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2014-12-15 Stefan Wallentowitz <stefan.wallentowitz@tum.de>


			
			
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  1. 12
      libgloss/ChangeLog
  2. 3
      libgloss/README
  3. 5
      libgloss/configure
  4. 3
      libgloss/configure.in
  5. 100
      libgloss/or1k/Makefile.in
  6. 409
      libgloss/or1k/aclocal.m4
  7. 3892
      libgloss/or1k/configure
  8. 81
      libgloss/or1k/configure.in
  9. 600
      libgloss/or1k/crt0.S
  10. 83
      libgloss/or1k/include/or1k-asm.h

12
libgloss/ChangeLog

@ -1,3 +1,15 @@
2014-12-15 Stefan Wallentowitz <stefan.wallentowitz@tum.de>
* README: Add details about or1k.
* configure.in: Add or1k/or1knd
* configure: Regenerated.
* or1k/aclocal.m4: New file.
* or1k/configure: Ditto.
* or1k/Makefile.in: New file
* or1k/configure.in: New file
* or1k/crt0.S: New file
* or1k/include/or1k-asm.h: New file
2014-12-15 Nick Hung <nick@andestech.com>
* libgloss/nds32/_exit.S: Finish with an infinite loop in _exit.

3
libgloss/README

@ -7,4 +7,5 @@ mep - Toshiba Media Processor.
pa - WinBond and Oki boards with a PA.
mips - R3000 support. Array Tech LSI33k based RAID disk controller.
lm32 - Lattice Mico32 simulator.
epiphany - Adapteva Epiphany multicore processor.
epiphany - Adapteva Epiphany multicore processor.
or1k - OpenRISC 1000 processor.

5
libgloss/configure

@ -705,6 +705,7 @@ arm
spu
tic6x
iq2000
or1k
libnosys'
# Initialize some variables set by options.
@ -2558,6 +2559,10 @@ case "${target}" in
iq2000-*-*)
subdirs="$subdirs iq2000"
;;
or1k-*-* | or1knd-*-* )
subdirs="$subdirs or1k"
;;
esac

3
libgloss/configure.in

@ -159,6 +159,9 @@ case "${target}" in
iq2000-*-*)
AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS([iq2000])
;;
or1k-*-* | or1knd-*-* )
AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS([or1k])
;;
esac
dnl For now, don't bother configuring testsuite

