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Rev 101 → Rev 102

/trunk/sw/gcc-zippatch.patch
0,0 → 1,10543
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/config.sub gcc-5.3.0-zip/config.sub
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/config.sub 2015-01-02 04:30:21.000000000 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/config.sub 2016-01-30 12:27:56.023073747 -0500
@@ -316,7 +316,7 @@
| visium \
| we32k \
| x86 | xc16x | xstormy16 | xtensa \
- | z8k | z80)
+ | z8k | z80 | zip)
basic_machine=$basic_machine-unknown
;;
c54x)
@@ -1547,6 +1547,9 @@
# system, and we'll never get to this point.
case $basic_machine in
+ zip-*)
+ os=-elf
+ ;;
score-*)
os=-elf
;;
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/configure gcc-5.3.0-zip/configure
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/configure 2015-05-03 13:29:57.000000000 -0400
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/configure 2016-01-30 16:19:48.264867231 -0500
@@ -3927,6 +3927,8 @@
vax-*-*)
noconfigdirs="$noconfigdirs target-newlib target-libgloss"
;;
+ zip*)
+ noconfigdirs="$noconfigdirs target-libffi target-boehm-gc gdb gprof"
esac
# If we aren't building newlib, then don't build libgloss, since libgloss
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/configure.ac gcc-5.3.0-zip/configure.ac
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/configure.ac 2015-05-03 13:29:57.000000000 -0400
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/configure.ac 2016-02-12 10:47:23.847194843 -0500
@@ -1274,6 +1274,10 @@
vax-*-*)
noconfigdirs="$noconfigdirs target-newlib target-libgloss"
;;
+ zip*)
+ noconfigdirs="$noconfigdirs target-libffi target-boehm-gc gdb gprof"
+ unsupported_languages="$unsupported_languages fortran java"
+ ;;
esac
# If we aren't building newlib, then don't build libgloss, since libgloss
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/common/config/zip/zip-common.c gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/common/config/zip/zip-common.c
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/common/config/zip/zip-common.c 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/common/config/zip/zip-common.c 2016-02-14 00:54:31.821055716 -0500
@@ -0,0 +1,52 @@
+////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+//
+// Filename: common/config/zip/zip-common.c
+//
+// Project: Zip CPU backend for the GNU Compiler Collection
+//
+// Purpose: To eliminate the frame register automatically.
+//
+// Creator: Dan Gisselquist, Ph.D.
+// Gisselquist Technology, LLC
+//
+////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+//
+// Copyright (C) 2016, Gisselquist Technology, LLC
+//
+// This program is free software (firmware): you can redistribute it and/or
+// modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published
+// by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at
+// your option) any later version.
+//
+// This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
+// ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTIBILITY or
+// FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License
+// for more details.
+//
+// You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
+// with this program. (It's in the $(ROOT)/doc directory, run make with no
+// target there if the PDF file isn't present.) If not, see
+// <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/> for a copy.
+//
+// License: GPL, v3, as defined and found on www.gnu.org,
+// http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
+//
+//
+////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+#include "config.h"
+#include "system.h"
+#include "coretypes.h"
+#include "tm.h"
+#include "common/common-target.h"
+#include "common/common-target-def.h"
+
+static const struct default_options zip_option_optimization_table[] =
+ {
+ { OPT_LEVELS_1_PLUS, OPT_fomit_frame_pointer, NULL, 1 },
+ { OPT_LEVELS_NONE, 0, NULL, 0 }
+ };
+
+#undef TARGET_OPTION_OPTIMIZATION_TABLE
+#define TARGET_OPTION_OPTIMIZATION_TABLE zip_option_optimization_table
+
+struct gcc_targetm_common targetm_common = TARGETM_COMMON_INITIALIZER;
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/aarch64/aarch64-linux.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/aarch64/aarch64-linux.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/aarch64/aarch64-linux.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.489469806 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/aarch64/aarch64-linux.h 2015-07-24 12:00:26.000000000 -0400
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@
#ifndef GCC_AARCH64_LINUX_H
#define GCC_AARCH64_LINUX_H
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld-linux-aarch64%{mbig-endian:_be}%{mabi=ilp32:_ilp32}.so.1"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld-linux-aarch64%{mbig-endian:_be}%{mabi=ilp32:_ilp32}.so.1"
#undef ASAN_CC1_SPEC
#define ASAN_CC1_SPEC "%{%:sanitize(address):-funwind-tables}"
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/alpha/linux-elf.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/alpha/linux-elf.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/alpha/linux-elf.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.489469806 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/alpha/linux-elf.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -23,8 +23,8 @@
#define EXTRA_SPECS \
{ "elf_dynamic_linker", ELF_DYNAMIC_LINKER },
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld-linux.so.2"
-#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld-uClibc.so.0"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld-linux.so.2"
+#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld-uClibc.so.0"
#if DEFAULT_LIBC == LIBC_UCLIBC
#define CHOOSE_DYNAMIC_LINKER(G, U) "%{mglibc:" G ";:" U "}"
#elif DEFAULT_LIBC == LIBC_GLIBC
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/arm/linux-eabi.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/arm/linux-eabi.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/arm/linux-eabi.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.489469806 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/arm/linux-eabi.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -68,8 +68,8 @@
GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER_DEFAULT and TARGET_DEFAULT_FLOAT_ABI. */
#undef GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER_SOFT_FLOAT "/tools/lib/ld-linux.so.3"
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER_HARD_FLOAT "/tools/lib/ld-linux-armhf.so.3"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER_SOFT_FLOAT "/lib/ld-linux.so.3"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER_HARD_FLOAT "/lib/ld-linux-armhf.so.3"
#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER_DEFAULT GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER_SOFT_FLOAT
#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER \
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/arm/linux-elf.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/arm/linux-elf.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/arm/linux-elf.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.489469806 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/arm/linux-elf.h 2015-06-23 05:26:54.000000000 -0400
@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@
#define LIBGCC_SPEC "%{mfloat-abi=soft*:-lfloat} -lgcc"
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld-linux.so.2"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld-linux.so.2"
#define LINUX_TARGET_LINK_SPEC "%{h*} \
%{static:-Bstatic} \
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/bfin/linux.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/bfin/linux.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/bfin/linux.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.489469806 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/bfin/linux.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@
%{shared:-G -Bdynamic} \
%{!shared: %{!static: \
%{rdynamic:-export-dynamic} \
- -dynamic-linker /tools/lib/ld-uClibc.so.0} \
+ -dynamic-linker /lib/ld-uClibc.so.0} \
%{static}} -init __init -fini __fini"
#undef TARGET_SUPPORTS_SYNC_CALLS
