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# p7utils authors
Thomas "Cakeisalie5" is the man behind these utilities.

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GNU General Public License
==========================
_Version 2, June 1991_
_Copyright © 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc.,_
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#!/usr/bin/make -f
#******************************************************************************#
# Include variables and message subsystem #
#******************************************************************************#
include Makefile.vars Makefile.msg
#******************************************************************************#
# General targets #
#******************************************************************************#
# Make it all
all: all-bins all-doc
# Mostly clean
mostlyclean: mostlyclean-bins
mclean: mostlyclean
# Clean it all
clean: clean-bins clean-doc
fclean: clean
# Clean it entirely
mrproper: clean
$(call rmsg,Removing configuration.)
$(call rcmd,Makefile.cfg,$(RM) Makefile.cfg)
# Remake it all
re: clean all
# Install it all
install: install-bins install-doc
# Uninstall it all
uninstall: uninstall-bins uninstall-doc
# Reinstall it all
reinstall: uninstall install
.PHONY: all mostlyclean mclean clean fclean mrproper re
.PHONY: install uninstall reinstall
#******************************************************************************#
# Configuration (version) checking dependencies #
#******************************************************************************#
# Define the dependencies.
CHECKCFG := $(if $(shell test -f Makefile.cfg || echo y),check-config, \
$(if $(shell [ "$(VERSION)" = "$(CONFIG_VERSION)" ] || echo y), \
check-config-version))
# Define the rules.
check-config:
@printf "\033[1;31mNo configuration file found!\n"
@printf "You should configure before re-running this target.\033[0m\n"
@false
check-config-version:
@printf "\033[1;31mConfiguration version is incorrect!\n"
@printf "You should re-configure before re-running this target.\033[0m\n"
@false
.PHONY: check-config check-config-version
#******************************************************************************#
# Information getting from the Makefile variables #
#******************************************************************************#
# Get the project name.
getname:
@echo "$(NAME)"
# Get the project version.
getversion:
@echo "$(VERSION)"
# Get the project author.
getauthor:
@echo "$(AUTHOR_NAME) <$(AUTHOR_MAIL)>"
getauthor_name:
@echo "$(AUTHOR_NAME)"
.PHONY: getname getauthor getauthor_name getversion
#******************************************************************************#
# Binaries-specific targets #
#******************************************************************************#
# Make the binaries.
all-bins: $(CHECKCFG) $(BINARIES:%=%$(if $(FOR_WINDOWS),.exe))
# Make a binary object directory.
$(BINARIES:%=$(OBJDIR)/%):
$(call bcmd,mkdir,$@,$(MD) $@)
# Make an object out of a C source file.
define make-binaryobj-rule
$(OBJDIR)/$1/%.o: $(SRCDIR)/$1/%.c | $(OBJDIR)/$1
$(call bcmd,cc,$$@,$(CC) -c -o $$@ $$< $(CFLAGS))
endef
$(foreach bin,$(BINARIES),\
$(eval $(call make-binaryobj-rule,$(bin))))
# Make a binary
define make-binary-rule
$1$(if $(FOR_WINDOWS),.exe): $(SRC_$1:%=$(OBJDIR)/$1/%.o) | $(OBJDIR)/$1
$(call bcmd,ld,$$@,$(LD) -o $$@ $$^ $(LDFLAGS))
endef
$(foreach bin,$(BINARIES),\
$(eval $(call make-binary-rule,$(bin))))
# Remove object files.
mostlyclean-bins:
$(call rmsg,Removing objects directory.)
$(call qcmd,$(RM) -r $(OBJDIR))
mclean-bins: mostlyclean-bins
# Clean and remove binaries.
clean-bins: mostlyclean-bins
$(call rmsg,Removing binaries.)
$(call qcmd,$(RM) $(BINARIES:%=%*))
# Install binaries
install-bins: all-bins
$(call imsg,Installing binaries.)
$(call qcmd,$(INSTALL) -m 755 -d "$(IBINDIR)")
$(call qcmd,$(INSTALL) -m 755 -t "$(IBINDIR)" \
$(BINARIES:%=%$(if $(FOR_WINDOWS),.exe)))
# Uninstall binaries
uninstall-bins: $(CHECKCFG)
$(call rmsg,Uninstalling binaries.)
$(call qcmd,$(RM) $(BINARIES) $(BINARIES:%=%.exe))
.PHONY: all-bins mostlyclean-bins mclean-bins clean-bins re-bins
.PHONY: install-bins uninstall-bins
#******************************************************************************#
# Documentation-related #
#******************************************************************************#
# Make all manpages
all-doc: $(foreach s,$(MAN_SECTIONS), $(MAN_$(s):%=$(MANDIR)/man$(s)/%.$(s)))
# Make manpages directories
$(MAN_SECTIONS:%=$(MANDIR)/man%):
$(call bcmd,mkdir,$@,$(MD) $@)
# Make-A-Manpage
define make-manpage-rule
$(MANDIR)/man$1/%.$1: $(DOCDIR)/%.$1.txt | $(MANDIR)/man$1
$(call bcmd,a2x,$$<,$(A2X) -f manpage -D $$| $$< 2>/dev/null)
endef
$(foreach section, $(MAN_SECTIONS), \
$(eval $(call make-manpage-rule,$(section))))
# Remove all manpages
clean-doc:
$(call rmsg,Removing manpages directory.)
$(call rcmd,$(MANDIR),$(RM) -r $(MANDIR))
# Remake all manpages
re-doc: clean-doc all-doc
# Install a manpage section.
define make-installmansection-rule
install-doc-$1: $(MAN_$1:%=$(MANDIR)/man$1/%.$1)
$(call imsg,Installing manpages section $1.)
