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/* Copyright 2001,2002,2003 Roger Dingledine, Matej Pfajfar. */
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/* See LICENSE for licensing information */
/* $Id$ */

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#include <stdio.h>
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#ifdef HAVE_FCNTL_H
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#include <fcntl.h>
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#endif

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#ifdef MS_WINDOWS
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/* For mkdir() */
#include <direct.h>
#endif
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#include "or.h"
#include "../common/test.h"

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void
dump_hex(char *s, int len)
{
  static const char TABLE[] = "0123456789ABCDEF";
  unsigned char *d = s;
  int i, j, nyb;
  for(i=0;i<len;++i) {
    for (j=1;j>=0;--j) {
      nyb = (((int) d[i]) >> (j*4)) & 0x0f;
      assert(0<=nyb && nyb <=15);
      putchar(TABLE[nyb]);
    }
  }
}

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void
setup_directory() {
  char buf[256];
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  int r;
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  sprintf(buf, "/tmp/tor_test");
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#ifdef _MSC_VER
  r = mkdir(buf);
#else
  r = mkdir(buf, 0700);
#endif
  if (r && errno != EEXIST)
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    fprintf(stderr, "Can't create directory %s", buf);
}

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void
test_buffers() {
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#define MAX_BUF_SIZE 1024*1024
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  char str[256];
  char str2[256];

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  buf_t *buf;
  buf_t *buf2;
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  int s, i, j, eof;

  /****
   * buf_new
   ****/
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  if (!(buf = buf_new()))
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    test_fail();
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  test_eq(buf_capacity(buf), 512*1024);
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  test_eq(buf_datalen(buf), 0);
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  /****
   * read_to_buf
   ****/
  s = open("/tmp/tor_test/data", O_WRONLY|O_CREAT|O_TRUNC, 0600);
  for (j=0;j<256;++j) {
    str[j] = (char)j;
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  }
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  write(s, str, 256);
  close(s);
  
  s = open("/tmp/tor_test/data", O_RDONLY, 0);
  eof = 0;
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  i = read_to_buf(s, 10, buf, &eof);
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  test_eq(buf_capacity(buf), 512*1024);
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  test_eq(buf_datalen(buf), 10);
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  test_eq(eof, 0);
  test_eq(i, 10);
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  test_memeq(str, (char*)_buf_peek_raw_buffer(buf), 10);
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  i = read_to_buf(s, 0, buf, &eof);
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  test_eq(buf_capacity(buf), 512*1024);
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  test_eq(buf_datalen(buf), 10);
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  test_eq(eof, 0);
  test_eq(i, 0);
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  /* Now test when buffer is filled exactly. */
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  buf2 = buf_new_with_capacity(6);
  i = read_to_buf(s, 6, buf2, &eof);
  test_eq(buf_capacity(buf2), 6);
  test_eq(buf_datalen(buf2), 6);
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  test_eq(eof, 0);
  test_eq(i, 6);
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  test_memeq(str+10, (char*)_buf_peek_raw_buffer(buf2), 6);
  buf_free(buf2);
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  /* Now test when buffer is filled with more data to read. */
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  buf2 = buf_new_with_capacity(32);
  i = read_to_buf(s, 128, buf2, &eof);
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  test_eq(buf_capacity(buf2), 128);
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  test_eq(buf_datalen(buf2), 32);
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  test_eq(eof, 0);
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  test_eq(i, 32);
  buf_free(buf2);
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  /* Now read to eof. */
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  test_assert(buf_capacity(buf) > 256);
  i = read_to_buf(s, 1024, buf, &eof);
  test_eq(i, (256-32-10-6));
  test_eq(buf_capacity(buf), MAX_BUF_SIZE);
  test_eq(buf_datalen(buf), 256-6-32);
  test_memeq(str, (char*)_buf_peek_raw_buffer(buf), 10); /* XXX Check rest. */
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  test_eq(buf_capacity(buf), MAX_BUF_SIZE);
  test_eq(buf_datalen(buf), 256-6-32);
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  test_eq(eof, 1);

  close(s);