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/cris/linux.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/cris/linux.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/cris/linux.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.489469806 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/cris/linux.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -102,7 +102,7 @@
#undef CRIS_DEFAULT_CPU_VERSION
#define CRIS_DEFAULT_CPU_VERSION CRIS_CPU_NG
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld.so.1"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld.so.1"
#undef CRIS_LINK_SUBTARGET_SPEC
#define CRIS_LINK_SUBTARGET_SPEC \
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/freebsd-spec.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/freebsd-spec.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/freebsd-spec.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.489469806 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/freebsd-spec.h 2015-06-25 13:53:14.000000000 -0400
@@ -129,9 +129,9 @@
#endif
#if FBSD_MAJOR < 6
-#define FBSD_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/libexec/ld-elf.so.1"
+#define FBSD_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1"
#else
-#define FBSD_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/libexec/ld-elf.so.1"
+#define FBSD_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/libexec/ld-elf.so.1"
#endif
/* NOTE: The freebsd-spec.h header is included also for various
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/frv/linux.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/frv/linux.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/frv/linux.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/frv/linux.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@
#define ENDFILE_SPEC \
"%{shared|pie:crtendS.o%s;:crtend.o%s} crtn.o%s"
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld.so.1"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld.so.1"
#undef LINK_SPEC
#define LINK_SPEC "\
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/i386/gnu.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/i386/gnu.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/i386/gnu.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/i386/gnu.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@
#define GNU_USER_LINK_EMULATION "elf_i386"
#undef GNU_USER_DYNAMIC_LINKER
-#define GNU_USER_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld.so"
+#define GNU_USER_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld.so"
#undef STARTFILE_SPEC
#if defined HAVE_LD_PIE
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/i386/kfreebsd-gnu64.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/i386/kfreebsd-gnu64.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/i386/kfreebsd-gnu64.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/i386/kfreebsd-gnu64.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -22,6 +22,6 @@
#define GNU_USER_LINK_EMULATION64 "elf_x86_64_fbsd"
#define GNU_USER_LINK_EMULATIONX32 "elf32_x86_64_fbsd"
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32 "/tools/lib/ld.so.1"
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 "/tools/lib/ld-kfreebsd-x86-64.so.1"
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKERX32 "/tools/lib/ld-kfreebsd-x32.so.1"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32 "/lib/ld.so.1"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 "/lib/ld-kfreebsd-x86-64.so.1"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKERX32 "/lib/ld-kfreebsd-x32.so.1"
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/i386/kfreebsd-gnu.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/i386/kfreebsd-gnu.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/i386/kfreebsd-gnu.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/i386/kfreebsd-gnu.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -19,4 +19,4 @@
<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. */
#define GNU_USER_LINK_EMULATION "elf_i386_fbsd"
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld.so.1"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld.so.1"
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/i386/linux64.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/i386/linux64.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/i386/linux64.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/i386/linux64.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -27,6 +27,6 @@
#define GNU_USER_LINK_EMULATION64 "elf_x86_64"
#define GNU_USER_LINK_EMULATIONX32 "elf32_x86_64"
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32 "/tools/lib/ld-linux.so.2"
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 "/tools/lib64/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2"
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKERX32 "/tools/libx32/ld-linux-x32.so.2"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32 "/lib/ld-linux.so.2"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 "/lib64/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKERX32 "/libx32/ld-linux-x32.so.2"
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/i386/linux.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/i386/linux.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/i386/linux.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/i386/linux.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -20,4 +20,4 @@
<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. */
#define GNU_USER_LINK_EMULATION "elf_i386"
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld-linux.so.2"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld-linux.so.2"
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/ia64/linux.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/ia64/linux.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/ia64/linux.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/ia64/linux.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -55,7 +55,7 @@
/* Define this for shared library support because it isn't in the main
linux.h file. */
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld-linux-ia64.so.2"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld-linux-ia64.so.2"
#undef LINK_SPEC
#define LINK_SPEC "\
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/knetbsd-gnu.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/knetbsd-gnu.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/knetbsd-gnu.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/knetbsd-gnu.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -32,4 +32,4 @@
#undef GNU_USER_DYNAMIC_LINKER
-#define GNU_USER_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld.so.1"
+#define GNU_USER_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld.so.1"
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/kopensolaris-gnu.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/kopensolaris-gnu.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/kopensolaris-gnu.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/kopensolaris-gnu.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -31,5 +31,4 @@
while (0)
#undef GNU_USER_DYNAMIC_LINKER
-#define GNU_USER_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld.so.1"
-
+#define GNU_USER_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld.so.1"
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/linux.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/linux.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/linux.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/linux.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -73,10 +73,10 @@
GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER must be defined for each target using them, or
GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32 and GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 for targets
supporting both 32-bit and 64-bit compilation. */
-#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld-uClibc.so.0"
-#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32 "/tools/lib/ld-uClibc.so.0"
-#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 "/tools/lib/ld64-uClibc.so.0"
-#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKERX32 "/tools/lib/ldx32-uClibc.so.0"
+#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld-uClibc.so.0"
+#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32 "/lib/ld-uClibc.so.0"
+#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 "/lib/ld64-uClibc.so.0"
