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/* Copyright (C) 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
   This file is part of the GNU C Library.
   Written by Andreas Schwab, <schwab@issan.informatik.uni-dortmund.de>,
   December 1995.

   The GNU C Library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
   modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
   License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
   version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

   The GNU C Library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
   but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
   Lesser General Public License for more details.

   You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
   License along with the GNU C Library; if not, write to the Free
   Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA
   02111-1307 USA.  */

#include <sysdeps/unix/sysdep.h>
#include <sysdeps/m68k/sysdep.h>

/* Defines RTLD_PRIVATE_ERRNO.  */
#include <dl-sysdep.h>

/* For Linux we can use the system call table in the header file
   of the kernel.  But these symbols do not follow the SYS_* syntax
   so we have to redefine the `SYS_ify' macro here.  */
#undef SYS_ify
#ifdef __STDC__
# define SYS_ify(syscall_name)      __NR_##syscall_name
# define SYS_ify(syscall_name)      __NR_/**/syscall_name

#ifdef __ASSEMBLER__

/* Linux uses a negative return value to indicate syscall errors, unlike
   most Unices, which use the condition codes' carry flag.

   Since version 2.1 the return value of a system call might be negative
   even if the call succeeded.  E.g., the `lseek' system call might return
   a large offset.  Therefore we must not anymore test for < 0, but test
   for a real error by making sure the value in %d0 is a real error
   number.  Linus said he will make sure the no syscall returns a value
   in -1 .. -4095 as a valid result so we can savely test with -4095.  */

/* We don't want the label for the error handler to be visible in the symbol
   table when we define it here.  */
#ifdef PIC
#define SYSCALL_ERROR_LABEL .Lsyscall_error
#define SYSCALL_ERROR_LABEL __syscall_error

#undef PSEUDO
#define     PSEUDO(name, syscall_name, args)                            \
  .text;                                                    \
  ENTRY (name)                                                    \
    DO_CALL (syscall_name, args);                                 \
    cmp.l &-4095, %d0;                                            \

#define PSEUDO_END(name)                                          \
  SYSCALL_ERROR_HANDLER;                                          \
  END (name)

#ifdef PIC
#  define SYSCALL_ERROR_HANDLER                                         \
SYSCALL_ERROR_LABEL:                                              \
    lea (errno, %pc), %a0;                                              \
    neg.l %d0;                                                    \
    move.l %d0, (%a0);                                            \
    move.l &-1, %d0;                                              \
    /* Copy return value to %a0 for syscalls that are declared to return      \
       a pointer (e.g., mmap).  */                                \
    move.l %d0, %a0;                                              \
# else /* !RTLD_PRIVATE_ERRNO */
/* Store (- %d0) into errno through the GOT.  */
#  if defined _LIBC_REENTRANT
#   define SYSCALL_ERROR_HANDLER                                  \
SYSCALL_ERROR_LABEL:                                              \
    neg.l %d0;                                                    \
    move.l %d0, -(%sp);                                           \
    jbsr __errno_location@PLTPC;                                  \
    move.l (%sp)+, (%a0);                                         \
    move.l &-1, %d0;                                              \
    /* Copy return value to %a0 for syscalls that are declared to return      \
       a pointer (e.g., mmap).  */                                \
    move.l %d0, %a0;                                              \
#  else /* !_LIBC_REENTRANT */
#   define SYSCALL_ERROR_HANDLER                                  \
SYSCALL_ERROR_LABEL:                                              \
    move.l (errno@GOTPC, %pc), %a0;                               \
    neg.l %d0;                                                    \
    move.l %d0, (%a0);                                            \
    move.l &-1, %d0;                                              \
    /* Copy return value to %a0 for syscalls that are declared to return      \
       a pointer (e.g., mmap).  */                                \
    move.l %d0, %a0;                                              \
#  endif /* _LIBC_REENTRANT */
# endif /* RTLD_PRIVATE_ERRNO */
# define SYSCALL_ERROR_HANDLER      /* Nothing here; code in sysdep.S is used.  */
#endif /* PIC */

/* Linux takes system call arguments in registers:

      syscall number    %d0        call-clobbered
      arg 1       %d1        call-clobbered
      arg 2       %d2        call-saved
      arg 3       %d3        call-saved
      arg 4       %d4        call-saved
      arg 5       %d5        call-saved

   The stack layout upon entering the function is:

      20(%sp)           Arg# 5
      16(%sp)           Arg# 4
      12(%sp)           Arg# 3
       8(%sp)           Arg# 2
       4(%sp)           Arg# 1
        (%sp)           Return address

   (Of course a function with say 3 arguments does not have entries for
   arguments 4 and 5.)

