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/* tc-m68k.c -- Assemble for the m68k family
Copyright (C) 1987-2016 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
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GAS is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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02110-1301, USA. */
#include "as.h"
#include "safe-ctype.h"
#include "obstack.h"
#include "subsegs.h"
#include "dwarf2dbg.h"
#include "dw2gencfi.h"
#include "opcode/m68k.h"
#include "m68k-parse.h"
#if defined (OBJ_ELF)
#include "elf/m68k.h"
#endif
#ifdef M68KCOFF
#include "obj-coff.h"
#endif
#ifdef OBJ_ELF
static void m68k_elf_cons (int);
#endif
/* This string holds the chars that always start a comment. If the
pre-processor is disabled, these aren't very useful. The macro
tc_comment_chars points to this. We use this, rather than the
usual comment_chars, so that the --bitwise-or option will work. */
#if defined (TE_SVR4) || defined (TE_DELTA)
const char *m68k_comment_chars = "|#";
#else
const char *m68k_comment_chars = "|";
#endif
/* This array holds the chars that only start a comment at the beginning of
a line. If the line seems to have the form '# 123 filename'
.line and .file directives will appear in the pre-processed output */
/* Note that input_file.c hand checks for '#' at the beginning of the
first line of the input file. This is because the compiler outputs
#NO_APP at the beginning of its output. */
/* Also note that comments like this one will always work. */
const char line_comment_chars[] = "#*";
const char line_separator_chars[] = ";";
/* Chars that can be used to separate mant from exp in floating point nums. */
const char EXP_CHARS[] = "eE";
/* Chars that mean this number is a floating point constant, as
in "0f12.456" or "0d1.2345e12". */
const char FLT_CHARS[] = "rRsSfFdDxXeEpP";
/* Also be aware that MAXIMUM_NUMBER_OF_CHARS_FOR_FLOAT may have to be
changed in read.c . Ideally it shouldn't have to know about it at all,
but nothing is ideal around here. */
/* Are we trying to generate PIC code? If so, absolute references
ought to be made into linkage table references or pc-relative
references. Not implemented. For ELF there are other means
to denote pic relocations. */
int flag_want_pic;
static int flag_short_refs; /* -l option. */
static int flag_long_jumps; /* -S option. */
static int flag_keep_pcrel; /* --pcrel option. */
#ifdef REGISTER_PREFIX_OPTIONAL
int flag_reg_prefix_optional = REGISTER_PREFIX_OPTIONAL;
#else
int flag_reg_prefix_optional;
#endif
/* Whether --register-prefix-optional was used on the command line. */
static int reg_prefix_optional_seen;
/* The floating point coprocessor to use by default. */
static enum m68k_register m68k_float_copnum = COP1;
/* If this is non-zero, then references to number(%pc) will be taken
to refer to number, rather than to %pc + number. */
static int m68k_abspcadd;
/* If this is non-zero, then the quick forms of the move, add, and sub
instructions are used when possible. */
static int m68k_quick = 1;
/* If this is non-zero, then if the size is not specified for a base
or outer displacement, the assembler assumes that the size should
be 32 bits. */
static int m68k_rel32 = 1;
/* This is non-zero if m68k_rel32 was set from the command line. */
static int m68k_rel32_from_cmdline;
/* The default width to use for an index register when using a base
displacement. */
static enum m68k_size m68k_index_width_default = SIZE_LONG;
/* We want to warn if any text labels are misaligned. In order to get
the right line number, we need to record the line number for each
label. */
struct label_line
{
struct label_line *next;
symbolS *label;
const char *file;
unsigned int line;
int text;
};
/* The list of labels. */
static struct label_line *labels;
/* The current label. */
static struct label_line *current_label;
/* Pointer to list holding the opcodes sorted by name. */
static struct m68k_opcode const ** m68k_sorted_opcodes;
/* Its an arbitrary name: This means I don't approve of it.
See flames below. */
static struct obstack robyn;
struct m68k_incant
{
const char *m_operands;
unsigned long m_opcode;
short m_opnum;
short m_codenum;
int m_arch;
struct m68k_incant *m_next;
};
#define getone(x) ((((x)->m_opcode)>>16)&0xffff)
#define gettwo(x) (((x)->m_opcode)&0xffff)
static const enum m68k_register m68000_ctrl[] = { 0 };
static const enum m68k_register m68010_ctrl[] = {
SFC, DFC, USP, VBR,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register m68020_ctrl[] = {
SFC, DFC, USP, VBR, CACR, CAAR, MSP, ISP,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register m68040_ctrl[] = {
SFC, DFC, CACR, TC, ITT0, ITT1, DTT0, DTT1,
USP, VBR, MSP, ISP, MMUSR, URP, SRP,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register m68060_ctrl[] = {
SFC, DFC, CACR, TC, ITT0, ITT1, DTT0, DTT1, BUSCR,
USP, VBR, URP, SRP, PCR,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf_ctrl[] = {
CACR, TC, ACR0, ACR1, ACR2, ACR3, VBR, ROMBAR,
RAMBAR0, RAMBAR1, RAMBAR, MBAR,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf51_ctrl[] = {
VBR, CPUCR,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5206_ctrl[] = {
CACR, ACR0, ACR1, VBR, RAMBAR0, RAMBAR_ALT, MBAR,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5208_ctrl[] = {
CACR, ACR0, ACR1, VBR, RAMBAR, RAMBAR1,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5210a_ctrl[] = {
VBR, CACR, ACR0, ACR1, ROMBAR, RAMBAR, RAMBAR1, MBAR,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5213_ctrl[] = {
VBR, RAMBAR, RAMBAR1, FLASHBAR,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5216_ctrl[] = {
VBR, CACR, ACR0, ACR1, FLASHBAR, RAMBAR, RAMBAR1,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5221x_ctrl[] = {
VBR, FLASHBAR, RAMBAR, RAMBAR1,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf52223_ctrl[] = {
VBR, FLASHBAR, RAMBAR, RAMBAR1,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf52235_ctrl[] = {
VBR, FLASHBAR, RAMBAR, RAMBAR1,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5225_ctrl[] = {
VBR, CACR, ACR0, ACR1, FLASHBAR, RAMBAR, MBAR, RAMBAR1,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf52259_ctrl[] = {
VBR, FLASHBAR, RAMBAR, RAMBAR1,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf52277_ctrl[] = {
VBR, CACR, ACR0, ACR1, RAMBAR, RAMBAR1,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5235_ctrl[] = {
VBR, CACR, ACR0, ACR1, RAMBAR, RAMBAR1,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5249_ctrl[] = {
VBR, CACR, ACR0, ACR1, RAMBAR0, RAMBAR1, RAMBAR, MBAR, MBAR2,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5250_ctrl[] = {
VBR,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5253_ctrl[] = {
