Unofficial CLI tool and Deno TypeScript Library for interacting with Your Google Stadia Account

Unofficial CLI tool and Deno TypeScript Library for interacting with Your Google Stadia Account

Unofficial CLI tool and Deno TypeScript Library for interacting with Your Google Stadia Account

An Unofficial CLI tool and Deno TypeScript library for interacting with your Google Stadia account.

⚠️ Until its 1.0 release, this tool is incomplete and unsupported. Features may not be implemented, or may not function as described. Come back later. ⚠️

To use this tool you'll need to install Deno, a secure runtime for TypeScript and JavaScript. On Linux, you may do so by running:

$ curl -fsSL https://deno.land/x/install/install.sh | sh

You may run the latest release of this tool directly from Deno's module hosting:

$ deno run --allow-all "https://deno.land/x/gaming/stadia.ts"

You may install this tool as a local stadia command:

$ sudo deno install --reload --allow-all --force --root "/usr/local" "https://deno.land/x/gaming/stadia.ts"

$ stadia
Unofficial Stadia CLI

USAGE:

    stadia [<authentication>] <command> [<arguments>...]

AUTHENTICATION:

    You must authenticate with Google Stadia in one of the following ways:

    (1) If using Google Chrome on Windows 10 and running this command within
        Windows Subsystem for Linux, it will detect any Chrome Profiles that are
        synced with a Google account and load their authentication cookies
        automatically. If there are multiple synced profiles, you will be
        prompted to pick one, or you may specify it with the
        --google-email=<email> parameter.

    (2) The --google-cookie=<cookies> parameter may be set to a header-style
        semicolon-delimited Cookie string that will be used to authenticate with
        Google. This should contain the Google authentication cookies "SID",
        "SSID", and "HSID".

    (3) --offline will disable all authentication and network
        operations. Operations that require data that isn't already saved
        locally will fail.

COMMANDS:

    stadia auth

        Prints information about the authenticated user.

    stadia fetch [--json] <stadia_url>

        Fetches a Stadia URL and displays our internal representation of the
        response. The default output is meant for humans. The [--json] flag
        adds more detail for machines.

        stadia rpc method_id [...json_args]

        stadia captures

Disclaimer

This is an unofficial fan project and is not affiliated with Google. The name "Stadia" is a trademark of Google LLC, and is used here for informational purposes, not to imply affiliation or endorsement.

License

Copyright Jeremy Banks and contributors.

Licensed under either of

at your option.

Contribution

Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in the work by you, as defined in the Apache-2.0 license, shall be dual licensed as above, without any additional terms or conditions.

Download Details:

Author: jeremyBanks

Source Code: https://github.com/jeremyBanks/gaming

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