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Add script manipulation tools for use in mininode testing framework

script.py is modified from the code in python-bitcoinlib, and provides tools
for manipulating and creating CScript objects.

bignum.py is a dependency for script.py

script_test.py is an example test that uses the script tools for running a test
that compares the behavior of two nodes, in a comptool- style test, for each of
the test cases in the bitcoin unit test script files, script_valid.json and
script_invalid.json.  (This test is very slow to run, but is a proof of concept
for how we can write tests to compare consensus-critical behavior between
different versions of bitcoind.)

bipdersig-p2p.py is another example test in the comptool framework, which tests
deployment of BIP DERSIG for a single node.  It uses the script.py tools for
manipulating signatures to be non-DER compliant.
tags/v0.15.1
Suhas Daftuar 6 years ago
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#
#
# bignum.py
#
# This file is copied from python-bitcoinlib.
#
# Distributed under the MIT/X11 software license, see the accompanying
# file COPYING or http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php.
#

"""Bignum routines"""

from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function, unicode_literals

import struct


# generic big endian MPI format

def bn_bytes(v, have_ext=False):
ext = 0
if have_ext:
ext = 1
return ((v.bit_length()+7)//8) + ext

def bn2bin(v):
s = bytearray()
i = bn_bytes(v)
while i > 0:
s.append((v >> ((i-1) * 8)) & 0xff)
i -= 1
return s

def bin2bn(s):
l = 0
for ch in s:
l = (l << 8) | ch
return l

def bn2mpi(v):
have_ext = False
if v.bit_length() > 0:
have_ext = (v.bit_length() & 0x07) == 0

neg = False
if v < 0:
neg = True
v = -v

s = struct.pack(b">I", bn_bytes(v, have_ext))
ext = bytearray()
if have_ext:
ext.append(0)
v_bin = bn2bin(v)
if neg:
if have_ext:
ext[0] |= 0x80
else:
v_bin[0] |= 0x80
return s + ext + v_bin

def mpi2bn(s):
if len(s) < 4:
return None
s_size = bytes(s[:4])
v_len = struct.unpack(b">I", s_size)[0]
if len(s) != (v_len + 4):
return None
if v_len == 0:
return 0

v_str = bytearray(s[4:])
neg = False
i = v_str[0]
if i & 0x80:
neg = True
i &= ~0x80
v_str[0] = i

v = bin2bn(v_str)

if neg:
return -v
return v

# bitcoin-specific little endian format, with implicit size
def mpi2vch(s):
r = s[4:] # strip size
r = r[::-1] # reverse string, converting BE->LE
return r

def bn2vch(v):
return bytes(mpi2vch(bn2mpi(v)))

def vch2mpi(s):
r = struct.pack(b">I", len(s)) # size
r += s[::-1] # reverse string, converting LE->BE
return r

def vch2bn(s):
return mpi2bn(vch2mpi(s))


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#!/usr/bin/env python2
#
# Distributed under the MIT/X11 software license, see the accompanying
# file COPYING or http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php.
#

from test_framework import ComparisonTestFramework
from util import *
from mininode import CTransaction, NetworkThread
from blocktools import create_coinbase, create_block
from binascii import hexlify, unhexlify
import cStringIO
from comptool import TestInstance, TestManager
from script import CScript
import time

# A canonical signature consists of:
# <30> <total len> <02> <len R> <R> <02> <len S> <S> <hashtype>
def unDERify(tx):
'''
Make the signature in vin 0 of a tx non-DER-compliant,
by adding padding after the S-value.
'''
scriptSig = CScript(tx.vin[0].scriptSig)
newscript = []
for i in scriptSig:
if (len(newscript) == 0):
newscript.append(i[0:-1] + '\0' + i[-1])
else:
newscript.append(i)
tx.vin[0].scriptSig = CScript(newscript)
'''
This test is meant to exercise BIP66 (DER SIG).
Connect to a single node.
Mine 2 (version 2) blocks (save the coinbases for later).
Generate 98 more version 2 blocks, verify the node accepts.
Mine 749 version 3 blocks, verify the node accepts.
Check that the new DERSIG rules are not enforced on the 750th version 3 block.
Check that the new DERSIG rules are enforced on the 751st version 3 block.
Mine 199 new version blocks.
Mine 1 old-version block.
Mine 1 new version block.
Mine 1 old version block, see that the node rejects.
'''
class BIP66Test(ComparisonTestFramework):

def __init__(self):
self.num_nodes = 1

def setup_network(self):
# Must set the blockversion for this test
self.nodes = start_nodes(1, self.options.tmpdir,
extra_args=[['-debug', '-whitelist=127.0.0.1', '-blockversion=2']],
binary=[self.options.testbinary])

def run_test(self):
test = TestManager(self, self.options.tmpdir)
test.add_all_connections(self.nodes)
NetworkThread().start() # Start up network handling in another thread
test.run()

def create_transaction(self, node, coinbase, to_address, amount):
from_txid = node.getblock(coinbase)['tx'][0]
inputs = [{ "txid" : from_txid, "vout" : 0}]
outputs = { to_address : amount }
rawtx = node.createrawtransaction(inputs, outputs)
signresult = node.signrawtransaction(rawtx)
tx = CTransaction()
f = cStringIO.StringIO(unhexlify(signresult['hex']))
tx.deserialize(f)
return tx

def get_tests(self):

self.coinbase_blocks = self.nodes[0].generate(2)
self.tip = int ("0x" + self.nodes[0].getbestblockhash() + "L", 0)
self.nodeaddress = self.nodes[0].getnewaddress()
self.last_block_time = time.time()

''' 98 more version 2 blocks '''
test_blocks = []
for i in xrange(98):
block = create_block(self.tip, create_coinbase(2), self.last_block_time + 1)
block.nVersion = 2
block.rehash()
block.solve()
test_blocks.append([block, True])
self.last_block_time += 1
self.tip = block.sha256
yield TestInstance(test_blocks, sync_every_block=False)

''' Mine 749 version 3 blocks '''
test_blocks = []
for i in xrange(749):
block = create_block(self.tip, create_coinbase(2), self.last_block_time + 1)
block.nVersion = 3
block.rehash()
block.solve()
test_blocks.append([block, True])
self.last_block_time += 1
self.tip = block.sha256
yield TestInstance(test_blocks, sync_every_block=False)

