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SubjectRe: [PATCH] coccinelle: api: detect duplicate chip data arrays
Hi Julia,

On Thu, Oct 5, 2017 at 12:25 PM, Julia Lawall <julia.lawall@lip6.fr> wrote:
>
>
> On Thu, 5 Oct 2017, Liam Breck wrote:
>
>> Hi, sorry for slow reply...
>>
>> Can we patch something to make this script run by default on
>> bq7xxxx_battery_i2c build? If so let's do that.
>
> I don't think anything is set up for that. But any changes to the file
> should be checked by the 0-day bot.

How do we ask the 0-day bot team to configure their build to run this
script? Will they just pick it up?

>> Also maybe the name of the script should include "bq27xxx_data"?
>
> OK
>
>> Few more comments below...
>>
>> On Sun, Oct 1, 2017 at 5:42 AM, Julia Lawall <Julia.Lawall@lip6.fr> wrote:
>> > This semantic patch detects duplicate arrays declared using BQ27XXX_DATA
>> > within a single structure. It is currently specific to the file
>> > drivers/power/supply/bq27xxx_battery.c.
>> >
>> > Signed-off-by: Julia Lawall <Julia.Lawall@lip6.fr>
>> >
>> > ---
>> > scripts/coccinelle/api/battery.cocci | 161 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>> > 1 file changed, 161 insertions(+)
>> >
>> > diff --git a/scripts/coccinelle/api/battery.cocci b/scripts/coccinelle/api/battery.cocci
>> > new file mode 100644
>> > index 0000000..77c145a
>> > --- /dev/null
>> > +++ b/scripts/coccinelle/api/battery.cocci
>> > @@ -0,0 +1,161 @@
>> > +/// Detect BQ27XXX_DATA structures with identical registers, dm registers or
>> > +/// properties.
>> > +//# Doesn't unfold macros used in register or property fields.
>> > +//# Requires OCaml scripting
>> > +///
>> > +// Confidence: High
>> > +// Copyright: (C) 2017 Julia Lawall, Inria/LIP6, GPLv2.
>> > +// URL: http://coccinelle.lip6.fr/
>> > +// Requires: 1.0.7
>> > +// Keywords: BQ27XXX_DATA
>> > +
>> > +virtual report
>> > +
>> > +@initialize:ocaml@
>> > +@@
>> > +
>> > +let print_report p msg =
>> > + let p = List.hd p in
>> > + Printf.printf "%s:%d:%d-%d: %s" p.file p.line p.col p.col_end msg
>> > +
>> > +@str depends on report@
>> > +type t;
>> > +identifier i,i1,i2;
>> > +expression e1,e2;
>> > +@@
>> > +
>> > +t i[] = {
>> > + ...,
>> > + [e1] = BQ27XXX_DATA(i1,...),
>> > + ...,
>> > + [e2] = BQ27XXX_DATA(i2,...),
>> > + ...,
>> > +};
>> > +
>> > +@script:ocaml tocheck@
>> > +i1 << str.i1;
>> > +i2 << str.i2;
>> > +i1regs; i2regs;
>> > +i1dmregs; i2dmregs;
>> > +i1props; i2props;
>> > +@@
>> > +
>> > +if not(i1 = i2)
>> > +then
>> > + begin
>> > + i1regs := make_ident (i1 ^ "_regs");
>> > + i2regs := make_ident (i2 ^ "_regs");
>> > + i1dmregs := make_ident (i1 ^ "_dm_regs");
>> > + i2dmregs := make_ident (i2 ^ "_dm_regs");
>> > + i1props := make_ident (i1 ^ "_props");
>> > + i2props := make_ident (i2 ^ "_props")
>> > + end
>> > +
>> > +(* ---------------------------------------------------------------- *)
>> > +
>> > +@getregs1@
>> > +typedef u8;
>> > +identifier tocheck.i1regs;
>> > +initializer list i1regs_vals;
>> > +position p1;
>> > +@@
>> > +
>> > +u8 i1regs@p1[...] = { i1regs_vals, };
>> > +
>> > +@getregs2@
>> > +identifier tocheck.i2regs;
>> > +initializer list i2regs_vals;
>> > +position p2;
>> > +@@
>> > +
>> > +u8 i2regs@p2[...] = { i2regs_vals, };
>> > +
>> > +@script:ocaml@
>> > +(_,i1regs_vals) << getregs1.i1regs_vals;
>> > +(_,i2regs_vals) << getregs2.i2regs_vals;
>> > +i1regs << tocheck.i1regs;
>> > +i2regs << tocheck.i2regs;
>> > +p1 << getregs1.p1;
>> > +p2 << getregs2.p2;
>> > +@@
>> > +
>> > +if i1regs < i2regs &&
>> > + List.sort compare i1regs_vals = List.sort compare i2regs_vals
>> > +then
>> > + let msg =
>> > + Printf.sprintf
>> > + "WARNING %s and %s (line %d) have the same registers\n"
>>
>> "are identical" vs "have the same..."
>
> OK, I guess identical would be appropriate for regsand dm_regs, but
> perhaps not for properties because there the same values might be in a
> different order.

