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# Copyright 2015 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
"""High-level wrapper of a usb device.
Wraps python-libusb1 to provide config/descriptions for a device. Does not
provide any low-level IO support over the bus.
import collections
import os
import sys
import libusb1
import logging
import subprocess
import time
import usb1
from devil.utils import find_usb_devices
from devil.utils import usb_hubs
if sys.platform != 'linux2':
raise NotImplementedError('This library only supported on linux systems.')
# (interface class, interface subclass, interface protocol)
(255, 66, 1), # ADB's definition.
(255, 66, 3), # Fastboot's definition.
def is_android_device(device):
if not any(i in _SUPPORTED_INTERFACES for i in device.interfaces):
return False
if not device.serial:
return False
return True
def get_android_devices(filter_devices):
ctx = usb1.USBContext()
usb_devices = [USBDevice(d) for d in ctx.getDeviceList(skip_on_error=True)]
android_devices = [d for d in usb_devices if is_android_device(d)]
if not android_devices:
logging.error('Unable to find devices: %s', filter_devices or 'all')
return []
# Determine the order in which the devices are physically plugged in. Can
# only be done once all devices have been discovered.
# Remove devices with duplicate serials. This can wreak havoc in container
# management logic since each device's container is identified by its device's
# presumed-to-be-unique serial.
device_count = collections.defaultdict(int)
for d in android_devices:
device_count[d.serial] += 1
for serial, count in device_count.iteritems():
if count > 1:
'Ignoring device %s due to it appearing %d times.', serial, count)
android_devices = [d for d in android_devices if device_count[d.serial] == 1]
# Filter out the requested devices only after the physical ports have been
# assigned.
if filter_devices:
android_devices = [d for d in android_devices if d.serial in filter_devices]
if not android_devices:
logging.error('Requested devices %s not found on host.', filter_devices)
return []
return android_devices
def assign_physical_ports(devices):
"""Based on usbfs port list, try to assign each device its physical port num.
This corresponds to the order in which they're plugged into an external hub.
port_mapping = {}
for hub in find_usb_devices.GetAllPhysicalPortToSerialMaps(
usb_hubs.ALL_HUBS, fast=True):
# Reverse the mapping.
port_mapping.update({device: port for port, device in hub.iteritems()})
for d in devices:
d.physical_port = port_mapping.get(d.serial)
class USBDevice(object):
def __init__(self, libusb_device):
self._libusb_device = libusb_device
self.port = libusb_device.getPortNumber()
self.bus = libusb_device.getBusNumber() = libusb_device.getDeviceAddress()
self.physical_port = None
self._serial = None
self._port_list = None
# libusb exposes product and vendor IDs as decimal but sysfs reports
# them as hex. Convert to hex for easy string comparison.
self.product = hex(libusb_device.getProductID())[2:]
# libusb doesn't expose major and minor numbers, so stat the device file.
self.major = None
self.minor = None
self.dev_file_path = os.path.join(
'/dev/bus/usb', '%03d' % self.bus, '%03d' %
st = os.stat(self.dev_file_path)
self.major = os.major(st.st_rdev)
self.minor = os.minor(st.st_rdev)
except OSError:
def __str__(self):
return self.serial or self.port_list
def __repr__(self):
return self.serial or self.port_list
def serial(self):
if not self._serial:
self._serial = self._libusb_device.getSerialNumber()
except usb1.USBError:
self._serial = None
return self._serial
def port_list(self):
if not self._port_list:
self._port_list = self._libusb_device.getPortNumberList()
except usb1.USBError:
self._port_list = None
return self._port_list
def interfaces(self):
for setting in self._libusb_device.iterSettings():
yield (setting.getClass(), setting.getSubClass(), setting.getProtocol())