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Merge pull request #6428

ffad5aa tests: Remove old sh-based test framework (Wladimir J. van der Laan)
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laanwj committed Jul 14, 2015
2 parents d4a910c + ffad5aa commit bb59e7890cb45f71192c1a4bc0268618d2f6075e
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  1. +0 −147 qa/rpc-tests/conflictedbalance.sh
  2. +0 −31 qa/rpc-tests/send.sh
  3. +0 −103 qa/rpc-tests/util.sh
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Copyright (c) 2014 The Bitcoin Core developers
# Distributed under the MIT software license, see the accompanying
# file COPYING or http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php.
# Test marking of spent outputs
# Create a transaction graph with four transactions,
# A/B/C/D
# C spends A
# D spends B and C
# Then simulate C being mutated, to create C'
# that is mined.
# A is still (correctly) considered spent.
# B should be treated as unspent
if [ $# -lt 1 ]; then
echo "Usage: $0 path_to_binaries"
echo "e.g. $0 ../../src"
echo "Env vars BITCOIND and BITCOINCLI may be used to specify the exact binaries used"
exit 1
fi
set -f
BITCOIND=${BITCOIND:-${1}/bitcoind}
CLI=${BITCOINCLI:-${1}/bitcoin-cli}
DIR="${BASH_SOURCE%/*}"
SENDANDWAIT="${DIR}/send.sh"
if [[ ! -d "$DIR" ]]; then DIR="$PWD"; fi
. "$DIR/util.sh"
D=$(mktemp -d test.XXXXX)
# Two nodes; one will play the part of merchant, the
# other an evil transaction-mutating miner.
D1=${D}/node1
CreateDataDir $D1 port=11000 rpcport=11001
B1ARGS="-datadir=$D1 -debug=mempool"
$BITCOIND $B1ARGS &
B1PID=$!
D2=${D}/node2
CreateDataDir $D2 port=11010 rpcport=11011
B2ARGS="-datadir=$D2 -debug=mempool"
$BITCOIND $B2ARGS &
B2PID=$!
# Wait until both nodes are at the same block number
function WaitBlocks {
while :
do
sleep 1
declare -i BLOCKS1=$( GetBlocks $B1ARGS )
declare -i BLOCKS2=$( GetBlocks $B2ARGS )
if (( BLOCKS1 == BLOCKS2 ))
then
break
fi
done
}
# Wait until node has $N peers
function WaitPeers {
while :
do
declare -i PEERS=$( $CLI $1 getconnectioncount )
if (( PEERS == "$2" ))
then
break
fi
sleep 1
done
}
echo "Generating test blockchain..."
# Start with B2 connected to B1:
$CLI $B2ARGS addnode 127.0.0.1:11000 onetry
WaitPeers "$B1ARGS" 1
# 2 block, 50 XBT each == 100 XBT
# These will be transactions "A" and "B"
$CLI $B1ARGS generate 2
WaitBlocks
# 100 blocks, 0 mature == 0 XBT
$CLI $B2ARGS generate 100
WaitBlocks
CheckBalance "$B1ARGS" 100
CheckBalance "$B2ARGS" 0
# restart B2 with no connection
$CLI $B2ARGS stop > /dev/null 2>&1
wait $B2PID
$BITCOIND $B2ARGS &
B2PID=$!
B1ADDRESS=$( $CLI $B1ARGS getnewaddress )
B2ADDRESS=$( $CLI $B2ARGS getnewaddress )
# Transaction C: send-to-self, spend A
TXID_C=$( $CLI $B1ARGS sendtoaddress $B1ADDRESS 50.0)
# Transaction D: spends B and C
TXID_D=$( $CLI $B1ARGS sendtoaddress $B2ADDRESS 100.0)
CheckBalance "$B1ARGS" 0
# Mutate TXID_C and add it to B2's memory pool:
RAWTX_C=$( $CLI $B1ARGS getrawtransaction $TXID_C )
# ... mutate C to create C'
L=${RAWTX_C:82:2}
NEWLEN=$( printf "%x" $(( 16#$L + 1 )) )
MUTATEDTX_C=${RAWTX_C:0:82}${NEWLEN}4c${RAWTX_C:84}
# ... give mutated tx1 to B2:
MUTATEDTXID=$( $CLI $B2ARGS sendrawtransaction $MUTATEDTX_C )
echo "TXID_C: " $TXID_C
echo "Mutated: " $MUTATEDTXID
# Re-connect nodes, and have both nodes mine some blocks:
$CLI $B2ARGS addnode 127.0.0.1:11000 onetry
WaitPeers "$B1ARGS" 1
# Having B2 mine the next block puts the mutated
# transaction C in the chain:
$CLI $B2ARGS generate 1
WaitBlocks
# B1 should still be able to spend 100, because D is conflicted
# so does not count as a spend of B
CheckBalance "$B1ARGS" 100
$CLI $B2ARGS stop > /dev/null 2>&1
wait $B2PID
$CLI $B1ARGS stop > /dev/null 2>&1
wait $B1PID
echo "Tests successful, cleaning up"
