
* `now' parameter to the callback function. Hence, you can (for
* example) schedule an event at a particular time by calling
* schedule_timer() and storing the return value in your context
* structure as the time when that event is due. The first time a
* callback function gives you that value or more as `now', you do
* the thing.
*
* expire_timer_context() drops all current timers associated with
* a given value of ctx (for when you're about to free ctx).
*
* run_timers() is called from the front end when it has reason to
* think some timers have reached their moment, or when it simply
* needs to know how long to wait next. We pass it the time we
* think it is. It returns TRUE and places the time when the next
* timer needs to go off in `next', or alternatively it returns
* FALSE if there are no timers at all pending.
*
* timer_change_notify() must be supplied by the front end; it
* notifies the front end that a new timer has been added to the
* list which is sooner than any existing ones. It provides the
* time when that timer needs to go off.
*
* *** FRONT END IMPLEMENTORS NOTE:
*
* There's an important subtlety in the front-end implementation of
* the timer interface. When a front end is given a `next' value,
* either returned from run_timers() or via timer_change_notify(),
* it should ensure that it really passes _that value_ as the `now'
* parameter to its next run_timers call. It should _not_ simply
* call GETTICKCOUNT() to get the `now' parameter when invoking
* run_timers().
*
* The reason for this is that an OS's system clock might not agree
* exactly with the timing mechanisms it supplies to wait for a
* given interval. I'll illustrate this by the simple example of
* Unix Plink, which uses timeouts to select() in a way which for
* these purposes can simply be considered to be a wait() function.
* Suppose, for the sake of argument, that this wait() function
* tends to return early by 1%. Then a possible sequence of actions
* is:
*
* - run_timers() tells the front end that the next timer firing
* is 10000ms from now.
* - Front end calls wait(10000ms), but according to
* GETTICKCOUNT() it has only waited for 9900ms.
* - Front end calls run_timers() again, passing time T-100ms as
* `now'.
* - run_timers() does nothing, and says the next timer firing is
* still 100ms from now.
* - Front end calls wait(100ms), which only waits for 99ms.
* - Front end calls run_timers() yet again, passing time T-1ms.
* - run_timers() says there's still 1ms to wait.
* - Front end calls wait(1ms).
*
* If you're _lucky_ at this point, wait(1ms) will actually wait
* for 1ms and you'll only have woken the program up three times.
* If you're unlucky, wait(1ms) might do nothing at all due to
* being below some minimum threshold, and you might find your
* program spends the whole of the last millisecond tight-looping
* between wait() and run_timers().
*
* Instead, what you should do is to _save_ the precise `next'
* value provided by run_timers() or via timer_change_notify(), and
* use that precise value as the input to the next run_timers()
* call. So:
*
* - run_timers() tells the front end that the next timer firing
* is at time T, 10000ms from now.
* - Front end calls wait(10000ms).
* - Front end then immediately calls run_timers() and passes it
* time T, without stopping to check GETTICKCOUNT() at all.
*
* This guarantees that the program wakes up only as many times as
* there are actual timer actions to be taken, and that the timing
* mechanism will never send it into a tight loop.
*
* (It does also mean that the timer action in the above example
* will occur 100ms early, but this is not generally critical. And
* the hypothetical 1% error in wait() will be partially corrected
* for anyway when, _after_ run_timers() returns, you call
* GETTICKCOUNT() and compare the result with the returned `next'
* value to find out how long you have to make your next wait().)
*/
typedef void (*timer_fn_t)(void *ctx, long now);
long schedule_timer(int ticks, timer_fn_t fn, void *ctx);
void expire_timer_context(void *ctx);
int run_timers(long now, long *next);
void timer_change_notify(long next);
#endif
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