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diff --git a/sparc-dis.c b/sparc-dis.c
index c66024787..ae633f2cf 100644
--- a/sparc-dis.c
+++ b/sparc-dis.c
@@ -5,23 +5,28 @@
/* include/opcode/sparc.h */
-/* Print SPARC instructions.
- Copyright 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999,
- 2000, 2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+/* Definitions for opcode table for the sparc.
+ Copyright 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2002,
+ 2003, 2005 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+ This file is part of GAS, the GNU Assembler, GDB, the GNU debugger, and
+ the GNU Binutils.
+
+ GAS/GDB is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+ it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+ the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
+ any later version.
-This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
-it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
-the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
-(at your option) any later version.
+ GAS/GDB is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+ but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+ MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+ GNU General Public License for more details.
-This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
-GNU General Public License for more details.
+ You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+ along with GAS or GDB; see the file COPYING. If not, write to
+ the Free Software Foundation, 51 Franklin Street - Fifth Floor,
+ Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA. */
-You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
-Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA. */
#include <stdlib.h>
#include "dis-asm.h"
@@ -40,17 +45,18 @@ Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA. */
The values are indices into `sparc_opcode_archs' defined in sparc-opc.c.
Don't change this without updating sparc-opc.c. */
-enum sparc_opcode_arch_val {
+enum sparc_opcode_arch_val
+{
SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V6 = 0,
SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V7,
SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V8,
SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_SPARCLET,
SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_SPARCLITE,
- /* v9 variants must appear last */
+ /* V9 variants must appear last. */
SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V9,
- SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V9A, /* v9 with ultrasparc additions */
- SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V9B, /* v9 with ultrasparc and cheetah additions */
- SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_BAD /* error return from sparc_opcode_lookup_arch */
+ SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V9A, /* V9 with ultrasparc additions. */
+ SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V9B, /* V9 with ultrasparc and cheetah additions. */
+ SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_BAD /* Error return from sparc_opcode_lookup_arch. */
};
/* The highest architecture in the table. */
@@ -65,14 +71,15 @@ enum sparc_opcode_arch_val {
/* Table of cpu variants. */
-struct sparc_opcode_arch {
+typedef struct sparc_opcode_arch
+{
const char *name;
/* Mask of sparc_opcode_arch_val's supported.
EG: For v7 this would be
(SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_MASK (..._V6) | SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_MASK (..._V7)).
These are short's because sparc_opcode.architecture is. */
short supported;
-};
+} sparc_opcode_arch;
static const struct sparc_opcode_arch sparc_opcode_archs[];
@@ -82,44 +89,43 @@ static const struct sparc_opcode_arch sparc_opcode_archs[];
/* Non-zero if ARCH1 conflicts with ARCH2.
IE: ARCH1 as a supported bit set that ARCH2 doesn't, and vice versa. */
#define SPARC_OPCODE_CONFLICT_P(ARCH1, ARCH2) \
-(((SPARC_OPCODE_SUPPORTED (ARCH1) & SPARC_OPCODE_SUPPORTED (ARCH2)) \
- != SPARC_OPCODE_SUPPORTED (ARCH1)) \
- && ((SPARC_OPCODE_SUPPORTED (ARCH1) & SPARC_OPCODE_SUPPORTED (ARCH2)) \
+ (((SPARC_OPCODE_SUPPORTED (ARCH1) & SPARC_OPCODE_SUPPORTED (ARCH2)) \
+ != SPARC_OPCODE_SUPPORTED (ARCH1)) \
+ && ((SPARC_OPCODE_SUPPORTED (ARCH1) & SPARC_OPCODE_SUPPORTED (ARCH2)) \
!= SPARC_OPCODE_SUPPORTED (ARCH2)))
/* Structure of an opcode table entry. */
-struct sparc_opcode {
+typedef struct sparc_opcode
+{
const char *name;
- unsigned long match; /* Bits that must be set. */
- unsigned long lose; /* Bits that must not be set. */
+ unsigned long match; /* Bits that must be set. */
+ unsigned long lose; /* Bits that must not be set. */
const char *args;
- /* This was called "delayed" in versions before the flags. */
+ /* This was called "delayed" in versions before the flags. */
char flags;
short architecture; /* Bitmask of sparc_opcode_arch_val's. */
-};
-
-#define F_DELAYED 1 /* Delayed branch */
-#define F_ALIAS 2 /* Alias for a "real" instruction */
-#define F_UNBR 4 /* Unconditional branch */
-#define F_CONDBR 8 /* Conditional branch */
-#define F_JSR 16 /* Subroutine call */
-#define F_FLOAT 32 /* Floating point instruction (not a branch) */
-#define F_FBR 64 /* Floating point branch */
+} sparc_opcode;
+
+#define F_DELAYED 1 /* Delayed branch. */
+#define F_ALIAS 2 /* Alias for a "real" instruction. */
+#define F_UNBR 4 /* Unconditional branch. */
+#define F_CONDBR 8 /* Conditional branch. */
+#define F_JSR 16 /* Subroutine call. */
+#define F_FLOAT 32 /* Floating point instruction (not a branch). */
+#define F_FBR 64 /* Floating point branch. */
/* FIXME: Add F_ANACHRONISTIC flag for v9. */
-/*
-
-All sparc opcodes are 32 bits, except for the `set' instruction (really a
-macro), which is 64 bits. It is handled as a special case.
+/* All sparc opcodes are 32 bits, except for the `set' instruction (really a
+ macro), which is 64 bits. It is handled as a special case.
-The match component is a mask saying which bits must match a particular
-opcode in order for an instruction to be an instance of that opcode.
+ The match component is a mask saying which bits must match a particular
+ opcode in order for an instruction to be an instance of that opcode.
-The args component is a string containing one character for each operand of the
-instruction.
+ The args component is a string containing one character for each operand of the
+ instruction.
-Kinds of operands:
+ Kinds of operands:
# Number used by optimizer. It is ignored.
1 rs1 register.
2 rs2 register.
@@ -187,49 +193,78 @@ Kinds of operands:
_ Ancillary state register in rd (v9a)
/ Ancillary state register in rs1 (v9a)
-The following chars are unused: (note: ,[] are used as punctuation)
-[45]
-
-*/
-
-#define OP2(x) (((x)&0x7) << 22) /* op2 field of format2 insns */
-#define OP3(x) (((x)&0x3f) << 19) /* op3 field of format3 insns */
-#define OP(x) ((unsigned)((x)&0x3) << 30) /* op field of all insns */
-#define OPF(x) (((x)&0x1ff) << 5) /* opf field of float insns */
-#define OPF_LOW5(x) OPF((x)&0x1f) /* v9 */
-#define F3F(x, y, z) (OP(x) | OP3(y) | OPF(z)) /* format3 float insns */
-#define F3I(x) (((x)&0x1) << 13) /* immediate field of format 3 insns */
-#define F2(x, y) (OP(x) | OP2(y)) /* format 2 insns */
-#define F3(x, y, z) (OP(x) | OP3(y) | F3I(z)) /* format3 insns */
-#define F1(x) (OP(x))
-#define DISP30(x) ((x)&0x3fffffff)
-#define ASI(x) (((x)&0xff) << 5) /* asi field of format3 insns */
-#define RS2(x) ((x)&0x1f) /* rs2 field */
-#define SIMM13(x) ((x)&0x1fff) /* simm13 field */
-#define RD(x) (((x)&0x1f) << 25) /* destination register field */
-#define RS1(x) (((x)&0x1f) << 14) /* rs1 field */
-#define ASI_RS2(x) (SIMM13(x))
-#define MEMBAR(x) ((x)&0x7f)
-#define SLCPOP(x) (((x)&0x7f) << 6) /* sparclet cpop */
-
-#define ANNUL (1<<29)
-#define BPRED (1<<19) /* v9 */
-#define IMMED F3I(1)
-#define RD_G0 RD(~0)
-#define RS1_G0 RS1(~0)
-#define RS2_G0 RS2(~0)
+ The following chars are unused: (note: ,[] are used as punctuation)
+ [45]. */
+
+#define OP2(x) (((x) & 0x7) << 22) /* Op2 field of format2 insns. */
+#define OP3(x) (((x) & 0x3f) << 19) /* Op3 field of format3 insns. */
+#define OP(x) ((unsigned) ((x) & 0x3) << 30) /* Op field of all insns. */
+#define OPF(x) (((x) & 0x1ff) << 5) /* Opf field of float insns. */
+#define OPF_LOW5(x) OPF ((x) & 0x1f) /* V9. */
+#define F3F(x, y, z) (OP (x) | OP3 (y) | OPF (z)) /* Format3 float insns. */
+#define F3I(x) (((x) & 0x1) << 13) /* Immediate field of format 3 insns. */
+#define F2(x, y) (OP (x) | OP2(y)) /* Format 2 insns. */
+#define F3(x, y, z) (OP (x) | OP3(y) | F3I(z)) /* Format3 insns. */
+#define F1(x) (OP (x))
+#define DISP30(x) ((x) & 0x3fffffff)
+#define ASI(x) (((x) & 0xff) << 5) /* Asi field of format3 insns. */
+#define RS2(x) ((x) & 0x1f) /* Rs2 field. */
+#define SIMM13(x) ((x) & 0x1fff) /* Simm13 field. */
+#define RD(x) (((x) & 0x1f) << 25) /* Destination register field. */
+#define RS1(x) (((x) & 0x1f) << 14) /* Rs1 field. */
+#define ASI_RS2(x) (SIMM13 (x))
+#define MEMBAR(x) ((x) & 0x7f)
+#define SLCPOP(x) (((x) & 0x7f) << 6) /* Sparclet cpop. */
+
+#define ANNUL (1 << 29)
+#define BPRED (1 << 19) /* V9. */
+#define IMMED F3I (1)
+#define RD_G0 RD (~0)
+#define RS1_G0 RS1 (~0)
+#define RS2_G0 RS2 (~0)
static const struct sparc_opcode sparc_opcodes[];
static const int sparc_num_opcodes;
-static const char *sparc_decode_asi_v8 PARAMS ((int));
-static const char *sparc_decode_asi_v9 PARAMS ((int));
-static const char *sparc_decode_membar PARAMS ((int));
-static const char *sparc_decode_prefetch PARAMS ((int));
-static const char *sparc_decode_sparclet_cpreg PARAMS ((int));
+static const char *sparc_decode_asi_v8 (int);
+static const char *sparc_decode_asi_v9 (int);
+static const char *sparc_decode_membar (int);
+static const char *sparc_decode_prefetch (int);
+static const char *sparc_decode_sparclet_cpreg (int);
+
+/* Local Variables:
+ fill-column: 131
+ comment-column: 0
+ End: */
/* opcodes/sparc-opc.c */
+/* Table of opcodes for the sparc.