VBR, CACR, ACR0, ACR1, RAMBAR0, RAMBAR1, RAMBAR, MBAR, MBAR2,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5271_ctrl[] = {
VBR, CACR, ACR0, ACR1, RAMBAR, RAMBAR1,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5272_ctrl[] = {
VBR, CACR, ACR0, ACR1, ROMBAR, RAMBAR_ALT, RAMBAR0, MBAR,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5275_ctrl[] = {
VBR, CACR, ACR0, ACR1, RAMBAR, RAMBAR1,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5282_ctrl[] = {
VBR, CACR, ACR0, ACR1, FLASHBAR, RAMBAR, RAMBAR1,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf53017_ctrl[] = {
VBR, CACR, ACR0, ACR1, RAMBAR, RAMBAR1,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5307_ctrl[] = {
VBR, CACR, ACR0, ACR1, RAMBAR0, RAMBAR_ALT, MBAR,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5329_ctrl[] = {
VBR, CACR, ACR0, ACR1, RAMBAR, RAMBAR1,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5373_ctrl[] = {
VBR, CACR, ACR0, ACR1, RAMBAR, RAMBAR1,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcfv4e_ctrl[] = {
CACR, ASID, ACR0, ACR1, ACR2, ACR3, MMUBAR,
VBR, PC, ROMBAR0, ROMBAR1, RAMBAR0, RAMBAR1,
MBAR, SECMBAR,
MPCR /* Multiprocessor Control register */,
EDRAMBAR /* Embedded DRAM Base Address Register */,
/* Permutation control registers. */
PCR1U0, PCR1L0, PCR1U1, PCR1L1, PCR2U0, PCR2L0, PCR2U1, PCR2L1,
PCR3U0, PCR3L0, PCR3U1, PCR3L1,
/* Legacy names */
TC /* ASID */, BUSCR /* MMUBAR */,
ITT0 /* ACR0 */, ITT1 /* ACR1 */, DTT0 /* ACR2 */, DTT1 /* ACR3 */,
MBAR1 /* MBAR */, MBAR2 /* SECMBAR */, MBAR0 /* SECMBAR */,
ROMBAR /* ROMBAR0 */, RAMBAR /* RAMBAR1 */,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5407_ctrl[] = {
CACR, ASID, ACR0, ACR1, ACR2, ACR3,
VBR, PC, RAMBAR0, RAMBAR1, MBAR,
/* Legacy names */
TC /* ASID */,
ITT0 /* ACR0 */, ITT1 /* ACR1 */, DTT0 /* ACR2 */, DTT1 /* ACR3 */,
MBAR1 /* MBAR */, RAMBAR /* RAMBAR1 */,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf54418_ctrl[] = {
CACR, ASID, ACR0, ACR1, ACR2, ACR3, ACR4, ACR5, ACR6, ACR7, MMUBAR, RGPIOBAR,
VBR, PC, RAMBAR1,
/* Legacy names */
TC /* ASID */, BUSCR /* MMUBAR */,
ITT0 /* ACR0 */, ITT1 /* ACR1 */, DTT0 /* ACR2 */, DTT1 /* ACR3 */,
RAMBAR /* RAMBAR1 */,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf54455_ctrl[] = {
CACR, ASID, ACR0, ACR1, ACR2, ACR3, MMUBAR,
VBR, PC, RAMBAR1,
/* Legacy names */
TC /* ASID */, BUSCR /* MMUBAR */,
ITT0 /* ACR0 */, ITT1 /* ACR1 */, DTT0 /* ACR2 */, DTT1 /* ACR3 */,
RAMBAR /* RAMBAR1 */,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5475_ctrl[] = {
CACR, ASID, ACR0, ACR1, ACR2, ACR3, MMUBAR,
VBR, PC, RAMBAR0, RAMBAR1, MBAR,
/* Legacy names */
TC /* ASID */, BUSCR /* MMUBAR */,
ITT0 /* ACR0 */, ITT1 /* ACR1 */, DTT0 /* ACR2 */, DTT1 /* ACR3 */,
MBAR1 /* MBAR */, RAMBAR /* RAMBAR1 */,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register mcf5485_ctrl[] = {
CACR, ASID, ACR0, ACR1, ACR2, ACR3, MMUBAR,
VBR, PC, RAMBAR0, RAMBAR1, MBAR,
/* Legacy names */
TC /* ASID */, BUSCR /* MMUBAR */,
ITT0 /* ACR0 */, ITT1 /* ACR1 */, DTT0 /* ACR2 */, DTT1 /* ACR3 */,
MBAR1 /* MBAR */, RAMBAR /* RAMBAR1 */,
0
};
static const enum m68k_register fido_ctrl[] = {
SFC, DFC, USP, VBR, CAC, MBO,
0
};
#define cpu32_ctrl m68010_ctrl
static const enum m68k_register *control_regs;
/* Internal form of a 68020 instruction. */
struct m68k_it
{
const char *error;
const char *args; /* List of opcode info. */
int numargs;
int numo; /* Number of shorts in opcode. */
short opcode[11];
struct m68k_op operands[6];
int nexp; /* Number of exprs in use. */
struct m68k_exp exprs[4];
int nfrag; /* Number of frags we have to produce. */
struct
{
int fragoff; /* Where in the current opcode the frag ends. */
symbolS *fadd;
offsetT foff;
int fragty;
}
fragb[4];
int nrel; /* Num of reloc strucs in use. */
struct
{
int n;
expressionS exp;
char wid;
char pcrel;
/* In a pc relative address the difference between the address
of the offset and the address that the offset is relative
to. This depends on the addressing mode. Basically this
is the value to put in the offset field to address the
first byte of the offset, without regarding the special
significance of some values (in the branch instruction, for
example). */
int pcrel_fix;
#ifdef OBJ_ELF
/* Whether this expression needs special pic relocation, and if
so, which. */
enum pic_relocation pic_reloc;
#endif
}
reloc[5]; /* Five is enough??? */
};
#define cpu_of_arch(x) ((x) & (m68000up | mcfisa_a | fido_a))
#define float_of_arch(x) ((x) & mfloat)
#define mmu_of_arch(x) ((x) & mmmu)
#define arch_coldfire_p(x) ((x) & mcfisa_a)
#define arch_coldfire_fpu(x) ((x) & cfloat)
/* Macros for determining if cpu supports a specific addressing mode. */
#define HAVE_LONG_DISP(x) \
((x) & (m68020|m68030|m68040|m68060|cpu32|fido_a|mcfisa_b|mcfisa_c))
#define HAVE_LONG_CALL(x) \
((x) & (m68020|m68030|m68040|m68060|cpu32|fido_a|mcfisa_b|mcfisa_c))
#define HAVE_LONG_COND(x) \
((x) & (m68020|m68030|m68040|m68060|cpu32|fido_a|mcfisa_b|mcfisa_c))
#define HAVE_LONG_BRANCH(x) \
((x) & (m68020|m68030|m68040|m68060|cpu32|fido_a|mcfisa_b))
#define LONG_BRANCH_VIA_COND(x) (HAVE_LONG_COND(x) && !HAVE_LONG_BRANCH(x))
static struct m68k_it the_ins; /* The instruction being assembled. */
#define op(ex) ((ex)->exp.X_op)
#define adds(ex) ((ex)->exp.X_add_symbol)
#define subs(ex) ((ex)->exp.X_op_symbol)
#define offs(ex) ((ex)->exp.X_add_number)
/* Macros for adding things to the m68k_it struct. */
#define addword(w) (the_ins.opcode[the_ins.numo++] = (w))
/* Like addword, but goes BEFORE general operands. */
static void
insop (int w, const struct m68k_incant *opcode)
{
int z;
for (z = the_ins.numo; z > opcode->m_codenum; --z)
the_ins.opcode[z] = the_ins.opcode[z - 1];
for (z = 0; z < the_ins.nrel; z++)
the_ins.reloc[z].n += 2;
for (z = 0; z < the_ins.nfrag; z++)
the_ins.fragb[z].fragoff++;
the_ins.opcode[opcode->m_codenum] = w;
the_ins.numo++;
}
/* The numo+1 kludge is so we can hit the low order byte of the prev word.
Blecch. */
static void
add_fix (int width, struct m68k_exp *exp, int pc_rel, int pc_fix)
{
the_ins.reloc[the_ins.nrel].n = (width == 'B' || width == '3'
? the_ins.numo * 2 - 1
: (width == 'b'
? the_ins.numo * 2 + 1
: the_ins.numo * 2));
the_ins.reloc[the_ins.nrel].exp = exp->exp;
the_ins.reloc[the_ins.nrel].wid = width;
the_ins.reloc[the_ins.nrel].pcrel_fix = pc_fix;
#ifdef OBJ_ELF
the_ins.reloc[the_ins.nrel].pic_reloc = exp->pic_reloc;
#endif
the_ins.reloc[the_ins.nrel++].pcrel = pc_rel;
}
/* Cause an extra frag to be generated here, inserting up to 10 bytes
(that value is chosen in the frag_var call in md_assemble). TYPE
is the subtype of the frag to be generated; its primary type is
rs_machine_dependent.
The TYPE parameter is also used by md_convert_frag_1 and
md_estimate_size_before_relax. The appropriate type of fixup will
be emitted by md_convert_frag_1.
