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* Copyright (C) 2011 The Android Open Source Project
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
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#include <stddef.h>
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
// Try to open a new Qemu fast-pipe. This function returns a file descriptor
// that can be used to communicate with a named service managed by the
// emulator.
// This file descriptor can be used as a standard pipe/socket descriptor.
// 'pipeName' is the name of the emulator service you want to connect to,
// and should begin with 'pipe:' (e.g. 'pipe:camera' or 'pipe:opengles').
// For backward compatibility, the 'pipe:' prefix can be omitted, and in
// that case, qemu_pipe_open will add it for you.
// On success, return a valid file descriptor, or -1/errno on failure. E.g.:
// EINVAL -> unknown/unsupported pipeName
// ENOSYS -> fast pipes not available in this system.
// ENOSYS should never happen, except if you're trying to run within a
// misconfigured emulator.
// You should be able to open several pipes to the same pipe service,
// except for a few special cases (e.g. GSM modem), where EBUSY will be
// returned if more than one client tries to connect to it.
int qemu_pipe_open(const char* pipeName);
// Send a framed message |buff| of |len| bytes through the |fd| descriptor.
// This really adds a 4-hexchar prefix describing the payload size.
// Returns 0 on success, and -1 on error.
int qemu_pipe_frame_send(int fd, const void* buff, size_t len);
// Read a frame message from |fd|, and store it into |buff| of |len| bytes.
// If the framed message is larger than |len|, then this returns -1 and the
// content is lost. Otherwise, this returns the size of the message. NOTE:
// empty messages are possible in a framed wire protocol and do not mean
// end-of-stream.
int qemu_pipe_frame_recv(int fd, void* buff, size_t len);
#ifdef __cplusplus