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. ⚠️
$ 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
$ 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
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.
Copyright Jeremy Banks and contributors.
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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.
Source Code: https://github.com/jeremyBanks/gaming
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