android 9.0 给差分包签名的命令 以及脚本的语言解释



java -Xmx2048m -Djava.library.path="out/host/linux-x86/lib64" -jar out/host/linux-x86/framework/signapk.jar -w build/target/product/security/chengwei_releasekey/releasekey.x509.pem build/target/product/security/chengwei_releasekey/releasekey.pk8 




升级脚本语言scripty 解释

# Copyright (C) 2009 The Android Open Source Project
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.

import re

import common

class EdifyGenerator(object):
  """Class to generate scripts in the 'edify' recovery script language
  used from donut onwards."""

  def __init__(self, version, info, fstab=None):
    self.script = []
    self.mounts = set()
    self._required_cache = 0
    self.version = version = info
    if fstab is None:
      self.fstab ="fstab", None)
      self.fstab = fstab

  def MakeTemporary(self):
    """Make a temporary script object whose commands can latter be
    appended to the parent script with AppendScript().  Used when the
    caller wants to generate script commands out-of-order."""
    x = EdifyGenerator(self.version,
    x.mounts = self.mounts
    return x

  def required_cache(self):
    """Return the minimum cache size to apply the update."""
    return self._required_cache

  def WordWrap(cmd, linelen=80):
    """'cmd' should be a function call with null characters after each
    parameter (eg, "somefun(foo,\0bar,\0baz)").  This function wraps cmd
    to a given line length, replacing nulls with spaces and/or newlines
    to format it nicely."""
    indent = cmd.index("(")+1
    out = []
    first = True
    x = re.compile("^(.{,%d})\0" % (linelen-indent,))
    while True:
      if not first:
        out.append(" " * indent)
      first = False
      m =
      if not m:
        parts = cmd.split("\0", 1)
        if len(parts) == 1:
          cmd = parts[1]
      cmd = cmd[m.end():]

    return "".join(out).replace("\0", " ").rstrip("\n")

  def AppendScript(self, other):
    """Append the contents of another script (which should be created
    with temporary=True) to this one."""

  def AssertOemProperty(self, name, values, oem_no_mount):
    """Assert that a property on the OEM paritition matches allowed values."""
    if not name:
      raise ValueError("must specify an OEM property")
    if not values:
      raise ValueError("must specify the OEM value")

    if oem_no_mount:
      get_prop_command = 'getprop("%s")' % name
      get_prop_command = 'file_getprop("/oem/oem.prop", "%s")' % name

    cmd = ''
    for value in values:
      cmd += '%s == "%s" || ' % (get_prop_command, value)
    cmd += (
        'abort("E{code}: This package expects the value \\"{values}\\" for '
        '\\"{name}\\"; this has value \\"" + '
        '{get_prop_command} + "\\".");').format(
            get_prop_command=get_prop_command, name=name,
            values='\\" or \\"'.join(values))

  def AssertSomeFingerprint(self, *fp):
    """Assert that the current recovery build fingerprint is one of *fp."""
    if not fp:
      raise ValueError("must specify some fingerprints")
    cmd = (' ||\n    '.join([('getprop("") == "%s"') % i
                             for i in fp]) +
           ' ||\n    abort("E%d: Package expects build fingerprint of %s; '
           'this device has " + getprop("") + ".");') % (
               common.ErrorCode.FINGERPRINT_MISMATCH, " or ".join(fp))

  def AssertSomeThumbprint(self, *fp):
    """Assert that the current recovery build thumbprint is one of *fp."""
    if not fp:
      raise ValueError("must specify some thumbprints")
    cmd = (' ||\n    '.join([('getprop("") == "%s"') % i
                             for i in fp]) +
           ' ||\n    abort("E%d: Package expects build thumbprint of %s; this '
           'device has " + getprop("") + ".");') % (
               common.ErrorCode.THUMBPRINT_MISMATCH, " or ".join(fp))