$(call qcmd,$(INST) -m 755 -d "$(IMANDIR)/man$1")
$(foreach i,$(MAN_$1),$(call icmd,man$1/$(i).$1))
$(call qcmd,$(INST) -m 644 -t "$(IMANDIR)/man$1" \
$(MAN_$1:%=$(MANDIR)/man$1/%.$1))
$(call qcmd,$(GZIP) $(MAN_$1:%="$(IMANDIR)/man$1/%.$1"))
endef
$(foreach section, $(MAN_SECTIONS), \
$(eval $(call make-installmansection-rule,$(section))))
# Install manpages
install-doc: $(CHECKCFG) $(if $(INSTALL_MANPAGES),\
$(MAN_SECTIONS:%=install-doc-%))
# Uninstall manpages
uninstall-doc: $(CHECKCFG)
$(call rmsg,Removing manpages.)
$(call qcmd,$(RM) $(foreach s,$(MAN_SECTIONS),\
$(patsubst %,"$(IMANDIR)"/man$(s)/%.$(s)*,$(MAN_$(s)))))
.PHONY: all-doc clean-doc re-doc install-doc uninstall-doc
.PHONY: $(MAN_SECTIONS:%=install-doc-%)
# End of file.

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#!/usr/bin/make -f
# The Makefile message subsystem.
# For nice logs. 5 dollars per log only.
#******************************************************************************#
# Colors and misc #
#******************************************************************************#
# Used colors ANSI modifiers escape codes
color_green := 32
color_red := 31
color_yellow := 33
# Newline - comes handy in some situations
define \n
endef
#******************************************************************************#
# General messages #
#******************************************************************************#
# Command message - display basic info about the command, and run it.
define cmd
@$(if $(MAKE_FULL_LOG),,printf "\033[1;""$4""m>\033[0m \033[1m%s\033[0m %s\n" "$1" "$2";)
$(if $(MAKE_FULL_LOG),,@)$3
endef
# Quiet command - make it non-quiet if full log is enabled.
define qcmd
$(if $(MAKE_FULL_LOG),,@)$1
endef
# Normal message - display it.
define msg
$(if $(MAKE_FULL_LOG),,@printf "\033[1;""$2""m>\033[0m \033[1m%s\033[0m\n" "$1")
endef
#******************************************************************************#
# Commands #
#******************************************************************************#
# Build command
define bcmd
$(call cmd,$1,$2,$3,$(color_green))
endef
#******************************************************************************#
# Messages #
#******************************************************************************#
# Remove message
define rmsg
$(call msg,$1,$(color_red))
endef
# Install message
define imsg
$(call msg,$1,$(color_yellow))
endef
# End of file

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#!/usr/bin/make -f
#******************************************************************************#
# Include configuration #
#******************************************************************************#
-include Makefile.cfg
# Correct target and adapt
TARGET := $(if $(TARGET),$(TARGET)-)
FOR_WINDOWS := $(if $(findstring mingw,$(TARGET)),y)
#******************************************************************************#
# Project main information #
#******************************************************************************#
# Project name.
NAME := p7utils
# Required packages
LIBS := libp7 sdl
# Author information.
AUTHOR_NAME := Thomas \"Cakeisalie5\" Touhey
AUTHOR_MAIL := thomas@touhey.fr
# Project license.
LICENSE := GPLv2
# Project version.
MAJOR := 2
MINOR := 0
INDEV := yes
# Project version string.
VERSION := $(MAJOR).$(MINOR)$(if $(INDEV),-indev)
#******************************************************************************#
# Project directories #
#******************************************************************************#
# Sources directory
SRCDIR := ./src
# Objects directory
OBJDIR := ./obj
# Manpages sources directory
DOCDIR := ./doc
# Manpages directory
MANDIR := ./man
#******************************************************************************#
# Binary utilities #
#******************************************************************************#
# Package configuration
PKGCONFIG := $(TARGET)pkg-config
# C Compiler
CC := $(TARGET)gcc
# - Check flags (enable warnings)
CWARN := -Wall -Wextra
# - More flags (profiling, ...)
#CMOREFLAGS :=
# - All C Compiler flags
CFLAGS := $(CWARN) -std=gnu11 -fPIC -O2 \
-D LICENSE="$(LICENSE)" -D VERSION="$(VERSION)" \
-D AUTHOR="$(AUTHOR_NAME) <$(AUTHOR_MAIL)>" \
-D DEFAULT_STORAGE="$(DEFAULT_STORAGE)" \
-D DEFAULT_ZOOM="$(DEFAULT_ZOOM)" \
$(shell $(PKGCONFIG) --cflags $(LIBS) 2>/dev/null) \
$(CMOREFLAGS)
# Linker
LD := $(TARGET)gcc
# - Specific linker flags
LDFLAGS_Linux := -Wl,-z,relro
# - Linker flags
LDFLAGS := $(shell $(PKGCONFIG) --libs $(LIBS) 2>/dev/null) \
$(if $(FOR_WINDOWS),,$(LDFLAGS_Linux))
# Directory maker
MD := mkdir -p
# File remover
RM := rm -f
# Installer
INSTALL := install
# Asciidoc
A2X := a2x
#******************************************************************************#
# Binaries and sources #
#******************************************************************************#
# Look for binaries
BINARIES := $(notdir $(shell find $(SRCDIR) -mindepth 1 -maxdepth 1 \
-type d | sort))
# Look for their sources
define get-binary-sources
SRC_$1 := $(basename $(shell find $(SRCDIR)/$1 \
-maxdepth 1 -mindepth 1 -type f -name "*.c" -printf "%P\n" | sort))
endef
$(foreach bin,$(BINARIES), \
$(eval $(call get-binary-sources,$(bin))))
#******************************************************************************#
# Look for manpages #
#******************************************************************************#
# Get the manpages sections and contents
MAN_SECTIONS :=
define check-man
MAN_SECTIONS += $1
MAN_$1 += $2
endef
$(foreach doc, $(basename $(shell find $(DOCDIR) \
-maxdepth 1 -mindepth 1 -printf "%P\n" -type f -or -type l -name "*.*.txt")), \
$(eval $(call check-man,$(patsubst .%,%,$(suffix $(doc))),$(basename $(doc)))))
