Commit 54d121fa authored by timur's avatar timur
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Add a Cwrap suit - set of preloadable wrappers that allow to test different...

Add a Cwrap suit - set of preloadable wrappers that allow to test different aspects of the application in a transparent manner.

Sponsored by:	iXsystems Inc.
parent 12d3ec0d
......@@ -408,6 +408,7 @@
SUBDIR += cvsweb3
SUBDIR += cvswrap
SUBDIR += cweb
SUBDIR += cwrap
SUBDIR += cx_Freeze
SUBDIR += cxmon
SUBDIR += cxref
......@@ -1827,6 +1828,7 @@
SUBDIR += npth
SUBDIR += nsgenbind
SUBDIR += nspr
SUBDIR += nss_wrapper
SUBDIR += nuitka
SUBDIR += obby
SUBDIR += objecthash
......@@ -3838,6 +3840,7 @@
SUBDIR += p65
SUBDIR += p8-platform
SUBDIR += paexec
SUBDIR += pam_wrapper
SUBDIR += papi
SUBDIR += papilio-loader
SUBDIR += pas2dox
......@@ -5359,6 +5362,7 @@
SUBDIR += renpy6
SUBDIR += replay
SUBDIR += replxx
SUBDIR += resolv_wrapper
SUBDIR += rhtvision
SUBDIR += riscv64-binutils
SUBDIR += riscv64-gcc
......@@ -6092,6 +6096,7 @@
SUBDIR += smokeqt-kde4
SUBDIR += smv
SUBDIR += soapui
SUBDIR += socket_wrapper
SUBDIR += sonar-ant-task
SUBDIR += sonar-scanner-cli
SUBDIR += sonarqube
......@@ -6206,6 +6211,7 @@
SUBDIR += ucommon
SUBDIR += ucpp
SUBDIR += udis86
SUBDIR += uid_wrapper
SUBDIR += ultragetopt
SUBDIR += umbrello
SUBDIR += umbrello-kde4
......
# $FreeBSD$
PORTNAME= cwrap
PORTVERSION= 1.1.0
CATEGORIES= devel
MAINTAINER= timur@FreeBSD.org
COMMENT= Testing your full software stack on a single machine
LICENSE= GPLv3
RUN_DEPENDS= nss_wrapper>=1.1.3:devel/nss_wrapper \
pam_wrapper>=1.0.6:devel/pam_wrapper \
resolv_wrapper>=1.1.5:devel/resolv_wrapper \
socket_wrapper>=1.1.9:devel/socket_wrapper \
uid_wrapper>=1.2.4:devel/uid_wrapper
USES= metaport
.include <bsd.port.mk>
cwrap - testing your full software stack on a single machine.
WWW: https://cwrap.org/
# $FreeBSD$
PORTNAME= nss_wrapper
PORTVERSION= 1.1.3
CATEGORIES= devel
MASTER_SITES= SAMBA/cwrap
MAINTAINER= timur@FreeBSD.org
COMMENT= Wrapper for the user, group and hosts NSS API
LICENSE= GPLv3
USES= cmake:outsource perl5 shebangfix
USE_PERL5= run
USE_LDCONFIG= yes
CMAKE_ARGS+= -DMAN_INSTALL_DIR:PATH="${PREFIX}/man"
OPTIONS_DEFINE= TEST
OPTIONS_DEFAULT= TEST
TEST_TARGET= test
TEST_CMAKE_BOOL= UNIT_TESTING
TEST_BUILD_DEPENDS+= cmocka>=1.1.1:sysutils/cmocka
SHEBANG_FILES= nss_wrapper.pl
PLIST_FILES= bin/nss_wrapper.pl \
libdata/pkgconfig/nss_wrapper.pc \
lib/cmake/nss_wrapper/nss_wrapper-config-version.cmake \
lib/cmake/nss_wrapper/nss_wrapper-config.cmake \
lib/libnss_wrapper.so.0.2.3 \
lib/libnss_wrapper.so.0 \
lib/libnss_wrapper.so \
man/man1/nss_wrapper.1.gz
.include <bsd.port.mk>
TIMESTAMP = 1530578807
SHA256 (nss_wrapper-1.1.3.tar.gz) = c9b84c14c5bc6948cdad4cbdeefaaf8b471a11ef876535002896779411573aa3
SIZE (nss_wrapper-1.1.3.tar.gz) = 53543
There are projects which provide daemons needing to be able to create, modify
and delete Unix users. Or just switch user ids to interact with the system e.g.
a user space file server. To be able to test that you need the privilege to
modify the passwd and groups file. With nss_wrapper it is possible to define
your own passwd and groups file which will be used by software to act correctly
while under test.