  def AssertFingerprintOrThumbprint(self, fp, tp):
    """Assert that the current recovery build fingerprint is fp, or thumbprint
       is tp."""
    cmd = ('getprop("") == "{fp}" ||\n'
           '    getprop("") == "{tp}" ||\n'
           '    abort("Package expects build fingerprint of {fp} or '
           'thumbprint of {tp}; this device has a fingerprint of " '
           '+ getprop("") + " and a thumbprint of " '
           '+ getprop("") + ".");').format(fp=fp, tp=tp)

  def AssertOlderBuild(self, timestamp, timestamp_text):
    """Assert that the build on the device is older (or the same as)
    the given timestamp."""
        ('(!less_than_int(%s, getprop(""))) || '
         'abort("E%d: Can\'t install this package (%s) over newer '
         'build (" + getprop("") + ").");') % (timestamp,
             common.ErrorCode.OLDER_BUILD, timestamp_text))

  def AssertDevice(self, device):
    """Assert that the device identifier is the given string."""
    cmd = ('getprop("ro.product.device") == "%s" || '
           'abort("E%d: This package is for \\"%s\\" devices; '
           'this is a \\"" + getprop("ro.product.device") + "\\".");') % (
               device, common.ErrorCode.DEVICE_MISMATCH, device)

  def AssertSomeBootloader(self, *bootloaders):
    """Asert that the bootloader version is one of *bootloaders."""
    cmd = ("assert(" +
           " ||\0".join(['getprop("ro.bootloader") == "%s"' % (b,)
                         for b in bootloaders]) +

  def ShowProgress(self, frac, dur):
    """Update the progress bar, advancing it over 'frac' over the next
    'dur' seconds.  'dur' may be zero to advance it via SetProgress
    commands instead of by time."""
    self.script.append("show_progress(%f, %d);" % (frac, int(dur)))

  def SetProgress(self, frac):
    """Set the position of the progress bar within the chunk defined
    by the most recent ShowProgress call.  'frac' should be in
    self.script.append("set_progress(%f);" % (frac,))

  def PatchCheck(self, filename, *sha1):
    """Check that the given file has one of the
    given *sha1 hashes, checking the version saved in cache if the
    file does not match."""
        'apply_patch_check("%s"' % (filename,) +
        "".join([', "%s"' % (i,) for i in sha1]) +
        ') || abort("E%d: \\"%s\\" has unexpected contents.");' % (
            common.ErrorCode.BAD_PATCH_FILE, filename))

  def Verify(self, filename):
    """Check that the given file has one of the
    given hashes (encoded in the filename)."""
        'apply_patch_check("{filename}") && '
        'ui_print("    Verified.") || '
        'ui_print("\\"{filename}\\" has unexpected contents.");'.format(

  def FileCheck(self, filename, *sha1):
    """Check that the given file has one of the
    given *sha1 hashes."""
    self.script.append('assert(sha1_check(read_file("%s")' % (filename,) +
                       "".join([', "%s"' % (i,) for i in sha1]) +

  def CacheFreeSpaceCheck(self, amount):
    """Check that there's at least 'amount' space that can be made
    available on /cache."""
    self._required_cache = max(self._required_cache, amount)
    self.script.append(('apply_patch_space(%d) || abort("E%d: Not enough free '
                        'space on /cache to apply patches.");') % (

  def Mount(self, mount_point, mount_options_by_format=""):
    """Mount the partition with the given mount_point.
      where option is optname[=optvalue]
      E.g. ext4=barrier=1,nodelalloc,errors=panic|f2fs=errors=recover
    fstab = self.fstab
    if fstab:
      p = fstab[mount_point]
      mount_dict = {}
      if mount_options_by_format is not None:
        for option in mount_options_by_format.split("|"):
          if "=" in option:
            key, value = option.split("=", 1)
            mount_dict[key] = value
      mount_flags = mount_dict.get(p.fs_type, "")
      if p.context is not None:
        mount_flags = p.context + ("," + mount_flags if mount_flags else "")
      self.script.append('mount("%s", "%s", "%s", "%s", "%s");' % (
          p.fs_type, common.PARTITION_TYPES[p.fs_type], p.device,
          p.mount_point, mount_flags))