+#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKERX32 "/lib/ldx32-uClibc.so.0"
#define BIONIC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/system/bin/linker"
#define BIONIC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32 "/system/bin/linker"
#define BIONIC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 "/system/bin/linker64"
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/lm32/uclinux-elf.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/lm32/uclinux-elf.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/lm32/uclinux-elf.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/lm32/uclinux-elf.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -67,7 +67,7 @@
%{shared:-shared} \
%{symbolic:-Bsymbolic} \
%{rdynamic:-export-dynamic} \
- -dynamic-linker /tools/lib/ld-linux.so.2"
+ -dynamic-linker /lib/ld-linux.so.2"
#define TARGET_OS_CPP_BUILTINS() GNU_USER_TARGET_OS_CPP_BUILTINS()
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/m68k/linux.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/m68k/linux.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/m68k/linux.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/m68k/linux.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -71,7 +71,7 @@
When the -shared link option is used a final link is not being
done. */
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld.so.1"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld.so.1"
#undef LINK_SPEC
#define LINK_SPEC "-m m68kelf %{shared} \
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/microblaze/linux.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/microblaze/linux.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/microblaze/linux.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/microblaze/linux.h 2015-05-28 10:08:19.000000000 -0400
@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@
#undef TLS_NEEDS_GOT
#define TLS_NEEDS_GOT 1
-#define DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld.so.1"
+#define DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld.so.1"
#undef SUBTARGET_EXTRA_SPECS
#define SUBTARGET_EXTRA_SPECS \
{ "dynamic_linker", DYNAMIC_LINKER }
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/mips/linux.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/mips/linux.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/mips/linux.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/mips/linux.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -22,20 +22,20 @@
#define GNU_USER_LINK_EMULATIONN32 "elf32%{EB:b}%{EL:l}tsmipn32"
#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32 \
- "%{mnan=2008:/tools/lib/ld-linux-mipsn8.so.1;:/tools/lib/ld.so.1}"
+ "%{mnan=2008:/lib/ld-linux-mipsn8.so.1;:/lib/ld.so.1}"
#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 \
- "%{mnan=2008:/tools/lib64/ld-linux-mipsn8.so.1;:/tools/lib64/ld.so.1}"
+ "%{mnan=2008:/lib64/ld-linux-mipsn8.so.1;:/lib64/ld.so.1}"
#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKERN32 \
- "%{mnan=2008:/tools/lib32/ld-linux-mipsn8.so.1;:/tools/lib32/ld.so.1}"
+ "%{mnan=2008:/lib32/ld-linux-mipsn8.so.1;:/lib32/ld.so.1}"
#undef UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32
#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32 \
- "%{mnan=2008:/tools/lib/ld-uClibc-mipsn8.so.0;:/tools/lib/ld-uClibc.so.0}"
+ "%{mnan=2008:/lib/ld-uClibc-mipsn8.so.0;:/lib/ld-uClibc.so.0}"
#undef UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64
#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 \
- "%{mnan=2008:/tools/lib/ld64-uClibc-mipsn8.so.0;:/tools/lib/ld64-uClibc.so.0}"
+ "%{mnan=2008:/lib/ld64-uClibc-mipsn8.so.0;:/lib/ld64-uClibc.so.0}"
#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKERN32 \
- "%{mnan=2008:/tools/lib32/ld-uClibc-mipsn8.so.0;:/tools/lib32/ld-uClibc.so.0}"
+ "%{mnan=2008:/lib32/ld-uClibc-mipsn8.so.0;:/lib32/ld-uClibc.so.0}"
#define BIONIC_DYNAMIC_LINKERN32 "/system/bin/linker32"
#define GNU_USER_DYNAMIC_LINKERN32 \
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/mn10300/linux.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/mn10300/linux.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/mn10300/linux.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/mn10300/linux.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@
#undef ASM_SPEC
#define ASM_SPEC ""
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld.so.1"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld.so.1"
#undef LINK_SPEC
#define LINK_SPEC "%{mrelax:--relax} %{shared:-shared} \
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/pa/pa-linux.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/pa/pa-linux.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/pa/pa-linux.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/pa/pa-linux.h 2015-09-24 20:04:26.000000000 -0400
@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@
/* Define this for shared library support because it isn't in the main
linux.h file. */
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld.so.1"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld.so.1"
#undef LINK_SPEC
#define LINK_SPEC "\
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/rs6000/linux64.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/rs6000/linux64.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/rs6000/linux64.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/rs6000/linux64.h 2015-03-09 19:18:57.000000000 -0400
@@ -357,14 +357,14 @@
#undef LINK_OS_DEFAULT_SPEC
#define LINK_OS_DEFAULT_SPEC "%(link_os_linux)"
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32 "/tools/lib/ld.so.1"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32 "/lib/ld.so.1"
#ifdef LINUX64_DEFAULT_ABI_ELFv2
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 "%{mabi=elfv1:/tools/lib64/ld64.so.1;:/tools/lib64/ld64.so.2}"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 "%{mabi=elfv1:/lib64/ld64.so.1;:/lib64/ld64.so.2}"
#else
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 "%{mabi=elfv2:/tools/lib64/ld64.so.2;:/tools/lib64/ld64.so.1}"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 "%{mabi=elfv2:/lib64/ld64.so.2;:/lib64/ld64.so.1}"
#endif
-#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32 "/tools/lib/ld-uClibc.so.0"
-#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 "/tools/lib/ld64-uClibc.so.0"
+#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32 "/lib/ld-uClibc.so.0"
+#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 "/lib/ld64-uClibc.so.0"
#if DEFAULT_LIBC == LIBC_UCLIBC
#define CHOOSE_DYNAMIC_LINKER(G, U) "%{mglibc:" G ";:" U "}"
#elif DEFAULT_LIBC == LIBC_GLIBC
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/rs6000/sysv4.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/rs6000/sysv4.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/rs6000/sysv4.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/rs6000/sysv4.h 2015-09-24 09:46:45.000000000 -0400
@@ -757,8 +757,8 @@
#define LINK_START_LINUX_SPEC ""
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld.so.1"
-#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld-uClibc.so.0"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld.so.1"
+#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld-uClibc.so.0"
#if DEFAULT_LIBC == LIBC_UCLIBC
#define CHOOSE_DYNAMIC_LINKER(G, U) "%{mglibc:" G ";:" U "}"
#elif !defined (DEFAULT_LIBC) || DEFAULT_LIBC == LIBC_GLIBC
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/rs6000/sysv4.h.orig gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/rs6000/sysv4.h.orig
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/rs6000/sysv4.h.orig 2015-09-24 09:46:45.000000000 -0400
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/rs6000/sysv4.h.orig 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
@@ -1,945 +0,0 @@
-/* Target definitions for GNU compiler for PowerPC running System V.4
- Copyright (C) 1995-2015 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
- Contributed by Cygnus Support.
-
- This file is part of GCC.
-
- GCC is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
- under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published
- by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3, or (at your
- option) any later version.
-
- GCC is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
- ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY
- or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public
- License for more details.
-
- Under Section 7 of GPL version 3, you are granted additional
- permissions described in the GCC Runtime Library Exception, version
- 3.1, as published by the Free Software Foundation.
-
- You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License and
- a copy of the GCC Runtime Library Exception along with this program;
- see the files COPYING3 and COPYING.RUNTIME respectively. If not, see
- <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. */
-
-/* Header files should be C++ aware in general. */
-#undef NO_IMPLICIT_EXTERN_C
-#define NO_IMPLICIT_EXTERN_C
-
-/* Yes! We are ELF. */
-#define TARGET_OBJECT_FORMAT OBJECT_ELF
-
-/* Default ABI to compile code for. */
-#define DEFAULT_ABI rs6000_current_abi
-
-/* Default ABI to use. */
-#define RS6000_ABI_NAME "sysv"
-
-/* Override rs6000.h definition. */
-#undef ASM_DEFAULT_SPEC
-#define ASM_DEFAULT_SPEC "-mppc"
-
-#define TARGET_TOC ((rs6000_isa_flags & OPTION_MASK_64BIT) \
- || ((rs6000_isa_flags \
- & (OPTION_MASK_RELOCATABLE \
- | OPTION_MASK_MINIMAL_TOC)) \
- && flag_pic > 1) \
- || DEFAULT_ABI != ABI_V4)
-
-#define TARGET_BITFIELD_TYPE (! TARGET_NO_BITFIELD_TYPE)
-#define TARGET_BIG_ENDIAN (! TARGET_LITTLE_ENDIAN)
-#define TARGET_PROTOTYPE target_prototype
-#define TARGET_NO_PROTOTYPE (! TARGET_PROTOTYPE)
-#define TARGET_NO_TOC (! TARGET_TOC)
-#define TARGET_NO_EABI (! TARGET_EABI)
-#define TARGET_REGNAMES rs6000_regnames
-
-#ifdef HAVE_AS_REL16
-#undef TARGET_SECURE_PLT
-#define TARGET_SECURE_PLT secure_plt
-#endif
-
-#define SDATA_DEFAULT_SIZE 8
-
-/* The macro SUBTARGET_OVERRIDE_OPTIONS is provided for subtargets, to
- get control in TARGET_OPTION_OVERRIDE. */
-
-#define SUBTARGET_OVERRIDE_OPTIONS \
-do { \
- if (!global_options_set.x_g_switch_value) \
- g_switch_value = SDATA_DEFAULT_SIZE; \
- \
- if (rs6000_abi_name == NULL) \
- rs6000_abi_name = RS6000_ABI_NAME; \
- \
- if (!strcmp (rs6000_abi_name, "sysv")) \
- rs6000_current_abi = ABI_V4; \
- else if (!strcmp (rs6000_abi_name, "sysv-noeabi")) \
- { \
- rs6000_current_abi = ABI_V4; \
- rs6000_isa_flags &= ~ OPTION_MASK_EABI; \
- } \
- else if (!strcmp (rs6000_abi_name, "sysv-eabi") \
- || !strcmp (rs6000_abi_name, "eabi")) \
- { \
- rs6000_current_abi = ABI_V4; \
- rs6000_isa_flags |= OPTION_MASK_EABI; \
- } \
- else if (!strcmp (rs6000_abi_name, "aixdesc")) \
- rs6000_current_abi = ABI_AIX; \
- else if (!strcmp (rs6000_abi_name, "freebsd") \
- || !strcmp (rs6000_abi_name, "linux")) \
- { \
- if (TARGET_64BIT) \
- rs6000_current_abi = ABI_AIX; \
- else \
- rs6000_current_abi = ABI_V4; \
- } \
- else if (!strcmp (rs6000_abi_name, "netbsd")) \
- rs6000_current_abi = ABI_V4; \
- else if (!strcmp (rs6000_abi_name, "openbsd")) \
- rs6000_current_abi = ABI_V4; \
- else if (!strcmp (rs6000_abi_name, "i960-old")) \
- { \
- rs6000_current_abi = ABI_V4; \
- rs6000_isa_flags |= (OPTION_MASK_LITTLE_ENDIAN | OPTION_MASK_EABI); \
- rs6000_isa_flags &= ~OPTION_MASK_STRICT_ALIGN; \
- TARGET_NO_BITFIELD_WORD = 1; \
- } \
- else \
- { \
- rs6000_current_abi = ABI_V4; \
- error ("bad value for -mcall-%s", rs6000_abi_name); \
- } \
- \
- if (rs6000_sdata_name) \
- { \
- if (!strcmp (rs6000_sdata_name, "none")) \
- rs6000_sdata = SDATA_NONE; \
- else if (!strcmp (rs6000_sdata_name, "data")) \
- rs6000_sdata = SDATA_DATA; \
- else if (!strcmp (rs6000_sdata_name, "default")) \
- rs6000_sdata = (TARGET_EABI) ? SDATA_EABI : SDATA_SYSV; \
- else if (!strcmp (rs6000_sdata_name, "sysv")) \
- rs6000_sdata = SDATA_SYSV; \
- else if (!strcmp (rs6000_sdata_name, "eabi")) \
- rs6000_sdata = SDATA_EABI; \
- else \
- error ("bad value for -msdata=%s", rs6000_sdata_name); \
- } \
- else if (DEFAULT_ABI == ABI_V4) \
- { \
- rs6000_sdata = SDATA_DATA; \
- rs6000_sdata_name = "data"; \
- } \
- else \
- { \
- rs6000_sdata = SDATA_NONE; \
- rs6000_sdata_name = "none"; \
- } \
- \
- if (TARGET_RELOCATABLE && \
- (rs6000_sdata == SDATA_EABI || rs6000_sdata == SDATA_SYSV)) \
- { \
- rs6000_sdata = SDATA_DATA; \
- error ("-mrelocatable and -msdata=%s are incompatible", \
- rs6000_sdata_name); \
- } \
- \
- else if (flag_pic && DEFAULT_ABI == ABI_V4 \
- && (rs6000_sdata == SDATA_EABI \
- || rs6000_sdata == SDATA_SYSV)) \
- { \
- rs6000_sdata = SDATA_DATA; \
- error ("-f%s and -msdata=%s are incompatible", \
- (flag_pic > 1) ? "PIC" : "pic", \
- rs6000_sdata_name); \
- } \
- \
- if ((rs6000_sdata != SDATA_NONE && DEFAULT_ABI != ABI_V4) \
- || (rs6000_sdata == SDATA_EABI && !TARGET_EABI)) \
- { \
- rs6000_sdata = SDATA_NONE; \
- error ("-msdata=%s and -mcall-%s are incompatible", \
- rs6000_sdata_name, rs6000_abi_name); \
- } \
- \
- targetm.have_srodata_section = rs6000_sdata == SDATA_EABI; \
- \
- if (TARGET_RELOCATABLE && !TARGET_MINIMAL_TOC) \
- { \
- rs6000_isa_flags |= OPTION_MASK_MINIMAL_TOC; \
- error ("-mrelocatable and -mno-minimal-toc are incompatible"); \
- } \
- \
- if (TARGET_RELOCATABLE && rs6000_current_abi != ABI_V4) \
- { \
- rs6000_isa_flags &= ~OPTION_MASK_RELOCATABLE; \
- error ("-mrelocatable and -mcall-%s are incompatible", \
- rs6000_abi_name); \
- } \
- \
- if (!TARGET_64BIT && flag_pic > 1 && rs6000_current_abi != ABI_V4) \
- { \
- flag_pic = 0; \
- error ("-fPIC and -mcall-%s are incompatible", \
- rs6000_abi_name); \
- } \
- \
- if (TARGET_SECURE_PLT != secure_plt) \
- { \
- error ("-msecure-plt not supported by your assembler"); \
- } \
- \
- /* Treat -fPIC the same as -mrelocatable. */ \
- if (flag_pic > 1 && DEFAULT_ABI == ABI_V4) \
- { \
- rs6000_isa_flags |= OPTION_MASK_RELOCATABLE | OPTION_MASK_MINIMAL_TOC; \
- TARGET_NO_FP_IN_TOC = 1; \
- } \
- \
- else if (TARGET_RELOCATABLE) \
- if (!flag_pic) \
- flag_pic = 2; \
-} while (0)
-
-#ifndef RS6000_BI_ARCH
-# define SUBSUBTARGET_OVERRIDE_OPTIONS \
-do { \
- if ((TARGET_DEFAULT ^ rs6000_isa_flags) & OPTION_MASK_64BIT) \
- error ("-m%s not supported in this configuration", \
- (rs6000_isa_flags & OPTION_MASK_64BIT) ? "64" : "32"); \
-} while (0)
-#endif
-
-/* Override rs6000.h definition. */
-#undef TARGET_DEFAULT
-#define TARGET_DEFAULT 0
-
-/* Override rs6000.h definition. */
-#undef PROCESSOR_DEFAULT
-#define PROCESSOR_DEFAULT PROCESSOR_PPC750
-
-#define FIXED_R2 1
-/* System V.4 uses register 13 as a pointer to the small data area,
- so it is not available to the normal user. */
-#define FIXED_R13 1
-
-/* Override default big endianism definitions in rs6000.h. */
-#undef BYTES_BIG_ENDIAN
-#undef WORDS_BIG_ENDIAN
-#define BYTES_BIG_ENDIAN (TARGET_BIG_ENDIAN)
-#define WORDS_BIG_ENDIAN (TARGET_BIG_ENDIAN)
-
-/* Put jump tables in read-only memory, rather than in .text. */
-#define JUMP_TABLES_IN_TEXT_SECTION 0
-
-/* Prefix and suffix to use to saving floating point. */
-#define SAVE_FP_PREFIX "_savefpr_"
-#define SAVE_FP_SUFFIX ""
-
-/* Prefix and suffix to use to restoring floating point. */
-#define RESTORE_FP_PREFIX "_restfpr_"
-#define RESTORE_FP_SUFFIX ""
-
-/* Type used for size_t, as a string used in a declaration. */
-#undef SIZE_TYPE
-#define SIZE_TYPE "unsigned int"
-
-/* Type used for ptrdiff_t, as a string used in a declaration. */
-#define PTRDIFF_TYPE "int"
-
-#undef WCHAR_TYPE
-#define WCHAR_TYPE "long int"
-
-#undef WCHAR_TYPE_SIZE
-#define WCHAR_TYPE_SIZE 32
-
-/* Make int foo : 8 not cause structures to be aligned to an int boundary. */
-/* Override elfos.h definition. */
-#undef PCC_BITFIELD_TYPE_MATTERS
-#define PCC_BITFIELD_TYPE_MATTERS (TARGET_BITFIELD_TYPE)
-
-#undef BITFIELD_NBYTES_LIMITED
-#define BITFIELD_NBYTES_LIMITED (TARGET_NO_BITFIELD_WORD)
-
-/* Define this macro to be the value 1 if instructions will fail to
- work if given data not on the nominal alignment. If instructions
- will merely go slower in that case, define this macro as 0. */
-#undef STRICT_ALIGNMENT
-#define STRICT_ALIGNMENT (TARGET_STRICT_ALIGN)
-
-/* Define this macro if you wish to preserve a certain alignment for
- the stack pointer, greater than what the hardware enforces. The
- definition is a C expression for the desired alignment (measured
- in bits). This macro must evaluate to a value equal to or larger
- than STACK_BOUNDARY.
- For the SYSV ABI and variants the alignment of the stack pointer
- is usually controlled manually in rs6000.c. However, to maintain
- alignment across alloca () in all circumstances,
- PREFERRED_STACK_BOUNDARY needs to be set as well.
