Integer error fixing by proper-type inference
- 2017-8-29 Added updated experimental results on
- 2017-6-30 Added updated experimental results on
- 2017-6-29 Added wiki pages for IntPTI including the configuration guide and quick help for web interface.
- 2017-6-29 Interactive mode is now available and users can review and manage generated fixes via a user-friendly web interface. To use this feature users should insert
phase.repair.interactive = truein the phase configuration if it is missing.
- 2017-6-29 We have uploaded a demonstration video to showcase the usage and capabilities of IntPTI. Welcome to view our demonstration and leave your comments.
IntPTI is a tool for automatic integer error (e.g. overflow, sign error) fixing. For now it only supports C programs. The input of IntPTI is a preprocessed C source file or a project after build capture (which will be introduced later), and the output is the modified source files applied with fixes. IntPTI is based on CPAchecker and we have implemented a configurable phase system to schedule multiple static analysis tasks.
IntPTI is also the prototype from the paper "Fixing Integer Errors by Proper-Type Inference". Generally, for each variable or expression, IntPTI tries to infer a type that can represent all its possible values. Values are derived by static value analysis, while types are derived by solving constraints generated in type inference.
Z3: >= 4.5.0, because IntPTI relies on the specific format of model for partial weighted MaxSMT problem.
JDK: >= 7
Apache Ant: this is the build system used by IntPTI
Enter the project directory and execute the following commands:
ant ant jar
The first command builds the whole project and automatically downloads dependencies. The second command builds three
TsmartBuild.jar is used for build capture and
TsmartAnalyze.jar is the entry of our tool.
The configuration files used by IntPTI are located in
IntPTI/config/fix_top/. The entry configuration is
top.properties, and the first line is as follows.
phase.manager.config = ...
User should fill the absolute path of phase configuration. For benchmark evaluation, we should choose
*.680 are used for CWE 197 and 680, respectively.
*.190 is used for other benchmark cases), and change the name of
rangeAnalysis.properties. For realistic applications, we choose
top.config.real.nomain for projects with no main function, then change the name of
To specify the call depth of each call graph component for multi-entry analysis, we need to modify the following option in
cpa.boundary.callDepth = 0
cpa.boundary.callDepth = N if maximum depth of each call graph component is N.
1. Build capture
This step is applicable for analyzing a project. Given a project, we first invoke the following command line to generate the Makefile.
Then, we use
TsmartBuild.jar to perform build capture.
java -jar TsmartBuild.jar -shell=/bin/bash make
Build capture tool captures the command lines in Makefile by their execution sequence, then we add
-E to make
gcc stop after preprocessing and replace the output file
*.i. Files that are finally compiled to an executable or a library are organized as a task, which is the direct input of
TsmartAnalyze.jar. The output of build capture tool is a
.process_makefile folder in the Makefile project directory with preprocessed files organized as tasks.
2. Run integer error fixing
(1) To fix one or more source files, we invoke the following command.
java -jar TsmartAnalyze.jar -root=[root dir] -manual [source files]
root dir is the directory of IntPTI project. We can append one or more file names after
-manual and two consecutive file names are split by a space.
(2) To fix a task generated by build capture, we invoke the following command.
java -jar TsmartAnalyze.jar -root=[root dir] -captured=[*/.process_makefile] [-task=N]
The optional argument
-task=N tells IntPTI to analyze the task N only. Without this argument, all tasks are analyzed.
(3) To fix a bunch of preprocessed source files possibly without the main function, we invoke the following command to make IntPTI work under assembled mode.
java -jar TsmartAnalyze.jar -root=[root dir] -assembled=[folder of source files]
3. Use sanity check library
IntPTI/src/org/sosy_lab/cpachecker/core/phase/fix/lib/ and install the sanity check library
libTsmartIntFix by invoking the following commands.
make make install
make uninstall will uninstall the library.
The benchmarks we used are all available on the Internet.
1. The SAMATE benchmark: https://samate.nist.gov/SRD/testsuites/juliet/Juliet_Test_Suite_v1.2_for_C_Cpp.zip
2. Real-world applications: we choose 7 applications and their source code is publicly available.
All data is available in