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SubjectRe: [PATCH v3 1/1] runchecks: Generalize make C={1,2} to support multiple checkers
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On Thu, 04 Jan 2018, Knut Omang <knut.omang@oracle.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 2018-01-04 at 17:50 +0200, Jani Nikula wrote:
>> On Thu, 04 Jan 2018, Knut Omang <knut.omang@oracle.com> wrote:
>> > Add scripts/runchecks which has generic support for running
>> > checker tools in a convenient and user friendly way that
>> > the author hopes can contribute to rein in issues detected
>> > by these tools in a manageable and convenient way.
>> >
>> > scripts/runchecks provides the following basic functionality:
>> >
>> > * Makes it possible to selectively suppress output from individual
>> > checks on a per file or per subsystem basis.
>> > * Unifies output and suppression input from different tools
>> > by providing a single unified syntax and presentation for the
>> > underlying tools in the style of "scripts/checkpatch.pl --show-types".
>> > * Allows selective run of one, or more (or all) configured tools
>> > for each file.
>> >
>> > In the Makefile system, the sparse specific setup has been replaced
>> > by setup for runchecks.
>> >
>> > This version of runchecks together with a "global" configuration
>> > file in "scripts/runchecks.cfg" supports sparse, checkpatch, and checkdoc,
>> > a trivial abstraction above a call to 'kernel-doc -none'.
>> > It also supports forwarding calls to coccicheck for coccinelle support
>> > but this is not quite as worked through as the three other checkers,
>> > mainly because of lack of error data as all checks pass by default
>> > right now.
>> >
>> > The code is designed to be easily extensible to support more checkers
>> > as they emerge, and some generic checker support is even available
>> > just via simple additions to "scripts/runchecks.cfg".
>> >
>> > The runchecks program unifies configuration, processing
>> > and output for multiple checker tools to make them
>> > all run as part of the C=1 or C=2 option to make.
>> >
>> > Currently with full support and unified behaviour for
>> > sparse: sparse
>> > checkpatch: scripts/checkpatch.pl
>> > checkdoc: kernel-doc -none
>> >
>> > In principle supported but not unified in output(yet):
>> > coccinelle: scripts/coccicheck
>> >
>> > Introduces a new documentation section titled
>> > "Makefile support for running checkers"
>> >
>> > Also updates documentation for the make C= option
>> > in some other doc files, as the behaviour has
>> > been changed to be less sparse specific and more
>> > generic. The coccinelle documentation also had the
>> > behaviour of C=1 and C=2 swapped.
>>
>> I'm surprised the commit message and the provided documentation say
>> nothing about using CHECK=foo on the command line. That already supports
>> arbitrary checkers.
>
> The problem, highlighted by Jim Davis in
>
> https://lkml.org/lkml/2017/11/20/638
>
> is that the current solution isn't flexible enough - that discussion
> is what lead me to this reimplementation of what I originally intended
> to be a checkpatch only solution.
>
>> How does this relate to that? Is this supposed to be
>> a complete replacement? Or what?
>
> It has evolved into a complete replacement of the intention of CHECK.
>
>> 'make help' also references $CHECK, and this patch doesn't update the
>> help text.
>
> I realize now that this needs to be handled in some way due to the way I split the
> arguments with '--' - the intention was to keep it for bw compatibility.
>
> It would be good to know if people rely on using CHECK with C={1,2} for
> anything beside the checkers supported by runchecks today, if not,
> it could either be removed or simply replace by an expansion into a '--run:$CHECK'
> argument to runchecks
>
> Then runchecks' implicit method of declaring
>
> checker <checkername> <full-path-to-checker>
>
> in scripts/runchecks.cfg could be used for people with checkers that
> need no further input/output adaptation.
>
> Further suggestions appreciated on this matter.

FWIW, I'd think it would be sufficient the documentation ('make help'
and your runchecks.rst et al) gets updated to reflect the changes to
$CHECK. But up to whoever is the maintainer here.

>
>> > Signed-off-by: Knut Omang <knut.omang@oracle.com>
>> > Reviewed-by: Håkon Bugge <haakon.bugge@oracle.com>
>> > Reviewed-by: Åsmund Østvold <asmund.ostvold@oracle.com>
>> > Reviewed-by: John Haxby <john.haxby@oracle.com>
>> > ---
>> > Documentation/dev-tools/coccinelle.rst | 12 +-
>> > Documentation/dev-tools/index.rst | 1 +-
>> > Documentation/dev-tools/runchecks.rst | 215 ++++++++-
>> > Documentation/dev-tools/sparse.rst | 30 +-
>> > Documentation/kbuild/kbuild.txt | 9 +-
>> > Makefile | 23 +-
>> > scripts/Makefile.build | 4 +-
>> > scripts/runchecks | 734 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++-
>> > scripts/runchecks.cfg | 63 ++-
>> > scripts/runchecks_help.txt | 43 ++-
>>
>> Please get rid of runchecks_help.txt and use the usual python mechanisms
>> to specify and parse command line options, with their help texts,
>> including automated --help output. This keeps the implementation and the
>> help together, with hopes they'll actually stay in sync. Please don't
>> hand roll argument parsers in python.
>
> Hmm - I have been burnt by the use of unstable interfaces in Python before,
> when I needed it to work on a (Linux) system with Python v.2.6.x only
> - argparse was introduced in v.2.7. and alternative choices are not
> at all clear to me, see for instance:
>
> https://dmerej.info/blog/post/docopt-v-argparse/
>
> If this program was part of a "standalone" python project with a well defined python
> environment, I would probably have used argparse, which I have used in other projects.
>
> In fact I hesitated even to use python for this, because of fear of versioning issues..
> When I was tempted anyway, and after looking at the existing examples in scripts/
> ruling out python v.3.x, it felt safer to stay with the bare minimum of module
> features for this simple logic.
>
> I do feel confident that the benefits of python for this outweighs the drawbacks
> compared to my initial shell script implementation, or using perl or even C.
>
> Further advice on this appreciated,

Again, I can only offer my opinion of requiring Python v2.7 and using
argparse, but it doesn't carry much weight. Up to the kbuild
maintainers.

BR,
Jani.


>
> Thanks,
> Knut
>
>>
>> BR,
>> Jani.
>>
>> > 10 files changed, 1114 insertions(+), 20 deletions(-)
>> > create mode 100644 Documentation/dev-tools/runchecks.rst
>> > create mode 100755 scripts/runchecks
>> > create mode 100644 scripts/runchecks.cfg
>> > create mode 100644 scripts/runchecks_help.txt
>> >
>> > diff --git a/Documentation/dev-tools/coccinelle.rst b/Documentation/dev-
>> tools/coccinelle.rst
>> > index 94f41c2..c98cc44 100644
>> > --- a/Documentation/dev-tools/coccinelle.rst
>> > +++ b/Documentation/dev-tools/coccinelle.rst
>> > @@ -157,17 +157,19 @@ For example, to check drivers/net/wireless/ one may write::
>> >
>> > make coccicheck M=drivers/net/wireless/
>> >
>> > -To apply Coccinelle on a file basis, instead of a directory basis, the
>> > -following command may be used::
>> > +To apply Coccinelle as the only checker on a file basis,
>> > +instead of a directory basis, the following command may be used::
>> >
>> > - make C=1 CHECK="scripts/coccicheck"
>> > + make C=2 CF="--run:coccicheck"
>> >
>> > -To check only newly edited code, use the value 2 for the C flag, i.e.::
>> > +To check only newly edited code, use the value 1 for the C flag, i.e.::
>> >
>> > - make C=2 CHECK="scripts/coccicheck"
>> > + make C=1 CF="--run:coccicheck"
>> >
>> > In these modes, which works on a file basis, there is no information
>> > about semantic patches displayed, and no commit message proposed.
