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Subject[PATCH v3 10/44] metag: TBX header
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Add the main header for the Thread Binary Interface (TBI) library which
provides useful low level operations and trap/context management.

Signed-off-by: James Hogan <james.hogan@imgtec.com>
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arch/metag/include/asm/tbx.h | 1425 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
1 files changed, 1425 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)
create mode 100644 arch/metag/include/asm/tbx.h

diff --git a/arch/metag/include/asm/tbx.h b/arch/metag/include/asm/tbx.h
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..287b36f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/arch/metag/include/asm/tbx.h
@@ -0,0 +1,1425 @@
+/*
+ * asm/tbx.h
+ *
+ * Copyright (C) 2000-2012 Imagination Technologies.
+ *
+ * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
+ * the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as published by the
+ * Free Software Foundation.
+ *
+ * Thread binary interface header
+ */
+
+#ifndef _ASM_METAG_TBX_H_
+#define _ASM_METAG_TBX_H_
+
+/* for CACHEW_* values */
+#include <asm/metag_isa.h>
+/* for LINSYSEVENT_* addresses */
+#include <asm/metag_mem.h>
+
+#ifdef TBI_1_4
+#ifndef TBI_MUTEXES_1_4
+#define TBI_MUTEXES_1_4
+#endif
+#ifndef TBI_SEMAPHORES_1_4
+#define TBI_SEMAPHORES_1_4
+#endif
+#ifndef TBI_ASYNC_SWITCH_1_4
+#define TBI_ASYNC_SWITCH_1_4
+#endif
+#ifndef TBI_FASTINT_1_4
+#define TBI_FASTINT_1_4
+#endif
+#endif
+
+
+/* Id values in the TBI system describe a segment using an arbitrary
+ integer value and flags in the bottom 8 bits, the SIGPOLL value is
+ used in cases where control over blocking or polling behaviour is
+ needed. */
+#define TBID_SIGPOLL_BIT 0x02 /* Set bit in an Id value to poll vs block */
+/* Extended segment identifiers use strings in the string table */
+#define TBID_IS_SEGSTR( Id ) (((Id) & (TBID_SEGTYPE_BITS>>1)) == 0)
+
+/* Segment identifiers contain the following related bit-fields */
+#define TBID_SEGTYPE_BITS 0x0F /* One of the predefined segment types */
+#define TBID_SEGTYPE_S 0
+#define TBID_SEGSCOPE_BITS 0x30 /* Indicates the scope of the segment */
+#define TBID_SEGSCOPE_S 4
+#define TBID_SEGGADDR_BITS 0xC0 /* Indicates access possible via pGAddr */
+#define TBID_SEGGADDR_S 6
+
+/* Segments of memory can only really contain a few types of data */
+#define TBID_SEGTYPE_TEXT 0x02 /* Code segment */
+#define TBID_SEGTYPE_DATA 0x04 /* Data segment */
+#define TBID_SEGTYPE_STACK 0x06 /* Stack segment */
+#define TBID_SEGTYPE_HEAP 0x0A /* Heap segment */
+#define TBID_SEGTYPE_ROOT 0x0C /* Root block segments */
+#define TBID_SEGTYPE_STRING 0x0E /* String table segment */
+
+/* Segments have one of three possible scopes */
+#define TBID_SEGSCOPE_INIT 0 /* Temporary area for initialisation phase */
+#define TBID_SEGSCOPE_LOCAL 1 /* Private to this thread */
+#define TBID_SEGSCOPE_GLOBAL 2 /* Shared globally throughout the system */
+#define TBID_SEGSCOPE_SHARED 3 /* Limited sharing between local/global */
+
+/* For segment specifier a further field in two of the remaining bits
+ indicates the usefulness of the pGAddr field in the segment descriptor
+ descriptor. */
+#define TBID_SEGGADDR_NULL 0 /* pGAddr is NULL -> SEGSCOPE_(LOCAL|INIT) */
+#define TBID_SEGGADDR_READ 1 /* Only read via pGAddr */
+#define TBID_SEGGADDR_WRITE 2 /* Full access via pGAddr */
+#define TBID_SEGGADDR_EXEC 3 /* Only execute via pGAddr */
+
+/* The following values are common to both segment and signal Id value and
+ live in the top 8 bits of the Id values. */
+
+/* The ISTAT bit indicates if segments are related to interrupt vs
+ background level interfaces a thread can still handle all triggers at
+ either level, but can also split these up if it wants to. */
+#define TBID_ISTAT_BIT 0x01000000
+#define TBID_ISTAT_S 24
+
+/* Privilege needed to access a segment is indicated by the next bit.
+
+ This bit is set to mirror the current privilege level when starting a
+ search for a segment - setting it yourself toggles the automatically
+ generated state which is only useful to emulate unprivileged behaviour
+ or access unprivileged areas of memory while at privileged level. */
+#define TBID_PSTAT_BIT 0x02000000
+#define TBID_PSTAT_S 25
+
+/* The top six bits of a signal/segment specifier identifies a thread within
+ the system. This represents a segments owner. */
+#define TBID_THREAD_BITS 0xFC000000
+#define TBID_THREAD_S 26
+
+/* Special thread id values */
+#define TBID_THREAD_NULL (-32) /* Never matches any thread/segment id used */
+#define TBID_THREAD_GLOBAL (-31) /* Things global to all threads */
+#define TBID_THREAD_HOST ( -1) /* Host interface */
+#define TBID_THREAD_EXTIO (TBID_THREAD_HOST) /* Host based ExtIO i/f */
+
+/* Virtual Id's are used for external thread interface structures or the
+ above special Id's */
+#define TBID_IS_VIRTTHREAD( Id ) ((Id) < 0)
+
+/* Real Id's are used for actual hardware threads that are local */
+#define TBID_IS_REALTHREAD( Id ) ((Id) >= 0)
+
+/* Generate a segment Id given Thread, Scope, and Type */
+#define TBID_SEG( Thread, Scope, Type ) (\
+ ((Thread)<<TBID_THREAD_S) + ((Scope)<<TBID_SEGSCOPE_S) + (Type))
+
+/* Generate a signal Id given Thread and SigNum */
+#define TBID_SIG( Thread, SigNum ) (\
+ ((Thread)<<TBID_THREAD_S) + ((SigNum)<<TBID_SIGNUM_S) + TBID_SIGNAL_BIT)
+
+/* Generate an Id that solely represents a thread - useful for cache ops */
+#define TBID_THD( Thread ) ((Thread)<<TBID_THREAD_S)
+#define TBID_THD_NULL ((TBID_THREAD_NULL) <<TBID_THREAD_S)
+#define TBID_THD_GLOBAL ((TBID_THREAD_GLOBAL)<<TBID_THREAD_S)
+
+/* Common exception handler (see TBID_SIGNUM_XXF below) receives hardware
+ generated fault codes TBIXXF_SIGNUM_xxF in it's SigNum parameter */
+#define TBIXXF_SIGNUM_IIF 0x01 /* General instruction fault */
+#define TBIXXF_SIGNUM_PGF 0x02 /* Privilege general fault */
+#define TBIXXF_SIGNUM_DHF 0x03 /* Data access watchpoint HIT */
+#define TBIXXF_SIGNUM_IGF 0x05 /* Code fetch general read failure */
+#define TBIXXF_SIGNUM_DGF 0x07 /* Data access general read/write fault */
+#define TBIXXF_SIGNUM_IPF 0x09 /* Code fetch page fault */
+#define TBIXXF_SIGNUM_DPF 0x0B /* Data access page fault */
+#define TBIXXF_SIGNUM_IHF 0x0D /* Instruction breakpoint HIT */
+#define TBIXXF_SIGNUM_DWF 0x0F /* Data access read-only fault */
+
+/* Hardware signals communicate events between processing levels within a
+ single thread all the _xxF cases are exceptions and are routed via a
+ common exception handler, _SWx are software trap events and kicks including
+ __TBISignal generated kicks, and finally _TRx are hardware triggers */
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_SW0 0x00 /* SWITCH GROUP 0 - Per thread user */
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_SW1 0x01 /* SWITCH GROUP 1 - Per thread system */
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_SW2 0x02 /* SWITCH GROUP 2 - Internal global request */