# Remove duplicate sections.
MAN_SECTIONS := $(sort $(MAN_SECTIONS))
#******************************************************************************#
# Check for DESTDIR (add as prefix to installation root) #
#******************************************************************************#
define add-dest-dir
$1 = $(DESTDIR)$($1)
endef
$(if $(DESTDIR), $(foreach idir,IBINDIR IMANDIR, \
$(eval $(call add-dest-dir,$(idir)))))

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# p7utils - Shell utilities for libp7
## Introduction
**p7utils** is a set of command-line utilities that allow you to interact with
your calculator. `p7` will interact with the storage memories, `p7screen` will
display the result of the screen streaming and `p7os` will play with the
calculator's OS (backup, flash).
## Prerequisites
### Making-only dependencies
| Name | Version |
| -------------------------------------------------- | -------- |
| [gcc](https://gcc.gnu.org/) | >= 4.9 |
| [binutils](https://www.gnu.org/software/binutils/) | >= 2.25 |
| [asciidoc](http://asciidoc.org/) | >= 8.6.9 |
| [gzip](https://www.gnu.org/software/gzip/) | >= 1.6 |
### Making and runtime dependencies
| Name | Version |
| -------------------------------------------------- | --------- |
| [libp7](https://forge.touhey.fr/lib/p7/) | >= 1.5 |
| [libsdl](https://libsdl.org/) | == 1.2.15 |
## Building
Just `./configure` then `make`. To install, use `make install`.
Make the manpages with `make all-doc` and install them with `make install-doc`.
Other useful targets :
- `clean`, `fclean`, `clean-doc`: remove built files ;
- `re`, `re-doc`: regenerate binary and/or manpages.

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#!/bin/sh
cd "$(dirname "$0")"
#******************************************************************************#
# Defaults #
#******************************************************************************#
# Project variables
name="$(make -s getname)"
version="$(make -s getversion)"
# Author
author="$(make -s getauthor)"
author_name="$(make -s getauthor_name)"
# Target
target=""
# Make options
make_full_log=
# Build options
default_zoom=8
default_storage=fls0
# Installation directories
root=''
prefix='${root}/usr'
bindir='${prefix}/bin'
mandir='${prefix}/share/man'
# Installation options
install_manpages=yes
#******************************************************************************#
# Help message #
#******************************************************************************#
usage() {
cat <<EOF
\`configure\` configures ${name} to adapt to systems that aren't mine.
Usage: $0 [OPTIONS]
Defaults for the options are specified in brackets.
General options:
--help display this help and exit
--version display version information and quit
--make-full-log display full commands while making
Build options:
--target=TARGET the build target [$target]
--default-zoom=ZOOM the default zoom for \`p7screen\` [$default_zoom]
--default-storage=STOR the default storage device [$default_storage]
Installation options:
--noinstall-manpages do not install manpages
Installation directories:
--root=ROOT installation root [$root]
--prefix=PREFIX main installation prefix [$prefix]
Fine tuning of the installation directories:
--bindir=DIR user executables, not "dustbin" [$bindir]
--mandir=DIR man root [$mandir]
Report bugs to ${author}.
EOF
exit 0
}
#******************************************************************************#
# Version message #
#******************************************************************************#
version() {
cat <<EOF
${name} configure script v${version}
Hand-written by ${author_name}.
This configure script is free software.
There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
EOF
exit 0
}
#******************************************************************************#
# Check for help and version #
#******************************************************************************#
put_version=
put_help=
for arg ; do case "$arg" in
--help|-h) put_help=y ;;
--version|-v) put_version=y ;;
esac; done
[ $put_version ] && version
[ $put_help ] && usage
#******************************************************************************#
# Parse arguments #
#******************************************************************************#
for arg ; do case "$arg" in
--make-full-log) make_full_log=yes ;;
--target=*) target="${arg#*=}" ;;
--default-zoom=*)
zoom="${arg#*=}"
if ! [ $zoom -eq $zoom 2>/dev/null ]; then
echo "--default-zoom: a number is expected (got \"$zoom\")" >&2
elif [ $zoom -lt 1 ]; then
echo "--default-zoom: should be 1 or more (got $zoom)" >&2
elif [ $zoom -gt 16 ]; then
echo "--default-zoom: should be 16 or less (got $zoom)" >&2
else default_zoom=$zoom; fi ;;
--default-storage=*)
storage="${arg#*=}"
# check if 4 chars long
if [ ! $(echo "$storage" | wc -c ) -eq 5 ]; then
echo "$0: --default-storage: must be 4 characters long"
continue
fi
# then set
default_storage="$storage" ;;
--noinstall-manpages) install_manpages= ;;
--root=*) root="${arg#*=}" ;;
--prefix=*) prefix="${arg#*=}" ;;
--bindir=*) bindir="${arg#*=}" ;;
--mandir=*) mandir="${arg#*=}" ;;
*) echo "$arg: didn't read" ;;
esac; done
#******************************************************************************#
# Evaluate variables #
#******************************************************************************#
for var in prefix bindir mandir; do
eval $var'='$(eval 'echo $'$var)