>> > +For more information about options in this calling mode, see
>> > +Documentation/dev-tools/runchecks.rst .
>> >
>> > This runs every semantic patch in scripts/coccinelle by default. The
>> > COCCI variable may additionally be used to only apply a single
>> > diff --git a/Documentation/dev-tools/index.rst b/Documentation/dev-tools/index.rst
>> > index e313925..cb4506d 100644
>> > --- a/Documentation/dev-tools/index.rst
>> > +++ b/Documentation/dev-tools/index.rst
>> > @@ -16,6 +16,7 @@ whole; patches welcome!
>> >
>> > coccinelle
>> > sparse
>> > + runchecks
>> > kcov
>> > gcov
>> > kasan
>> > diff --git a/Documentation/dev-tools/runchecks.rst b/Documentation/dev-
>> tools/runchecks.rst
>> > new file mode 100644
>> > index 0000000..1a43c05
>> > --- /dev/null
>> > +++ b/Documentation/dev-tools/runchecks.rst
>> > @@ -0,0 +1,215 @@
>> > +.. Copyright 2017 Knut Omang <knut.omang@oracle.com>
>> > +
>> > +Makefile support for running checkers
>> > +=====================================
>> > +
>> > +Tools like sparse, coccinelle, and scripts/checkpatch.pl are able to detect a
>> > +lot of syntactic and semantic issues with the code, and are also constantly
>> > +evolving and detecting more. In an ideal world, all source files should
>> > +adhere to whatever rules imposed by checkpatch.pl and sparse etc. with all
>> > +bells and whistles enabled, in a way that these checkers can be run as a reflex
>> > +by developers (and by bots) from the top level Makefile for every changing
>> > +source file. In the real world however there's a number of challenges:
>> > +
>> > +* Sometimes there are valid reasons for accepting violations of a checker
>> > + rule, even if that rule is a sensible one in the general case.
>> > +* Some subsystems have different restrictions and requirements.
>> > + (Ideally, the number of subsystems with differing restrictions and
>> > + requirements will diminish over time.)
>> > +* Similarly, the kernel contains a lot of code that predates the tools, or at
>> > + least some of the newer rules, and we would like these tools to evolve without
>> > + requiring the need to fix all issues detected with it in the same commit.
>> > + We also want to accommodate new tools, so that each new tool does not
>> > + have to reinvent its own mechanism for running checks.
>> > +* On the other hand, we want to make sure that files that are clean
>> > + (to some well defined extent, such as passing checkpatch or sparse
>> > + with checks only for certain important types of issues) keep being so.
>> > +
>> > +This is the purpose of ``scripts/runchecks``.
>> > +
>> > +The ``runchecks`` program looks for files named ``runchecks.cfg`` in the
>> > +``scripts`` directory, then in the directory hierarchy of the source file,
>> > +starting from where the source file is located, searching upwards. If at least
>> > +one such file exists in the source tree, ``runchecks`` parses a set of
>> > +rules from it, and uses them to determine how to invoke a set of individual
>> > +checker tools for a particular file. The kernel Makefile system supports
>> > +this feature as an integrated part of compiling the code, using the
>> > +``C={1,2}`` option. With::
>> > +
>> > + make C=1
>> > +
>> > +runchecks will be invoked if the file needs to be recompiled. With ::
>> > +
>> > + make C=2
>> > +
>> > +runchecks will be invoked for all source files, even if they do not need
>> > +recompiling. Based on the configuration, ``runchecks`` will invoke one or
>> > +more checkers. The number and types of checkers to run are configurable and
>> > +can also be selected on the command line::
>> > +
>> > + make C=2 CF="--run:sparse,checkpatch"
>> > +
>> > +If only one checker is run, any parameter that is not recognized by
>> > +``runchecks`` itself will be forwarded to the checker. If more than one checker
>> > +is enabled, parameters can be forwarded to a specific checker by means of
>> > +this syntax::
>> > +
>> > + make C=2 CF="--to-checkpatch:--terse"
>> > +
>> > +A comma separated list of parameters can be supplied if necessary.
>> > +
>> > +Supported syntax of the runchecks.cfg configuration file
>> > +--------------------------------------------------------
>> > +
>> > +The ``runchecks`` configuration file chain can be used to set policies and "rein in"
>> > +checker errors piece by piece for a particular subsystem or driver. It can
>> > +also be used to mitigate and extend checkers that do not support
>> > +selective suppression of all it's checks.
>> > +
>> > +Two classes of configuration are available. The first class is configuration
>> > +that defines what checkers are enabled, and some logic to allow better
>> > +suppression or a more unified output of warning messages.
>> > +This type of configuration should go into the first accessed
>> > +configuration file, and has been preconfigured for the currently supported
>> > +checkers in ``scripts/runchecks.cfg``. The second class is the features for
>> > +configuring the output of the checkers by selectively suppressing checks on
>> > +a per file or per check basis. These typically go in the source tree in
>> > +the directory of the source file or above. Some of the syntax is generic
>> > +and some is only supported by some checkers.
>> > +
>> > +For the first class of configuration the following syntax is supported::
>> > +
>> > + # comments
>> > + checker checkpatch [command]
>> > + addflags <list of extra flags and parameters>
>> > + cflags
>> > + typedef NAME <regular expression>
>> > + run [checker list|all]
>> > +
>> > +The ``checker`` command switches ``runchecks``'s attention to a particular
>> > +checker. The following commands until the next ``checker`` statement
>> > +apply to that particular checker. The first occurrence of ``checker``
>> > +also serves as a potentially defining operation, if the checker name
>> > +has not been preconfigured. In that case, a second parameter can be used
>> > +to provide the name of the command used to run the checker.
>> > +A full checker integration into runchecks will typically require some
>> > +additions to runchecks, and will then have been preconfigured,
>> > +but simple checkers might just be configured on the fly.
>> > +
>> > +The ``addflags`` command incrementally adds more flags and parameters to
>> > +the command line used to invoke the checker. This applies to all
>> > +invocations of the checker from runchecks.
>> > +
>> > +The ``cflags`` command forwards all the flags and options passed to
>> > +the compiler invocation to the checker. The default is to suppress these
>> > +parameters when invoking the checker.
>> > +
>> > +The ``typedef`` command adds ``NAME`` and associates it with the given regular
>> > +expression. This expression is used to match against standard error output from
>> > +the checker. In the kernel tree, ``NAME`` can then be used in local
>> > +``runcheck.cfg`` files as a new named check that runchecks understands and that
>> > +can be used with checker supported names below to selectively suppress that
>> > +particular set of warning or error messages. This is useful to handle output
>> > +checks for which the underlying checker does not provide any suppression. Check
>> > +type namespaces are separate for the individual checkers. You can list the state
>> > +of the built in and configured checker and check types with::
>> > +
>> > + scripts/runchecks --list
>> > +
>> > +The checker implementations of the ``typedef`` command also allow runchecks to
>> > +perform some unification of output by rewriting the output lines, and use of the
>> > +new type names in the error output, to ease the process of updating the
>> > +runchecks.cfg files. It also adds some limited optional color support. Having
>> > +a unified representation of the error output also makes it much easier to do
>> > +statistics or other operations on top of an aggregated output from several
>> > +checkers.
>> > +
>> > +For the second class of configuration the following syntax is supported::
>> > +
>> > + # comments
>> > + checker checker_name
>> > + except check_type [files ...]
>> > + pervasive check_type1 [check_type2 ...]
>> > + line_len <n>
>> > +
>> > +The ``except`` directive takes a check type such as for example
>> > +``MACRO_ARG_REUSE``, and a set of files that should not be subject to this
>> > +particular check type. The ``pervasive`` command disables the listed types
>> > +of checks for all the files in the subtree. The ``except`` and
>> > +``pervasive`` directives can be used cumulatively to add more exceptions.