'''
Check that the new DERSIG rules are not enforced in the 750th
version 3 block.
'''
spendtx = self.create_transaction(self.nodes[0],
self.coinbase_blocks[0], self.nodeaddress, 1.0)
unDERify(spendtx)
spendtx.rehash()

block = create_block(self.tip, create_coinbase(2), self.last_block_time + 1)
block.nVersion = 3
block.vtx.append(spendtx)
block.hashMerkleRoot = block.calc_merkle_root()
block.rehash()
block.solve()

self.last_block_time += 1
self.tip = block.sha256
yield TestInstance([[block, True]])

'''
Check that the new DERSIG rules are enforced in the 751st version 3
block.
'''
spendtx = self.create_transaction(self.nodes[0],
self.coinbase_blocks[1], self.nodeaddress, 1.0)
unDERify(spendtx)
spendtx.rehash()

block = create_block(self.tip, create_coinbase(1), self.last_block_time + 1)
block.nVersion = 3
block.vtx.append(spendtx)
block.hashMerkleRoot = block.calc_merkle_root()
block.rehash()
block.solve()
self.last_block_time += 1
yield TestInstance([[block, False]])

''' Mine 199 new version blocks on last valid tip '''
test_blocks = []
for i in xrange(199):
block = create_block(self.tip, create_coinbase(1), self.last_block_time + 1)
block.nVersion = 3
block.rehash()
block.solve()
test_blocks.append([block, True])
self.last_block_time += 1
self.tip = block.sha256
yield TestInstance(test_blocks, sync_every_block=False)

''' Mine 1 old version block '''
block = create_block(self.tip, create_coinbase(1), self.last_block_time + 1)
block.nVersion = 2
block.rehash()
block.solve()
self.last_block_time += 1
self.tip = block.sha256
yield TestInstance([[block, True]])

''' Mine 1 new version block '''
block = create_block(self.tip, create_coinbase(1), self.last_block_time + 1)
block.nVersion = 3
block.rehash()
block.solve()
self.last_block_time += 1
self.tip = block.sha256
yield TestInstance([[block, True]])

''' Mine 1 old version block, should be invalid '''
block = create_block(self.tip, create_coinbase(1), self.last_block_time + 1)
block.nVersion = 2
block.rehash()
block.solve()
self.last_block_time += 1
yield TestInstance([[block, False]])

if __name__ == '__main__':
BIP66Test().main()

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#
# script.py
#
# This file is modified from python-bitcoinlib.
#
# Distributed under the MIT/X11 software license, see the accompanying
# file COPYING or http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php.
#

"""Scripts

Functionality to build scripts, as well as SignatureHash().
"""

from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function, unicode_literals

from mininode import CTransaction, CTxOut, hash256

import sys
bchr = chr
bord = ord
if sys.version > '3':
long = int
bchr = lambda x: bytes([x])
bord = lambda x: x

import copy
import struct

import bignum

MAX_SCRIPT_SIZE = 10000
MAX_SCRIPT_ELEMENT_SIZE = 520
MAX_SCRIPT_OPCODES = 201

OPCODE_NAMES = {}

_opcode_instances = []
class CScriptOp(int):
"""A single script opcode"""
__slots__ = []

@staticmethod
def encode_op_pushdata(d):
"""Encode a PUSHDATA op, returning bytes"""
if len(d) < 0x4c:
return b'' + bchr(len(d)) + d # OP_PUSHDATA
elif len(d) <= 0xff:
return b'\x4c' + bchr(len(d)) + d # OP_PUSHDATA1
elif len(d) <= 0xffff:
return b'\x4d' + struct.pack(b'<H', len(d)) + d # OP_PUSHDATA2
elif len(d) <= 0xffffffff:
return b'\x4e' + struct.pack(b'<I', len(d)) + d # OP_PUSHDATA4
else:
raise ValueError("Data too long to encode in a PUSHDATA op")

@staticmethod
def encode_op_n(n):
"""Encode a small integer op, returning an opcode"""
if not (0 <= n <= 16):
raise ValueError('Integer must be in range 0 <= n <= 16, got %d' % n)

if n == 0:
return OP_0
else:
return CScriptOp(OP_1 + n-1)

def decode_op_n(self):
"""Decode a small integer opcode, returning an integer"""
if self == OP_0:
return 0

if not (self == OP_0 or OP_1 <= self <= OP_16):
raise ValueError('op %r is not an OP_N' % self)

return int(self - OP_1+1)

def is_small_int(self):
"""Return true if the op pushes a small integer to the stack"""
if 0x51 <= self <= 0x60 or self == 0:
return True
else:
return False

def __str__(self):
return repr(self)

def __repr__(self):
if self in OPCODE_NAMES:
return OPCODE_NAMES[self]
else:
return 'CScriptOp(0x%x)' % self

def __new__(cls, n):
try:
return _opcode_instances[n]
except IndexError:
assert len(_opcode_instances) == n
_opcode_instances.append(super(CScriptOp, cls).__new__(cls, n))
return _opcode_instances[n]

# Populate opcode instance table
for n in range(0xff+1):
CScriptOp(n)


# push value
OP_0 = CScriptOp(0x00)
OP_FALSE = OP_0
OP_PUSHDATA1 = CScriptOp(0x4c)
OP_PUSHDATA2 = CScriptOp(0x4d)
OP_PUSHDATA4 = CScriptOp(0x4e)
OP_1NEGATE = CScriptOp(0x4f)
OP_RESERVED = CScriptOp(0x50)
OP_1 = CScriptOp(0x51)
OP_TRUE=OP_1
OP_2 = CScriptOp(0x52)
OP_3 = CScriptOp(0x53)
OP_4 = CScriptOp(0x54)
OP_5 = CScriptOp(0x55)
OP_6 = CScriptOp(0x56)
OP_7 = CScriptOp(0x57)
OP_8 = CScriptOp(0x58)
OP_9 = CScriptOp(0x59)
OP_10 = CScriptOp(0x5a)
OP_11 = CScriptOp(0x5b)
OP_12 = CScriptOp(0x5c)
OP_13 = CScriptOp(0x5d)
OP_14 = CScriptOp(0x5e)
OP_15 = CScriptOp(0x5f)
OP_16 = CScriptOp(0x60)