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_SW3 0x03 /* SWITCH GROUP 3 - External global request */
+#ifdef TBI_1_4
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_FPE 0x04 /* Deferred exception - Any IEEE 754 exception */
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_FPD 0x05 /* Deferred exception - Denormal exception */
+/* Reserved 0x6 for a reserved deferred exception */
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_BUS 0x07 /* Deferred exception - Bus Error */
+/* Reserved 0x08-0x09 */
+#else
+/* Reserved 0x04-0x09 */
+#endif
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_SWS 0x0A /* KICK received with SigMask != 0 */
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_SWK 0x0B /* KICK received with SigMask == 0 */
+/* Reserved 0x0C-0x0F */
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_TRT 0x10 /* Timer trigger */
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_LWK 0x11 /* Low level kick (handler provided by TBI) */
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_XXF 0x12 /* Fault handler - receives ALL _xxF sigs */
+#ifdef TBI_1_4
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_DFR 0x13 /* Deferred Exception handler */
+#else
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_FPE 0x13 /* FPE Exception handler */
+#endif
+/* External trigger one group 0x14 to 0x17 - per thread */
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_TR1(Thread) (0x14+(Thread))
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_T10 0x14
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_T11 0x15
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_T12 0x16
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_T13 0x17
+/* External trigger two group 0x18 to 0x1b - per thread */
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_TR2(Thread) (0x18+(Thread))
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_T20 0x18
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_T21 0x19
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_T22 0x1A
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_T23 0x1B
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_TR3 0x1C /* External trigger N-4 (global) */
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_TR4 0x1D /* External trigger N-3 (global) */
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_TR5 0x1E /* External trigger N-2 (global) */
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_TR6 0x1F /* External trigger N-1 (global) */
+#define TBID_SIGNUM_MAX 0x1F
+
+/* Return the trigger register(TXMASK[I]/TXSTAT[I]) bits related to
+ each hardware signal, sometimes this is a many-to-one relationship. */
+#define TBI_TRIG_BIT(SigNum) (\
+ ((SigNum) >= TBID_SIGNUM_TRT) ? 1<<((SigNum)-TBID_SIGNUM_TRT) :\
+ ( ((SigNum) == TBID_SIGNUM_SWS) || \
+ ((SigNum) == TBID_SIGNUM_SWK) ) ? \
+ TXSTAT_KICK_BIT : TXSTATI_BGNDHALT_BIT )
+
+/* Return the hardware trigger vector number for entries in the
+ HWVEC0EXT table that will generate the required internal trigger. */
+#define TBI_TRIG_VEC(SigNum) (\
+ ((SigNum) >= TBID_SIGNUM_T10) ? ((SigNum)-TBID_SIGNUM_TRT) : -1)
+
+/* Default trigger masks for each thread at background/interrupt level */
+#define TBI_TRIGS_INIT( Thread ) (\
+ TXSTAT_KICK_BIT + TBI_TRIG_BIT(TBID_SIGNUM_TR1(Thread)) )
+#define TBI_INTS_INIT( Thread ) (\
+ TXSTAT_KICK_BIT + TXSTATI_BGNDHALT_BIT \
+ + TBI_TRIG_BIT(TBID_SIGNUM_TR2(Thread)) )
+
+#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
+/* A spin-lock location is a zero-initialised location in memory */
+typedef volatile int TBISPIN, *PTBISPIN;
+
+/* A kick location is a hardware location you can write to
+ * in order to cause a kick
+ */
+typedef volatile int *PTBIKICK;
+
+#if defined(METAC_1_0) || defined(METAC_1_1)
+/* Macro to perform a kick */
+#define TBI_KICK( pKick ) do { pKick[0] = 1; } while (0)
+#else
+/* #define METAG_LIN_VALUES before including machine.h if required */
+#ifdef LINSYSEVENT_WR_COMBINE_FLUSH
+/* Macro to perform a kick - write combiners must be flushed */
+#define TBI_KICK( pKick ) do {\
+ volatile int *pFlush = (volatile int *) LINSYSEVENT_WR_COMBINE_FLUSH; \
+ pFlush[0] = 0; \
+ pKick[0] = 1; } while (0)
+#endif
+#endif /* if defined(METAC_1_0) || defined(METAC_1_1) */
+#endif /* ifndef __ASSEMBLY__ */
+
+#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
+/* 64-bit dual unit state value */
+typedef struct _tbidual_tag_ {
+ /* 32-bit value from a pair of registers in data or address units */
+ int U0, U1;
+} TBIDUAL, *PTBIDUAL;
+#endif /* ifndef __ASSEMBLY__ */
+
+/* Byte offsets of fields within TBIDUAL */
+#define TBIDUAL_U0 (0)
+#define TBIDUAL_U1 (4)
+
+#define TBIDUAL_BYTES (8)
+
+#define TBICTX_CRIT_BIT 0x0001 /* ASync state saved in TBICTX */
+#define TBICTX_SOFT_BIT 0x0002 /* Sync state saved in TBICTX (other bits 0) */
+#ifdef TBI_FASTINT_1_4
+#define TBICTX_FINT_BIT 0x0004 /* Using Fast Interrupts */
+#endif
+#define TBICTX_FPAC_BIT 0x0010 /* FPU state in TBICTX, FPU active on entry */
+#define TBICTX_XMCC_BIT 0x0020 /* Bit to identify a MECC task */
+#define TBICTX_CBUF_BIT 0x0040 /* Hardware catch buffer flag from TXSTATUS */
+#define TBICTX_CBRP_BIT 0x0080 /* Read pipeline dirty from TXDIVTIME */
+#define TBICTX_XDX8_BIT 0x0100 /* Saved DX.8 to DX.15 too */
+#define TBICTX_XAXX_BIT 0x0200 /* Save remaining AX registers to AX.7 */
+#define TBICTX_XHL2_BIT 0x0400 /* Saved hardware loop registers too */
+#define TBICTX_XTDP_BIT 0x0800 /* Saved DSP registers too */
+#define TBICTX_XEXT_BIT 0x1000 /* Set if TBICTX.Ext.Ctx contains extended
+ state save area, otherwise TBICTX.Ext.AX2
+ just holds normal A0.2 and A1.2 states */
+#define TBICTX_WAIT_BIT 0x2000 /* Causes wait for trigger - sticky toggle */
+#define TBICTX_XCBF_BIT 0x4000 /* Catch buffer or RD extracted into TBICTX */
+#define TBICTX_PRIV_BIT 0x8000 /* Set if system uses 'privileged' model */
+
+#ifdef METAC_1_0
+#define TBICTX_XAX3_BIT 0x0200 /* Saved AX.5 to AX.7 for XAXX */
+#define TBICTX_AX_REGS 5 /* Ax.0 to Ax.4 are core GP regs on CHORUS */
+#else
+#define TBICTX_XAX4_BIT 0x0200 /* Saved AX.4 to AX.7 for XAXX */
+#define TBICTX_AX_REGS 4 /* Default is Ax.0 to Ax.3 */
+#endif
+
+#ifdef TBI_1_4
+#define TBICTX_CFGFPU_FX16_BIT 0x00010000 /* Save FX.8 to FX.15 too */
+
+/* The METAC_CORE_ID_CONFIG field indicates omitted DSP resources */
+#define METAC_COREID_CFGXCTX_MASK( Value ) (\
+ ( (((Value & METAC_COREID_CFGDSP_BITS)>> \
+ METAC_COREID_CFGDSP_S ) == METAC_COREID_CFGDSP_MIN) ? \
+ ~(TBICTX_XHL2_BIT+TBICTX_XTDP_BIT+ \
+ TBICTX_XAXX_BIT+TBICTX_XDX8_BIT ) : ~0U ) )
+#endif
+
+/* Extended context state provides a standardised method for registering the
+ arguments required by __TBICtxSave to save the additional register states
+ currently in use by non general purpose code. The state of the __TBIExtCtx
+ variable in the static space of the thread forms an extension of the base
+ context of the thread.
+
+ If ( __TBIExtCtx.Ctx.SaveMask == 0 ) then pExt is assumed to be NULL and
+ the empty state of __TBIExtCtx is represented by the fact that
+ TBICTX.SaveMask does not have the bit TBICTX_XEXT_BIT set.
