Commit 90ea0837 authored by Niels Möller's avatar Niels Möller

memxor-test: Use valgrind client requests.

parent b8dd06ba
2014-01-04 Niels Möller <>
* testsuite/memxor-test.c [HAVE_VALGRIND_MEMCHECK_H] (test_mark):
New function.
(test_memxor, test_memxor3): Use test_mark to tell valgrind the
start and end of src and destination areas.
* Check for valgrind/memcheck.h.
* testsuite/ (VALGRIND): Added --partial-loads-ok=yes,
......@@ -4,6 +4,31 @@
#define MAX_SIZE 256
#define ALIGN_SIZE 16
# include <valgrind/memcheck.h>
# define ROUND_DOWN(x) ((x) & (-ALIGN_SIZE))
# define ROUND_UP(x) ROUND_DOWN((x)+(ALIGN_SIZE-1))
enum mark_type { MARK_SRC, MARK_DST };
static void
test_mark (enum mark_type type,
const uint8_t *block, size_t block_size,
const uint8_t *p, size_t size)
if (type == MARK_DST)
(block + block_size) - (p + size));
#define test_unmark(block, size) \
# define test_mark(type, block, block_size, start, size)
# define test_unmark(block, size)
static uint8_t *
set_align(uint8_t *buf, unsigned align)
......@@ -39,9 +64,14 @@ test_memxor (const uint8_t *a, const uint8_t *b, const uint8_t *c,
dst[size] = 17;
memcpy (src, b, size);
memxor (dst, src, size);
test_mark (MARK_SRC, src_buf, sizeof (src_buf), src, size);
test_mark (MARK_SRC, dst_buf, sizeof (dst_buf), dst, size);
memxor (dst, src, size);
ASSERT (MEMEQ (size, dst, c));
test_unmark(src_buf, sizeof (src_buf));
test_unmark(dst_buf, sizeof (src_buf));
ASSERT (dst[-1] == 17);
ASSERT (dst[size] == 17);
......@@ -68,9 +98,17 @@ test_memxor3 (const uint8_t *ain, const uint8_t *bin, const uint8_t *c,
memcpy (a, ain, size);
memcpy (b, bin, size);
memxor3 (dst, a, b, size);
test_mark (MARK_SRC, a_buf, sizeof(a_buf), a, size);
test_mark (MARK_SRC, b_buf, sizeof(b_buf), b, size);
test_mark (MARK_DST, dst_buf, sizeof(dst_buf), dst, size);
memxor3 (dst, a, b, size);
ASSERT (MEMEQ (size, dst, c));
test_unmark (a_buf, sizeof(a_buf));
test_unmark (b_buf, sizeof(b_buf));
test_unmark (dst_buf, sizeof(dst_buf));
ASSERT (dst[-1] == 17);
ASSERT (dst[size] == 17);
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