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decompressors: add XZ decompressor module

In userspace, the .lzma format has become mostly a legacy file format that
got superseded by the .xz format.  Similarly, LZMA Utils was superseded by
XZ Utils.

These patches add support for XZ decompression into the kernel.  Most of
the code is as is from XZ Embedded <http://tukaani.org/xz/embedded.html>.
It was written for the Linux kernel but is usable in other projects too.

Advantages of XZ over the current LZMA code in the kernel:
  - Nice API that can be used by other kernel modules; it's
    not limited to kernel, initramfs, and initrd decompression.
  - Integrity check support (CRC32)
  - BCJ filters improve compression of executable code on
    certain architectures. These together with LZMA2 can
    produce a few percent smaller kernel or Squashfs images
    than plain LZMA without making the decompression slower.

This patch: Add the main decompression code (xz_dec), testing module
(xz_dec_test), wrapper script (xz_wrap.sh) for the xz command line tool,
and documentation.  The xz_dec module is enough to have a usable XZ
decompressor e.g.  for Squashfs.

Signed-off-by: Lasse Collin <lasse.collin@tukaani.org>
Cc: "H. Peter Anvin" <hpa@zytor.com>
Cc: Alain Knaff <alain@knaff.lu>
Cc: Albin Tonnerre <albin.tonnerre@free-electrons.com>
Cc: Phillip Lougher <phillip@lougher.demon.co.uk>
Signed-off-by: Andrew Morton <akpm@linux-foundation.org>
Signed-off-by: Linus Torvalds <torvalds@linux-foundation.org>
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121 src/kernel/Documentation/xz.txt
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+
+XZ data compression in Linux
+============================
+
+Introduction
+
+ XZ is a general purpose data compression format with high compression
+ ratio and relatively fast decompression. The primary compression
+ algorithm (filter) is LZMA2. Additional filters can be used to improve
+ compression ratio even further. E.g. Branch/Call/Jump (BCJ) filters
+ improve compression ratio of executable data.
+
+ The XZ decompressor in Linux is called XZ Embedded. It supports
+ the LZMA2 filter and optionally also BCJ filters. CRC32 is supported
+ for integrity checking. The home page of XZ Embedded is at
+ <http://tukaani.org/xz/embedded.html>, where you can find the
+ latest version and also information about using the code outside
+ the Linux kernel.
+
+ For userspace, XZ Utils provide a zlib-like compression library
+ and a gzip-like command line tool. XZ Utils can be downloaded from
+ <http://tukaani.org/xz/>.
+
+XZ related components in the kernel
+
+ The xz_dec module provides XZ decompressor with single-call (buffer
+ to buffer) and multi-call (stateful) APIs. The usage of the xz_dec
+ module is documented in include/linux/xz.h.
+
+ The xz_dec_test module is for testing xz_dec. xz_dec_test is not
+ useful unless you are hacking the XZ decompressor. xz_dec_test
+ allocates a char device major dynamically to which one can write
+ .xz files from userspace. The decompressed output is thrown away.
+ Keep an eye on dmesg to see diagnostics printed by xz_dec_test.
+ See the xz_dec_test source code for the details.
+
+ For decompressing the kernel image, initramfs, and initrd, there
+ is a wrapper function in lib/decompress_unxz.c. Its API is the
+ same as in other decompress_*.c files, which is defined in
+ include/linux/decompress/generic.h.
+
+ scripts/xz_wrap.sh is a wrapper for the xz command line tool found
+ from XZ Utils. The wrapper sets compression options to values suitable
+ for compressing the kernel image.
+
+ For kernel makefiles, two commands are provided for use with
+ $(call if_needed). The kernel image should be compressed with
+ $(call if_needed,xzkern) which will use a BCJ filter and a big LZMA2
+ dictionary. It will also append a four-byte trailer containing the
+ uncompressed size of the file, which is needed by the boot code.
+ Other things should be compressed with $(call if_needed,xzmisc)
+ which will use no BCJ filter and 1 MiB LZMA2 dictionary.
+
+Notes on compression options
+
+ Since the XZ Embedded supports only streams with no integrity check or
+ CRC32, make sure that you don't use some other integrity check type
+ when encoding files that are supposed to be decoded by the kernel. With
+ liblzma, you need to use either LZMA_CHECK_NONE or LZMA_CHECK_CRC32
+ when encoding. With the xz command line tool, use --check=none or
+ --check=crc32.
+
+ Using CRC32 is strongly recommended unless there is some other layer
+ which will verify the integrity of the uncompressed data anyway.
+ Double checking the integrity would probably be waste of CPU cycles.
+ Note that the headers will always have a CRC32 which will be validated
+ by the decoder; you can only change the integrity check type (or
+ disable it) for the actual uncompressed data.
+
+ In userspace, LZMA2 is typically used with dictionary sizes of several
+ megabytes. The decoder needs to have the dictionary in RAM, thus big
+ dictionaries cannot be used for files that are intended to be decoded
+ by the kernel. 1 MiB is probably the maximum reasonable dictionary
+ size for in-kernel use (maybe more is OK for initramfs). The presets
+ in XZ Utils may not be optimal when creating files for the kernel,
+ so don't hesitate to use custom settings. Example:
+
+ xz --check=crc32 --lzma2=dict=512KiB inputfile
+
+ An exception to above dictionary size limitation is when the decoder
+ is used in single-call mode. Decompressing the kernel itself is an
+ example of this situation. In single-call mode, the memory usage
+ doesn't depend on the dictionary size, and it is perfectly fine to
+ use a big dictionary: for maximum compression, the dictionary should
+ be at least as big as the uncompressed data itself.
+
+Future plans
+
+ Creating a limited XZ encoder may be considered if people think it is
+ useful. LZMA2 is slower to compress than e.g. Deflate or LZO even at
+ the fastest settings, so it isn't clear if LZMA2 encoder is wanted
+ into the kernel.
+
+ Support for limited random-access reading is planned for the
+ decompression code. I don't know if it could have any use in the
+ kernel, but I know that it would be useful in some embedded projects
+ outside the Linux kernel.
+
+Conformance to the .xz file format specification
+
+ There are a couple of corner cases where things have been simplified
+ at expense of detecting errors as early as possible. These should not
+ matter in practice all, since they don't cause security issues. But
+ it is good to know this if testing the code e.g. with the test files
+ from XZ Utils.
+
+Reporting bugs
+
+ Before reporting a bug, please check that it's not fixed already
+ at upstream. See <http://tukaani.org/xz/embedded.html> to get the
+ latest code.
+
+ Report bugs to <lasse.collin@tukaani.org> or visit #tukaani on
+ Freenode and talk to Larhzu. I don't actively read LKML or other
+ kernel-related mailing lists, so if there's something I should know,
+ you should email to me personally or use IRC.
+
+ Don't bother Igor Pavlov with questions about the XZ implementation
+ in the kernel or about XZ Utils. While these two implementations
+ include essential code that is directly based on Igor Pavlov's code,
+ these implementations aren't maintained nor supported by him.
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264 src/kernel/include/linux/xz.h
@@ -0,0 +1,264 @@
+/*
+ * XZ decompressor
+ *
+ * Authors: Lasse Collin <lasse.collin@tukaani.org>
+ * Igor Pavlov <http://7-zip.org/>
+ *
+ * This file has been put into the public domain.
+ * You can do whatever you want with this file.
+ */
+
+#ifndef XZ_H
+#define XZ_H
+
+#ifdef __KERNEL__
+# include <linux/stddef.h>
+# include <linux/types.h>
+#else
+# include <stddef.h>
+# include <stdint.h>
+#endif
+
+/* In Linux, this is used to make extern functions static when needed. */
+#ifndef XZ_EXTERN
+# define XZ_EXTERN extern
+#endif
+
+/**
+ * enum xz_mode - Operation mode
+ *
+ * @XZ_SINGLE: Single-call mode. This uses less RAM than
+ * than multi-call modes, because the LZMA2
+ * dictionary doesn't need to be allocated as
+ * part of the decoder state. All required data
+ * structures are allocated at initialization,
+ * so xz_dec_run() cannot return XZ_MEM_ERROR.
+ * @XZ_PREALLOC: Multi-call mode with preallocated LZMA2
+ * dictionary buffer. All data structures are
+ * allocated at initialization, so xz_dec_run()
+ * cannot return XZ_MEM_ERROR.
+ * @XZ_DYNALLOC: Multi-call mode. The LZMA2 dictionary is
+ * allocated once the required size has been
+ * parsed from the stream headers. If the
+ * allocation fails, xz_dec_run() will return
+ * XZ_MEM_ERROR.
+ *
+ * It is possible to enable support only for a subset of the above
+ * modes at compile time by defining XZ_DEC_SINGLE, XZ_DEC_PREALLOC,
+ * or XZ_DEC_DYNALLOC. The xz_dec kernel module is always compiled
+ * with support for all operation modes, but the preboot code may
+ * be built with fewer features to minimize code size.
+ */
+enum xz_mode {
+ XZ_SINGLE,
+ XZ_PREALLOC,
+ XZ_DYNALLOC
+};
+
+/**
+ * enum xz_ret - Return codes
+ * @XZ_OK: Everything is OK so far. More input or more
+ * output space is required to continue. This
+ * return code is possible only in multi-call mode
+ * (XZ_PREALLOC or XZ_DYNALLOC).
+ * @XZ_STREAM_END: Operation finished successfully.
+ * @XZ_UNSUPPORTED_CHECK: Integrity check type is not supported. Decoding
+ * is still possible in multi-call mode by simply
+ * calling xz_dec_run() again.
+ * Note that this return value is used only if
+ * XZ_DEC_ANY_CHECK was defined at build time,
+ * which is not used in the kernel. Unsupported
+ * check types return XZ_OPTIONS_ERROR if
+ * XZ_DEC_ANY_CHECK was not defined at build time.
+ * @XZ_MEM_ERROR: Allocating memory failed. This return code is
+ * possible only if the decoder was initialized
+ * with XZ_DYNALLOC. The amount of memory that was
+ * tried to be allocated was no more than the
+ * dict_max argument given to xz_dec_init().
+ * @XZ_MEMLIMIT_ERROR: A bigger LZMA2 dictionary would be needed than
+ * allowed by the dict_max argument given to
+ * xz_dec_init(). This return value is possible
+ * only in multi-call mode (XZ_PREALLOC or
+ * XZ_DYNALLOC); the single-call mode (XZ_SINGLE)
+ * ignores the dict_max argument.
+ * @XZ_FORMAT_ERROR: File format was not recognized (wrong magic
+ * bytes).
+ * @XZ_OPTIONS_ERROR: This implementation doesn't support the requested
+ * compression options. In the decoder this means
+ * that the header CRC32 matches, but the header
+ * itself specifies something that we don't support.
+ * @XZ_DATA_ERROR: Compressed data is corrupt.
+ * @XZ_BUF_ERROR: Cannot make any progress. Details are slightly
+ * different between multi-call and single-call
+ * mode; more information below.
+ *
+ * In multi-call mode, XZ_BUF_ERROR is returned when two consecutive calls
+ * to XZ code cannot consume any input and cannot produce any new output.
+ * This happens when there is no new input available, or the output buffer
+ * is full while at least one output byte is still pending. Assuming your
+ * code is not buggy, you can get this error only when decoding a compressed
+ * stream that is truncated or otherwise corrupt.
+ *
+ * In single-call mode, XZ_BUF_ERROR is returned only when the output buffer
+ * is too small or the compressed input is corrupt in a way that makes the
+ * decoder produce more output than the caller expected. When it is
+ * (relatively) clear that the compressed input is truncated, XZ_DATA_ERROR
+ * is used instead of XZ_BUF_ERROR.
