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/* * Copyright (C) 2009 The Android Open Source Project * * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.

0 (the "License"); * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. * You may obtain a copy of the License at * * http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 * * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software * distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, * WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and * limitations under the License. */ /* * Dalvik instruction fragments, useful when porting mterp. * * Compile this and examine the output to see what your compiler generates. * This can give you a head start on some of the more complicated operations. * * Example: * % gcc -c -O2 -save-temps -fverbose-asm porting-proto.c * % less porting-proto.s */ #include <stdint.h> typedef typedef typedef typedef typedef typedef typedef typedef int8_t s1; uint8_t u1; int16_t s2; uint16_t u2; int32_t s4; uint32_t u4; int64_t s8; uint64_t u8; x + y; } x + y; } { return x + y; } y) { return x + y; } x - y; } x - y; } { return x - y; } y) { return x - y; }

s4 iadd32(s4 x, s4 y) { return s8 iadd64(s8 x, s8 y) { return float fadd32(float x, float y) double fadd64(double x, double s4 isub32(s4 x, s4 y) { return s8 isub64(s8 x, s8 y) { return float fsub32(float x, float y) double fsub64(double x, double

s4 irsub32lit8(s4 x) { return 25 - x; } s4 imul32(s4 x, s4 y) { return s8 imul64(s8 x, s8 y) { return float fmul32(float x, float y) double fmul64(double x, double s4 idiv32(s4 x, s4 y) { return s8 idiv64(s8 x, s8 y) { return float fdiv32(float x, float y) double fdiv64(double x, double x * y; } x * y; } { return x * y; } y) { return x * y; } x / y; } x / y; } { return x / y; } y) { return x / y; }

s4 irem32(s4 x, s4 y) { return x % y; }

s8 irem64(s8 x, s8 y) { return x % y; } s4 iand32(s4 x, s4 y) { return x & y; } s8 iand64(s8 x, s8 y) { return x & y; } s4 ior32(s4 x, s4 y) { return x s8 ior64(s8 x, s8 y) { return x y; } y; }

s4 ixor32(s4 x, s4 y) { return x ^ y; } s8 ixor64(s8 x, s8 y) { return x ^ y; } s4 iasl32(s4 x, s4 count) { return x << (count & 0x1f); } s8 iasl64(s8 x, s4 count) { return x << (count & 0x3f); } s4 iasr32(s4 x, s4 count) { return x >> (count & 0x1f); } s8 iasr64(s8 x, s4 count) { return x >> (count & 0x3f); } s4 ilsr32(s4 x, s4 count) { return ((u4)x) >> (count & 0x1f); } // unsigned s8 ilsr64(s8 x, s4 count) { return ((u8)x) >> (count & 0x3f); } // unsigned s4 ineg32(s4 x) { return -x; } s8 ineg64(s8 x) { return -x; } float fneg32(float x) { return -x; } double fneg64(double x) { return -x; } s4 inot32(s4 x) { return x ^ -1; } s8 inot64(s8 x) { return x ^ -1LL; } s4 float2int(float x) { return (s4) x; } double float2double(float x) { return (double) x; } s4 double2int(double x) { return (s4) x; } float double2float(double x) { return (float) x; } /* * ARM lib doesn't clamp large values or NaN the way we want on these two. * If the simple version isn't correct, use the long version. (You can use * dalvik/tests/041-narrowing to verify.) */ s8 float2long(float x) { return (s8) x; } s8 float2long_clamp(float x) { static const float kMaxLong = (float)0x7fffffffffffffffULL; static const float kMinLong = (float)0x8000000000000000ULL; if (x >= kMaxLong) { return 0x7fffffffffffffffULL; } else if (x <= kMinLong) { return 0x8000000000000000ULL; } else if (x != x) { return 0; } else { return (s8) x; } } s8 double2long(double x) { return (s8) x; } s8 double2long_clamp(double x) { static const double kMaxLong = (double)0x7fffffffffffffffULL; static const double kMinLong = (double)0x8000000000000000ULL;

if (x >= kMaxLong) { return 0x7fffffffffffffffULL; } else if (x <= kMinLong) { return 0x8000000000000000ULL; } else if (x != x) { return 0; } else { return (s8) x; } } s1 int2byte(s4 x) { return (s1) x; } s2 int2short(s4 x) { return (s2) x; } u2 int2char(s4 x) { return (u2) x; } s8 int2long(s4 x) { return (s8) x; } float int2float(s4 x) { return (float) x; } double int2double(s4 x) { return (double) x; } s4 long2int(s8 x) { return (s4) x; } float long2float(s8 x) { return (float) x; } double long2double(s8 x) { return (double) x; } int cmpl_float(float x, float y) { int result; if (x == y) result = 0; else if (x > y) result = 1; else /* (x < y) or NaN */ result = -1; return result; } int cmpg_float(float x, float y) { int result; if (x == y) result = 0; else if (x < y) result = -1; else /* (x > y) or NaN */ result = 1; return result; } int cmpl_double(double x, double y) { int result; if (x == y) result = 0; else if (x > y) result = 1; else /* (x < y) or NaN */ result = -1; return result; }

int cmpg_double(double x, double y) { int result; if (x == y) result = 0; else if (x < y) result = -1; else /* (x > y) or NaN */ result = 1; return result; } int cmp_long(s8 x, s8 y) { int result; if (x == y) result = 0; else if (x < y) result = -1; else /* (x > y) */ result = 1; return result; } /* u1 s1 s2 u1 u1 /* u4 u4 u4 u4 u4 instruction decoding fragments */ unsignedAA(u2 x) { return x >> 8; signedAA(u2 x) { return (s4)(x << signedBB(u2 x) { return (s2) x; } unsignedA(u2 x) { return (x >> 8) unsignedB(u2 x) { return x >> 12; } 16) >> 24; } & 0x0f; } } float/double */ } } } } }

some handy immediate constants when working with const_43e00000(u4 highword) { return 0x43e00000; const_c3e00000(u4 highword) { return 0xc3e00000; const_ffc00000(u4 highword) { return 0xffc00000; const_41dfffff(u4 highword) { return 0x41dfffff; const_c1e00000(u4 highword) { return 0xc1e00000;

/* * Test for some gcc-defined symbols. If you're frequently switching * between different cross-compiler architectures or CPU feature sets, * this can help you keep track of which one you're compiling for. */ #ifdef __arm__ # warning "found __arm__" #endif #ifdef __ARM_EABI__ # warning "found __ARM_EABI__" #endif #ifdef __VFP_FP__ # warning "found __VFP_FP__" /* VFP-format doubles used; may not have VFP */ #endif #if defined(__VFP_FP__) && !defined(__SOFTFP__) # warning "VFP in use" #endif #ifdef __ARM_ARCH_5TE__ # warning "found __ARM_ARCH_5TE__"

#endif #ifdef __ARM_ARCH_7A__ # warning "found __ARM_ARCH_7A__" #endif