# control
OP_NOP = CScriptOp(0x61)
OP_VER = CScriptOp(0x62)
OP_IF = CScriptOp(0x63)
OP_NOTIF = CScriptOp(0x64)
OP_VERIF = CScriptOp(0x65)
OP_VERNOTIF = CScriptOp(0x66)
OP_ELSE = CScriptOp(0x67)
OP_ENDIF = CScriptOp(0x68)
OP_VERIFY = CScriptOp(0x69)
OP_RETURN = CScriptOp(0x6a)

# stack ops
OP_TOALTSTACK = CScriptOp(0x6b)
OP_FROMALTSTACK = CScriptOp(0x6c)
OP_2DROP = CScriptOp(0x6d)
OP_2DUP = CScriptOp(0x6e)
OP_3DUP = CScriptOp(0x6f)
OP_2OVER = CScriptOp(0x70)
OP_2ROT = CScriptOp(0x71)
OP_2SWAP = CScriptOp(0x72)
OP_IFDUP = CScriptOp(0x73)
OP_DEPTH = CScriptOp(0x74)
OP_DROP = CScriptOp(0x75)
OP_DUP = CScriptOp(0x76)
OP_NIP = CScriptOp(0x77)
OP_OVER = CScriptOp(0x78)
OP_PICK = CScriptOp(0x79)
OP_ROLL = CScriptOp(0x7a)
OP_ROT = CScriptOp(0x7b)
OP_SWAP = CScriptOp(0x7c)
OP_TUCK = CScriptOp(0x7d)

# splice ops
OP_CAT = CScriptOp(0x7e)
OP_SUBSTR = CScriptOp(0x7f)
OP_LEFT = CScriptOp(0x80)
OP_RIGHT = CScriptOp(0x81)
OP_SIZE = CScriptOp(0x82)

# bit logic
OP_INVERT = CScriptOp(0x83)
OP_AND = CScriptOp(0x84)
OP_OR = CScriptOp(0x85)
OP_XOR = CScriptOp(0x86)
OP_EQUAL = CScriptOp(0x87)
OP_EQUALVERIFY = CScriptOp(0x88)
OP_RESERVED1 = CScriptOp(0x89)
OP_RESERVED2 = CScriptOp(0x8a)

# numeric
OP_1ADD = CScriptOp(0x8b)
OP_1SUB = CScriptOp(0x8c)
OP_2MUL = CScriptOp(0x8d)
OP_2DIV = CScriptOp(0x8e)
OP_NEGATE = CScriptOp(0x8f)
OP_ABS = CScriptOp(0x90)
OP_NOT = CScriptOp(0x91)
OP_0NOTEQUAL = CScriptOp(0x92)

OP_ADD = CScriptOp(0x93)
OP_SUB = CScriptOp(0x94)
OP_MUL = CScriptOp(0x95)
OP_DIV = CScriptOp(0x96)
OP_MOD = CScriptOp(0x97)
OP_LSHIFT = CScriptOp(0x98)
OP_RSHIFT = CScriptOp(0x99)

OP_BOOLAND = CScriptOp(0x9a)
OP_BOOLOR = CScriptOp(0x9b)
OP_NUMEQUAL = CScriptOp(0x9c)
OP_NUMEQUALVERIFY = CScriptOp(0x9d)
OP_NUMNOTEQUAL = CScriptOp(0x9e)
OP_LESSTHAN = CScriptOp(0x9f)
OP_GREATERTHAN = CScriptOp(0xa0)
OP_LESSTHANOREQUAL = CScriptOp(0xa1)
OP_GREATERTHANOREQUAL = CScriptOp(0xa2)
OP_MIN = CScriptOp(0xa3)
OP_MAX = CScriptOp(0xa4)

OP_WITHIN = CScriptOp(0xa5)

# crypto
OP_RIPEMD160 = CScriptOp(0xa6)
OP_SHA1 = CScriptOp(0xa7)
OP_SHA256 = CScriptOp(0xa8)
OP_HASH160 = CScriptOp(0xa9)
OP_HASH256 = CScriptOp(0xaa)
OP_CODESEPARATOR = CScriptOp(0xab)
OP_CHECKSIG = CScriptOp(0xac)
OP_CHECKSIGVERIFY = CScriptOp(0xad)
OP_CHECKMULTISIG = CScriptOp(0xae)
OP_CHECKMULTISIGVERIFY = CScriptOp(0xaf)

# expansion
OP_NOP1 = CScriptOp(0xb0)
OP_NOP2 = CScriptOp(0xb1)
OP_NOP3 = CScriptOp(0xb2)
OP_NOP4 = CScriptOp(0xb3)
OP_NOP5 = CScriptOp(0xb4)
OP_NOP6 = CScriptOp(0xb5)
OP_NOP7 = CScriptOp(0xb6)
OP_NOP8 = CScriptOp(0xb7)
OP_NOP9 = CScriptOp(0xb8)
OP_NOP10 = CScriptOp(0xb9)

# template matching params
OP_SMALLINTEGER = CScriptOp(0xfa)
OP_PUBKEYS = CScriptOp(0xfb)
OP_PUBKEYHASH = CScriptOp(0xfd)
OP_PUBKEY = CScriptOp(0xfe)

OP_INVALIDOPCODE = CScriptOp(0xff)

VALID_OPCODES = {
OP_1NEGATE,
OP_RESERVED,
OP_1,
OP_2,
OP_3,
OP_4,
OP_5,
OP_6,
OP_7,
OP_8,
OP_9,
OP_10,
OP_11,
OP_12,
OP_13,
OP_14,
OP_15,
OP_16,

OP_NOP,
OP_VER,
OP_IF,
OP_NOTIF,
OP_VERIF,
OP_VERNOTIF,
OP_ELSE,
OP_ENDIF,
OP_VERIFY,
OP_RETURN,

OP_TOALTSTACK,
OP_FROMALTSTACK,
OP_2DROP,
OP_2DUP,
OP_3DUP,
OP_2OVER,
OP_2ROT,
OP_2SWAP,
OP_IFDUP,
OP_DEPTH,
OP_DROP,
OP_DUP,
OP_NIP,
OP_OVER,
OP_PICK,
OP_ROLL,
OP_ROT,
OP_SWAP,
OP_TUCK,