ADD becomes the FR_SYMBOL field of the frag, and OFF the FR_OFFSET. */
static void
add_frag (symbolS *add, offsetT off, int type)
{
the_ins.fragb[the_ins.nfrag].fragoff = the_ins.numo;
the_ins.fragb[the_ins.nfrag].fadd = add;
the_ins.fragb[the_ins.nfrag].foff = off;
the_ins.fragb[the_ins.nfrag++].fragty = type;
}
#define isvar(ex) \
(op (ex) != O_constant && op (ex) != O_big)
static char *crack_operand (char *str, struct m68k_op *opP);
static int get_num (struct m68k_exp *exp, int ok);
static int reverse_16_bits (int in);
static int reverse_8_bits (int in);
static void install_gen_operand (int mode, int val);
static void install_operand (int mode, int val);
static void s_bss (int);
static void s_data1 (int);
static void s_data2 (int);
static void s_even (int);
static void s_proc (int);
static void s_chip (int);
static void s_fopt (int);
static void s_opt (int);
static void s_reg (int);
static void s_restore (int);
static void s_save (int);
static void s_mri_if (int);
static void s_mri_else (int);
static void s_mri_endi (int);
static void s_mri_break (int);
static void s_mri_next (int);
static void s_mri_for (int);
static void s_mri_endf (int);
static void s_mri_repeat (int);
static void s_mri_until (int);
static void s_mri_while (int);
static void s_mri_endw (int);
static void s_m68k_cpu (int);
static void s_m68k_arch (int);
struct m68k_cpu
{
unsigned long arch; /* Architecture features. */
const enum m68k_register *control_regs; /* Control regs on chip */
const char *name; /* Name */
int alias; /* Alias for a cannonical name. If 1, then
succeeds canonical name, if -1 then
succeeds canonical name, if <-1 ||>1 this is a
deprecated name, and the next/previous name
should be used. */
};
/* We hold flags for features explicitly enabled and explicitly
disabled. */
static int current_architecture;
static int not_current_architecture;
static const struct m68k_cpu *selected_arch;
static const struct m68k_cpu *selected_cpu;
static int initialized;
/* Architecture models. */
static const struct m68k_cpu m68k_archs[] =
{
{m68000, m68000_ctrl, "68000", 0},
{m68010, m68010_ctrl, "68010", 0},
{m68020|m68881|m68851, m68020_ctrl, "68020", 0},
{m68030|m68881|m68851, m68020_ctrl, "68030", 0},
{m68040, m68040_ctrl, "68040", 0},
{m68060, m68060_ctrl, "68060", 0},
{cpu32|m68881, cpu32_ctrl, "cpu32", 0},
{fido_a, fido_ctrl, "fidoa", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfhwdiv, NULL, "isaa", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfhwdiv|mcfisa_aa|mcfusp, NULL, "isaaplus", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfhwdiv|mcfisa_b|mcfusp, NULL, "isab", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfhwdiv|mcfisa_c|mcfusp, NULL, "isac", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfhwdiv|mcfisa_b|mcfmac|mcfusp, mcf_ctrl, "cfv4", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfhwdiv|mcfisa_b|mcfemac|mcfusp|cfloat, mcfv4e_ctrl, "cfv4e", 0},
{0,0,NULL, 0}
};
/* For -mno-mac we want to turn off all types of mac. */
static const unsigned no_mac = mcfmac | mcfemac;
/* Architecture extensions, here 'alias' -1 for m68k, +1 for cf and 0
for either. */
static const struct m68k_cpu m68k_extensions[] =
{
{m68851, NULL, "68851", -1},
{m68881, NULL, "68881", -1},
{m68881, NULL, "68882", -1},
{cfloat|m68881, NULL, "float", 0},
{mcfhwdiv, NULL, "div", 1},
{mcfusp, NULL, "usp", 1},
{mcfmac, (void *)&no_mac, "mac", 1},
{mcfemac, NULL, "emac", 1},
{0,NULL,NULL, 0}
};
/* Processor list */
static const struct m68k_cpu m68k_cpus[] =
{
{m68000, m68000_ctrl, "68000", 0},
{m68000, m68000_ctrl, "68ec000", 1},
{m68000, m68000_ctrl, "68hc000", 1},
{m68000, m68000_ctrl, "68hc001", 1},
{m68000, m68000_ctrl, "68008", 1},
{m68000, m68000_ctrl, "68302", 1},
{m68000, m68000_ctrl, "68306", 1},
{m68000, m68000_ctrl, "68307", 1},
{m68000, m68000_ctrl, "68322", 1},
{m68000, m68000_ctrl, "68356", 1},
{m68010, m68010_ctrl, "68010", 0},
{m68020|m68881|m68851, m68020_ctrl, "68020", 0},
{m68020|m68881|m68851, m68020_ctrl, "68k", 1},
{m68020|m68881|m68851, m68020_ctrl, "68ec020", 1},
{m68030|m68881|m68851, m68020_ctrl, "68030", 0},
{m68030|m68881|m68851, m68020_ctrl, "68ec030", 1},
{m68040, m68040_ctrl, "68040", 0},
{m68040, m68040_ctrl, "68ec040", 1},
{m68060, m68060_ctrl, "68060", 0},
{m68060, m68060_ctrl, "68ec060", 1},
{cpu32|m68881, cpu32_ctrl, "cpu32", 0},
{cpu32|m68881, cpu32_ctrl, "68330", 1},
{cpu32|m68881, cpu32_ctrl, "68331", 1},
{cpu32|m68881, cpu32_ctrl, "68332", 1},
{cpu32|m68881, cpu32_ctrl, "68333", 1},
{cpu32|m68881, cpu32_ctrl, "68334", 1},
{cpu32|m68881, cpu32_ctrl, "68336", 1},
{cpu32|m68881, cpu32_ctrl, "68340", 1},
{cpu32|m68881, cpu32_ctrl, "68341", 1},
{cpu32|m68881, cpu32_ctrl, "68349", 1},
{cpu32|m68881, cpu32_ctrl, "68360", 1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfusp, mcf51_ctrl, "51", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfusp, mcf51_ctrl, "51ac", 1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfusp, mcf51_ctrl, "51ag", 1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfusp, mcf51_ctrl, "51cn", 1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfusp|mcfmac, mcf51_ctrl, "51em", 1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfusp|mcfmac, mcf51_ctrl, "51je", 1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfusp|mcfemac, mcf51_ctrl, "51jf", 1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfusp|mcfemac, mcf51_ctrl, "51jg", 1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfusp, mcf51_ctrl, "51jm", 1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfusp|mcfmac, mcf51_ctrl, "51mm", 1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfusp, mcf51_ctrl, "51qe", 1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfusp|mcfemac, mcf51_ctrl, "51qm", 1},
{mcfisa_a, mcf_ctrl, "5200", 0},
{mcfisa_a, mcf_ctrl, "5202", 1},
{mcfisa_a, mcf_ctrl, "5204", 1},
{mcfisa_a, mcf5206_ctrl, "5206", 1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfhwdiv|mcfmac, mcf5206_ctrl, "5206e", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5208_ctrl, "5207", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5208_ctrl, "5208", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfmac|mcfusp, mcf5210a_ctrl, "5210a", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfmac|mcfusp, mcf5210a_ctrl, "5211a", 1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfmac|mcfusp, mcf5213_ctrl, "5211", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfmac|mcfusp, mcf5213_ctrl, "5212", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfmac|mcfusp, mcf5213_ctrl, "5213", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5216_ctrl, "5214", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5216_ctrl, "5216", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5216_ctrl, "521x", 2},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfmac|mcfusp, mcf5221x_ctrl, "5221x", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfmac|mcfusp, mcf52223_ctrl, "52221", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfmac|mcfusp, mcf52223_ctrl, "52223", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf52235_ctrl, "52230", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf52235_ctrl, "52233", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf52235_ctrl, "52234", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf52235_ctrl, "52235", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfmac|mcfusp, mcf5225_ctrl, "5224", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfmac|mcfusp, mcf5225_ctrl, "5225", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf52277_ctrl, "52274", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf52277_ctrl, "52277", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5235_ctrl, "5232", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5235_ctrl, "5233", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5235_ctrl, "5234", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5235_ctrl, "5235", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5235_ctrl, "523x", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac, mcf5249_ctrl, "5249", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac, mcf5250_ctrl, "5250", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac, mcf5253_ctrl, "5253", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf52259_ctrl, "52252", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf52259_ctrl, "52254", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf52259_ctrl, "52255", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf52259_ctrl, "52256", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf52259_ctrl, "52258", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf52259_ctrl, "52259", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5271_ctrl, "5270", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5271_ctrl, "5271", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfhwdiv|mcfmac, mcf5272_ctrl, "5272", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5275_ctrl, "5274", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5275_ctrl, "5275", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5282_ctrl, "5280", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5282_ctrl, "5281", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5282_ctrl, "5282", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5282_ctrl, "528x", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf53017_ctrl, "53011", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf53017_ctrl, "53012", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf53017_ctrl, "53013", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf53017_ctrl, "53014", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf53017_ctrl, "53015", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf53017_ctrl, "53016", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf53017_ctrl, "53017", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfhwdiv|mcfmac, mcf5307_ctrl, "5307", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5329_ctrl, "5327", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5329_ctrl, "5328", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5329_ctrl, "5329", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5329_ctrl, "532x", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5373_ctrl, "5372", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5373_ctrl, "5373", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_aa|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf5373_ctrl, "537x", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_b|mcfhwdiv|mcfmac, mcf5407_ctrl, "5407",0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf54418_ctrl, "54410", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf54418_ctrl, "54415", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf54418_ctrl, "54416", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf54418_ctrl, "54417", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf54418_ctrl, "54418", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf54455_ctrl, "54450", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf54455_ctrl, "54451", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf54455_ctrl, "54452", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf54455_ctrl, "54453", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf54455_ctrl, "54454", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_c|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp, mcf54455_ctrl, "54455", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_b|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp|cfloat, mcf5475_ctrl, "5470", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_b|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp|cfloat, mcf5475_ctrl, "5471", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_b|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp|cfloat, mcf5475_ctrl, "5472", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_b|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp|cfloat, mcf5475_ctrl, "5473", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_b|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp|cfloat, mcf5475_ctrl, "5474", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_b|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp|cfloat, mcf5475_ctrl, "5475", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_b|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp|cfloat, mcf5475_ctrl, "547x", 0},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_b|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp|cfloat, mcf5485_ctrl, "5480", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_b|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp|cfloat, mcf5485_ctrl, "5481", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_b|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp|cfloat, mcf5485_ctrl, "5482", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_b|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp|cfloat, mcf5485_ctrl, "5483", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_b|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp|cfloat, mcf5485_ctrl, "5484", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_b|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp|cfloat, mcf5485_ctrl, "5485", -1},
{mcfisa_a|mcfisa_b|mcfhwdiv|mcfemac|mcfusp|cfloat, mcf5485_ctrl, "548x", 0},
{fido_a, fido_ctrl, "fidoa", 0},
{fido_a, fido_ctrl, "fido", 1},
{0,NULL,NULL, 0}
};
static const struct m68k_cpu *m68k_lookup_cpu
(const char *, const struct m68k_cpu *, int, int *);
static int m68k_set_arch (const char *, int, int);
static int m68k_set_cpu (const char *, int, int);
static int m68k_set_extension (const char *, int, int);
static void m68k_init_arch (void);
/* This is the assembler relaxation table for m68k. m68k is a rich CISC
architecture and we have a lot of relaxation modes. */
/* Macros used in the relaxation code. */
#define TAB(x,y) (((x) << 2) + (y))
#define TABTYPE(x) ((x) >> 2)
/* Relaxation states. */
#define BYTE 0
#define SHORT 1
#define LONG 2
#define SZ_UNDEF 3
/* Here are all the relaxation modes we support. First we can relax ordinary
branches. On 68020 and higher and on CPU32 all branch instructions take
three forms, so on these CPUs all branches always remain as such. When we
have to expand to the LONG form on a 68000, though, we substitute an
absolute jump instead. This is a direct replacement for unconditional
branches and a branch over a jump for conditional branches. However, if the
user requires PIC and disables this with --pcrel, we can only relax between
BYTE and SHORT forms, punting if that isn't enough. This gives us four
different relaxation modes for branches: */
#define BRANCHBWL 0 /* Branch byte, word, or long. */
#define BRABSJUNC 1 /* Absolute jump for LONG, unconditional. */
#define BRABSJCOND 2 /* Absolute jump for LONG, conditional. */
#define BRANCHBW 3 /* Branch byte or word. */
/* We also relax coprocessor branches and DBcc's. All CPUs that support
coprocessor branches support them in word and long forms, so we have only
one relaxation mode for them. DBcc's are word only on all CPUs. We can
relax them to the LONG form with a branch-around sequence. This sequence
can use a long branch (if available) or an absolute jump (if acceptable).