  def Comment(self, comment):
    """Write a comment into the update script."""
    for i in comment.split("\n"):
      self.script.append("# " + i)

  def Print(self, message):
    """Log a message to the screen (if the logs are visible)."""
    self.script.append('ui_print("%s");' % (message,))

  def TunePartition(self, partition, *options):
    fstab = self.fstab
    if fstab:
      p = fstab[partition]
      if p.fs_type not in ("ext2", "ext3", "ext4"):
        raise ValueError("Partition %s cannot be tuned\n" % (partition,))
        'tune2fs(' + "".join(['"%s", ' % (i,) for i in options]) +
        '"%s") || abort("E%d: Failed to tune partition %s");' % (
            p.device, common.ErrorCode.TUNE_PARTITION_FAILURE, partition))

  def FormatPartition(self, partition):
    """Format the given partition, specified by its mount point (eg,

    fstab = self.fstab
    if fstab:
      p = fstab[partition]
      self.script.append('format("%s", "%s", "%s", "%s", "%s");' %
                         (p.fs_type, common.PARTITION_TYPES[p.fs_type],
                          p.device, p.length, p.mount_point))

  def WipeBlockDevice(self, partition):
    if partition not in ("/system", "/vendor"):
      raise ValueError(("WipeBlockDevice doesn't work on %s\n") % (partition,))
    fstab = self.fstab
    size ="/") + "_size", None)
    device = fstab[partition].device

    self.script.append('wipe_block_device("%s", %s);' % (device, size))

  def ApplyPatch(self, srcfile, tgtfile, tgtsize, tgtsha1, *patchpairs):
    """Apply binary patches (in *patchpairs) to the given srcfile to
    produce tgtfile (which may be "-" to indicate overwriting the
    source file."""
    if len(patchpairs) % 2 != 0 or len(patchpairs) == 0:
      raise ValueError("bad patches given to ApplyPatch")
    cmd = ['apply_patch("%s",\0"%s",\0%s,\0%d'
           % (srcfile, tgtfile, tgtsha1, tgtsize)]
    for i in range(0, len(patchpairs), 2):
      cmd.append(',\0%s,\0package_extract_file("%s")' % patchpairs[i:i+2])
    cmd.append(') ||\n    abort("E%d: Failed to apply patch to %s");' % (
        common.ErrorCode.APPLY_PATCH_FAILURE, srcfile))
    cmd = "".join(cmd)

  def WriteRawImage(self, mount_point, fn, mapfn=None):
    """Write the given package file into the partition for the given
    mount point."""

    fstab = self.fstab
    if fstab:
      p = fstab[mount_point]
      partition_type = common.PARTITION_TYPES[p.fs_type]
      args = {'device': p.device, 'fn': fn}
      if partition_type == "EMMC":
        if mapfn:
          args["map"] = mapfn
              'package_extract_file("%(fn)s", "%(device)s", "%(map)s");' % args)
              'package_extract_file("%(fn)s", "%(device)s");' % args)
        raise ValueError(
            "don't know how to write \"%s\" partitions" % p.fs_type)

  def AppendExtra(self, extra):
    """Append text verbatim to the output script."""

  def Unmount(self, mount_point):
    self.script.append('unmount("%s");' % mount_point)

  def UnmountAll(self):
    for p in sorted(self.mounts):
      self.script.append('unmount("%s");' % (p,))
    self.mounts = set()

  def AddToZip(self, input_zip, output_zip, input_path=None):
    """Write the accumulated script to the output_zip file.  input_zip
    is used as the source for the 'updater' binary needed to run
    script.  If input_path is not None, it will be used as a local
    path for the binary instead of input_zip."""


    common.ZipWriteStr(output_zip, "META-INF/com/google/android/updater-script",
                       "\n".join(self.script) + "\n")

    if input_path is None:
      data ="OTA/bin/updater")
      data = open(input_path, "rb").read()
    common.ZipWriteStr(output_zip, "META-INF/com/google/android/update-binary",
                       data, perms=0o755)


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