>> > +The ``line_len`` directive defines the upper bound of characters per line
>> > +tolerated in this directory. Currently only ``checkpatch`` supports this
>> > +command.
>> > +
>> > +Options when running checker programs from make
>> > +-----------------------------------------------
>> > +
>> > +A make variable ``CF`` allows passing additional parameters to
>> > +``runchecks``. You can for instance use::
>> > +
>> > + make C=2 CF="--run:checkpatch --fix-inplace"
>> > +
>> > +to run only the ``checkpatch`` checker, and to have checkpatch try to fix
>> > +issues it finds - *make sure you have a clean git tree and carefully review
>> > +the output afterwards!* Combine this with selectively enabling of types of
>> > +errors via changes under ``checker checkpatch`` to the local
>> > +``runchecks.cfg``, and you can focus on fixing up errors subsystem or
>> > +driver by driver on a type by type basis.
>> > +
>> > +By default runchecks will skip all files if a ``runchecks.cfg`` file cannot
>> > +be found in the directory of the file or in the tree above. This is to
>> > +allow builds with ``C=2`` to pass even for subsystems that have not yet done
>> > +anything to rein in checker errors. At some point when all subsystems and
>> > +drivers either have fixed all checker errors or added proper
>> > +``runchecks.cfg`` files, this can be changed.
>> > +Note that the runchecks.cfg file in the scripts/ directory is special, in that
>> > +it can be present without triggering checker runs in the main kernel tree.
>> > +
>> > +To force runchecks to run a full run in directories/trees where runchecks
>> > +does not find a ``runchecks.cfg`` file as well, use::
>> > +
>> > + make C=2 CF="-f"
>> > +
>> > +If you like to see all the warnings and errors produced by the checkers, ignoring
>> > +any runchecks.cfg files except the one under ``scripts``, you can use::
>> > +
>> > + make C=2 CF="-n"
>> > +
>> > +or for a specific module directory::
>> > +
>> > + make C=2 M=drivers/infiniband/core CF="--color -n -w"
>> > +
>> > +with the -w option to ``runchecks`` to suppress errors from any of the
>> > +checkers and just continue on, and the ``--color`` option to present errors
>> > +with colors where supported.
>> > +
>> > +Ever tightening checker rules
>> > +-----------------------------
>> > +
>> > +Commit the changes to the relevant ``runchecks.cfg`` together with the code
>> > +changes that fixes a particular type of issue, this will allow automatic
>> > +checker running by default. This way we can ensure that new errors of that
>> > +particular type do not inadvertently sneak in again! This can be done at
>> > +any subsystem or module maintainer's discretion and at the right time
>> > +without having to do it all at the same time.
>> > +
>> > +Before submitting your changes, verify that a full "make C=2" passes
>> > +with no errors.
>> > +
>> > +Extending and improving checker support in ``runchecks``
>> > +--------------------------------------------------------
>> > +
>> > +The runchecks program has been written with extensibility in mind.
>> > +If the checker starts its reporting lines with filename:lineno, there's a
>> > +good chance that a new checker can simply be added by adding::
>> > +
>> > + checker mychecker path_to_mychecker
>> > +
>> > +to ``scripts/runchecks.cfg`` and suitable ``typedef`` expressions to provide
>> > +selective suppressions of output, however it is likely that some quirks are
>> > +needed to make the new checker behave similarly to the others, and to support
>> > +the full set of features, such as the ``--list`` option. This is done by
>> > +implementing a new subclass of the Checker class in ``runchecks``. This is the
>> > +way all the available default supported checkers are implemented, and those
>> > +relatively lean implementations could serve as examples for support for future
>> > +checkers.
>> > diff --git a/Documentation/dev-tools/sparse.rst b/Documentation/dev-tools/sparse.rst
>> > index 78aa00a..e3e8b27 100644
>> > --- a/Documentation/dev-tools/sparse.rst
>> > +++ b/Documentation/dev-tools/sparse.rst
>> > @@ -101,5 +101,31 @@ recompiled, or use "make C=2" to run sparse on the files whether
>> they need to
>> > be recompiled or not. The latter is a fast way to check the whole tree if you
>> > have already built it.
>> >
>> > -The optional make variable CF can be used to pass arguments to sparse. The
>> > -build system passes -Wbitwise to sparse automatically.
>> > +The "make C={1,2}" form of kernel make indirectly calls sparse via "runchecks",
>> > +which dependent on configuration and command line options may dispatch calls to
>> > +other checkers in addition to sparse. Details on how this works is covered
>> > +in Documentation/dev-tools/runchecks.rst .
>> > +
>> > +The optional make variable CF can be used to pass arguments to runchecks for dispatch
>> > +to sparse. If sparse is the only tool enabled, any option not recognized by
>> > +runchecks will be forwarded to sparse. If more than one tool is active, you must
>> > +add the parameters you want sparse to get as a comma separated list prefixed by
>> > +``--to-sparse:``. If you want sparse to be the only checker run, and you want
>> > +some nice colored output, you can specify this as::
>> > +
>> > + make C=2 CF="--run:sparse --color"
>> > +
>> > +This will cause sparse to be called for all files which are supported by a valid
>> > +runchecks configuration (again see Documentation/dev-tools/runchecks.rst for
>> > +details). If you want to run sparse on all files and ignore any missing
>> > +configuration files(s), just add ``-n`` to the list of options passed to
>> > +runchecks. This will cause runchecks to call sparse with all errors enabled for
>> > +all files even if no valid configuration is found in the tree for the source files.
>> > +
>> > +By default "runchecks" is set to enable all sparse errors, but you can
>> > +configure what checks to be applied by sparse on a per file or per subsystem
>> > +basis. With the above invocation, make will fail and stop on the first file
>> > +encountered with sparse errors or warnings in it. If you want to continue
>> > +anyway, you can use::
>> > +
>> > + make C=2 CF="--run:sparse --color -w"
>> > diff --git a/Documentation/kbuild/kbuild.txt b/Documentation/kbuild/kbuild.txt
>> > index ac2363e..260e688 100644
>> > --- a/Documentation/kbuild/kbuild.txt
>> > +++ b/Documentation/kbuild/kbuild.txt
>> > @@ -103,10 +103,13 @@ CROSS_COMPILE is also used for ccache in some setups.
>> >
>> > CF
>> > --------------------------------------------------
>> > -Additional options for sparse.
>> > -CF is often used on the command-line like this:
>> > +Additional options for runchecks, the generic checker runner.
>> > +CF is often used on the command-line for instance like this:
>> >
>> > - make CF=-Wbitwise C=2
>> > + make C=2 CF="--run:sparse --color -w"
>> > +
>> > +to run the sparse tool only, and to use colored output and continue on warnings
>> > +or errors.
>> >
>> > INSTALL_PATH
>> > --------------------------------------------------
>> > diff --git a/Makefile b/Makefile
>> > index eb1f597..bba07b9 100644
>> > --- a/Makefile
>> > +++ b/Makefile
>> > @@ -159,14 +159,22 @@ ifeq ($(skip-makefile),)
>> > # so that IDEs/editors are able to understand relative filenames.
>> > MAKEFLAGS += --no-print-directory
>> >
>> > -# Call a source code checker (by default, "sparse") as part of the
>> > -# C compilation.
>> > +# Do source code checking as part of the C compilation.
>> > +#
>> > #
>> > # Use 'make C=1' to enable checking of only re-compiled files.
>> > # Use 'make C=2' to enable checking of *all* source files, regardless
>> > # of whether they are re-compiled or not.
>> > #
>> > -# See the file "Documentation/dev-tools/sparse.rst" for more details,
>> > +# Source code checking is done via the runchecks script, which
>> > +# has knowledge of each individual cheker and how it wants to be called,
>> > +# as well as options for rules as to which checks that are applicable
>> > +# to different parts of the kernel, at source file granularity.
