Source code for claripy.annotation

from typing import TYPE_CHECKING

if TYPE_CHECKING:
    from .ast.base import Base


[docs] class Annotation: """ Annotations are used to achieve claripy's goal of being an arithmetic instrumentation engine. They provide a means to pass extra information to the claripy backends. """ @property def eliminatable(self) -> bool: # pylint:disable=no-self-use """ Returns whether this annotation can be eliminated in a simplification. :return: True if eliminatable, False otherwise """ return True @property def relocatable(self) -> bool: # pylint:disable=no-self-use """ Returns whether this annotation can be relocated in a simplification. :return: True if it can be relocated, false otherwise. """ return False
[docs] def relocate(self, src: "Base", dst: "Base"): # pylint:disable=no-self-use,unused-argument """ This is called when an annotation has to be relocated because of simplifications. Consider the following case: x = claripy.BVS('x', 32) zero = claripy.BVV(0, 32).add_annotation(your_annotation) y = x + zero Here, one of three things can happen: 1. if your_annotation.eliminatable is True, the simplifiers will simply eliminate your_annotation along with `zero` and `y is x` will hold 2. elif your_annotation.relocatable is False, the simplifier will abort and y will never be simplified 3. elif your_annotation.relocatable is True, the simplifier will run, determine that the simplified result of `x + zero` will be `x`. It will then call your_annotation.relocate(zero, x) to move the annotation away from the AST that is about to be eliminated. :param src: the old AST that was eliminated in the simplification :param dst: the new AST (the result of a simplification) :return: the annotation that will be applied to `dst` """ return self
# # Some built-in annotations #
[docs] class SimplificationAvoidanceAnnotation(Annotation): @property def eliminatable(self): return False @property def relocatable(self): return False