+ */
+enum xz_ret {
+ XZ_OK,
+ XZ_STREAM_END,
+ XZ_UNSUPPORTED_CHECK,
+ XZ_MEM_ERROR,
+ XZ_MEMLIMIT_ERROR,
+ XZ_FORMAT_ERROR,
+ XZ_OPTIONS_ERROR,
+ XZ_DATA_ERROR,
+ XZ_BUF_ERROR
+};
+
+/**
+ * struct xz_buf - Passing input and output buffers to XZ code
+ * @in: Beginning of the input buffer. This may be NULL if and only
+ * if in_pos is equal to in_size.
+ * @in_pos: Current position in the input buffer. This must not exceed
+ * in_size.
+ * @in_size: Size of the input buffer
+ * @out: Beginning of the output buffer. This may be NULL if and only
+ * if out_pos is equal to out_size.
+ * @out_pos: Current position in the output buffer. This must not exceed
+ * out_size.
+ * @out_size: Size of the output buffer
+ *
+ * Only the contents of the output buffer from out[out_pos] onward, and
+ * the variables in_pos and out_pos are modified by the XZ code.
+ */
+struct xz_buf {
+ const uint8_t *in;
+ size_t in_pos;
+ size_t in_size;
+
+ uint8_t *out;
+ size_t out_pos;
+ size_t out_size;
+};
+
+/**
+ * struct xz_dec - Opaque type to hold the XZ decoder state
+ */
+struct xz_dec;
+
+/**
+ * xz_dec_init() - Allocate and initialize a XZ decoder state
+ * @mode: Operation mode
+ * @dict_max: Maximum size of the LZMA2 dictionary (history buffer) for
+ * multi-call decoding. This is ignored in single-call mode
+ * (mode == XZ_SINGLE). LZMA2 dictionary is always 2^n bytes
+ * or 2^n + 2^(n-1) bytes (the latter sizes are less common
+ * in practice), so other values for dict_max don't make sense.
+ * In the kernel, dictionary sizes of 64 KiB, 128 KiB, 256 KiB,
+ * 512 KiB, and 1 MiB are probably the only reasonable values,
+ * except for kernel and initramfs images where a bigger
+ * dictionary can be fine and useful.
+ *
+ * Single-call mode (XZ_SINGLE): xz_dec_run() decodes the whole stream at
+ * once. The caller must provide enough output space or the decoding will
+ * fail. The output space is used as the dictionary buffer, which is why
+ * there is no need to allocate the dictionary as part of the decoder's
+ * internal state.
+ *
+ * Because the output buffer is used as the workspace, streams encoded using
+ * a big dictionary are not a problem in single-call mode. It is enough that
+ * the output buffer is big enough to hold the actual uncompressed data; it
+ * can be smaller than the dictionary size stored in the stream headers.
+ *
+ * Multi-call mode with preallocated dictionary (XZ_PREALLOC): dict_max bytes
+ * of memory is preallocated for the LZMA2 dictionary. This way there is no
+ * risk that xz_dec_run() could run out of memory, since xz_dec_run() will
+ * never allocate any memory. Instead, if the preallocated dictionary is too
+ * small for decoding the given input stream, xz_dec_run() will return
+ * XZ_MEMLIMIT_ERROR. Thus, it is important to know what kind of data will be
+ * decoded to avoid allocating excessive amount of memory for the dictionary.
+ *
+ * Multi-call mode with dynamically allocated dictionary (XZ_DYNALLOC):
+ * dict_max specifies the maximum allowed dictionary size that xz_dec_run()
+ * may allocate once it has parsed the dictionary size from the stream
+ * headers. This way excessive allocations can be avoided while still
+ * limiting the maximum memory usage to a sane value to prevent running the
+ * system out of memory when decompressing streams from untrusted sources.
+ *
+ * On success, xz_dec_init() returns a pointer to struct xz_dec, which is
+ * ready to be used with xz_dec_run(). If memory allocation fails,
+ * xz_dec_init() returns NULL.
+ */
+XZ_EXTERN struct xz_dec *xz_dec_init(enum xz_mode mode, uint32_t dict_max);
+
+/**
+ * xz_dec_run() - Run the XZ decoder
+ * @s: Decoder state allocated using xz_dec_init()
+ * @b: Input and output buffers
+ *
+ * The possible return values depend on build options and operation mode.
+ * See enum xz_ret for details.
+ *
+ * Note that if an error occurs in single-call mode (return value is not
+ * XZ_STREAM_END), b->in_pos and b->out_pos are not modified and the
+ * contents of the output buffer from b->out[b->out_pos] onward are
+ * undefined. This is true even after XZ_BUF_ERROR, because with some filter
+ * chains, there may be a second pass over the output buffer, and this pass
+ * cannot be properly done if the output buffer is truncated. Thus, you
+ * cannot give the single-call decoder a too small buffer and then expect to
+ * get that amount valid data from the beginning of the stream. You must use
+ * the multi-call decoder if you don't want to uncompress the whole stream.
+ */
+XZ_EXTERN enum xz_ret xz_dec_run(struct xz_dec *s, struct xz_buf *b);
+
+/**
+ * xz_dec_reset() - Reset an already allocated decoder state
+ * @s: Decoder state allocated using xz_dec_init()
+ *
+ * This function can be used to reset the multi-call decoder state without
+ * freeing and reallocating memory with xz_dec_end() and xz_dec_init().
+ *
+ * In single-call mode, xz_dec_reset() is always called in the beginning of
+ * xz_dec_run(). Thus, explicit call to xz_dec_reset() is useful only in
+ * multi-call mode.
+ */
+XZ_EXTERN void xz_dec_reset(struct xz_dec *s);
+
+/**
+ * xz_dec_end() - Free the memory allocated for the decoder state
+ * @s: Decoder state allocated using xz_dec_init(). If s is NULL,
+ * this function does nothing.
+ */
+XZ_EXTERN void xz_dec_end(struct xz_dec *s);
+
+/*
+ * Standalone build (userspace build or in-kernel build for boot time use)
+ * needs a CRC32 implementation. For normal in-kernel use, kernel's own
+ * CRC32 module is used instead, and users of this module don't need to
+ * care about the functions below.
+ */
+#ifndef XZ_INTERNAL_CRC32
+# ifdef __KERNEL__
+# define XZ_INTERNAL_CRC32 0
+# else
+# define XZ_INTERNAL_CRC32 1
+# endif
+#endif
+
+#if XZ_INTERNAL_CRC32
+/*
+ * This must be called before any other xz_* function to initialize
+ * the CRC32 lookup table.
+ */
+XZ_EXTERN void xz_crc32_init(void);
+
+/*
+ * Update CRC32 value using the polynomial from IEEE-802.3. To start a new
+ * calculation, the third argument must be zero. To continue the calculation,
+ * the previously returned value is passed as the third argument.
+ */
+XZ_EXTERN uint32_t xz_crc32(const uint8_t *buf, size_t size, uint32_t crc);
+#endif
+#endif
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2  src/kernel/lib/Kconfig
@@ -103,6 +103,8 @@ config LZO_COMPRESS
config LZO_DECOMPRESS
tristate
+source "lib/xz/Kconfig"
+
#
# These all provide a common interface (hence the apparent duplication with
# ZLIB_INFLATE; DECOMPRESS_GZIP is just a wrapper.)
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1  src/kernel/lib/Makefile
@@ -69,6 +69,7 @@ obj-$(CONFIG_ZLIB_DEFLATE) += zlib_deflate/
obj-$(CONFIG_REED_SOLOMON) += reed_solomon/
obj-$(CONFIG_LZO_COMPRESS) += lzo/
obj-$(CONFIG_LZO_DECOMPRESS) += lzo/
+obj-$(CONFIG_XZ_DEC) += xz/
lib-$(CONFIG_DECOMPRESS_GZIP) += decompress_inflate.o
lib-$(CONFIG_DECOMPRESS_BZIP2) += decompress_bunzip2.o
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59 src/kernel/lib/xz/Kconfig
@@ -0,0 +1,59 @@
+config XZ_DEC
+ tristate "XZ decompression support"
+ select CRC32
+ help
+ LZMA2 compression algorithm and BCJ filters are supported using
+ the .xz file format as the container. For integrity checking,
+ CRC32 is supported. See Documentation/xz.txt for more information.
+
+config XZ_DEC_X86
+ bool "x86 BCJ filter decoder" if EMBEDDED
+ default y
+ depends on XZ_DEC
+ select XZ_DEC_BCJ
+
+config XZ_DEC_POWERPC
+ bool "PowerPC BCJ filter decoder" if EMBEDDED
+ default y
+ depends on XZ_DEC
+ select XZ_DEC_BCJ
+
+config XZ_DEC_IA64
+ bool "IA-64 BCJ filter decoder" if EMBEDDED
+ default y
+ depends on XZ_DEC
+ select XZ_DEC_BCJ
+
+config XZ_DEC_ARM
+ bool "ARM BCJ filter decoder" if EMBEDDED
+ default y
+ depends on XZ_DEC
+ select XZ_DEC_BCJ
+
+config XZ_DEC_ARMTHUMB
+ bool "ARM-Thumb BCJ filter decoder" if EMBEDDED
+ default y
+ depends on XZ_DEC
+ select XZ_DEC_BCJ
+
+config XZ_DEC_SPARC
+ bool "SPARC BCJ filter decoder" if EMBEDDED
+ default y
+ depends on XZ_DEC
+ select XZ_DEC_BCJ
+
+config XZ_DEC_BCJ
+ bool
+ default n
+
+config XZ_DEC_TEST
+ tristate "XZ decompressor tester"
+ default n
+ depends on XZ_DEC
+ help
+ This allows passing .xz files to the in-kernel XZ decoder via
+ a character special file. It calculates CRC32 of the decompressed
+ data and writes diagnostics to the system log.
+
+ Unless you are developing the XZ decoder, you don't need this
+ and should say N.
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5 src/kernel/lib/xz/Makefile
@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
+obj-$(CONFIG_XZ_DEC) += xz_dec.o
+xz_dec-y := xz_dec_syms.o xz_dec_stream.o xz_dec_lzma2.o
+xz_dec-$(CONFIG_XZ_DEC_BCJ) += xz_dec_bcj.o
+
+obj-$(CONFIG_XZ_DEC_TEST) += xz_dec_test.o
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59 src/kernel/lib/xz/xz_crc32.c
@@ -0,0 +1,59 @@
+/*
+ * CRC32 using the polynomial from IEEE-802.3
+ *
+ * Authors: Lasse Collin <lasse.collin@tukaani.org>
+ * Igor Pavlov <http://7-zip.org/>
+ *
+ * This file has been put into the public domain.
+ * You can do whatever you want with this file.
+ */
+
+/*
+ * This is not the fastest implementation, but it is pretty compact.
+ * The fastest versions of xz_crc32() on modern CPUs without hardware
+ * accelerated CRC instruction are 3-5 times as fast as this version,
+ * but they are bigger and use more memory for the lookup table.
+ */
+
+#include "xz_private.h"
+
+/*
+ * STATIC_RW_DATA is used in the pre-boot environment on some architectures.
+ * See <linux/decompress/mm.h> for details.
