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t-test64.c File Reference
#include "build-config.h"
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <assert.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include "../dkim.h"
#include "t-testdata.h"

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Classes

struct  malloc_track

Defines

#define MAXHEADER   4096
#define SIG2   "v=1; a=rsa-sha1; c=relaxed/simple; d=example.com; s=test;\r\n\tt=1172620939; bh=ll/0h2aWgG+D3ewmE4Y3pY7Ukz8=; h=Received:Received:\r\n\t Received:From:To:Date:Subject:Message-ID; b=bj9kVUbnBYfe9sVzH9lT45\r\n\tTFKO3eQnDbXLfgmgu/b5QgxcnhT9ojnV2IAM4KUO8+hOo5sDEu5Co/0GASH0vHpSV4P\r\n\t377Iwew3FxvLpHsVbVKgXzoKD4QSbHRpWNxyL6LypaaqFa96YqjXuYXr0vpb88hticn\r\n\t6I16//WThMz8fMU="

Functions

void debug_init (void)
void * debug_malloc (void *closure, size_t nbytes)
void debug_free (void *closure, void *ptr)
void debug_dump (FILE *out)
int main (int argc, char **argv)

Variables

static char t_test64_c_id [] = "@(#)$Id: t-test64.c,v 1.2 2009/12/08 19:14:27 cm-msk Exp $"
unsigned int mtsize
unsigned int mtcount
struct malloc_trackmtstack

Class Documentation

struct malloc_track

Definition at line 33 of file t-test64.c.

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Class Members
struct malloc_track * mt_next
void * mt_ptr
size_t mt_size

Define Documentation

#define MAXHEADER   4096

Definition at line 29 of file t-test64.c.

#define SIG2   "v=1; a=rsa-sha1; c=relaxed/simple; d=example.com; s=test;\r\n\tt=1172620939; bh=ll/0h2aWgG+D3ewmE4Y3pY7Ukz8=; h=Received:Received:\r\n\t Received:From:To:Date:Subject:Message-ID; b=bj9kVUbnBYfe9sVzH9lT45\r\n\tTFKO3eQnDbXLfgmgu/b5QgxcnhT9ojnV2IAM4KUO8+hOo5sDEu5Co/0GASH0vHpSV4P\r\n\t377Iwew3FxvLpHsVbVKgXzoKD4QSbHRpWNxyL6LypaaqFa96YqjXuYXr0vpb88hticn\r\n\t6I16//WThMz8fMU="

Definition at line 31 of file t-test64.c.


Function Documentation

void debug_dump ( FILE *  out)

Definition at line 154 of file t-test64.c.

{
       struct malloc_track *mt;

       assert(out != NULL);

       fprintf(out, "--- %u allocation(s) recorded\n", mtcount);

       if (mtstack != NULL)
       {
              fprintf(out, "--- %u dangling allocation(s):\n", mtsize);

              mt = mtstack;
              while (mt != NULL)
              {
                     fprintf(out, "\t%p %d\n", mt->mt_ptr, mt->mt_size);
                     mt = mt->mt_next;
              }
       }
}

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void debug_free ( void *  closure,
void *  ptr 
)

Definition at line 111 of file t-test64.c.

{
       struct malloc_track *mt;
       struct malloc_track *last;

       assert(ptr != NULL);
       assert(mtstack != NULL);

       mt = mtstack;
       last = NULL;
       while (mt != NULL)
       {
              if (mt->mt_ptr == ptr)
              {
                     if (mt == mtstack)
                            mtstack = mt->mt_next;
                     else
                            last->mt_next = mt->mt_next;

                     free(mt);
                     free(ptr);
                     mtsize--;
                     return;
              }

              last = mt;
              mt = mt->mt_next;
       }

       assert(0);
}

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void debug_init ( void  )

Definition at line 55 of file t-test64.c.

{
       mtstack = NULL;
       mtsize = 0;
       mtcount = 0;
}

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void* debug_malloc ( void *  closure,
size_t  nbytes 
)

Definition at line 74 of file t-test64.c.