- This has the additional advantage of allowing a bigger maximum
- alignment of user objects on the stack. */
-
-#undef PREFERRED_STACK_BOUNDARY
-#define PREFERRED_STACK_BOUNDARY 128
-
-/* Real stack boundary as mandated by the appropriate ABI. */
-#define ABI_STACK_BOUNDARY \
- ((TARGET_EABI && !TARGET_ALTIVEC && !TARGET_ALTIVEC_ABI) ? 64 : 128)
-
-/* An expression for the alignment of a structure field FIELD if the
- alignment computed in the usual way is COMPUTED. */
-#define ADJUST_FIELD_ALIGN(FIELD, COMPUTED) \
- (rs6000_special_adjust_field_align_p ((FIELD), (COMPUTED)) \
- ? 128 : COMPUTED)
-
-#undef BIGGEST_FIELD_ALIGNMENT
-
-/* Use ELF style section commands. */
-
-#define TEXT_SECTION_ASM_OP "\t.section\t\".text\""
-
-#define DATA_SECTION_ASM_OP "\t.section\t\".data\""
-
-#define BSS_SECTION_ASM_OP "\t.section\t\".bss\""
-
-/* Override elfos.h definition. */
-#undef INIT_SECTION_ASM_OP
-#define INIT_SECTION_ASM_OP "\t.section\t\".init\",\"ax\""
-
-/* Override elfos.h definition. */
-#undef FINI_SECTION_ASM_OP
-#define FINI_SECTION_ASM_OP "\t.section\t\".fini\",\"ax\""
-
-#define TOC_SECTION_ASM_OP "\t.section\t\".got\",\"aw\""
-
-/* Put PC relative got entries in .got2. */
-#define MINIMAL_TOC_SECTION_ASM_OP \
- (TARGET_RELOCATABLE || (flag_pic && DEFAULT_ABI == ABI_V4) \
- ? "\t.section\t\".got2\",\"aw\"" : "\t.section\t\".got1\",\"aw\"")
-
-#define SDATA_SECTION_ASM_OP "\t.section\t\".sdata\",\"aw\""
-#define SDATA2_SECTION_ASM_OP "\t.section\t\".sdata2\",\"a\""
-#define SBSS_SECTION_ASM_OP "\t.section\t\".sbss\",\"aw\",@nobits"
-
-/* Override default elf definitions. */
-#define TARGET_ASM_INIT_SECTIONS rs6000_elf_asm_init_sections
-#undef TARGET_ASM_RELOC_RW_MASK
-#define TARGET_ASM_RELOC_RW_MASK rs6000_elf_reloc_rw_mask
-#undef TARGET_ASM_SELECT_RTX_SECTION
-#define TARGET_ASM_SELECT_RTX_SECTION rs6000_elf_select_rtx_section
-
-/* Return nonzero if this entry is to be written into the constant pool
- in a special way. We do so if this is a SYMBOL_REF, LABEL_REF or a CONST
- containing one of them. If -mfp-in-toc (the default), we also do
- this for floating-point constants. We actually can only do this
- if the FP formats of the target and host machines are the same, but
- we can't check that since not every file that uses these target macros
- includes real.h.
-
- Unlike AIX, we don't key off of -mminimal-toc, but instead do not
- allow floating point constants in the TOC if -mrelocatable. */
-
-#undef ASM_OUTPUT_SPECIAL_POOL_ENTRY_P
-#define ASM_OUTPUT_SPECIAL_POOL_ENTRY_P(X, MODE) \
- (TARGET_TOC \
- && (GET_CODE (X) == SYMBOL_REF \
- || (GET_CODE (X) == CONST && GET_CODE (XEXP (X, 0)) == PLUS \
- && GET_CODE (XEXP (XEXP (X, 0), 0)) == SYMBOL_REF) \
- || GET_CODE (X) == LABEL_REF \
- || (GET_CODE (X) == CONST_INT \
- && GET_MODE_BITSIZE (MODE) <= GET_MODE_BITSIZE (Pmode)) \
- || (!TARGET_NO_FP_IN_TOC \
- && !TARGET_RELOCATABLE \
- && GET_CODE (X) == CONST_DOUBLE \
- && SCALAR_FLOAT_MODE_P (GET_MODE (X)) \
- && BITS_PER_WORD == HOST_BITS_PER_INT)))
-
-/* These macros generate the special .type and .size directives which
- are used to set the corresponding fields of the linker symbol table
- entries in an ELF object file under SVR4. These macros also output
- the starting labels for the relevant functions/objects. */
-
-/* Write the extra assembler code needed to declare a function properly.
- Some svr4 assemblers need to also have something extra said about the
- function's return value. We allow for that here. */
-
-/* Override elfos.h definition. */
-#undef ASM_DECLARE_FUNCTION_NAME
-#define ASM_DECLARE_FUNCTION_NAME(FILE, NAME, DECL) \
- rs6000_elf_declare_function_name ((FILE), (NAME), (DECL))
-
-/* The USER_LABEL_PREFIX stuff is affected by the -fleading-underscore
- flag. The LOCAL_LABEL_PREFIX variable is used by dbxelf.h. */
-
-#define LOCAL_LABEL_PREFIX "."
-#define USER_LABEL_PREFIX ""
-
-#define ASM_OUTPUT_INTERNAL_LABEL_PREFIX(FILE,PREFIX) \
- asm_fprintf (FILE, "%L%s", PREFIX)
-
-/* Globalizing directive for a label. */
-#define GLOBAL_ASM_OP "\t.globl "
-
-/* This says how to output assembler code to declare an
- uninitialized internal linkage data object. Under SVR4,
- the linker seems to want the alignment of data objects
- to depend on their types. We do exactly that here. */
-
-#define LOCAL_ASM_OP "\t.local\t"
-
-#define LCOMM_ASM_OP "\t.lcomm\t"
-
-/* Describe how to emit uninitialized local items. */
-#define ASM_OUTPUT_ALIGNED_DECL_LOCAL(FILE, DECL, NAME, SIZE, ALIGN) \
-do { \
- if ((DECL) && rs6000_elf_in_small_data_p (DECL)) \
- { \
- switch_to_section (sbss_section); \
- ASM_OUTPUT_ALIGN (FILE, exact_log2 (ALIGN / BITS_PER_UNIT)); \
- ASM_OUTPUT_LABEL (FILE, NAME); \
- ASM_OUTPUT_SKIP (FILE, SIZE); \
- if (!flag_inhibit_size_directive && (SIZE) > 0) \
- ASM_OUTPUT_SIZE_DIRECTIVE (FILE, NAME, SIZE); \
- } \
- else \
- { \
- fprintf (FILE, "%s", LCOMM_ASM_OP); \
- assemble_name ((FILE), (NAME)); \
- fprintf ((FILE), ","HOST_WIDE_INT_PRINT_UNSIGNED",%u\n", \
- (SIZE), (ALIGN) / BITS_PER_UNIT); \
- } \
- ASM_OUTPUT_TYPE_DIRECTIVE (FILE, NAME, "object"); \
-} while (0)
-
-/* Describe how to emit uninitialized external linkage items. */
-#define ASM_OUTPUT_ALIGNED_BSS(FILE, DECL, NAME, SIZE, ALIGN) \
-do { \
- ASM_OUTPUT_ALIGNED_DECL_LOCAL (FILE, DECL, NAME, SIZE, ALIGN); \
-} while (0)
-
-#ifdef HAVE_GAS_MAX_SKIP_P2ALIGN
-/* To support -falign-* switches we need to use .p2align so
- that alignment directives in code sections will be padded
- with no-op instructions, rather than zeroes. */
-#define ASM_OUTPUT_MAX_SKIP_ALIGN(FILE,LOG,MAX_SKIP) \
- if ((LOG) != 0) \
- { \
- if ((MAX_SKIP) == 0) \
- fprintf ((FILE), "\t.p2align %d\n", (LOG)); \
- else \
- fprintf ((FILE), "\t.p2align %d,,%d\n", (LOG), (MAX_SKIP)); \
- }
-#endif
-
-/* This is how to output code to push a register on the stack.