+
+ If ( __TBIExtCtx.Ctx.SaveMask != 0 ) then pExt should point at a suitably
+ sized extended context save area (usually at the end of the stack space
+ allocated by the current routine). This space should allow for the
+ displaced state of A0.2 and A1.2 to be saved along with the other extended
+ states indicated via __TBIExtCtx.Ctx.SaveMask. */
+#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
+typedef union _tbiextctx_tag_ {
+ long long Val;
+ TBIDUAL AX2;
+ struct _tbiextctxext_tag {
+#ifdef TBI_1_4
+ short DspramSizes; /* DSPRAM sizes. Encoding varies between
+ TBICtxAlloc and the ECH scheme. */
+#else
+ short Reserved0;
+#endif
+ short SaveMask; /* Flag bits for state saved */
+ PTBIDUAL pExt; /* AX[2] state saved first plus Xxxx state */
+
+ } Ctx;
+
+} TBIEXTCTX, *PTBIEXTCTX;
+
+/* Automatic registration of extended context save for __TBINestInts */
+extern TBIEXTCTX __TBIExtCtx;
+#endif /* ifndef __ASSEMBLY__ */
+
+/* Byte offsets of fields within TBIEXTCTX */
+#define TBIEXTCTX_AX2 (0)
+#define TBIEXTCTX_Ctx (0)
+#define TBIEXTCTX_Ctx_SaveMask (TBIEXTCTX_Ctx + 2)
+#define TBIEXTCTX_Ctx_pExt (TBIEXTCTX_Ctx + 2 + 2)
+
+/* Extended context data size calculation constants */
+#define TBICTXEXT_BYTES (8)
+#define TBICTXEXTBB8_BYTES (8*8)
+#define TBICTXEXTAX3_BYTES (3*8)
+#define TBICTXEXTAX4_BYTES (4*8)
+#ifdef METAC_1_0
+#define TBICTXEXTAXX_BYTES TBICTXEXTAX3_BYTES
+#else
+#define TBICTXEXTAXX_BYTES TBICTXEXTAX4_BYTES
+#endif
+#define TBICTXEXTHL2_BYTES (3*8)
+#define TBICTXEXTTDR_BYTES (27*8)
+#define TBICTXEXTTDP_BYTES TBICTXEXTTDR_BYTES
+
+#ifdef TBI_1_4
+#define TBICTXEXTFX8_BYTES (4*8)
+#define TBICTXEXTFPAC_BYTES (1*4 + 2*2 + 4*8)
+#define TBICTXEXTFACF_BYTES (3*8)
+#endif
+
+/* Maximum flag bits to be set via the TBICTX_EXTSET macro */
+#define TBICTXEXT_MAXBITS (TBICTX_XEXT_BIT| \
+ TBICTX_XDX8_BIT|TBICTX_XAXX_BIT|\
+ TBICTX_XHL2_BIT|TBICTX_XTDP_BIT )
+
+/* Maximum size of the extended context save area for current variant */
+#define TBICTXEXT_MAXBYTES (TBICTXEXT_BYTES+TBICTXEXTBB8_BYTES+\
+ TBICTXEXTAXX_BYTES+TBICTXEXTHL2_BYTES+\
+ TBICTXEXTTDP_BYTES )
+
+#ifdef TBI_FASTINT_1_4
+/* Maximum flag bits to be set via the TBICTX_EXTSET macro */
+#define TBICTX2EXT_MAXBITS (TBICTX_XDX8_BIT|TBICTX_XAXX_BIT|\
+ TBICTX_XHL2_BIT|TBICTX_XTDP_BIT )
+
+/* Maximum size of the extended context save area for current variant */
+#define TBICTX2EXT_MAXBYTES (TBICTXEXTBB8_BYTES+TBICTXEXTAXX_BYTES\
+ +TBICTXEXTHL2_BYTES+TBICTXEXTTDP_BYTES )
+#endif
+
+/* Specify extended resources being used by current routine, code must be
+ assembler generated to utilise extended resources-
+
+ MOV D0xxx,A0StP ; Perform alloca - routine should
+ ADD A0StP,A0StP,#SaveSize ; setup/use A0FrP to access locals
+ MOVT D1xxx,#SaveMask ; TBICTX_XEXT_BIT MUST be set
+ SETL [A1GbP+#OG(___TBIExtCtx)],D0xxx,D1xxx
+
+ NB: OG(___TBIExtCtx) is a special case supported for SETL/GETL operations
+ on 64-bit sizes structures only, other accesses must be based on use
+ of OGA(___TBIExtCtx).
+
+ At exit of routine-
+
+ MOV D0xxx,#0 ; Clear extended context save state
+ MOV D1xxx,#0
+ SETL [A1GbP+#OG(___TBIExtCtx)],D0xxx,D1xxx
+ SUB A0StP,A0StP,#SaveSize ; If original A0StP required
+
+ NB: Both the setting and clearing of the whole __TBIExtCtx MUST be done
+ atomically in one 64-bit write operation.
+
+ For simple interrupt handling only via __TBINestInts there should be no
+ impact of the __TBIExtCtx system. If pre-emptive scheduling is being
+ performed however (assuming __TBINestInts has already been called earlier
+ on) then the following logic will correctly call __TBICtxSave if required
+ and clear out the currently selected background task-
+
+ if ( __TBIExtCtx.Ctx.SaveMask & TBICTX_XEXT_BIT )
+ {
+ / * Store extended states in pCtx * /
+ State.Sig.SaveMask |= __TBIExtCtx.Ctx.SaveMask;
+
+ (void) __TBICtxSave( State, (void *) __TBIExtCtx.Ctx.pExt );
+ __TBIExtCtx.Val = 0;
+ }
+
+ and when restoring task states call __TBICtxRestore-
+
+ / * Restore state from pCtx * /
+ State.Sig.pCtx = pCtx;
+ State.Sig.SaveMask = pCtx->SaveMask;
+
+ if ( State.Sig.SaveMask & TBICTX_XEXT_BIT )
+ {
+ / * Restore extended states from pCtx * /
+ __TBIExtCtx.Val = pCtx->Ext.Val;
+
+ (void) __TBICtxRestore( State, (void *) __TBIExtCtx.Ctx.pExt );
+ }
+
+ */
+
+/* Critical thread state save area */
+#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
+typedef struct _tbictx_tag_ {
+ /* TXSTATUS_FLAG_BITS and TXSTATUS_LSM_STEP_BITS from TXSTATUS */
+ short Flags;
+ /* Mask indicates any extended context state saved; 0 -> Never run */
+ short SaveMask;
+ /* Saved PC value */
+ int CurrPC;
+ /* Saved critical register states */
+ TBIDUAL DX[8];
+ /* Background control register states - for cores without catch buffer
+ base in DIVTIME the TXSTATUS bits RPVALID and RPMASK are stored with
+ the real state TXDIVTIME in CurrDIVTIME */
+ int CurrRPT, CurrBPOBITS, CurrMODE, CurrDIVTIME;
+ /* Saved AX register states */
+ TBIDUAL AX[2];
+ TBIEXTCTX Ext;
+ TBIDUAL AX3[TBICTX_AX_REGS-3];
+
+ /* Any CBUF state to be restored by a handler return must be stored here.
+ Other extended state can be stored anywhere - see __TBICtxSave and
+ __TBICtxRestore. */
+
+} TBICTX, *PTBICTX;
+
+#ifdef TBI_FASTINT_1_4
+typedef struct _tbictx2_tag_ {
+ TBIDUAL AX[2]; /* AU.0, AU.1 */
+ TBIDUAL DX[2]; /* DU.0, DU.4 */
+ int CurrMODE;
+ int CurrRPT;
+ int CurrSTATUS;
+ void *CurrPC; /* PC in PC address space */
+} TBICTX2, *PTBICTX2;
+/* TBICTX2 is followed by:
+ * TBICTXEXTCB0 if TXSTATUS.CBMarker
+ * TBIDUAL * TXSTATUS.IRPCount if TXSTATUS.IRPCount > 0
+ * TBICTXGP if using __TBIStdRootIntHandler or __TBIStdCtxSwitchRootIntHandler
+ */
+
+typedef struct _tbictxgp_tag_ {
+ short DspramSizes;
+ short SaveMask;
+ void *pExt;
+ TBIDUAL DX[6]; /* DU.1-DU.3, DU.5-DU.7 */
+ TBIDUAL AX[2]; /* AU.2-AU.3 */
+} TBICTXGP, *PTBICTXGP;
+
+#define TBICTXGP_DspramSizes (0)
+#define TBICTXGP_SaveMask (TBICTXGP_DspramSizes + 2)
+#define TBICTXGP_MAX_BYTES (2 + 2 + 4 + 8*(6+2))
+
+#endif
+#endif /* ifndef __ASSEMBLY__ */
+
+/* Byte offsets of fields within TBICTX */
+#define TBICTX_Flags (0)
+#define TBICTX_SaveMask (2)
+#define TBICTX_CurrPC (4)
+#define TBICTX_DX (2 + 2 + 4)
+#define TBICTX_CurrRPT (2 + 2 + 4 + 8 * 8)
+#define TBICTX_CurrMODE (2 + 2 + 4 + 8 * 8 + 4 + 4)
+#define TBICTX_AX (2 + 2 + 4 + 8 * 8 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4)
+#define TBICTX_Ext (2 + 2 + 4 + 8 * 8 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 2 * 8)
+#define TBICTX_Ext_AX2 (TBICTX_Ext + TBIEXTCTX_AX2)
+#define TBICTX_Ext_AX2_U0 (TBICTX_Ext + TBIEXTCTX_AX2 + TBIDUAL_U0)
+#define TBICTX_Ext_AX2_U1 (TBICTX_Ext + TBIEXTCTX_AX2 + TBIDUAL_U1)
+#define TBICTX_Ext_Ctx_pExt (TBICTX_Ext + TBIEXTCTX_Ctx_pExt)
+#define TBICTX_Ext_Ctx_SaveMask (TBICTX_Ext + TBIEXTCTX_Ctx_SaveMask)
+
+#ifdef TBI_FASTINT_1_4
+#define TBICTX2_BYTES (8 * 2 + 8 * 2 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4)
+#define TBICTXEXTCB0_BYTES (4 + 4 + 8)
+
+#define TBICTX2_CRIT_MAX_BYTES (TBICTX2_BYTES + TBICTXEXTCB0_BYTES + 6 * TBIDUAL_BYTES)