  /**** 
   * find_on_inbuf
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  buf_free(buf);
  buf = buf_new();
  s = open("/tmp/tor_test/data", O_RDONLY, 0);
  eof = 0;
  i = read_to_buf(s, 1024, buf, &eof); 
  test_eq(256, i);
  close(s);
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  test_eq(((int)'d') + 1, find_on_inbuf("abcd", 4, buf));
  test_eq(-1, find_on_inbuf("xyzzy", 5, buf));
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  ((char*)_buf_peek_raw_buffer(buf))[256] = 'A';
  ((char*)_buf_peek_raw_buffer(buf))[257] = 'X';
  test_eq(-1, find_on_inbuf("\xff" "A", 2, buf));
  test_eq(-1, find_on_inbuf("AX", 2, buf));
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  test_eq(((int)'d')+1, find_on_inbuf("abcdX", 4, buf));
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  /****
   * fetch_from_buf
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  memset(str2, 255, 256);
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  test_eq(buf_datalen(buf),0);
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  /****
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  i = write_to_buf("Hello world", 11, buf);
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  test_eq(buf_datalen(buf), 11);
  test_memeq((char*)_buf_peek_raw_buffer(buf), "Hello world", 11);
  i = write_to_buf("XYZZY", 5, buf);
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  test_eq(buf_datalen(buf), 16);
  test_memeq((char*)_buf_peek_raw_buffer(buf), "Hello worldXYZZY", 16);
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  test_eq(-1, write_to_buf("This string will not fit.", 25, 
                           &buf, &buflen, &buf_datalen));
  test_eq(buf_datalen, 16);
  test_memeq(buf, "Hello worldXYZZY--", 18);
  buflen = MAX_BUF_SIZE;
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  /****
   * flush_buf
   ****/
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  buf_free(buf);
}

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void
test_crypto_dh()
{
  crypto_dh_env_t *dh1, *dh2;
  char p1[CRYPTO_DH_SIZE];
  char p2[CRYPTO_DH_SIZE];
  char s1[CRYPTO_DH_SIZE];
  char s2[CRYPTO_DH_SIZE];
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  int s1len, s2len;
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  dh1 = crypto_dh_new();
  dh2 = crypto_dh_new();
  test_eq(crypto_dh_get_bytes(dh1), CRYPTO_DH_SIZE);
  test_eq(crypto_dh_get_bytes(dh2), CRYPTO_DH_SIZE);

  memset(p1, 0, CRYPTO_DH_SIZE);
  memset(p2, 0, CRYPTO_DH_SIZE);
  test_memeq(p1, p2, CRYPTO_DH_SIZE);
  test_assert(! crypto_dh_get_public(dh1, p1, CRYPTO_DH_SIZE));
  test_memneq(p1, p2, CRYPTO_DH_SIZE);
  test_assert(! crypto_dh_get_public(dh2, p2, CRYPTO_DH_SIZE));
  test_memneq(p1, p2, CRYPTO_DH_SIZE);
  
  memset(s1, 0, CRYPTO_DH_SIZE);
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  s1len = crypto_dh_compute_secret(dh1, p2, CRYPTO_DH_SIZE, s1, 50);
  s2len = crypto_dh_compute_secret(dh2, p1, CRYPTO_DH_SIZE, s2, 50);
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  test_assert(s1len > 0);
  test_eq(s1len, s2len);
  test_memeq(s1, s2, s1len);
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  crypto_dh_free(dh1);
  crypto_dh_free(dh2);
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test_crypto() 
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  crypto_cipher_env_t *env1, *env2;
  crypto_pk_env_t *pk1, *pk2;
  char *data1, *data2, *data3, *cp;
  FILE *f;
  int i, j;
  int str_ciphers[] = { CRYPTO_CIPHER_IDENTITY, 
                        CRYPTO_CIPHER_DES,
                        CRYPTO_CIPHER_RC4,
                        CRYPTO_CIPHER_3DES,
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  data1 = tor_malloc(1024);
  data2 = tor_malloc(1024);
  data3 = tor_malloc(1024);
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  crypto_rand(100, data1);
  crypto_rand(100, data2);
  test_memneq(data1,data2,100);
  
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  /* Try out identity ciphers. */
  env1 = crypto_new_cipher_env(CRYPTO_CIPHER_IDENTITY);
  test_neq(env1, 0);
  test_eq(crypto_cipher_generate_key(env1), 0);
  test_eq(crypto_cipher_set_iv(env1, ""), 0);
  test_eq(crypto_cipher_encrypt_init_cipher(env1), 0);
  for(i = 0; i < 1024; ++i) {
    data1[i] = (char) i*73;
  }
  crypto_cipher_encrypt(env1, data1, 1024, data2); 
  test_memeq(data1, data2, 1024);
  crypto_free_cipher_env(env1);
  