- It need not be very fast code.
-
- On the rs6000, we must keep the backchain up to date. In order
- to simplify things, always allocate 16 bytes for a push (System V
- wants to keep stack aligned to a 16 byte boundary). */
-
-#define ASM_OUTPUT_REG_PUSH(FILE, REGNO) \
-do { \
- if (DEFAULT_ABI == ABI_V4) \
- asm_fprintf (FILE, \
- "\tstwu %s,-16(%s)\n\tstw %s,12(%s)\n", \
- reg_names[1], reg_names[1], reg_names[REGNO], \
- reg_names[1]); \
-} while (0)
-
-/* This is how to output an insn to pop a register from the stack.
- It need not be very fast code. */
-
-#define ASM_OUTPUT_REG_POP(FILE, REGNO) \
-do { \
- if (DEFAULT_ABI == ABI_V4) \
- asm_fprintf (FILE, \
- "\tlwz %s,12(%s)\n\taddi %s,%s,16\n", \
- reg_names[REGNO], reg_names[1], reg_names[1], \
- reg_names[1]); \
-} while (0)
-
-extern int fixuplabelno;
-
-/* Handle constructors specially for -mrelocatable. */
-#define TARGET_ASM_CONSTRUCTOR rs6000_elf_asm_out_constructor
-#define TARGET_ASM_DESTRUCTOR rs6000_elf_asm_out_destructor
-
-/* This is the end of what might become sysv4.h. */
-
-/* Use DWARF 2 debugging information by default. */
-#undef PREFERRED_DEBUGGING_TYPE
-#define PREFERRED_DEBUGGING_TYPE DWARF2_DEBUG
-
-/* Historically we have also supported stabs debugging. */
-#define DBX_DEBUGGING_INFO 1
-
-#define TARGET_ENCODE_SECTION_INFO rs6000_elf_encode_section_info
-#define TARGET_IN_SMALL_DATA_P rs6000_elf_in_small_data_p
-
-/* The ELF version doesn't encode [DS] or whatever at the end of symbols. */
-
-#define RS6000_OUTPUT_BASENAME(FILE, NAME) \
- assemble_name (FILE, NAME)
-
-/* We have to output the stabs for the function name *first*, before
- outputting its label. */
-
-#define DBX_FUNCTION_FIRST
-
-/* This is the end of what might become sysv4dbx.h. */
-
-#define TARGET_OS_SYSV_CPP_BUILTINS() \
- do \
- { \
- if (rs6000_isa_flags_explicit \
- & OPTION_MASK_RELOCATABLE) \
- builtin_define ("_RELOCATABLE"); \
- } \
- while (0)
-
-#ifndef TARGET_OS_CPP_BUILTINS
-#define TARGET_OS_CPP_BUILTINS() \
- do \
- { \
- builtin_define_std ("PPC"); \
- builtin_define_std ("unix"); \
- builtin_define ("__svr4__"); \
- builtin_assert ("system=unix"); \
- builtin_assert ("system=svr4"); \
- builtin_assert ("cpu=powerpc"); \
- builtin_assert ("machine=powerpc"); \
- TARGET_OS_SYSV_CPP_BUILTINS (); \
- } \
- while (0)
-#endif
-
-/* Select one of BIG_OPT, LITTLE_OPT or DEFAULT_OPT depending
- on various -mbig, -mlittle and -mcall- options. */
-#define ENDIAN_SELECT(BIG_OPT, LITTLE_OPT, DEFAULT_OPT) \
-"%{mlittle|mlittle-endian:" LITTLE_OPT ";" \
- "mbig|mbig-endian:" BIG_OPT ";" \
- "mcall-i960-old:" LITTLE_OPT ";" \
- ":" DEFAULT_OPT "}"
-
-#define DEFAULT_ASM_ENDIAN " -mbig"
-
-#undef ASM_SPEC
-#define ASM_SPEC "%(asm_cpu) \
-%{,assembler|,assembler-with-cpp: %{mregnames} %{mno-regnames}} \
-%{mrelocatable} %{mrelocatable-lib} %{fpic|fpie|fPIC|fPIE:-K PIC} \
-%{memb|msdata=eabi: -memb}" \
-ENDIAN_SELECT(" -mbig", " -mlittle", DEFAULT_ASM_ENDIAN)
-
-#ifndef CC1_SECURE_PLT_DEFAULT_SPEC
-#define CC1_SECURE_PLT_DEFAULT_SPEC ""
-#endif
-
-/* Pass -G xxx to the compiler. */
-#undef CC1_SPEC
-#define CC1_SPEC "%{G*} %(cc1_cpu)" \
-"%{meabi: %{!mcall-*: -mcall-sysv }} \
-%{!meabi: %{!mno-eabi: \
- %{mrelocatable: -meabi } \
- %{mcall-freebsd: -mno-eabi } \
- %{mcall-i960-old: -meabi } \
- %{mcall-linux: -mno-eabi } \
- %{mcall-netbsd: -mno-eabi } \
- %{mcall-openbsd: -mno-eabi }}} \
-%{msdata: -msdata=default} \
-%{mno-sdata: -msdata=none} \
-%{!mbss-plt: %{!msecure-plt: %(cc1_secure_plt_default)}} \
-%{profile: -p}"
-
-/* Default starting address if specified. */
-#define LINK_START_SPEC "\
-%{mads : %(link_start_ads) ; \
- myellowknife : %(link_start_yellowknife) ; \
- mmvme : %(link_start_mvme) ; \
- msim : %(link_start_sim) ; \
- mcall-freebsd: %(link_start_freebsd) ; \
- mcall-linux : %(link_start_linux) ; \
- mcall-netbsd : %(link_start_netbsd) ; \
- mcall-openbsd: %(link_start_openbsd) ; \
- : %(link_start_default) }"
-
-#define LINK_START_DEFAULT_SPEC ""
-
-#undef LINK_SPEC
-#define LINK_SPEC "\
-%{h*} %{v:-V} %{!msdata=none:%{G*}} %{msdata=none:-G0} \
-%{R*} \
-%(link_shlib) \
-%{!T*: %(link_start) } \
-%(link_os)"
-
-/* Shared libraries are not default. */
-#define LINK_SHLIB_SPEC "\
-%{!mshlib: %{!shared: %{!symbolic: -dn -Bstatic}}} \
-%{static: } \
-%{shared:-G -dy -z text } \
-%{symbolic:-Bsymbolic -G -dy -z text }"
-
-/* Any specific OS flags. */
-#define LINK_OS_SPEC "\
-%{mads : %(link_os_ads) ; \
- myellowknife : %(link_os_yellowknife) ; \
- mmvme : %(link_os_mvme) ; \
- msim : %(link_os_sim) ; \
- mcall-freebsd: %(link_os_freebsd) ; \
- mcall-linux : %(link_os_linux) ; \
- mcall-netbsd : %(link_os_netbsd) ; \
- mcall-openbsd: %(link_os_openbsd) ; \
- : %(link_os_default) }"
-
-#define LINK_OS_DEFAULT_SPEC ""
-
-#define DRIVER_SELF_SPECS "%{mfpu=none: %<mfpu=* \