OP_CAT,
OP_SUBSTR,
OP_LEFT,
OP_RIGHT,
OP_SIZE,

OP_INVERT,
OP_AND,
OP_OR,
OP_XOR,
OP_EQUAL,
OP_EQUALVERIFY,
OP_RESERVED1,
OP_RESERVED2,

OP_1ADD,
OP_1SUB,
OP_2MUL,
OP_2DIV,
OP_NEGATE,
OP_ABS,
OP_NOT,
OP_0NOTEQUAL,

OP_ADD,
OP_SUB,
OP_MUL,
OP_DIV,
OP_MOD,
OP_LSHIFT,
OP_RSHIFT,

OP_BOOLAND,
OP_BOOLOR,
OP_NUMEQUAL,
OP_NUMEQUALVERIFY,
OP_NUMNOTEQUAL,
OP_LESSTHAN,
OP_GREATERTHAN,
OP_LESSTHANOREQUAL,
OP_GREATERTHANOREQUAL,
OP_MIN,
OP_MAX,

OP_WITHIN,

OP_RIPEMD160,
OP_SHA1,
OP_SHA256,
OP_HASH160,
OP_HASH256,
OP_CODESEPARATOR,
OP_CHECKSIG,
OP_CHECKSIGVERIFY,
OP_CHECKMULTISIG,
OP_CHECKMULTISIGVERIFY,

OP_NOP1,
OP_NOP2,
OP_NOP3,
OP_NOP4,
OP_NOP5,
OP_NOP6,
OP_NOP7,
OP_NOP8,
OP_NOP9,
OP_NOP10,

OP_SMALLINTEGER,
OP_PUBKEYS,
OP_PUBKEYHASH,
OP_PUBKEY,
}

OPCODE_NAMES.update({
OP_0 : 'OP_0',
OP_PUSHDATA1 : 'OP_PUSHDATA1',
OP_PUSHDATA2 : 'OP_PUSHDATA2',
OP_PUSHDATA4 : 'OP_PUSHDATA4',
OP_1NEGATE : 'OP_1NEGATE',
OP_RESERVED : 'OP_RESERVED',
OP_1 : 'OP_1',
OP_2 : 'OP_2',
OP_3 : 'OP_3',
OP_4 : 'OP_4',
OP_5 : 'OP_5',
OP_6 : 'OP_6',
OP_7 : 'OP_7',
OP_8 : 'OP_8',
OP_9 : 'OP_9',
OP_10 : 'OP_10',
OP_11 : 'OP_11',
OP_12 : 'OP_12',
OP_13 : 'OP_13',
OP_14 : 'OP_14',
OP_15 : 'OP_15',
OP_16 : 'OP_16',
OP_NOP : 'OP_NOP',
OP_VER : 'OP_VER',
OP_IF : 'OP_IF',
OP_NOTIF : 'OP_NOTIF',
OP_VERIF : 'OP_VERIF',
OP_VERNOTIF : 'OP_VERNOTIF',
OP_ELSE : 'OP_ELSE',
OP_ENDIF : 'OP_ENDIF',
OP_VERIFY : 'OP_VERIFY',
OP_RETURN : 'OP_RETURN',
OP_TOALTSTACK : 'OP_TOALTSTACK',
OP_FROMALTSTACK : 'OP_FROMALTSTACK',
OP_2DROP : 'OP_2DROP',
OP_2DUP : 'OP_2DUP',
OP_3DUP : 'OP_3DUP',
OP_2OVER : 'OP_2OVER',
OP_2ROT : 'OP_2ROT',
OP_2SWAP : 'OP_2SWAP',
OP_IFDUP : 'OP_IFDUP',
OP_DEPTH : 'OP_DEPTH',
OP_DROP : 'OP_DROP',
OP_DUP : 'OP_DUP',
OP_NIP : 'OP_NIP',
OP_OVER : 'OP_OVER',
OP_PICK : 'OP_PICK',
OP_ROLL : 'OP_ROLL',
OP_ROT : 'OP_ROT',
OP_SWAP : 'OP_SWAP',
OP_TUCK : 'OP_TUCK',
OP_CAT : 'OP_CAT',
OP_SUBSTR : 'OP_SUBSTR',
OP_LEFT : 'OP_LEFT',
OP_RIGHT : 'OP_RIGHT',
OP_SIZE : 'OP_SIZE',
OP_INVERT : 'OP_INVERT',
OP_AND : 'OP_AND',
OP_OR : 'OP_OR',
OP_XOR : 'OP_XOR',
OP_EQUAL : 'OP_EQUAL',
OP_EQUALVERIFY : 'OP_EQUALVERIFY',
OP_RESERVED1 : 'OP_RESERVED1',
OP_RESERVED2 : 'OP_RESERVED2',
OP_1ADD : 'OP_1ADD',
OP_1SUB : 'OP_1SUB',
OP_2MUL : 'OP_2MUL',
OP_2DIV : 'OP_2DIV',
OP_NEGATE : 'OP_NEGATE',
OP_ABS : 'OP_ABS',
OP_NOT : 'OP_NOT',
OP_0NOTEQUAL : 'OP_0NOTEQUAL',
OP_ADD : 'OP_ADD',
OP_SUB : 'OP_SUB',
OP_MUL : 'OP_MUL',
OP_DIV : 'OP_DIV',
OP_MOD : 'OP_MOD',
OP_LSHIFT : 'OP_LSHIFT',
OP_RSHIFT : 'OP_RSHIFT',
OP_BOOLAND : 'OP_BOOLAND',
OP_BOOLOR : 'OP_BOOLOR',
OP_NUMEQUAL : 'OP_NUMEQUAL',
OP_NUMEQUALVERIFY : 'OP_NUMEQUALVERIFY',
OP_NUMNOTEQUAL : 'OP_NUMNOTEQUAL',
OP_LESSTHAN : 'OP_LESSTHAN',
OP_GREATERTHAN : 'OP_GREATERTHAN',
OP_LESSTHANOREQUAL : 'OP_LESSTHANOREQUAL',
OP_GREATERTHANOREQUAL : 'OP_GREATERTHANOREQUAL',
OP_MIN : 'OP_MIN',
OP_MAX : 'OP_MAX',
OP_WITHIN : 'OP_WITHIN',
OP_RIPEMD160 : 'OP_RIPEMD160',
OP_SHA1 : 'OP_SHA1',
OP_SHA256 : 'OP_SHA256',
OP_HASH160 : 'OP_HASH160',
OP_HASH256 : 'OP_HASH256',
OP_CODESEPARATOR : 'OP_CODESEPARATOR',
OP_CHECKSIG : 'OP_CHECKSIG',
OP_CHECKSIGVERIFY : 'OP_CHECKSIGVERIFY',
OP_CHECKMULTISIG : 'OP_CHECKMULTISIG',
OP_CHECKMULTISIGVERIFY : 'OP_CHECKMULTISIGVERIFY',
OP_NOP1 : 'OP_NOP1',
OP_NOP2 : 'OP_NOP2',
OP_NOP3 : 'OP_NOP3',
OP_NOP4 : 'OP_NOP4',
OP_NOP5 : 'OP_NOP5',
OP_NOP6 : 'OP_NOP6',
OP_NOP7 : 'OP_NOP7',
OP_NOP8 : 'OP_NOP8',
OP_NOP9 : 'OP_NOP9',
OP_NOP10 : 'OP_NOP10',
OP_SMALLINTEGER : 'OP_SMALLINTEGER',
OP_PUBKEYS : 'OP_PUBKEYS',
OP_PUBKEYHASH : 'OP_PUBKEYHASH',
OP_PUBKEY : 'OP_PUBKEY',
OP_INVALIDOPCODE : 'OP_INVALIDOPCODE',
})