+ Copyright 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999,
+ 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005
+ Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+ This file is part of the BFD library.
+
+ BFD is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
+ the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
+ Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) any later
+ version.
+
+ BFD is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY
+ WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
+ FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License
+ for more details.
+
+ You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+ along with this software; see the file COPYING. If not, write to
+ the Free Software Foundation, 51 Franklin Street - Fifth Floor,
+ Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA. */
+
+/* FIXME-someday: perhaps the ,a's and such should be embedded in the
+ instruction's name rather than the args. This would make gas faster, pinsn
+ slower, but would mess up some macros a bit. xoxorich. */
+
/* Some defines to make life easy. */
#define MASK_V6 SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_MASK (SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V6)
#define MASK_V7 SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_MASK (SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V7)
@@ -244,7 +279,7 @@ static const char *sparc_decode_sparclet_cpreg PARAMS ((int));
#define v6 (MASK_V6 | MASK_V7 | MASK_V8 | MASK_SPARCLET \
| MASK_SPARCLITE | MASK_V9 | MASK_V9A | MASK_V9B)
-/* v6 insns not supported on the sparclet */
+/* v6 insns not supported on the sparclet. */
#define v6notlet (MASK_V6 | MASK_V7 | MASK_V8 \
| MASK_SPARCLITE | MASK_V9 | MASK_V9A | MASK_V9B)
#define v7 (MASK_V7 | MASK_V8 | MASK_SPARCLET \
@@ -262,17 +297,18 @@ static const char *sparc_decode_sparclet_cpreg PARAMS ((int));
#define v9 (MASK_V9 | MASK_V9A | MASK_V9B)
#define v9a (MASK_V9A | MASK_V9B)
#define v9b (MASK_V9B)
-/* v6 insns not supported by v9 */
+/* v6 insns not supported by v9. */
#define v6notv9 (MASK_V6 | MASK_V7 | MASK_V8 \
| MASK_SPARCLET | MASK_SPARCLITE)
/* v9a instructions which would appear to be aliases to v9's impdep's
- otherwise */
+ otherwise. */
#define v9notv9a (MASK_V9)
/* Table of opcode architectures.
The order is defined in opcode/sparc.h. */
-static const struct sparc_opcode_arch sparc_opcode_archs[] = {
+static const struct sparc_opcode_arch sparc_opcode_archs[] =
+{
{ "v6", MASK_V6 },
{ "v7", MASK_V6 | MASK_V7 },
{ "v8", MASK_V6 | MASK_V7 | MASK_V8 },
@@ -288,69 +324,67 @@ static const struct sparc_opcode_arch sparc_opcode_archs[] = {
};
/* Branch condition field. */
-#define COND(x) (((x)&0xf)<<25)
+#define COND(x) (((x) & 0xf) << 25)
/* v9: Move (MOVcc and FMOVcc) condition field. */
-#define MCOND(x,i_or_f) ((((i_or_f)&1)<<18)|(((x)>>11)&(0xf<<14))) /* v9 */
+#define MCOND(x,i_or_f) ((((i_or_f) & 1) << 18) | (((x) >> 11) & (0xf << 14))) /* v9 */
/* v9: Move register (MOVRcc and FMOVRcc) condition field. */
-#define RCOND(x) (((x)&0x7)<<10) /* v9 */
-
-#define CONDA (COND(0x8))
-#define CONDCC (COND(0xd))
-#define CONDCS (COND(0x5))
-#define CONDE (COND(0x1))
-#define CONDG (COND(0xa))
-#define CONDGE (COND(0xb))
-#define CONDGU (COND(0xc))
-#define CONDL (COND(0x3))
-#define CONDLE (COND(0x2))
-#define CONDLEU (COND(0x4))
-#define CONDN (COND(0x0))
-#define CONDNE (COND(0x9))
-#define CONDNEG (COND(0x6))
-#define CONDPOS (COND(0xe))
-#define CONDVC (COND(0xf))
-#define CONDVS (COND(0x7))
+#define RCOND(x) (((x) & 0x7) << 10) /* v9 */
+
+#define CONDA (COND (0x8))
+#define CONDCC (COND (0xd))
+#define CONDCS (COND (0x5))
+#define CONDE (COND (0x1))
+#define CONDG (COND (0xa))
+#define CONDGE (COND (0xb))
+#define CONDGU (COND (0xc))
+#define CONDL (COND (0x3))
+#define CONDLE (COND (0x2))
+#define CONDLEU (COND (0x4))
+#define CONDN (COND (0x0))
+#define CONDNE (COND (0x9))
+#define CONDNEG (COND (0x6))
+#define CONDPOS (COND (0xe))
+#define CONDVC (COND (0xf))
+#define CONDVS (COND (0x7))
#define CONDNZ CONDNE
#define CONDZ CONDE
#define CONDGEU CONDCC
#define CONDLU CONDCS
-#define FCONDA (COND(0x8))
-#define FCONDE (COND(0x9))
-#define FCONDG (COND(0x6))
-#define FCONDGE (COND(0xb))
-#define FCONDL (COND(0x4))
-#define FCONDLE (COND(0xd))
-#define FCONDLG (COND(0x2))
-#define FCONDN (COND(0x0))
-#define FCONDNE (COND(0x1))
-#define FCONDO (COND(0xf))
-#define FCONDU (COND(0x7))
-#define FCONDUE (COND(0xa))
-#define FCONDUG (COND(0x5))
-#define FCONDUGE (COND(0xc))
-#define FCONDUL (COND(0x3))
-#define FCONDULE (COND(0xe))
+#define FCONDA (COND (0x8))
+#define FCONDE (COND (0x9))
+#define FCONDG (COND (0x6))
+#define FCONDGE (COND (0xb))
+#define FCONDL (COND (0x4))
+#define FCONDLE (COND (0xd))
+#define FCONDLG (COND (0x2))
+#define FCONDN (COND (0x0))
+#define FCONDNE (COND (0x1))
+#define FCONDO (COND (0xf))
+#define FCONDU (COND (0x7))
+#define FCONDUE (COND (0xa))
+#define FCONDUG (COND (0x5))
+#define FCONDUGE (COND (0xc))
+#define FCONDUL (COND (0x3))
+#define FCONDULE (COND (0xe))
#define FCONDNZ FCONDNE
#define FCONDZ FCONDE
-#define ICC (0) /* v9 */
-#define XCC (1<<12) /* v9 */
-#define FCC(x) (((x)&0x3)<<11) /* v9 */
-#define FBFCC(x) (((x)&0x3)<<20) /* v9 */
+#define ICC (0) /* v9 */
+#define XCC (1 << 12) /* v9 */
+#define FCC(x) (((x) & 0x3) << 11) /* v9 */
+#define FBFCC(x) (((x) & 0x3) << 20) /* v9 */
/* The order of the opcodes in the table is significant:
* The assembler requires that all instances of the same mnemonic must
be consecutive. If they aren't, the assembler will bomb at runtime.