- %<msingle-float %<mdouble-float}"
-
-/* Override rs6000.h definition. */
-#undef CPP_SPEC
-#define CPP_SPEC "%{posix: -D_POSIX_SOURCE} \
-%{mads : %(cpp_os_ads) ; \
- myellowknife : %(cpp_os_yellowknife) ; \
- mmvme : %(cpp_os_mvme) ; \
- msim : %(cpp_os_sim) ; \
- mcall-freebsd: %(cpp_os_freebsd) ; \
- mcall-linux : %(cpp_os_linux) ; \
- mcall-netbsd : %(cpp_os_netbsd) ; \
- mcall-openbsd: %(cpp_os_openbsd) ; \
- : %(cpp_os_default) }"
-
-#define CPP_OS_DEFAULT_SPEC ""
-
-#undef STARTFILE_SPEC
-#define STARTFILE_SPEC "\
-%{mads : %(startfile_ads) ; \
- myellowknife : %(startfile_yellowknife) ; \
- mmvme : %(startfile_mvme) ; \
- msim : %(startfile_sim) ; \
- mcall-freebsd: %(startfile_freebsd) ; \
- mcall-linux : %(startfile_linux) ; \
- mcall-netbsd : %(startfile_netbsd) ; \
- mcall-openbsd: %(startfile_openbsd) ; \
- : %(startfile_default) }"
-
-#define STARTFILE_DEFAULT_SPEC "ecrti.o%s crtbegin.o%s"
-
-#undef LIB_SPEC
-#define LIB_SPEC "\
-%{mads : %(lib_ads) ; \
- myellowknife : %(lib_yellowknife) ; \
- mmvme : %(lib_mvme) ; \
- msim : %(lib_sim) ; \
- mcall-freebsd: %(lib_freebsd) ; \
- mcall-linux : %(lib_linux) ; \
- mcall-netbsd : %(lib_netbsd) ; \
- mcall-openbsd: %(lib_openbsd) ; \
- : %(lib_default) }"
-
-#define LIB_DEFAULT_SPEC "-lc"
-
-#undef ENDFILE_SPEC
-#define ENDFILE_SPEC "\
-%{mads : %(endfile_ads) ; \
- myellowknife : %(endfile_yellowknife) ; \
- mmvme : %(endfile_mvme) ; \
- msim : %(endfile_sim) ; \
- mcall-freebsd: %(endfile_freebsd) ; \
- mcall-linux : %(endfile_linux) ; \
- mcall-netbsd : %(endfile_netbsd) ; \
- mcall-openbsd: %(endfile_openbsd) ; \
- : %(crtsavres_default) %(endfile_default) }"
-
-#define CRTSAVRES_DEFAULT_SPEC ""
-
-#define ENDFILE_DEFAULT_SPEC "crtend.o%s ecrtn.o%s"
-
-/* Motorola ADS support. */
-#define LIB_ADS_SPEC "--start-group -lads -lc --end-group"
-
-#define STARTFILE_ADS_SPEC "ecrti.o%s crt0.o%s crtbegin.o%s"
-
-#define ENDFILE_ADS_SPEC "crtend.o%s ecrtn.o%s"
-
-#define LINK_START_ADS_SPEC "-T ads.ld%s"
-
-#define LINK_OS_ADS_SPEC ""
-
-#define CPP_OS_ADS_SPEC ""
-
-/* Motorola Yellowknife support. */
-#define LIB_YELLOWKNIFE_SPEC "--start-group -lyk -lc --end-group"
-
-#define STARTFILE_YELLOWKNIFE_SPEC "ecrti.o%s crt0.o%s crtbegin.o%s"
-
-#define ENDFILE_YELLOWKNIFE_SPEC "crtend.o%s ecrtn.o%s"
-
-#define LINK_START_YELLOWKNIFE_SPEC "-T yellowknife.ld%s"
-
-#define LINK_OS_YELLOWKNIFE_SPEC ""
-
-#define CPP_OS_YELLOWKNIFE_SPEC ""
-
-/* Motorola MVME support. */
-#define LIB_MVME_SPEC "--start-group -lmvme -lc --end-group"
-
-#define STARTFILE_MVME_SPEC "ecrti.o%s crt0.o%s crtbegin.o%s"
-
-#define ENDFILE_MVME_SPEC "crtend.o%s ecrtn.o%s"
-
-#define LINK_START_MVME_SPEC "-Ttext 0x40000"
-
-#define LINK_OS_MVME_SPEC ""
-
-#define CPP_OS_MVME_SPEC ""
-
-/* PowerPC simulator based on netbsd system calls support. */
-#define LIB_SIM_SPEC "--start-group -lsim -lc --end-group"
-
-#define STARTFILE_SIM_SPEC "ecrti.o%s sim-crt0.o%s crtbegin.o%s"
-
-#define ENDFILE_SIM_SPEC "crtend.o%s ecrtn.o%s"
-
-#define LINK_START_SIM_SPEC ""
-
-#define LINK_OS_SIM_SPEC "-m elf32ppcsim"
-
-#define CPP_OS_SIM_SPEC ""
-
-/* FreeBSD support. */
-
-#define CPP_OS_FREEBSD_SPEC "\
- -D__PPC__ -D__ppc__ -D__PowerPC__ -D__powerpc__ \
- -Acpu=powerpc -Amachine=powerpc"
-
-#define STARTFILE_FREEBSD_SPEC FBSD_STARTFILE_SPEC
-#define ENDFILE_FREEBSD_SPEC FBSD_ENDFILE_SPEC
-#define LIB_FREEBSD_SPEC FBSD_LIB_SPEC
-#define LINK_START_FREEBSD_SPEC ""
-
-#define LINK_OS_FREEBSD_SPEC "\
- %{p:%nconsider using '-pg' instead of '-p' with gprof(1)} \
- %{v:-V} \
- %{assert*} %{R*} %{rpath*} %{defsym*} \
- %{shared:-Bshareable %{h*} %{soname*}} \
- %{!shared: \
- %{!static: \
- %{rdynamic: -export-dynamic} \
- -dynamic-linker %(fbsd_dynamic_linker) } \
- %{static:-Bstatic}} \
- %{symbolic:-Bsymbolic}"
-
-/* GNU/Linux support. */
-#define LIB_LINUX_SPEC "%{mnewlib: --start-group -llinux -lc --end-group } \
-%{!mnewlib: %{pthread:-lpthread} %{shared:-lc} \
-%{!shared: %{profile:-lc_p} %{!profile:-lc}}}"
-
-#ifdef HAVE_LD_PIE
-#define STARTFILE_LINUX_SPEC "\
-%{!shared: %{pg|p|profile:gcrt1.o%s;pie:Scrt1.o%s;:crt1.o%s}} \
-%{mnewlib:ecrti.o%s;:crti.o%s} \
-%{static:crtbeginT.o%s;shared|pie:crtbeginS.o%s;:crtbegin.o%s}"
-#else
-#define STARTFILE_LINUX_SPEC "\
-%{!shared: %{pg|p|profile:gcrt1.o%s;:crt1.o%s}} \
-%{mnewlib:ecrti.o%s;:crti.o%s} \
-%{static:crtbeginT.o%s;shared|pie:crtbeginS.o%s;:crtbegin.o%s}"
-#endif
-
-#define ENDFILE_LINUX_SPEC "\
-%{shared|pie:crtendS.o%s;:crtend.o%s} \
-%{mnewlib:ecrtn.o%s;:crtn.o%s}"
-
-#define LINK_START_LINUX_SPEC ""
-
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld.so.1"
-#define UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld-uClibc.so.0"
-#if DEFAULT_LIBC == LIBC_UCLIBC
-#define CHOOSE_DYNAMIC_LINKER(G, U) "%{mglibc:" G ";:" U "}"
-#elif !defined (DEFAULT_LIBC) || DEFAULT_LIBC == LIBC_GLIBC