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# Copyright (c) 1998 Cygnus Support
#
# The authors hereby grant permission to use, copy, modify, distribute,
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# that existing copyright notices are retained in all copies and that this
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# license, or royalty fee is required for any of the authorized uses.
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/* crt0.S -- startup file for OpenRISC 1000.
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* Copyright (c) 2011, 2014 Authors
*
* Contributor Julius Baxter <juliusbaxter@gmail.com>
* Contributor Stefan Wallentowitz <stefan.wallentowitz@tum.de>
*
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* assemble lines have one tab identation
* attributes (.section, .global, ..) are indented with one tab
* code is structured using tabs, i.e., use 'l.sw\t0(r1),r1' with a single
tab. libgloss assumes 8 space tab width, so that might look unstructured
with tab widths below 6. Nevertheless don't use spaces or two tabs.
* no space after comma
* use the defined macros if possible as they reduce errors
* use OR1K_INST with OR1K_DELAYED(_NOP)
* OR1K_DELAYED is multiline for better readability, the inner parts are
indented with another tab.
* COMMENT! Try to accompy every line with a meaningful comment. If possible
use pseudo code to describe the code. Also mention intentions and not only
the obvious things.. */
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
#include "include/or1k-asm.h"
#include "include/or1k-sprs.h"
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
// Stack definitions
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
// Stacks
// Memory layout:
// +--------------------+ <- board_mem_base+board_mem_size/exception_stack_top
// | exception stack(s) |
// +--------------------+ <- stack_top
// | stack(s) |
// +--------------------+ <- stack_bottom
// | heap |
// +--------------------+
// | text, data, bss.. |
// +--------------------+
// Reserved stack size
#define STACK_SIZE 8192
// Reserved stack size for exceptions (can usually be smaller than normal stack)
#define EXCEPTION_STACK_SIZE 8192
// Size of redzone + size of space required to store state
// This value must match that in the support library or1k_exception_handler
// function
#define EXCEPTION_STACK_FRAME (128+128)
.extern _or1k_stack_top /* points to the next address after the stack */
.extern _or1k_stack_bottom /* points to the last address in the stack */
.extern _or1k_exception_stack_top
.extern _or1k_exception_stack_bottom
.section .data
.global _or1k_stack_size /* reserved stack size */
.global _or1k_exception_stack_size
_or1k_stack_size: .word STACK_SIZE
_or1k_exception_stack_size: .word EXCEPTION_STACK_SIZE
#ifdef __OR1K_MULTICORE__
.extern _or1k_stack_core
.extern _or1k_exception_stack_core
#endif
#define SHADOW_REG(x) (OR1K_SPR_SYS_GPR_BASE + 32 + x)
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
/*!Macro to handle exceptions.
Load NPC into r3, EPCR into r4
*/
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
#define GPR_BUF_OFFSET(x) (x << 2)
#ifndef __OR1K_MULTICORE__
#define CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER \
/* store current stack pointer to address 4 */ \
l.sw 0x4(r0),r1; \
/* Load top of the exception stack */ \
l.movhi r1,hi(_or1k_exception_stack_top); \
l.ori r1,r1,lo(_or1k_exception_stack_top); \
l.lwz r1,0(r1); \
/* Reserve red zone and context space */ \
l.addi r1,r1,-EXCEPTION_STACK_FRAME; \
/* Store GPR3 in context */ \
l.sw GPR_BUF_OFFSET(3)(r1),r3; \
/* Load back software's stack pointer */ \
l.lwz r3,0x4(r0); \
/* Store this in the context */ \
l.sw GPR_BUF_OFFSET(1)(r1),r3; \
/* Store GPR4 in the context */ \
l.sw GPR_BUF_OFFSET(4)(r1),r4; \
/* Copy the current program counter as first */ \
/* argument for the exception handler. This */ \
/* is then used to determine the exception. */ \
l.mfspr r3,r0,OR1K_SPR_SYS_NPC_ADDR; \
OR1K_DELAYED( \
/* Copy program counter of exception as */ \
/* second argument to the exception handler */ \
OR1K_INST(l.mfspr r4,r0,OR1K_SPR_SYS_EPCR_BASE),\
/* Jump to exception handler. This will rfe */ \
OR1K_INST(l.j _or1k_exception_handler) \
)
#else
