Commit a6504cde authored by Nick Mathewson's avatar Nick Mathewson 🎨
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Check that Libevent header version matches Libevent library version.

Unfortunately, old Libevents don't _put_ a version in their headers, so
this can get a little tricky.  Fortunately, the only binary-compatibility
issue we care about is the size of struct event.  Even more fortunately,
Libevent 2.0 will let us keep binary compatiblity forever by letting us
decouple ourselves from the structs, if we like.

svn:r18014
parent c1231630
......@@ -6,6 +6,11 @@ Changes in version 0.2.1.11-alpha - 2009-01-??
keys in those obsolete descriptors when building circuits. Bugfix
on 0.2.0.x. Fixes bug 887.
o Minor features:
- Try to make sure that the version of Libevent we're running with
is binary-compatible with the one we built with. May address bug
897 and others.
o Minor bugfixes:
- Make outbound DNS packets respect the OutboundBindAddress setting.
Fixes the bug part of bug 798. Bugfix on 0.1.2.2-alpha.
......
......@@ -264,6 +264,10 @@ LIBS="-levent $TOR_LIB_WS32 $LIBS"
LDFLAGS="$TOR_LDFLAGS_libevent $LDFLAGS"
CPPFLAGS="$TOR_CPPFLAGS_libevent $CPPFLAGS"
AC_CHECK_FUNCS(event_get_version event_get_method event_set_log_callback)
AC_CHECK_MEMBERS([struct event.min_heap_idx], , ,
[#include <event.h>
])
LIBS="$save_LIBS"
LDFLAGS="$save_LDFLAGS"
CPPFLAGS="$save_CPPFLAGS"
......
......@@ -702,10 +702,12 @@ typedef enum {
/* Note: we compare these, so it's important that "old" precede everything,
* and that "other" come last. */
LE_OLD=0, LE_10C, LE_10D, LE_10E, LE_11, LE_11A, LE_11B, LE_12, LE_12A,
LE_13, LE_13A, LE_13B, LE_13C, LE_13D,
LE_13, LE_13A, LE_13B, LE_13C, LE_13D, LE_13E,
LE_140, LE_141, LE_142, LE_143, LE_144, LE_145, LE_146, LE_147, LE_148,
LE_1499,
LE_OTHER
} le_version_t;
static le_version_t decode_libevent_version(void);
static le_version_t decode_libevent_version(const char *v, int *bincompat_out);
#if defined(HAVE_EVENT_GET_VERSION) && defined(HAVE_EVENT_GET_METHOD)
static void check_libevent_version(const char *m, int server);
#endif
......@@ -4741,10 +4743,71 @@ init_libevent(void)
*/
suppress_libevent_log_msg("Function not implemented");
#ifdef __APPLE__
if (decode_libevent_version() < LE_11B) {
if (decode_libevent_version(event_get_version()) < LE_11B) {
setenv("EVENT_NOKQUEUE","1",1);
}
#endif
/* In libevent versions before 2.0, it's hard to keep binary compatibility
* between upgrades, and unpleasant to detect when the version we compiled
* against is unlike the version we have linked against. Here's how. */
#if defined(_EVENT_VERSION) && defined(HAVE_EVENT_GET_VERSION)
/* We have a header-file version and a function-call version. Easy. */
if (strcmp(_EVENT_VERSION, event_get_version())) {
int compat1 = -1, compat2 = -1;
int verybad, prettybad ;
decode_libevent_version(_EVENT_VERSION, &compat1);
decode_libevent_version(event_get_version(), &compat2);
verybad = compat1 != compat2;
prettybad = (compat1 == -1 || compat2 == -1) && compat1 != compat2;
log(verybad ? LOG_WARN : (prettybad ? LOG_NOTICE : LOG_INFO),
LD_GENERAL, "We were compiled with headers from version %s "
"of Libevent, but we're using a Libevent library that says it's "
"version %s.", _EVENT_VERSION, event_get_version());
if (verybad)
log_warn(LD_GENERAL, "This will almost certainly make Tor crash.");
else if (prettybad)
log_notice(LD_GENERAL, "If Tor crashes, this might be why.");
else
log_info(LD_GENERAL, "I think these versions are binary-compatible.");
}
#elif defined(HAVE_EVENT_GET_VERSION)
/* event_get_version but no _EVENT_VERSION. We might be in 1.4.0-beta or
earlier, where that's normal. To see whether we were compiled with an
earlier version, let's see whether the struct event defines MIN_HEAP_IDX.