+ */
+#ifndef STATIC_RW_DATA
+# define STATIC_RW_DATA static
+#endif
+
+STATIC_RW_DATA uint32_t xz_crc32_table[256];
+
+XZ_EXTERN void xz_crc32_init(void)
+{
+ const uint32_t poly = 0xEDB88320;
+
+ uint32_t i;
+ uint32_t j;
+ uint32_t r;
+
+ for (i = 0; i < 256; ++i) {
+ r = i;
+ for (j = 0; j < 8; ++j)
+ r = (r >> 1) ^ (poly & ~((r & 1) - 1));
+
+ xz_crc32_table[i] = r;
+ }
+
+ return;
+}
+
+XZ_EXTERN uint32_t xz_crc32(const uint8_t *buf, size_t size, uint32_t crc)
+{
+ crc = ~crc;
+
+ while (size != 0) {
+ crc = xz_crc32_table[*buf++ ^ (crc & 0xFF)] ^ (crc >> 8);
+ --size;
+ }
+
+ return ~crc;
+}
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561 src/kernel/lib/xz/xz_dec_bcj.c
@@ -0,0 +1,561 @@
+/*
+ * Branch/Call/Jump (BCJ) filter decoders
+ *
+ * Authors: Lasse Collin <lasse.collin@tukaani.org>
+ * Igor Pavlov <http://7-zip.org/>
+ *
+ * This file has been put into the public domain.
+ * You can do whatever you want with this file.
+ */
+
+#include "xz_private.h"
+
+/*
+ * The rest of the file is inside this ifdef. It makes things a little more
+ * convenient when building without support for any BCJ filters.
+ */
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_BCJ
+
+struct xz_dec_bcj {
+ /* Type of the BCJ filter being used */
+ enum {
+ BCJ_X86 = 4, /* x86 or x86-64 */
+ BCJ_POWERPC = 5, /* Big endian only */
+ BCJ_IA64 = 6, /* Big or little endian */
+ BCJ_ARM = 7, /* Little endian only */
+ BCJ_ARMTHUMB = 8, /* Little endian only */
+ BCJ_SPARC = 9 /* Big or little endian */
+ } type;
+
+ /*
+ * Return value of the next filter in the chain. We need to preserve
+ * this information across calls, because we must not call the next
+ * filter anymore once it has returned XZ_STREAM_END.
+ */
+ enum xz_ret ret;
+
+ /* True if we are operating in single-call mode. */
+ bool single_call;
+
+ /*
+ * Absolute position relative to the beginning of the uncompressed
+ * data (in a single .xz Block). We care only about the lowest 32
+ * bits so this doesn't need to be uint64_t even with big files.
+ */
+ uint32_t pos;
+
+ /* x86 filter state */
+ uint32_t x86_prev_mask;
+
+ /* Temporary space to hold the variables from struct xz_buf */
+ uint8_t *out;
+ size_t out_pos;
+ size_t out_size;
+
+ struct {
+ /* Amount of already filtered data in the beginning of buf */
+ size_t filtered;
+
+ /* Total amount of data currently stored in buf */
+ size_t size;
+
+ /*
+ * Buffer to hold a mix of filtered and unfiltered data. This
+ * needs to be big enough to hold Alignment + 2 * Look-ahead:
+ *
+ * Type Alignment Look-ahead
+ * x86 1 4
+ * PowerPC 4 0
+ * IA-64 16 0
+ * ARM 4 0
+ * ARM-Thumb 2 2
+ * SPARC 4 0
+ */
+ uint8_t buf[16];
+ } temp;
+};
+
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_X86
+/*
+ * This is used to test the most significant byte of a memory address
+ * in an x86 instruction.
+ */
+static inline int bcj_x86_test_msbyte(uint8_t b)
+{
+ return b == 0x00 || b == 0xFF;
+}
+
+static size_t bcj_x86(struct xz_dec_bcj *s, uint8_t *buf, size_t size)
+{
+ static const bool mask_to_allowed_status[8]
+ = { true, true, true, false, true, false, false, false };
+
+ static const uint8_t mask_to_bit_num[8] = { 0, 1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, 3 };
+
+ size_t i;
+ size_t prev_pos = (size_t)-1;
+ uint32_t prev_mask = s->x86_prev_mask;
+ uint32_t src;
+ uint32_t dest;
+ uint32_t j;
+ uint8_t b;
+
+ if (size <= 4)
+ return 0;
+
+ size -= 4;
+ for (i = 0; i < size; ++i) {
+ if ((buf[i] & 0xFE) != 0xE8)
+ continue;
+
+ prev_pos = i - prev_pos;
+ if (prev_pos > 3) {
+ prev_mask = 0;
+ } else {
+ prev_mask = (prev_mask << (prev_pos - 1)) & 7;
+ if (prev_mask != 0) {
+ b = buf[i + 4 - mask_to_bit_num[prev_mask]];
+ if (!mask_to_allowed_status[prev_mask]
+ || bcj_x86_test_msbyte(b)) {
+ prev_pos = i;
+ prev_mask = (prev_mask << 1) | 1;
+ continue;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ prev_pos = i;
+
+ if (bcj_x86_test_msbyte(buf[i + 4])) {
+ src = get_unaligned_le32(buf + i + 1);
+ while (true) {
+ dest = src - (s->pos + (uint32_t)i + 5);
+ if (prev_mask == 0)
+ break;
+
+ j = mask_to_bit_num[prev_mask] * 8;
+ b = (uint8_t)(dest >> (24 - j));
+ if (!bcj_x86_test_msbyte(b))
+ break;
+
+ src = dest ^ (((uint32_t)1 << (32 - j)) - 1);
+ }
+
+ dest &= 0x01FFFFFF;
+ dest |= (uint32_t)0 - (dest & 0x01000000);
+ put_unaligned_le32(dest, buf + i + 1);
+ i += 4;
+ } else {
+ prev_mask = (prev_mask << 1) | 1;
+ }
+ }
+
+ prev_pos = i - prev_pos;
+ s->x86_prev_mask = prev_pos > 3 ? 0 : prev_mask << (prev_pos - 1);
+ return i;
+}
+#endif
+
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_POWERPC
+static size_t bcj_powerpc(struct xz_dec_bcj *s, uint8_t *buf, size_t size)
+{
+ size_t i;
+ uint32_t instr;
+
+ for (i = 0; i + 4 <= size; i += 4) {
+ instr = get_unaligned_be32(buf + i);
+ if ((instr & 0xFC000003) == 0x48000001) {
+ instr &= 0x03FFFFFC;
+ instr -= s->pos + (uint32_t)i;
+ instr &= 0x03FFFFFC;
+ instr |= 0x48000001;
+ put_unaligned_be32(instr, buf + i);
+ }
+ }
+
+ return i;
+}
+#endif
+
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_IA64
+static size_t bcj_ia64(struct xz_dec_bcj *s, uint8_t *buf, size_t size)
+{
+ static const uint8_t branch_table[32] = {
+ 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
+ 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
+ 4, 4, 6, 6, 0, 0, 7, 7,
+ 4, 4, 0, 0, 4, 4, 0, 0
+ };
+
+ /*
+ * The local variables take a little bit stack space, but it's less
+ * than what LZMA2 decoder takes, so it doesn't make sense to reduce
+ * stack usage here without doing that for the LZMA2 decoder too.
+ */
+
+ /* Loop counters */
+ size_t i;
+ size_t j;
+
+ /* Instruction slot (0, 1, or 2) in the 128-bit instruction word */
+ uint32_t slot;
+
+ /* Bitwise offset of the instruction indicated by slot */
+ uint32_t bit_pos;
+
+ /* bit_pos split into byte and bit parts */
+ uint32_t byte_pos;
+ uint32_t bit_res;
+
+ /* Address part of an instruction */
+ uint32_t addr;
+
+ /* Mask used to detect which instructions to convert */
+ uint32_t mask;
+
+ /* 41-bit instruction stored somewhere in the lowest 48 bits */
+ uint64_t instr;
+
+ /* Instruction normalized with bit_res for easier manipulation */
+ uint64_t norm;
+
+ for (i = 0; i + 16 <= size; i += 16) {
+ mask = branch_table[buf[i] & 0x1F];
+ for (slot = 0, bit_pos = 5; slot < 3; ++slot, bit_pos += 41) {
+ if (((mask >> slot) & 1) == 0)
+ continue;
+
+ byte_pos = bit_pos >> 3;
+ bit_res = bit_pos & 7;
+ instr = 0;
+ for (j = 0; j < 6; ++j)
+ instr |= (uint64_t)(buf[i + j + byte_pos])
+ << (8 * j);
+
+ norm = instr >> bit_res;
+
+ if (((norm >> 37) & 0x0F) == 0x05
+ && ((norm >> 9) & 0x07) == 0) {
+ addr = (norm >> 13) & 0x0FFFFF;
+ addr |= ((uint32_t)(norm >> 36) & 1) << 20;
+ addr <<= 4;
+ addr -= s->pos + (uint32_t)i;
+ addr >>= 4;
+
+ norm &= ~((uint64_t)0x8FFFFF << 13);
+ norm |= (uint64_t)(addr & 0x0FFFFF) << 13;
+ norm |= (uint64_t)(addr & 0x100000)
+ << (36 - 20);
+
+ instr &= (1 << bit_res) - 1;
+ instr |= norm << bit_res;
+
+ for (j = 0; j < 6; j++)
+ buf[i + j + byte_pos]
+ = (uint8_t)(instr >> (8 * j));
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ return i;
+}
+#endif
+
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_ARM
+static size_t bcj_arm(struct xz_dec_bcj *s, uint8_t *buf, size_t size)
+{
+ size_t i;
+ uint32_t addr;
+
+ for (i = 0; i + 4 <= size; i += 4) {
+ if (buf[i + 3] == 0xEB) {
+ addr = (uint32_t)buf[i] | ((uint32_t)buf[i + 1] << 8)
+ | ((uint32_t)buf[i + 2] << 16);
+ addr <<= 2;
+ addr -= s->pos + (uint32_t)i + 8;
+ addr >>= 2;
+ buf[i] = (uint8_t)addr;
+ buf[i + 1] = (uint8_t)(addr >> 8);
+ buf[i + 2] = (uint8_t)(addr >> 16);
+ }
+ }
+
+ return i;
+}
+#endif
+
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_ARMTHUMB
+static size_t bcj_armthumb(struct xz_dec_bcj *s, uint8_t *buf, size_t size)
+{
+ size_t i;
+ uint32_t addr;
+
+ for (i = 0; i + 4 <= size; i += 2) {
+ if ((buf[i + 1] & 0xF8) == 0xF0
+ && (buf[i + 3] & 0xF8) == 0xF8) {
+ addr = (((uint32_t)buf[i + 1] & 0x07) << 19)
+ | ((uint32_t)buf[i] << 11)
+ | (((uint32_t)buf[i + 3] & 0x07) << 8)
+ | (uint32_t)buf[i + 2];
+ addr <<= 1;
+ addr -= s->pos + (uint32_t)i + 4;
+ addr >>= 1;
+ buf[i + 1] = (uint8_t)(0xF0 | ((addr >> 19) & 0x07));
+ buf[i] = (uint8_t)(addr >> 11);
+ buf[i + 3] = (uint8_t)(0xF8 | ((addr >> 8) & 0x07));
+ buf[i + 2] = (uint8_t)addr;
+ i += 2;
+ }
+ }
+
+ return i;
+}
+#endif
+
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_SPARC
+static size_t bcj_sparc(struct xz_dec_bcj *s, uint8_t *buf, size_t size)
+{
+ size_t i;
+ uint32_t instr;
+
+ for (i = 0; i + 4 <= size; i += 4) {
+ instr = get_unaligned_be32(buf + i);
+ if ((instr >> 22) == 0x100 || (instr >> 22) == 0x1FF) {
+ instr <<= 2;
+ instr -= s->pos + (uint32_t)i;
+ instr >>= 2;
+ instr = ((uint32_t)0x40000000 - (instr & 0x400000))
+ | 0x40000000 | (instr & 0x3FFFFF);
+ put_unaligned_be32(instr, buf + i);
+ }
+ }
+
+ return i;
+}
+#endif
+
+/*
+ * Apply the selected BCJ filter. Update *pos and s->pos to match the amount
+ * of data that got filtered.