>> > +#
>> > +# Several types of checking is available, and custom checkers can also
>> > +# be added.
>> > +#
>> > +# See the file "Documentation/dev-tools/runchecks.rst" for more details,
>> > # including where to get the "sparse" utility.
>> >
>> > ifeq ("$(origin C)", "command line")
>> > @@ -383,10 +391,9 @@ INSTALLKERNEL := installkernel
>> > DEPMOD = /sbin/depmod
>> > PERL = perl
>> > PYTHON = python
>> > -CHECK = sparse
>> >
>> > -CHECKFLAGS := -D__linux__ -Dlinux -D__STDC__ -Dunix -D__unix__ \
>> > - -Wbitwise -Wno-return-void $(CF)
>> > +CHECK = $(srctree)/scripts/runchecks
>> > +CHECKFLAGS =
>> > NOSTDINC_FLAGS =
>> > CFLAGS_MODULE =
>> > AFLAGS_MODULE =
>> > @@ -429,7 +436,7 @@ GCC_PLUGINS_CFLAGS :=
>> > export ARCH SRCARCH CONFIG_SHELL HOSTCC HOSTCFLAGS CROSS_COMPILE AS LD CC
>> > export CPP AR NM STRIP OBJCOPY OBJDUMP HOSTLDFLAGS HOST_LOADLIBES
>> > export MAKE AWK GENKSYMS INSTALLKERNEL PERL PYTHON UTS_MACHINE
>> > -export HOSTCXX HOSTCXXFLAGS LDFLAGS_MODULE CHECK CHECKFLAGS
>> > +export HOSTCXX HOSTCXXFLAGS LDFLAGS_MODULE CHECK CHECK_CFLAGS CHECKFLAGS
>> >
>> > export KBUILD_CPPFLAGS NOSTDINC_FLAGS LINUXINCLUDE OBJCOPYFLAGS LDFLAGS
>> > export KBUILD_CFLAGS CFLAGS_KERNEL CFLAGS_MODULE CFLAGS_KASAN CFLAGS_UBSAN
>> > @@ -778,7 +785,7 @@ endif
>> >
>> > # arch Makefile may override CC so keep this after arch Makefile is included
>> > NOSTDINC_FLAGS += -nostdinc -isystem $(call shell-cached,$(CC) -print-file-
>> name=include)
>> > -CHECKFLAGS += $(NOSTDINC_FLAGS)
>> > +CHECK_CFLAGS += $(NOSTDINC_FLAGS)
>> >
>> > # warn about C99 declaration after statement
>> > KBUILD_CFLAGS += $(call cc-option,-Wdeclaration-after-statement,)
>> > diff --git a/scripts/Makefile.build b/scripts/Makefile.build
>> > index cb8997e..13325b3 100644
>> > --- a/scripts/Makefile.build
>> > +++ b/scripts/Makefile.build
>> > @@ -93,10 +93,10 @@ __build: $(if $(KBUILD_BUILTIN),$(builtin-target) $(lib-target)
>> $(extra-y)) \
>> > ifneq ($(KBUILD_CHECKSRC),0)
>> > ifeq ($(KBUILD_CHECKSRC),2)
>> > quiet_cmd_force_checksrc = CHECK $<
>> > - cmd_force_checksrc = $(CHECK) $(CHECKFLAGS) $(c_flags) $< ;
>> > + cmd_force_checksrc = $(CHECK) $(CF) $< -- $(CHECKFLAGS) $(c_flags);
>> > else
>> > quiet_cmd_checksrc = CHECK $<
>> > - cmd_checksrc = $(CHECK) $(CHECKFLAGS) $(c_flags) $< ;
>> > + cmd_checksrc = $(CHECK) $(CF) $< -- $(CHECKFLAGS) $(c_flags);
>> > endif
>> > endif
>> >
>> > diff --git a/scripts/runchecks b/scripts/runchecks
>> > new file mode 100755
>> > index 0000000..4dd2969
>> > --- /dev/null
>> > +++ b/scripts/runchecks
>> > @@ -0,0 +1,734 @@
>> > +#!/usr/bin/python
>> > +
>> > +# SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0
>> > +#
>> > +# Copyright (c) 2017, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
>> > +# Author: Knut Omang <knut.omang@oracle.com>
>> > +#
>> > +# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
>> > +# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2
>> > +# as published by the Free Software Foundation.
>> > +
>> > +# The program implements a generic and extensible code checker runner
>> > +# that supports running various checker tools from the kernel Makefile
>> > +# or standalone, with options for selectively suppressing individual
>> > +# checks on a per file or per check basis.
>> > +#
>> > +# The program has some generic support for checkers, but to implement
>> > +# support for a new checker to the full extent, it might be necessary to
>> > +# 1) subclass the Checker class in this file with checker specific processing.
>> > +# 2) add typedef definitions in runchecks.cfg in this directory
>> > +#
>> > +# This version of runchecks has full support for the following tools:
>> > +# sparse: installed separately
>> > +# checkpatch: checkpatch.pl
>> > +# checkdoc: kernel-doc -none
>> > +#
>> > +# See file "Documentation/dev-tools/runchecks.rst" for more details
>> > +#
>> > +
>> > +import sys, os, subprocess, fcntl, select, re
>> > +from os.path import dirname, basename
>> > +
>> > +class CheckError(Exception):
>> > + def __init__(self, value):
>> > + self.value = value
>> > + def __str__(self):
>> > + return self.value
>> > +
>> > +def usage():
>> > + manual = os.path.join(srctree, "scripts/runchecks_help.txt")
>> > + f = open(manual, "r")
>> > + for line in f:
>> > + sys.stdout.write(line)
>> > + f.close()
>> > + print ""
>> > + print "Configured checkers:"
>> > + for (c, v) in checker_types.iteritems():
>> > + enabled = "[default disabled]"
>> > + for c_en in config.checkers:
>> > + if c_en.name == c:
>> > + enabled = ""
>> > + break
>> > + print " %-20s %s" % (c, enabled)
>> > + exit(1)
>> > +
>> > +
>> > +# A small configuration file parser:
>> > +#
>> > +class Config:
>> > + def __init__(self, srctree, workdir, filename):
>> > + self.path = []
>> > + self.relpath = {}
>> > + relpath = ""
>> > +
>> > + # Look for a global config file in the scripts directory:
>> > + file = os.path.join(srctree, "scripts/%s" % filename)
>> > + if os.path.exists(file):
>> > + self.path.append(file)
>> > + self.relpath[file] = relpath
>> > +
>> > + while not ignore_config:
>> > + self.file = os.path.join(workdir,filename)
>> > + if os.path.exists(self.file):
>> > + self.path.append(self.file)
>> > + self.relpath[self.file] = relpath
>> > + if len(workdir) <= len(srctree):
>> > + break
>> > + relpath = "%s/%s" % (basename(workdir), relpath)
>> > + workdir = dirname(workdir)
>> > +
>> > + self.checkers = []
>> > + self.cur_chk = None
>> > + self.color = False
>> > + self.list_only = False
>> > +
>> > + self.command = {
>> > + "checker" : self.checker,
>> > + "addflags" : self.addflags,
>> > + "run" : self.runlist,
>> > + "except" : self.exception,
>> > + "pervasive" : self.pervasive,
>> > + "cflags" : self.cflags,
>> > + "typedef" : self.typedef
>> > + }
>> > +
>> > + if verbose:
>> > + print " ** runchecks: config path: %s" % self.path
>> > + for f in self.path:
>> > + self.ParseConfig(f)
>> > +
>> > + def checker(self, argv):
>> > + try:
>> > + self.cur_chk = checker_types[argv[0]]
>> > + except KeyError:
>> > + if len(argv) < 2:
>> > + d1 = "generic checker configurations!"
