munge.h   [plain text]

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#ifndef __MUNGE_H__
#define __MUNGE_H__

 * Syscall argument mungers.
 * The data to be munged has been explicitly copied in to the argument
 * area, and will be munged in place in the uu_arg[] array. These
 * mungers are for 32-bit app's syscalls, since 64-bit args are copied
 * from the save area to the uu_args in the order the
 * syscall ABI calls for.
 * The issue is that the incoming args are 32-bit, but we must expand
 * them in place into 64-bit args, as if they were from a 64-bit process.
 * There are several functions in this file with the following prototype
 *	void	munge_XXXX(void *uu_args);
 * The name of the function encodes the number and type of the parameters,
 * as follows:
 *	w = a 32-bit value such as an int or a 32-bit ptr, that does not
 *	    require sign extension.  These are handled by zeroing a word
 *          of output, and copying a word from input to output.
 *	s = a 32-bit value such as a long, which must be sign-extended to
 *	    a 64-bit long-long in the uu_args.  These are handled by
 *	    loading a word of input and sign extending it to a double,
 *          and storing two words of output.
 *	l = a 64-bit long-long.  These are handled by copying two words
 *          of input to the output.
 * For example, "munge_wls" takes a word, a long-long, and a word.  This
 * takes four words in the uu_arg[] area: the first word is in one, the
 * long-long takes two, and the final word is in the fourth.  We store six
 * words: the low word is left in place, followed by a 0, followed by the
 * two words of the long-long, followed by the low word and the sign extended
 * high word of the preceeding low word.
 * Because this is an in-place modification, we actually start at the end
 * of uu_arg[] and work our way back to the beginning of the array.

void munge_w(void *args);
void munge_ww(void *args);
void munge_www(void *args);
void munge_wwww(void *args);
void munge_wwwww(void *args);
void munge_wwwwww(void *args);
void munge_wwwwwww(void *args);
void munge_wwwwwwww(void *args);
void munge_wl(void *args);
void munge_wwl(void *args);
void munge_wwlw(void *args);
void munge_wwlll(void *args);
void munge_wwllww(void *args);
void munge_wlw(void *args);
void munge_wlww(void *args);
void munge_wlwwwll(void *args);
void munge_wlwwwllw(void *args);
void munge_wlwwlwlw(void *args);
void munge_wll(void *args);
void munge_wllww(void *args);
void munge_wlll(void *args);
void munge_wllll(void *args);
void munge_wllwwll(void *args);
void munge_wwwlw(void *args);
void munge_wwwlww(void *args);
void munge_wwwl(void *args);
void munge_wwwwlw(void *args);
void munge_wwwwl(void *args);
void munge_wwwwwl(void *args);
void munge_wwwwwlww(void *args);
void munge_wwwwwllw(void *args);
void munge_wwwwwlll(void *args);
void munge_wwwwwwl(void *args);
void munge_wwwwwwlw(void *args);
void munge_wwwwwwll(void *args);
void munge_wsw(void *args);
void munge_wws(void *args);
void munge_wwws(void *args);
void munge_wwwsw(void *args);
void munge_llllll(void *args);
void munge_l(void *args);
void munge_ll(void *args);
void munge_lw(void *args);
void munge_lwww(void *args);
void munge_wwlwww(void *args);
#endif /* __MUNGE_H__ */