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#!/usr/bin/env python
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# Copyright (c) 2014, Linaro Limited
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import argparse
import sys
import shutil
import os
import struct
import hashlib

arch_id = {'arm32': 0, 'arm64': 1}

def write_header(outf, init_size, args, paged_size):
	magic = 0x4554504f # 'OPTE'
	version = 1;
	outf.write(struct.pack('<IBBHIIIII', \
		magic, version, arch_id[args.arch], args.flags, init_size, \
		args.init_load_addr_hi, args.init_load_addr_lo, \
		args.init_mem_usage, paged_size))
	

def append_to(outf, start_offs, in_fname, max_bytes=0xffffffff):
	#print "Appending %s@0x%x 0x%x bytes at position 0x%x" % \
		#( in_fname, start_offs, max_bytes, int(outf.tell()) )
	inf = open(in_fname, 'r');
	inf.seek(start_offs)
	while True :
		nbytes = min(16 * 1024, max_bytes)
		if nbytes == 0 :
			break
		#print "Reading %s %d bytes" % (in_fname, nbytes)
		buf = inf.read(nbytes)
		if not buf :
			break
		outf.write(buf)
		max_bytes -= len(buf)
	inf.close()

def append_hashes(outf, in_fname):
	page_size = 4 * 1024

	inf = open(in_fname, 'r')
	while True :
		page = inf.read(page_size)
		if len(page) == page_size :
			#print "Writing hash at position 0x%x" % \
				#int(outf.tell())
			outf.write(hashlib.sha256(page).digest())
		elif len(page) == 0 :
			break
		else :
			print "Error: short read, got " + repr(len(page))
			sys.exit(1)

	inf.close()

def int_parse(str):
	return int(str, 0)

def get_args():
	parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
	parser.add_argument('--arch', required=True, \
		choices=arch_id.keys(), \
		help='Architecture')

	parser.add_argument('--flags', \
		type=int, default=0, \
		help='Flags, currently none defined')

	parser.add_argument('--init_size', \
		required=True, type=int_parse, \
		help='Size of initialization part of binary')

	parser.add_argument('--init_load_addr_hi', \
		type=int_parse, default=0, \
		help='Upper 32 bits of load address of binary')

	parser.add_argument('--init_load_addr_lo', \
		required=True, type=int_parse, \
		help='Lower 32 bits of load address of binary')

	parser.add_argument('--init_mem_usage', \
		required=True, type=int_parse, \
		help='Total amount of used memory when initializing');

	parser.add_argument('--tee_pager_bin', \
		required=True, \
		help='The input tee_pager.bin')

	parser.add_argument('--tee_pageable_bin', \
		required=True, \
		help='The input tee_pageable.bin')

	parser.add_argument('--out', \
		required=True, type=argparse.FileType('w'), \
		help='The output tee.bin')

	return parser.parse_args();

def main():
	args = get_args()
	init_bin_size	   = args.init_size
	tee_pager_fname	   = args.tee_pager_bin
	tee_pageable_fname = args.tee_pageable_bin
	outf		   = args.out

	write_header(outf, 0, args, 0)
	header_size = outf.tell();
	append_to(outf, 0, tee_pager_fname)
	append_to(outf, 0, tee_pageable_fname, init_bin_size)
	append_hashes(outf, tee_pageable_fname)
	init_size = outf.tell() - header_size;
	append_to(outf, init_bin_size, tee_pageable_fname)
	paged_size = outf.tell() - init_size - header_size;

	outf.seek(0)
	#print "init_size 0x%x" % init_size
	write_header(outf, init_size, args, paged_size)

	outf.close()

if __name__ == "__main__":
	main()