done
#******************************************************************************#
# Create Makefile configuration #
#******************************************************************************#
exec 3>&1 1>Makefile.cfg
cat <<EOF
#!/usr/bin/make -f
#******************************************************************************#
# Makefile configuration generated by ./configure #
#******************************************************************************#
# Configuration version and messages configuration
CONFIG_VERSION := $version
MAKE_FULL_LOG := $make_full_log
# Build options
TARGET := $target
DEFAULT_ZOOM := $default_zoom
DEFAULT_STORAGE := $default_storage
# Installation directories
IBINDIR := $bindir
IMANDIR := $mandir
# Installation options
INSTALL_MANPAGES := $install_manpages
# End of file.
EOF
exec 1>&3 3>&-
chmod +x Makefile.cfg
#******************************************************************************#
# Finish #
#******************************************************************************#
echo "Configuration loaded, you can make now."
# End of file.

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P7(1)
=====
Thomas "Cakeisalie5" Touhey
:Email: thomas@touhey.fr
:man source: p7
:man manual: p7 manual
NAME
----
p7 - command-line utility to communicate with casio calculators
SYNOPSIS
--------
[source,bash]
----
p7 [-h|--help] [-v|--version] [<command> [<args>]]
----
DESCRIPTION
-----------
p7 is a command-line utility to communicate with machines using casio's
communication protocol 7.00, like (almost only, not gonna lie) CASIO
fx calculators. For now, it only implements file sending/getting functions
on flash memories.
Available submenus are:
*send [-f] [-o oncalc.ext] [-d oncalcdir] local.ext*::
Send a file to the calculator.
*get [-o local.ext] [-d oncalcdir] oncalc.ext*::
Get a file from calculator.
*copy [-d sourcedir] [-t destdir] source.ext dest.ext*::
Copies a file into another on the calculator.
*del [-d oncalcdir] oncalc.ext*::
Delete a file on the calculator.
*ls*::
List files on the calculator.
*optimize*::
Optimize the distant filesystem (defragment).
*info*::
Dumps information about the calculator.
OPTIONS
-------
Options start with one or two dashes. Some of the options require an additional
value next to them.
*-h, --help*::
Display command/subcommand help page and quit.
*-v, --version*::
Display version and quit.
*--device /dev/mydevice0*::
The device with which to interact, usually */dev/ttyUSBx*.
Will use the first device it finds by default.
*--storage abc0*::
The storage device with which to interact.
*--no-term, --no-exit*::
Do not terminate connection when action is completed.
*--no-start, --no-init*::
Do not initialize connection -- should only be used when
*--no-term*/*--no-exit* was used last time p7 was called.
*-d DIR, --directory=DIR*::
The on-calc directory to work in.
Default for this option is device root.
*-t DDIR, --to=DIR*::
The destination directory (for file copying/moving).
Default for this option is device root.
*-o OUT, --output=OUT*::
For the *get* subcommand, the local file path to store in the output (or
'-' for stdout). For the *send* subcommand, the distant filename. For the
two subcommands, default is adapted from the input parameter.
*-f, --force*::
For the *send* subcommand, force overwrite (default is interactive
confirmation from user).
*-#*::
Displays a nice little loading bar for *send* and *get* subcommands. If
command is *get* and output is stdout, loading bar won't be displayed.
SEE ALSO
--------
*libp7*(3)

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P7SCREEN(1)
===========
Thomas "Cakeisalie5" Touhey
:Email: thomas@touhey.fr
:man source: p7screen
:man manual: p7screen manual
NAME
----
p7screen - display streamed screen from casio fx calculator
SYNOPSIS
--------
[source,bash]
----
p7screen [-h|--help] [-v|--version]
----
DESCRIPTION
-----------
p7screen is a command-line utility to display streamed screen from casio fx
calculator, using its communication protocol 7.00 and screenstreaming mode.
OPTIONS
-------
Options start with one or two dashes. Some of the options require an additional
value next to them.
*-h, --help*::
Display help page and quit.
*-v, --version*::
Display version and quit.
*-z ZOOM, --zoom=ZOOM*::
Change the zoom (will change the window size too).