- * The disassembler should not care about the order of the opcodes.
-
-*/
+ * The disassembler should not care about the order of the opcodes. */
/* Entries for commutative arithmetic operations. */
/* ??? More entries can make use of this. */
@@ -881,6 +915,10 @@ static const struct sparc_opcode sparc_opcodes[] = {
{ "retry", F3(2, 0x3e, 0)|RD(1), F3(~2, ~0x3e, ~0)|RD(~1)|RS1_G0|SIMM13(~0), "", 0, v9 },
{ "saved", F3(2, 0x31, 0)|RD(0), F3(~2, ~0x31, ~0)|RD(~0)|RS1_G0|SIMM13(~0), "", 0, v9 },
{ "restored", F3(2, 0x31, 0)|RD(1), F3(~2, ~0x31, ~0)|RD(~1)|RS1_G0|SIMM13(~0), "", 0, v9 },
+{ "allclean", F3(2, 0x31, 0)|RD(2), F3(~2, ~0x31, ~0)|RD(~2)|RS1_G0|SIMM13(~0), "", 0, v9 },
+{ "otherw", F3(2, 0x31, 0)|RD(3), F3(~2, ~0x31, ~0)|RD(~3)|RS1_G0|SIMM13(~0), "", 0, v9 },
+{ "normalw", F3(2, 0x31, 0)|RD(4), F3(~2, ~0x31, ~0)|RD(~4)|RS1_G0|SIMM13(~0), "", 0, v9 },
+{ "invalw", F3(2, 0x31, 0)|RD(5), F3(~2, ~0x31, ~0)|RD(~5)|RS1_G0|SIMM13(~0), "", 0, v9 },
{ "sir", F3(2, 0x30, 1)|RD(0xf), F3(~2, ~0x30, ~1)|RD(~0xf)|RS1_G0, "i", 0, v9 },
{ "flush", F3(2, 0x3b, 0), F3(~2, ~0x3b, ~0)|ASI(~0), "1+2", 0, v8 },
@@ -1067,6 +1105,13 @@ static const struct sparc_opcode sparc_opcodes[] = {
{ "wrpr", F3(2, 0x32, 1), F3(~2, ~0x32, ~1), "i,1,!", F_ALIAS, v9 }, /* wrpr i,r1,%priv */
{ "wrpr", F3(2, 0x32, 1), F3(~2, ~0x32, ~1)|RS1(~0), "i,!", 0, v9 }, /* wrpr i,%priv */
+{ "rdhpr", F3(2, 0x29, 0), F3(~2, ~0x29, ~0)|SIMM13(~0), "$,d", 0, v9 }, /* rdhpr %hpriv,r */
+{ "wrhpr", F3(2, 0x33, 0), F3(~2, ~0x33, ~0), "1,2,%", 0, v9 }, /* wrhpr r1,r2,%hpriv */
+{ "wrhpr", F3(2, 0x33, 0), F3(~2, ~0x33, ~0)|SIMM13(~0), "1,%", 0, v9 }, /* wrhpr r1,%hpriv */
+{ "wrhpr", F3(2, 0x33, 1), F3(~2, ~0x33, ~1), "1,i,%", 0, v9 }, /* wrhpr r1,i,%hpriv */
+{ "wrhpr", F3(2, 0x33, 1), F3(~2, ~0x33, ~1), "i,1,%", F_ALIAS, v9 }, /* wrhpr i,r1,%hpriv */
+{ "wrhpr", F3(2, 0x33, 1), F3(~2, ~0x33, ~1)|RS1(~0), "i,%", 0, v9 }, /* wrhpr i,%hpriv */
+
/* ??? This group seems wrong. A three operand move? */
{ "mov", F3(2, 0x30, 0), F3(~2, ~0x30, ~0)|ASI(~0), "1,2,m", F_ALIAS, v8 }, /* wr r,r,%asrX */
{ "mov", F3(2, 0x30, 1), F3(~2, ~0x30, ~1), "1,i,m", F_ALIAS, v8 }, /* wr r,i,%asrX */
@@ -1458,110 +1503,72 @@ cond ("bz", "tz", CONDZ, F_CONDBR|F_ALIAS), /* for e */
#define FM_DF 2 /* v9 */
#define FM_QF 3 /* v9 */
-#define fmovicc(opcode, fpsize, cond, flags) /* v9 */ \
-{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x100+fpsize)|MCOND(cond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x100+fpsize))|MCOND(~cond,~0), "z,f,g", flags, v9 }, \
-{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x180+fpsize)|MCOND(cond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x180+fpsize))|MCOND(~cond,~0), "Z,f,g", flags, v9 }
+#define fmoviccx(opcode, fpsize, args, cond, flags) /* v9 */ \
+{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x100+fpsize)|MCOND(cond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x100+fpsize))|MCOND(~cond,~0), "z," args, flags, v9 }, \
+{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x180+fpsize)|MCOND(cond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x180+fpsize))|MCOND(~cond,~0), "Z," args, flags, v9 }
-#define fmovfcc(opcode, fpsize, fcond, flags) /* v9 */ \
-{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x000+fpsize)|MCOND(fcond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x000+fpsize))|MCOND(~fcond,~0), "6,f,g", flags, v9 }, \
-{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x040+fpsize)|MCOND(fcond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x040+fpsize))|MCOND(~fcond,~0), "7,f,g", flags, v9 }, \
-{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x080+fpsize)|MCOND(fcond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x080+fpsize))|MCOND(~fcond,~0), "8,f,g", flags, v9 }, \
-{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x0c0+fpsize)|MCOND(fcond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x0c0+fpsize))|MCOND(~fcond,~0), "9,f,g", flags, v9 }
+#define fmovfccx(opcode, fpsize, args, fcond, flags) /* v9 */ \
+{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x000+fpsize)|MCOND(fcond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x000+fpsize))|MCOND(~fcond,~0), "6," args, flags, v9 }, \
+{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x040+fpsize)|MCOND(fcond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x040+fpsize))|MCOND(~fcond,~0), "7," args, flags, v9 }, \
+{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x080+fpsize)|MCOND(fcond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x080+fpsize))|MCOND(~fcond,~0), "8," args, flags, v9 }, \
+{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x0c0+fpsize)|MCOND(fcond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x0c0+fpsize))|MCOND(~fcond,~0), "9," args, flags, v9 }
/* FIXME: use fmovicc/fmovfcc? */ /* v9 */
-#define fmovcc(opcode, fpsize, cond, fcond, flags) /* v9 */ \
-{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x100+fpsize)|MCOND(cond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x100+fpsize))|MCOND(~cond,~0), "z,f,g", flags | F_FLOAT, v9 }, \
-{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x000+fpsize)|MCOND(fcond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x000+fpsize))|MCOND(~fcond,~0), "6,f,g", flags | F_FLOAT, v9 }, \
-{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x180+fpsize)|MCOND(cond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x180+fpsize))|MCOND(~cond,~0), "Z,f,g", flags | F_FLOAT, v9 }, \
-{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x040+fpsize)|MCOND(fcond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x040+fpsize))|MCOND(~fcond,~0), "7,f,g", flags | F_FLOAT, v9 }, \
-{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x080+fpsize)|MCOND(fcond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x080+fpsize))|MCOND(~fcond,~0), "8,f,g", flags | F_FLOAT, v9 }, \
-{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x0c0+fpsize)|MCOND(fcond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x0c0+fpsize))|MCOND(~fcond,~0), "9,f,g", flags | F_FLOAT, v9 }
-
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovda", FM_DF, CONDA, FCONDA, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovqa", FM_QF, CONDA, FCONDA, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovsa", FM_SF, CONDA, FCONDA, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovdcc", FM_DF, CONDCC, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovqcc", FM_QF, CONDCC, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovscc", FM_SF, CONDCC, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovdcs", FM_DF, CONDCS, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovqcs", FM_QF, CONDCS, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovscs", FM_SF, CONDCS, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovde", FM_DF, CONDE, FCONDE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovqe", FM_QF, CONDE, FCONDE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovse", FM_SF, CONDE, FCONDE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovdg", FM_DF, CONDG, FCONDG, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovqg", FM_QF, CONDG, FCONDG, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovsg", FM_SF, CONDG, FCONDG, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovdge", FM_DF, CONDGE, FCONDGE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovqge", FM_QF, CONDGE, FCONDGE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovsge", FM_SF, CONDGE, FCONDGE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovdgeu", FM_DF, CONDGEU, F_ALIAS),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovqgeu", FM_QF, CONDGEU, F_ALIAS),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovsgeu", FM_SF, CONDGEU, F_ALIAS),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovdgu", FM_DF, CONDGU, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovqgu", FM_QF, CONDGU, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovsgu", FM_SF, CONDGU, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovdl", FM_DF, CONDL, FCONDL, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovql", FM_QF, CONDL, FCONDL, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovsl", FM_SF, CONDL, FCONDL, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovdle", FM_DF, CONDLE, FCONDLE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovqle", FM_QF, CONDLE, FCONDLE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovsle", FM_SF, CONDLE, FCONDLE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovdleu", FM_DF, CONDLEU, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovqleu", FM_QF, CONDLEU, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovsleu", FM_SF, CONDLEU, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovdlg", FM_DF, FCONDLG, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovqlg", FM_QF, FCONDLG, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovslg", FM_SF, FCONDLG, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovdlu", FM_DF, CONDLU, F_ALIAS),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovqlu", FM_QF, CONDLU, F_ALIAS),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovslu", FM_SF, CONDLU, F_ALIAS),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovdn", FM_DF, CONDN, FCONDN, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovqn", FM_QF, CONDN, FCONDN, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovsn", FM_SF, CONDN, FCONDN, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovdne", FM_DF, CONDNE, FCONDNE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovqne", FM_QF, CONDNE, FCONDNE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovsne", FM_SF, CONDNE, FCONDNE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovdneg", FM_DF, CONDNEG, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovqneg", FM_QF, CONDNEG, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovsneg", FM_SF, CONDNEG, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovdnz", FM_DF, CONDNZ, FCONDNZ, F_ALIAS),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovqnz", FM_QF, CONDNZ, FCONDNZ, F_ALIAS),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovsnz", FM_SF, CONDNZ, FCONDNZ, F_ALIAS),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovdo", FM_DF, FCONDO, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovqo", FM_QF, FCONDO, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovso", FM_SF, FCONDO, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovdpos", FM_DF, CONDPOS, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovqpos", FM_QF, CONDPOS, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovspos", FM_SF, CONDPOS, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovdu", FM_DF, FCONDU, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovqu", FM_QF, FCONDU, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovsu", FM_SF, FCONDU, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovdue", FM_DF, FCONDUE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovque", FM_QF, FCONDUE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovsue", FM_SF, FCONDUE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovdug", FM_DF, FCONDUG, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovqug", FM_QF, FCONDUG, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovsug", FM_SF, FCONDUG, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovduge", FM_DF, FCONDUGE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovquge", FM_QF, FCONDUGE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovsuge", FM_SF, FCONDUGE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovdul", FM_DF, FCONDUL, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovqul", FM_QF, FCONDUL, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovsul", FM_SF, FCONDUL, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovdule", FM_DF, FCONDULE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovqule", FM_QF, FCONDULE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("fmovsule", FM_SF, FCONDULE, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovdvc", FM_DF, CONDVC, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovqvc", FM_QF, CONDVC, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovsvc", FM_SF, CONDVC, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovdvs", FM_DF, CONDVS, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovqvs", FM_QF, CONDVS, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovicc ("fmovsvs", FM_SF, CONDVS, 0),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovdz", FM_DF, CONDZ, FCONDZ, F_ALIAS),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovqz", FM_QF, CONDZ, FCONDZ, F_ALIAS),
-/* v9 */ fmovcc ("fmovsz", FM_SF, CONDZ, FCONDZ, F_ALIAS),
-
+#define fmovccx(opcode, fpsize, args, cond, fcond, flags) /* v9 */ \
+{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x100+fpsize)|MCOND(cond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x100+fpsize))|MCOND(~cond,~0), "z," args, flags | F_FLOAT, v9 }, \
+{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x000+fpsize)|MCOND(fcond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x000+fpsize))|MCOND(~fcond,~0), "6," args, flags | F_FLOAT, v9 }, \
+{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x180+fpsize)|MCOND(cond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x180+fpsize))|MCOND(~cond,~0), "Z," args, flags | F_FLOAT, v9 }, \
+{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x040+fpsize)|MCOND(fcond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x040+fpsize))|MCOND(~fcond,~0), "7," args, flags | F_FLOAT, v9 }, \
+{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x080+fpsize)|MCOND(fcond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x080+fpsize))|MCOND(~fcond,~0), "8," args, flags | F_FLOAT, v9 }, \
+{ opcode, F3F(2, 0x35, 0x0c0+fpsize)|MCOND(fcond,0), F3F(~2, ~0x35, ~(0x0c0+fpsize))|MCOND(~fcond,~0), "9," args, flags | F_FLOAT, v9 }
+
+#define fmovicc(suffix, cond, flags) /* v9 */ \
+fmoviccx("fmovd" suffix, FM_DF, "B,H", cond, flags), \
+fmoviccx("fmovq" suffix, FM_QF, "R,J", cond, flags), \
+fmoviccx("fmovs" suffix, FM_SF, "f,g", cond, flags)
+
+#define fmovfcc(suffix, fcond, flags) /* v9 */ \
+fmovfccx("fmovd" suffix, FM_DF, "B,H", fcond, flags), \
+fmovfccx("fmovq" suffix, FM_QF, "R,J", fcond, flags), \
+fmovfccx("fmovs" suffix, FM_SF, "f,g", fcond, flags)
+
+#define fmovcc(suffix, cond, fcond, flags) /* v9 */ \
+fmovccx("fmovd" suffix, FM_DF, "B,H", cond, fcond, flags), \
+fmovccx("fmovq" suffix, FM_QF, "R,J", cond, fcond, flags), \
+fmovccx("fmovs" suffix, FM_SF, "f,g", cond, fcond, flags)
+
+/* v9 */ fmovcc ("a", CONDA, FCONDA, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovicc ("cc", CONDCC, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovicc ("cs", CONDCS, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovcc ("e", CONDE, FCONDE, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovcc ("g", CONDG, FCONDG, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovcc ("ge", CONDGE, FCONDGE, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovicc ("geu", CONDGEU, F_ALIAS),
+/* v9 */ fmovicc ("gu", CONDGU, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovcc ("l", CONDL, FCONDL, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovcc ("le", CONDLE, FCONDLE, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovicc ("leu", CONDLEU, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("lg", FCONDLG, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovicc ("lu", CONDLU, F_ALIAS),
+/* v9 */ fmovcc ("n", CONDN, FCONDN, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovcc ("ne", CONDNE, FCONDNE, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovicc ("neg", CONDNEG, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovcc ("nz", CONDNZ, FCONDNZ, F_ALIAS),
+/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("o", FCONDO, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovicc ("pos", CONDPOS, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("u", FCONDU, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("ue", FCONDUE, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("ug", FCONDUG, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("uge", FCONDUGE, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("ul", FCONDUL, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovfcc ("ule", FCONDULE, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovicc ("vc", CONDVC, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovicc ("vs", CONDVS, 0),
+/* v9 */ fmovcc ("z", CONDZ, FCONDZ, F_ALIAS),
+
+#undef fmoviccx /* v9 */
+#undef fmovfccx /* v9 */
+#undef fmovccx /* v9 */
#undef fmovicc /* v9 */
#undef fmovfcc /* v9 */
#undef fmovcc /* v9 */
@@ -1571,13 +1578,13 @@ cond ("bz", "tz", CONDZ, F_CONDBR|F_ALIAS), /* for e */
/* Coprocessor branches. */
#define CBR(opcode, mask, lose, flags, arch) \
- { opcode, (mask), ANNUL|(lose), "l", flags|F_DELAYED, arch }, \
- { opcode, (mask)|ANNUL, (lose), ",a l", flags|F_DELAYED, arch }
+ { opcode, (mask), ANNUL | (lose), "l", flags | F_DELAYED, arch }, \
+ { opcode, (mask) | ANNUL, (lose), ",a l", flags | F_DELAYED, arch }
/* Floating point branches. */
#define FBR(opcode, mask, lose, flags) \
- { opcode, (mask), ANNUL|(lose), "l", flags|F_DELAYED|F_FBR, v6 }, \
- { opcode, (mask)|ANNUL, (lose), ",a l", flags|F_DELAYED|F_FBR, v6 }
+ { opcode, (mask), ANNUL | (lose), "l", flags | F_DELAYED | F_FBR, v6 }, \
+ { opcode, (mask) | ANNUL, (lose), ",a l", flags | F_DELAYED | F_FBR, v6 }
/* V9 extended floating point branches. */
#define FBRX(opcode, mask, lose, flags) /* v9 */ \
@@ -1710,17 +1717,17 @@ CONDFC ("fbule", "cb013", 0xe, F_CONDBR),
{ "fstoi", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x0d1), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x0d1)|RS1_G0, "f,g", F_FLOAT, v6 },
