Enclave EVM (eEVM) is an open-source, standalone, embeddable, C++ implementation of the Ethereum Virtual Machine. It was originally built to run within a TEE (ie, SGX enclave) on top of the Open Enclave SDK, for use with Microsoft's Confidential Consortium Framework.
The main entry point is
eevm::Processor::run(). You will need to provide
eevm::Processor with an implementation of
eevm::GlobalState to handle all interactions with permanent state. The source includes
eevm::SimpleGlobalState as an example backed by
std::map, but other instances will likely want an implementation which provides permanent storage - perhaps a wrapper to read/write data from the Ethereum blockchain.
The implementation ignores all gas costs - gas is not spent, tracked, or updated during execution, and execution will never throw an outofgas exception. However, it may still be necessary to pass a sensible initial gas value to
eevm::Processor::run() in case the bytecode calculates or verifies gas budgets itself. It also does not provide the precompiled contracts at addresses 1 to 8.
So far, the code is not particularly optimized in any dimension. In fact, it is in experimental state.
- CMake. Minimum version 3.10.
We build and test eEVM on Linux and Windows on x86-64, but it should be functional cross-platform.
Build the static library and tests.
It is also possible to build with Ninja or another generator of choice, and the code will compile with either GCC or Clang (other compilers are untested).
Run the tests.
Open the Visual Studio 2017 developer command prompt. Create .sln and .vcxproj files and build the static library and tests as follows.
Run the tests.
ctest -C debug
To run the tests outside of CTest you will need to provide the path to the test cases as an environment variable.
The full test suite contains some longer performance tests which are skipped by default. For full coverage, these can be run by passing the
no-skip option to the test app - these should complete in minutes, while the default tests should complete in under a second.
time TEST_DIR=../3rdparty/test_cases/ ./eevm_tests
time TEST_DIR=../3rdparty/test_cases/ ./eevm_tests -ns
Note that the test harness skips several test cases. Some of these test features which are not supported (gas exhaustion, huge address space), while others appear malformed (do not match the documented test format).
We rely on several open source third-party components, attributed under THIRD_PARTY_NOTICES.
The Keccak sources were created from the reference KeccakCodePackage by running
make FIPS202-opt64.pack. Unfortunately, we cannot use the probably more optimized ASM versions for now, because they are neither PIC nor Visual Studio compatible.
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