File:  [DragonFly] / src / sys / i386 / include / Attic / asmacros.h
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Thu Dec 4 20:09:33 2003 UTC (10 years, 8 months ago) by dillon
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General cleanups as part of the libcaps userland threading work.

/*-
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 * $FreeBSD: src/sys/i386/include/asmacros.h,v 1.18 1999/08/28 00:44:06 peter Exp $
 * $DragonFly: src/sys/i386/include/asmacros.h,v 1.6 2003/12/04 20:09:33 dillon Exp $
 */

#ifndef _MACHINE_ASMACROS_H_
#define _MACHINE_ASMACROS_H_

#include <sys/cdefs.h>

#ifdef _KERNEL

/*
 * Access to a per-cpu data element
 */
#define PCPU(x) %fs:gd_ ## x

#endif

/*
 * CNAME and HIDENAME manage the relationship between symbol names in C
 * and the equivalent assembly language names.  CNAME is given a name as
 * it would be used in a C program.  It expands to the equivalent assembly
 * language name.  HIDENAME is given an assembly-language name, and expands
 * to a possibly-modified form that will be invisible to C programs.
 */
#define CNAME(csym)		csym
#define HIDENAME(asmsym)	__CONCAT(.,asmsym)

#define ALIGN_PAGE	.p2align PAGE_SHIFT	/* page alignment */
#define ALIGN_DATA	.p2align 2	/* 4 byte alignment, zero filled */
#ifdef GPROF
#define ALIGN_TEXT	.p2align 4,0x90	/* 16-byte alignment, nop filled */
#else
#define ALIGN_TEXT	.p2align 2,0x90	/* 4-byte alignment, nop filled */
#endif
#define SUPERALIGN_TEXT	.p2align 4,0x90	/* 16-byte alignment, nop filled */

#define GEN_ENTRY(name)		ALIGN_TEXT; .globl CNAME(name); \
				.type CNAME(name),@function; CNAME(name):
#define NON_GPROF_ENTRY(name)	GEN_ENTRY(name)
#define NON_GPROF_RET		.byte 0xc3	/* opcode for `ret' */

#ifdef GPROF
/*
 * __mcount is like [.]mcount except that doesn't require its caller to set
 * up a frame pointer.  It must be called before pushing anything onto the
 * stack.  gcc should eventually generate code to call __mcount in most
 * cases.  This would make -pg in combination with -fomit-frame-pointer
 * useful.  gcc has a configuration variable PROFILE_BEFORE_PROLOGUE to
 * allow profiling before setting up the frame pointer, but this is
 * inadequate for good handling of special cases, e.g., -fpic works best
 * with profiling after the prologue.
 *
 * [.]mexitcount is a new function to support non-statistical profiling if an
 * accurate clock is available.  For C sources, calls to it are generated
 * by the FreeBSD extension `-mprofiler-epilogue' to gcc.  It is best to
 * call [.]mexitcount at the end of a function like the MEXITCOUNT macro does,
 * but gcc currently generates calls to it at the start of the epilogue to
 * avoid problems with -fpic.
 *
 * [.]mcount and __mcount will not clobber the call-used registers or %ef.
 * [.]mexitcount will not clobber the call-used registers or %ef.
 *
 * Cross-jumping makes non-statistical profiling timing more complicated.
 * It is handled in many cases by calling [.]mexitcount before jumping.  It
 * is handled for conditional jumps using CROSSJUMP() and CROSSJUMP_LABEL().
 * It is handled for some fault-handling jumps by not sharing the exit
 * routine.
 *
 * ALTENTRY() must be before a corresponding ENTRY() so that it can jump to
 * the main entry point.  Note that alt entries are counted twice.  They
 * have to be counted as ordinary entries for gprof to get the call times
 * right for the ordinary entries.
 *
 * High local labels are used in macros to avoid clashes with local labels
 * in functions.
 *
 * Ordinary `ret' is used instead of a macro `RET' because there are a lot
 * of `ret's.  0xc3 is the opcode for `ret' (`#define ret ... ret' can't
 * be used because this file is sometimes preprocessed in traditional mode).
 * `ret' clobbers eflags but this doesn't matter.
 */
#define ALTENTRY(name)		GEN_ENTRY(name) ; MCOUNT ; MEXITCOUNT ; jmp 9f
#define	CROSSJUMP(jtrue, label, jfalse) \
	jfalse 8f; MEXITCOUNT; jmp __CONCAT(to,label); 8:
#define CROSSJUMPTARGET(label) \
	ALIGN_TEXT; __CONCAT(to,label): ; MCOUNT; jmp label
#define ENTRY(name)		GEN_ENTRY(name) ; 9: ; MCOUNT
#define FAKE_MCOUNT(caller)	pushl caller ; call __mcount ; addl $4,%esp
#define MCOUNT			call __mcount
#define MCOUNT_LABEL(name)	GEN_ENTRY(name) ; nop ; ALIGN_TEXT
#define MEXITCOUNT		call HIDENAME(mexitcount)
#define ret			MEXITCOUNT ; NON_GPROF_RET

#else /* !GPROF */
/*
 * ALTENTRY() has to align because it is before a corresponding ENTRY().
 * ENTRY() has to align to because there may be no ALTENTRY() before it.
 * If there is a previous ALTENTRY() then the alignment code for ENTRY()
 * is empty.
 */
#define ALTENTRY(name)		GEN_ENTRY(name)
#define	CROSSJUMP(jtrue, label, jfalse)	jtrue label
#define	CROSSJUMPTARGET(label)
#define ENTRY(name)		GEN_ENTRY(name)
#define FAKE_MCOUNT(caller)
#define MCOUNT
#define MCOUNT_LABEL(name)
#define MEXITCOUNT
#endif /* GPROF */

#endif /* !_MACHINE_ASMACROS_H_ */