The order of the properties has no impact, so a duplicate is
functionally identical.

>
> julia
>
>> > + i1regs i2regs (List.hd p2).line in
>> > + print_report p1 msg
>> > +
>> > +(* ---------------------------------------------------------------- *)
>> > +
>> > +@getdmregs1@
>> > +identifier tocheck.i1dmregs;
>> > +initializer list i1dmregs_vals;
>> > +position p1;
>> > +@@
>> > +
>> > +struct bq27xxx_dm_reg i1dmregs@p1[] = { i1dmregs_vals, };
>> > +
>> > +@getdmregs2@
>> > +identifier tocheck.i2dmregs;
>> > +initializer list i2dmregs_vals;
>> > +position p2;
>> > +@@
>> > +
>> > +struct bq27xxx_dm_reg i2dmregs@p2[] = { i2dmregs_vals, };
>> > +
>> > +@script:ocaml@
>> > +(_,i1dmregs_vals) << getdmregs1.i1dmregs_vals;
>> > +(_,i2dmregs_vals) << getdmregs2.i2dmregs_vals;
>> > +i1dmregs << tocheck.i1dmregs;
>> > +i2dmregs << tocheck.i2dmregs;
>> > +p1 << getdmregs1.p1;
>> > +p2 << getdmregs2.p2;
>> > +@@
>> > +
>> > +if i1dmregs < i2dmregs &&
>> > + List.sort compare i1dmregs_vals = List.sort compare i2dmregs_vals
>> > +then
>> > + let msg =
>> > + Printf.sprintf
>> > + "WARNING %s and %s (line %d) have the same dm registers\n"
>>
>> "are identical" vs "have the same..."
>>
>> > + i1dmregs i2dmregs (List.hd p2).line in
>> > + print_report p1 msg
>> > +
>> > +(* ---------------------------------------------------------------- *)
>> > +
>> > +@getprops1@
>> > +identifier tocheck.i1props;
>> > +initializer list[n1] i1props_vals;
>> > +position p1;
>> > +@@
>> > +
>> > +enum power_supply_property i1props@p1[] = { i1props_vals, };
>> > +
>> > +@getprops2@
>> > +identifier tocheck.i2props;
>> > +initializer list[n2] i2props_vals;
>> > +position p2;
>> > +@@
>> > +
>> > +enum power_supply_property i2props@p2[] = { i2props_vals, };
>> > +
>> > +@script:ocaml@
>> > +(_,i1props_vals) << getprops1.i1props_vals;
>> > +(_,i2props_vals) << getprops2.i2props_vals;
>> > +i1props << tocheck.i1props;
>> > +i2props << tocheck.i2props;
>> > +p1 << getprops1.p1;
>> > +p2 << getprops2.p2;
>> > +@@
>> > +
>> > +if i1props < i2props &&
>> > + List.sort compare i1props_vals = List.sort compare i2props_vals
>> > +then
>> > + let msg =
>> > + Printf.sprintf
>> > + "WARNING %s and %s (line %d) have the same properties\n"
>>
>> "are identical" vs "have the same..."
>>
>>
>> > + i1props i2props (List.hd p2).line in
>> > + print_report p1 msg
>> >
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