This gives us two relaxation modes. If long branches are not available and
absolute jumps are not acceptable, we don't relax DBcc's. */
#define FBRANCH 4 /* Coprocessor branch. */
#define DBCCLBR 5 /* DBcc relaxable with a long branch. */
#define DBCCABSJ 6 /* DBcc relaxable with an absolute jump. */
/* That's all for instruction relaxation. However, we also relax PC-relative
operands. Specifically, we have three operand relaxation modes. On the
68000 PC-relative operands can only be 16-bit, but on 68020 and higher and
on CPU32 they may be 16-bit or 32-bit. For the latter we relax between the
two. Also PC+displacement+index operands in their simple form (with a non-
suppressed index without memory indirection) are supported on all CPUs, but
on the 68000 the displacement can be 8-bit only, whereas on 68020 and higher
and on CPU32 we relax it to SHORT and LONG forms as well using the extended
form of the PC+displacement+index operand. Finally, some absolute operands
can be relaxed down to 16-bit PC-relative. */
#define PCREL1632 7 /* 16-bit or 32-bit PC-relative. */
#define PCINDEX 8 /* PC + displacement + index. */
#define ABSTOPCREL 9 /* Absolute relax down to 16-bit PC-relative. */
/* This relaxation is required for branches where there is no long
branch and we are in pcrel mode. We generate a bne/beq pair. */
#define BRANCHBWPL 10 /* Branch byte, word or pair of longs
*/
/* Note that calls to frag_var need to specify the maximum expansion
needed; this is currently 12 bytes for bne/beq pair. */
#define FRAG_VAR_SIZE 12
/* The fields are:
How far Forward this mode will reach:
How far Backward this mode will reach:
How many bytes this mode will add to the size of the frag
Which mode to go to if the offset won't fit in this one
Please check tc-m68k.h:md_prepare_relax_scan if changing this table. */
relax_typeS md_relax_table[] =
{
{ 127, -128, 0, TAB (BRANCHBWL, SHORT) },
{ 32767, -32768, 2, TAB (BRANCHBWL, LONG) },
{ 0, 0, 4, 0 },
{ 1, 1, 0, 0 },
{ 127, -128, 0, TAB (BRABSJUNC, SHORT) },
{ 32767, -32768, 2, TAB (BRABSJUNC, LONG) },
{ 0, 0, 4, 0 },
{ 1, 1, 0, 0 },
{ 127, -128, 0, TAB (BRABSJCOND, SHORT) },
{ 32767, -32768, 2, TAB (BRABSJCOND, LONG) },
{ 0, 0, 6, 0 },
{ 1, 1, 0, 0 },
{ 127, -128, 0, TAB (BRANCHBW, SHORT) },
{ 0, 0, 2, 0 },
{ 1, 1, 0, 0 },
{ 1, 1, 0, 0 },
{ 1, 1, 0, 0 }, /* FBRANCH doesn't come BYTE. */
{ 32767, -32768, 2, TAB (FBRANCH, LONG) },
{ 0, 0, 4, 0 },
{ 1, 1, 0, 0 },
{ 1, 1, 0, 0 }, /* DBCC doesn't come BYTE. */
{ 32767, -32768, 2, TAB (DBCCLBR, LONG) },
{ 0, 0, 10, 0 },
{ 1, 1, 0, 0 },
{ 1, 1, 0, 0 }, /* DBCC doesn't come BYTE. */
{ 32767, -32768, 2, TAB (DBCCABSJ, LONG) },
{ 0, 0, 10, 0 },
{ 1, 1, 0, 0 },
{ 1, 1, 0, 0 }, /* PCREL1632 doesn't come BYTE. */
{ 32767, -32768, 2, TAB (PCREL1632, LONG) },
{ 0, 0, 6, 0 },
{ 1, 1, 0, 0 },
{ 125, -130, 0, TAB (PCINDEX, SHORT) },
{ 32765, -32770, 2, TAB (PCINDEX, LONG) },
{ 0, 0, 4, 0 },
{ 1, 1, 0, 0 },
{ 1, 1, 0, 0 }, /* ABSTOPCREL doesn't come BYTE. */
{ 32767, -32768, 2, TAB (ABSTOPCREL, LONG) },
{ 0, 0, 4, 0 },
{ 1, 1, 0, 0 },
{ 127, -128, 0, TAB (BRANCHBWPL, SHORT) },
{ 32767, -32768, 2, TAB (BRANCHBWPL, LONG) },
{ 0, 0, 10, 0 },
{ 1, 1, 0, 0 },
};
/* These are the machine dependent pseudo-ops. These are included so
the assembler can work on the output from the SUN C compiler, which
generates these. */
/* This table describes all the machine specific pseudo-ops the assembler
has to support. The fields are:
pseudo-op name without dot
function to call to execute this pseudo-op
Integer arg to pass to the function. */
const pseudo_typeS md_pseudo_table[] =
{
{"data1", s_data1, 0},
{"data2", s_data2, 0},
{"bss", s_bss, 0},
{"even", s_even, 0},
{"skip", s_space, 0},
{"proc", s_proc, 0},
#if defined (TE_SUN3) || defined (OBJ_ELF)
{"align", s_align_bytes, 0},
#endif
#ifdef OBJ_ELF
{"swbeg", s_ignore, 0},
{"long", m68k_elf_cons, 4},
#endif
{"extend", float_cons, 'x'},
{"ldouble", float_cons, 'x'},
{"arch", s_m68k_arch, 0},
{"cpu", s_m68k_cpu, 0},
/* The following pseudo-ops are supported for MRI compatibility. */
{"chip", s_chip, 0},
{"comline", s_space, 1},
{"fopt", s_fopt, 0},
{"mask2", s_ignore, 0},
{"opt", s_opt, 0},
{"reg", s_reg, 0},
{"restore", s_restore, 0},
{"save", s_save, 0},
{"if", s_mri_if, 0},
{"if.b", s_mri_if, 'b'},
{"if.w", s_mri_if, 'w'},
{"if.l", s_mri_if, 'l'},
{"else", s_mri_else, 0},
{"else.s", s_mri_else, 's'},
{"else.l", s_mri_else, 'l'},
{"endi", s_mri_endi, 0},
{"break", s_mri_break, 0},
{"break.s", s_mri_break, 's'},
{"break.l", s_mri_break, 'l'},
{"next", s_mri_next, 0},
{"next.s", s_mri_next, 's'},
{"next.l", s_mri_next, 'l'},
{"for", s_mri_for, 0},
{"for.b", s_mri_for, 'b'},
{"for.w", s_mri_for, 'w'},
{"for.l", s_mri_for, 'l'},
{"endf", s_mri_endf, 0},
{"repeat", s_mri_repeat, 0},
{"until", s_mri_until, 0},
{"until.b", s_mri_until, 'b'},
{"until.w", s_mri_until, 'w'},
{"until.l", s_mri_until, 'l'},
{"while", s_mri_while, 0},
{"while.b", s_mri_while, 'b'},
{"while.w", s_mri_while, 'w'},
{"while.l", s_mri_while, 'l'},
{"endw", s_mri_endw, 0},
{0, 0, 0}
};
/* The mote pseudo ops are put into the opcode table, since they
don't start with a . they look like opcodes to gas. */
const pseudo_typeS mote_pseudo_table[] =
{
{"dcl", cons, 4},
{"dc", cons, 2},
{"dcw", cons, 2},
{"dcb", cons, 1},
{"dsl", s_space, 4},
{"ds", s_space, 2},
{"dsw", s_space, 2},
{"dsb", s_space, 1},
{"xdef", s_globl, 0},
#ifdef OBJ_ELF
{"align", s_align_bytes, 0},
#else
{"align", s_align_ptwo, 0},
#endif
#ifdef M68KCOFF
{"sect", obj_coff_section, 0},
{"section", obj_coff_section, 0},
#endif
{0, 0, 0}
};
/* Truncate and sign-extend at 32 bits, so that building on a 64-bit host
gives identical results to a 32-bit host. */
#define TRUNC(X) ((valueT) (X) & 0xffffffff)
#define SEXT(X) ((TRUNC (X) ^ 0x80000000) - 0x80000000)
#define issbyte(x) ((valueT) SEXT (x) + 0x80 < 0x100)
#define isubyte(x) ((valueT) TRUNC (x) < 0x100)
#define issword(x) ((valueT) SEXT (x) + 0x8000 < 0x10000)
#define isuword(x) ((valueT) TRUNC (x) < 0x10000)
#define isbyte(x) ((valueT) SEXT (x) + 0xff < 0x1ff)
#define isword(x) ((valueT) SEXT (x) + 0xffff < 0x1ffff)
#define islong(x) (1)
static char notend_table[256];
static char alt_notend_table[256];
#define notend(s) \
(! (notend_table[(unsigned char) *s] \
|| (*s == ':' \
&& alt_notend_table[(unsigned char) s[1]])))
#ifdef OBJ_ELF
/* Return zero if the reference to SYMBOL from within the same segment may
be relaxed. */
/* On an ELF system, we can't relax an externally visible symbol,
because it may be overridden by a shared library. However, if
TARGET_OS is "elf", then we presume that we are assembling for an
embedded system, in which case we don't have to worry about shared
libraries, and we can relax any external sym. */
#define relaxable_symbol(symbol) \
(!((S_IS_EXTERNAL (symbol) && EXTERN_FORCE_RELOC) \
|| S_IS_WEAK (symbol)))
/* Compute the relocation code for a fixup of SIZE bytes, using pc
relative relocation if PCREL is non-zero. PIC says whether a special
pic relocation was requested. */
static bfd_reloc_code_real_type
get_reloc_code (int size, int pcrel, enum pic_relocation pic)
{
switch (pic)
{
case pic_got_pcrel:
switch (size)
{
case 1:
return BFD_RELOC_8_GOT_PCREL;
case 2:
return BFD_RELOC_16_GOT_PCREL;
case 4:
return BFD_RELOC_32_GOT_PCREL;
}
break;
case pic_got_off:
switch (size)
{
case 1:
return BFD_RELOC_8_GOTOFF;
case 2:
return BFD_RELOC_16_GOTOFF;
case 4:
return BFD_RELOC_32_GOTOFF;
}
break;
case pic_plt_pcrel:
switch (size)
{
case 1:
return BFD_RELOC_8_PLT_PCREL;
case 2:
return BFD_RELOC_16_PLT_PCREL;
case 4:
return BFD_RELOC_32_PLT_PCREL;
}
break;
case pic_plt_off:
switch (size)
{
case 1:
return BFD_RELOC_8_PLTOFF;
case 2:
return BFD_RELOC_16_PLTOFF;
case 4:
return BFD_RELOC_32_PLTOFF;
}
break;
case pic_tls_gd:
switch (size)
{
case 1:
return BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_GD8;
case 2:
return BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_GD16;
case 4:
return BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_GD32;
}
break;
case pic_tls_ldm:
switch (size)
{
case 1:
return BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LDM8;
case 2:
return BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LDM16;
case 4:
return BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LDM32;
}
break;
case pic_tls_ldo:
switch (size)
{
case 1:
return BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LDO8;
case 2:
return BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LDO16;
case 4:
return BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LDO32;
}
break;
case pic_tls_ie:
switch (size)
{
case 1:
return BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_IE8;
case 2:
return BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_IE16;
case 4:
return BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_IE32;
}
break;
case pic_tls_le:
switch (size)
{
case 1:
return BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LE8;
case 2:
return BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LE16;
case 4:
return BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LE32;
}
break;
case pic_none:
if (pcrel)
{
switch (size)
{
case 1:
return BFD_RELOC_8_PCREL;
case 2:
return BFD_RELOC_16_PCREL;
case 4:
return BFD_RELOC_32_PCREL;
}
}
else
{
switch (size)
{
case 1:
return BFD_RELOC_8;
case 2:
return BFD_RELOC_16;
case 4:
return BFD_RELOC_32;
}
}
}
if (pcrel)
{
if (pic == pic_none)
as_bad (_("Can not do %d byte pc-relative relocation"), size);
else
as_bad (_("Can not do %d byte pc-relative pic relocation"), size);
}
else
{
if (pic == pic_none)
as_bad (_("Can not do %d byte relocation"), size);
else
as_bad (_("Can not do %d byte pic relocation"), size);
}
return BFD_RELOC_NONE;
}
/* Here we decide which fixups can be adjusted to make them relative
to the beginning of the section instead of the symbol. Basically
we need to make sure that the dynamic relocations are done
correctly, so in some cases we force the original symbol to be
used. */
int
tc_m68k_fix_adjustable (fixS *fixP)
{
/* Adjust_reloc_syms doesn't know about the GOT. */
switch (fixP->fx_r_type)
{
case BFD_RELOC_8_GOT_PCREL:
case BFD_RELOC_16_GOT_PCREL:
case BFD_RELOC_32_GOT_PCREL:
case BFD_RELOC_8_GOTOFF:
case BFD_RELOC_16_GOTOFF:
case BFD_RELOC_32_GOTOFF:
case BFD_RELOC_8_PLT_PCREL:
case BFD_RELOC_16_PLT_PCREL:
case BFD_RELOC_32_PLT_PCREL:
case BFD_RELOC_8_PLTOFF:
case BFD_RELOC_16_PLTOFF:
case BFD_RELOC_32_PLTOFF:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_GD32:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_GD16:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_GD8:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LDM32:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LDM16:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LDM8:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LDO32:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LDO16:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LDO8:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_IE32:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_IE16:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_IE8:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LE32:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LE16:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LE8:
return 0;
case BFD_RELOC_VTABLE_INHERIT:
case BFD_RELOC_VTABLE_ENTRY:
return 0;
default:
return 1;
}
}
#else /* !OBJ_ELF */
#define get_reloc_code(SIZE,PCREL,OTHER) NO_RELOC
/* PR gas/3041 Weak symbols are not relaxable
because they must be treated as extern. */
#define relaxable_symbol(symbol) (!(S_IS_WEAK (symbol)))
#endif /* OBJ_ELF */
arelent *
tc_gen_reloc (asection *section ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, fixS *fixp)
{
arelent *reloc;
bfd_reloc_code_real_type code;
/* If the tcbit is set, then this was a fixup of a negative value
that was never resolved. We do not have a reloc to handle this,
so just return. We assume that other code will have detected this
situation and produced a helpful error message, so we just tell the
user that the reloc cannot be produced. */
if (fixp->fx_tcbit)
{
if (fixp->fx_addsy)
as_bad_where (fixp->fx_file, fixp->fx_line,
_("Unable to produce reloc against symbol '%s'"),
S_GET_NAME (fixp->fx_addsy));
return NULL;
}
if (fixp->fx_r_type != BFD_RELOC_NONE)
{
code = fixp->fx_r_type;
/* Since DIFF_EXPR_OK is defined in tc-m68k.h, it is possible
that fixup_segment converted a non-PC relative reloc into a
PC relative reloc. In such a case, we need to convert the
reloc code. */
if (fixp->fx_pcrel)
{
switch (code)
{
case BFD_RELOC_8:
code = BFD_RELOC_8_PCREL;
break;
case BFD_RELOC_16:
code = BFD_RELOC_16_PCREL;
break;
case BFD_RELOC_32:
code = BFD_RELOC_32_PCREL;
break;
case BFD_RELOC_8_PCREL:
case BFD_RELOC_16_PCREL:
case BFD_RELOC_32_PCREL:
case BFD_RELOC_8_GOT_PCREL:
case BFD_RELOC_16_GOT_PCREL:
case BFD_RELOC_32_GOT_PCREL:
case BFD_RELOC_8_GOTOFF:
case BFD_RELOC_16_GOTOFF:
case BFD_RELOC_32_GOTOFF:
case BFD_RELOC_8_PLT_PCREL:
case BFD_RELOC_16_PLT_PCREL:
case BFD_RELOC_32_PLT_PCREL:
case BFD_RELOC_8_PLTOFF:
case BFD_RELOC_16_PLTOFF:
case BFD_RELOC_32_PLTOFF:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_GD32:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_GD16:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_GD8:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LDM32:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LDM16:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LDM8:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LDO32:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LDO16:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LDO8:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_IE32:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_IE16:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_IE8:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LE32:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LE16:
case BFD_RELOC_68K_TLS_LE8:
break;
default:
as_bad_where (fixp->fx_file, fixp->fx_line,
_("Cannot make %s relocation PC relative"),
bfd_get_reloc_code_name (code));
}
}
}
else
{
#define F(SZ,PCREL) (((SZ) << 1) + (PCREL))
switch (F (fixp->fx_size, fixp->fx_pcrel))
{
#define MAP(SZ,PCREL,TYPE) case F(SZ,PCREL): code = (TYPE); break
MAP (1, 0, BFD_RELOC_8);
MAP (2, 0, BFD_RELOC_16);
MAP (4, 0, BFD_RELOC_32);
MAP (1, 1, BFD_RELOC_8_PCREL);
MAP (2, 1, BFD_RELOC_16_PCREL);
MAP (4, 1, BFD_RELOC_32_PCREL);
default:
abort ();
}
}
#undef F
#undef MAP
reloc = XNEW (arelent);
reloc->sym_ptr_ptr = XNEW (asymbol *);
*reloc->sym_ptr_ptr = symbol_get_bfdsym (fixp->fx_addsy);
reloc->address = fixp->fx_frag->fr_address + fixp->fx_where;
#ifndef OBJ_ELF
if (OUTPUT_FLAVOR == bfd_target_aout_flavour
&& fixp->fx_addsy
&& S_IS_WEAK (fixp->fx_addsy)
&& ! bfd_is_und_section (S_GET_SEGMENT (fixp->fx_addsy)))
{
/* PR gas/3041 References to weak symbols must be treated as extern
in order to be overridable by the linker, even if they are defined
in the same object file. So the original addend must be written
"as is" into the output section without further processing.