If you have a client and server under test they normally use functions to
resolve network names to addresses (dns) or vice versa. The nss_wrappers allow
you to create a hosts file to setup name resolution for the addresses you use
with socket_wrapper.
- Provides information for user and group accounts.
- Network name resolution using a hosts file.
- Loading and testing of NSS modules.
WWW: https://cwrap.org/
# $FreeBSD$
PORTNAME= pam_wrapper
PORTVERSION= 1.0.6
CATEGORIES= devel
MASTER_SITES= SAMBA/cwrap
MAINTAINER= timur@FreeBSD.org
COMMENT= Preloadable wrapper to test PAM applications and PAM Modules
LICENSE= GPLv3
USES= cmake:outsource python:2.7+
USE_LDCONFIG= yes
CMAKE_ARGS+= -DMAN_INSTALL_DIR:PATH="${PREFIX}/man"
OPTIONS_DEFINE= TEST
OPTIONS_DEFAULT= TEST
TEST_TARGET= test
TEST_CMAKE_BOOL= UNIT_TESTING
TEST_BUILD_DEPENDS+= cmocka>=1.1.1:sysutils/cmocka
PLIST_FILES= libdata/pkgconfig/pam_wrapper.pc \
libdata/pkgconfig/libpamtest.pc \
lib/cmake/pam_wrapper/pam_wrapper-config-version.cmake \
lib/cmake/pam_wrapper/pam_wrapper-config.cmake \
lib/cmake/libpamtest/libpamtest-config.cmake \
lib/cmake/libpamtest/libpamtest-config-version.cmake \
lib/libpam_wrapper.so.0.0.3 \
lib/libpam_wrapper.so.0 \
lib/libpam_wrapper.so \
lib/libpamtest.so.0.0.3 \
lib/libpamtest.so.0 \
lib/libpamtest.so \
lib/pam_wrapper/pam_matrix.so \
lib/pam_wrapper/pam_get_items.so \
lib/pam_wrapper/pam_set_items.so \
${PYTHON_SITELIBDIR}/pypamtest.so \
include/libpamtest.h \
man/man1/pam_wrapper.1.gz \
man/man8/pam_matrix.8.gz \
man/man8/pam_get_items.8.gz \
man/man8/pam_set_items.8.gz
.include <bsd.port.mk>
TIMESTAMP = 1530578245
SHA256 (pam_wrapper-1.0.6.tar.gz) = 00a0ea065aa20c50eb54103fc8a62504114b07ebfd2bf0c86bb8be10f612581b
SIZE (pam_wrapper-1.0.6.tar.gz) = 86221
This tool allows you to either test your PAM application or module. For testing
PAM applications we have written a simple PAM module called pam_matrix
(see below). If you plan to test a PAM module you can use the pamtest library
we have implemented. It simplifies testing of modules. You can be combine it
with the cmocka unit testing framework or you can use the provided Python
bindings to write tests for your module in Python.
WWW: https://cwrap.org/
# $FreeBSD$
PORTNAME= resolv_wrapper
PORTVERSION= 1.1.5
CATEGORIES= devel
MASTER_SITES= SAMBA/cwrap
MAINTAINER= timur@FreeBSD.org
COMMENT= Wrapper for dns name resolving or dns faking
LICENSE= GPLv3
USES= cmake:outsource
USE_LDCONFIG= yes
CMAKE_ARGS+= -DMAN_INSTALL_DIR:PATH="${PREFIX}/man"
OPTIONS_DEFINE= TEST
OPTIONS_DEFAULT= TEST
TEST_TARGET= test
TEST_CMAKE_BOOL= UNIT_TESTING
TEST_BUILD_DEPENDS+= cmocka>=1.1.1:sysutils/cmocka
PLIST_FILES= libdata/pkgconfig/resolv_wrapper.pc \
lib/cmake/resolv_wrapper/resolv_wrapper-config-version.cmake \
lib/cmake/resolv_wrapper/resolv_wrapper-config.cmake \
lib/libresolv_wrapper.so.0.0.5 \
lib/libresolv_wrapper.so.0 \
lib/libresolv_wrapper.so \
man/man1/resolv_wrapper.1.gz
.include <bsd.port.mk>
TIMESTAMP = 1530576086
SHA256 (resolv_wrapper-1.1.5.tar.gz) = e989fdaa1385bdf3ef7dbcb83b3f7f15c69e78ca6432e254be390b7c63e1b06c
SIZE (resolv_wrapper-1.1.5.tar.gz) = 34241
resolv_wrapper makes it possible on most UNIX platforms to contact your own DNS
implementation in your test environment. It requires socket_wrapper to be able
to contact it.
