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# Copyright 2017 syzkaller project authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by Apache 2 LICENSE that can be found in the LICENSE file.
This module contains container classes for holding struct, struct fields, and a global
namespace for struct objects obtained from multiple header files.
import logging
from headerlib.struct_walker import StructWalker
class StructRepr(object):
This class is a container for a single struct type. `fr_list` is a list of all items
inside the struct, along with type information.
def __init__(self, struct_name, fr_list, loglvl=logging.INFO):
self.struct_name = struct_name
self.fr_list = fr_list
self.global_hierarchy = {}
def __str__(self):
return self._output_syzkaller_fmt()
def _setuplogging(self, loglvl):
self.logger = logging.getLogger(self.__class__.__name__)
formatter = logging.Formatter('DEBUG:%(name)s:%(message)s')
sh = logging.StreamHandler()
def _output_syzkaller_fmt(self):
header = '%s {' % (self.struct_name)
body = self.get_syzkaller_field_body()[:-1]
footer = '}'
return '\n'.join([header, body, footer])
def get_syzkaller_field_body(self):
Returns the metadata description for a struct field in syzkaller format.
eg: "len intptr".
In cases where more than one syzkaller type maps to a native type, return
a string with possible syzkaller types seperated by '|'.
def _get_syzkaller_type(native_type):
syzkaller_types = {
'size_t' : 'len|fileoff|intN',
'ssize_t' : 'len|intN',
'unsigned int' : 'len|fileoff|int32',
'int' : 'len|fileoff|flags|int32',
'long' : 'len|fileoff|flags|intN',
'unsigned long' : 'len|fileoff|flags|intN',
'unsigned long long': 'len|fileoff|intN',
'char*' : 'ptr[in|out, string]|ptr[in, filename]',
'char**' : 'ptr[in, [ptr[in|out, string]]]',
'void*' : 'ptr[in|out, string]|ptr[in|out, array]',
'void (*)()' : 'vma',
'uint64_t' : 'len|int64',
'int64_t' : 'len|int64',
'uint32_t' : 'len|int32',
'int32_t' : 'len|int32',
'uint16_t' : 'len|int16',
'int16_t' : 'len|int16',
'uint8_t' : 'len|int8',
'int8_t' : 'len|int8',
if '[' in native_type and ']' in native_type:
return 'array'
# If we have a pointer to a struct object
elif 'struct ' in native_type:
if '*' in native_type:
return 'ptr|buffer|array'
return native_type.split(' ')[-1]
elif 'enum ' in native_type:
return native_type.split(' ')[-1]
# typedef types
return syzkaller_types.get(native_type, native_type)
body = ''
rows = []
for field in self.fr_list:
rows.append((field.field_identifier, _get_syzkaller_type(field.field_type), field.field_type))
maxcolwidth = lambda rows, x: max([len(row[x])+5 for row in rows])
col1_width = maxcolwidth(rows, 0)
col2_width = maxcolwidth(rows, 1)
for row in rows:
body += ' '*10 + '%s%s#(%s)\n' % (row[0].ljust(col1_width), row[1].ljust(col2_width), row[2])
return body
def get_fields(self):
Get a list of all fields in this struct.
return self.fr_list
def set_global_hierarchy(self, global_hierarchy):
Set a reference to the global heirarchy of structs. This is useful when unrolling
self.global_hierarchy = global_hierarchy
class FieldRepr(object):
This class is a container for a single item in a struct. field_type refers to the
type of the item. field_identifier refers to the name/label of the item. field_extra
is any item specific metadata. In cases where the field_type refers to another struct
(whose items we are aware of), field_extra points to its StructRepr instance. This is
used for struct unrolling in cases where an instance of "struct B" is an item inside
"struct A".
def __init__(self, field_type, field_identifier):
self._field_type = field_type
self._field_identifier = field_identifier
self._field_extra = None
def field_type(self):
'''Retrieve the field type.'''
return self._field_type
def field_type(self, field_type):
self._field_type = field_type
def field_identifier(self):
'''Retrieve the field identifier.'''
return self._field_identifier
def field_identifier(self, field_identifier):
self._field_identifier = field_identifier
def field_extra(self):
'''Retrieve any field specific metadata object.'''
return self._field_extra
def field_extra(self, field_extra):
self._field_extra = field_extra
class GlobalHierarchy(dict):
This class is a global container for structs and their items across a list
of header files. Each struct is stored key'd by the struct name, and represented
by an instance of `StructRepr`.
def __init__(self, filenames, loglvl=logging.INFO,
include_lines='', output_fmt=''):
super(GlobalHierarchy, self).__init__()
self.filenames = filenames
self.include_lines = include_lines
self.loglvl = loglvl
if self.filenames:
def __str__(self):
return self._output_syzkaller_fmt()
def _setuplogging(self):
self.logger = logging.getLogger(self.__class__.__name__)
formatter = logging.Formatter('DEBUG:%(name)s:%(message)s')
sh = logging.StreamHandler()
def _get_struct_name(struct_type):
return struct_type.split()[-1]
def _output_syzkaller_fmt(self):
return ''
def add_header_file(self, filename):
'''Add a header file to the list of headers we are about to parse.'''
def load_header_files(self):
Parse the list of header files and generate StructRepr instances to represent each
struct object. Maintain a global view of all structs.
self.logger.debug('load_header_files : %s', str(self.filenames))
struct_walker = StructWalker(filenames=self.filenames, include_lines=self.include_lines,
local_hierarchy = struct_walker.generate_local_hierarchy()
for struct_name in local_hierarchy:
fr_list = [FieldRepr(i[0], i[1]) for i in local_hierarchy[struct_name]]
sr = StructRepr(struct_name, fr_list, loglvl=self.loglvl)
self["struct %s" % (struct_name)] = sr
for struct_name in self.keys():
sr = self[struct_name]
for field in sr.get_fields():
# If the item is a struct object, we link it against an
# instance of its corresponding `sr`
if field.field_type in self:
field.field_extra = self[field.field_type]
def get_metadata_structs(self):
Generate metadata structs for all structs that this global namespace knows about.
metadata_structs = ""
for struct_name in sorted(self.keys()):
sr = self[struct_name]
metadata_structs += str(sr) + "\n"
return metadata_structs.strip()