The addend value must be hacked here in order to force
bfd_install_relocation() to write the original value into the
output section.
1) MD_APPLY_SYM_VALUE() is set to 1 for m68k/a.out, so the symbol
value has already been added to the addend in fixup_segment(). We
have to remove it.
2) bfd_install_relocation() will incorrectly treat this symbol as
resolved, so it will write the symbol value plus its addend and
section VMA. As a workaround we can tweak the addend value here in
order to get the original value in the section after the call to
bfd_install_relocation(). */
reloc->addend = fixp->fx_addnumber
/* Fix because of MD_APPLY_SYM_VALUE() */
- S_GET_VALUE (fixp->fx_addsy)
/* Fix for bfd_install_relocation() */
- (S_GET_VALUE (fixp->fx_addsy)
+ S_GET_SEGMENT (fixp->fx_addsy)->vma);
}
else if (fixp->fx_pcrel)
reloc->addend = fixp->fx_addnumber;
else
reloc->addend = 0;
#else
if (!fixp->fx_pcrel)
reloc->addend = fixp->fx_addnumber;
else
reloc->addend = (section->vma
+ fixp->fx_pcrel_adjust
+ fixp->fx_addnumber
+ md_pcrel_from (fixp));
#endif
reloc->howto = bfd_reloc_type_lookup (stdoutput, code);
gas_assert (reloc->howto != 0);
return reloc;
}
/* Handle of the OPCODE hash table. NULL means any use before
m68k_ip_begin() will crash. */
static struct hash_control *op_hash;
/* Assemble an m68k instruction. */
static void
m68k_ip (char *instring)
{
char *p;
struct m68k_op *opP;
const struct m68k_incant *opcode;
const char *s;
int tmpreg = 0, baseo = 0, outro = 0, nextword;
char *pdot, *pdotmove;
enum m68k_size siz1, siz2;
char c;
int losing;
int opsfound;
struct m68k_op operands_backup[6];
LITTLENUM_TYPE words[6];
LITTLENUM_TYPE *wordp;
unsigned long ok_arch = 0;
if (*instring == ' ')
instring++; /* Skip leading whitespace. */
/* Scan up to end of operation-code, which MUST end in end-of-string
or exactly 1 space. */
pdot = 0;
for (p = instring; *p != '\0'; p++)
{
if (*p == ' ')
break;
if (*p == '.')
pdot = p;
}
if (p == instring)
{
the_ins.error = _("No operator");
return;
}
/* p now points to the end of the opcode name, probably whitespace.
Make sure the name is null terminated by clobbering the
whitespace, look it up in the hash table, then fix it back.
Remove a dot, first, since the opcode tables have none. */
if (pdot != NULL)
{
for (pdotmove = pdot; pdotmove < p; pdotmove++)
*pdotmove = pdotmove[1];
p--;
}
c = *p;
*p = '\0';
opcode = (const struct m68k_incant *) hash_find (op_hash, instring);
*p = c;
if (pdot != NULL)
{
for (pdotmove = p; pdotmove > pdot; pdotmove--)
*pdotmove = pdotmove[-1];
*pdot = '.';
++p;
}
if (opcode == NULL)
{
the_ins.error = _("Unknown operator");
return;
}
/* Found a legitimate opcode, start matching operands. */
while (*p == ' ')
++p;
if (opcode->m_operands == 0)
{
char *old = input_line_pointer;
*old = '\n';
input_line_pointer = p;
/* Ahh - it's a motorola style psuedo op. */
mote_pseudo_table[opcode->m_opnum].poc_handler
(mote_pseudo_table[opcode->m_opnum].poc_val);
input_line_pointer = old;
*old = 0;
return;
}
if (flag_mri && opcode->m_opnum == 0)
{
/* In MRI mode, random garbage is allowed after an instruction
which accepts no operands. */
the_ins.args = opcode->m_operands;
the_ins.numargs = opcode->m_opnum;
the_ins.numo = opcode->m_codenum;
the_ins.opcode[0] = getone (opcode);
the_ins.opcode[1] = gettwo (opcode);
return;
}
for (opP = &the_ins.operands[0]; *p; opP++)
{
p = crack_operand (p, opP);
if (opP->error)
{
the_ins.error = opP->error;
return;
}
}
opsfound = opP - &the_ins.operands[0];
/* This ugly hack is to support the floating pt opcodes in their
standard form. Essentially, we fake a first enty of type COP#1 */
if (opcode->m_operands[0] == 'I')
{
int n;
for (n = opsfound; n > 0; --n)
the_ins.operands[n] = the_ins.operands[n - 1];
memset (&the_ins.operands[0], '\0', sizeof (the_ins.operands[0]));
the_ins.operands[0].mode = CONTROL;
the_ins.operands[0].reg = m68k_float_copnum;
opsfound++;
}
/* We've got the operands. Find an opcode that'll accept them. */
for (losing = 0;;)
{
/* If we didn't get the right number of ops, or we have no
common model with this pattern then reject this pattern. */
ok_arch |= opcode->m_arch;
if (opsfound != opcode->m_opnum
|| ((opcode->m_arch & current_architecture) == 0))
++losing;
else
{
int i;
/* Make a copy of the operands of this insn so that
we can modify them safely, should we want to. */
gas_assert (opsfound <= (int) ARRAY_SIZE (operands_backup));
for (i = 0; i < opsfound; i++)
operands_backup[i] = the_ins.operands[i];
for (s = opcode->m_operands, opP = &operands_backup[0];
*s && !losing;
s += 2, opP++)
{
/* Warning: this switch is huge! */
/* I've tried to organize the cases into this order:
non-alpha first, then alpha by letter. Lower-case
goes directly before uppercase counterpart. */
/* Code with multiple case ...: gets sorted by the lowest
case ... it belongs to. I hope this makes sense. */
switch (*s)
{
case '!':
switch (opP->mode)
{
case IMMED:
case DREG:
case AREG:
case FPREG:
case CONTROL:
case AINC:
case ADEC:
case REGLST:
losing++;
break;
default:
break;
}
break;
case '<':
switch (opP->mode)
{
case DREG:
case AREG:
case FPREG:
case CONTROL:
case IMMED:
case ADEC:
case REGLST:
losing++;
break;
default:
break;
}
break;
case '>':
switch (opP->mode)
{
case DREG:
case AREG:
case FPREG:
case CONTROL:
case IMMED:
case AINC:
case REGLST:
losing++;
break;
case ABSL:
break;
default:
if (opP->reg == PC
|| opP->reg == ZPC)
losing++;
break;
}
break;
case 'm':
switch (opP->mode)
{
case DREG:
case AREG:
case AINDR:
case AINC:
case ADEC:
break;
default:
losing++;
}
break;
case 'n':
switch (opP->mode)
{
case DISP:
break;
default:
losing++;
}
break;
case 'o':
switch (opP->mode)
{
case BASE:
case ABSL:
case IMMED:
break;
default:
losing++;
}
break;
case 'p':
switch (opP->mode)
{
case DREG:
case AREG:
case AINDR:
case AINC:
case ADEC:
break;
case DISP:
if (opP->reg == PC || opP->reg == ZPC)
losing++;
break;
default:
losing++;
}
break;
case 'q':
switch (opP->mode)
{
case DREG:
case AINDR:
case AINC:
case ADEC:
break;
case DISP:
if (opP->reg == PC || opP->reg == ZPC)
losing++;
break;
default:
losing++;
break;
}
break;
case 'v':
switch (opP->mode)
{
case DREG:
case AINDR:
case AINC:
case ADEC:
case ABSL:
break;
case DISP:
if (opP->reg == PC || opP->reg == ZPC)
losing++;
break;
default:
losing++;
break;
}
break;
case '#':
if (opP->mode != IMMED)
losing++;
else if (s[1] == 'b'
&& ! isvar (&opP->disp)
&& (opP->disp.exp.X_op != O_constant
|| ! isbyte (opP->disp.exp.X_add_number)))
losing++;
else if (s[1] == 'B'
&& ! isvar (&opP->disp)
&& (opP->disp.exp.X_op != O_constant
|| ! issbyte (opP->disp.exp.X_add_number)))
losing++;
else if (s[1] == 'w'
&& ! isvar (&opP->disp)
&& (opP->disp.exp.X_op != O_constant
