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Subject[RFC 09/19] ktf: resolve: A helper utility to aid in exposing private kernel symbols to KTF tests.
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Takes an input file foo.txt with a list of symbols on the form:

#module foo
#header foo.h
private_foo_symbol_1
private_foo_symbol_2

and creates usable definitions to access these (requires CONFIG_KALLSYMS_ALL).
This is useful to be able to easily and cleanly test internal interfaces of a module.
Examples follows in the selftests later in the series.

Signed-off-by: Knut Omang <knut.omang@oracle.com>
---
tools/testing/selftests/ktf/scripts/resolve | 188 +++++++++++++++++++++-
1 file changed, 188 insertions(+)
create mode 100755 tools/testing/selftests/ktf/scripts/resolve

diff --git a/tools/testing/selftests/ktf/scripts/resolve b/tools/testing/selftests/ktf/scripts/resolve
new file mode 100755
index 0000000..74005f7
--- /dev/null
+++ b/tools/testing/selftests/ktf/scripts/resolve
@@ -0,0 +1,188 @@
+#!/usr/bin/python
+
+# Copyright (c) 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
+# Author: Knut Omang <knut.omang@oracle.com>
+#
+# SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0
+#
+# A script to generate code and header definitions for
+# module and kernel symbols not directly exposed to KTF.
+# (See the documentation for KTF for details)
+#
+
+import os, sys, re, shutil, string, ConfigParser
+
+def usage():
+ print "Usage: resolve symbolfile outputfile"
+ exit(0)
+
+class FuncInfo:
+ def __init__(self, sym, re_sym, re_decl):
+ self.symbol = sym
+ self.re_sym = re_sym
+ self.re_decl = re_decl
+
+ def __repr__(self):
+ return "FuncInfo: [%s: %s]" % (self.symbol, self.re_decl)
+
+class Module:
+ def __init__(self, name, header):
+ self.cur_header = header
+ self.prefix = "Z"
+ self.name = name
+ self.symbols = {} # Input: headerfile -> symbol list
+ self.func_def = [] # FuncInfo list
+ self.debug = False
+ all_modules.append(self)
+
+ def log(self, str):
+ if self.debug:
+ print str
+
+ def SetHeader(self, header):
+ self.cur_header = header
+
+ def AddSymbol(self, sym):
+ try:
+ h = self.symbols[self.cur_header]
+ h.append(sym)
+ except:
+ self.symbols[self.cur_header] = [sym]
+
+ # Open along include path:
+ def Open(self, filename):
+ for p in includepath:
+ try:
+ f = os.path.join(p, filename)
+ self.log(" -- trying " + f)
+ header = open(f,'r')
+ return header
+ except:
+ continue
+ sys.stderr.write(" ** unable to open \"%s\"\n" % filename)
+ return None
+
+ # Parse the relevant header files for function defs:
+ def ParseDefs(self):
+ for hf in self.symbols.keys():
+ self.log(" ** Parsing %s:" % hf)
+ header = self.Open(hf)
+ if header == None:
+ return
+ content = header.read()
+ symbols = self.symbols[hf]
+ types = r"(extern|u8|u16|u32|u64|int|long|size_t|off_t|loff_t|void|struct|union\s)(.*[\*\s]"
+ funor = ")(" + "|".join(symbols) + r")(\([^\)]+\);)$"
+ tt = types + funor
+ s = re.compile(tt, re.MULTILINE)
+ miter = s.finditer(content)
+ s_count = 0
+ for m in miter:
+ sym = m.group(3)
+ re_name = "_".join([self.prefix, sym])
+ re_decl = "%s%s(*%s)%s" % (m.group(1), m.group(2), re_name, m.group(4))
+ self.func_def.append(FuncInfo(sym, re_name, re_decl))
+ s_count = s_count + 1
+
+ if s_count != len(symbols):
+ print " ** Warning: File %s: Found %d definitions from %d symbols!" % \
+ (hf, s_count, len(symbols))
+ print " ** - please check/fix output manually!"
+
+ # Output functions:
+ def write_funcs(self, file):
+ for fi in self.func_def:
+ file.write("\t%s\n"% fi.re_decl)
+
+ def write_defines(self, file):
+ for fi in self.func_def:
+ file.write("#define %s ktf_syms.%s\n" % (fi.symbol, fi.re_sym))
+
+ def write_resolve_calls(self, file):
+ for fi in self.func_def:
+ file.write("\tktf_resolve_symbol(%s, %s);\n" % (self.name, fi.symbol))
+
+usage_h = False
+my_argv = []
+includepath = [""]
+
+for arg in sys.argv[1:]:
+ if arg == "-h":
+ usage_h = True
+ continue
+ incl = re.match(r"-I([^\s]+)", arg)
+ if incl != None:
+ includepath.append(incl.group(1))
+ continue
+ genopt = re.match(r"-([^\s]+)", arg)
+ if genopt != None:
+ # Silently ignore other cc options as we accept cc-flags-y:
+ #
+ continue
+ my_argv.append(arg)
+
+# Main program:
+
+if len(my_argv) != 2 or usage_h:
+ usage()
+
+symfile = my_argv[0]
+outputfile = my_argv[1]
+
+all_modules = []
+module = Module("kernel", None) # Default, at the top of the file is the main kernel symbols
+header = None # A header directive is required before any symbols
+
+try:
+ file = open(symfile, 'r')
+except:
+ print "Unable to open config file \"%s\"" % symfile
+ exit(1)
+for line in file:
+ match = re.match(r"^#(\w+) ([\w\.]+)\s*$", line)
+ if match != None:
+ cmd = match.group(1)
+ value = match.group(2)
+ if cmd == "module":
+ module = Module(value, header)
+ elif cmd == "header":
+ header = value
+ module.SetHeader(header)
+ else:
+ raise ResolveError("Unknown directive \"%s\"" % cmd)
+ #print "%s set to %s" % (cmd, value)
+ continue
+ match = re.match(r"\s*(\w+)\s*", line)
+ if match != None:
+ s = match.group(1)
+ module.AddSymbol(s)
+
+for m in all_modules:
+ m.ParseDefs()
+
+try:
+ output = open(outputfile, "w")
+except:
+ print "Failed to open output header file \"%s\"" % outputfile
+output.write('#ifndef _KTF_RESOLVE_H\n#define _KTF_RESOLVE_H\n')
+output.write('#include "ktf.h"\n\nstruct ktf_syms {\n')
+
+for m in all_modules:
+ m.write_funcs(output)
+
+output.write('};\n\n')
+
+for m in all_modules:
+ m.write_defines(output)
+
+output.write('\n\nextern struct ktf_syms ktf_syms;\n')
+output.write('\nint ktf_resolve_symbols(void);\n#ifndef KTF_CLIENT\n')
+output.write('struct ktf_syms ktf_syms;\n\n')
+
+output.write('\nint ktf_resolve_symbols(void)\n{\n')
+
+for m in all_modules:
+ m.write_resolve_calls(output)
+
+output.write('\treturn 0;\n}\n\n#endif /* !KTF_CLIENT */\n#endif /* _KTF_RESOLVE_H */ \n')
+output.close()
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