+ *
+ * NOTE: This is implemented as a switch statement to avoid using function
+ * pointers, which could be problematic in the kernel boot code, which must
+ * avoid pointers to static data (at least on x86).
+ */
+static void bcj_apply(struct xz_dec_bcj *s,
+ uint8_t *buf, size_t *pos, size_t size)
+{
+ size_t filtered;
+
+ buf += *pos;
+ size -= *pos;
+
+ switch (s->type) {
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_X86
+ case BCJ_X86:
+ filtered = bcj_x86(s, buf, size);
+ break;
+#endif
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_POWERPC
+ case BCJ_POWERPC:
+ filtered = bcj_powerpc(s, buf, size);
+ break;
+#endif
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_IA64
+ case BCJ_IA64:
+ filtered = bcj_ia64(s, buf, size);
+ break;
+#endif
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_ARM
+ case BCJ_ARM:
+ filtered = bcj_arm(s, buf, size);
+ break;
+#endif
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_ARMTHUMB
+ case BCJ_ARMTHUMB:
+ filtered = bcj_armthumb(s, buf, size);
+ break;
+#endif
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_SPARC
+ case BCJ_SPARC:
+ filtered = bcj_sparc(s, buf, size);
+ break;
+#endif
+ default:
+ /* Never reached but silence compiler warnings. */
+ filtered = 0;
+ break;
+ }
+
+ *pos += filtered;
+ s->pos += filtered;
+}
+
+/*
+ * Flush pending filtered data from temp to the output buffer.
+ * Move the remaining mixture of possibly filtered and unfiltered
+ * data to the beginning of temp.
+ */
+static void bcj_flush(struct xz_dec_bcj *s, struct xz_buf *b)
+{
+ size_t copy_size;
+
+ copy_size = min_t(size_t, s->temp.filtered, b->out_size - b->out_pos);
+ memcpy(b->out + b->out_pos, s->temp.buf, copy_size);
+ b->out_pos += copy_size;
+
+ s->temp.filtered -= copy_size;
+ s->temp.size -= copy_size;
+ memmove(s->temp.buf, s->temp.buf + copy_size, s->temp.size);
+}
+
+/*
+ * The BCJ filter functions are primitive in sense that they process the
+ * data in chunks of 1-16 bytes. To hide this issue, this function does
+ * some buffering.
+ */
+XZ_EXTERN enum xz_ret xz_dec_bcj_run(struct xz_dec_bcj *s,
+ struct xz_dec_lzma2 *lzma2,
+ struct xz_buf *b)
+{
+ size_t out_start;
+
+ /*
+ * Flush pending already filtered data to the output buffer. Return
+ * immediatelly if we couldn't flush everything, or if the next
+ * filter in the chain had already returned XZ_STREAM_END.
+ */
+ if (s->temp.filtered > 0) {
+ bcj_flush(s, b);
+ if (s->temp.filtered > 0)
+ return XZ_OK;
+
+ if (s->ret == XZ_STREAM_END)
+ return XZ_STREAM_END;
+ }
+
+ /*
+ * If we have more output space than what is currently pending in
+ * temp, copy the unfiltered data from temp to the output buffer
+ * and try to fill the output buffer by decoding more data from the
+ * next filter in the chain. Apply the BCJ filter on the new data
+ * in the output buffer. If everything cannot be filtered, copy it
+ * to temp and rewind the output buffer position accordingly.
+ */
+ if (s->temp.size < b->out_size - b->out_pos) {
+ out_start = b->out_pos;
+ memcpy(b->out + b->out_pos, s->temp.buf, s->temp.size);
+ b->out_pos += s->temp.size;
+
+ s->ret = xz_dec_lzma2_run(lzma2, b);
+ if (s->ret != XZ_STREAM_END
+ && (s->ret != XZ_OK || s->single_call))
+ return s->ret;
+
+ bcj_apply(s, b->out, &out_start, b->out_pos);
+
+ /*
+ * As an exception, if the next filter returned XZ_STREAM_END,
+ * we can do that too, since the last few bytes that remain
+ * unfiltered are meant to remain unfiltered.
+ */
+ if (s->ret == XZ_STREAM_END)
+ return XZ_STREAM_END;
+
+ s->temp.size = b->out_pos - out_start;
+ b->out_pos -= s->temp.size;
+ memcpy(s->temp.buf, b->out + b->out_pos, s->temp.size);
+ }
+
+ /*
+ * If we have unfiltered data in temp, try to fill by decoding more
+ * data from the next filter. Apply the BCJ filter on temp. Then we
+ * hopefully can fill the actual output buffer by copying filtered
+ * data from temp. A mix of filtered and unfiltered data may be left
+ * in temp; it will be taken care on the next call to this function.
+ */
+ if (s->temp.size > 0) {
+ /* Make b->out{,_pos,_size} temporarily point to s->temp. */
+ s->out = b->out;
+ s->out_pos = b->out_pos;
+ s->out_size = b->out_size;
+ b->out = s->temp.buf;
+ b->out_pos = s->temp.size;
+ b->out_size = sizeof(s->temp.buf);
+
+ s->ret = xz_dec_lzma2_run(lzma2, b);
+
+ s->temp.size = b->out_pos;
+ b->out = s->out;
+ b->out_pos = s->out_pos;
+ b->out_size = s->out_size;
+
+ if (s->ret != XZ_OK && s->ret != XZ_STREAM_END)
+ return s->ret;
+
+ bcj_apply(s, s->temp.buf, &s->temp.filtered, s->temp.size);
+
+ /*
+ * If the next filter returned XZ_STREAM_END, we mark that
+ * everything is filtered, since the last unfiltered bytes
+ * of the stream are meant to be left as is.
+ */
+ if (s->ret == XZ_STREAM_END)
+ s->temp.filtered = s->temp.size;
+
+ bcj_flush(s, b);
+ if (s->temp.filtered > 0)
+ return XZ_OK;
+ }
+
+ return s->ret;
+}
+
+XZ_EXTERN struct xz_dec_bcj *xz_dec_bcj_create(bool single_call)
+{
+ struct xz_dec_bcj *s = kmalloc(sizeof(*s), GFP_KERNEL);
+ if (s != NULL)
+ s->single_call = single_call;
+
+ return s;
+}
+
+XZ_EXTERN enum xz_ret xz_dec_bcj_reset(struct xz_dec_bcj *s, uint8_t id)
+{
+ switch (id) {
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_X86
+ case BCJ_X86:
+#endif
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_POWERPC
+ case BCJ_POWERPC:
+#endif
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_IA64
+ case BCJ_IA64:
+#endif
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_ARM
+ case BCJ_ARM:
+#endif
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_ARMTHUMB
+ case BCJ_ARMTHUMB:
+#endif
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_SPARC
+ case BCJ_SPARC:
+#endif
+ break;
+
+ default:
+ /* Unsupported Filter ID */
+ return XZ_OPTIONS_ERROR;
+ }
+
+ s->type = id;
+ s->ret = XZ_OK;
+ s->pos = 0;
+ s->x86_prev_mask = 0;
+ s->temp.filtered = 0;
+ s->temp.size = 0;
+
+ return XZ_OK;
+}
+
+#endif
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+/*
+ * LZMA2 decoder
+ *
+ * Authors: Lasse Collin <lasse.collin@tukaani.org>
+ * Igor Pavlov <http://7-zip.org/>
+ *
+ * This file has been put into the public domain.
+ * You can do whatever you want with this file.
+ */
+
+#include "xz_private.h"
+#include "xz_lzma2.h"
+
+/*
+ * Range decoder initialization eats the first five bytes of each LZMA chunk.
+ */
+#define RC_INIT_BYTES 5
+
+/*
+ * Minimum number of usable input buffer to safely decode one LZMA symbol.
+ * The worst case is that we decode 22 bits using probabilities and 26
+ * direct bits. This may decode at maximum of 20 bytes of input. However,
+ * lzma_main() does an extra normalization before returning, thus we
+ * need to put 21 here.
+ */
+#define LZMA_IN_REQUIRED 21
+
+/*
+ * Dictionary (history buffer)
+ *
+ * These are always true:
+ * start <= pos <= full <= end
+ * pos <= limit <= end
+ *
+ * In multi-call mode, also these are true:
+ * end == size
+ * size <= size_max
+ * allocated <= size
+ *
+ * Most of these variables are size_t to support single-call mode,
+ * in which the dictionary variables address the actual output
+ * buffer directly.
+ */
+struct dictionary {
+ /* Beginning of the history buffer */
+ uint8_t *buf;
+
+ /* Old position in buf (before decoding more data) */
+ size_t start;
+
+ /* Position in buf */
+ size_t pos;
+
+ /*
+ * How full dictionary is. This is used to detect corrupt input that
+ * would read beyond the beginning of the uncompressed stream.
+ */
+ size_t full;
+
+ /* Write limit; we don't write to buf[limit] or later bytes. */
+ size_t limit;
+
+ /*
+ * End of the dictionary buffer. In multi-call mode, this is
+ * the same as the dictionary size. In single-call mode, this
+ * indicates the size of the output buffer.
+ */
+ size_t end;
+
+ /*
+ * Size of the dictionary as specified in Block Header. This is used
+ * together with "full" to detect corrupt input that would make us
+ * read beyond the beginning of the uncompressed stream.
+ */
+ uint32_t size;
+
+ /*
+ * Maximum allowed dictionary size in multi-call mode.
+ * This is ignored in single-call mode.
+ */
+ uint32_t size_max;
+
+ /*
+ * Amount of memory currently allocated for the dictionary.
+ * This is used only with XZ_DYNALLOC. (With XZ_PREALLOC,
+ * size_max is always the same as the allocated size.)
+ */
+ uint32_t allocated;
+
+ /* Operation mode */
+ enum xz_mode mode;
+};
+
+/* Range decoder */
+struct rc_dec {
+ uint32_t range;
+ uint32_t code;
+
+ /*
+ * Number of initializing bytes remaining to be read
+ * by rc_read_init().
+ */
+ uint32_t init_bytes_left;
+
+ /*
+ * Buffer from which we read our input. It can be either
+ * temp.buf or the caller-provided input buffer.
+ */
+ const uint8_t *in;
+ size_t in_pos;
+ size_t in_limit;
+};
+
+/* Probabilities for a length decoder. */
+struct lzma_len_dec {
+ /* Probability of match length being at least 10 */
+ uint16_t choice;
+
+ /* Probability of match length being at least 18 */
+ uint16_t choice2;
+
+ /* Probabilities for match lengths 2-9 */
+ uint16_t low[POS_STATES_MAX][LEN_LOW_SYMBOLS];
+
+ /* Probabilities for match lengths 10-17 */
+ uint16_t mid[POS_STATES_MAX][LEN_MID_SYMBOLS];
+
+ /* Probabilities for match lengths 18-273 */
+ uint16_t high[LEN_HIGH_SYMBOLS];
+};
+
+struct lzma_dec {
+ /* Distances of latest four matches */
+ uint32_t rep0;
+ uint32_t rep1;
+ uint32_t rep2;
+ uint32_t rep3;
+
+ /* Types of the most recently seen LZMA symbols */
+ enum lzma_state state;
+
+ /*
+ * Length of a match. This is updated so that dict_repeat can
+ * be called again to finish repeating the whole match.