+#define TBI_SWITCH_NEXT_PC(PC, EXTRA) ((PC) + (EXTRA & 1) ? 8 : 4)
+#endif
+
+#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
+/* Extended thread state save areas - catch buffer state element */
+typedef struct _tbictxextcb0_tag_ {
+ /* Flags data and address value - see METAC_CATCH_VALUES in machine.h */
+ unsigned long CBFlags, CBAddr;
+ /* 64-bit data */
+ TBIDUAL CBData;
+
+} TBICTXEXTCB0, *PTBICTXEXTCB0;
+
+/* Read pipeline state saved on later cores after single catch buffer slot */
+typedef struct _tbictxextrp6_tag_ {
+ /* RPMask is TXSTATUS_RPMASK_BITS only, reserved is undefined */
+ unsigned long RPMask, Reserved0;
+ TBIDUAL CBData[6];
+
+} TBICTXEXTRP6, *PTBICTXEXTRP6;
+
+/* Extended thread state save areas - 8 DU register pairs */
+typedef struct _tbictxextbb8_tag_ {
+ /* Remaining Data unit registers in 64-bit pairs */
+ TBIDUAL UX[8];
+
+} TBICTXEXTBB8, *PTBICTXEXTBB8;
+
+/* Extended thread state save areas - 3 AU register pairs */
+typedef struct _tbictxextbb3_tag_ {
+ /* Remaining Address unit registers in 64-bit pairs */
+ TBIDUAL UX[3];
+
+} TBICTXEXTBB3, *PTBICTXEXTBB3;
+
+/* Extended thread state save areas - 4 AU register pairs or 4 FX pairs */
+typedef struct _tbictxextbb4_tag_ {
+ /* Remaining Address unit or FPU registers in 64-bit pairs */
+ TBIDUAL UX[4];
+
+} TBICTXEXTBB4, *PTBICTXEXTBB4;
+
+/* Extended thread state save areas - Hardware loop states (max 2) */
+typedef struct _tbictxexthl2_tag_ {
+ /* Hardware looping register states */
+ TBIDUAL Start, End, Count;
+
+} TBICTXEXTHL2, *PTBICTXEXTHL2;
+
+/* Extended thread state save areas - DSP register states */
+typedef struct _tbictxexttdp_tag_ {
+ /* DSP 32-bit accumulator register state (Bits 31:0 of ACX.0) */
+ TBIDUAL Acc32[1];
+ /* DSP > 32-bit accumulator bits 63:32 of ACX.0 (zero-extended) */
+ TBIDUAL Acc64[1];
+ /* Twiddle register state, and three phase increment states */
+ TBIDUAL PReg[4];
+ /* Modulo region size, padded to 64-bits */
+ int CurrMRSIZE, Reserved0;
+
+} TBICTXEXTTDP, *PTBICTXEXTTDP;
+
+/* Extended thread state save areas - DSP register states including DSP RAM */
+typedef struct _tbictxexttdpr_tag_ {
+ /* DSP 32-bit accumulator register state (Bits 31:0 of ACX.0) */
+ TBIDUAL Acc32[1];
+ /* DSP 40-bit accumulator register state (Bits 39:8 of ACX.0) */
+ TBIDUAL Acc40[1];
+ /* DSP RAM Pointers */
+ TBIDUAL RP0[2], WP0[2], RP1[2], WP1[2];
+ /* DSP RAM Increments */
+ TBIDUAL RPI0[2], WPI0[2], RPI1[2], WPI1[2];
+ /* Template registers */
+ unsigned long Tmplt[16];
+ /* Modulo address region size and DSP RAM module region sizes */
+ int CurrMRSIZE, CurrDRSIZE;
+
+} TBICTXEXTTDPR, *PTBICTXEXTTDPR;
+
+#ifdef TBI_1_4
+/* The METAC_ID_CORE register state is a marker for the FPU
+ state that is then stored after this core header structure. */
+#define TBICTXEXTFPU_CONFIG_MASK ( (METAC_COREID_NOFPACC_BIT+ \
+ METAC_COREID_CFGFPU_BITS ) << \
+ METAC_COREID_CONFIG_BITS )
+
+/* Recorded FPU exception state from TXDEFR in DefrFpu */
+#define TBICTXEXTFPU_DEFRFPU_MASK (TXDEFR_FPU_FE_BITS)
+
+/* Extended thread state save areas - FPU register states */
+typedef struct _tbictxextfpu_tag_ {
+ /* Stored METAC_CORE_ID CONFIG */
+ int CfgFpu;
+ /* Stored deferred TXDEFR bits related to FPU
+ *
+ * This is encoded as follows in order to fit into 16-bits:
+ * DefrFPU:15 - 14 <= 0
+ * :13 - 8 <= TXDEFR:21-16
+ * : 7 - 6 <= 0
+ * : 5 - 0 <= TXDEFR:5-0
+ */
+ short DefrFpu;
+
+ /* TXMODE bits related to FPU */
+ short ModeFpu;
+
+ /* FPU Even/Odd register states */
+ TBIDUAL FX[4];
+
+ /* if CfgFpu & TBICTX_CFGFPU_FX16_BIT -> 1 then TBICTXEXTBB4 holds FX.8-15 */
+ /* if CfgFpu & TBICTX_CFGFPU_NOACF_BIT -> 0 then TBICTXEXTFPACC holds state */
+} TBICTXEXTFPU, *PTBICTXEXTFPU;
+
+/* Extended thread state save areas - FPU accumulator state */
+typedef struct _tbictxextfpacc_tag_ {
+ /* FPU accumulator register state - three 64-bit parts */
+ TBIDUAL FAcc32[3];
+
+} TBICTXEXTFPACC, *PTBICTXEXTFPACC;
+#endif
+
+/* Prototype TBI structure */
+struct _tbi_tag_ ;
+
+/* A 64-bit return value used commonly in the TBI APIs */
+typedef union _tbires_tag_ {
+ /* Save and load this value to get/set the whole result quickly */
+ long long Val;
+
+ /* Parameter of a fnSigs or __TBICtx* call */
+ struct _tbires_sig_tag_ {
+ /* TXMASK[I] bits zeroed upto and including current trigger level */
+ unsigned short TrigMask;
+ /* Control bits for handlers - see PTBIAPIFN documentation below */
+ unsigned short SaveMask;
+ /* Pointer to the base register context save area of the thread */
+ PTBICTX pCtx;
+ } Sig;
+
+ /* Result of TBIThrdPrivId call */
+ struct _tbires_thrdprivid_tag_ {
+ /* Basic thread identifier; just TBID_THREAD_BITS */
+ int Id;
+ /* None thread number bits; TBID_ISTAT_BIT+TBID_PSTAT_BIT */
+ int Priv;
+ } Thrd;
+
+ /* Parameter and Result of a __TBISwitch call */
+ struct _tbires_switch_tag_ {
+ /* Parameter passed across context switch */
+ void *pPara;
+ /* Thread context of other Thread includng restore flags */
+ PTBICTX pCtx;
+ } Switch;
+
+ /* For extended S/W events only */
+ struct _tbires_ccb_tag_ {
+ void *pCCB;
+ int COff;
+ } CCB;
+
+ struct _tbires_tlb_tag_ {
+ int Leaf; /* TLB Leaf data */
+ int Flags; /* TLB Flags */
+ } Tlb;
+
+#ifdef TBI_FASTINT_1_4
+ struct _tbires_intr_tag_ {
+ short TrigMask;
+ short SaveMask;
+ PTBICTX2 pCtx;
+ } Intr;
+#endif
+
+} TBIRES, *PTBIRES;
+#endif /* ifndef __ASSEMBLY__ */
+
+#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
+/* Prototype for all signal handler functions, called via ___TBISyncTrigger or
+ ___TBIASyncTrigger.
+
+ State.Sig.TrigMask will indicate the bits set within TXMASKI at
+ the time of the handler call that have all been cleared to prevent
+ nested interrupt occuring immediately.
+
+ State.Sig.SaveMask is a bit-mask which will be set to Zero when a trigger
+ occurs at background level and TBICTX_CRIT_BIT and optionally
+ TBICTX_CBUF_BIT when a trigger occurs at interrupt level.
+
+ TBICTX_CBUF_BIT reflects the state of TXSTATUS_CBMARKER_BIT for
+ the interrupted background thread.
+
+ State.Sig.pCtx will point at a TBICTX structure generated to hold the
+ critical state of the interrupted thread at interrupt level and
+ should be set to NULL when called at background level.
+
+ Triggers will indicate the status of TXSTAT or TXSTATI sampled by the
+ code that called the handler.
+
+ InstOrSWSId is defined firstly as 'Inst' if the SigNum is TBID_SIGNUM_SWx
+ and hold the actual SWITCH instruction detected, secondly if SigNum
+ is TBID_SIGNUM_SWS the 'SWSId' is defined to hold the Id of the
+ software signal detected, in other cases the value of this
+ parameter is undefined.
+
+ pTBI points at the PTBI structure related to the thread and processing
+ level involved.
+
+ TBIRES return value at both processing levels is similar in terms of any
+ changes that the handler makes. By default the State argument value
+ passed in should be returned.
+
+ Sig.TrigMask value is bits to OR back into TXMASKI when the handler
+ completes to enable currently disabled interrupts.
+
+ Sig.SaveMask value is ignored.
+
+ Sig.pCtx is ignored.