#define CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER \
/* store current stack pointer to shadow reg */ \
l.mtspr r0,r1,SHADOW_REG(1); \
/* store current GPR3 as we need it */ \
l.mtspr r0,r3,SHADOW_REG(2); \
/* Load pointer to exception stack array */ \
l.movhi r1,hi(_or1k_exception_stack_core); \
l.ori r1,r1,lo(_or1k_exception_stack_core); \
l.lwz r1,0(r1); \
/* Get core id */ \
l.mfspr r3,r0,OR1K_SPR_SYS_COREID_ADDR; \
/* Calculate offset in array */ \
l.slli r3,r3,2; \
/* Load value from array to stack pointer */ \
l.add r1,r1,r3; \
l.lwz r1,0(r1); \
/* Reserve red zone and context space */ \
l.addi r1,r1,-EXCEPTION_STACK_FRAME; \
/* Load back software's stack pointer */ \
l.mfspr r3,r0,SHADOW_REG(1); \
/* Store this in the context */ \
l.sw GPR_BUF_OFFSET(1)(r1),r3; \
/* Load back GPR3 */ \
l.mfspr r3,r0,SHADOW_REG(2); \
/* Store this in the context */ \
l.sw GPR_BUF_OFFSET(3)(r1),r3; \
/* Store GPR4 in the context */ \
l.sw GPR_BUF_OFFSET(4)(r1),r4; \
/* Copy the current program counter as first */ \
/* argument for the exception handler. This */ \
/* is then used to determine the exception. */ \
l.mfspr r3,r0,OR1K_SPR_SYS_NPC_ADDR; \
OR1K_DELAYED( \
/* Copy program counter of exception as */ \
/* second argument to the exception handler */ \
OR1K_INST(l.mfspr r4,r0,OR1K_SPR_SYS_EPCR_BASE),\
/* Jump to exception handler. This will rfe */ \
OR1K_INST(l.j _or1k_exception_handler) \
)
#endif
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
/*!Exception vectors */
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
.section .vectors,"ax"
/* 0x100: RESET exception */
.org 0x100
_or1k_reset:
l.movhi r0,0
#ifdef __OR1K_MULTICORE__
// This is a hack that relies on the fact, that all cores start at the
// same time and they are similarily fast
l.sw 0x4(r0),r0
// Similarly, we use address 8 to signal how many cores have exit'ed
l.sw 0x8(r0),r0
#endif
l.movhi r1,0
l.movhi r2,0
l.movhi r3,0
l.movhi r4,0
l.movhi r5,0
l.movhi r6,0
l.movhi r7,0
l.movhi r8,0
l.movhi r9,0
l.movhi r10,0
l.movhi r11,0
l.movhi r12,0
l.movhi r13,0
l.movhi r14,0
l.movhi r15,0
l.movhi r16,0
l.movhi r17,0
l.movhi r18,0
l.movhi r19,0
l.movhi r20,0
l.movhi r21,0
l.movhi r22,0
l.movhi r23,0
l.movhi r24,0
l.movhi r25,0
l.movhi r26,0
l.movhi r27,0
l.movhi r28,0
l.movhi r29,0
l.movhi r30,0
l.movhi r31,0
/* Clear status register, set supervisor mode */
l.ori r1,r0,OR1K_SPR_SYS_SR_SM_MASK
l.mtspr r0,r1,OR1K_SPR_SYS_SR_ADDR
/* Clear timer mode register*/
l.mtspr r0,r0,OR1K_SPR_TICK_TTMR_ADDR
/* Jump to program initialisation code */
LOAD_SYMBOL_2_GPR(r4, _or1k_start)
OR1K_DELAYED_NOP(OR1K_INST(l.jr r4))
.org 0x200
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
/* 0x300: Data Page Fault exception */
.org 0x300
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
/* 0x400: Insn Page Fault exception */
.org 0x400
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
/* 0x500: Timer exception */
.org 0x500
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
/* 0x600: Aligment exception */
.org 0x600
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
/* 0x700: Illegal insn exception */
.org 0x700
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
/* 0x800: External interrupt exception */
.org 0x800
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
/* 0x900: DTLB miss exception */
.org 0x900
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
/* 0xa00: ITLB miss exception */
.org 0xa00
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
/* 0xb00: Range exception */
.org 0xb00
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
/* 0xc00: Syscall exception */
.org 0xc00
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
/* 0xd00: Floating point exception */
.org 0xd00
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
/* 0xe00: Trap exception */
.org 0xe00
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
/* 0xf00: Reserved exceptions */
.org 0xf00
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
.org 0x1000
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
.org 0x1100
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
.org 0x1200
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
.org 0x1300
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
.org 0x1400
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
.org 0x1500