{ "fqtoi", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x0d3), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x0d3)|RS1_G0, "R,g", F_FLOAT, v8 },
-{ "fdtox", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x082), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x082)|RS1_G0, "B,g", F_FLOAT, v9 },
-{ "fstox", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x081), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x081)|RS1_G0, "f,g", F_FLOAT, v9 },
-{ "fqtox", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x083), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x083)|RS1_G0, "R,g", F_FLOAT, v9 },
+{ "fdtox", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x082), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x082)|RS1_G0, "B,H", F_FLOAT, v9 },
+{ "fstox", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x081), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x081)|RS1_G0, "f,H", F_FLOAT, v9 },
+{ "fqtox", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x083), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x083)|RS1_G0, "R,H", F_FLOAT, v9 },
{ "fitod", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x0c8), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x0c8)|RS1_G0, "f,H", F_FLOAT, v6 },
{ "fitos", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x0c4), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x0c4)|RS1_G0, "f,g", F_FLOAT, v6 },
{ "fitoq", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x0cc), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x0cc)|RS1_G0, "f,J", F_FLOAT, v8 },
-{ "fxtod", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x088), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x088)|RS1_G0, "f,H", F_FLOAT, v9 },
-{ "fxtos", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x084), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x084)|RS1_G0, "f,g", F_FLOAT, v9 },
-{ "fxtoq", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x08c), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x08c)|RS1_G0, "f,J", F_FLOAT, v9 },
+{ "fxtod", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x088), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x088)|RS1_G0, "B,H", F_FLOAT, v9 },
+{ "fxtos", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x084), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x084)|RS1_G0, "B,g", F_FLOAT, v9 },
+{ "fxtoq", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x08c), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x08c)|RS1_G0, "B,J", F_FLOAT, v9 },
{ "fdtoq", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x0ce), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x0ce)|RS1_G0, "B,J", F_FLOAT, v8 },
{ "fdtos", F3F(2, 0x34, 0x0c6), F3F(~2, ~0x34, ~0x0c6)|RS1_G0, "B,g", F_FLOAT, v6 },
@@ -2050,16 +2057,10 @@ typedef struct
const char *name;
} arg;
-/* Look up NAME in TABLE. */
-
-static const char *lookup_value PARAMS ((const arg *, int));
-
/* Look up VALUE in TABLE. */
static const char *
-lookup_value (table, value)
- const arg *table;
- int value;
+lookup_value (const arg *table, int value)
{
const arg *p;
@@ -2067,7 +2068,7 @@ lookup_value (table, value)
if (value == p->value)
return p->name;
- return (char *) 0;
+ return NULL;
}
/* Handle ASI's. */
@@ -2191,8 +2192,7 @@ static const arg membar_table[] =
/* Return the name for membar value VALUE or NULL if not found. */
static const char *
-sparc_decode_membar (value)
- int value;
+sparc_decode_membar (int value)
{
return lookup_value (membar_table, value);
}
@@ -2213,8 +2213,7 @@ static const arg prefetch_table[] =
/* Return the name for prefetch value VALUE or NULL if not found. */
static const char *
-sparc_decode_prefetch (value)
- int value;
+sparc_decode_prefetch (int value)
{
return lookup_value (prefetch_table, value);
}
@@ -2236,8 +2235,7 @@ static const arg sparclet_cpreg_table[] =
/* Return the name for sparclet cpreg value VALUE or NULL if not found. */
static const char *
-sparc_decode_sparclet_cpreg (value)
- int value;
+sparc_decode_sparclet_cpreg (int value)
{
return lookup_value (sparclet_cpreg_table, value);
}
@@ -2246,6 +2244,25 @@ sparc_decode_sparclet_cpreg (value)
/* opcodes/sparc-dis.c */
+/* Print SPARC instructions.
+ Copyright 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999,
+ 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+ This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+ it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+ the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
+ (at your option) any later version.
+
+ This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+ but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+ MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+ GNU General Public License for more details.
+
+ You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+ along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
+ Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street - Fifth Floor, Boston,
+ MA 02110-1301, USA. */
+
/* Bitmask of v9 architectures. */
#define MASK_V9 ((1 << SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V9) \
| (1 << SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V9A) \
@@ -2256,7 +2273,7 @@ sparc_decode_sparclet_cpreg (value)
#define V9_P(insn) (((insn)->architecture & MASK_V9) != 0)
/* The sorted opcode table. */
-static const struct sparc_opcode **sorted_opcodes;
+static const sparc_opcode **sorted_opcodes;
/* For faster lookup, after insns are sorted they are hashed. */
/* ??? I think there is room for even more improvement. */
@@ -2268,17 +2285,13 @@ static const struct sparc_opcode **sorted_opcodes;
static const int opcode_bits[4] = { 0x01c00000, 0x0, 0x01f80000, 0x01f80000 };
#define HASH_INSN(INSN) \
((((INSN) >> 24) & 0xc0) | (((INSN) & opcode_bits[((INSN) >> 30) & 3]) >> 19))
-struct opcode_hash {
- struct opcode_hash *next;
- const struct sparc_opcode *opcode;
-};
-static struct opcode_hash *opcode_hash_table[HASH_SIZE];
+typedef struct sparc_opcode_hash
+{
+ struct sparc_opcode_hash *next;
+ const sparc_opcode *opcode;
+} sparc_opcode_hash;
-static void build_hash_table
- PARAMS ((const struct sparc_opcode **, struct opcode_hash **, int));
-static int is_delayed_branch PARAMS ((unsigned long));
-static int compare_opcodes PARAMS ((const void *, const void *));
-static int compute_arch_mask PARAMS ((unsigned long));
+static sparc_opcode_hash *opcode_hash_table[HASH_SIZE];
/* Sign-extend a value which is N bits long. */
#define SEX(value, bits) \
@@ -2310,11 +2323,22 @@ static const char * const v9_priv_reg_names[] =
{
"tpc", "tnpc", "tstate", "tt", "tick", "tba", "pstate", "tl",
"pil", "cwp", "cansave", "canrestore", "cleanwin", "otherwin",
- "wstate", "fq"
+ "wstate", "fq", "gl"
/* "ver" - special cased */
};
/* These are ordered according to there register number in
+ rdhpr and wrhpr insns. */
+static const char * const v9_hpriv_reg_names[] =
+{
+ "hpstate", "htstate", "resv2", "hintp", "resv4", "htba", "hver",
+ "resv7", "resv8", "resv9", "resv10", "resv11", "resv12", "resv13",
+ "resv14", "resv15", "resv16", "resv17", "resv18", "resv19", "resv20",
+ "resv21", "resv22", "resv23", "resv24", "resv25", "resv26", "resv27",
+ "resv28", "resv29", "resv30", "hstick_cmpr"
+};
+
+/* These are ordered according to there register number in
rd and wr insns (-16). */
static const char * const v9a_asr_reg_names[] =
{
@@ -2325,21 +2349,21 @@ static const char * const v9a_asr_reg_names[] =
/* Macros used to extract instruction fields. Not all fields have
macros defined here, only those which are actually used. */
-#define X_RD(i) (((i) >> 25) & 0x1f)
-#define X_RS1(i) (((i) >> 14) & 0x1f)
-#define X_LDST_I(i) (((i) >> 13) & 1)
-#define X_ASI(i) (((i) >> 5) & 0xff)
-#define X_RS2(i) (((i) >> 0) & 0x1f)
-#define X_IMM(i,n) (((i) >> 0) & ((1 << (n)) - 1))
-#define X_SIMM(i,n) SEX (X_IMM ((i), (n)), (n))
-#define X_DISP22(i) (((i) >> 0) & 0x3fffff)
-#define X_IMM22(i) X_DISP22 (i)
-#define X_DISP30(i) (((i) >> 0) & 0x3fffffff)
+#define X_RD(i) (((i) >> 25) & 0x1f)
+#define X_RS1(i) (((i) >> 14) & 0x1f)
+#define X_LDST_I(i) (((i) >> 13) & 1)
+#define X_ASI(i) (((i) >> 5) & 0xff)
+#define X_RS2(i) (((i) >> 0) & 0x1f)
+#define X_IMM(i,n) (((i) >> 0) & ((1 << (n)) - 1))
+#define X_SIMM(i,n) SEX (X_IMM ((i), (n)), (n))
+#define X_DISP22(i) (((i) >> 0) & 0x3fffff)
+#define X_IMM22(i) X_DISP22 (i)
+#define X_DISP30(i) (((i) >> 0) & 0x3fffffff)
/* These are for v9. */
-#define X_DISP16(i) (((((i) >> 20) & 3) << 14) | (((i) >> 0) & 0x3fff))
-#define X_DISP19(i) (((i) >> 0) & 0x7ffff)
-#define X_MEMBAR(i) ((i) & 0x7f)
+#define X_DISP16(i) (((((i) >> 20) & 3) << 14) | (((i) >> 0) & 0x3fff))
+#define X_DISP19(i) (((i) >> 0) & 0x7ffff)
+#define X_MEMBAR(i) ((i) & 0x7f)
/* Here is the union which was used to extract instruction fields
before the shift and mask macros were written.