+
+ */
+typedef TBIRES (*PTBIAPIFN)( TBIRES State, int SigNum,
+ int Triggers, int InstOrSWSId,
+ volatile struct _tbi_tag_ *pTBI );
+#endif /* ifndef __ASSEMBLY__ */
+
+#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
+/* The global memory map is described by a list of segment descriptors */
+typedef volatile struct _tbiseg_tag_ {
+ volatile struct _tbiseg_tag_ *pLink;
+ int Id; /* Id of the segment */
+ TBISPIN Lock; /* Spin-lock for struct (normally 0) */
+ unsigned int Bytes; /* Size of region in bytes */
+ void *pGAddr; /* Base addr of region in global space */
+ void *pLAddr; /* Base addr of region in local space */
+ int Data[2]; /* Segment specific data (may be extended) */
+
+} TBISEG, *PTBISEG;
+#endif /* ifndef __ASSEMBLY__ */
+
+/* Offsets of fields in TBISEG structure */
+#define TBISEG_pLink ( 0)
+#define TBISEG_Id ( 4)
+#define TBISEG_Lock ( 8)
+#define TBISEG_Bytes (12)
+#define TBISEG_pGAddr (16)
+#define TBISEG_pLAddr (20)
+#define TBISEG_Data (24)
+
+#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
+typedef volatile struct _tbi_tag_ {
+ int SigMask; /* Bits set to represent S/W events */
+ PTBIKICK pKick; /* Kick addr for S/W events */
+ void *pCCB; /* Extended S/W events */
+ PTBISEG pSeg; /* Related segment structure */
+ PTBIAPIFN fnSigs[TBID_SIGNUM_MAX+1];/* Signal handler API table */
+} *PTBI, TBI;
+#endif /* ifndef __ASSEMBLY__ */
+
+/* Byte offsets of fields within TBI */
+#define TBI_SigMask (0)
+#define TBI_pKick (4)
+#define TBI_pCCB (8)
+#define TBI_pSeg (12)
+#define TBI_fnSigs (16)
+
+#ifdef TBI_1_4
+#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
+/* This handler should be used for TBID_SIGNUM_DFR */
+extern TBIRES __TBIHandleDFR ( TBIRES State, int SigNum,
+ int Triggers, int InstOrSWSId,
+ volatile struct _tbi_tag_ *pTBI );
+#endif
+#endif
+
+/* String table entry - special values */
+#define METAG_TBI_STRS (0x5300) /* Tag : If entry is valid */
+#define METAG_TBI_STRE (0x4500) /* Tag : If entry is end of table */
+#define METAG_TBI_STRG (0x4700) /* Tag : If entry is a gap */
+#define METAG_TBI_STRX (0x5A00) /* TransLen : If no translation present */
+
+#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
+typedef volatile struct _tbistr_tag_ {
+ short Bytes; /* Length of entry in Bytes */
+ short Tag; /* Normally METAG_TBI_STRS(0x5300) */
+ short Len; /* Length of the string entry (incl null) */
+ short TransLen; /* Normally METAG_TBI_STRX(0x5A00) */
+ char String[8]; /* Zero terminated (may-be bigger) */
+
+} TBISTR, *PTBISTR;
+#endif /* ifndef __ASSEMBLY__ */
+
+/* Cache size information - available as fields of Data[1] of global heap
+ segment */
+#define METAG_TBI_ICACHE_SIZE_S 0 /* see comments below */
+#define METAG_TBI_ICACHE_SIZE_BITS 0x0000000F
+#define METAG_TBI_ICACHE_FILL_S 4
+#define METAG_TBI_ICACHE_FILL_BITS 0x000000F0
+#define METAG_TBI_DCACHE_SIZE_S 8
+#define METAG_TBI_DCACHE_SIZE_BITS 0x00000F00
+#define METAG_TBI_DCACHE_FILL_S 12
+#define METAG_TBI_DCACHE_FILL_BITS 0x0000F000
+
+/* METAG_TBI_xCACHE_SIZE
+ Describes the physical cache size rounded up to the next power of 2
+ relative to a 16K (2^14) cache. These sizes are encoded as a signed addend
+ to this base power of 2, for example
+ 4K -> 2^12 -> -2 (i.e. 12-14)
+ 8K -> 2^13 -> -1
+ 16K -> 2^14 -> 0
+ 32K -> 2^15 -> +1
+ 64K -> 2^16 -> +2
+ 128K -> 2^17 -> +3
+
+ METAG_TBI_xCACHE_FILL
+ Describes the physical cache size within the power of 2 area given by
+ the value above. For example a 10K cache may be represented as having
+ nearest size 16K with a fill of 10 sixteenths. This is encoded as the
+ number of unused 1/16ths, for example
+ 0000 -> 0 -> 16/16
+ 0001 -> 1 -> 15/16
+ 0010 -> 2 -> 14/16
+ ...
+ 1111 -> 15 -> 1/16
+ */
+
+#define METAG_TBI_CACHE_SIZE_BASE_LOG2 14
+
+/* Each declaration made by this macro generates a TBISTR entry */
+#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
+#define TBISTR_DECL( Name, Str ) \
+ __attribute__ ((__section__ (".tbistr") )) const char Name[] = #Str
+#endif
+
+/* META timer values - see below for Timer support routines */
+#define TBI_TIMERWAIT_MIN (-16) /* Minimum 'recommended' period */
+#define TBI_TIMERWAIT_MAX (-0x7FFFFFFF) /* Maximum 'recommended' period */
+
+#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
+/* These macros allow direct access from C to any register known to the
+ assembler or defined in machine.h. Example candidates are TXTACTCYC,
+ TXIDLECYC, and TXPRIVEXT. Note that when higher level macros and routines
+ like the timer and trigger handling features below these should be used in
+ preference to this direct low-level access mechanism. */
+#define TBI_GETREG( Reg ) __extension__ ({\
+ int __GRValue; \
+ __asm__ volatile ("MOV\t%0," #Reg "\t/* (*TBI_GETREG OK) */" : \
+ "=r" (__GRValue) ); \
+ __GRValue; })
+
+#define TBI_SETREG( Reg, Value ) do {\
+ int __SRValue = Value; \
+ __asm__ volatile ("MOV\t" #Reg ",%0\t/* (*TBI_SETREG OK) */" : \
+ : "r" (__SRValue) ); } while (0)
+
+#define TBI_SWAPREG( Reg, Value ) do {\
+ int __XRValue = (Value); \
+ __asm__ volatile ("SWAP\t" #Reg ",%0\t/* (*TBI_SWAPREG OK) */" : \
+ "=r" (__XRValue) : "0" (__XRValue) ); \
+ Value = __XRValue; } while (0)
+
+/* Obtain and/or release global critical section lock given that interrupts
+ are already disabled and/or should remain disabled. */
+#define TBI_NOINTSCRITON do {\
+ __asm__ volatile ("LOCK1\t\t/* (*TBI_NOINTSCRITON OK) */");} while (0)
+#define TBI_NOINTSCRITOFF do {\
+ __asm__ volatile ("LOCK0\t\t/* (*TBI_NOINTSCRITOFF OK) */");} while (0)
+/* Optimised in-lining versions of the above macros */
+
+#define TBI_LOCK( TrigState ) do {\
+ int __TRValue; \
+ int __ALOCKHI = LINSYSEVENT_WR_ATOMIC_LOCK & 0xFFFF0000; \
+ __asm__ volatile ("MOV %0,#0\t\t/* (*TBI_LOCK ... */\n\t" \
+ "SWAP\t%0,TXMASKI\t/* ... */\n\t" \
+ "LOCK2\t\t/* ... */\n\t" \
+ "SETD\t[%1+#0x40],D1RtP /* ... OK) */" : \
+ "=r&" (__TRValue) : "u" (__ALOCKHI) ); \
+ TrigState = __TRValue; } while (0)
+#define TBI_CRITON( TrigState ) do {\
+ int __TRValue; \
+ __asm__ volatile ("MOV %0,#0\t\t/* (*TBI_CRITON ... */\n\t" \
+ "SWAP\t%0,TXMASKI\t/* ... */\n\t" \
+ "LOCK1\t\t/* ... OK) */" : \
+ "=r" (__TRValue) ); \
+ TrigState = __TRValue; } while (0)
+
+#define TBI_INTSX( TrigState ) do {\
+ int __TRValue = TrigState; \
+ __asm__ volatile ("SWAP\t%0,TXMASKI\t/* (*TBI_INTSX OK) */" : \
+ "=r" (__TRValue) : "0" (__TRValue) ); \
+ TrigState = __TRValue; } while (0)
+
+#define TBI_UNLOCK( TrigState ) do {\
+ int __TRValue = TrigState; \
+ int __ALOCKHI = LINSYSEVENT_WR_ATOMIC_LOCK & 0xFFFF0000; \
+ __asm__ volatile ("SETD\t[%1+#0x00],D1RtP\t/* (*TBI_UNLOCK ... */\n\t" \
+ "LOCK0\t\t/* ... */\n\t" \
+ "MOV\tTXMASKI,%0\t/* ... OK) */" : \
+ : "r" (__TRValue), "u" (__ALOCKHI) ); } while (0)
+
+#define TBI_CRITOFF( TrigState ) do {\
+ int __TRValue = TrigState; \
+ __asm__ volatile ("LOCK0\t\t/* (*TBI_CRITOFF ... */\n\t" \
+ "MOV\tTXMASKI,%0\t/* ... OK) */" : \
+ : "r" (__TRValue) ); } while (0)
+
+#define TBI_TRIGSX( SrcDst ) do { TBI_SWAPREG( TXMASK, SrcDst );} while (0)
+
+/* Composite macros to perform logic ops on INTS or TRIGS masks */
+#define TBI_INTSOR( Bits ) do {\
+ int __TT = 0; TBI_INTSX(__TT); \
+ __TT |= (Bits); TBI_INTSX(__TT); } while (0)
+
+#define TBI_INTSAND( Bits ) do {\
+ int __TT = 0; TBI_INTSX(__TT); \
+ __TT &= (Bits); TBI_INTSX(__TT); } while (0)
+
+#ifdef TBI_1_4
+#define TBI_DEFRICTRLSOR( Bits ) do {\
+ int __TT = TBI_GETREG( CT.20 ); \
+ __TT |= (Bits); TBI_SETREG( CT.20, __TT); } while (0)
+
+#define TBI_DEFRICTRLSAND( Bits ) do {\
+ int __TT = TBI_GETREG( TXDEFR ); \
+ __TT &= (Bits); TBI_SETREG( CT.20, __TT); } while (0)
+#endif
+
+#define TBI_TRIGSOR( Bits ) do {\
+ int __TT = TBI_GETREG( TXMASK ); \