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
.org 0x1600
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
.org 0x1700
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
.org 0x1800
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
.org 0x1900
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
.org 0x1a00
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
.org 0x1b00
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
.org 0x1c00
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
.org 0x1d00
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
.org 0x1e00
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
.org 0x1f00
CALL_EXCEPTION_HANDLER
/* Pad to the end */
.org 0x1ffc
l.nop
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
/*!Main entry point
This is the initialization code of the library. It performs these steps:
* Call early board initialization:
Before anything happened, the board support may do some very early
initialization. This is at maximum some very basic stuff that would
otherwise prevent the following code from functioning. Other initialization
of peripherals etc. is done later (before calling main).
See the description below and README.board for details.
* Initialize the stacks:
Two stacks are configured: The system stack is used by the software and
the exception stack is used when an exception occurs. We added this as
this should be flexible with respect to the usage of virtual memory.
* Activate the caches:
If available the caches are initiliazed and activated.
* Clear BSS:
The BSS are essentially the uninitialized C variables. They are set to 0
by default. This is performed by this function.
* Initialize the impure data structure:
Similarly, we need two library contexts, one for the normal software and
one that is used during exceptions. The impure data structure holds
the context information of the library. The called C function will setup
both data structures. There is furthermore a pointer to the currently
active impure data structure, which is initially set to the normal one.
* Initialize or1k support library reentrant data structures
* Initialize constructors:
Call the static and global constructors
* Set up destructors to call from exit
The library will call the function set via atexit() during exit(). We set
it to call the _fini function which performs destruction.
* Call board initialization:
The board initialization can perform board specific initializations such as
configuring peripherals etc.
* Jump to main
Call main with argc = 0 and *argv[] = 0
* Call exit after main returns
Now we call exit()
* Loop forever
We are dead.
*/
/* -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
.section .text
/* Following externs from board-specific object passed at link time */
.extern _or1k_board_mem_base
.extern _or1k_board_mem_size
.extern _or1k_board_uart_base
/* The early board initialization may for example read the memory size and
set the mem_base and mem_size or do some preliminary board
initialization. As we do not have a stack at this time, the function may
not use the stack (and therefore be a or call a C function. But it can
safely use all registers.
We define a default implementation, which allows board files in C. As
described above, this can only be used in assembly (board_*.S) as at
the early stage not stack is available. A board that needs early
initialization can overwrite the function with .global _board_init_early.
Recommendation: Only use when you really need it! */
.weak _or1k_board_init_early
_or1k_board_init_early:
OR1K_DELAYED_NOP(OR1K_INST(l.jr r9))
/* The board initialization is then called after the C library and UART
are initialized. It can then be used to configure UART or other
devices before the actual main function is called. */
.extern _or1k_board_init
.global _or1k_start
.type _or1k_start,@function
_or1k_start:
/* It is good to initialize and enable the caches before we do anything,
otherwise the cores will continuously access the bus during the wait
time for the boot barrier (0x4).
Fortunately or1k_cache_init does not need a stack */
OR1K_DELAYED_NOP(OR1K_INST(l.jal _or1k_cache_init))
#ifdef __OR1K_MULTICORE__
// All but core 0 have to wait
l.mfspr r1, r0, OR1K_SPR_SYS_COREID_ADDR
l.sfeq r1, r0
OR1K_DELAYED_NOP(OR1K_INST(l.bf .Lcore0))