SEE ALSO
--------
*libp7*(3)

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/* ************************************************************************** */
/* _____ _ */
/* args.c |_ _|__ _ _| |__ ___ _ _ */
/* | Project : p7 | |/ _ \| | | | '_ \ / _ \ | | | */
/* | | (_) | |_| | | | | __/ |_| | */
/* By: thomas <thomas@touhey.fr> |_|\___/ \__,_|_| |_|\___|\__, |.fr */
/* Last updated: 2016/08/21 19:10:17 |___/ */
/* */
/* ************************************************************************** */
#include "main.h"
#include <getopt.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <unistd.h>
/* ************************************************************************** */
/* Help and version messages */
/* ************************************************************************** */
/* Version message */
static const char version_message[] =
"P7 v" QUOTE(VERSION) " (licensed under " QUOTE(LICENSE) ")\n"
"Made by " QUOTE(AUTHOR) " <" QUOTE(AUTHOR_MAIL) ">.\n"
"\n"
"This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.\n"
"There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or\n"
"FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.";
/* Main help message */
static const char help_main[] =
"Usage: p7 [--version|-v] [--help|-h] [--no-init] [--no-exit]\n"
" [--storage abc0] [--device /dev/omg0]\n"
" <subcommand> [options...]\n"
"\n"
"Subcommands you can use are:\n"
" send Send a file to the calculator.\n"
" get Get a file from the calculator.\n"
" copy Copy a file into another on the calculator.\n"
" del Delete a file on the calculator.\n"
" reset Reset the flash memory.\n"
" optimize Optimize the distant filesystem.\n"
" ls List files on the distant filesystem.\n"
" info Dump info about the calculator.\n"
"\n"
"General options:\n"
" -h, --help Display the help page of the (sub)command and quit.\n"
" -v, --version Display the version message and quit.\n"
" --device dev The calculator device (ttyUSBx).\n"
" By default, will use the first appropriate device found.\n"
" --storage abc0 The storage device with which to interact (fls0, crd0).\n"
" Default storage device is '" QUOTE(DEFAULT_STORAGE) "'.\n"
" --no-exit Does not terminate connection when action is completed.\n"
" --no-init Does not initialize connection (should only be used\n"
" when --no-exit was used last time p7 was called).\n"
"\n"
"Type \"p7 <subcommand> --help\" for some help about the subcommand.\n"
"Report bugs to " QUOTE(AUTHOR) " <" QUOTE(AUTHOR_MAIL) ">.";
/* Sending help message */
static const char help_send[] =
"Usage: p7 send [-f] [-o <on-calc filename>]\n"
" [-d <on-calc directory>] [-#] <local file>\n"
"Send a file to the calculator.\n"
"\n"
"Options are:\n"
" -f, --force Overwrite without asking\n"
" -o <name> The output filename on the calculator (by default, the same\n"
" as the local file)\n"
" -d <dir> The directory on-calc in which the file will be stored (by\n"
" default, the root directory)\n"
" -# Display a nice little loading bar\n"
"\n"
"Type \"p7 --help\" for other subcommands and general options.";
/* Getting help message */
static const char help_get[] =
"Usage: p7 get [-o <local file>]\n"
" [-d <on-calc directory>] <on-calc filename>\n"
"Request a file from the calculator.\n"
"\n"
"Options are:\n"
" -o <name> The output filename (by default, the same as the on-calc file)\n"
" -d <dir> The directory on-calc in which to get the file (by default,\n"
" the root directory)\n"
" -# Display a nice little loading bar (if output isn't stdout)\n"
"\n"
"Type \"p7 --help\" for other subcommands and general options.";
/* Copying help message */
static const char help_copy[] =
"Usage: p7 copy [-f] [-d <source directory]\n"
" [-t <destination directory>] <source file> <dest file>\n"
"Copies a file into the other on the calculator.\n"
"\n"
"Options are:\n"
" -d <srcdir> The source directory (by default, the root directory)\n"
" -t <dstdir> The dest. directory (by default, the root directory)\n"
"\n"
"Type \"p7 --help\" for other subcommands and general options.";
/* Deleting help message */
static const char help_del[] =
"Usage: p7 del [-d <on-calc directory] <on-calc filename>\n"
"Delete a file on the calculator.\n"
"\n"
"Options are:\n"
" -d <dir> The directory on-calc in which to remove the file (by default,\n"
" the root directory)\n"
"\n"
"Type \"p7 --help\" for other subcommands and general options.";
/* Listing help message */
static const char help_ls[] =
"Usage: p7 ls\n"
"List files on the distant filesystem.\n"
"\n"
"Type \"p7 --help\" for other subcommands and general options.";
/* Resetting help message */
static const char help_reset[] =
"Usage: p7 reset\n"
"Reset the distant filesystem.\n"
"\n"
"Type \"p7 --help\" for other subcommands and general options.";
/* Optimizing help message */
static const char help_optimize[] =
"Usage: p7 optimize\n"
"Optimize the distant filesystem.\n"
"\n"
"Type \"p7 --help\" for other subcommands and general options.";
/* Dumping help message */
static const char help_info[] =
"Usage: p7 info\n"
"Dump information about the calculator.\n"
"\n"
"Type \"p7 --help\" for other subcommands and general options.";
/* ************************************************************************** */
/* Main function */
/* ************************************************************************** */
/* useful macros */
#define sub_init(CMD, NARGS) \
args->menu = mn_##CMD; \
if (help || aac != 1 + (NARGS)) { \
puts(help_##CMD); \
return (0); \
}
/**
* parse_args:
* Args parsing main function.
*
* Was my very first experiment with getopt.
* Then I took an arrow in the knee.