rm -rf $D
exit 0
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#!/bin/bash
# Copyright (c) 2014 The Bitcoin Core developers
# Distributed under the MIT software license, see the accompanying
# file COPYING or http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php.
TIMEOUT=10
SIGNAL=HUP
PIDFILE=.send.pid
if [ $# -eq 0 ]; then
echo -e "Usage:\t$0 <cmd>"
echo -e "\tRuns <cmd> and wait ${TIMEOUT} seconds or until SIG${SIGNAL} is received."
echo -e "\tReturns: 0 if SIG${SIGNAL} is received, 1 otherwise."
echo -e "Or:\t$0 -STOP"
echo -e "\tsends SIG${SIGNAL} to running send.sh"
exit 0
fi
if [ $1 = "-STOP" ]; then
if [ -s ${PIDFILE} ]; then
kill -s ${SIGNAL} $(<$PIDFILE 2>/dev/null) 2>/dev/null
fi
exit 0
fi
trap '[[ ${PID} ]] && kill ${PID}' ${SIGNAL}
trap 'rm -f ${PIDFILE}' EXIT
echo $$ > ${PIDFILE}
"$@"
sleep ${TIMEOUT} & PID=$!
wait ${PID} && exit 1
exit 0
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Copyright (c) 2014 The Bitcoin Core developers
# Distributed under the MIT software license, see the accompanying
# file COPYING or http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php.
# Functions used by more than one test
function echoerr {
echo "$@" 1>&2;
}
# Usage: ExtractKey <key> "<json_object_string>"
# Warning: this will only work for the very-well-behaved
# JSON produced by bitcoind, do NOT use it to try to
# parse arbitrary/nested/etc JSON.
function ExtractKey {
echo $2 | tr -d ' "{}\n' | awk -v RS=',' -F: "\$1 ~ /$1/ { print \$2}"
}
function CreateDataDir {
DIR=$1
mkdir -p $DIR
CONF=$DIR/bitcoin.conf
echo "regtest=1" >> $CONF
echo "keypool=2" >> $CONF
echo "rpcuser=rt" >> $CONF
echo "rpcpassword=rt" >> $CONF
echo "rpcwait=1" >> $CONF
echo "walletnotify=${SENDANDWAIT} -STOP" >> $CONF
shift
while (( "$#" )); do
echo $1 >> $CONF
shift
done
}
function AssertEqual {
if (( $( echo "$1 == $2" | bc ) == 0 ))
then
echoerr "AssertEqual: $1 != $2"
declare -f CleanUp > /dev/null 2>&1
if [[ $? -eq 0 ]] ; then
CleanUp
fi
exit 1
fi
}
# CheckBalance -datadir=... amount account minconf
function CheckBalance {
declare -i EXPECT="$2"
B=$( $CLI $1 getbalance $3 $4 )
if (( $( echo "$B == $EXPECT" | bc ) == 0 ))
then
echoerr "bad balance: $B (expected $2)"
declare -f CleanUp > /dev/null 2>&1
if [[ $? -eq 0 ]] ; then
CleanUp
fi
exit 1
fi
}
# Use: Address <datadir> [account]
function Address {
$CLI $1 getnewaddress $2
}
# Send from to amount
function Send {
from=$1
to=$2
amount=$3
address=$(Address $to)
txid=$( ${SENDANDWAIT} $CLI $from sendtoaddress $address $amount )
}
# Use: Unspent <datadir> <n'th-last-unspent> <var>
function Unspent {
local r=$( $CLI $1 listunspent | awk -F'[ |:,"]+' "\$2 ~ /$3/ { print \$3 }" | tail -n $2 | head -n 1)
echo $r
}
# Use: CreateTxn1 <datadir> <n'th-last-unspent> <destaddress>
# produces hex from signrawtransaction
function CreateTxn1 {
TXID=$(Unspent $1 $2 txid)
AMOUNT=$(Unspent $1 $2 amount)
VOUT=$(Unspent $1 $2 vout)
RAWTXN=$( $CLI $1 createrawtransaction "[{\"txid\":\"$TXID\",\"vout\":$VOUT}]" "{\"$3\":$AMOUNT}")
ExtractKey hex "$( $CLI $1 signrawtransaction $RAWTXN )"
}
# Use: SendRawTxn <datadir> <hex_txn_data>
function SendRawTxn {
${SENDANDWAIT} $CLI $1 sendrawtransaction $2
}
# Use: GetBlocks <datadir>
# returns number of blocks from getinfo
function GetBlocks {
$CLI $1 getblockcount
}

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