+ __TT |= (Bits); TBI_SETREG( TXMASK, __TT); } while (0)
+
+#define TBI_TRIGSAND( Bits ) do {\
+ int __TT = TBI_GETREG( TXMASK ); \
+ __TT &= (Bits); TBI_SETREG( TXMASK, __TT); } while (0)
+
+/* Macros to disable and re-enable interrupts using TBI_INTSX, deliberate
+ traps and exceptions can still be handled within the critical section. */
+#define TBI_STOPINTS( Value ) do {\
+ int __TT = TBI_GETREG( TXMASKI ); \
+ __TT &= TXSTATI_BGNDHALT_BIT; TBI_INTSX( __TT ); \
+ Value = __TT; } while (0)
+#define TBI_RESTINTS( Value ) do {\
+ int __TT = Value; TBI_INTSX( __TT ); } while (0)
+
+/* Return pointer to segment list at current privilege level */
+PTBISEG __TBISegList( void );
+
+/* Search the segment list for a match given Id, pStart can be NULL */
+PTBISEG __TBIFindSeg( PTBISEG pStart, int Id );
+
+/* Prepare a new segment structure using space from within another */
+PTBISEG __TBINewSeg( PTBISEG pFromSeg, int Id, unsigned int Bytes );
+
+/* Prepare a new segment using any global or local heap segments available */
+PTBISEG __TBIMakeNewSeg( int Id, unsigned int Bytes );
+
+/* Insert a new segment into the segment list so __TBIFindSeg can locate it */
+void __TBIAddSeg( PTBISEG pSeg );
+#define __TBIADDSEG_DEF /* Some versions failed to define this */
+
+/* Return Id of current thread; TBID_ISTAT_BIT+TBID_THREAD_BITS */
+int __TBIThreadId( void );
+
+/* Return TBIRES.Thrd data for current thread */
+TBIRES __TBIThrdPrivId( void );
+
+/* Return pointer to current threads TBI root block.
+ Id implies whether Int or Background root block is required */
+PTBI __TBI( int Id );
+
+/* Try to set Mask bit using the spin-lock protocol, return 0 if fails and
+ new state if succeeds */
+int __TBIPoll( PTBISPIN pLock, int Mask );
+
+/* Set Mask bits via the spin-lock protocol in *pLock, return new state */
+int __TBISpin( PTBISPIN pLock, int Mask );
+
+/* Default handler set up for all TBI.fnSigs entries during initialisation */
+TBIRES __TBIUnExpXXX( TBIRES State, int SigNum,
+ int Triggers, int Inst, PTBI pTBI );
+
+/* Call this routine to service triggers at background processing level. The
+ TBID_POLL_BIT of the Id parameter value will be used to indicate that the
+ routine should return if no triggers need to be serviced initially. If this
+ bit is not set the routine will block until one trigger handler is serviced
+ and then behave like the poll case servicing any remaining triggers
+ actually outstanding before returning. Normally the State parameter should
+ be simply initialised to zero and the result should be ignored, other
+ values/options are for internal use only. */
+TBIRES __TBISyncTrigger( TBIRES State, int Id );
+
+/* Call this routine to enable processing of triggers by signal handlers at
+ interrupt level. The State parameter value passed is returned by this
+ routine. The State.Sig.TrigMask field also specifies the initial
+ state of the interrupt mask register TXMASKI to be setup by the call.
+ The other parts of the State parameter are ignored unless the PRIV bit is
+ set in the SaveMask field. In this case the State.Sig.pCtx field specifies
+ the base of the stack to which the interrupt system should switch into
+ as it saves the state of the previously executing code. In the case the
+ thread will be unprivileged as it continues execution at the return
+ point of this routine and it's future state will be effectively never
+ trusted to be valid. */
+TBIRES __TBIASyncTrigger( TBIRES State );
+
+/* Call this to swap soft threads executing at the background processing level.
+ The TBIRES returned to the new thread will be the same as the NextThread
+ value specified to the call. The NextThread.Switch.pCtx value specifies
+ which thread context to restore and the NextThread.Switch.Para value can
+ hold an arbitrary expression to be passed between the threads. The saved
+ state of the previous thread will be stored in a TBICTX descriptor created
+ on it's stack and the address of this will be stored into the *rpSaveCtx
+ location specified. */
+TBIRES __TBISwitch( TBIRES NextThread, PTBICTX *rpSaveCtx );
+
+/* Call this to initialise a stack frame ready for further use, up to four
+ 32-bit arguments may be specified after the fixed args to be passed via
+ the new stack pStack to the routine specified via fnMain. If the
+ main-line routine ever returns the thread will operate as if main itself
+ had returned and terminate with the return code given. */
+typedef int (*PTBIMAINFN)( TBIRES Arg /*, <= 4 additional 32-bit args */ );
+PTBICTX __TBISwitchInit( void *pStack, PTBIMAINFN fnMain, ... );
+
+/* Call this to resume a thread from a saved synchronous TBICTX state.
+ The TBIRES returned to the new thread will be the same as the NextThread
+ value specified to the call. The NextThread.Switch.pCtx value specifies
+ which thread context to restore and the NextThread.Switch.Para value can
+ hold an arbitrary expression to be passed between the threads. The context
+ of the calling thread is lost and this routine never returns to the
+ caller. The TrigsMask value supplied is ored into TXMASKI to enable
+ interrupts after the context of the new thread is established. */
+void __TBISyncResume( TBIRES NextThread, int TrigsMask );
+
+/* Call these routines to save and restore the extended states of
+ scheduled tasks. */
+void *__TBICtxSave( TBIRES State, void *pExt );
+void *__TBICtxRestore( TBIRES State, void *pExt );
+
+#ifdef TBI_1_4
+#ifdef TBI_FASTINT_1_4
+/* Call these routines to copy the GP state to a separate buffer
+ * Only necessary for context switching.
+ */
+PTBICTXGP __TBICtx2SaveCrit( PTBICTX2 pCurrentCtx, PTBICTX2 pSaveCtx );
+void *__TBICtx2SaveGP( PTBICTXGP pCurrentCtxGP, PTBICTXGP pSaveCtxGP );
+
+/* Call these routines to save and restore the extended states of
+ scheduled tasks. */
+void *__TBICtx2Save( PTBICTXGP pCtxGP, short SaveMask, void *pExt );
+void *__TBICtx2Restore( PTBICTX2 pCtx, short SaveMask, void *pExt );
+#endif
+
+/* If FPAC flag is set then significant FPU context exists. Call these routine
+ to save and restore it */
+void *__TBICtxFPUSave( TBIRES State, void *pExt );
+void *__TBICtxFPURestore( TBIRES State, void *pExt );
+
+#ifdef TBI_FASTINT_1_4
+extern void *__TBICtx2FPUSave (PTBICTXGP, short, void*);
+extern void *__TBICtx2FPURestore (PTBICTXGP, short, void*);
+#endif
+#endif
+
+#ifdef TBI_1_4
+/* Call these routines to save and restore DSPRAM. */
+void *__TBIDspramSaveA (short DspramSizes, void *pExt);
+void *__TBIDspramSaveB (short DspramSizes, void *pExt);
+void *__TBIDspramRestoreA (short DspramSizes, void *pExt);
+void *__TBIDspramRestoreB (short DspramSizes, void *pExt);
+#endif
+
+/* This routine should be used at the entrypoint of interrupt handlers to
+ re-enable higher priority interrupts and/or save state from the previously
+ executing background code. State is a TBIRES.Sig parameter with NoNestMask
+ indicating the triggers (if any) that should remain disabled and SaveMask
+ CBUF bit indicating the if the hardware catch buffer is dirty. Optionally
+ any number of extended state bits X??? including XCBF can be specified to
+ force a nested state save call to __TBICtxSave before the current routine
+ continues. (In the latter case __TBICtxRestore should be called to restore
+ any extended states before the background thread of execution is resumed)
+
+ By default (no X??? bits specified in SaveMask) this routine performs a
+ sub-call to __TBICtxSave with the pExt and State parameters specified IF
+ some triggers could be serviced while the current interrupt handler
+ executes and the hardware catch buffer is actually dirty. In this case
+ this routine provides the XCBF bit in State.Sig.SaveMask to force the
+ __TBICtxSave to extract the current catch state.