>> > + raise CheckError("%s:%d: use 'checker %s command' for %s" % \
>> > + (self.file, self.lineno, argv[0], d1))
>> > +
>> > + AddChecker(Checker(argv[0], argv[1], srctree, workdir))
>> > + self.cur_chk = checker_types[argv[0]]
>> > +
>> > + def addflags(self, argv):
>> > + self.cur_chk.addflags(argv)
>> > +
>> > + def exception(self, argv):
>> > + type = argv[0]
>> > + if self.cur_chk:
>> > + relpath = self.relpath[self.file]
>> > + self.cur_chk.exception(type, relpath, argv[1:])
>> > + else:
>> > + raise CheckError("%s:%d: checker has not been set" % (self.file,
>> self.lineno))
>> > +
>> > + def pervasive(self, argv):
>> > + self.cur_chk.pervasive(argv)
>> > +
>> > + def runlist(self, argv):
>> > + try:
>> > + for c in argv:
>> > + self.checkers.append(checker_types[c])
>> > + except KeyError, k:
>> > + if str(k) == "'all'":
>> > + self.checkers = checker_types.values()
>> > + else:
>> > + available = "\n -- avaliable checkers are: %s" %
>> ",".join(checker_types.keys())
>> > + raise CheckError("Checker %s not found - not configured?%s" %
>> (str(k), available))
>> > +
>> > + def cflags(self, argv):
>> > + self.cur_chk.cflags = True
>> > +
>> > + def typedef(self, argv):
>> > + self.cur_chk.typedef(argv)
>> > +
>> > + # Parse one configuration file in the configuration file list:
>> > + #
>> > + def ParseConfig(self, file):
>> > + f = open(file, 'r')
>> > + self.file = file
>> > + self.lineno = 0
>> > + for line in f:
>> > + self.lineno = self.lineno + 1
>> > + token = line.split()
>> > + if len(token) < 1:
>> > + continue
>> > + if token[0][0] == '#':
>> > + continue
>> > + try:
>> > + self.command[token[0]](token[1:])
>> > + except KeyError:
>> > + if not self.cur_chk:
>> > + raise CheckError("%s:%s: checker has not been set" % (self.file,
>> self.lineno))
>> > + self.cur_chk.ParseOptional(token[0], token[1:])
>> > + except AttributeError:
>> > + if not self.cur_chk:
>> > + raise CheckError("%s:%s: checker has not been set" % (self.file,
>> self.lineno))
>> > +
>> > + f.close()
>> > + self.cur_chk = None
>> > +
>> > + # Option forwarding to checkers
>> > + # and optional selection of which checkers to run:
>> > + def ProcessOpts(self, opts):
>> > + for opt in opts:
>> > + if opt == "--color":
>> > + self.color = True
>> > + continue
>> > + elif opt == "--list":
>> > + self.list_only = True
>> > + continue
>> > + elif opt == "--help":
>> > + usage_only = True
>> > +
>> > + fw = re.match("^--to-(\w+):(.*)$", opt)
>> > + if fw:
>> > + try:
>> > + cname = fw.group(1)
>> > + checker = checker_types[cname]
>> > + except:
>> > + raise CheckError("Unknown checker '%s' specified in option '%s'"
>> % (cname, opt))
>> > + newargs = fw.group(2).split(',')
>> > + checker.cmdvec += newargs
>> > + if verbose:
>> > + print "Added extra args for %s: %s" % (cname, newargs)
>> > + continue
>> > +
>> > + runopt = re.match("^--run:(.*)$", opt)
>> > + if runopt:
>> > + clist = runopt.group(1).split(",")
>> > + # Command line override: reset list of checkers
>> > + self.checkers = []
>> > + self.runlist(clist)
>> > + continue
>> > +
>> > + if len(self.checkers) == 1:
>> > + # If only one checker enabled, just pass everything we don't know
>> about through:
>> > + self.checkers[0].cmdvec.append(opt)
>> > + else:
>> > + raise CheckError("Unknown option '%s'" % opt)
>> > +
>> > + # We always expect at least one config file that sets up the active checkers:
>> > + #
>> > + def HasPathConfig(self):
>> > + return len(self.path) > 1
>> > +
>> > +
>> > +# The base class for checkers:
>> > +# For specific support a particular checker, implement a subclass of this:
>> > +#
>> > +class Checker:
>> > + def __init__(self, name, cmd, srctree, workdir, ofilter = None, efilter = None):
>> > + self.name = name
>> > + self.srctree = srctree
>> > + self.workdir = workdir
>> > + self.efilter = efilter
>> > + if ofilter:
>> > + self.ofilter = ofilter
>> > + else:
>> > + self.ofilter = self.suppress
>> > + self.strout = ""
>> > + self.strerr = ""
>> > + self.cflags = False
>> > + if cmd[0:7] == "scripts":
>> > + cmd = os.path.join(self.srctree, cmd)
>> > + self.cmd = cmd
>> > + self.cmdvec = cmd.split()
>> > + self.pervasive_opts = [] # "global" ignore list
>> > + self.exceptions = [] # exception list for this file
>> > + self.file_except = [] # Aggregated list of check types to ignore for this
>> file
>> > + self.re_except_def = {} # check_type -> <regex to match it in stderr>
>> > + self.doc = {} # Used when parsing documentation: check type
>> -> doc string
>> > + self.cont = []
>> > + self.last_ignore = False
>> > + self.unclassified = 0 # With RegexFilter: Number of "red" lines not
>> classified
>> > +
>> > + def filter_env(self, dict):
>> > + return dict
>> > +
>> > + def readline(self, is_stdout, fd):
>> > + tmp_str = ""
>> > + try:
>> > + s = os.read(fd, 1000)
>> > + while s != '':
>> > + tmp_str += s
>> > + s = os.read(fd, 1)
>> > + except OSError:
>> > + None
>> > +
>> > + if is_stdout:
>> > + self.strout += tmp_str
>> > + tmp_str = self.strout
>> > + else:
>> > + self.strerr += tmp_str
>> > + tmp_str = self.strerr
>> > +
>> > + inx = tmp_str.find('\n') + 1
>> > + if inx != 0:
>> > + t = tmp_str[:inx]
>> > + if is_stdout:
>> > + self.strout = tmp_str[inx:]
>> > + else:
>> > + self.strerr = tmp_str[inx:]
>> > + else:
>> > + return ''
>> > + return t
>> > +
>> > + def SetNonblocking(self, fd):
>> > + fl = fcntl.fcntl(fd, fcntl.F_GETFL)
>> > + try:
>> > + fcntl.fcntl(fd, fcntl.F_SETFL, fl | os.O_NDELAY)
>> > + except AttributeError:
>> > + fcntl.fcntl(fd, fcntl.F_SETFL, fl | fcntl.FNDELAY)
>> > +
>> > + def Run(self, file, verbose):
>> > + cmdvec = self.cmdvec
>> > + if self.cflags:
>> > + cmdvec += c_argv
>> > + if not force:
>> > + self.file_except = set(self.exceptions + self.pervasive_opts)
>> > + self.Postprocess()
>> > + if not file:
>> > + raise CheckError("error: missing file parameter")
>> > + cmdvec.append(file)
>> > + if debug:
>> > + print " ** running %s: %s" % (self.name, " ".join(cmdvec))
>> > + elif verbose:
>> > + print " -- checker %s --" % self.name
>> > + try:
>> > + ret = self.RunCommand(cmdvec, self.ofilter, self.efilter)
>> > + except OSError, e:
>> > + if re.match(".*No such file or directory", str(e)):
>> > + if len(config.checkers) == 1:
>> > + raise CheckError("Failed to run checker %s: %s: %s" % (self.name,
>> self.cmd, str(e)))
>> > + if verbose:
>> > + print " ** %s does not exist - ignoring %s **" % (self.name,
>> self.cmd)
>> > + return 0
>> > + ret = self.PostRun(ret)
>> > + return ret
>> > +
>> > + def RunCommand(self, cmdvec, ofilter, efilter):
>> > + my_env = self.filter_env(os.environ)
>> > + child = subprocess.Popen(cmdvec, shell = False, \
>> > + stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.PIPE, cwd=".",
>> env=my_env)
>> > + sout = child.stdout
>> > + serr = child.stderr
>> > + ofd = sout.fileno()
>> > + efd = serr.fileno()
>> > + oeof = False
>> > + eeof = False
>> > + check_errors = []
>> > + self.SetNonblocking(ofd)
>> > + self.SetNonblocking(efd)
>> > + while True:
>> > + ready = select.select([ofd,efd],[],[],0.1)
>> > + if ofd in ready[0]:
>> > + if child.poll() != None:
>> > + oeof = True
>> > + oline = self.readline(True, ofd)
>> > + while oline != '':
>> > + if ofilter:
>> > + ofilter(oline, verbose)
>> > + else:
>> > + sys.stdout.write(oline)
>> > + oline = self.readline(True, ofd)
>> > + if efd in ready[0]:
>> > + if child.poll() != None:
>> > + eeof = True
>> > + eline = self.readline(False, efd)
>> > + while eline != '':
>> > + if efilter:
>> > + check_err = efilter(eline, verbose)
>> > + if check_err != None:
>> > + check_errors.append(check_err)
>> > + else:
>> > + sys.stderr.write(eline)
>> > + eline = self.readline(False, efd)
>> > + if oeof and eeof:
>> > + break
>> > + serr.close()
>> > + sout.close()
>> > + retcode = child.wait()
>> > + if check_errors != []:
>> > + estr = "".join(check_errors)
>> > + if estr != "":
>> > + sys.stderr.write(estr)
>> > + if not retcode:
>> > + retcode = 131
>> > + else:
>> > + if verbose:
>> > + print "%s ** %d suppressed errors/warnings from %s%s" % (BLUE,
>> len(check_errors), self.name, ENDCOLOR)
>> > + retcode = 0
>> > + return retcode
>> > +
>> > + def ParseOptional(self, cmd, argv):
>> > + raise CheckError("Undefined command '%s' for checker '%s'" % (cmd,
>> self.name))
>> > +
>> > + # Called as final step before running the checker:
>> > + def Postprocess(self):
>> > + # Do nothing - just for redefinition in subclasses
>> > + return
>> > +
>> > + # Called as a post processing step after running the checker:
>> > + # Input parameter is return value from Run()
>> > + def PostRun(self, retval):
>> > + # Do nothing - just for redefinition in subclasses
>> > + return retval
>> > +
>> > + # Default standard output filter:
>> > + def suppress(self, line, verbose):
>> > + if verbose:
>> > + sys.stdout.write(line)
>> > +
>> > + # A matching filter for stderr:
>> > + def RegexFilter(self, line, verbose):
>> > + if self.cont:
>> > + m = re.match(self.cont[0], line)
>> > + self.cont = self.cont[1:]
>> > + if m:
>> > + if self.last_ignore:
>> > + return ""
>> > + else:
>> > + return line
>> > +
>> > + for t, regex in self.re_except_def.iteritems():
>> > + r = "^(.*:\d+:)\s(\w+:)\s(%s.*)$" % regex[0]
>> > + m = re.match(r, line)
>> > + if m:
>> > + if len(regex) > 1:
>> > + self.cont = regex[1:]
>> > + if t in self.file_except:
>> > + self.last_ignore = True
>> > + return ""
>> > + else:
>> > + self.last_ignore = False
>> > + return "%s%s %s:%s%s%s: %s %s\n" % (BROWN, m.group(1),
>> self.name.upper(), BLUE, t, ENDCOLOR, m.group(2), m.group(3))
>> > + self.unclassified = self.unclassified + 1
>> > + return RED + line + ENDCOLOR
>> > +
>> > + def ListTypes(self):
>> > + if len(self.re_except_def) > 0:
>> > + print BLUE + BOLD + " Check types declared for %s in runchecks
>> configuration%s" % (self.name, ENDCOLOR)
>> > + for t, regex in self.re_except_def.iteritems():
>> > + print "\t%-22s %s" % (t, "\\n".join(regex))
>> > + if len(self.re_except_def) > 0:
>> > + print ""
>> > + return 0
>> > +
>> > + def addflags(self, argv):
>> > + self.cmdvec += argv
>> > +
>> > + def exception(self, type, relpath, argv):
>> > + for f in argv:
>> > + if f == ("%s%s" % (relpath, bfile)):
>> > + self.exceptions.append(type)
>> > +
>> > + def pervasive(self, argv):
>> > + self.pervasive_opts += argv
>> > +
>> > + def typedef(self, argv):
>> > + exp = " ".join(argv[1:])
>> > + elist = exp.split("\\n")
>> > + self.re_except_def[argv[0]] = elist
>> > +
>> > +
>> > +# Individual checker implementations:
>> > +#
>> > +
>> > +# checkpatch
>> > +class CheckpatchRunner(Checker):
>> > + def __init__(self, srctree, workdir):
>> > + Checker.__init__(self, "checkpatch", "scripts/checkpatch.pl", srctree,
>> workdir)
>> > + self.cmdvec.append("--file")
>> > + self.line_len = 0
>> > + # checkpatch sends all it's warning and error output to stdout,
>> > + # redirect and do limited filtering:
>> > + self.ofilter = self.out_filter
>> > +
>> > + def ParseOptional(self, cmd, argv):
>> > + if cmd == "line_len":
>> > + self.line_len = int(argv[0])
>> > + else:
>> > + Checker.ParseOptional(self, cmd, argv)
>> > +
>> > + def Postprocess(self):
>> > + if config.color:
>> > + self.cmdvec.append("--color=always")
>> > + if self.line_len:
>> > + self.cmdvec.append("--max-line-length=%d" % self.line_len)
>> > + if self.file_except:
>> > + self.cmdvec.append("--ignore=%s" % ",".join(self.file_except))
>> > +
>> > + # Extracting a condensed doc of types to filter on:
>> > + def man_filter(self, line, verbose):
>> > + t = line.split()
>> > + if len(t) > 1 and t[1] != "Message":
>> > + sys.stdout.write("\t%s\n" % t[1])
>> > +
>> > + def out_filter(self, line, verbose):
>> > + # --terse produces this message even with no errors,
>> > + # suppress unless run with -v:
>> > + if not verbose and re.match("^total: 0 errors, 0 warnings, 0 checks,", line):
>> > + return
>> > + sys.write.stderr(line)
>> > +
>> > + def ListTypes(self):
>> > + print BLUE + BOLD + " Supported check types for checkpatch" + ENDCOLOR
>> > + # Parse help output:
>> > + cmdvec = ["%s/scripts/checkpatch.pl" % self.srctree, "--list-types"]
>> > + self.RunCommand(cmdvec, self.man_filter, None)
>> > + print ""
>> > + return 0
>> > +
>> > +# sparse
>> > +class SparseRunner(Checker):
>> > + def __init__(self, srctree, workdir):
>> > + Checker.__init__(self, "sparse", "sparse", srctree, workdir)
>> > + self.efilter = self.RegexFilter
>> > +
>> > + def sparse_name(self, rs_type):
>> > + l_name = rs_type.lower()
>> > + s_name = ""
>> > + for c in l_name:
>> > + if c == '_':
>> > + s_name += '-'
>> > + else:
>> > + s_name += c
>> > + return s_name
>> > +
>> > + def runchecks_name(self, sparse_type):
>> > + u_name = sparse_type.upper()
>> > + rc_name =""
>> > + for c in u_name:
>> > + if c == '-':
>> > + rc_name += '_'
>> > + else:
>> > + rc_name += c
>> > + return rc_name
>> > +
>> > + def Postprocess(self):
>> > + if self.file_except:
>> > + for e in self.file_except:
>> > + self.cmdvec.append("-Wno-%s" % self.sparse_name(e))
>> > +
>> > + # Extracting a condensed doc of types to filter on:
>> > + def man_filter(self, line, verbose):
>> > + if self.doc_next:
>> > + doc = line.strip()
>> > + self.doc[self.doc_next] = doc
>> > + self.doc_next = False
>> > + return
>> > + match = re.search("^\s+-W([\w-]+)\s*$", line)
