lib2funcs.S   [plain text]

/* Assembly functions for libgcc2.
   Copyright (C) 2001 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
   Contributed by Bob Wilson ( at Tensilica.

This file is part of GCC.

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GCC is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY
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Software Foundation, 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA
02110-1301, USA.  */

#include "xtensa-config.h"

/* __xtensa_libgcc_window_spill: This function flushes out all but the
   current register window.  This is used to set up the stack so that
   arbitrary frames can be accessed.  */

	.align	4
	.global	__xtensa_libgcc_window_spill
	.type	__xtensa_libgcc_window_spill,@function
	entry	sp, 32
	movi	a2, 0
	.size	__xtensa_libgcc_window_spill,.-__xtensa_libgcc_window_spill

/* __xtensa_nonlocal_goto: This code does all the hard work of a
   nonlocal goto on Xtensa.  It is here in the library to avoid the
   code size bloat of generating it in-line.  There are two

	a2 = frame pointer for the procedure containing the label
	a3 = goto handler address

  This function never returns to its caller but instead goes directly
  to the address of the specified goto handler.  */

	.align	4
	.global	__xtensa_nonlocal_goto
	.type	__xtensa_nonlocal_goto,@function
	entry	sp, 32

	/* flush registers */
	mov	a5, a2
	movi	a2, 0
	mov	a2, a5

	/* Because the save area for a0-a3 is stored one frame below
	   the one identified by a2, the only way to restore those
	   registers is to unwind the stack.  If alloca() were never
	   called, we could just unwind until finding the sp value
	   matching a2.  However, a2 is a frame pointer, not a stack
	   pointer, and may not be encountered during the unwinding.
	   The solution is to unwind until going _past_ the value
	   given by a2.  This involves keeping three stack pointer
	   values during the unwinding:

		next = sp of frame N-1
		cur = sp of frame N
		prev = sp of frame N+1

	   When next > a2, the desired save area is stored relative
	   to prev.  At this point, cur will be the same as a2
	   except in the alloca() case.

	   Besides finding the values to be restored to a0-a3, we also
	   need to find the current window size for the target
	   function.  This can be extracted from the high bits of the
	   return address, initially in a0.  As the unwinding
	   proceeds, the window size is taken from the value of a0
	   saved _two_ frames below the current frame.  */

	addi	a5, sp, -16		# a5 = prev - save area
	l32i	a6, a5, 4
	addi	a6, a6, -16		# a6 = cur - save area
	mov	a8, a0			# a8 = return address (for window size)
	j	.Lfirstframe

	l32i	a8, a5, 0		# next return address (for window size)
	mov	a5, a6			# advance prev
	addi	a6, a7, -16		# advance cur
	l32i	a7, a6, 4		# a7 = next
	bge	a2, a7, .Lnextframe

	/* At this point, prev (a5) points to the save area with the saved
	   values of a0-a3.  Copy those values into the save area at the
	   current sp so they will be reloaded when the return from this
	   function underflows.  We don't have to worry about exceptions
	   while updating the current save area, because the windows have
	   already been flushed.  */

	addi	a4, sp, -16		# a4 = save area of this function
	l32i	a6, a5, 0
	l32i	a7, a5, 4
	s32i	a6, a4, 0
	s32i	a7, a4, 4
	l32i	a6, a5, 8
	l32i	a7, a5, 12 
	s32i	a6, a4, 8
	s32i	a7, a4, 12
	/* Set return address to goto handler.  Use the window size bits
	   from the return address two frames below the target.  */
	extui	a8, a8, 30, 2		# get window size from return addr.
	slli	a3, a3, 2		# get goto handler addr. << 2
	ssai	2
	src	a0, a8, a3		# combine them with a funnel shift

	.size	__xtensa_nonlocal_goto,.-__xtensa_nonlocal_goto

/* __xtensa_sync_caches: This function is called after writing a trampoline
   on the stack to force all the data writes to memory and invalidate the
   instruction cache. a2 is the address of the new trampoline.

   After the trampoline data is written out, it must be flushed out of
   the data cache into memory.  We use DHWB in case we have a writeback
   cache.  At least one DHWB instruction is needed for each data cache
   line which may be touched by the trampoline.  An ISYNC instruction
   must follow the DHWBs.

   We have to flush the i-cache to make sure that the new values get used.
   At least one IHI instruction is needed for each i-cache line which may
   be touched by the trampoline.  An ISYNC instruction is also needed to
   make sure that the modified instructions are loaded into the instruction
   fetch buffer.  */


	.align	4
	.global	__xtensa_sync_caches
	.type	__xtensa_sync_caches,@function
	entry 	sp, 32
	# Flush the trampoline from the data cache
	extui	a4, a2, 0, XCHAL_DCACHE_LINEWIDTH
	addi	a4, a4, TRAMPOLINE_SIZE
	addi	a4, a4, (1 << XCHAL_DCACHE_LINEWIDTH) - 1
	mov	a3, a2
	dhwb	a3, 0
	addi	a3, a3, (1 << XCHAL_DCACHE_LINEWIDTH)
	addi	a4, a4, -1
	bnez	a4, .Ldcache_loop
	# Invalidate the corresponding lines in the instruction cache
	extui	a4, a2, 0, XCHAL_ICACHE_LINEWIDTH
	addi	a4, a4, TRAMPOLINE_SIZE
	addi	a4, a4, (1 << XCHAL_ICACHE_LINEWIDTH) - 1
	ihi	a2, 0
	addi	a2, a2, (1 << XCHAL_ICACHE_LINEWIDTH)
	addi	a4, a4, -1
	bnez	a4, .Licache_loop
	.size	__xtensa_sync_caches,.-__xtensa_sync_caches