OPCODES_BY_NAME = {
'OP_0' : OP_0,
'OP_PUSHDATA1' : OP_PUSHDATA1,
'OP_PUSHDATA2' : OP_PUSHDATA2,
'OP_PUSHDATA4' : OP_PUSHDATA4,
'OP_1NEGATE' : OP_1NEGATE,
'OP_RESERVED' : OP_RESERVED,
'OP_1' : OP_1,
'OP_2' : OP_2,
'OP_3' : OP_3,
'OP_4' : OP_4,
'OP_5' : OP_5,
'OP_6' : OP_6,
'OP_7' : OP_7,
'OP_8' : OP_8,
'OP_9' : OP_9,
'OP_10' : OP_10,
'OP_11' : OP_11,
'OP_12' : OP_12,
'OP_13' : OP_13,
'OP_14' : OP_14,
'OP_15' : OP_15,
'OP_16' : OP_16,
'OP_NOP' : OP_NOP,
'OP_VER' : OP_VER,
'OP_IF' : OP_IF,
'OP_NOTIF' : OP_NOTIF,
'OP_VERIF' : OP_VERIF,
'OP_VERNOTIF' : OP_VERNOTIF,
'OP_ELSE' : OP_ELSE,
'OP_ENDIF' : OP_ENDIF,
'OP_VERIFY' : OP_VERIFY,
'OP_RETURN' : OP_RETURN,
'OP_TOALTSTACK' : OP_TOALTSTACK,
'OP_FROMALTSTACK' : OP_FROMALTSTACK,
'OP_2DROP' : OP_2DROP,
'OP_2DUP' : OP_2DUP,
'OP_3DUP' : OP_3DUP,
'OP_2OVER' : OP_2OVER,
'OP_2ROT' : OP_2ROT,
'OP_2SWAP' : OP_2SWAP,
'OP_IFDUP' : OP_IFDUP,
'OP_DEPTH' : OP_DEPTH,
'OP_DROP' : OP_DROP,
'OP_DUP' : OP_DUP,
'OP_NIP' : OP_NIP,
'OP_OVER' : OP_OVER,
'OP_PICK' : OP_PICK,
'OP_ROLL' : OP_ROLL,
'OP_ROT' : OP_ROT,
'OP_SWAP' : OP_SWAP,
'OP_TUCK' : OP_TUCK,
'OP_CAT' : OP_CAT,
'OP_SUBSTR' : OP_SUBSTR,
'OP_LEFT' : OP_LEFT,
'OP_RIGHT' : OP_RIGHT,
'OP_SIZE' : OP_SIZE,
'OP_INVERT' : OP_INVERT,
'OP_AND' : OP_AND,
'OP_OR' : OP_OR,
'OP_XOR' : OP_XOR,
'OP_EQUAL' : OP_EQUAL,
'OP_EQUALVERIFY' : OP_EQUALVERIFY,
'OP_RESERVED1' : OP_RESERVED1,
'OP_RESERVED2' : OP_RESERVED2,
'OP_1ADD' : OP_1ADD,
'OP_1SUB' : OP_1SUB,
'OP_2MUL' : OP_2MUL,
'OP_2DIV' : OP_2DIV,
'OP_NEGATE' : OP_NEGATE,
'OP_ABS' : OP_ABS,
'OP_NOT' : OP_NOT,
'OP_0NOTEQUAL' : OP_0NOTEQUAL,
'OP_ADD' : OP_ADD,
'OP_SUB' : OP_SUB,
'OP_MUL' : OP_MUL,
'OP_DIV' : OP_DIV,
'OP_MOD' : OP_MOD,
'OP_LSHIFT' : OP_LSHIFT,
'OP_RSHIFT' : OP_RSHIFT,
'OP_BOOLAND' : OP_BOOLAND,
'OP_BOOLOR' : OP_BOOLOR,
'OP_NUMEQUAL' : OP_NUMEQUAL,
'OP_NUMEQUALVERIFY' : OP_NUMEQUALVERIFY,
'OP_NUMNOTEQUAL' : OP_NUMNOTEQUAL,
'OP_LESSTHAN' : OP_LESSTHAN,
'OP_GREATERTHAN' : OP_GREATERTHAN,
'OP_LESSTHANOREQUAL' : OP_LESSTHANOREQUAL,
'OP_GREATERTHANOREQUAL' : OP_GREATERTHANOREQUAL,
'OP_MIN' : OP_MIN,
'OP_MAX' : OP_MAX,
'OP_WITHIN' : OP_WITHIN,
'OP_RIPEMD160' : OP_RIPEMD160,
'OP_SHA1' : OP_SHA1,
'OP_SHA256' : OP_SHA256,
'OP_HASH160' : OP_HASH160,
'OP_HASH256' : OP_HASH256,
'OP_CODESEPARATOR' : OP_CODESEPARATOR,
'OP_CHECKSIG' : OP_CHECKSIG,
'OP_CHECKSIGVERIFY' : OP_CHECKSIGVERIFY,
'OP_CHECKMULTISIG' : OP_CHECKMULTISIG,
'OP_CHECKMULTISIGVERIFY' : OP_CHECKMULTISIGVERIFY,
'OP_NOP1' : OP_NOP1,
'OP_NOP2' : OP_NOP2,
'OP_NOP3' : OP_NOP3,
'OP_NOP4' : OP_NOP4,
'OP_NOP5' : OP_NOP5,
'OP_NOP6' : OP_NOP6,
'OP_NOP7' : OP_NOP7,
'OP_NOP8' : OP_NOP8,
'OP_NOP9' : OP_NOP9,
'OP_NOP10' : OP_NOP10,
'OP_SMALLINTEGER' : OP_SMALLINTEGER,
'OP_PUBKEYS' : OP_PUBKEYS,
'OP_PUBKEYHASH' : OP_PUBKEYHASH,
'OP_PUBKEY' : OP_PUBKEY,
}