+ */
+ uint32_t len;
+
+ /*
+ * LZMA properties or related bit masks (number of literal
+ * context bits, a mask dervied from the number of literal
+ * position bits, and a mask dervied from the number
+ * position bits)
+ */
+ uint32_t lc;
+ uint32_t literal_pos_mask; /* (1 << lp) - 1 */
+ uint32_t pos_mask; /* (1 << pb) - 1 */
+
+ /* If 1, it's a match. Otherwise it's a single 8-bit literal. */
+ uint16_t is_match[STATES][POS_STATES_MAX];
+
+ /* If 1, it's a repeated match. The distance is one of rep0 .. rep3. */
+ uint16_t is_rep[STATES];
+
+ /*
+ * If 0, distance of a repeated match is rep0.
+ * Otherwise check is_rep1.
+ */
+ uint16_t is_rep0[STATES];
+
+ /*
+ * If 0, distance of a repeated match is rep1.
+ * Otherwise check is_rep2.
+ */
+ uint16_t is_rep1[STATES];
+
+ /* If 0, distance of a repeated match is rep2. Otherwise it is rep3. */
+ uint16_t is_rep2[STATES];
+
+ /*
+ * If 1, the repeated match has length of one byte. Otherwise
+ * the length is decoded from rep_len_decoder.
+ */
+ uint16_t is_rep0_long[STATES][POS_STATES_MAX];
+
+ /*
+ * Probability tree for the highest two bits of the match
+ * distance. There is a separate probability tree for match
+ * lengths of 2 (i.e. MATCH_LEN_MIN), 3, 4, and [5, 273].
+ */
+ uint16_t dist_slot[DIST_STATES][DIST_SLOTS];
+
+ /*
+ * Probility trees for additional bits for match distance
+ * when the distance is in the range [4, 127].
+ */
+ uint16_t dist_special[FULL_DISTANCES - DIST_MODEL_END];
+
+ /*
+ * Probability tree for the lowest four bits of a match
+ * distance that is equal to or greater than 128.
+ */
+ uint16_t dist_align[ALIGN_SIZE];
+
+ /* Length of a normal match */
+ struct lzma_len_dec match_len_dec;
+
+ /* Length of a repeated match */
+ struct lzma_len_dec rep_len_dec;
+
+ /* Probabilities of literals */
+ uint16_t literal[LITERAL_CODERS_MAX][LITERAL_CODER_SIZE];
+};
+
+struct lzma2_dec {
+ /* Position in xz_dec_lzma2_run(). */
+ enum lzma2_seq {
+ SEQ_CONTROL,
+ SEQ_UNCOMPRESSED_1,
+ SEQ_UNCOMPRESSED_2,
+ SEQ_COMPRESSED_0,
+ SEQ_COMPRESSED_1,
+ SEQ_PROPERTIES,
+ SEQ_LZMA_PREPARE,
+ SEQ_LZMA_RUN,
+ SEQ_COPY
+ } sequence;
+
+ /* Next position after decoding the compressed size of the chunk. */
+ enum lzma2_seq next_sequence;
+
+ /* Uncompressed size of LZMA chunk (2 MiB at maximum) */
+ uint32_t uncompressed;
+
+ /*
+ * Compressed size of LZMA chunk or compressed/uncompressed
+ * size of uncompressed chunk (64 KiB at maximum)
+ */
+ uint32_t compressed;
+
+ /*
+ * True if dictionary reset is needed. This is false before
+ * the first chunk (LZMA or uncompressed).
+ */
+ bool need_dict_reset;
+
+ /*
+ * True if new LZMA properties are needed. This is false
+ * before the first LZMA chunk.
+ */
+ bool need_props;
+};
+
+struct xz_dec_lzma2 {
+ /*
+ * The order below is important on x86 to reduce code size and
+ * it shouldn't hurt on other platforms. Everything up to and
+ * including lzma.pos_mask are in the first 128 bytes on x86-32,
+ * which allows using smaller instructions to access those
+ * variables. On x86-64, fewer variables fit into the first 128
+ * bytes, but this is still the best order without sacrificing
+ * the readability by splitting the structures.
+ */
+ struct rc_dec rc;
+ struct dictionary dict;
+ struct lzma2_dec lzma2;
+ struct lzma_dec lzma;
+
+ /*
+ * Temporary buffer which holds small number of input bytes between
+ * decoder calls. See lzma2_lzma() for details.
+ */
+ struct {
+ uint32_t size;
+ uint8_t buf[3 * LZMA_IN_REQUIRED];
+ } temp;
+};
+
+/**************
+ * Dictionary *
+ **************/
+
+/*
+ * Reset the dictionary state. When in single-call mode, set up the beginning
+ * of the dictionary to point to the actual output buffer.
+ */
+static void dict_reset(struct dictionary *dict, struct xz_buf *b)
+{
+ if (DEC_IS_SINGLE(dict->mode)) {
+ dict->buf = b->out + b->out_pos;
+ dict->end = b->out_size - b->out_pos;
+ }
+
+ dict->start = 0;
+ dict->pos = 0;
+ dict->limit = 0;
+ dict->full = 0;
+}
+
+/* Set dictionary write limit */
+static void dict_limit(struct dictionary *dict, size_t out_max)
+{
+ if (dict->end - dict->pos <= out_max)
+ dict->limit = dict->end;
+ else
+ dict->limit = dict->pos + out_max;
+}
+
+/* Return true if at least one byte can be written into the dictionary. */
+static inline bool dict_has_space(const struct dictionary *dict)
+{
+ return dict->pos < dict->limit;
+}
+
+/*
+ * Get a byte from the dictionary at the given distance. The distance is
+ * assumed to valid, or as a special case, zero when the dictionary is
+ * still empty. This special case is needed for single-call decoding to
+ * avoid writing a '\0' to the end of the destination buffer.
+ */
+static inline uint32_t dict_get(const struct dictionary *dict, uint32_t dist)
+{
+ size_t offset = dict->pos - dist - 1;
+
+ if (dist >= dict->pos)
+ offset += dict->end;
+
+ return dict->full > 0 ? dict->buf[offset] : 0;
+}
+
+/*
+ * Put one byte into the dictionary. It is assumed that there is space for it.
+ */
+static inline void dict_put(struct dictionary *dict, uint8_t byte)
+{
+ dict->buf[dict->pos++] = byte;
+
+ if (dict->full < dict->pos)
+ dict->full = dict->pos;
+}
+
+/*
+ * Repeat given number of bytes from the given distance. If the distance is
+ * invalid, false is returned. On success, true is returned and *len is
+ * updated to indicate how many bytes were left to be repeated.
+ */
+static bool dict_repeat(struct dictionary *dict, uint32_t *len, uint32_t dist)
+{
+ size_t back;
+ uint32_t left;
+
+ if (dist >= dict->full || dist >= dict->size)
+ return false;
+
+ left = min_t(size_t, dict->limit - dict->pos, *len);
+ *len -= left;
+
+ back = dict->pos - dist - 1;
+ if (dist >= dict->pos)
+ back += dict->end;
+
+ do {
+ dict->buf[dict->pos++] = dict->buf[back++];
+ if (back == dict->end)
+ back = 0;
+ } while (--left > 0);
+
+ if (dict->full < dict->pos)
+ dict->full = dict->pos;
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+/* Copy uncompressed data as is from input to dictionary and output buffers. */
+static void dict_uncompressed(struct dictionary *dict, struct xz_buf *b,
+ uint32_t *left)
+{
+ size_t copy_size;
+
+ while (*left > 0 && b->in_pos < b->in_size
+ && b->out_pos < b->out_size) {
+ copy_size = min(b->in_size - b->in_pos,
+ b->out_size - b->out_pos);
+ if (copy_size > dict->end - dict->pos)
+ copy_size = dict->end - dict->pos;
+ if (copy_size > *left)
+ copy_size = *left;
+
+ *left -= copy_size;
+
+ memcpy(dict->buf + dict->pos, b->in + b->in_pos, copy_size);
+ dict->pos += copy_size;
+
+ if (dict->full < dict->pos)
+ dict->full = dict->pos;
+
+ if (DEC_IS_MULTI(dict->mode)) {
+ if (dict->pos == dict->end)
+ dict->pos = 0;
+
+ memcpy(b->out + b->out_pos, b->in + b->in_pos,
+ copy_size);
+ }
+
+ dict->start = dict->pos;
+
+ b->out_pos += copy_size;
+ b->in_pos += copy_size;
+ }
+}
+
+/*
+ * Flush pending data from dictionary to b->out. It is assumed that there is
+ * enough space in b->out. This is guaranteed because caller uses dict_limit()
+ * before decoding data into the dictionary.
+ */
+static uint32_t dict_flush(struct dictionary *dict, struct xz_buf *b)
+{
+ size_t copy_size = dict->pos - dict->start;
+
+ if (DEC_IS_MULTI(dict->mode)) {
+ if (dict->pos == dict->end)
+ dict->pos = 0;
+
+ memcpy(b->out + b->out_pos, dict->buf + dict->start,
+ copy_size);
+ }
+
+ dict->start = dict->pos;
+ b->out_pos += copy_size;
+ return copy_size;
+}
+
+/*****************
+ * Range decoder *
+ *****************/
+
+/* Reset the range decoder. */
+static void rc_reset(struct rc_dec *rc)
+{
+ rc->range = (uint32_t)-1;
+ rc->code = 0;
+ rc->init_bytes_left = RC_INIT_BYTES;
+}
+
+/*
+ * Read the first five initial bytes into rc->code if they haven't been
+ * read already. (Yes, the first byte gets completely ignored.)
+ */
+static bool rc_read_init(struct rc_dec *rc, struct xz_buf *b)
+{
+ while (rc->init_bytes_left > 0) {
+ if (b->in_pos == b->in_size)
+ return false;
+
+ rc->code = (rc->code << 8) + b->in[b->in_pos++];
+ --rc->init_bytes_left;
+ }
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+/* Return true if there may not be enough input for the next decoding loop. */
+static inline bool rc_limit_exceeded(const struct rc_dec *rc)
+{
+ return rc->in_pos > rc->in_limit;
+}
+
+/*
+ * Return true if it is possible (from point of view of range decoder) that
+ * we have reached the end of the LZMA chunk.
+ */
+static inline bool rc_is_finished(const struct rc_dec *rc)
+{
+ return rc->code == 0;
+}
+
+/* Read the next input byte if needed. */
+static __always_inline void rc_normalize(struct rc_dec *rc)
+{
+ if (rc->range < RC_TOP_VALUE) {
+ rc->range <<= RC_SHIFT_BITS;
+ rc->code = (rc->code << RC_SHIFT_BITS) + rc->in[rc->in_pos++];
+ }
+}
+
+/*
+ * Decode one bit. In some versions, this function has been splitted in three
+ * functions so that the compiler is supposed to be able to more easily avoid
+ * an extra branch. In this particular version of the LZMA decoder, this
+ * doesn't seem to be a good idea (tested with GCC 3.3.6, 3.4.6, and 4.3.3
+ * on x86). Using a non-splitted version results in nicer looking code too.
+ *
+ * NOTE: This must return an int. Do not make it return a bool or the speed
+ * of the code generated by GCC 3.x decreases 10-15 %. (GCC 4.3 doesn't care,
+ * and it generates 10-20 % faster code than GCC 3.x from this file anyway.)