*
* @arg ac the arguments count
* @arg av the arguments values
* @arg args the parsed args pointer
* @return if it was successfully parsed
*/
int parse_args(int ac, char **av, args_t *args)
{
/* initialize args */
*args = (args_t){
.menu = 0,
.nicedisp = 0,
.dirname = NULL, .filename = NULL,
.newdir = NULL, .newname = NULL,
.local = NULL, .force = 0,
.device = NULL,
.storage = QUOTE(DEFAULT_STORAGE),
.noinit = 0, .noexit = 0};
/* define options */
char short_options[] = "hvfo:d:t:#";
struct option long_options[] = {
{"help", no_argument, NULL, 'h'},
{"version", no_argument, NULL, 'v'},
{"device", required_argument, NULL, 'p'},
{"storage", required_argument, NULL, 's'},
{"force", no_argument, NULL, 'f'},
{"output", required_argument, NULL, 'o'},
{"directory", required_argument, NULL, 'd'},
{"to", required_argument, NULL, 't'},
{"no-init", no_argument, NULL, 'i'},
{"no-start", no_argument, NULL, 'i'},
{"no-exit", no_argument, NULL, 'e'},
{"no-term", no_argument, NULL, 'e'},
{NULL, 0, NULL, 0}
};
/* get all options */
int c; opterr = 0;
int help = 0;
const char *s_out = NULL, *s_dir = NULL, *s_todir = NULL;
while ((c = getopt_long(ac, av, short_options, long_options, NULL)) != -1) {
switch (c) {
/* help */
case 'h': help = 1; break;
/* version */
case 'v': puts(version_message); return (0); break;
/* force */
case 'f': args->force = 1; break;
/* nice display */
case '#': args->nicedisp = 1; break;
/* output file (on calc or local) */
case 'o': s_out = optarg; break;
/* directory name */
case 'd': s_dir = optarg; break;
/* destination directory name */
case 't': s_todir = optarg; break;
/* device */
case 'p': args->device = optarg; break;
/* storage */
case 's': args->storage = optarg; break;
/* force no initialization */
case 'i': args->noinit = 1; break;
/* force no exit */
case 'e': args->noexit = 1; break;
/* in case of error */
case '?':
if (optopt == 'o')
log("-o, --output: expected an argument\n");
else if (optopt == 'd')
log("-d, --directory: expected an argument\n");
else if (optopt == 't')
log("-t, --to: expected an argument\n");
else if (optopt == 'p')
log("--device: expected an argument\n");
else if (optopt == 's')
log("--storage: expected an argument\n");
else
break;
return (0);
break;
}
}
/* get non-option arguments (subcommand and parameters) */
int aac = ac - optind;
char **aav = &av[optind];
/* get subcommand and things to check */
char fpmode[2] = " ";
args->localpath = NULL;
/* - all subcommands - */
if (!aac || !strcmp(aav[0], "help")) {
puts(help_main);
return (0);
} else if (!strcmp(aav[0], "info")) {
sub_init(info, 0)
} else if (!strcmp(aav[0], "ls")) {
sub_init(ls, 0)
} else if (!strcmp(aav[0], "reset")) {
sub_init(reset, 0)
} else if (!strcmp(aav[0], "optimize")) {
sub_init(optimize, 0)
} else if (!strcmp(aav[0], "send")) {
sub_init(send, 1)
/* put arguments to check */
fpmode[0] = 'r';
args->localpath = aav[1];
args->dirname = s_dir ? s_dir : NULL;
if (s_out) args->filename = s_out;
else {
char *rs = strrchr(args->localpath, '/');
args->filename = rs ? rs + 1 : args->localpath;
}
} else if (!strcmp(aav[0], "get")) {
sub_init(get, 1)
/* put arguments to check */
fpmode[0] = 'w';
args->filename = aav[1];
args->dirname = s_dir ? s_dir : NULL;
args->localpath = s_out ? s_out : args->filename;
} else if (!strcmp(aav[0], "copy")) {
sub_init(copy, 2)
/* get filename */
args->filename = aav[1];
args->dirname = s_dir ? s_dir : NULL;
args->newname = aav[2];
args->newdir = s_todir ? s_todir : NULL;
} else if (!strcmp(aav[0], "del")) {
sub_init(del, 1)
/* get filename */
args->filename = aav[1];
args->dirname = s_dir ? s_dir : NULL;
} else {
/* unknown subcommand ! */
log("Unknown subcommand '%s'.\n", aav[0]);
return (0);
}
/* check string lengths */
int noerror = 0;
if (args->filename && strnlen(args->filename, 13) == 13)
log("On-calc filename must have 12 chars or less!\n");
else if (args->newname && strnlen(args->newname, 13) == 13)
log("Destination filename must have 12 chars or less!\n");
else if (args->dirname && strnlen(args->dirname, 9) == 9)
log("On-calc directory name must have 8 chars or less!\n");
else if (args->newdir && strnlen(args->newdir, 9) == 9)
log("Destination directory name must have 8 chars or less!\n");
else if (strnlen(args->storage, 5) != 4)
log("Storage device (%s) should be 4 chars long!\n", args->storage);
else
noerror = 1;
if (!noerror) return (0);
/* check local path */
if (args->localpath) {
if (fpmode[0] == 'w' && !strcmp(args->localpath, "-"))
args->local = stdout;
else if (!(args->local = fopen(args->localpath, fpmode))) {
log("Could not open local file : %s\n", strerror(errno));
if (fpmode[0] == 'w')
unlink(args->localpath);
return (0);
}
}
/* everything went well */
return (1);
}

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/* ************************************************************************** */
/* _____ _ */
/* dump.c |_ _|__ _ _| |__ ___ _ _ */
/* | Project : p7 | |/ _ \| | | | '_ \ / _ \ | | | */
/* | | (_) | |_| | | | | __/ |_| | */
/* By: thomas <thomas@touhey.fr> |_|\___/ \__,_|_| |_|\___|\__, |.fr */
/* Last updated: 2016/08/26 20:14:25 |___/ */
/* */
/* ************************************************************************** */
#include "main.h"
#include <libp7/packetio.h>
#define info (response->ack)
/**
* dump:
* Dump calculator information.
*
* @arg handle the libp7 handle
* @return the error code (0 if ok).