class CScriptInvalidError(Exception):
"""Base class for CScript exceptions"""
pass

class CScriptTruncatedPushDataError(CScriptInvalidError):
"""Invalid pushdata due to truncation"""
def __init__(self, msg, data):
self.data = data
super(CScriptTruncatedPushDataError, self).__init__(msg)

# This is used, eg, for blockchain heights in coinbase scripts (bip34)
class CScriptNum(object):
def __init__(self, d=0):
self.value = d

@staticmethod
def encode(obj):
r = bytearray(0)
if obj.value == 0:
return bytes(r)
neg = obj.value < 0
absvalue = -obj.value if neg else obj.value
while (absvalue):
r.append(chr(absvalue & 0xff))
absvalue >>= 8
if r[-1] & 0x80:
r.append(0x80 if neg else 0)
elif neg:
r[-1] |= 0x80
return bytes(bchr(len(r)) + r)


class CScript(bytes):
"""Serialized script

A bytes subclass, so you can use this directly whenever bytes are accepted.
Note that this means that indexing does *not* work - you'll get an index by
byte rather than opcode. This format was chosen for efficiency so that the
general case would not require creating a lot of little CScriptOP objects.

iter(script) however does iterate by opcode.
"""
@classmethod
def __coerce_instance(cls, other):
# Coerce other into bytes
if isinstance(other, CScriptOp):
other = bchr(other)
elif isinstance(other, CScriptNum):
if (other.value == 0):
other = bchr(CScriptOp(OP_0))
else:
other = CScriptNum.encode(other)
elif isinstance(other, (int, long)):
if 0 <= other <= 16:
other = bytes(bchr(CScriptOp.encode_op_n(other)))
elif other == -1:
other = bytes(bchr(OP_1NEGATE))
else:
other = CScriptOp.encode_op_pushdata(bignum.bn2vch(other))
elif isinstance(other, (bytes, bytearray)):
other = CScriptOp.encode_op_pushdata(other)
return other

def __add__(self, other):
# Do the coercion outside of the try block so that errors in it are
# noticed.
other = self.__coerce_instance(other)

try:
# bytes.__add__ always returns bytes instances unfortunately
return CScript(super(CScript, self).__add__(other))
except TypeError:
raise TypeError('Can not add a %r instance to a CScript' % other.__class__)

def join(self, iterable):
# join makes no sense for a CScript()
raise NotImplementedError

def __new__(cls, value=b''):
if isinstance(value, bytes) or isinstance(value, bytearray):
return super(CScript, cls).__new__(cls, value)
else:
def coerce_iterable(iterable):
for instance in iterable:
yield cls.__coerce_instance(instance)
# Annoyingly on both python2 and python3 bytes.join() always
# returns a bytes instance even when subclassed.
return super(CScript, cls).__new__(cls, b''.join(coerce_iterable(value)))

def raw_iter(self):
"""Raw iteration

Yields tuples of (opcode, data, sop_idx) so that the different possible
PUSHDATA encodings can be accurately distinguished, as well as
determining the exact opcode byte indexes. (sop_idx)
"""
i = 0
while i < len(self):
sop_idx = i
opcode = bord(self[i])
i += 1

if opcode > OP_PUSHDATA4:
yield (opcode, None, sop_idx)
else:
datasize = None
pushdata_type = None
if opcode < OP_PUSHDATA1:
pushdata_type = 'PUSHDATA(%d)' % opcode
datasize = opcode

elif opcode == OP_PUSHDATA1:
pushdata_type = 'PUSHDATA1'
if i >= len(self):
raise CScriptInvalidError('PUSHDATA1: missing data length')
datasize = bord(self[i])
i += 1

elif opcode == OP_PUSHDATA2:
pushdata_type = 'PUSHDATA2'
if i + 1 >= len(self):
raise CScriptInvalidError('PUSHDATA2: missing data length')
datasize = bord(self[i]) + (bord(self[i+1]) << 8)
i += 2

elif opcode == OP_PUSHDATA4:
pushdata_type = 'PUSHDATA4'
if i + 3 >= len(self):
raise CScriptInvalidError('PUSHDATA4: missing data length')
datasize = bord(self[i]) + (bord(self[i+1]) << 8) + (bord(self[i+2]) << 16) + (bord(self[i+3]) << 24)
i += 4

else:
assert False # shouldn't happen


data = bytes(self[i:i+datasize])

# Check for truncation
if len(data) < datasize:
raise CScriptTruncatedPushDataError('%s: truncated data' % pushdata_type, data)

i += datasize

yield (opcode, data, sop_idx)

def __iter__(self):
"""'Cooked' iteration

Returns either a CScriptOP instance, an integer, or bytes, as
appropriate.

See raw_iter() if you need to distinguish the different possible
PUSHDATA encodings.
"""
for (opcode, data, sop_idx) in self.raw_iter():
if data is not None:
yield data
else:
opcode = CScriptOp(opcode)

if opcode.is_small_int():
yield opcode.decode_op_n()
else:
yield CScriptOp(opcode)

def __repr__(self):
# For Python3 compatibility add b before strings so testcases don't
# need to change
def _repr(o):
if isinstance(o, bytes):
return "x('%s')" % binascii.hexlify(o).decode('utf8')
else:
return repr(o)

ops = []
i = iter(self)
while True:
op = None
try:
op = _repr(next(i))
except CScriptTruncatedPushDataError as err:
op = '%s...<ERROR: %s>' % (_repr(err.data), err)
break
except CScriptInvalidError as err:
op = '<ERROR: %s>' % err
break
except StopIteration:
break
finally:
if op is not None:
ops.append(op)

return "CScript([%s])" % ', '.join(ops)

def GetSigOpCount(self, fAccurate):
"""Get the SigOp count.

fAccurate - Accurately count CHECKMULTISIG, see BIP16 for details.