@@ -2397,23 +2421,22 @@ static const char * const v9a_asr_reg_names[] =
unsigned int adisp30:30;
#define disp30 call.adisp30
} call;
- };
-
- */
+ }; */
/* Nonzero if INSN is the opcode for a delayed branch. */
+
static int
-is_delayed_branch (insn)
- unsigned long insn;
+is_delayed_branch (unsigned long insn)
{
- struct opcode_hash *op;
+ sparc_opcode_hash *op;
for (op = opcode_hash_table[HASH_INSN (insn)]; op; op = op->next)
{
- const struct sparc_opcode *opcode = op->opcode;
+ const sparc_opcode *opcode = op->opcode;
+
if ((opcode->match & insn) == opcode->match
&& (opcode->lose & insn) == 0)
- return (opcode->flags & F_DELAYED);
+ return opcode->flags & F_DELAYED;
}
return 0;
}
@@ -2424,6 +2447,236 @@ is_delayed_branch (insn)
to compare_opcodes. */
static unsigned int current_arch_mask;
+/* Given BFD mach number, return a mask of SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_FOO values. */
+
+static int
+compute_arch_mask (unsigned long mach)
+{
+ switch (mach)
+ {
+ case 0 :
+ case bfd_mach_sparc :
+ return SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_MASK (SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V8);
+ case bfd_mach_sparc_sparclet :
+ return SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_MASK (SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_SPARCLET);
+ case bfd_mach_sparc_sparclite :
+ case bfd_mach_sparc_sparclite_le :
+ /* sparclites insns are recognized by default (because that's how
+ they've always been treated, for better or worse). Kludge this by
+ indicating generic v8 is also selected. */
+ return (SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_MASK (SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_SPARCLITE)
+ | SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_MASK (SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V8));
+ case bfd_mach_sparc_v8plus :
+ case bfd_mach_sparc_v9 :
+ return SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_MASK (SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V9);
+ case bfd_mach_sparc_v8plusa :
+ case bfd_mach_sparc_v9a :
+ return SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_MASK (SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V9A);
+ case bfd_mach_sparc_v8plusb :
+ case bfd_mach_sparc_v9b :
+ return SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_MASK (SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V9B);
+ }
+ abort ();
+}
+
+/* Compare opcodes A and B. */
+
+static int
+compare_opcodes (const void * a, const void * b)
+{
+ sparc_opcode *op0 = * (sparc_opcode **) a;
+ sparc_opcode *op1 = * (sparc_opcode **) b;
+ unsigned long int match0 = op0->match, match1 = op1->match;
+ unsigned long int lose0 = op0->lose, lose1 = op1->lose;
+ register unsigned int i;
+
+ /* If one (and only one) insn isn't supported by the current architecture,
+ prefer the one that is. If neither are supported, but they're both for
+ the same architecture, continue processing. Otherwise (both unsupported
+ and for different architectures), prefer lower numbered arch's (fudged
+ by comparing the bitmasks). */
+ if (op0->architecture & current_arch_mask)
+ {
+ if (! (op1->architecture & current_arch_mask))
+ return -1;
+ }
+ else
+ {
+ if (op1->architecture & current_arch_mask)
+ return 1;
+ else if (op0->architecture != op1->architecture)
+ return op0->architecture - op1->architecture;
+ }
+
+ /* If a bit is set in both match and lose, there is something
+ wrong with the opcode table. */
+ if (match0 & lose0)
+ {
+ fprintf
+ (stderr,
+ /* xgettext:c-format */
+ _("Internal error: bad sparc-opcode.h: \"%s\", %#.8lx, %#.8lx\n"),
+ op0->name, match0, lose0);
+ op0->lose &= ~op0->match;
+ lose0 = op0->lose;
+ }
+
+ if (match1 & lose1)
+ {
+ fprintf
+ (stderr,
+ /* xgettext:c-format */
+ _("Internal error: bad sparc-opcode.h: \"%s\", %#.8lx, %#.8lx\n"),
+ op1->name, match1, lose1);
+ op1->lose &= ~op1->match;
+ lose1 = op1->lose;
+ }
+
+ /* Because the bits that are variable in one opcode are constant in
+ another, it is important to order the opcodes in the right order. */
+ for (i = 0; i < 32; ++i)
+ {
+ unsigned long int x = 1 << i;
+ int x0 = (match0 & x) != 0;
+ int x1 = (match1 & x) != 0;
+
+ if (x0 != x1)
+ return x1 - x0;
+ }
+
+ for (i = 0; i < 32; ++i)
+ {
+ unsigned long int x = 1 << i;
+ int x0 = (lose0 & x) != 0;
+ int x1 = (lose1 & x) != 0;
+
+ if (x0 != x1)
+ return x1 - x0;
+ }
+
+ /* They are functionally equal. So as long as the opcode table is
+ valid, we can put whichever one first we want, on aesthetic grounds. */
+
+ /* Our first aesthetic ground is that aliases defer to real insns. */
+ {
+ int alias_diff = (op0->flags & F_ALIAS) - (op1->flags & F_ALIAS);
+
+ if (alias_diff != 0)
+ /* Put the one that isn't an alias first. */
+ return alias_diff;
+ }
+
+ /* Except for aliases, two "identical" instructions had
+ better have the same opcode. This is a sanity check on the table. */
+ i = strcmp (op0->name, op1->name);
+ if (i)
+ {
+ if (op0->flags & F_ALIAS) /* If they're both aliases, be arbitrary. */
+ return i;
+ else
+ fprintf (stderr,
+ /* xgettext:c-format */
+ _("Internal error: bad sparc-opcode.h: \"%s\" == \"%s\"\n"),
+ op0->name, op1->name);
+ }
+
+ /* Fewer arguments are preferred. */
+ {
+ int length_diff = strlen (op0->args) - strlen (op1->args);
+
+ if (length_diff != 0)
+ /* Put the one with fewer arguments first. */
+ return length_diff;
+ }
+
+ /* Put 1+i before i+1. */
+ {
+ char *p0 = (char *) strchr (op0->args, '+');
+ char *p1 = (char *) strchr (op1->args, '+');
+
+ if (p0 && p1)
+ {
+ /* There is a plus in both operands. Note that a plus
+ sign cannot be the first character in args,
+ so the following [-1]'s are valid. */
+ if (p0[-1] == 'i' && p1[1] == 'i')
+ /* op0 is i+1 and op1 is 1+i, so op1 goes first. */
+ return 1;
+ if (p0[1] == 'i' && p1[-1] == 'i')
+ /* op0 is 1+i and op1 is i+1, so op0 goes first. */
+ return -1;
+ }
+ }
+
+ /* Put 1,i before i,1. */
+ {
+ int i0 = strncmp (op0->args, "i,1", 3) == 0;
+ int i1 = strncmp (op1->args, "i,1", 3) == 0;
+
+ if (i0 ^ i1)
+ return i0 - i1;
+ }
+
+ /* They are, as far as we can tell, identical.
+ Since qsort may have rearranged the table partially, there is
+ no way to tell which one was first in the opcode table as
+ written, so just say there are equal. */
+ /* ??? This is no longer true now that we sort a vector of pointers,
+ not the table itself. */
+ return 0;
+}
+
+/* Build a hash table from the opcode table.
+ OPCODE_TABLE is a sorted list of pointers into the opcode table. */
+
+static void
+build_hash_table (const sparc_opcode **opcode_table,
+ sparc_opcode_hash **hash_table,
+ int num_opcodes)
+{
+ int i;
+ int hash_count[HASH_SIZE];
+ static sparc_opcode_hash *hash_buf = NULL;
+
+ /* Start at the end of the table and work backwards so that each
+ chain is sorted. */
+
+ memset (hash_table, 0, HASH_SIZE * sizeof (hash_table[0]));
+ memset (hash_count, 0, HASH_SIZE * sizeof (hash_count[0]));
+ if (hash_buf != NULL)
+ free (hash_buf);
+ hash_buf = malloc (sizeof (* hash_buf) * num_opcodes);
+ for (i = num_opcodes - 1; i >= 0; --i)
+ {
+ int hash = HASH_INSN (opcode_table[i]->match);
+ sparc_opcode_hash *h = &hash_buf[i];
+
+ h->next = hash_table[hash];
+ h->opcode = opcode_table[i];
+ hash_table[hash] = h;
+ ++hash_count[hash];
+ }
+
+#if 0 /* for debugging */
+ {
+ int min_count = num_opcodes, max_count = 0;
+ int total;
+
+ for (i = 0; i < HASH_SIZE; ++i)
+ {
+ if (hash_count[i] < min_count)
+ min_count = hash_count[i];
+ if (hash_count[i] > max_count)
+ max_count = hash_count[i];
+ total += hash_count[i];
+ }
+
+ printf ("Opcode hash table stats: min %d, max %d, ave %f\n",
+ min_count, max_count, (double) total / HASH_SIZE);
+ }
+#endif
+}
+
/* Print one instruction from MEMADDR on INFO->STREAM.
