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/* tc-frv.h -- Header file for tc-frv.c.
Copyright (C) 2002-2016 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GAS, the GNU Assembler.
GAS 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 3, or (at your option)
any later version.
GAS is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
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the Free Software Foundation, 51 Franklin Street - Fifth Floor,
Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA. */
#define TC_FRV
/* The target BFD architecture. */
#define TARGET_ARCH bfd_arch_frv
#define TARGET_FORMAT (frv_md_fdpic_enabled () \
? "elf32-frvfdpic" : "elf32-frv")
extern bfd_boolean frv_md_fdpic_enabled (void);
/* Permit temporary numeric labels. */
#define DIFF_EXPR_OK /* .-foo gets turned into PC relative relocs */
/* We don't need to handle .word strangely. */
/* Values passed to md_apply_fix don't include the symbol value. */
extern void frv_tomcat_workaround (void);
#define md_cleanup frv_tomcat_workaround
#define md_number_to_chars frv_md_number_to_chars
extern void frv_md_number_to_chars (char *, valueT, int);
extern long frv_relax_frag (fragS *, long);
#define md_relax_frag(segment, fragP, stretch) frv_relax_frag(fragP, stretch)
#define tc_fix_adjustable(FIX) frv_fix_adjustable (FIX)
struct fix;
extern bfd_boolean frv_fix_adjustable (struct fix *);
/* When relaxing, we need to emit various relocs we otherwise wouldn't. */
#define TC_FORCE_RELOCATION(fix) frv_force_relocation (fix)
extern int frv_force_relocation (struct fix *);
/* If we simplify subtractions that aren't SUB_SAME or SUB_ABS, we end
up with PCrel fixups, but since we don't have any PCrel relocs, we
crash. Preventing simplification gets us a good, early error. */
void frv_frob_label (symbolS *);
#define tc_frob_label(sym) frv_frob_label(sym)
#define tc_gen_reloc gas_cgen_tc_gen_reloc
#define md_cgen_record_fixup_exp frv_cgen_record_fixup_exp
/* Call md_pcrel_from_section(), not md_pcrel_from(). */
#define MD_PCREL_FROM_SECTION(FIX, SEC) md_pcrel_from_section (FIX, SEC)
extern long md_pcrel_from_section (struct fix *, segT);
/* After all of the symbols have been adjusted, go over the file looking
for any relocations that pic won't support. */
#define tc_frob_file() frv_frob_file ()
extern void frv_frob_file (void);
/* We don't want 0x00 for code alignment because this generates `add.p
gr0, gr0, gr0' patterns. Although it's fine as a nop instruction,
it has the VLIW packing bit set, which means if you have a bunch of
them in a row and attempt to execute them, you'll exceed the VLIW
capacity and fail. This also gets GDB confused sometimes, because
it won't set breakpoints in instructions other than the first of a
VLIW pack, so you used to be unable to set a breakpoint in the
initial instruction of a function that followed such
alignment-introduced instructions.
We could have arranged to emit `nop' instructions (0x80880000),
maybe even VLIW-pack sequences of nop instructions as much as
possible for the selected machine type, just in case the alignment
code actually happens to run, but this is probably too much effort
for little gain. This code is not meant to be run anyway, so just
emit nops. */
#define MAX_MEM_FOR_RS_ALIGN_CODE (3 + 4)
#define HANDLE_ALIGN(FRAGP) do \
if ((FRAGP)->fr_type == rs_align_code) \
{ \
valueT count = ((FRAGP)->fr_next->fr_address \
- ((FRAGP)->fr_address + (FRAGP)->fr_fix)); \
char *dest = (FRAGP)->fr_literal + (FRAGP)->fr_fix; \
if ((count & 3) != 0) \
{ \
memset (dest, 0, (count & 3)); \
(FRAGP)->fr_fix += (count & 3); \
dest += (count & 3); \
count -= (count & 3); \
} \
if (count) \
{ \
(FRAGP)->fr_var = 4; \
*dest++ = 0x80; \
*dest++ = 0x88; \
*dest++ = 0x00; \
*dest++ = 0x00; \
} \
} \
while (0)