Note that this is consensus-critical.
"""
n = 0
lastOpcode = OP_INVALIDOPCODE
for (opcode, data, sop_idx) in self.raw_iter():
if opcode in (OP_CHECKSIG, OP_CHECKSIGVERIFY):
n += 1
elif opcode in (OP_CHECKMULTISIG, OP_CHECKMULTISIGVERIFY):
if fAccurate and (OP_1 <= lastOpcode <= OP_16):
n += opcode.decode_op_n()
else:
n += 20
lastOpcode = opcode
return n


SIGHASH_ALL = 1
SIGHASH_NONE = 2
SIGHASH_SINGLE = 3
SIGHASH_ANYONECANPAY = 0x80

def FindAndDelete(script, sig):
"""Consensus critical, see FindAndDelete() in Satoshi codebase"""
r = b''
last_sop_idx = sop_idx = 0
skip = True
for (opcode, data, sop_idx) in script.raw_iter():
if not skip:
r += script[last_sop_idx:sop_idx]
last_sop_idx = sop_idx
if script[sop_idx:sop_idx + len(sig)] == sig:
skip = True
else:
skip = False
if not skip:
r += script[last_sop_idx:]
return CScript(r)


def SignatureHash(script, txTo, inIdx, hashtype):
"""Consensus-correct SignatureHash

Returns (hash, err) to precisely match the consensus-critical behavior of
the SIGHASH_SINGLE bug. (inIdx is *not* checked for validity)
"""
HASH_ONE = b'\x01\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00'

if inIdx >= len(txTo.vin):
return (HASH_ONE, "inIdx %d out of range (%d)" % (inIdx, len(txTo.vin)))
txtmp = CTransaction(txTo)

for txin in txtmp.vin:
txin.scriptSig = b''
txtmp.vin[inIdx].scriptSig = FindAndDelete(script, CScript([OP_CODESEPARATOR]))

if (hashtype & 0x1f) == SIGHASH_NONE:
txtmp.vout = []

for i in range(len(txtmp.vin)):
if i != inIdx:
txtmp.vin[i].nSequence = 0

elif (hashtype & 0x1f) == SIGHASH_SINGLE:
outIdx = inIdx
if outIdx >= len(txtmp.vout):
return (HASH_ONE, "outIdx %d out of range (%d)" % (outIdx, len(txtmp.vout)))

tmp = txtmp.vout[outIdx]
txtmp.vout = []
for i in range(outIdx):
txtmp.vout.append(CTxOut())
txtmp.vout.append(tmp)

for i in range(len(txtmp.vin)):
if i != inIdx:
txtmp.vin[i].nSequence = 0

if hashtype & SIGHASH_ANYONECANPAY:
tmp = txtmp.vin[inIdx]
txtmp.vin = []
txtmp.vin.append(tmp)

s = txtmp.serialize()
s += struct.pack(b"<I", hashtype)

hash = hash256(s)

return (hash, None)

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#!/usr/bin/env python2
#
# Distributed under the MIT/X11 software license, see the accompanying
# file COPYING or http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php.
#

'''
Test notes:
This test uses the script_valid and script_invalid tests from the unittest
framework to do end-to-end testing where we compare that two nodes agree on
whether blocks containing a given test script are valid.

We generally ignore the script flags associated with each test (since we lack
the precision to test each script using those flags in this framework), but
for tests with SCRIPT_VERIFY_P2SH, we can use a block time after the BIP16
switchover date to try to test with that flag enabled (and for tests without
that flag, we use a block time before the switchover date).

NOTE: This test is very slow and may take more than 40 minutes to run.
'''

from test_framework import ComparisonTestFramework
from util import *
from comptool import TestInstance, TestManager
from mininode import *
from blocktools import *
from script import *
import logging
import copy
import json

script_valid_file = "../../src/test/data/script_valid.json"
script_invalid_file = "../../src/test/data/script_invalid.json"

# Pass in a set of json files to open.
class ScriptTestFile(object):

def __init__(self, files):
self.files = files
self.index = -1
self.data = []

def load_files(self):
for f in self.files:
self.data.extend(json.loads(open(f).read()))

# Skip over records that are not long enough to be tests
def get_records(self):
while (self.index < len(self.data)):
if len(self.data[self.index]) >= 3:
yield self.data[self.index]
self.index += 1


# Helper for parsing the flags specified in the .json files
SCRIPT_VERIFY_NONE = 0
SCRIPT_VERIFY_P2SH = 1
SCRIPT_VERIFY_STRICTENC = 1 << 1
SCRIPT_VERIFY_DERSIG = 1 << 2
SCRIPT_VERIFY_LOW_S = 1 << 3
SCRIPT_VERIFY_NULLDUMMY = 1 << 4
SCRIPT_VERIFY_SIGPUSHONLY = 1 << 5
SCRIPT_VERIFY_MINIMALDATA = 1 << 6
SCRIPT_VERIFY_DISCOURAGE_UPGRADABLE_NOPS = 1 << 7
SCRIPT_VERIFY_CLEANSTACK = 1 << 8

flag_map = {
"": SCRIPT_VERIFY_NONE,
"NONE": SCRIPT_VERIFY_NONE,
"P2SH": SCRIPT_VERIFY_P2SH,
"STRICTENC": SCRIPT_VERIFY_STRICTENC,
"DERSIG": SCRIPT_VERIFY_DERSIG,
"LOW_S": SCRIPT_VERIFY_LOW_S,
"NULLDUMMY": SCRIPT_VERIFY_NULLDUMMY,
"SIGPUSHONLY": SCRIPT_VERIFY_SIGPUSHONLY,
"MINIMALDATA": SCRIPT_VERIFY_MINIMALDATA,
"DISCOURAGE_UPGRADABLE_NOPS": SCRIPT_VERIFY_DISCOURAGE_UPGRADABLE_NOPS,
"CLEANSTACK": SCRIPT_VERIFY_CLEANSTACK,
}

def ParseScriptFlags(flag_string):
flags = 0
for x in flag_string.split(","):
if x in flag_map:
flags |= flag_map[x]
else:
print "Error: unrecognized script flag: ", x
return flags