We suffix the instruction with a comment that gives the absolute
@@ -2433,19 +2686,17 @@ static unsigned int current_arch_mask;
on that register. */
int
-print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
- bfd_vma memaddr;
- disassemble_info *info;
+print_insn_sparc (bfd_vma memaddr, disassemble_info *info)
{
FILE *stream = info->stream;
bfd_byte buffer[4];
unsigned long insn;
- register struct opcode_hash *op;
+ sparc_opcode_hash *op;
/* Nonzero of opcode table has been initialized. */
static int opcodes_initialized = 0;
/* bfd mach number of last call. */
static unsigned long current_mach = 0;
- bfd_vma (*getword) PARAMS ((const unsigned char *));
+ bfd_vma (*getword) (const unsigned char *);
if (!opcodes_initialized
|| info->mach != current_mach)
@@ -2455,8 +2706,8 @@ print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
current_arch_mask = compute_arch_mask (info->mach);
if (!opcodes_initialized)
- sorted_opcodes = (const struct sparc_opcode **)
- malloc (sparc_num_opcodes * sizeof (struct sparc_opcode *));
+ sorted_opcodes =
+ malloc (sparc_num_opcodes * sizeof (sparc_opcode *));
/* Reset the sorted table so we can resort it. */
for (i = 0; i < sparc_num_opcodes; ++i)
sorted_opcodes[i] = &sparc_opcodes[i];
@@ -2471,6 +2722,7 @@ print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
{
int status =
(*info->read_memory_func) (memaddr, buffer, sizeof (buffer), info);
+
if (status != 0)
{
(*info->memory_error_func) (status, memaddr, info);
@@ -2479,7 +2731,7 @@ print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
}
/* On SPARClite variants such as DANlite (sparc86x), instructions
- are always big-endian even when the machine is in little-endian mode. */
+ are always big-endian even when the machine is in little-endian mode. */
if (info->endian == BFD_ENDIAN_BIG || info->mach == bfd_mach_sparc_sparclite)
getword = bfd_getb32;
else
@@ -2487,14 +2739,14 @@ print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
insn = getword (buffer);
- info->insn_info_valid = 1; /* We do return this info */
- info->insn_type = dis_nonbranch; /* Assume non branch insn */
- info->branch_delay_insns = 0; /* Assume no delay */
- info->target = 0; /* Assume no target known */
+ info->insn_info_valid = 1; /* We do return this info. */
+ info->insn_type = dis_nonbranch; /* Assume non branch insn. */
+ info->branch_delay_insns = 0; /* Assume no delay. */
+ info->target = 0; /* Assume no target known. */
for (op = opcode_hash_table[HASH_INSN (insn)]; op; op = op->next)
{
- const struct sparc_opcode *opcode = op->opcode;
+ const sparc_opcode *opcode = op->opcode;
/* If the insn isn't supported by the current architecture, skip it. */
if (! (opcode->architecture & current_arch_mask))
@@ -2534,36 +2786,38 @@ print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
(*info->fprintf_func) (stream, opcode->name);
{
- register const char *s;
+ const char *s;
if (opcode->args[0] != ',')
(*info->fprintf_func) (stream, " ");
+
for (s = opcode->args; *s != '\0'; ++s)
{
while (*s == ',')
{
(*info->fprintf_func) (stream, ",");
++s;
- switch (*s) {
- case 'a':
- (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "a");
- is_annulled = 1;
- ++s;
- continue;
- case 'N':
- (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "pn");
- ++s;
- continue;
-
- case 'T':
- (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "pt");
- ++s;
- continue;
-
- default:
- break;
- } /* switch on arg */
- } /* while there are comma started args */
+ switch (*s)
+ {
+ case 'a':
+ (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "a");
+ is_annulled = 1;
+ ++s;
+ continue;
+ case 'N':
+ (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "pn");
+ ++s;
+ continue;
+
+ case 'T':
+ (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "pt");
+ ++s;
+ continue;
+
+ default:
+ break;
+ }
+ }
(*info->fprintf_func) (stream, " ");
@@ -2571,8 +2825,8 @@ print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
{
case '+':
found_plus = 1;
+ /* Fall through. */
- /* note fall-through */
default:
(*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%c", *s);
break;
@@ -2602,24 +2856,24 @@ print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
case 'e':
freg (X_RS1 (insn));
break;
- case 'v': /* double/even */
- case 'V': /* quad/multiple of 4 */
+ case 'v': /* Double/even. */
+ case 'V': /* Quad/multiple of 4. */
fregx (X_RS1 (insn));
break;
case 'f':
freg (X_RS2 (insn));
break;
- case 'B': /* double/even */
- case 'R': /* quad/multiple of 4 */
+ case 'B': /* Double/even. */
+ case 'R': /* Quad/multiple of 4. */
fregx (X_RS2 (insn));
break;
case 'g':
freg (X_RD (insn));
break;
- case 'H': /* double/even */
- case 'J': /* quad/multiple of 4 */
+ case 'H': /* Double/even. */
+ case 'J': /* Quad/multiple of 4. */
fregx (X_RD (insn));
break;
#undef freg
@@ -2645,9 +2899,9 @@ print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
& ((int) X_IMM22 (insn) << 10)));
break;
- case 'i': /* 13 bit immediate */
- case 'I': /* 11 bit immediate */
- case 'j': /* 10 bit immediate */
+ case 'i': /* 13 bit immediate. */
+ case 'I': /* 11 bit immediate. */
+ case 'j': /* 10 bit immediate. */
{
int imm;
@@ -2675,8 +2929,8 @@ print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
}
break;
- case 'X': /* 5 bit unsigned immediate */
- case 'Y': /* 6 bit unsigned immediate */
+ case 'X': /* 5 bit unsigned immediate. */
+ case 'Y': /* 6 bit unsigned immediate. */
{
int imm = X_IMM (insn, *s == 'X' ? 5 : 6);
@@ -2688,7 +2942,7 @@ print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
break;
case '3':
- (info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%d", X_IMM (insn, 3));
+ (info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%ld", X_IMM (insn, 3));
break;
case 'K':
@@ -2763,7 +3017,7 @@ print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
case '?':
if (X_RS1 (insn) == 31)
(*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%%ver");
- else if ((unsigned) X_RS1 (insn) < 16)
+ else if ((unsigned) X_RS1 (insn) < 17)
(*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%%%s",
v9_priv_reg_names[X_RS1 (insn)]);
else
@@ -2771,13 +3025,29 @@ print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
break;
case '!':
- if ((unsigned) X_RD (insn) < 15)
+ if ((unsigned) X_RD (insn) < 17)
(*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%%%s",
v9_priv_reg_names[X_RD (insn)]);
else
(*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%%reserved");
break;
+ case '$':
+ if ((unsigned) X_RS1 (insn) < 32)
+ (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%%%s",
+ v9_hpriv_reg_names[X_RS1 (insn)]);
+ else
+ (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%%reserved");
+ break;
+
+ case '%':
+ if ((unsigned) X_RD (insn) < 32)
+ (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%%%s",
+ v9_hpriv_reg_names[X_RD (insn)]);
+ else
+ (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%%reserved");
+ break;
+
case '/':
if (X_RS1 (insn) < 16 || X_RS1 (insn) > 25)
(*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%%reserved");
@@ -2801,16 +3071,16 @@ print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
if (name)
(*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%s", name);
else
- (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%d", X_RD (insn));
+ (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%ld", X_RD (insn));
break;
}
case 'M':
- (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%%asr%d", X_RS1 (insn));
+ (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%%asr%ld", X_RS1 (insn));
break;
case 'm':
- (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%%asr%d", X_RD (insn));
+ (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%%asr%ld", X_RD (insn));
break;
case 'L':
@@ -2842,7 +3112,7 @@ print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
if (name)
(*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%s", name);
else
- (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "(%d)", X_ASI (insn));
+ (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "(%ld)", X_ASI (insn));
break;
}
@@ -2875,7 +3145,7 @@ print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
break;
case 'x':
- (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%d",
+ (*info->fprintf_func) (stream, "%ld",
((X_LDST_I (insn) << 8)
+ X_ASI (insn)));
break;
@@ -2911,26 +3181,33 @@ print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