+
+ The NoNestMask parameter should normally indicate that the same or lower
+ triggers than those provoking the current handler call should not be
+ serviced in nested calls, zero may be specified if all possible interrupts
+ are to be allowed.
+
+ The TBIRES.Sig value returned will be similar to the State parameter
+ specified with the XCBF bit ORed into it's SaveMask if a context save was
+ required and fewer bits set in it's TrigMask corresponding to the same/lower
+ priority interrupt triggers still not enabled. */
+TBIRES __TBINestInts( TBIRES State, void *pExt, int NoNestMask );
+
+/* This routine causes the TBICTX structure specified in State.Sig.pCtx to
+ be restored. This implies that execution will not return to the caller.
+ The State.Sig.TrigMask field will be restored during the context switch
+ such that any immediately occuring interrupts occur in the context of the
+ newly specified task. The State.Sig.SaveMask parameter is ignored. */
+void __TBIASyncResume( TBIRES State );
+
+/* Call this routine to enable fastest possible processing of one or more
+ interrupt triggers via a unified signal handler. The handler concerned
+ must simple return after servicing the related hardware.
+ The State.Sig.TrigMask parameter indicates the interrupt triggers to be
+ enabled and the Thin.Thin.fnHandler specifies the routine to call and
+ the whole Thin parameter value will be passed to this routine unaltered as
+ it's first parameter. */
+void __TBIASyncThin( TBIRES State, TBIRES Thin );
+
+/* Do this before performing your own direct spin-lock access - use TBI_LOCK */
+int __TBILock( void );
+
+/* Do this after performing your own direct spin-lock access - use TBI_UNLOCK */
+void __TBIUnlock( int TrigState );
+
+/* Obtain and release global critical section lock - only stops execution
+ of interrupts on this thread and similar critical section code on other
+ local threads - use TBI_CRITON or TBI_CRITOFF */
+int __TBICritOn( void );
+void __TBICritOff( int TrigState );
+
+/* Change INTS (TXMASKI) - return old state - use TBI_INTSX */
+int __TBIIntsX( int NewMask );
+
+/* Change TRIGS (TXMASK) - return old state - use TBI_TRIGSX */
+int __TBITrigsX( int NewMask );
+
+/* This function initialises a timer for first use, only the TBID_ISTAT_BIT
+ of the Id parameter is used to indicate which timer is to be modified. The
+ Wait value should either be zero to disable the timer concerned or be in
+ the recommended TBI_TIMERWAIT_* range to specify the delay required before
+ the first timer trigger occurs.
+
+ The TBID_ISTAT_BIT of the Id parameter similar effects all other timer
+ support functions (see below). */
+void __TBITimerCtrl( int Id, int Wait );
+
+/* This routine returns a 64-bit time stamp value that is initialised to zero
+ via a __TBITimerCtrl timer enabling call. */
+long long __TBITimeStamp( int Id );
+
+/* To manage a periodic timer each period elapsed should be subracted from
+ the current timer value to attempt to set up the next timer trigger. The
+ Wait parameter should be a value in the recommended TBI_TIMERWAIT_* range.
+ The return value is the new aggregate value that the timer was updated to,
+ if this is less than zero then a timer trigger is guaranteed to be
+ generated after the number of ticks implied, if a positive result is
+ returned either itterative or step-wise corrective action must be taken to
+ resynchronise the timer and hence provoke a future timer trigger. */
+int __TBITimerAdd( int Id, int Wait );
+
+/* String table search function, pStart is first entry to check or NULL,
+ pStr is string data to search for and MatchLen is either length of string
+ to compare for an exact match or negative length to compare for partial
+ match. */
+const TBISTR *__TBIFindStr( const TBISTR *pStart,
+ const char *pStr, int MatchLen );
+
+/* String table translate function, pStr is text to translate and Len is
+ it's length. Value returned may not be a string pointer if the
+ translation value is really some other type, 64-bit alignment of the return
+ pointer is guaranteed so almost any type including a structure could be
+ located with this routine. */
+const void *__TBITransStr( const char *pStr, int Len );
+
+
+
+/* Arbitrary physical memory access windows, use different Channels to avoid
+ conflict/thrashing within a single piece of code. */
+void *__TBIPhysAccess( int Channel, int PhysAddr, int Bytes );
+void __TBIPhysRelease( int Channel, void *pLinAddr );
+
+#ifdef METAC_1_0
+/* Data cache function nullified because data cache is off */
+#define TBIDCACHE_FLUSH( pAddr )
+#define TBIDCACHE_PRELOAD( Type, pAddr ) ((Type) (pAddr))
+#define TBIDCACHE_REFRESH( Type, pAddr ) ((Type) (pAddr))
+#endif
+#ifdef METAC_1_1
+/* To flush a single cache line from the data cache using a linear address */
+#define TBIDCACHE_FLUSH( pAddr ) ((volatile char *) \
+ (((unsigned int) (pAddr))>>LINSYSLFLUSH_S))[0] = 0
+
+extern void * __builtin_dcache_preload (void *);
+
+/* Try to ensure that the data at the address concerned is in the cache */
+#define TBIDCACHE_PRELOAD( Type, Addr ) \
+ ((Type) __builtin_dcache_preload ((void *)(Addr)))
+
+extern void * __builtin_dcache_refresh (void *);
+
+/* Flush any old version of data from address and re-load a new copy */
+#define TBIDCACHE_REFRESH( Type, Addr ) __extension__ ({ \
+ Type __addr = (Type)(Addr); \
+ (void)__builtin_dcache_refresh ((void *)(((unsigned int)(__addr))>>6)); \
+ __addr; })
+
+#endif
+#ifndef METAC_1_0
+#ifndef METAC_1_1
+/* Support for DCACHE builtin */
+extern void __builtin_dcache_flush (void *);
+
+/* To flush a single cache line from the data cache using a linear address */
+#define TBIDCACHE_FLUSH( Addr ) \
+ __builtin_dcache_flush ((void *)(Addr))
+
+extern void * __builtin_dcache_preload (void *);
+
+/* Try to ensure that the data at the address concerned is in the cache */
+#define TBIDCACHE_PRELOAD( Type, Addr ) \
+ ((Type) __builtin_dcache_preload ((void *)(Addr)))
+
+extern void * __builtin_dcache_refresh (void *);
+
+/* Flush any old version of data from address and re-load a new copy */
+#define TBIDCACHE_REFRESH( Type, Addr ) \
+ ((Type) __builtin_dcache_refresh ((void *)(Addr)))
+
+#endif
+#endif
+
+/* Flush the MMCU cache */
+#define TBIMCACHE_FLUSH() { ((volatile int *) LINSYSCFLUSH_MMCU)[0] = 0; }
+
+#ifdef METAC_2_1
+/* Obtain the MMU table entry for the specified address */
+#define TBIMTABLE_LEAFDATA(ADDR) TBIXCACHE_RD((int)(ADDR) & (-1<<6))
+
+#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
+/* Obtain the full MMU table entry for the specified address */
+#define TBIMTABLE_DATA(ADDR) __extension__ ({ TBIRES __p; \
+ __p.Val = TBIXCACHE_RL((int)(ADDR) & (-1<<6)); \
+ __p; })
+#endif
+#endif
+
+/* Combine a physical base address, and a linear address
+ * Internal use only
+ */
+#define _TBIMTABLE_LIN2PHYS(PHYS, LIN, LMASK) (void*)(((int)(PHYS)&0xFFFFF000)\
+ +((int)(LIN)&(LMASK)))
+
+/* Convert a linear to a physical address */
+#define TBIMTABLE_LIN2PHYS(LEAFDATA, ADDR) \
+ (((LEAFDATA) & CRLINPHY0_VAL_BIT) \
+ ? _TBIMTABLE_LIN2PHYS(LEAFDATA, ADDR, 0x00000FFF) \
+ : 0)
+
+/* Debug support - using external debugger or host */
+void __TBIDumpSegListEntries( void );
+void __TBILogF( const char *pFmt, ... );
+void __TBIAssert( const char *pFile, int LineNum, const char *pExp );