*/
int dump(p7_handle_t *handle)
{
/* get response buffer */
const p7_packet_t *response = p7_get_response(handle);
/* send get info command and check response */
int err;
if ((err = p7_send_cmdsys_getinfo(handle)))
return (err);
if (response->type != p7_pt_ack || !response->ack.extended)
return (p7_error_unknown);
/* dump information */
/* - wiped out things - */
if (info.preprog_rom_wiped)
log("Warning: Preprogrammed ROM information looks wiped out !\n");
if (info.bootcode_wiped)
log("Warning: Bootcode information looks wiped out !\n");
/* - preprogrammed ROM - */
if (!info.preprog_rom_wiped) {
printf("Preprogrammed ROM capacity : %luo\n", info.preprog_rom_capacity);
printf("Preprogrammed ROM version : %02u.%02u.%02u\n",
info.preprog_rom_version.major, info.preprog_rom_version.minor,
info.preprog_rom_version.rev);
printf("Preprogrammed ROM type : \"%s\"\n", info.preprog_rom_version.type);
}
/* - ROM - */
printf("ROM capacity : %luo\n", info.flash_rom_capacity);
/* - RAM - */
printf("RAM capacity : %luo\n", info.ram_capacity);
/* - Bootcode - */
if (!info.bootcode_wiped) {
printf("Bootcode version : %02u.%02u.%02u\n",
info.bootcode_version.major, info.bootcode_version.minor,
info.bootcode_version.rev);
printf("Bootcode type : \"%s\"\n", info.bootcode_version.type);
printf("Bootcode offset : %#08lx\n", info.bootcode_offset);
printf("Bootcode size : %luo\n", info.bootcode_size);
}
/* - OS - */
printf("OS version : %02u.%02u.%02u\n",
info.os_version.major, info.os_version.minor, info.os_version.rev);
printf("OS type : \"%s\"\n", info.os_version.type);
printf("OS offset : %#08lx\n", info.os_offset);
printf("OS size : %luo\n", info.os_size);
/* - Miscallenous info - */
printf("Protocol version : %01u.%02u\n",
info.protocol_version.major, info.protocol_version.minor);
printf("Product ID : \"%s\"\n", info.product_id);
printf("Username : \"%s\"\n", info.username);
printf("Hardware ID : \"%s\"\n", info.hwid);
printf("CPU ID : \"%s\"\n", info.cpuid);
return (0);
}

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/* ************************************************************************** */
/* _____ _ */
/* main.c |_ _|__ _ _| |__ ___ _ _ */
/* | Project : p7 | |/ _ \| | | | '_ \ / _ \ | | | */
/* | | (_) | |_| | | | | __/ |_| | */
/* By: thomas <thomas@touhey.fr> |_|\___/ \__,_|_| |_|\___|\__, |.fr */
/* Last updated: 2016/08/21 16:50:46 |___/ */
/* */
/* ************************************************************************** */
#include "main.h"
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <unistd.h>
/* ************************************************************************** */
/* Error messages */
/* ************************************************************************** */
/* Couldn't initialize connexion with the calculator. */
static const char error_noconnexion[] =
"Could not connect to the calculator.\n"
"- Is it plugged in and in receive mode?\n"
"- Have you tried changing the cable?\n";
/* Calculator was disconnected. */
static const char error_disconnected[] =
"Lost connexion to the calculator!\n"
"Please reconnect the calculator, rerun receive mode and try again.\n";
/* Calculator was found but program wasn't allowed to communicate with it. */
static const char error_noaccess[] =
"Could not get access to the calculator.\n"
"Install the appropriate udev rule, or run as root.\n";
/* Command was unsupported. */
static const char error_unsupported[] =
"The command is unsupported by the calculator.\n"
"- Does the calculator have mass storage?\n"
"- Does its OS allow the use of it?\n"
"- Is it in Receive Mode (and not in OS Update)?\n";
/* The device didn't exist. */
static const char error_unsupported_device[] =
"Device '%s' is not supported by the device.\n";
/* The calculator acted in an unplanned way. */
static const char error_unplanned[] =
"The calculator didn't act as planned.\n"
"Stop receive mode on calculator and start it again before re-running p7.\n"
"Error was: %s\n";
/* Requested file didn't exist. */
static const char error_noexists[] =
"Requested file didn't exist.\n";
/* Sent file cannot be empty. */
static const char error_empty[] =
"Can't send an empty file!\n";
/* Not enough space left on the calculator. */
static const char error_nospace[] =
"Not enough space on the calculator for the file you're trying to send.\n"
"If you believe there should be, try optimizing (OPT) on the calculator\n"
"(in MEMORY menu) and try again.\n";
/* ************************************************************************** */
/* Auxiliary functions */
/* ************************************************************************** */
/**
* sendfile_confirm:
* Confirm file sending.
*
* @return if the file overwriting is confirmed
*/
static int sendfile_display_initialized = 0;
static int sendfile_confirm(void)
{
/* Print stuff */
printf("It looks like the file already exists on the calculator.\n");
printf("Overwrite ? ([n]/y) ");
/* Get the line */
char *line = NULL; size_t n;
ssize_t err = getline(&line, &n, stdin);
if (err < 0) return (0);
/* Check if should overwrite */
int overwrite = err >= 1 && !strncmp(line, "y", 1);
free(line);
return (overwrite);
}
/**
* sendfile_display:
* File sending nice display.
*
* "Initialization" is when id > total (called in main).