+ */
+static __always_inline int rc_bit(struct rc_dec *rc, uint16_t *prob)
+{
+ uint32_t bound;
+ int bit;
+
+ rc_normalize(rc);
+ bound = (rc->range >> RC_BIT_MODEL_TOTAL_BITS) * *prob;
+ if (rc->code < bound) {
+ rc->range = bound;
+ *prob += (RC_BIT_MODEL_TOTAL - *prob) >> RC_MOVE_BITS;
+ bit = 0;
+ } else {
+ rc->range -= bound;
+ rc->code -= bound;
+ *prob -= *prob >> RC_MOVE_BITS;
+ bit = 1;
+ }
+
+ return bit;
+}
+
+/* Decode a bittree starting from the most significant bit. */
+static __always_inline uint32_t rc_bittree(struct rc_dec *rc,
+ uint16_t *probs, uint32_t limit)
+{
+ uint32_t symbol = 1;
+
+ do {
+ if (rc_bit(rc, &probs[symbol]))
+ symbol = (symbol << 1) + 1;
+ else
+ symbol <<= 1;
+ } while (symbol < limit);
+
+ return symbol;
+}
+
+/* Decode a bittree starting from the least significant bit. */
+static __always_inline void rc_bittree_reverse(struct rc_dec *rc,
+ uint16_t *probs,
+ uint32_t *dest, uint32_t limit)
+{
+ uint32_t symbol = 1;
+ uint32_t i = 0;
+
+ do {
+ if (rc_bit(rc, &probs[symbol])) {
+ symbol = (symbol << 1) + 1;
+ *dest += 1 << i;
+ } else {
+ symbol <<= 1;
+ }
+ } while (++i < limit);
+}
+
+/* Decode direct bits (fixed fifty-fifty probability) */
+static inline void rc_direct(struct rc_dec *rc, uint32_t *dest, uint32_t limit)
+{
+ uint32_t mask;
+
+ do {
+ rc_normalize(rc);
+ rc->range >>= 1;
+ rc->code -= rc->range;
+ mask = (uint32_t)0 - (rc->code >> 31);
+ rc->code += rc->range & mask;
+ *dest = (*dest << 1) + (mask + 1);
+ } while (--limit > 0);
+}
+
+/********
+ * LZMA *
+ ********/
+
+/* Get pointer to literal coder probability array. */
+static uint16_t *lzma_literal_probs(struct xz_dec_lzma2 *s)
+{
+ uint32_t prev_byte = dict_get(&s->dict, 0);
+ uint32_t low = prev_byte >> (8 - s->lzma.lc);
+ uint32_t high = (s->dict.pos & s->lzma.literal_pos_mask) << s->lzma.lc;
+ return s->lzma.literal[low + high];
+}
+
+/* Decode a literal (one 8-bit byte) */
+static void lzma_literal(struct xz_dec_lzma2 *s)
+{
+ uint16_t *probs;
+ uint32_t symbol;
+ uint32_t match_byte;
+ uint32_t match_bit;
+ uint32_t offset;
+ uint32_t i;
+
+ probs = lzma_literal_probs(s);
+
+ if (lzma_state_is_literal(s->lzma.state)) {
+ symbol = rc_bittree(&s->rc, probs, 0x100);
+ } else {
+ symbol = 1;
+ match_byte = dict_get(&s->dict, s->lzma.rep0) << 1;
+ offset = 0x100;
+
+ do {
+ match_bit = match_byte & offset;
+ match_byte <<= 1;
+ i = offset + match_bit + symbol;
+
+ if (rc_bit(&s->rc, &probs[i])) {
+ symbol = (symbol << 1) + 1;
+ offset &= match_bit;
+ } else {
+ symbol <<= 1;
+ offset &= ~match_bit;
+ }
+ } while (symbol < 0x100);
+ }
+
+ dict_put(&s->dict, (uint8_t)symbol);
+ lzma_state_literal(&s->lzma.state);
+}
+
+/* Decode the length of the match into s->lzma.len. */
+static void lzma_len(struct xz_dec_lzma2 *s, struct lzma_len_dec *l,
+ uint32_t pos_state)
+{
+ uint16_t *probs;
+ uint32_t limit;
+
+ if (!rc_bit(&s->rc, &l->choice)) {
+ probs = l->low[pos_state];
+ limit = LEN_LOW_SYMBOLS;
+ s->lzma.len = MATCH_LEN_MIN;
+ } else {
+ if (!rc_bit(&s->rc, &l->choice2)) {
+ probs = l->mid[pos_state];
+ limit = LEN_MID_SYMBOLS;
+ s->lzma.len = MATCH_LEN_MIN + LEN_LOW_SYMBOLS;
+ } else {
+ probs = l->high;
+ limit = LEN_HIGH_SYMBOLS;
+ s->lzma.len = MATCH_LEN_MIN + LEN_LOW_SYMBOLS
+ + LEN_MID_SYMBOLS;
+ }
+ }
+
+ s->lzma.len += rc_bittree(&s->rc, probs, limit) - limit;
+}
+
+/* Decode a match. The distance will be stored in s->lzma.rep0. */
+static void lzma_match(struct xz_dec_lzma2 *s, uint32_t pos_state)
+{
+ uint16_t *probs;
+ uint32_t dist_slot;
+ uint32_t limit;
+
+ lzma_state_match(&s->lzma.state);
+
+ s->lzma.rep3 = s->lzma.rep2;
+ s->lzma.rep2 = s->lzma.rep1;
+ s->lzma.rep1 = s->lzma.rep0;
+
+ lzma_len(s, &s->lzma.match_len_dec, pos_state);
+
+ probs = s->lzma.dist_slot[lzma_get_dist_state(s->lzma.len)];
+ dist_slot = rc_bittree(&s->rc, probs, DIST_SLOTS) - DIST_SLOTS;
+
+ if (dist_slot < DIST_MODEL_START) {
+ s->lzma.rep0 = dist_slot;
+ } else {
+ limit = (dist_slot >> 1) - 1;
+ s->lzma.rep0 = 2 + (dist_slot & 1);
+
+ if (dist_slot < DIST_MODEL_END) {
+ s->lzma.rep0 <<= limit;
+ probs = s->lzma.dist_special + s->lzma.rep0
+ - dist_slot - 1;
+ rc_bittree_reverse(&s->rc, probs,
+ &s->lzma.rep0, limit);
+ } else {
+ rc_direct(&s->rc, &s->lzma.rep0, limit - ALIGN_BITS);
+ s->lzma.rep0 <<= ALIGN_BITS;
+ rc_bittree_reverse(&s->rc, s->lzma.dist_align,
+ &s->lzma.rep0, ALIGN_BITS);
+ }
+ }
+}
+
+/*
+ * Decode a repeated match. The distance is one of the four most recently
+ * seen matches. The distance will be stored in s->lzma.rep0.
+ */
+static void lzma_rep_match(struct xz_dec_lzma2 *s, uint32_t pos_state)
+{
+ uint32_t tmp;
+
+ if (!rc_bit(&s->rc, &s->lzma.is_rep0[s->lzma.state])) {
+ if (!rc_bit(&s->rc, &s->lzma.is_rep0_long[
+ s->lzma.state][pos_state])) {
+ lzma_state_short_rep(&s->lzma.state);
+ s->lzma.len = 1;
+ return;
+ }
+ } else {
+ if (!rc_bit(&s->rc, &s->lzma.is_rep1[s->lzma.state])) {
+ tmp = s->lzma.rep1;
+ } else {
+ if (!rc_bit(&s->rc, &s->lzma.is_rep2[s->lzma.state])) {
+ tmp = s->lzma.rep2;
+ } else {
+ tmp = s->lzma.rep3;
+ s->lzma.rep3 = s->lzma.rep2;
+ }
+
+ s->lzma.rep2 = s->lzma.rep1;
+ }
+
+ s->lzma.rep1 = s->lzma.rep0;
+ s->lzma.rep0 = tmp;
+ }
+
+ lzma_state_long_rep(&s->lzma.state);
+ lzma_len(s, &s->lzma.rep_len_dec, pos_state);
+}
+
+/* LZMA decoder core */
+static bool lzma_main(struct xz_dec_lzma2 *s)
+{
+ uint32_t pos_state;
+
+ /*
+ * If the dictionary was reached during the previous call, try to
+ * finish the possibly pending repeat in the dictionary.
+ */
+ if (dict_has_space(&s->dict) && s->lzma.len > 0)
+ dict_repeat(&s->dict, &s->lzma.len, s->lzma.rep0);
+
+ /*
+ * Decode more LZMA symbols. One iteration may consume up to
+ * LZMA_IN_REQUIRED - 1 bytes.
+ */
+ while (dict_has_space(&s->dict) && !rc_limit_exceeded(&s->rc)) {
+ pos_state = s->dict.pos & s->lzma.pos_mask;
+
+ if (!rc_bit(&s->rc, &s->lzma.is_match[
+ s->lzma.state][pos_state])) {
+ lzma_literal(s);
+ } else {
+ if (rc_bit(&s->rc, &s->lzma.is_rep[s->lzma.state]))
+ lzma_rep_match(s, pos_state);
+ else
+ lzma_match(s, pos_state);
+
+ if (!dict_repeat(&s->dict, &s->lzma.len, s->lzma.rep0))
+ return false;
+ }
+ }
+
+ /*
+ * Having the range decoder always normalized when we are outside
+ * this function makes it easier to correctly handle end of the chunk.
+ */
+ rc_normalize(&s->rc);
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+/*
+ * Reset the LZMA decoder and range decoder state. Dictionary is nore reset
+ * here, because LZMA state may be reset without resetting the dictionary.
+ */
+static void lzma_reset(struct xz_dec_lzma2 *s)
+{
+ uint16_t *probs;
+ size_t i;
+
+ s->lzma.state = STATE_LIT_LIT;
+ s->lzma.rep0 = 0;
+ s->lzma.rep1 = 0;
+ s->lzma.rep2 = 0;
+ s->lzma.rep3 = 0;
+
+ /*
+ * All probabilities are initialized to the same value. This hack
+ * makes the code smaller by avoiding a separate loop for each
+ * probability array.
+ *
+ * This could be optimized so that only that part of literal
+ * probabilities that are actually required. In the common case
+ * we would write 12 KiB less.
+ */
+ probs = s->lzma.is_match[0];
+ for (i = 0; i < PROBS_TOTAL; ++i)
+ probs[i] = RC_BIT_MODEL_TOTAL / 2;
+
+ rc_reset(&s->rc);
+}
+
+/*
+ * Decode and validate LZMA properties (lc/lp/pb) and calculate the bit masks
+ * from the decoded lp and pb values. On success, the LZMA decoder state is
+ * reset and true is returned.
+ */
+static bool lzma_props(struct xz_dec_lzma2 *s, uint8_t props)
+{
+ if (props > (4 * 5 + 4) * 9 + 8)
+ return false;
+
+ s->lzma.pos_mask = 0;
+ while (props >= 9 * 5) {
+ props -= 9 * 5;
+ ++s->lzma.pos_mask;
+ }
+
+ s->lzma.pos_mask = (1 << s->lzma.pos_mask) - 1;
+
+ s->lzma.literal_pos_mask = 0;
+ while (props >= 9) {
+ props -= 9;
+ ++s->lzma.literal_pos_mask;
+ }
+
+ s->lzma.lc = props;
+
+ if (s->lzma.lc + s->lzma.literal_pos_mask > 4)
+ return false;
+
+ s->lzma.literal_pos_mask = (1 << s->lzma.literal_pos_mask) - 1;
+
+ lzma_reset(s);
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+/*********
+ * LZMA2 *
+ *********/
+
+/*
+ * The LZMA decoder assumes that if the input limit (s->rc.in_limit) hasn't
+ * been exceeded, it is safe to read up to LZMA_IN_REQUIRED bytes. This
+ * wrapper function takes care of making the LZMA decoder's assumption safe.