|| ! isword (opP->disp.exp.X_add_number)))
losing++;
else if (s[1] == 'W'
&& ! isvar (&opP->disp)
&& (opP->disp.exp.X_op != O_constant
|| ! issword (opP->disp.exp.X_add_number)))
losing++;
break;
case '^':
case 'T':
if (opP->mode != IMMED)
losing++;
break;
case '$':
if (opP->mode == AREG
|| opP->mode == CONTROL
|| opP->mode == FPREG
|| opP->mode == IMMED
|| opP->mode == REGLST
|| (opP->mode != ABSL
&& (opP->reg == PC
|| opP->reg == ZPC)))
losing++;
break;
case '%':
if (opP->mode == CONTROL
|| opP->mode == FPREG
|| opP->mode == REGLST
|| opP->mode == IMMED
|| (opP->mode != ABSL
&& (opP->reg == PC
|| opP->reg == ZPC)))
losing++;
break;
case '&':
switch (opP->mode)
{
case DREG:
case AREG:
case FPREG:
case CONTROL:
case IMMED:
case AINC:
case ADEC:
case REGLST:
losing++;
break;
case ABSL:
break;
default:
if (opP->reg == PC
|| opP->reg == ZPC)
losing++;
break;
}
break;
case '*':
if (opP->mode == CONTROL
|| opP->mode == FPREG
|| opP->mode == REGLST)
losing++;
break;
case '+':
if (opP->mode != AINC)
losing++;
break;
case '-':
if (opP->mode != ADEC)
losing++;
break;
case '/':
switch (opP->mode)
{
case AREG:
case CONTROL:
case FPREG:
case AINC:
case ADEC:
case IMMED:
case REGLST:
losing++;
break;
default:
break;
}
break;
case ';':
switch (opP->mode)
{
case AREG:
case CONTROL:
case FPREG:
case REGLST:
losing++;
break;
default:
break;
}
break;
case '?':
switch (opP->mode)
{
case AREG:
case CONTROL:
case FPREG:
case AINC:
case ADEC:
case IMMED:
case REGLST:
losing++;
break;
case ABSL:
break;
default:
if (opP->reg == PC || opP->reg == ZPC)
losing++;
break;
}
break;
case '@':
switch (opP->mode)
{
case AREG:
case CONTROL:
case FPREG:
case IMMED:
case REGLST:
losing++;
break;
default:
break;
}
break;
case '~': /* For now! (JF FOO is this right?) */
switch (opP->mode)
{
case DREG:
case AREG:
case CONTROL:
case FPREG:
case IMMED:
case REGLST:
losing++;
break;
case ABSL:
break;
default:
if (opP->reg == PC
|| opP->reg == ZPC)
losing++;
break;
}
break;
case '3':
if (opP->mode != CONTROL
|| (opP->reg != TT0 && opP->reg != TT1))
losing++;
break;
case 'A':
if (opP->mode != AREG)
losing++;
break;
case 'a':
if (opP->mode != AINDR)
++losing;
break;
case '4':
if (opP->mode != AINDR && opP->mode != AINC && opP->mode != ADEC
&& (opP->mode != DISP
|| opP->reg < ADDR0
|| opP->reg > ADDR7))
++losing;
break;
case 'B': /* FOO */
if (opP->mode != ABSL
|| (flag_long_jumps
&& strncmp (instring, "jbsr", 4) == 0))
losing++;
break;
case 'b':
switch (opP->mode)
{
case IMMED:
case ABSL:
case AREG:
case FPREG:
case CONTROL:
case POST:
case PRE:
case REGLST:
losing++;
break;
default:
break;
}
break;
case 'C':
if (opP->mode != CONTROL || opP->reg != CCR)
losing++;
break;
case 'd':
if (opP->mode != DISP
|| opP->reg < ADDR0
|| opP->reg > ADDR7)
losing++;
break;
case 'D':
if (opP->mode != DREG)
losing++;
break;
case 'E':
if (opP->reg != ACC)
losing++;
break;
case 'e':
if (opP->reg != ACC && opP->reg != ACC1
&& opP->reg != ACC2 && opP->reg != ACC3)
losing++;
break;
case 'F':
if (opP->mode != FPREG)
losing++;
break;
case 'G':
if (opP->reg != MACSR)
losing++;
break;
case 'g':
if (opP->reg != ACCEXT01 && opP->reg != ACCEXT23)
losing++;
break;
case 'H':
if (opP->reg != MASK)
losing++;
break;
case 'I':
if (opP->mode != CONTROL
|| opP->reg < COP0
|| opP->reg > COP7)
losing++;
break;
case 'i':
if (opP->mode != LSH && opP->mode != RSH)
losing++;
break;
case 'J':
if (opP->mode != CONTROL
|| opP->reg < USP
|| opP->reg > last_movec_reg
|| !control_regs)
losing++;
else
{
const enum m68k_register *rp;
for (rp = control_regs; *rp; rp++)
{
if (*rp == opP->reg)
break;
/* In most CPUs RAMBAR refers to control reg
c05 (RAMBAR1), but a few CPUs have it
refer to c04 (RAMBAR0). */
else if (*rp == RAMBAR_ALT && opP->reg == RAMBAR)
{
opP->reg = RAMBAR_ALT;
break;
}
}
if (*rp == 0)
losing++;
}
break;
case 'k':
if (opP->mode != IMMED)
losing++;
break;
case 'l':
case 'L':
if (opP->mode == DREG
|| opP->mode == AREG
|| opP->mode == FPREG)
{
if (s[1] == '8')
losing++;
else
{
switch (opP->mode)
{
case DREG:
opP->mask = 1 << (opP->reg - DATA0);
break;
case AREG:
opP->mask = 1 << (opP->reg - ADDR0 + 8);
break;
case FPREG:
opP->mask = 1 << (opP->reg - FP0 + 16);
break;
default:
abort ();
}
opP->mode = REGLST;
}
}
else if (opP->mode == CONTROL)
{
if (s[1] != '8')
losing++;
else
{
switch (opP->reg)
{
case FPI:
opP->mask = 1 << 24;
break;
case FPS:
opP->mask = 1 << 25;
break;
case FPC:
opP->mask = 1 << 26;
break;
default:
losing++;
break;
}
opP->mode = REGLST;
}
}
else if (opP->mode != REGLST)
losing++;
else if (s[1] == '8' && (opP->mask & 0x0ffffff) != 0)
losing++;
else if (s[1] == '3' && (opP->mask & 0x7000000) != 0)
losing++;
break;
case 'M':
if (opP->mode != IMMED)
losing++;
else if (opP->disp.exp.X_op != O_constant
|| ! issbyte (opP->disp.exp.X_add_number))
losing++;
else if (! m68k_quick
&& instring[3] != 'q'
&& instring[4] != 'q')
losing++;
break;
case 'O':
if (opP->mode != DREG
&& opP->mode != IMMED
&& opP->mode != ABSL)
losing++;
break;
case 'Q':
if (opP->mode != IMMED)
losing++;
else if (opP->disp.exp.X_op != O_constant
|| TRUNC (opP->disp.exp.X_add_number) - 1 > 7)
losing++;
else if (! m68k_quick
&& (strncmp (instring, "add", 3) == 0
|| strncmp (instring, "sub", 3) == 0)
&& instring[3] != 'q')
losing++;
break;
case 'R':
if (opP->mode != DREG && opP->mode != AREG)
losing++;
break;
case 'r':
if (opP->mode != AINDR
&& (opP->mode != BASE
|| (opP->reg != 0
&& opP->reg != ZADDR0)
|| opP->disp.exp.X_op != O_absent
|| ((opP->index.reg < DATA0
|| opP->index.reg > DATA7)
&& (opP->index.reg < ADDR0
|| opP->index.reg > ADDR7))
|| opP->index.size != SIZE_UNSPEC
|| opP->index.scale != 1))
losing++;
break;
case 's':
if (opP->mode != CONTROL
|| ! (opP->reg == FPI
|| opP->reg == FPS
|| opP->reg == FPC))
losing++;
break;
case 'S':
if (opP->mode != CONTROL || opP->reg != SR)
losing++;
break;
case 't':
if (opP->mode != IMMED)
losing++;
else if (opP->disp.exp.X_op != O_constant
|| TRUNC (opP->disp.exp.X_add_number) > 7)
losing++;
break;
case 'U':
if (opP->mode != CONTROL || opP->reg != USP)
losing++;
break;
case 'x':
if (opP->mode != IMMED)
losing++;
else if (opP->disp.exp.X_op != O_constant
|| (TRUNC (opP->disp.exp.X_add_number) != 0xffffffff
&& TRUNC (opP->disp.exp.X_add_number) - 1 > 6))
losing++;
break;
case 'j':
if (opP->mode != IMMED)
losing++;
else if (opP->disp.exp.X_op != O_constant
|| TRUNC (opP->disp.exp.X_add_number) - 1 > 7)
losing++;
break;
case 'K':
if (opP->mode != IMMED)
losing++;
else if (opP->disp.exp.X_op != O_constant
|| TRUNC (opP->disp.exp.X_add_number) > 511)
losing++;
break;
/* JF these are out of order. We could put them
in order if we were willing to put up with
bunches of #ifdef m68851s in the code.