*/
#ifdef HAVE_STRUCT_EVENT_MIN_HEAP_IDX
/* The header files are 1.4.0-beta or later. If the version is not
* 1.4.0-beta, we are incompatible. */
{
if (strcmp(event_get_version(), "1.4.0-beta")) {
log_warn(LD_GENERAL, "It's a little hard to tell, but you seem to have "
"Libevent 1.4.0-beta header files, whereas you have linked "
"against Libevent %s. This will probably make Tor crash.",
event_get_version());
}
}
#else
/* Our headers are 1.3e or earlier. If the library version is not 1.4.x or
later, we're probably fine. */
{
const char *v = event_get_version();
if ((v[0] == '1' && v[2] == '.' && v[3] > '3') || v[0] > '1') {
log_warn(LD_GENERAL, "It's a little hard to tell, but you seem to have "
"Libevent header file from 1.3e or earlier, whereas you have "
"linked against Libevent %s. This will probably make Tor "
"crash.", event_get_version());
}
}
#endif
#elif defined(_EVENT_VERSION)
#warn "_EVENT_VERSION is defined but not get_event_version(): Libevent is odd."
#else
/* Your libevent is ancient. */
#endif
event_init();
suppress_libevent_log_msg(NULL);
#if defined(HAVE_EVENT_GET_VERSION) && defined(HAVE_EVENT_GET_METHOD)
......@@ -4763,44 +4826,60 @@ init_libevent(void)
#endif
}
#if defined(HAVE_EVENT_GET_VERSION) && defined(HAVE_EVENT_GET_METHOD)
/** Table mapping return value of event_get_version() to le_version_t. */
static const struct {
const char *name; le_version_t version;
const char *name; le_version_t version; int bincompat;
} le_version_table[] = {
/* earlier versions don't have get_version. */
{ "1.0c", LE_10C },
{ "1.0d", LE_10D },
{ "1.0e", LE_10E },
{ "1.1", LE_11 },
{ "1.1a", LE_11A },
{ "1.1b", LE_11B },
{ "1.2", LE_12 },
{ "1.2a", LE_12A },
{ "1.3", LE_13 },
{ "1.3a", LE_13A },
{ "1.3b", LE_13B },
{ "1.3c", LE_13C },
{ "1.3d", LE_13D },
{ NULL, LE_OTHER }
{ "1.0c", LE_10C, 1},
{ "1.0d", LE_10D, 1},
{ "1.0e", LE_10E, 1},
{ "1.1", LE_11, 1 },
{ "1.1a", LE_11A, 1 },
{ "1.1b", LE_11B, 1 },
{ "1.2", LE_12, 1 },
{ "1.2a", LE_12A, 1 },
{ "1.3", LE_13, 1 },
{ "1.3a", LE_13A, 1 },
{ "1.3b", LE_13B, 1 },
{ "1.3c", LE_13C, 1 },
{ "1.3d", LE_13D, 1 },
{ "1.3e", LE_13E, 1 },
{ "1.4.0-beta", LE_140, 2 },
{ "1.4.1-beta", LE_141, 2 },
{ "1.4.2-rc", LE_142, 2 },
{ "1.4.3-stable", LE_143, 2 },
{ "1.4.4-stable", LE_144, 2 },
{ "1.4.5-stable", LE_145, 2 },
{ "1.4.6-stable", LE_146, 2 },
{ "1.4.7-stable", LE_147, 2 },
{ "1.4.8-stable", LE_148, 2 },
{ "1.4.99-trunk", LE_1499, 3 },
{ NULL, LE_OTHER, 0 }
};
/** Return the le_version_t for the current version of libevent. If the
* version is very new, return LE_OTHER. If the version is so old that it
* doesn't support event_get_version(), return LE_OLD. */
static le_version_t
decode_libevent_version(void)
decode_libevent_version(const char *v, int *bincompat_out)
{
const char *v = event_get_version();
int i;
for (i=0; le_version_table[i].name; ++i) {
if (!strcmp(le_version_table[i].name, v)) {
if (bincompat_out)
*bincompat_out = le_version_table[i].bincompat;
return le_version_table[i].version;
}
}
if (v[0] != '1' && bincompat_out)
*bincompat_out = 100;
else if (!strcmpstart(v, "1.4") && bincompat_out)
*bincompat_out = 2;
return LE_OTHER;
}
#if defined(HAVE_EVENT_GET_VERSION) && defined(HAVE_EVENT_GET_METHOD)
/**
* Compare the given libevent method and version to a list of versions
* which are known not to work. Warn the user as appropriate.
......@@ -4814,7 +4893,7 @@ check_libevent_version(const char *m, int server)
const char *badness = NULL;
const char *sad_os = "";
version = decode_libevent_version();
version = decode_libevent_version(v, NULL);
/* XXX Would it be worthwhile disabling the methods that we know
* are buggy, rather than just warning about them and then proceeding
......@@ -4888,12 +4967,6 @@ check_libevent_version(const char *m, int server)
}
}
#else
static le_version_t
decode_libevent_version(void)
{
return LE_OLD;
}
#endif
/** Return the persistent state struct for this Tor. */
......
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