+ *
+ * As long as there is plenty of input left to be decoded in the current LZMA
+ * chunk, we decode directly from the caller-supplied input buffer until
+ * there's LZMA_IN_REQUIRED bytes left. Those remaining bytes are copied into
+ * s->temp.buf, which (hopefully) gets filled on the next call to this
+ * function. We decode a few bytes from the temporary buffer so that we can
+ * continue decoding from the caller-supplied input buffer again.
+ */
+static bool lzma2_lzma(struct xz_dec_lzma2 *s, struct xz_buf *b)
+{
+ size_t in_avail;
+ uint32_t tmp;
+
+ in_avail = b->in_size - b->in_pos;
+ if (s->temp.size > 0 || s->lzma2.compressed == 0) {
+ tmp = 2 * LZMA_IN_REQUIRED - s->temp.size;
+ if (tmp > s->lzma2.compressed - s->temp.size)
+ tmp = s->lzma2.compressed - s->temp.size;
+ if (tmp > in_avail)
+ tmp = in_avail;
+
+ memcpy(s->temp.buf + s->temp.size, b->in + b->in_pos, tmp);
+
+ if (s->temp.size + tmp == s->lzma2.compressed) {
+ memzero(s->temp.buf + s->temp.size + tmp,
+ sizeof(s->temp.buf)
+ - s->temp.size - tmp);
+ s->rc.in_limit = s->temp.size + tmp;
+ } else if (s->temp.size + tmp < LZMA_IN_REQUIRED) {
+ s->temp.size += tmp;
+ b->in_pos += tmp;
+ return true;
+ } else {
+ s->rc.in_limit = s->temp.size + tmp - LZMA_IN_REQUIRED;
+ }
+
+ s->rc.in = s->temp.buf;
+ s->rc.in_pos = 0;
+
+ if (!lzma_main(s) || s->rc.in_pos > s->temp.size + tmp)
+ return false;
+
+ s->lzma2.compressed -= s->rc.in_pos;
+
+ if (s->rc.in_pos < s->temp.size) {
+ s->temp.size -= s->rc.in_pos;
+ memmove(s->temp.buf, s->temp.buf + s->rc.in_pos,
+ s->temp.size);
+ return true;
+ }
+
+ b->in_pos += s->rc.in_pos - s->temp.size;
+ s->temp.size = 0;
+ }
+
+ in_avail = b->in_size - b->in_pos;
+ if (in_avail >= LZMA_IN_REQUIRED) {
+ s->rc.in = b->in;
+ s->rc.in_pos = b->in_pos;
+
+ if (in_avail >= s->lzma2.compressed + LZMA_IN_REQUIRED)
+ s->rc.in_limit = b->in_pos + s->lzma2.compressed;
+ else
+ s->rc.in_limit = b->in_size - LZMA_IN_REQUIRED;
+
+ if (!lzma_main(s))
+ return false;
+
+ in_avail = s->rc.in_pos - b->in_pos;
+ if (in_avail > s->lzma2.compressed)
+ return false;
+
+ s->lzma2.compressed -= in_avail;
+ b->in_pos = s->rc.in_pos;
+ }
+
+ in_avail = b->in_size - b->in_pos;
+ if (in_avail < LZMA_IN_REQUIRED) {
+ if (in_avail > s->lzma2.compressed)
+ in_avail = s->lzma2.compressed;
+
+ memcpy(s->temp.buf, b->in + b->in_pos, in_avail);
+ s->temp.size = in_avail;
+ b->in_pos += in_avail;
+ }
+
+ return true;
+}
+
+/*
+ * Take care of the LZMA2 control layer, and forward the job of actual LZMA
+ * decoding or copying of uncompressed chunks to other functions.
+ */
+XZ_EXTERN enum xz_ret xz_dec_lzma2_run(struct xz_dec_lzma2 *s,
+ struct xz_buf *b)
+{
+ uint32_t tmp;
+
+ while (b->in_pos < b->in_size || s->lzma2.sequence == SEQ_LZMA_RUN) {
+ switch (s->lzma2.sequence) {
+ case SEQ_CONTROL:
+ /*
+ * LZMA2 control byte
+ *
+ * Exact values:
+ * 0x00 End marker
+ * 0x01 Dictionary reset followed by
+ * an uncompressed chunk
+ * 0x02 Uncompressed chunk (no dictionary reset)
+ *
+ * Highest three bits (s->control & 0xE0):
+ * 0xE0 Dictionary reset, new properties and state
+ * reset, followed by LZMA compressed chunk
+ * 0xC0 New properties and state reset, followed
+ * by LZMA compressed chunk (no dictionary
+ * reset)
+ * 0xA0 State reset using old properties,
+ * followed by LZMA compressed chunk (no
+ * dictionary reset)
+ * 0x80 LZMA chunk (no dictionary or state reset)
+ *
+ * For LZMA compressed chunks, the lowest five bits
+ * (s->control & 1F) are the highest bits of the
+ * uncompressed size (bits 16-20).
+ *
+ * A new LZMA2 stream must begin with a dictionary
+ * reset. The first LZMA chunk must set new
+ * properties and reset the LZMA state.
+ *
+ * Values that don't match anything described above
+ * are invalid and we return XZ_DATA_ERROR.
+ */
+ tmp = b->in[b->in_pos++];
+
+ if (tmp >= 0xE0 || tmp == 0x01) {
+ s->lzma2.need_props = true;
+ s->lzma2.need_dict_reset = false;
+ dict_reset(&s->dict, b);
+ } else if (s->lzma2.need_dict_reset) {
+ return XZ_DATA_ERROR;
+ }
+
+ if (tmp >= 0x80) {
+ s->lzma2.uncompressed = (tmp & 0x1F) << 16;
+ s->lzma2.sequence = SEQ_UNCOMPRESSED_1;
+
+ if (tmp >= 0xC0) {
+ /*
+ * When there are new properties,
+ * state reset is done at
+ * SEQ_PROPERTIES.
+ */
+ s->lzma2.need_props = false;
+ s->lzma2.next_sequence
+ = SEQ_PROPERTIES;
+
+ } else if (s->lzma2.need_props) {
+ return XZ_DATA_ERROR;
+
+ } else {
+ s->lzma2.next_sequence
+ = SEQ_LZMA_PREPARE;
+ if (tmp >= 0xA0)
+ lzma_reset(s);
+ }
+ } else {
+ if (tmp == 0x00)
+ return XZ_STREAM_END;
+
+ if (tmp > 0x02)
+ return XZ_DATA_ERROR;
+
+ s->lzma2.sequence = SEQ_COMPRESSED_0;
+ s->lzma2.next_sequence = SEQ_COPY;
+ }
+
+ break;
+
+ case SEQ_UNCOMPRESSED_1:
+ s->lzma2.uncompressed
+ += (uint32_t)b->in[b->in_pos++] << 8;
+ s->lzma2.sequence = SEQ_UNCOMPRESSED_2;
+ break;
+
+ case SEQ_UNCOMPRESSED_2:
+ s->lzma2.uncompressed
+ += (uint32_t)b->in[b->in_pos++] + 1;
+ s->lzma2.sequence = SEQ_COMPRESSED_0;
+ break;
+
+ case SEQ_COMPRESSED_0:
+ s->lzma2.compressed
+ = (uint32_t)b->in[b->in_pos++] << 8;
+ s->lzma2.sequence = SEQ_COMPRESSED_1;
+ break;
+
+ case SEQ_COMPRESSED_1:
+ s->lzma2.compressed
+ += (uint32_t)b->in[b->in_pos++] + 1;
+ s->lzma2.sequence = s->lzma2.next_sequence;
+ break;
+
+ case SEQ_PROPERTIES:
+ if (!lzma_props(s, b->in[b->in_pos++]))
+ return XZ_DATA_ERROR;
+
+ s->lzma2.sequence = SEQ_LZMA_PREPARE;
+
+ case SEQ_LZMA_PREPARE:
+ if (s->lzma2.compressed < RC_INIT_BYTES)
+ return XZ_DATA_ERROR;
+
+ if (!rc_read_init(&s->rc, b))
+ return XZ_OK;
+
+ s->lzma2.compressed -= RC_INIT_BYTES;
+ s->lzma2.sequence = SEQ_LZMA_RUN;
+
+ case SEQ_LZMA_RUN:
+ /*
+ * Set dictionary limit to indicate how much we want
+ * to be encoded at maximum. Decode new data into the
+ * dictionary. Flush the new data from dictionary to
+ * b->out. Check if we finished decoding this chunk.
+ * In case the dictionary got full but we didn't fill
+ * the output buffer yet, we may run this loop
+ * multiple times without changing s->lzma2.sequence.
+ */
+ dict_limit(&s->dict, min_t(size_t,
+ b->out_size - b->out_pos,
+ s->lzma2.uncompressed));
+ if (!lzma2_lzma(s, b))
+ return XZ_DATA_ERROR;
+
+ s->lzma2.uncompressed -= dict_flush(&s->dict, b);
+
+ if (s->lzma2.uncompressed == 0) {
+ if (s->lzma2.compressed > 0 || s->lzma.len > 0
+ || !rc_is_finished(&s->rc))
+ return XZ_DATA_ERROR;
+
+ rc_reset(&s->rc);
+ s->lzma2.sequence = SEQ_CONTROL;
+
+ } else if (b->out_pos == b->out_size
+ || (b->in_pos == b->in_size
+ && s->temp.size
+ < s->lzma2.compressed)) {
+ return XZ_OK;
+ }
+
+ break;
+
+ case SEQ_COPY:
+ dict_uncompressed(&s->dict, b, &s->lzma2.compressed);
+ if (s->lzma2.compressed > 0)
+ return XZ_OK;
+
+ s->lzma2.sequence = SEQ_CONTROL;
+ break;
+ }
+ }
+
+ return XZ_OK;
+}
+
+XZ_EXTERN struct xz_dec_lzma2 *xz_dec_lzma2_create(enum xz_mode mode,
+ uint32_t dict_max)
+{
+ struct xz_dec_lzma2 *s = kmalloc(sizeof(*s), GFP_KERNEL);
+ if (s == NULL)
+ return NULL;
+
+ s->dict.mode = mode;
+ s->dict.size_max = dict_max;
+
+ if (DEC_IS_PREALLOC(mode)) {
+ s->dict.buf = vmalloc(dict_max);
+ if (s->dict.buf == NULL) {
+ kfree(s);
+ return NULL;
+ }
+ } else if (DEC_IS_DYNALLOC(mode)) {
+ s->dict.buf = NULL;
+ s->dict.allocated = 0;
+ }
+
+ return s;
+}
+
+XZ_EXTERN enum xz_ret xz_dec_lzma2_reset(struct xz_dec_lzma2 *s, uint8_t props)
+{
+ /* This limits dictionary size to 3 GiB to keep parsing simpler. */
+ if (props > 39)
+ return XZ_OPTIONS_ERROR;
+
+ s->dict.size = 2 + (props & 1);
+ s->dict.size <<= (props >> 1) + 11;
+
+ if (DEC_IS_MULTI(s->dict.mode)) {
+ if (s->dict.size > s->dict.size_max)
+ return XZ_MEMLIMIT_ERROR;
+
+ s->dict.end = s->dict.size;
+
+ if (DEC_IS_DYNALLOC(s->dict.mode)) {
+ if (s->dict.allocated < s->dict.size) {
+ vfree(s->dict.buf);
+ s->dict.buf = vmalloc(s->dict.size);
+ if (s->dict.buf == NULL) {
+ s->dict.allocated = 0;
+ return XZ_MEM_ERROR;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ s->lzma.len = 0;
+
+ s->lzma2.sequence = SEQ_CONTROL;
+ s->lzma2.need_dict_reset = true;
+
+ s->temp.size = 0;
+
+ return XZ_OK;
+}
+
+XZ_EXTERN void xz_dec_lzma2_end(struct xz_dec_lzma2 *s)
+{
+ if (DEC_IS_MULTI(s->dict.mode))
+ vfree(s->dict.buf);
+
+ kfree(s);
+}
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+/*
+ * .xz Stream decoder
+ *
+ * Author: Lasse Collin <lasse.collin@tukaani.org>
+ *
+ * This file has been put into the public domain.
