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#!/usr/bin/env python3
"""Test the program psa_constant_names.
Gather constant names from header files and test cases. Compile a C program
to print out their numerical values, feed these numerical values to
psa_constant_names, and check that the output is the original name.
Return 0 if all test cases pass, 1 if the output was not always as expected,
or 1 (with a Python backtrace) if there was an operational error.
# Copyright The Mbed TLS Contributors
# SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0
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import argparse
from collections import namedtuple
import itertools
import os
import re
import subprocess
import sys
import scripts_path # pylint: disable=unused-import
from mbedtls_dev import c_build_helper
class ReadFileLineException(Exception):
def __init__(self, filename, line_number):
message = 'in {} at {}'.format(filename, line_number)
super(ReadFileLineException, self).__init__(message)
self.filename = filename
self.line_number = line_number
class read_file_lines:
# Dear Pylint, conventionally, a context manager class name is lowercase.
# pylint: disable=invalid-name,too-few-public-methods
"""Context manager to read a text file line by line.
with read_file_lines(filename) as lines:
for line in lines:
is equivalent to
with open(filename, 'r') as input_file:
for line in input_file:
except that if process(line) raises an exception, then the read_file_lines
snippet annotates the exception with the file name and line number.
def __init__(self, filename, binary=False):
self.filename = filename
self.line_number = 'entry'
self.generator = None
self.binary = binary
def __enter__(self):
self.generator = enumerate(open(self.filename,
'rb' if self.binary else 'r'))
return self
def __iter__(self):
for line_number, content in self.generator:
self.line_number = line_number
yield content
self.line_number = 'exit'
def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_value, exc_traceback):
if exc_type is not None:
raise ReadFileLineException(self.filename, self.line_number) \
from exc_value
class Inputs:
# pylint: disable=too-many-instance-attributes
"""Accumulate information about macros to test.
This includes macro names as well as information about their arguments
when applicable.
def __init__(self):
self.all_declared = set()
# Sets of names per type
self.statuses = set(['PSA_SUCCESS'])
self.algorithms = set(['0xffffffff'])
self.ecc_curves = set(['0xff'])
self.dh_groups = set(['0xff'])
self.key_types = set(['0xffff'])
self.key_usage_flags = set(['0x80000000'])
# Hard-coded values for unknown algorithms
# These have to have values that are correct for their respective
# PSA_ALG_IS_xxx macros, but are also not currently assigned and are
# not likely to be assigned in the near future.
self.hash_algorithms = set(['0x020000fe']) # 0x020000ff is PSA_ALG_ANY_HASH
self.mac_algorithms = set(['0x03007fff'])
self.ka_algorithms = set(['0x09fc0000'])
self.kdf_algorithms = set(['0x080000ff'])
# For AEAD algorithms, the only variability is over the tag length,
# and this only applies to known algorithms, so don't test an
# unknown algorithm.
self.aead_algorithms = set()
# Identifier prefixes
self.table_by_prefix = {
'ERROR': self.statuses,
'ALG': self.algorithms,
'ECC_CURVE': self.ecc_curves,
'DH_GROUP': self.dh_groups,
'KEY_TYPE': self.key_types,
'KEY_USAGE': self.key_usage_flags,
# Test functions
self.table_by_test_function = {
# Any function ending in _algorithm also gets added to
# self.algorithms.
'key_type': [self.key_types],
'block_cipher_key_type': [self.key_types],
'stream_cipher_key_type': [self.key_types],
'ecc_key_family': [self.ecc_curves],
'ecc_key_types': [self.ecc_curves],
'dh_key_family': [self.dh_groups],
'dh_key_types': [self.dh_groups],
'hash_algorithm': [self.hash_algorithms],
'mac_algorithm': [self.mac_algorithms],
'cipher_algorithm': [],
'hmac_algorithm': [self.mac_algorithms],
'aead_algorithm': [self.aead_algorithms],
'key_derivation_algorithm': [self.kdf_algorithms],
'key_agreement_algorithm': [self.ka_algorithms],
'asymmetric_signature_algorithm': [],
'asymmetric_signature_wildcard': [self.algorithms],
'asymmetric_encryption_algorithm': [],
'other_algorithm': [],
# macro name -> list of argument names
self.argspecs = {}
# argument name -> list of values
self.arguments_for = {
'mac_length': ['1', '63'],
'tag_length': ['1', '63'],
'min_mac_length': ['1', '63'],
'min_tag_length': ['1', '63'],
def get_names(self, type_word):
"""Return the set of known names of values of the given type."""
return {
'status': self.statuses,
'algorithm': self.algorithms,
'ecc_curve': self.ecc_curves,
'dh_group': self.dh_groups,
'key_type': self.key_types,
'key_usage': self.key_usage_flags,
def gather_arguments(self):
"""Populate the list of values for macro arguments.