{
       struct malloc_track *new;
       void *ptr;

       assert(nbytes > 0);

       new = (void *) malloc(sizeof(struct malloc_track));
       if (new == NULL)
              return NULL;

       ptr = (void *) malloc(nbytes);
       if (new == NULL)
              return NULL;

       new->mt_next = mtstack;
       new->mt_ptr = ptr;
       new->mt_size = nbytes;
       mtstack = new;
       mtsize++;
       mtcount++;

       return ptr;
}

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int main ( int  argc,
char **  argv 
)

Definition at line 186 of file t-test64.c.

{
#ifdef TEST_KEEP_FILES
       u_int flags;
#endif /* TEST_KEEP_FILES */
       DKIM_STAT status;
       DKIM *dkim;
       DKIM_LIB *lib;
       dkim_query_t qtype = DKIM_QUERY_FILE;
       unsigned char hdr[MAXHEADER + 1];

       printf("*** relaxed/simple rsa-sha1 verifying with leak detection\n");

       debug_init();

#ifdef USE_GNUTLS
       (void) gnutls_global_init();
#endif /* USE_GNUTLS */

       /* instantiate the library */
       lib = dkim_init(debug_malloc, debug_free);
       assert(lib != NULL);

#ifdef TEST_KEEP_FILES
       /* set flags */
       flags = (DKIM_LIBFLAGS_TMPFILES|DKIM_LIBFLAGS_KEEPFILES);
       (void) dkim_options(lib, DKIM_OP_SETOPT, DKIM_OPTS_FLAGS, &flags,
                           sizeof flags);
#endif /* TEST_KEEP_FILES */

       (void) dkim_options(lib, DKIM_OP_SETOPT, DKIM_OPTS_QUERYMETHOD,
                           &qtype, sizeof qtype);
       (void) dkim_options(lib, DKIM_OP_SETOPT, DKIM_OPTS_QUERYINFO,
                           KEYFILE, strlen(KEYFILE));

       dkim = dkim_verify(lib, JOBID, NULL, &status);
       assert(dkim != NULL);

       snprintf(hdr, sizeof hdr, "%s: %s", DKIM_SIGNHEADER, SIG2);
       status = dkim_header(dkim, hdr, strlen(hdr));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_header(dkim, HEADER01, strlen(HEADER01));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_header(dkim, HEADER02, strlen(HEADER02));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_header(dkim, HEADER03, strlen(HEADER03));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_header(dkim, HEADER04, strlen(HEADER04));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_header(dkim, HEADER05, strlen(HEADER05));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_header(dkim, HEADER06, strlen(HEADER06));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_header(dkim, HEADER07, strlen(HEADER07));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_header(dkim, HEADER08, strlen(HEADER08));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_header(dkim, HEADER09, strlen(HEADER09));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_eoh(dkim);
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_body(dkim, BODY00, strlen(BODY00));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_body(dkim, BODY01, strlen(BODY01));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_body(dkim, BODY01A, strlen(BODY01A));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);
       status = dkim_body(dkim, BODY01B, strlen(BODY01B));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);
       status = dkim_body(dkim, BODY01C, strlen(BODY01C));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);
       status = dkim_body(dkim, BODY01D, strlen(BODY01D));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);
       status = dkim_body(dkim, BODY01E, strlen(BODY01E));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_body(dkim, BODY02, strlen(BODY02));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_body(dkim, BODY03, strlen(BODY03));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_body(dkim, BODY04, strlen(BODY04));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_body(dkim, BODY03, strlen(BODY03));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_body(dkim, BODY03, strlen(BODY03));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_body(dkim, BODY05, strlen(BODY05));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_body(dkim, BODY03, strlen(BODY03));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_body(dkim, BODY03, strlen(BODY03));
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_eom(dkim, NULL);
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       status = dkim_free(dkim);
       assert(status == DKIM_STAT_OK);

       debug_dump(stdout);
       assert(mtsize == 0);
       assert(mtstack == NULL);

       dkim_close(lib);

       return 0;
}

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Variable Documentation

unsigned int mtcount

Definition at line 41 of file t-test64.c.

unsigned int mtsize

Definition at line 40 of file t-test64.c.

Definition at line 42 of file t-test64.c.

char t_test64_c_id[] = "@(#)$Id: t-test64.c,v 1.2 2009/12/08 19:14:27 cm-msk Exp $" [static]

Definition at line 9 of file t-test64.c.