   Separate move's are faster than movem, but need more space.  Since
   speed is more important, we don't use movem.  Since %a0 and %a1 are
   scratch registers, we can use them for saving as well.  */

#define DO_CALL(syscall_name, args)                                     \
    move.l &SYS_ify(syscall_name), %d0;                                 \
    DOARGS_##args                                           \
    trap &0;                                                      \

#define     DOARGS_0    /* No arguments to frob.  */
#define     UNDOARGS_0  /* No arguments to unfrob.  */
#define     _DOARGS_0(n)      /* No arguments to frob.  */

#define     DOARGS_1    _DOARGS_1 (4)
#define     _DOARGS_1(n)      move.l n(%sp), %d1; _DOARGS_0 (n)
#define     UNDOARGS_1  UNDOARGS_0

#define     DOARGS_2    _DOARGS_2 (8)
#define     _DOARGS_2(n)      move.l %d2, %a0; move.l n(%sp), %d2; _DOARGS_1 (n-4)
#define     UNDOARGS_2  UNDOARGS_1; move.l %a0, %d2

#define DOARGS_3  _DOARGS_3 (12)
#define _DOARGS_3(n)    move.l %d3, %a1; move.l n(%sp), %d3; _DOARGS_2 (n-4)
#define UNDOARGS_3      UNDOARGS_2; move.l %a1, %d3

#define DOARGS_4  _DOARGS_4 (16)
#define _DOARGS_4(n)    move.l %d4, -(%sp); move.l n+4(%sp), %d4; _DOARGS_3 (n)
#define UNDOARGS_4      UNDOARGS_3; move.l (%sp)+, %d4

#define DOARGS_5  _DOARGS_5 (20)
#define _DOARGS_5(n)    move.l %d5, -(%sp); move.l n+4(%sp), %d5; _DOARGS_4 (n)
#define UNDOARGS_5      UNDOARGS_4; move.l (%sp)+, %d5

#define     ret   rts
#if 0 /* Not used by Linux */
#define     r0    %d0
#define     r1    %d1
#define     MOVE(x,y)   movel x , y

#else /* not __ASSEMBLER__ */

/* Define a macro which expands into the inline wrapper code for a system
   call.  */
#define INLINE_SYSCALL(name, nr, args...)                   \
  ({ unsigned int _sys_result = INTERNAL_SYSCALL (name, , nr, args);    \
     if (__builtin_expect (INTERNAL_SYSCALL_ERROR_P (_sys_result, ), 0))\
       {                                              \
       __set_errno (INTERNAL_SYSCALL_ERRNO (_sys_result, ));            \
       _sys_result = (unsigned int) -1;                     \
       }                                              \
     (int) _sys_result; })

#define INTERNAL_SYSCALL_DECL(err) do { } while (0)

/* Define a macro which expands inline into the wrapper code for a system
   call.  This use is for internal calls that do not need to handle errors
   normally.  It will never touch errno.  This returns just what the kernel
   gave back.  */
#define INTERNAL_SYSCALL(name, err, nr, args...)      \
  ({ unsigned int _sys_result;                        \
     {                                          \
       LOAD_ARGS_##nr (args)                    \
       register int _d0 asm ("%d0") = __NR_##name;    \
       asm volatile ("trap #0"                        \
                 : "=d" (_d0)             \
                 : "0" (_d0) ASM_ARGS_##nr            \
                 : "memory");             \
       _sys_result = _d0;                       \
     }                                          \
     (int) _sys_result; })

#define INTERNAL_SYSCALL_ERROR_P(val, err)            \
  ((unsigned int) (val) >= -4095U)

#define INTERNAL_SYSCALL_ERRNO(val, err)  (-(val))

#define LOAD_ARGS_0()
#define ASM_ARGS_0
#define LOAD_ARGS_1(a1)                   \
  register int _d1 asm ("d1") = (int) (a1);     \
  LOAD_ARGS_0 ()
#define ASM_ARGS_1      ASM_ARGS_0, "d" (_d1)
#define LOAD_ARGS_2(a1, a2)               \
  register int _d2 asm ("d2") = (int) (a2);     \
  LOAD_ARGS_1 (a1)
#define ASM_ARGS_2      ASM_ARGS_1, "d" (_d2)
#define LOAD_ARGS_3(a1, a2, a3)                 \
  register int _d3 asm ("d3") = (int) (a3);     \
  LOAD_ARGS_2 (a1, a2)
#define ASM_ARGS_3      ASM_ARGS_2, "d" (_d3)
#define LOAD_ARGS_4(a1, a2, a3, a4)       \
  register int _d4 asm ("d4") = (int) (a4);     \
  LOAD_ARGS_3 (a1, a2, a3)
#define ASM_ARGS_4      ASM_ARGS_3, "d" (_d4)
#define LOAD_ARGS_5(a1, a2, a3, a4, a5)         \
  register int _d5 asm ("d5") = (int) (a5);     \
  LOAD_ARGS_4 (a1, a2, a3, a4)
#define ASM_ARGS_5      ASM_ARGS_4, "d" (_d5)
#define LOAD_ARGS_6(a1, a2, a3, a4, a5, a6)     \
  register int _a0 asm ("a0") = (int) (a6);     \
  LOAD_ARGS_5 (a1, a2, a3, a4, a5)
#define ASM_ARGS_6      ASM_ARGS_5, "a" (_a0)

#endif /* not __ASSEMBLER__ */

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