Call this after parsing all the inputs.
self.arguments_for['hash_alg'] = sorted(self.hash_algorithms)
self.arguments_for['mac_alg'] = sorted(self.mac_algorithms)
self.arguments_for['ka_alg'] = sorted(self.ka_algorithms)
self.arguments_for['kdf_alg'] = sorted(self.kdf_algorithms)
self.arguments_for['aead_alg'] = sorted(self.aead_algorithms)
self.arguments_for['curve'] = sorted(self.ecc_curves)
self.arguments_for['group'] = sorted(self.dh_groups)
def _format_arguments(name, arguments):
"""Format a macro call with arguments.."""
return name + '(' + ', '.join(arguments) + ')'
def distribute_arguments(self, name):
"""Generate macro calls with each tested argument set.
If name is a macro without arguments, just yield "name".
If name is a macro with arguments, yield a series of
"name(arg1,...,argN)" where each argument takes each possible
value at least once.
if name not in self.argspecs:
yield name
argspec = self.argspecs[name]
if argspec == []:
yield name + '()'
argument_lists = [self.arguments_for[arg] for arg in argspec]
arguments = [values[0] for values in argument_lists]
yield self._format_arguments(name, arguments)
# Dear Pylint, enumerate won't work here since we're modifying
# the array.
# pylint: disable=consider-using-enumerate
for i in range(len(arguments)):
for value in argument_lists[i][1:]:
arguments[i] = value
yield self._format_arguments(name, arguments)
arguments[i] = argument_lists[0][0]
except BaseException as e:
raise Exception('distribute_arguments({})'.format(name)) from e
def generate_expressions(self, names):
return itertools.chain(*map(self.distribute_arguments, names))
_argument_split_re = re.compile(r' *, *')
def _argument_split(cls, arguments):
return re.split(cls._argument_split_re, arguments)
# Regex for interesting header lines.
# Groups: 1=macro name, 2=type, 3=argument list (optional).
_header_line_re = \
re.compile(r'#define +' +
r'(PSA_((?:(?:DH|ECC|KEY)_)?[A-Z]+)_\w+)' +
# Regex of macro names to exclude.
_excluded_name_re = re.compile(r'_(?:GET|IS|OF)_|_(?:BASE|FLAG|MASK)\Z')
# Additional excluded macros.
_excluded_names = set([
# Macros that provide an alternative way to build the same
# algorithm as another macro.
# Auxiliary macro whose name doesn't fit the usual patterns for
# auxiliary macros.
def parse_header_line(self, line):
"""Parse a C header line, looking for "#define PSA_xxx"."""
m = re.match(self._header_line_re, line)
if not m:
name =
if, name) or \
name in self._excluded_names:
dest = self.table_by_prefix.get(
if dest is None:
self.argspecs[name] = self._argument_split(
_nonascii_re = re.compile(rb'[^\x00-\x7f]+')
def parse_header(self, filename):
"""Parse a C header file, looking for "#define PSA_xxx"."""
with read_file_lines(filename, binary=True) as lines:
for line in lines:
line = re.sub(self._nonascii_re, rb'', line).decode('ascii')
_macro_identifier_re = re.compile(r'[A-Z]\w+')
def generate_undeclared_names(self, expr):
for name in re.findall(self._macro_identifier_re, expr):
if name not in self.all_declared:
yield name
def accept_test_case_line(self, function, argument):
#pylint: disable=unused-argument
undeclared = list(self.generate_undeclared_names(argument))
if undeclared:
raise Exception('Undeclared names in test case', undeclared)
return True
def add_test_case_line(self, function, argument):
"""Parse a test case data line, looking for algorithm metadata tests."""