unsigned long prev_insn;
int errcode;
- errcode =
- (*info->read_memory_func)
+ if (memaddr >= 4)
+ errcode =
+ (*info->read_memory_func)
(memaddr - 4, buffer, sizeof (buffer), info);
+ else
+ errcode = 1;
+
prev_insn = getword (buffer);
if (errcode == 0)
{
/* If it is a delayed branch, we need to look at the
instruction before the delayed branch. This handles
- sequences such as
+ sequences such as:
sethi %o1, %hi(_foo), %o1
call _printf
- or %o1, %lo(_foo), %o1
- */
+ or %o1, %lo(_foo), %o1 */
if (is_delayed_branch (prev_insn))
{
- errcode = (*info->read_memory_func)
- (memaddr - 8, buffer, sizeof (buffer), info);
+ if (memaddr >= 8)
+ errcode = (*info->read_memory_func)
+ (memaddr - 8, buffer, sizeof (buffer), info);
+ else
+ errcode = 1;
+
prev_insn = getword (buffer);
}
}
@@ -2960,7 +3237,7 @@ print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
if (opcode->flags & (F_UNBR|F_CONDBR|F_JSR))
{
- /* FIXME -- check is_annulled flag */
+ /* FIXME -- check is_annulled flag. */
if (opcode->flags & F_UNBR)
info->insn_type = dis_branch;
if (opcode->flags & F_CONDBR)
@@ -2975,236 +3252,7 @@ print_insn_sparc (memaddr, info)
}
}
- info->insn_type = dis_noninsn; /* Mark as non-valid instruction */
+ info->insn_type = dis_noninsn; /* Mark as non-valid instruction. */
(*info->fprintf_func) (stream, _("unknown"));
return sizeof (buffer);
}
-
-/* Given BFD mach number, return a mask of SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_FOO values. */
-
-static int
-compute_arch_mask (mach)
- unsigned long mach;
-{
- switch (mach)
- {
- case 0 :
- case bfd_mach_sparc :
- return SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_MASK (SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V8);
- case bfd_mach_sparc_sparclet :
- return SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_MASK (SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_SPARCLET);
- case bfd_mach_sparc_sparclite :
- case bfd_mach_sparc_sparclite_le :
- /* sparclites insns are recognized by default (because that's how
- they've always been treated, for better or worse). Kludge this by
- indicating generic v8 is also selected. */
- return (SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_MASK (SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_SPARCLITE)
- | SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_MASK (SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V8));
- case bfd_mach_sparc_v8plus :
- case bfd_mach_sparc_v9 :
- return SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_MASK (SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V9);
- case bfd_mach_sparc_v8plusa :
- case bfd_mach_sparc_v9a :
- return SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_MASK (SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V9A);
- case bfd_mach_sparc_v8plusb :
- case bfd_mach_sparc_v9b :
- return SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_MASK (SPARC_OPCODE_ARCH_V9B);
- }
- abort ();
-}
-
-/* Compare opcodes A and B. */
-
-static int
-compare_opcodes (const void *a, const void *b)
-{
- struct sparc_opcode *op0 = * (struct sparc_opcode **) a;
- struct sparc_opcode *op1 = * (struct sparc_opcode **) b;
- unsigned long int match0 = op0->match, match1 = op1->match;
- unsigned long int lose0 = op0->lose, lose1 = op1->lose;
- register unsigned int i;
-
- /* If one (and only one) insn isn't supported by the current architecture,
- prefer the one that is. If neither are supported, but they're both for
- the same architecture, continue processing. Otherwise (both unsupported
- and for different architectures), prefer lower numbered arch's (fudged
- by comparing the bitmasks). */
- if (op0->architecture & current_arch_mask)
- {
- if (! (op1->architecture & current_arch_mask))
- return -1;
- }
- else
- {
- if (op1->architecture & current_arch_mask)
- return 1;
- else if (op0->architecture != op1->architecture)
- return op0->architecture - op1->architecture;
- }
-
- /* If a bit is set in both match and lose, there is something
- wrong with the opcode table. */
- if (match0 & lose0)
- {
- fprintf
- (stderr,
- /* xgettext:c-format */
- _("Internal error: bad sparc-opcode.h: \"%s\", %#.8lx, %#.8lx\n"),
- op0->name, match0, lose0);
- op0->lose &= ~op0->match;
- lose0 = op0->lose;
- }
-
- if (match1 & lose1)
- {
- fprintf
- (stderr,
- /* xgettext:c-format */
- _("Internal error: bad sparc-opcode.h: \"%s\", %#.8lx, %#.8lx\n"),
- op1->name, match1, lose1);
- op1->lose &= ~op1->match;
- lose1 = op1->lose;
- }
-
- /* Because the bits that are variable in one opcode are constant in
- another, it is important to order the opcodes in the right order. */
- for (i = 0; i < 32; ++i)
- {
- unsigned long int x = 1 << i;
- int x0 = (match0 & x) != 0;
- int x1 = (match1 & x) != 0;
-
- if (x0 != x1)
- return x1 - x0;
- }
-
- for (i = 0; i < 32; ++i)
- {
- unsigned long int x = 1 << i;
- int x0 = (lose0 & x) != 0;
- int x1 = (lose1 & x) != 0;
-
- if (x0 != x1)
- return x1 - x0;
- }
-
- /* They are functionally equal. So as long as the opcode table is
- valid, we can put whichever one first we want, on aesthetic grounds. */
-
- /* Our first aesthetic ground is that aliases defer to real insns. */
- {
- int alias_diff = (op0->flags & F_ALIAS) - (op1->flags & F_ALIAS);
- if (alias_diff != 0)
- /* Put the one that isn't an alias first. */
- return alias_diff;
- }
-
- /* Except for aliases, two "identical" instructions had
- better have the same opcode. This is a sanity check on the table. */
- i = strcmp (op0->name, op1->name);
- if (i)
- {
- if (op0->flags & F_ALIAS) /* If they're both aliases, be arbitrary. */
- return i;
- else
- fprintf (stderr,
- /* xgettext:c-format */
- _("Internal error: bad sparc-opcode.h: \"%s\" == \"%s\"\n"),
- op0->name, op1->name);
- }
-
- /* Fewer arguments are preferred. */
- {
- int length_diff = strlen (op0->args) - strlen (op1->args);
- if (length_diff != 0)
- /* Put the one with fewer arguments first. */
- return length_diff;
- }
-
- /* Put 1+i before i+1. */
- {
- char *p0 = (char *) strchr (op0->args, '+');
- char *p1 = (char *) strchr (op1->args, '+');
-
- if (p0 && p1)
- {
- /* There is a plus in both operands. Note that a plus
- sign cannot be the first character in args,
- so the following [-1]'s are valid. */
- if (p0[-1] == 'i' && p1[1] == 'i')
- /* op0 is i+1 and op1 is 1+i, so op1 goes first. */
- return 1;
- if (p0[1] == 'i' && p1[-1] == 'i')
- /* op0 is 1+i and op1 is i+1, so op0 goes first. */
- return -1;
- }
- }
-
- /* Put 1,i before i,1. */
- {
- int i0 = strncmp (op0->args, "i,1", 3) == 0;
- int i1 = strncmp (op1->args, "i,1", 3) == 0;
-
- if (i0 ^ i1)
- return i0 - i1;
- }
-
- /* They are, as far as we can tell, identical.
- Since qsort may have rearranged the table partially, there is
- no way to tell which one was first in the opcode table as
- written, so just say there are equal. */
- /* ??? This is no longer true now that we sort a vector of pointers,
- not the table itself. */
- return 0;
-}
-
-/* Build a hash table from the opcode table.
- OPCODE_TABLE is a sorted list of pointers into the opcode table. */
-
-static void
-build_hash_table (opcode_table, hash_table, num_opcodes)
- const struct sparc_opcode **opcode_table;
- struct opcode_hash **hash_table;
- int num_opcodes;
-{
- register int i;
- int hash_count[HASH_SIZE];
- static struct opcode_hash *hash_buf = NULL;
-
- /* Start at the end of the table and work backwards so that each
- chain is sorted. */
-
- memset (hash_table, 0, HASH_SIZE * sizeof (hash_table[0]));
- memset (hash_count, 0, HASH_SIZE * sizeof (hash_count[0]));
- if (hash_buf != NULL)
- free (hash_buf);
- hash_buf = (struct opcode_hash *) malloc (sizeof (struct opcode_hash) * num_opcodes);
- for (i = num_opcodes - 1; i >= 0; --i)
- {
- register int hash = HASH_INSN (opcode_table[i]->match);
- register struct opcode_hash *h = &hash_buf[i];
- h->next = hash_table[hash];
- h->opcode = opcode_table[i];
- hash_table[hash] = h;
- ++hash_count[hash];
- }
-
-#if 0 /* for debugging */
- {
- int min_count = num_opcodes, max_count = 0;
- int total;
-
- for (i = 0; i < HASH_SIZE; ++i)
- {
- if (hash_count[i] < min_count)
- min_count = hash_count[i];
- if (hash_count[i] > max_count)
- max_count = hash_count[i];
- total += hash_count[i];
- }
-
- printf ("Opcode hash table stats: min %d, max %d, ave %f\n",
- min_count, max_count, (double) total / HASH_SIZE);
- }
-#endif
-}