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#include "config.h"
#include <guacamole/user.h>
* The maximum number of bytes to allow for any argument value received via an
* argv stream, including null terminator.
* Handles an incoming stream from a Guacamole "argv" instruction, updating the
* given connection parameter if that parameter is allowed to be updated.
guac_user_argv_handler guac_telnet_argv_handler;
* Sends the current values of all non-sensitive parameters which may be set
* while the connection is running to the given user. Note that the user
* receiving these values will not necessarily be able to set new values
* themselves if their connection is read-only. This function can be used as
* the callback for guac_client_foreach_user() and guac_client_for_owner()
* @param user
* The user that should receive the values of all non-sensitive parameters
* which may be set while the connection is running.
* @param data
* The guac_telnet_client instance associated with the current connection.
* @return
* Always NULL.
void* guac_telnet_send_current_argv(guac_user* user, void* data);