  /* Now, test encryption and decryption with stream ciphers. */
  data1[0]='\0';
  for(i = 1023; i>0; i -= 35)
    strncat(data1, "Now is the time for all good onions", i);
  for(i=0; str_ciphers[i] >= 0; ++i) {
    /* For each cipher... */
    memset(data2, 0, 1024);
    memset(data3, 0, 1024);
    env1 = crypto_new_cipher_env(str_ciphers[i]);
    test_neq(env1, 0);
    env2 = crypto_new_cipher_env(str_ciphers[i]);
    test_neq(env2, 0);
    j = crypto_cipher_generate_key(env1);
    if (str_ciphers[i] != CRYPTO_CIPHER_IDENTITY) {
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    crypto_cipher_set_iv(env1, "12345678901234567890");
    crypto_cipher_set_iv(env2, "12345678901234567890");
    crypto_cipher_encrypt_init_cipher(env1);
    crypto_cipher_decrypt_init_cipher(env2);
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    /* Try encrypting 512 chars. */
    crypto_cipher_encrypt(env1, data1, 512, data2);
    crypto_cipher_decrypt(env2, data2, 512, data3);
    test_memeq(data1, data3, 512);
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      test_memneq(data1, data2, 512);
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    /* Now encrypt 1 at a time, and get 1 at a time. */
    for (j = 512; j < 560; ++j) {
      crypto_cipher_encrypt(env1, data1+j, 1, data2+j);
    }
    for (j = 512; j < 560; ++j) {
      crypto_cipher_decrypt(env2, data2+j, 1, data3+j);
    }
    test_memeq(data1, data3, 560);
    /* Now encrypt 3 at a time, and get 5 at a time. */
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    /* Now make sure that when we encrypt with different chunk sizes, we get
       the same results. */
    crypto_free_cipher_env(env2);

    memset(data3, 0, 1024);
    env2 = crypto_new_cipher_env(str_ciphers[i]);
    test_neq(env2, 0);
    if (str_ciphers[i] != CRYPTO_CIPHER_IDENTITY) {
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    crypto_cipher_set_iv(env2, "12345678901234567890");
    crypto_cipher_encrypt_init_cipher(env2);
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      crypto_cipher_encrypt(env2, data1+j, 17, data3+j);
    }
    for (j= 0; j < 1024-16; ++j) {
      if (data2[j] != data3[j]) {
        printf("%d:  %d\t%d\n", j, (int) data2[j], (int) data3[j]);
      }
    }
    test_memeq(data2, data3, 1024-16);
    crypto_free_cipher_env(env1);
    crypto_free_cipher_env(env2);
  }
  
  /* Test vectors for stream ciphers. */
  /* XXXX Look up some test vectors for the ciphers and make sure we match. */

  /* Test SHA-1 with a test vector from the specification. */
  i = crypto_SHA_digest("abc", 3, data1);
  test_memeq(data1,
             "\xA9\x99\x3E\x36\x47\x06\x81\x6A\xBA\x3E\x25\x71\x78"
             "\x50\xC2\x6C\x9C\xD0\xD8\x9D", 20);

  /* Public-key ciphers */
  pk1 = crypto_new_pk_env(CRYPTO_PK_RSA);
  pk2 = crypto_new_pk_env(CRYPTO_PK_RSA);
  test_assert(pk1 && pk2);
  test_assert(! crypto_pk_generate_key(pk1));
  test_assert(! crypto_pk_write_public_key_to_string(pk1, &cp, &i));
  test_assert(! crypto_pk_read_public_key_from_string(pk2, cp, i));
  test_eq(0, crypto_pk_cmp_keys(pk1, pk2));

  test_eq(128, crypto_pk_keysize(pk1));
  test_eq(128, crypto_pk_keysize(pk2));
  