.Lspin:
/* r1 will be used by the other cores to check for the boot variable
Check if r1 is still zero, core 0 will set it to 1 once it booted
As the cache is already turned on, this will not create traffic on
the bus, but the change is snooped by cache coherency then */
l.lwz r1,0x4(r0)
l.sfeq r1, r0
OR1K_DELAYED_NOP(OR1K_INST(l.bf .Lspin))
/* Initialize core i stack */
// _or1k_stack_core is the array of stack pointers
LOAD_SYMBOL_2_GPR(r2,_or1k_stack_core)
// Load the base address
l.lwz r2,0(r2)
// Generate offset in array
l.mfspr r1,r0,OR1K_SPR_SYS_COREID_ADDR
l.slli r1,r1,2
// Add to array base
l.add r2,r2,r1
// Load pointer to the stack top and set frame pointer
l.lwz r1,0(r2)
l.or r2,r1,r1
// The slave cores are done, jump to main part
OR1K_DELAYED_NOP(OR1K_INST(l.j .Linit_done));
/* Only core 0 executes the initialization code */
.Lcore0:
#endif
/* Call early board initialization */
OR1K_DELAYED_NOP(OR1K_INST(l.jal _or1k_board_init_early))
/* Clear BSS */
.Lclear_bss:
LOAD_SYMBOL_2_GPR(r3,__bss_start)
LOAD_SYMBOL_2_GPR(r4,end)
.Lclear_bss_loop:
l.sw (0)(r3),r0
l.sfltu r3,r4
OR1K_DELAYED(
OR1K_INST(l.addi r3,r3,4),
OR1K_INST(l.bf .Lclear_bss_loop)
)
/* Initialise stack and frame pointer (set to same value) */
LOAD_SYMBOL_2_GPR(r1,_or1k_board_mem_base)
l.lwz r1,0(r1)
LOAD_SYMBOL_2_GPR(r2,_or1k_board_mem_size)
l.lwz r2,0(r2)
l.add r1,r1,r2
/* Store exception stack top address */
LOAD_SYMBOL_2_GPR(r3,_or1k_exception_stack_top)
l.sw 0(r3),r1
/* Store exception stack bottom address */
// calculate bottom address
// r3 = *exception stack size
LOAD_SYMBOL_2_GPR(r3,_or1k_exception_stack_size)
// r3 = exception stack size
l.lwz r3,0(r3)
#ifdef __OR1K_MULTICORE__
l.mfspr r4,r0,OR1K_SPR_SYS_NUMCORES_ADDR
l.mul r3,r4,r3
#endif
// r4 = exception stack top - exception stack size = exception stack bottom
l.sub r4,r1,r3
// r5 = *exception stack bottom
LOAD_SYMBOL_2_GPR(r5,_or1k_exception_stack_bottom)
// store
l.sw 0(r5),r4
// Move stack pointer accordingly
l.or r1,r0,r4
l.or r2,r1,r1
/* Store stack top address */
LOAD_SYMBOL_2_GPR(r3,_or1k_stack_top)
l.sw 0(r3),r1
/* Store stack bottom address */
// calculate bottom address
// r3 = stack size
LOAD_SYMBOL_2_GPR(r3,_or1k_stack_size)
l.lwz r3,0(r3)
#ifdef __OR1K_MULTICORE__
l.mfspr r4, r0, OR1K_SPR_SYS_NUMCORES_ADDR
l.mul r3, r4, r3
#endif
// r4 = stack top - stack size = stack bottom
// -> stack bottom
l.sub r4,r1,r3
// r5 = *exception stack bottom
LOAD_SYMBOL_2_GPR(r5,_or1k_stack_bottom)
// store to variable
l.sw 0(r5),r4
/* Reinitialize the or1k support library */
OR1K_DELAYED_NOP(OR1K_INST(l.jal _or1k_init))
/* Reinitialize the reentrancy structure */
OR1K_DELAYED_NOP(OR1K_INST(l.jal _or1k_libc_impure_init))
/* Call global and static constructors */
OR1K_DELAYED_NOP(OR1K_INST(l.jal _init))
/* Set up destructors to be called from exit if main ever returns */
l.movhi r3,hi(_fini)
OR1K_DELAYED(
OR1K_INST(l.ori r3,r3,lo(_fini)),
OR1K_INST(l.jal atexit)
)
/* Check if UART is to be initialised */
LOAD_SYMBOL_2_GPR(r4,_or1k_board_uart_base)
l.lwz r4,0(r4)
/* Is base set? If not, no UART */
l.sfne r4,r0
l.bnf .Lskip_uart
l.or r3,r0,r0
OR1K_DELAYED_NOP(OR1K_INST(l.jal _or1k_uart_init))
.Lskip_uart:
/* Board initialization */
OR1K_DELAYED_NOP(OR1K_INST(l.jal _or1k_board_init))
#ifdef __OR1K_MULTICORE__
// Start other cores
l.ori r3, r0, 1
l.sw 0x4(r0), r3
#endif
.Linit_done:
/* Jump to main program entry point (argc = argv = envp = 0) */
l.or r3,r0,r0
l.or r4,r0,r0
OR1K_DELAYED(
OR1K_INST(l.or r5,r0,r0),
OR1K_INST(l.jal main)
)
#ifdef __OR1K_MULTICORE__
.incrementexit:
/* Atomically increment number of finished cores */
l.lwa r3,0x8(r0)
l.addi r3,r3,1
l.swa 0x8(r0),r3
OR1K_DELAYED_NOP(OR1K_INST(l.bnf .incrementexit));
/* Compare to number of cores in this cluster */
l.mfspr r4,r0, OR1K_SPR_SYS_NUMCORES_ADDR
/* Compare to number of finished tasks */
l.sfeq r3,r4
/* Last core needs to desctruct library etc. */
OR1K_DELAYED_NOP(OR1K_INST(l.bf .exitcorelast));
OR1K_DELAYED(
OR1K_INST(l.addi r3,r11,0),
OR1K_INST(l.jal _exit)
)
.exitcorelast:
#endif
/* If program exits, call exit routine */
OR1K_DELAYED(
OR1K_INST(l.addi r3,r11,0),
OR1K_INST(l.jal exit)
)
/* Loop forever */
.Lloop_forever:
OR1K_DELAYED_NOP(OR1K_INST(l.j .Lloop_forever))
.size _or1k_start,.-_or1k_start