sets = []
if function.endswith('_algorithm'):
if function == 'key_agreement_algorithm' and \
# We only want *raw* key agreement algorithms as such, so
# exclude ones that are already chained with a KDF.
# Keep the expression as one to test as an algorithm.
function = 'other_algorithm'
sets += self.table_by_test_function[function]
if self.accept_test_case_line(function, argument):
for s in sets:
# Regex matching a *.data line containing a test function call and
# its arguments. The actual definition is partly positional, but this
# regex is good enough in practice.
_test_case_line_re = re.compile(r'(?!depends_on:)(\w+):([^\n :][^:\n]*)')
def parse_test_cases(self, filename):
"""Parse a test case file (*.data), looking for algorithm metadata tests."""
with read_file_lines(filename) as lines:
for line in lines:
m = re.match(self._test_case_line_re, line)
if m:
def gather_inputs(headers, test_suites, inputs_class=Inputs):
"""Read the list of inputs to test psa_constant_names with."""
inputs = inputs_class()
for header in headers:
for test_cases in test_suites:
return inputs
def run_c(type_word, expressions, include_path=None, keep_c=False):
"""Generate and run a program to print out numerical values of C expressions."""
if type_word == 'status':
cast_to = 'long'
printf_format = '%ld'
cast_to = 'unsigned long'
printf_format = '0x%08lx'
return c_build_helper.get_c_expression_values(
cast_to, printf_format,
caller=' for {} values'.format(type_word),
header='#include <psa/crypto.h>',
NORMALIZE_STRIP_RE = re.compile(r'\s+')
def normalize(expr):
"""Normalize the C expression so as not to care about trivial differences.
Currently "trivial differences" means whitespace.
return re.sub(NORMALIZE_STRIP_RE, '', expr)
def collect_values(inputs, type_word, include_path=None, keep_c=False):
"""Generate expressions using known macro names and calculate their values.
Return a list of pairs of (expr, value) where expr is an expression and
value is a string representation of its integer value.
names = inputs.get_names(type_word)
expressions = sorted(inputs.generate_expressions(names))
values = run_c(type_word, expressions,
include_path=include_path, keep_c=keep_c)
return expressions, values
class Tests:
"""An object representing tests and their results."""
Error = namedtuple('Error',
['type', 'expression', 'value', 'output'])
def __init__(self, options):
self.options = options
self.count = 0
self.errors = []
def run_one(self, inputs, type_word):
"""Test psa_constant_names for the specified type.
Run the program on the names for this type.
Use the inputs to figure out what arguments to pass to macros that
take arguments.
expressions, values = collect_values(inputs, type_word,
output = subprocess.check_output([self.options.program, type_word] +
outputs = output.decode('ascii').strip().split('\n')
self.count += len(expressions)
for expr, value, output in zip(expressions, values, outputs):
sys.stdout.write('{} {}\t{}\n'.format(type_word, value, output))
if normalize(expr) != normalize(output):
def run_all(self, inputs):
"""Run psa_constant_names on all the gathered inputs."""
for type_word in ['status', 'algorithm', 'ecc_curve', 'dh_group',
'key_type', 'key_usage']:
self.run_one(inputs, type_word)
def report(self, out):
"""Describe each case where the output is not as expected.
Write the errors to ``out``.
Also write a total.
for error in self.errors:
out.write('For {} "{}", got "{}" (value: {})\n'
.format(error.type, error.expression,
error.output, error.value))
out.write('{} test cases'.format(self.count))
if self.errors:
out.write(', {} FAIL\n'.format(len(self.errors)))
out.write(' PASS\n')
HEADERS = ['psa/crypto.h', 'psa/crypto_extra.h', 'psa/crypto_values.h']
TEST_SUITES = ['tests/suites/']
def main():
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description=globals()['__doc__'])
parser.add_argument('--include', '-I',
action='append', default=['include'],
help='Directory for header files')
action='store_true', dest='keep_c', default=False,
help='Keep the intermediate C file')
action='store_false', dest='keep_c',
help='Don\'t keep the intermediate C file (default)')
help='Program to test')
help='Keep the intermediate C file')
action='store_false', dest='show',
help='Don\'t show tested values (default)')
options = parser.parse_args()
headers = [os.path.join(options.include[0], h) for h in HEADERS]
inputs = gather_inputs(headers, TEST_SUITES)
tests = Tests(options)
if tests.errors:
if __name__ == '__main__':