+void __TBICont( const char *pMsg, ... ); /* TBIAssert -> 'wait for continue' */
+
+/* Array of signal name data for debug messages */
+extern const char __TBISigNames[];
+#endif /* ifndef __ASSEMBLY__ */
+
+
+
+/* Scale of sub-strings in the __TBISigNames string list */
+#define TBI_SIGNAME_SCALE 4
+#define TBI_SIGNAME_SCALE_S 2
+
+#define TBI_1_3
+
+#ifdef TBI_1_3
+
+#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
+#define TBIXCACHE_RD(ADDR) __extension__ ({\
+ void * __Addr = (void *)(ADDR); \
+ int __Data; \
+ __asm__ volatile ( "CACHERD\t%0,[%1+#0]" : \
+ "=r" (__Data) : "r" (__Addr) ); \
+ __Data; })
+
+#define TBIXCACHE_RL(ADDR) __extension__ ({\
+ void * __Addr = (void *)(ADDR); \
+ long long __Data; \
+ __asm__ volatile ( "CACHERL\t%0,%t0,[%1+#0]" : \
+ "=d" (__Data) : "r" (__Addr) ); \
+ __Data; })
+
+#define TBIXCACHE_WD(ADDR, DATA) do {\
+ void * __Addr = (void *)(ADDR); \
+ int __Data = DATA; \
+ __asm__ volatile ( "CACHEWD\t[%0+#0],%1" : \
+ : "r" (__Addr), "r" (__Data) ); } while(0)
+
+#define TBIXCACHE_WL(ADDR, DATA) do {\
+ void * __Addr = (void *)(ADDR); \
+ long long __Data = DATA; \
+ __asm__ volatile ( "CACHEWL\t[%0+#0],%1,%t1" : \
+ : "r" (__Addr), "r" (__Data) ); } while(0)
+
+#ifdef TBI_4_0
+
+#define TBICACHE_FLUSH_L1D_L2(ADDR) \
+ TBIXCACHE_WD(ADDR, CACHEW_FLUSH_L1D_L2)
+#define TBICACHE_WRITEBACK_L1D_L2(ADDR) \
+ TBIXCACHE_WD(ADDR, CACHEW_WRITEBACK_L1D_L2)
+#define TBICACHE_INVALIDATE_L1D(ADDR) \
+ TBIXCACHE_WD(ADDR, CACHEW_INVALIDATE_L1D)
+#define TBICACHE_INVALIDATE_L1D_L2(ADDR) \
+ TBIXCACHE_WD(ADDR, CACHEW_INVALIDATE_L1D_L2)
+#define TBICACHE_INVALIDATE_L1DTLB(ADDR) \
+ TBIXCACHE_WD(ADDR, CACHEW_INVALIDATE_L1DTLB)
+#define TBICACHE_INVALIDATE_L1I(ADDR) \
+ TBIXCACHE_WD(ADDR, CACHEW_INVALIDATE_L1I)
+#define TBICACHE_INVALIDATE_L1ITLB(ADDR) \
+ TBIXCACHE_WD(ADDR, CACHEW_INVALIDATE_L1ITLB)
+
+#endif /* TBI_4_0 */
+#endif /* ifndef __ASSEMBLY__ */
+
+/*
+ * Calculate linear PC value from real PC and Minim mode control, the LSB of
+ * the result returned indicates if address compression has occured.
+ */
+#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
+#define METAG_LINPC( PCVal ) (\
+ ( (TBI_GETREG(TXPRIVEXT) & TXPRIVEXT_MINIMON_BIT) != 0 ) ? ( \
+ ( ((PCVal) & 0x00900000) == 0x00900000 ) ? \
+ (((PCVal) & 0xFFE00000) + (((PCVal) & 0x001FFFFC)>>1) + 1) : \
+ ( ((PCVal) & 0x00800000) == 0x00000000 ) ? \
+ (((PCVal) & 0xFF800000) + (((PCVal) & 0x007FFFFC)>>1) + 1) : \
+ (PCVal) ) \
+ : (PCVal) )
+#define METAG_LINPC_X2BIT 0x00000001 /* Make (Size>>1) if compressed */
+
+/* Convert an arbitrary Linear address into a valid Minim PC or return 0 */
+#define METAG_PCMINIM( LinVal ) (\
+ (((LinVal) & 0x00980000) == 0x00880000) ? \
+ (((LinVal) & 0xFFE00000) + (((LinVal) & 0x000FFFFE)<<1)) : \
+ (((LinVal) & 0x00C00000) == 0x00000000) ? \
+ (((LinVal) & 0xFF800000) + (((LinVal) & 0x003FFFFE)<<1)) : 0 )
+
+/* Reverse a METAG_LINPC conversion step to return the original PCVal */
+#define METAG_PCLIN( LinVal ) ( 0xFFFFFFFC & (\
+ ( (LinVal & METAG_LINPC_X2BIT) != 0 ) ? METAG_PCMINIM( LinVal ) : \
+ (LinVal) ))
+
+/*
+ * Flush the MMCU Table cache privately for each thread. On cores that do not
+ * support per-thread flushing it will flush all threads mapping data.
+ */
+#define TBIMCACHE_TFLUSH(Thread) do {\
+ ((volatile int *)( LINSYSCFLUSH_TxMMCU_BASE + \
+ (LINSYSCFLUSH_TxMMCU_STRIDE*(Thread)) ))[0] = 0; \
+ } while(0)
+
+/*
+ * To flush a single linear-matched cache line from the code cache. In
+ * cases where Minim is possible the METAC_LINPC operation must be used
+ * to pre-process the address being flushed.
+ */
+#define TBIICACHE_FLUSH( pAddr ) TBIXCACHE_WD (pAddr, CACHEW_ICACHE_BIT)
+
+/* To flush a single linear-matched mapping from code/data MMU table cache */
+#define TBIMCACHE_AFLUSH( pAddr, SegType ) \
+ TBIXCACHE_WD(pAddr, CACHEW_TLBFLUSH_BIT + ( \
+ ((SegType) == TBID_SEGTYPE_TEXT) ? CACHEW_ICACHE_BIT : 0 ))
+
+/*
+ * To flush translation data corresponding to a range of addresses without
+ * using TBITCACHE_FLUSH to flush all of this threads translation data. It
+ * is necessary to know what stride (>= 4K) must be used to flush a specific
+ * region.
+ *
+ * For example direct mapped regions use the maximum page size (512K) which may
+ * mean that only one flush is needed to cover the sub-set of the direct
+ * mapped area used since it was setup.
+ *
+ * The function returns the stride on which flushes should be performed.
+ *
+ * If 0 is returned then the region is not subject to MMU caching, if -1 is
+ * returned then this indicates that only TBIMCACHE_TFLUSH can be used to
+ * flush the region concerned rather than TBIMCACHE_AFLUSH which this
+ * function is designed to support.
+ */
+int __TBIMMUCacheStride( const void *pStart, int Bytes );
+
+/*
+ * This function will use the above lower level functions to achieve a MMU
+ * table data flush in an optimal a fashion as possible. On a system that
+ * supports linear address based caching this function will also call the
+ * code or data cache flush functions to maintain address/data coherency.
+ *
+ * SegType should be TBID_SEGTYPE_TEXT if the address range is for code or
+ * any other value such as TBID_SEGTYPE_DATA for data. If an area is
+ * used in both ways then call this function twice; once for each.
+ */
+void __TBIMMUCacheFlush( const void *pStart, int Bytes, int SegType );
+
+/*
+ * Cached Core mode setup and flush functions allow one code and one data
+ * region of the corresponding global or local cache partion size to be
+ * locked into the corresponding cache memory. This prevents normal LRU
+ * logic discarding the code or data and avoids write-thru bandwidth in
+ * data areas. Code mappings are selected by specifying TBID_SEGTYPE_TEXT
+ * for SegType, otherwise data mappings are created.
+ *
+ * Mode supplied should always contain the VALID bit and WINx selection data.
+ * Data areas will be mapped read-only if the WRITE bit is not added.
+ *
+ * The address returned by the Opt function will either be the same as that
+ * passed in (if optimisation cannot be supported) or the base of the new core
+ * cached region in linear address space. The returned address must be passed
+ * into the End function to remove the mapping when required. If a non-core
+ * cached memory address is passed into it the End function has no effect.
+ * Note that the region accessed MUST be flushed from the appropriate cache
+ * before the End function is called to deliver correct operation.
+ */
+void *__TBICoreCacheOpt( const void *pStart, int Bytes, int SegType, int Mode );
+void __TBICoreCacheEnd( const void *pOpt, int Bytes, int SegType );
+
+/*
+ * Optimise physical access channel and flush side effects before releasing
+ * the channel. If pStart is NULL the whole region must be flushed and this is
+ * done automatically by the channel release function if optimisation is
+ * enabled. Flushing the specific region that may have been accessed before
+ * release should optimises this process. On physically cached systems we do
+ * not flush the code/data caches only the MMU table data needs flushing.
+ */
+void __TBIPhysOptim( int Channel, int IMode, int DMode );
+void __TBIPhysFlush( int Channel, const void *pStart, int Bytes );
+#endif
+#endif /* ifdef TBI_1_3 */
+
+#endif /* _ASM_METAG_TBX_H_ */
--
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