+ * You can do whatever you want with this file.
+ */
+
+#include "xz_private.h"
+#include "xz_stream.h"
+
+/* Hash used to validate the Index field */
+struct xz_dec_hash {
+ vli_type unpadded;
+ vli_type uncompressed;
+ uint32_t crc32;
+};
+
+struct xz_dec {
+ /* Position in dec_main() */
+ enum {
+ SEQ_STREAM_HEADER,
+ SEQ_BLOCK_START,
+ SEQ_BLOCK_HEADER,
+ SEQ_BLOCK_UNCOMPRESS,
+ SEQ_BLOCK_PADDING,
+ SEQ_BLOCK_CHECK,
+ SEQ_INDEX,
+ SEQ_INDEX_PADDING,
+ SEQ_INDEX_CRC32,
+ SEQ_STREAM_FOOTER
+ } sequence;
+
+ /* Position in variable-length integers and Check fields */
+ uint32_t pos;
+
+ /* Variable-length integer decoded by dec_vli() */
+ vli_type vli;
+
+ /* Saved in_pos and out_pos */
+ size_t in_start;
+ size_t out_start;
+
+ /* CRC32 value in Block or Index */
+ uint32_t crc32;
+
+ /* Type of the integrity check calculated from uncompressed data */
+ enum xz_check check_type;
+
+ /* Operation mode */
+ enum xz_mode mode;
+
+ /*
+ * True if the next call to xz_dec_run() is allowed to return
+ * XZ_BUF_ERROR.
+ */
+ bool allow_buf_error;
+
+ /* Information stored in Block Header */
+ struct {
+ /*
+ * Value stored in the Compressed Size field, or
+ * VLI_UNKNOWN if Compressed Size is not present.
+ */
+ vli_type compressed;
+
+ /*
+ * Value stored in the Uncompressed Size field, or
+ * VLI_UNKNOWN if Uncompressed Size is not present.
+ */
+ vli_type uncompressed;
+
+ /* Size of the Block Header field */
+ uint32_t size;
+ } block_header;
+
+ /* Information collected when decoding Blocks */
+ struct {
+ /* Observed compressed size of the current Block */
+ vli_type compressed;
+
+ /* Observed uncompressed size of the current Block */
+ vli_type uncompressed;
+
+ /* Number of Blocks decoded so far */
+ vli_type count;
+
+ /*
+ * Hash calculated from the Block sizes. This is used to
+ * validate the Index field.
+ */
+ struct xz_dec_hash hash;
+ } block;
+
+ /* Variables needed when verifying the Index field */
+ struct {
+ /* Position in dec_index() */
+ enum {
+ SEQ_INDEX_COUNT,
+ SEQ_INDEX_UNPADDED,
+ SEQ_INDEX_UNCOMPRESSED
+ } sequence;
+
+ /* Size of the Index in bytes */
+ vli_type size;
+
+ /* Number of Records (matches block.count in valid files) */
+ vli_type count;
+
+ /*
+ * Hash calculated from the Records (matches block.hash in
+ * valid files).
+ */
+ struct xz_dec_hash hash;
+ } index;
+
+ /*
+ * Temporary buffer needed to hold Stream Header, Block Header,
+ * and Stream Footer. The Block Header is the biggest (1 KiB)
+ * so we reserve space according to that. buf[] has to be aligned
+ * to a multiple of four bytes; the size_t variables before it
+ * should guarantee this.
+ */
+ struct {
+ size_t pos;
+ size_t size;
+ uint8_t buf[1024];
+ } temp;
+
+ struct xz_dec_lzma2 *lzma2;
+
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_BCJ
+ struct xz_dec_bcj *bcj;
+ bool bcj_active;
+#endif
+};
+
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_ANY_CHECK
+/* Sizes of the Check field with different Check IDs */
+static const uint8_t check_sizes[16] = {
+ 0,
+ 4, 4, 4,
+ 8, 8, 8,
+ 16, 16, 16,
+ 32, 32, 32,
+ 64, 64, 64
+};
+#endif
+
+/*
+ * Fill s->temp by copying data starting from b->in[b->in_pos]. Caller
+ * must have set s->temp.pos to indicate how much data we are supposed
+ * to copy into s->temp.buf. Return true once s->temp.pos has reached
+ * s->temp.size.
+ */
+static bool fill_temp(struct xz_dec *s, struct xz_buf *b)
+{
+ size_t copy_size = min_t(size_t,
+ b->in_size - b->in_pos, s->temp.size - s->temp.pos);
+
+ memcpy(s->temp.buf + s->temp.pos, b->in + b->in_pos, copy_size);
+ b->in_pos += copy_size;
+ s->temp.pos += copy_size;
+
+ if (s->temp.pos == s->temp.size) {
+ s->temp.pos = 0;
+ return true;
+ }
+
+ return false;
+}
+
+/* Decode a variable-length integer (little-endian base-128 encoding) */
+static enum xz_ret dec_vli(struct xz_dec *s, const uint8_t *in,
+ size_t *in_pos, size_t in_size)
+{
+ uint8_t byte;
+
+ if (s->pos == 0)
+ s->vli = 0;
+
+ while (*in_pos < in_size) {
+ byte = in[*in_pos];
+ ++*in_pos;
+
+ s->vli |= (vli_type)(byte & 0x7F) << s->pos;
+
+ if ((byte & 0x80) == 0) {
+ /* Don't allow non-minimal encodings. */
+ if (byte == 0 && s->pos != 0)
+ return XZ_DATA_ERROR;
+
+ s->pos = 0;
+ return XZ_STREAM_END;
+ }
+
+ s->pos += 7;
+ if (s->pos == 7 * VLI_BYTES_MAX)
+ return XZ_DATA_ERROR;
+ }
+
+ return XZ_OK;
+}
+
+/*
+ * Decode the Compressed Data field from a Block. Update and validate
+ * the observed compressed and uncompressed sizes of the Block so that
+ * they don't exceed the values possibly stored in the Block Header
+ * (validation assumes that no integer overflow occurs, since vli_type
+ * is normally uint64_t). Update the CRC32 if presence of the CRC32
+ * field was indicated in Stream Header.
+ *
+ * Once the decoding is finished, validate that the observed sizes match
+ * the sizes possibly stored in the Block Header. Update the hash and
+ * Block count, which are later used to validate the Index field.
+ */
+static enum xz_ret dec_block(struct xz_dec *s, struct xz_buf *b)
+{
+ enum xz_ret ret;
+
+ s->in_start = b->in_pos;
+ s->out_start = b->out_pos;
+
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_BCJ
+ if (s->bcj_active)
+ ret = xz_dec_bcj_run(s->bcj, s->lzma2, b);
+ else
+#endif
+ ret = xz_dec_lzma2_run(s->lzma2, b);
+
+ s->block.compressed += b->in_pos - s->in_start;
+ s->block.uncompressed += b->out_pos - s->out_start;
+
+ /*
+ * There is no need to separately check for VLI_UNKNOWN, since
+ * the observed sizes are always smaller than VLI_UNKNOWN.
+ */
+ if (s->block.compressed > s->block_header.compressed
+ || s->block.uncompressed
+ > s->block_header.uncompressed)
+ return XZ_DATA_ERROR;
+
+ if (s->check_type == XZ_CHECK_CRC32)
+ s->crc32 = xz_crc32(b->out + s->out_start,
+ b->out_pos - s->out_start, s->crc32);
+
+ if (ret == XZ_STREAM_END) {
+ if (s->block_header.compressed != VLI_UNKNOWN
+ && s->block_header.compressed
+ != s->block.compressed)
+ return XZ_DATA_ERROR;
+
+ if (s->block_header.uncompressed != VLI_UNKNOWN
+ && s->block_header.uncompressed
+ != s->block.uncompressed)
+ return XZ_DATA_ERROR;
+
+ s->block.hash.unpadded += s->block_header.size
+ + s->block.compressed;
+
+#ifdef XZ_DEC_ANY_CHECK
+ s->block.hash.unpadded += check_sizes[s->check_type];
+#else
+ if (s->check_type == XZ_CHECK_CRC32)
+ s->block.hash.unpadded += 4;
+#endif
+
+ s->block.hash.uncompressed += s->block.uncompressed;
+ s->block.hash.crc32 = xz_crc32(
+ (const uint8_t *)&s->block.hash,
+ sizeof(s->block.hash), s->block.hash.crc32);
+
+ ++s->block.count;
+ }
+
+ return ret;
+}
+
+/* Update the Index size and the CRC32 value. */
+static void index_update(struct xz_dec *s, const struct xz_buf *b)
+{
+ size_t in_used = b->in_pos - s->in_start;
+ s->index.size += in_used;
+ s->crc32 = xz_crc32(b->in + s->in_start, in_used, s->crc32);
+}
+
+/*
+ * Decode the Number of Records, Unpadded Size, and Uncompressed Size
+ * fields from the Index field. That is, Index Padding and CRC32 are not
+ * decoded by this function.
+ *
+ * This can return XZ_OK (more input needed), XZ_STREAM_END (everything
+ * successfully decoded), or XZ_DATA_ERROR (input is corrupt).
+ */
+static enum xz_ret dec_index(struct xz_dec *s, struct xz_buf *b)
+{
+ enum xz_ret ret;
+
+ do {
+ ret = dec_vli(s, b->in, &b->in_pos, b->in_size);
+ if (ret != XZ_STREAM_END) {
+ index_update(s, b);
+ return ret;
+ }
+
+ switch (s->index.sequence) {
+ case SEQ_INDEX_COUNT:
+ s->index.count = s->vli;
+
+ /*
+ * Validate that the Number of Records field
+ * indicates the same number of Records as
+ * there were Blocks in the Stream.
+ */
+ if (s->index.count != s->block.count)
+ return XZ_DATA_ERROR;
+
+ s->index.sequence = SEQ_INDEX_UNPADDED;
+ break;
+
+ case SEQ_INDEX_UNPADDED:
+ s->index.hash.unpadded += s->vli;
+ s->index.sequence = SEQ_INDEX_UNCOMPRESSED;
+ break;
+
+ case SEQ_INDEX_UNCOMPRESSED:
+ s->index.hash.uncompressed += s->vli;
+ s->index.hash.crc32 = xz_crc32(
+ (const uint8_t *)&s->index.hash,
+ sizeof(s->index.hash),
+ s->index.hash.crc32);
+ --s->index.count;
+ s->index.sequence = SEQ_INDEX_UNPADDED;
+ break;
+ }