Don't forget that you need these operands
to use 68030 MMU instructions. */
#ifndef NO_68851
/* Memory addressing mode used by pflushr. */
case '|':
if (opP->mode == CONTROL
|| opP->mode == FPREG
|| opP->mode == DREG
|| opP->mode == AREG
|| opP->mode == REGLST)
losing++;
/* We should accept immediate operands, but they
supposedly have to be quad word, and we don't
handle that. I would like to see what a Motorola
assembler does before doing something here. */
if (opP->mode == IMMED)
losing++;
break;
case 'f':
if (opP->mode != CONTROL
|| (opP->reg != SFC && opP->reg != DFC))
losing++;
break;
case '0':
if (opP->mode != CONTROL || opP->reg != TC)
losing++;
break;
case '1':
if (opP->mode != CONTROL || opP->reg != AC)
losing++;
break;
case '2':
if (opP->mode != CONTROL
|| (opP->reg != CAL
&& opP->reg != VAL
&& opP->reg != SCC))
losing++;
break;
case 'V':
if (opP->mode != CONTROL
|| opP->reg != VAL)
losing++;
break;
case 'W':
if (opP->mode != CONTROL
|| (opP->reg != DRP
&& opP->reg != SRP
&& opP->reg != CRP))
losing++;
break;
case 'w':
switch (opP->mode)
{
case IMMED:
case ABSL:
case AREG:
case DREG:
case FPREG:
case CONTROL:
case POST:
case PRE:
case REGLST:
losing++;
break;
default:
break;
}
break;
case 'X':
if (opP->mode != CONTROL
|| (!(opP->reg >= BAD && opP->reg <= BAD + 7)
&& !(opP->reg >= BAC && opP->reg <= BAC + 7)))
losing++;
break;
case 'Y':
if (opP->mode != CONTROL || opP->reg != PSR)
losing++;
break;
case 'Z':
if (opP->mode != CONTROL || opP->reg != PCSR)
losing++;
break;
#endif
case 'c':
if (opP->mode != CONTROL
|| (opP->reg != NC
&& opP->reg != IC
&& opP->reg != DC
&& opP->reg != BC))
losing++;
break;
case '_':
if (opP->mode != ABSL)
++losing;
break;
case 'u':
if (opP->reg < DATA0L || opP->reg > ADDR7U)
losing++;
/* FIXME: kludge instead of fixing parser:
upper/lower registers are *not* CONTROL
registers, but ordinary ones. */
if ((opP->reg >= DATA0L && opP->reg <= DATA7L)
|| (opP->reg >= DATA0U && opP->reg <= DATA7U))
opP->mode = DREG;
else
opP->mode = AREG;
break;
case 'y':
if (!(opP->mode == AINDR
|| (opP->mode == DISP
&& !(opP->reg == PC || opP->reg == ZPC))))
losing++;
break;
case 'z':
if (!(opP->mode == AINDR || opP->mode == DISP))
losing++;
break;
default:
abort ();
}
if (losing)
break;
}
/* Since we have found the correct instruction, copy
in the modifications that we may have made. */
if (!losing)
for (i = 0; i < opsfound; i++)
the_ins.operands[i] = operands_backup[i];
}
if (!losing)
break;
opcode = opcode->m_next;
if (!opcode)
{
if (ok_arch
&& !(ok_arch & current_architecture))
{
const struct m68k_cpu *cpu;
int any = 0;
size_t space = 400;
char *buf = XNEWVEC (char, space + 1);
size_t len;
int paren = 1;
the_ins.error = buf;
/* Make sure there's a NUL at the end of the buffer -- strncpy
won't write one when it runs out of buffer. */
buf[space] = 0;
#define APPEND(STRING) \
(strncpy (buf, STRING, space), len = strlen (buf), buf += len, space -= len)
APPEND (_("invalid instruction for this architecture; needs "));
switch (ok_arch)
{
case mcfisa_a:
APPEND ("ColdFire ISA_A");
break;
case mcfhwdiv:
APPEND ("ColdFire ");
APPEND (_("hardware divide"));
break;
case mcfisa_aa:
APPEND ("ColdFire ISA_A+");
break;
case mcfisa_b:
APPEND ("ColdFire ISA_B");
break;
case mcfisa_c:
APPEND ("ColdFire ISA_C");
break;
case cfloat:
APPEND ("ColdFire fpu");
break;
case mfloat:
APPEND ("M68K fpu");
break;
case mmmu:
APPEND ("M68K mmu");
break;
case m68020up:
APPEND ("68020 ");
APPEND (_("or higher"));
break;
case m68000up:
APPEND ("68000 ");
APPEND (_("or higher"));
break;
case m68010up:
APPEND ("68010 ");
APPEND (_("or higher"));
break;
default:
paren = 0;
}
if (paren)
APPEND (" (");
for (cpu = m68k_cpus; cpu->name; cpu++)
if (!cpu->alias && (cpu->arch & ok_arch))
{
const struct m68k_cpu *alias;
int seen_master = 0;
if (any)
APPEND (", ");
any = 0;
APPEND (cpu->name);
for (alias = cpu; alias != m68k_cpus; alias--)
if (alias[-1].alias >= 0)
break;
for (; !seen_master || alias->alias > 0; alias++)
{
if (!alias->alias)
seen_master = 1;
else
{
if (any)
APPEND (", ");
else
APPEND (" [");
APPEND (alias->name);
any = 1;
}
}
if (any)
APPEND ("]");
any = 1;
}
if (paren)
APPEND (")");
#undef APPEND
if (!space)
{
/* We ran out of space, so replace the end of the list
with ellipsis. */
buf -= 4;
while (*buf != ' ')
buf--;
strcpy (buf, " ...");
}
}
else
the_ins.error = _("operands mismatch");
return;
}
losing = 0;
}
/* Now assemble it. */
the_ins.args = opcode->m_operands;
the_ins.numargs = opcode->m_opnum;
the_ins.numo = opcode->m_codenum;
the_ins.opcode[0] = getone (opcode);
the_ins.opcode[1] = gettwo (opcode);
for (s = the_ins.args, opP = &the_ins.operands[0]; *s; s += 2, opP++)
{
int have_disp = 0;
int use_pl = 0;
/* This switch is a doozy.
Watch the first step; its a big one! */
switch (s[0])
{
case '*':
case '~':
case '%':
case ';':
case '@':
case '!':
case '&':
case '$':
case '?':
case '/':
case '<':
case '>':
case 'b':
case 'm':
case 'n':
case 'o':
case 'p':
case 'q':
case 'v':
case 'w':
case 'y':
case 'z':
case '4':
#ifndef NO_68851
case '|':
#endif
switch (opP->mode)
{
case IMMED:
tmpreg = 0x3c; /* 7.4 */
if (strchr ("bwl", s[1]))
nextword = get_num (&opP->disp, 90);
else
nextword = get_num (&opP->disp, 0);
if (isvar (&opP->disp))
add_fix (s[1], &opP->disp, 0, 0);
switch (s[1])
{
case 'b':
if (!isbyte (nextword))
opP->error = _("operand out of range");
addword (nextword);
baseo = 0;
break;
case 'w':
if (!isword (nextword))
opP->error = _("operand out of range");
addword (nextword);
baseo = 0;
break;
case 'W':
if (!issword (nextword))
opP->error = _("operand out of range");
addword (nextword);
baseo = 0;
break;
case 'l':
addword (nextword >> 16);
addword (nextword);
baseo = 0;
break;
case 'f':
baseo = 2;
outro = 8;
break;
case 'F':
baseo = 4;
outro = 11;
break;
case 'x':
baseo = 6;
outro = 15;
break;
case 'p':
baseo = 6;
outro = -1;
break;
default:
abort ();
}
if (!baseo)
break;
/* We gotta put out some float. */
if (op (&opP->disp) != O_big)
{
valueT val;
int gencnt;
/* Can other cases happen here? */
if (op (&opP->disp) != O_constant)
abort ();
val = (valueT) offs (&opP->disp);
gencnt = 0;
do
{
generic_bignum[gencnt] = (LITTLENUM_TYPE) val;
val >>= LITTLENUM_NUMBER_OF_BITS;
++gencnt;
}
while (val != 0);
offs (&opP->disp) = gencnt;
}
if (offs (&opP->disp) > 0)
{
if (offs (&opP->disp) > baseo)
{
as_warn (_("Bignum too big for %c format; truncated"),
s[1]);
offs (&opP->disp) = baseo;
}
baseo -= offs (&opP->disp);
while (baseo--)
addword (0);
for (wordp = generic_bignum + offs (&opP->disp) - 1;
offs (&opP->disp)--;
--wordp)
addword (*wordp);
break;
}
gen_to_words (words, baseo, (long) outro);
for (wordp = words; baseo--; wordp++)
addword (*wordp);
break;
case DREG:
tmpreg = opP->reg - DATA; /* 0.dreg */
break;
case AREG:
tmpreg = 0x08 + opP->reg - ADDR; /* 1.areg */
break;
case AINDR:
tmpreg = 0x10 + opP->reg - ADDR; /* 2.areg */
break;
case ADEC:
tmpreg = 0x20 + opP->reg - ADDR; /* 4.areg */
break;
case AINC:
tmpreg = 0x18 + opP->reg - ADDR; /* 3.areg */
break;
case DISP:
nextword = get_num (&opP->disp,</