>> > + if match:
>> > + name = match.group(1)
>> > + if re.match("sparse-", name):
>> > + return
>> > + rs_type = self.runchecks_name(name)
>> > + self.doc_next = rs_type
>> > +
>> > + def ListTypes(self):
>> > + # Parse manual output:
>> > + cmdvec = ["man", "sparse"]
>> > + self.doc_next = False
>> > + ret = self.RunCommand(cmdvec, self.man_filter, None)
>> > + if ret:
>> > + return ret
>> > + print BLUE + BOLD + "\n Types derived from sparse from documentation in
>> manpage" + ENDCOLOR
>> > + for t, doc in self.doc.iteritems():
>> > + print "\t%-22s %s" % (t, doc)
>> > + try:
>> > + regex = self.re_except_def[t]
>> > + print "\t%-22s %s" % ("", GREEN + "\\n".join(regex) + ENDCOLOR)
>> > + except:
>> > + print "\t%-22s %s" % ("", RED + "(regex match (typedef) missing)" +
>> ENDCOLOR)
>> > + print BLUE + BOLD + "\n Types for sparse only declared for runchecks or not
>> documented in manpage" + ENDCOLOR
>> > + for t, regex in self.re_except_def.iteritems():
>> > + try:
>> > + self.doc[t]
>> > + except:
>> > + print "\t%-22s %s" % (t, GREEN + "\\n".join(regex) + ENDCOLOR)
>> > + print ""
>> > + return 0
>> > +
>> > +# checkdoc
>> > +class CheckdocRunner(Checker):
>> > + def __init__(self, srctree, workdir):
>> > + Checker.__init__(self, "checkdoc", "scripts/kernel-doc", srctree, workdir)
>> > + self.cmdvec.append("-none")
>> > + self.efilter = self.RegexFilter
>> > +
>> > +# coccicheck (coccinelle) (WIP)
>> > +class CoccicheckRunner(Checker):
>> > + def __init__(self, srctree, workdir):
>> > + Checker.__init__(self, "coccicheck", "scripts/coccicheck", srctree, workdir)
>> > + self.debug_file = None
>> > + self.efilter = self.CoccicheckFilter
>> > +
>> > + def filter_env(self, dict):
>> > + newdict = os.environ
>> > + # If debug file is not set by the user, override it and present the output on
>> stderr:
>> > + try:
>> > + df = newdict["DEBUG_FILE"]
>> > + except:
>> > + print "*** debug_file!"
>> > + self.debug_file = '/tmp/cocci_%s.log' % os.getpid()
>> > + newdict["DEBUG_FILE"] = self.debug_file
>> > + return newdict
>> > +
>> > + def CoccicheckFilter(self, line, verbose):
>> > + self.unclassified = self.unclassified + 1
>> > + if re.match(".*spatch -D report", line):
>> > + if verbose:
>> > + sys.stdout.write(line)
>> > + else:
>> > + return RED + line + ENDCOLOR
>> > +
>> > + def PostRun(self, retval):
>> > + if not self.debug_file:
>> > + return retval
>> > + f = open(self.debug_file)
>> > + for line in f:
>> > + line = self.CoccicheckFilter(line, verbose)
>> > + if line:
>> > + sys.stderr.write(line)
>> > + f.close()
>> > + if self.debug_file:
>> > + os.remove(self.debug_file)
>> > + if retval == 0:
>> > + reval = ret
>> > + return retval
>> > +
>> > +checker_types = {}
>> > +
>> > +def AddChecker(checker):
>> > + checker_types[checker.name] = checker
>> > +
>> > +#
>> > +# Start main program:
>> > +#
>> > +program = os.path.realpath(sys.argv[0])
>> > +progname = basename(program)
>> > +scriptsdir = dirname(program)
>> > +srctree = dirname(scriptsdir)
>> > +force = False
>> > +ignore_config = False
>> > +verbose = False
>> > +debug = False
>> > +error = True
>> > +error_on_red = False
>> > +usage_only = False
>> > +argv = []
>> > +c_argv = []
>> > +fw_opts = []
>> > +workdir = os.getcwd()
>> > +optarg = False
>> > +argc = 0
>> > +
>> > +AddChecker(CheckpatchRunner(srctree, workdir))
>> > +AddChecker(SparseRunner(srctree, workdir))
>> > +AddChecker(CheckdocRunner(srctree, workdir))
>> > +AddChecker(CoccicheckRunner(srctree, workdir))
>> > +
>> > +for arg in sys.argv[1:]:
>> > + argc = argc + 1
>> > +
>> > + if arg == "--":
>> > + argc = argc + 1
>> > + c_argv = sys.argv[argc:]
>> > + break;
>> > + elif arg == "-f":
>> > + force = True
>> > + elif arg == "-n":
>> > + ignore_config = True
>> > + force = True
>> > + elif arg == "-w":
>> > + error = False
>> > + elif arg == "-t":
>> > + error_on_red = True
>> > + error = False
>> > + elif arg == "-d":
>> > + debug = True
>> > + elif arg == "-v":
>> > + verbose = True
>> > + elif arg == "-h":
>> > + usage_only = True
>> > + else:
>> > + opt = re.match("^-.*$", arg)
>> > + if opt:
>> > + # Delay processing of these until we know the configuration:
>> > + fw_opts.append(opt.group(0))
>> > + else:
>> > + argv.append(arg)
>> > +
>> > +if not verbose:
>> > + try:
>> > + verb = int(os.environ["V"])
>> > + if verb != 0:
>> > + verbose = True
>> > + except KeyError:
>> > + verbose = False
>> > +
>> > +if not os.path.exists(os.path.join(srctree, "MAINTAINERS")):
>> > + srctree = None
>> > +
>> > +try:
>> > + file = argv[0]
>> > + bfile = basename(file)
>> > + workdir = dirname(file)
>> > +except:
>> > + bfile = None
>> > + file = None
>> > +
>> > +unclassified = 0
>> > +
>> > +if debug:
>> > + print "Kernel root:\t%s\nFile:\t\t%s\nWorkdir:\t%s" % \
>> > + (srctree, bfile, workdir)
>> > + print "C args:\t\t%s\nargv:\t\t%s\n" % (" ".join(c_argv), " ".join(argv))
>> > +
>> > +try:
>> > + config = Config(srctree, workdir, "runchecks.cfg")
>> > + config.ProcessOpts(fw_opts)
>> > +
>> > + if usage_only:
>> > + usage()
>> > + if not config.HasPathConfig() and not config.list_only and not force:
>> > + if verbose:
>> > + print " ** %s: No configuration found - skip checks for %s" % (progname,
>> file)
>> > + exit(0)
>> > +
>> > + if config.color:
>> > + GREEN = '\033[32m'
>> > + RED = '\033[91m'
>> > + BROWN = '\033[33m'
>> > + BLUE = '\033[34m'
>> > + BOLD = '\033[1m'
>> > + ENDCOLOR = '\033[0m'
>> > + else:
>> > + BOLD = ''
>> > + GREEN = ''
>> > + RED = ''
>> > + BROWN = ''
>> > + BLUE = ''
>> > + ENDCOLOR = ''
>> > +
>> > + ret = 0
>> > + for checker in config.checkers:
>> > + if config.list_only:
>> > + ret = checker.ListTypes()
>> > + else:
>> > + ret = checker.Run(file, verbose)
>> > + unclassified += checker.unclassified
>> > + if ret and error:
>> > + break
>> > +
>> > + if not error and not (error_on_red and unclassified > 0):
>> > + ret = 0
>> > +except CheckError, e:
>> > + print " ** %s: %s" % (progname, str(e))
>> > + ret = 22
>> > +except KeyboardInterrupt:
>> > + if verbose:
>> > + print " ** %s: Interrupted by user" % progname
>> > + ret = 4
>> > +
>> > +exit(ret)
>> > diff --git a/scripts/runchecks.cfg b/scripts/runchecks.cfg
>> > new file mode 100644
>> > index 0000000..c0b12cf
>> > --- /dev/null
>> > +++ b/scripts/runchecks.cfg
>> > @@ -0,0 +1,63 @@
>> > +checker checkpatch
>> > +addflags --quiet --show-types --strict --emacs
>> > +line_len 110
>> > +
>> > +checker sparse
>> > +addflags -D__linux__ -Dlinux -D__STDC__ -Dunix -D__unix__ -Wsparse-all
>> > +cflags
>> > +
>> > +# Name Regular expression for matching in checker output
>> > +typedef DECL symbol '.*' was not declared. Should it be static\?