If it doesn't work on a special platform the wrapper is able to fake DNS queries
and return valid responses to your application.
- Redirects name queries to the nameservers specified in your resolv.conf
- Can fake DNS queries using a simple formatted DNS hosts file.
WWW: https://cwrap.org/
# $FreeBSD$
PORTNAME= socket_wrapper
PORTVERSION= 1.1.9
CATEGORIES= devel
MASTER_SITES= SAMBA/cwrap
MAINTAINER= timur@FreeBSD.org
COMMENT= Library passing all socket communications through unix sockets
LICENSE= GPLv3
USES= cmake:outsource
USE_LDCONFIG= yes
CMAKE_ARGS+= -DMAN_INSTALL_DIR:PATH="${PREFIX}/man"
OPTIONS_DEFINE= TEST
OPTIONS_DEFAULT= TEST
TEST_TARGET= test
TEST_CMAKE_BOOL= UNIT_TESTING
TEST_BUILD_DEPENDS+= cmocka>=1.1.1:sysutils/cmocka
PLIST_FILES= libdata/pkgconfig/socket_wrapper.pc \
lib/cmake/socket_wrapper/socket_wrapper-config-version.cmake \
lib/cmake/socket_wrapper/socket_wrapper-config.cmake \
lib/libsocket_wrapper.so.0.1.9 \
lib/libsocket_wrapper.so.0 \
lib/libsocket_wrapper.so \
man/man1/socket_wrapper.1.gz
post-configure:
${REINPLACE_CMD} -Ee '/HAVE_FALLTHROUGH_ATTRIBUTE/d' \
${CONFIGURE_WRKSRC}/config.h
.include <bsd.port.mk>
TIMESTAMP = 1530567034
SHA256 (socket_wrapper-1.1.9.tar.gz) = 2c1d790f578c36b521c0e113fcbcf41d633336b3c60d6c6a1378f920495eebb4
SIZE (socket_wrapper-1.1.9.tar.gz) = 772252
socket_wrapper aims to help client/server software development teams willing to
gain full functional test coverage. It makes possible to run several instances
of the full software stack on the same machine and perform locally functional
testing of complex network configurations.
- Redirects all network communication to happen over unix sockets.
- Support for IPv4 and IPv6 socket and addressing emulation.
- Ablility to capture network traffic in pcap format.
WWW: https://cwrap.org/
# $FreeBSD$
PORTNAME= uid_wrapper
PORTVERSION= 1.2.4
CATEGORIES= devel
MASTER_SITES= SAMBA/cwrap
MAINTAINER= timur@FreeBSD.org
COMMENT= Wrapper to fake privilege separation
LICENSE= GPLv3
USES= cmake:outsource
USE_LDCONFIG= yes
CMAKE_ARGS+= -DMAN_INSTALL_DIR:PATH="${PREFIX}/man"
OPTIONS_DEFINE= TEST
OPTIONS_DEFAULT= TEST
TEST_TARGET= test
TEST_CMAKE_BOOL= UNIT_TESTING
TEST_BUILD_DEPENDS+= cmocka>=1.1.1:sysutils/cmocka
PLIST_FILES= libdata/pkgconfig/uid_wrapper.pc \
lib/cmake/uid_wrapper/uid_wrapper-config-version.cmake \
lib/cmake/uid_wrapper/uid_wrapper-config.cmake \
lib/libuid_wrapper.so.0.0.6 \
lib/libuid_wrapper.so.0 \
lib/libuid_wrapper.so \
man/man1/uid_wrapper.1.gz
.include <bsd.port.mk>
TIMESTAMP = 1530550405
SHA256 (uid_wrapper-1.2.4.tar.gz) = 3c60f65371420074ef437796a36beef2d713c28bd5c5fbf29c3e7a9647cd50fa
SIZE (uid_wrapper-1.2.4.tar.gz) = 311811
- Allows uid switching as a normal user.
- Start any application making it believe it is running as root.
- Support for user/group changing in the local thread using the syscalls
(like glibc).
- More precisely this library intercepts seteuid and related calls, and
simulates them in a manner similar to the nss_wrapper and socket_wrapper
libraries.
Some projects like a file server need privilege separation to be able to switch
to the connection user and do file operations. uid_wrapper convincingly lies to
the application letting it believe it is operating as root and even switching
between UIDs and GIDs as needed.
WWW: https://cwrap.org/
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