  test_eq(128, crypto_pk_public_encrypt(pk2, "Hello whirled.", 15, data1,
                                        RSA_PKCS1_OAEP_PADDING));
  test_eq(128, crypto_pk_public_encrypt(pk1, "Hello whirled.", 15, data2,
                                        RSA_PKCS1_OAEP_PADDING));
  /* oaep padding should make encryption not match */
  test_memneq(data1, data2, 128);
  test_eq(15, crypto_pk_private_decrypt(pk1, data1, 128, data3,
                                        RSA_PKCS1_OAEP_PADDING));
  test_streq(data3, "Hello whirled.");
  memset(data3, 0, 1024);
  test_eq(15, crypto_pk_private_decrypt(pk1, data2, 128, data3,
                                        RSA_PKCS1_OAEP_PADDING));
  test_streq(data3, "Hello whirled.");
  /* Can't decrypt with public key. */
  test_eq(-1, crypto_pk_private_decrypt(pk2, data2, 128, data3,
                                        RSA_PKCS1_OAEP_PADDING));
  /* Try again with bad padding */
  memcpy(data2+1, "XYZZY", 5);  /* This has fails ~ once-in-2^40 */
  test_eq(-1, crypto_pk_private_decrypt(pk1, data2, 128, data3,
                                        RSA_PKCS1_OAEP_PADDING));
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  /* File operations: save and load private key */
  f = fopen("/tmp/tor_test/pkey1", "wb");
  test_assert(! crypto_pk_write_private_key_to_file(pk1, f));
  fclose(f);
  f = fopen("/tmp/tor_test/pkey1", "rb");
  test_assert(! crypto_pk_read_private_key_from_file(pk2, f));
  fclose(f);
  test_eq(15, crypto_pk_private_decrypt(pk2, data1, 128, data3,
                                        RSA_PKCS1_OAEP_PADDING));
  test_assert(! crypto_pk_read_private_key_from_filename(pk2, 
                                               "/tmp/tor_test/pkey1"));
  test_eq(15, crypto_pk_private_decrypt(pk2, data1, 128, data3,
                                        RSA_PKCS1_OAEP_PADDING));

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  /* Now try signing. */
  strcpy(data1, "Ossifrage");
  test_eq(128, crypto_pk_private_sign(pk1, data1, 10, data2));
  test_eq(10, crypto_pk_public_checksig(pk1, data2, 128, data3));
  test_streq(data3, "Ossifrage");
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  /* Base64 tests */
  strcpy(data1, "Test string that contains 35 chars.");
  strcat(data1, " 2nd string that contains 35 chars.");

  i = base64_encode(data2, 1024, data1, 71);
  j = base64_decode(data3, 1024, data2, i);
  test_streq(data3, data1);
  test_eq(j, 71);
  test_assert(data2[i] == '\0');


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  free(data1);
  free(data2);
  free(data3);
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void 
test_util() {
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  start.tv_sec = 5;
  start.tv_usec = 5000;

  end.tv_sec = 5;
  end.tv_usec = 5000;

  test_eq(0L, tv_udiff(&start, &end));

  end.tv_usec = 7000;

  test_eq(2000L, tv_udiff(&start, &end));

  end.tv_sec = 6;

  test_eq(1002000L, tv_udiff(&start, &end));

  end.tv_usec = 0;

  test_eq(995000L, tv_udiff(&start, &end));

  end.tv_sec = 4;

  test_eq(0L, tv_udiff(&start, &end));

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  a_time.tm_mon = 7;
  a_time.tm_mday = 30;
  a_time.tm_hour = 6;
  a_time.tm_min = 14;
  a_time.tm_sec = 55;
  test_eq((time_t) 1062224095UL, tor_timegm(&a_time));
  a_time.tm_year = 2004-1900; /* Try a leap year, after feb. */
  test_eq((time_t) 1093846495UL, tor_timegm(&a_time));
  a_time.tm_mon = 1;          /* Try a leap year, in feb. */
  a_time.tm_mday = 10;
  test_eq((time_t) 1076393695UL, tor_timegm(&a_time));
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  char **names;
  int i,num;

  names = parse_nickname_list("  foo bar	 baz quux  ", &num);
  test_eq(num,4); 
  test_streq(names[0],"foo");
  test_streq(names[1],"bar");
  test_streq(names[2],"baz");
  test_streq(names[3],"quux");
  for(i=0;i<num;i++)
    tor_free(names[i]);
  tor_free(names);
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test_onion_handshake() {
  /* client-side */
  crypto_dh_env_t *c_dh = NULL;
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  crypto_pk_env_t *pk = NULL;

  pk = crypto_new_pk_env(CRYPTO_PK_RSA);
  test_assert(! crypto_pk_generate_key(pk));