'''
Given a string that is a scriptsig or scriptpubkey from the .json files above,
convert it to a CScript()
'''
# Replicates behavior from core_read.cpp
def ParseScript(json_script):
script = json_script.split(" ")
parsed_script = CScript()
for x in script:
if len(x) == 0:
# Empty string, ignore.
pass
elif x.isdigit() or (len(x) >= 1 and x[0] == "-" and x[1:].isdigit()):
# Number
n = int(x, 0)
if (n == -1) or (n >= 1 and n <= 16):
parsed_script = CScript(bytes(parsed_script) + bytes(CScript([n])))
else:
parsed_script += CScriptNum(int(x, 0))
elif x.startswith("0x"):
# Raw hex data, inserted NOT pushed onto stack:
for i in xrange(2, len(x), 2):
parsed_script = CScript(bytes(parsed_script) + bytes(chr(int(x[i:i+2],16))))
elif x.startswith("'") and x.endswith("'") and len(x) >= 2:
# Single-quoted string, pushed as data.
parsed_script += CScript([x[1:-1]])
else:
# opcode, e.g. OP_ADD or ADD:
tryopname = "OP_" + x
if tryopname in OPCODES_BY_NAME:
parsed_script += CScriptOp(OPCODES_BY_NAME["OP_" + x])
else:
print "ParseScript: error parsing '%s'" % x
return ""
return parsed_script
class TestBuilder(object):
def create_credit_tx(self, scriptPubKey):
# self.tx1 is a coinbase transaction, modeled after the one created by script_tests.cpp
# This allows us to reuse signatures created in the unit test framework.
self.tx1 = create_coinbase() # this has a bip34 scriptsig,
self.tx1.vin[0].scriptSig = CScript([0, 0]) # but this matches the unit tests
self.tx1.vout[0].nValue = 0
self.tx1.vout[0].scriptPubKey = scriptPubKey
self.tx1.rehash()
def create_spend_tx(self, scriptSig):
self.tx2 = create_transaction(self.tx1, 0, CScript(), 0)
self.tx2.vin[0].scriptSig = scriptSig
self.tx2.vout[0].scriptPubKey = CScript()
self.tx2.rehash()
def rehash(self):
self.tx1.rehash()
self.tx2.rehash()

# This test uses the (default) two nodes provided by ComparisonTestFramework,
# specified on the command line with --testbinary and --refbinary.
# See comptool.py
class ScriptTest(ComparisonTestFramework):

def run_test(self):
# Set up the comparison tool TestManager
test = TestManager(self, self.options.tmpdir)
test.add_all_connections(self.nodes)

# Load scripts
self.scripts = ScriptTestFile([script_valid_file, script_invalid_file])
self.scripts.load_files()

# Some variables we re-use between test instances (to build blocks)
self.tip = None
self.block_time = None

NetworkThread().start() # Start up network handling in another thread
test.run()

def generate_test_instance(self, pubkeystring, scriptsigstring):
scriptpubkey = ParseScript(pubkeystring)
scriptsig = ParseScript(scriptsigstring)

test = TestInstance(sync_every_block=False)
test_build = TestBuilder()
test_build.create_credit_tx(scriptpubkey)
test_build.create_spend_tx(scriptsig)
test_build.rehash()

block = create_block(self.tip, test_build.tx1, self.block_time)
self.block_time += 1
block.solve()
self.tip = block.sha256
test.blocks_and_transactions = [[block, True]]

for i in xrange(100):
block = create_block(self.tip, create_coinbase(), self.block_time)
self.block_time += 1
block.solve()
self.tip = block.sha256
test.blocks_and_transactions.append([block, True])

block = create_block(self.tip, create_coinbase(), self.block_time)
self.block_time += 1
block.vtx.append(test_build.tx2)
block.hashMerkleRoot = block.calc_merkle_root()
block.rehash()
block.solve()
test.blocks_and_transactions.append([block, None])
return test

# This generates the tests for TestManager.
def get_tests(self):
self.tip = int ("0x" + self.nodes[0].getbestblockhash() + "L", 0)
self.block_time = 1333230000 # before the BIP16 switchover

'''
Create a new block with an anyone-can-spend coinbase
'''
block = create_block(self.tip, create_coinbase(), self.block_time)
self.block_time += 1
block.solve()
self.tip = block.sha256
yield TestInstance(objects=[[block, True]])

'''
Build out to 100 blocks total, maturing the coinbase.
'''
test = TestInstance(objects=[], sync_every_block=False, sync_every_tx=False)
for i in xrange(100):
b = create_block(self.tip, create_coinbase(), self.block_time)
b.solve()
test.blocks_and_transactions.append([b, True])
self.tip = b.sha256
self.block_time += 1
yield test
''' Iterate through script tests. '''
counter = 0
for script_test in self.scripts.get_records():
''' Reset the blockchain to genesis block + 100 blocks. '''
if self.nodes[0].getblockcount() > 101:
self.nodes[0].invalidateblock(self.nodes[0].getblockhash(102))
self.nodes[1].invalidateblock(self.nodes[1].getblockhash(102))

self.tip = int ("0x" + self.nodes[0].getbestblockhash() + "L", 0)

[scriptsig, scriptpubkey, flags] = script_test[0:3]
flags = ParseScriptFlags(flags)

# We can use block time to determine whether the nodes should be
# enforcing BIP16.
#
# We intentionally let the block time grow by 1 each time.
# This forces the block hashes to differ between tests, so that
# a call to invalidateblock doesn't interfere with a later test.
if (flags & SCRIPT_VERIFY_P2SH):
self.block_time = 1333238400 + counter # Advance to enforcing BIP16
else:
self.block_time = 1333230000 + counter # Before the BIP16 switchover

print "Script test: [%s]" % script_test

yield self.generate_test_instance(scriptpubkey, scriptsig)
counter += 1

if __name__ == '__main__':
ScriptTest().main()

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