*
* @arg id data packet ID
* @arg total total number of data packets
*/
static void sendfile_display(p7ushort_t id, p7ushort_t total)
{
/* here's the buffer */
static char buf[50] =
"\r|---------------------------------------| 00.00%";
static char *bar = &buf[2];
/* initialize */
static int pos;
/* if is initialize, fill */
if (id > total) {
pos = 0;
/* indicate that is has been initialized */
sendfile_display_initialized = 1;
/* put initial buffer */
fputs(buf, stdout);
/* save cursor position */
fputs("\x1B[s", stdout);
/* we're done */
return ;
}
/* id and total start from 1, let them start from zero */
id--; total--;
/* modify buffer */
/* - # - */
int current = 38 * id / total;
while (pos <= current) bar[pos++] = '#';
/* - % - */
unsigned int percent = 10000 * id / total;
sprintf(&buf[43], "%02u.%02u", percent / 100, percent % 100);
/* put it */
fputs(buf, stdout);
/* force cursor position */
fputs("\x1B""8", stdout);
}
/**
* print_file_info:
* File listing callback.
*
* @arg dir the directory in which the file is stored (NULL if root)
* @arg name the filename
* @arg size the filesize
*/
static void print_file_info(const char *dir, const char *name, p7uint_t size)
{
/* initialize buffer */
static char buf[45];
/* clean buffer */
memset(buf, ' ', 28);
/* put path in buffer */
char *b = buf;
if (dir) b = stpcpy(b, dir), *b++ = '/';
b = stpcpy(b, name), *b = ' ';
/* put size */
sprintf(&buf[28], "% 10luo", size);
/* put the string */
puts(buf);
}
/* ************************************************************************** */
/* Main function */
/* ************************************************************************** */
/**
* main:
* User entry point of the program.
*
* @arg ac arguments count
* @arg av arguments values
* @return return code (0 if ok)
*/
int main(int ac, char **av)
{
/* Parse args */
args_t args;
if (!parse_args(ac, av, &args))
return (0);
/* Initialize libp7 and communication */
p7_handle_t *handle; int err;
if (args.device) err = p7_cinit(&handle, 1, !args.noinit, args.device, 0);
else err = p7_init(&handle, 1, !args.noinit);
if (err) {
/* display error */
switch (err) {
case p7_error_nocalc: log(error_noconnexion); break;
case p7_error_noaccess: log(error_noaccess); break;
default: log(error_unplanned, p7_strerror(err)); break;
}
/* closing, removing if necessary */
if (args.menu == mn_send)
fclose(args.local);
if (args.menu == mn_get && args.local != stdout) {
fclose(args.local);
unlink(args.localpath);
}
return (1);
}
/* Check according to menu */
switch (args.menu) {
case mn_send:
err = p7_sendfile(handle, args.local, args.dirname, args.filename,
args.storage, 1, args.force ? NULL : &sendfile_confirm,
args.nicedisp ? &sendfile_display : NULL);
break;
case mn_get:
err = p7_reqfile(handle, args.local, args.dirname, args.filename,
args.storage, args.nicedisp && args.local != stdout
? &sendfile_display : NULL);
if (err) unlink(args.localpath);
break;
case mn_copy:
err = p7_copyfile(handle, args.dirname, args.filename,
args.newdir, args.newname, args.storage);
break;
case mn_del:
err = p7_delfile(handle, args.dirname, args.filename,
args.storage);
break;
case mn_ls:
err = p7_lsfiles(handle, args.storage, &print_file_info);
break;
case mn_reset:
err = p7_resetflash(handle, args.storage);
break;
case mn_optimize:
err = p7_optimize(handle, args.storage);
break;
case mn_info:
err = dump(handle);
break;
}
/* put error */
if (err && err != p7_error_denied_overwrite) {
if (sendfile_display_initialized)
puts("\b\b\b\b\b\bError !");
/* close the file */
if (args.local) fclose(args.local);
if (args.menu == mn_get && args.local != stdout)
unlink(args.localpath);
/* put the error string */
switch (err) {
case p7_error_fullmem: log(error_nospace); break;
case p7_error_empty: log(error_empty); break;
case p7_error_notfound: log(error_noexists); break;
case p7_error_nocalc: log(error_disconnected); break;
case p7_error_unsupported: log(error_unsupported); break;
case p7_error_unsupported_device:
log(error_unsupported_device, args.device); break;
default: log(error_unplanned, p7_strerror(err));
}
/* return that an error has occured */
return (1);
}
puts("\b\b\b\b\b\bTransfer complete.");
if (args.local) fclose(args.local);
/* terminate communication and de-initialize libp7 */
p7_exit(handle, !args.noexit);
/* Then we're good */
return (0);
}

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/* ************************************************************************** */
/* _____ _ */
/* main.h |_ _|__ _ _| |__ ___ _ _ */
/* | Project : p7 | |/ _ \| | | | '_ \ / _ \ | | | */
/* | | (_) | |_| | | | | __/ |_| | */
/* By: thomas <thomas@touhey.fr> |_|\___/ \__,_|_| |_|\___|\__, |.fr */
/* Last updated: 2016/08/21 16:50:57 |___/ */
/* */
/* ************************************************************************** */
#ifndef MAIN_H
# define MAIN_H
# define Q(x) #x
# define QUOTE(x) Q(x)
# include <stdio.h>
# include <libp7.h>
# define log(S, ...) fprintf(stderr, S, ##__VA_ARGS__)
/* Menus */
typedef enum {
mn_send, mn_get, mn_copy, mn_del, mn_ls, mn_reset, mn_optimize,
mn_info
} menu_t;
/* Arguments */
typedef struct {
/* basic things */
menu_t menu;
int nicedisp;
/* for file transferring menus */
const char *dirname, *filename;
const char *newdir