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  test_assert(! onion_skin_server_handshake(c_buf, pk, s_buf, s_keys, 40));
  
  /* client handshake 2 */
  memset(c_keys, 0, 40);
  test_assert(! onion_skin_client_handshake(c_dh, s_buf, c_keys, 40));
  
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    puts("Aiiiie");
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  memset(s_buf, 0, 40);
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int compare_recommended_versions(char *myversion, char *start);

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  char *pk1_str = NULL, *pk2_str = NULL, *pk3_str = NULL, *cp;
  int pk1_str_len, pk2_str_len, pk3_str_len;
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  routerinfo_t *rp1 = NULL, *rp2 = NULL;
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  routerlist_t *dir1 = NULL, *dir2 = NULL;
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  test_assert( (pk1 = crypto_new_pk_env(CRYPTO_PK_RSA)) );
  test_assert( (pk2 = crypto_new_pk_env(CRYPTO_PK_RSA)) );
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  test_assert(! crypto_pk_generate_key(pk2));
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  r1.address = "testaddr1.foo.bar";
  r1.addr = 0xc0a80001u; /* 192.168.0.1 */
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  r1.identity_pkey = pk2;
  r1.link_pkey = pk3;
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  ex1.string = NULL;
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  r2.address = "tor.tor.tor";
  r2.addr = 0x0a030201u; /* 10.3.2.1 */
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  r2.exit_policy = &ex1;

  test_assert(!crypto_pk_write_public_key_to_string(pk1, &pk1_str, 
                                                    &pk1_str_len));
  test_assert(!crypto_pk_write_public_key_to_string(pk2 , &pk2_str, 
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  memset(buf, 0, 2048);
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         "platform Tor "VERSION" on ");
  strcat(buf2, get_uname());
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  strcat(buf2, pk3_str);
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  strcat(buf2, pk2_str);
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  test_streq(rp1->address, r1.address);
  test_eq(rp1->or_port, r1.or_port);
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  test_eq(rp1->bandwidth, r1.bandwidth);
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  test_assert(crypto_pk_cmp_keys(rp1->link_pkey, pk3) == 0);
  test_assert(crypto_pk_cmp_keys(rp1->identity_pkey, pk2) == 0);
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  rp2 = router_get_entry_from_string(&cp);
  test_assert(rp2);
  test_streq(rp2->address, r2.address);
  test_eq(rp2->or_port, r2.or_port);
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  test_assert(crypto_pk_cmp_keys(rp2->identity_pkey, pk1) == 0);
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  test_streq(rp2->exit_policy->address, "*");
  test_streq(rp2->exit_policy->port, "80");
  test_eq(rp2->exit_policy->next->policy_type, EXIT_POLICY_REJECT);
  test_streq(rp2->exit_policy->next->string, "reject 18.*:24");
  test_streq(rp2->exit_policy->next->address, "18.*");
  test_streq(rp2->exit_policy->next->port, "24");
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  /* XXX To re-enable this test, we need to separate directory generation
   * XXX from the directory backend again.  Do this the next time we have
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  if (pk2) crypto_free_pk_env(pk2);
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  tor_free(dir2); /* And more !*/
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  /* make sure compare_recommended_versions() works */
  test_eq(0, compare_recommended_versions("abc", "abc"));
  test_eq(0, compare_recommended_versions("abc", "ab,abd,abde,abc,abcde"));
  test_eq(0, compare_recommended_versions("abc", "ab,abd,abde,abcde,abc"));
  test_eq(0, compare_recommended_versions("abc", "abc,abd,abde,abc,abcde"));
  test_eq(0, compare_recommended_versions("a", "a,ab,abd,abde,abc,abcde"));
  test_eq(-1, compare_recommended_versions("a", "ab,abd,abde,abc,abcde"));
  test_eq(-1, compare_recommended_versions("abb", "ab,abd,abde,abc,abcde"));
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/*
  Local Variables:
  mode:c
  indent-tabs-mode:nil
  c-basic-offset:2
  End:
*/