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/* or1k-asm.h -- OR1K assembly helper macros
Copyright (c) 2014 OpenRISC Project Maintainers
Copyright (C) 2012-2014 Peter Gavin <pgavin@gmail.com>
All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
modification, are permitted provided that the following condition
is met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
"AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
COPYRIGHT HOLDER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT,
STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED
OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
*/
#ifndef OR1K_ASM_H
#define OR1K_ASM_H
/* The purpose of the OR1K_INST macro is simply to protect the commas
embedded within an instruction from the C preprocessor. An entire
instruction can be safely embedded within its arguments, including
an arbitrary number of commas, and it will be reproduced
exactly. */
#define OR1K_INST(...) __VA_ARGS__
/* OR1K_DELAYED takes two arguments which must be instructions. They
should be wrapped in OR1K_INST if the instructions require commas.
The second argument should be a jump or branch instruction. If we
are assembling the code in delay-slot mode (e.g., for the standard
OR1K) the first instruction will be emitted in the delay slot of
the second instruction. In no-delay-slot mode they will be emitted
in order. If we are using compat-delay mode, they will be emitted
in order, but an l.nop instruction will be emitted immediately
after. */
/* OR1K_DELAYED_NOP takes a single argument, which should be a
branch/jump instruction. In delay-slot or compat-delay modes, the
instruction will be emitted with an l.nop in its delay slot. In
no-delay mode, the instruction will be emitted by itself. */
#if defined(__OR1K_NODELAY__)
#define OR1K_DELAYED(a, b) a; b
#define OR1K_DELAYED_NOP(a) a
/* Go ahead and emit the .nodelay directive when in no-delay mode, so
that the flags are appropriately set in the binary. */
.nodelay
#elif defined(__OR1K_DELAY__)
#define OR1K_DELAYED(a, b) b; a
#define OR1K_DELAYED_NOP(a) a; l.nop
#elif defined(__OR1K_DELAY_COMPAT__)
#define OR1K_DELAYED(a, b) a; b; l.nop
#define OR1K_DELAYED_NOP(a) a; l.nop
#else
#error One of __OR1K_NODELAY__, __OR1K_DELAY__, or __OR1K_DELAY_COMPAT__ must be defined
#endif
#define LOAD_SYMBOL_2_GPR(gpr,symbol) \
.global symbol ; \
l.movhi gpr, hi(symbol) ; \
l.ori gpr, gpr, lo(symbol)
#endif
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