>> > +typedef SHADOW symbol '\w+' shadows an earlier one\n.*originally
>> declared here
>> > +typedef TYPESIGN incorrect type in argument \d+ \(different
>> signedness\)\n.*expected\n.*got
>> > +typedef RETURN_VOID returning void-valued expression
>> > +typedef SIZEOF_BOOL expression using sizeof bool
>> > +typedef CONTEXT context imbalance in '.*'
>> > +typedef MEMCPY_MAX_COUNT \w+ with byte count of
>> > +typedef CAST_TO_AS cast adds address space to expression
>> > +typedef ADDRESS_SPACE incorrect type in .* \(different address
>> spaces\)\n.*expected\n.*got
>> > +typedef PTR_INHERIT incorrect type in .* \(different base
>> types\)\n.*expected\n.*got
>> > +typedef PTR_SUBTRACTION_BLOWS potentially expensive pointer subtraction
>> > +typedef VLA Variable length array is used
>> > +typedef OVERFLOW constant [x\dA-F]+ is so big it is \w+
>> > +typedef TAUTOLOGICAL_COMPARE self-comparison always evaluates to (true|false)
>> > +typedef NON_POINTER_NULL Using plain integer as NULL pointer
>> > +typedef BOOL_CAST_RESTRICTED restricted \w+ degrades to integer
>> > +typedef TYPESIGN incorrect type in .* \(different
>> signedness\)\n.*expected\n.*got
>> > +typedef FUNCTION_REDECL symbol '.*' redeclared with different type \(originally
>> declared at
>> > +typedef COND_ADDRESS_ARRAY the address of an array will always evaluate as true
>> > +typedef BITWISE cast (to|from) restricted
>> > +
>> > +# Type names invented here - not maskable from sparse?
>> > +typedef NO_DEREF dereference of noderef expression
>> > +typedef ARG_TYPE_MOD incorrect type in .* \(different
>> modifiers\)\n.*expected\n.*got
>> > +typedef ARG_TYPE_COMP incorrect type in .* \(incompatible
>> .*\(.*\)\)\n.*expected\n.*got
>> > +typedef ARG_AS_COMP incompatible types in comparison expression \(different
>> address spaces\)
>> > +typedef CMP_TYPE incompatible types in comparison expression \(different base
>> types\)
>> > +typedef SPARSE_OFF "Sparse checking disabled for this file"
>> > +typedef CAST_TRUNC cast truncates bits from constant value
>> > +typedef CAST_FROM_AS cast removes address space of expression
>> > +typedef EXT_LINK_DEF function '\w+' with external linkage has definition
>> > +typedef FUNC_ARITH arithmetics on pointers to functions
>> > +typedef CALL_NO_TYPE call with no type!
>> > +typedef FUNC_SUB subtraction of functions\? Share your drugs
>> > +typedef STRING_CONCAT trying to concatenate \d+-character string \(\d+ bytes
>> max\)
>> > +typedef INARG_DIRECTIVE directive in argument list
>> > +typedef NONSCALAR_CAST cast (to|from) non-scalar
>> > +
>> > +checker checkdoc
>> > +typedef PARAM_DESC No description found for parameter
>> > +typedef X_PARAM Excess function parameter
>> > +typedef X_STRUCT Excess struct member
>> > +typedef FUN_PROTO cannot understand function prototype
>> > +typedef DOC_FORMAT Incorrect use of kernel-doc format
>> > +typedef BAD_LINE bad line
>> > +typedef AMBIGUOUS Cannot understand.*\n on line
>> > +typedef BOGUS_STRUCT Cannot parse struct or union
>> > +typedef DUPL_SEC duplicate section name
>> > +
>> > +checker coccicheck
>> > +cflags
>> > +
>> > +run sparse checkpatch checkdoc
>> > +#run all
>> > diff --git a/scripts/runchecks_help.txt b/scripts/runchecks_help.txt
>> > new file mode 100644
>> > index 0000000..a0a4a34
>> > --- /dev/null
>> > +++ b/scripts/runchecks_help.txt
>> > @@ -0,0 +1,43 @@
>> > +Usage: runchecks [<options>] c_file [-- <c_parameters>]
>> > + - run code checkers in a conformant way.
>> > +
>> > +Options:
>> > + -h|--help List this text
>> > + --list List the different configured checkers and the list of interpreted
>> check
>> > + types for each of them.
>> > + -- Separator between parameters to runchecks and compiler parameters
>> to be
>> > + passed directly to the checkers.
>> > + --run:[checker1[,checker2..]|all]
>> > + Override the default set of checkers to be run for each source file.
>> By
>> > + default the checkers to run will be the intersection of the checkers
>> > + configured by ``run`` commands in the configuration file and the
>> > + checkers that is actually available on the machine. Use 'all'
>> > + to run all the configured checkers.
>> > + --color Use coloring in the error and warning output. In this mode
>> > + output from checkers that are supported by typedefs but not
>> > + captured by any such will be highlighted in red to make it
>> > + easy to detect that a typedef rule is missing. See -t below.
>> > + -f Force mode: force runchecks to run a full run in
>> directories/trees
>> > + where runchecks does not find a runchecks.cfg file. The
>> default
>> > + behaviour is to skip running checkers in directories/trees
>> > + where no matching runchecks.cfg file is found either in the
>> > + source file directory or above.
>> > + -n Ignore all runchecks.cfg files except the one in scripts,
>> > + which are used for basic runchecks configuration. This allows
>> > + an easy way to run a "bare" version of checking where all
>> > + issues are reported, even those intended to be suppressed.
>> > + Implicitly enables force mode.
>> > + -w Behave as if 0 on exit from all checkers. Normally
>> > + runchecks will fail on the first checker to produce errors or
>> > + warnings, in fact anything that produces not suppressed
>> > + output on stderr. This is to make it easy to work interactively,
>> > + avoiding overlooking anything, but sometimes it is useful to
>> > + be able to produce a full report of status.
>> > + -t Typedef setup mode: For checkers where runchecks enable typedefs:
>> > + Behaves as -w except for stderr output that is not captured
>> > + by any typedefs. This is a convenience mode while
>> > + fixing/improving typedef setup. Use with --color to get red
>> > + output for the statements to capture with new typedefs.
>> > + -v Verbose output. Also enabled if called from make with V=1,
>> > + but it is useful to be able to only enable verbose mode for
>> runchecks.
>> > + -d Debugging output - more verbose.
>>

--
Jani Nikula, Intel Open Source Technology Center

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