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Slither & Echidna + Remappings

While testing a project using hardhat and Echidna I was able to run all tests in the project with echidna-test . but was not able to run tests in a specific contract that imported contracts using NPM and the node_modules directory, such as @openzeppelin. When running echidna-test the following error would be returned

> echidna-test path/to/my/Contract.sol --contract Contract

echidna-test: Couldn't compile given file
stdout:
stderr:
ERROR:CryticCompile:Invalid solc compilation Error: Source "@openzeppelin/contracts/utils/Address.sol" not found: File not found. Searched the following locations: "".
 --> path/to/my/Contract.sol:4:1:
  |
4 | import {Address} from '@openzeppelin/contracts/utils/Address.sol';
  | ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

To fix this, I added Solc Remappings for Slither and Echidna.

Install Echidna (and Slither)

Make sure that you have Slither and Echidna installed. Follow the install instructions on their site, or on OSX with Homebrew run brew install echidna

Slither Remapping Config

Create a Slither JSON config file – named slither.config.json – to use filter_paths to exclude some directories and provide remappings for node_modules to solc. Multiple remappings can be provided.

{
  "filter_paths": "(mocks/|test/|@openzeppelin/)",
  "solc_remaps": "@=node_modules/@"
}

Slither will pick up the config file automatically.

slither path/to/my/Contract.sol

Echidna Remapping Config

For Echidna we can create a YAML config file and pass the solc remappings to crytic-compile via cryticArgs.

# provide solc remappings to crytic-compile
cryticArgs: ['--solc-remaps', '@=node_modules/@']

When running echidna-test we can use the --config option to specify the YAML config file and pick up our remappings (and other settings).

echidna-test --config echidna.yaml path/to/my/Contract.sol --contract Contract

Bonus Mythril Remapping Config!

{
  "remappings": ["@openzeppelin/=node_modules/@openzeppelin/"]
}
myth analyze --solc-json mythril.solc.json path/to/my/Contract.sol

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