-#define CHOOSE_DYNAMIC_LINKER(G, U) "%{muclibc:" U ";:" G "}"
-#else
-#error "Unsupported DEFAULT_LIBC"
-#endif
-#define GNU_USER_DYNAMIC_LINKER \
- CHOOSE_DYNAMIC_LINKER (GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER, UCLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER)
-
-#define LINK_OS_LINUX_SPEC "-m elf32ppclinux %{!shared: %{!static: \
- %{rdynamic:-export-dynamic} \
- -dynamic-linker " GNU_USER_DYNAMIC_LINKER "}}"
-
-#if defined(HAVE_LD_EH_FRAME_HDR)
-# define LINK_EH_SPEC "%{!static:--eh-frame-hdr} "
-#endif
-
-#define CPP_OS_LINUX_SPEC "-D__unix__ -D__gnu_linux__ -D__linux__ \
-%{!undef: \
- %{!ansi: \
- %{!std=*:-Dunix -D__unix -Dlinux -D__linux} \
- %{std=gnu*:-Dunix -D__unix -Dlinux -D__linux}}} \
--Asystem=linux -Asystem=unix -Asystem=posix %{pthread:-D_REENTRANT}"
-
-/* NetBSD support. */
-#define LIB_NETBSD_SPEC "\
--lc"
-
-#define STARTFILE_NETBSD_SPEC "\
-ncrti.o%s crt0.o%s \
-%{!shared:crtbegin.o%s} %{shared:crtbeginS.o%s}"
-
-#define ENDFILE_NETBSD_SPEC "\
-%{!shared:crtend.o%s} %{shared:crtendS.o%s} \
-ncrtn.o%s"
-
-#define LINK_START_NETBSD_SPEC "\
-"
-
-#define LINK_OS_NETBSD_SPEC "\
-%{!shared: %{!static: \
- %{rdynamic:-export-dynamic} \
- -dynamic-linker /usr/libexec/ld.elf_so}}"
-
-#define CPP_OS_NETBSD_SPEC "\
--D__powerpc__ -D__NetBSD__ -D__KPRINTF_ATTRIBUTE__"
-
-/* OpenBSD support. */
-#ifndef LIB_OPENBSD_SPEC
-#define LIB_OPENBSD_SPEC "%{!shared:%{pthread:-lpthread%{p:_p}%{!p:%{pg:_p}}}} %{!shared:-lc%{p:_p}%{!p:%{pg:_p}}}"
-#endif
-
-#ifndef STARTFILE_OPENBSD_SPEC
-#define STARTFILE_OPENBSD_SPEC "\
-%{!shared: %{pg:gcrt0.o%s} %{!pg:%{p:gcrt0.o%s} %{!p:crt0.o%s}}} \
-%{!shared:crtbegin.o%s} %{shared:crtbeginS.o%s}"
-#endif
-
-#ifndef ENDFILE_OPENBSD_SPEC
-#define ENDFILE_OPENBSD_SPEC "\
-%{!shared:crtend.o%s} %{shared:crtendS.o%s}"
-#endif
-
-#ifndef LINK_START_OPENBSD_SPEC
-#define LINK_START_OPENBSD_SPEC "-Ttext 0x400074"
-#endif
-
-#ifndef LINK_OS_OPENBSD_SPEC
-#define LINK_OS_OPENBSD_SPEC ""
-#endif
-
-#ifndef CPP_OS_OPENBSD_SPEC
-#define CPP_OS_OPENBSD_SPEC "%{posix:-D_POSIX_SOURCE} %{pthread:-D_POSIX_THREADS}"
-#endif
-
-/* Define any extra SPECS that the compiler needs to generate. */
-/* Override rs6000.h definition. */
-#undef SUBTARGET_EXTRA_SPECS
-#define SUBTARGET_EXTRA_SPECS \
- { "crtsavres_default", CRTSAVRES_DEFAULT_SPEC }, \
- { "lib_ads", LIB_ADS_SPEC }, \
- { "lib_yellowknife", LIB_YELLOWKNIFE_SPEC }, \
- { "lib_mvme", LIB_MVME_SPEC }, \
- { "lib_sim", LIB_SIM_SPEC }, \
- { "lib_freebsd", LIB_FREEBSD_SPEC }, \
- { "lib_linux", LIB_LINUX_SPEC }, \
- { "lib_netbsd", LIB_NETBSD_SPEC }, \
- { "lib_openbsd", LIB_OPENBSD_SPEC }, \
- { "lib_default", LIB_DEFAULT_SPEC }, \
- { "startfile_ads", STARTFILE_ADS_SPEC }, \
- { "startfile_yellowknife", STARTFILE_YELLOWKNIFE_SPEC }, \
- { "startfile_mvme", STARTFILE_MVME_SPEC }, \
- { "startfile_sim", STARTFILE_SIM_SPEC }, \
- { "startfile_freebsd", STARTFILE_FREEBSD_SPEC }, \
- { "startfile_linux", STARTFILE_LINUX_SPEC }, \
- { "startfile_netbsd", STARTFILE_NETBSD_SPEC }, \
- { "startfile_openbsd", STARTFILE_OPENBSD_SPEC }, \
- { "startfile_default", STARTFILE_DEFAULT_SPEC }, \
- { "endfile_ads", ENDFILE_ADS_SPEC }, \
- { "endfile_yellowknife", ENDFILE_YELLOWKNIFE_SPEC }, \
- { "endfile_mvme", ENDFILE_MVME_SPEC }, \
- { "endfile_sim", ENDFILE_SIM_SPEC }, \
- { "endfile_freebsd", ENDFILE_FREEBSD_SPEC }, \
- { "endfile_linux", ENDFILE_LINUX_SPEC }, \
- { "endfile_netbsd", ENDFILE_NETBSD_SPEC }, \
- { "endfile_openbsd", ENDFILE_OPENBSD_SPEC }, \
- { "endfile_default", ENDFILE_DEFAULT_SPEC }, \
- { "link_shlib", LINK_SHLIB_SPEC }, \
- { "link_start", LINK_START_SPEC }, \
- { "link_start_ads", LINK_START_ADS_SPEC }, \
- { "link_start_yellowknife", LINK_START_YELLOWKNIFE_SPEC }, \
- { "link_start_mvme", LINK_START_MVME_SPEC }, \
- { "link_start_sim", LINK_START_SIM_SPEC }, \
- { "link_start_freebsd", LINK_START_FREEBSD_SPEC }, \
- { "link_start_linux", LINK_START_LINUX_SPEC }, \
- { "link_start_netbsd", LINK_START_NETBSD_SPEC }, \
- { "link_start_openbsd", LINK_START_OPENBSD_SPEC }, \
- { "link_start_default", LINK_START_DEFAULT_SPEC }, \
- { "link_os", LINK_OS_SPEC }, \
- { "link_os_ads", LINK_OS_ADS_SPEC }, \
- { "link_os_yellowknife", LINK_OS_YELLOWKNIFE_SPEC }, \
- { "link_os_mvme", LINK_OS_MVME_SPEC }, \
- { "link_os_sim", LINK_OS_SIM_SPEC }, \
- { "link_os_freebsd", LINK_OS_FREEBSD_SPEC }, \
- { "link_os_linux", LINK_OS_LINUX_SPEC }, \
- { "link_os_netbsd", LINK_OS_NETBSD_SPEC }, \
- { "link_os_openbsd", LINK_OS_OPENBSD_SPEC }, \
- { "link_os_default", LINK_OS_DEFAULT_SPEC }, \
- { "cc1_secure_plt_default", CC1_SECURE_PLT_DEFAULT_SPEC }, \
- { "cpp_os_ads", CPP_OS_ADS_SPEC }, \
- { "cpp_os_yellowknife", CPP_OS_YELLOWKNIFE_SPEC }, \
- { "cpp_os_mvme", CPP_OS_MVME_SPEC }, \
- { "cpp_os_sim", CPP_OS_SIM_SPEC }, \
- { "cpp_os_freebsd", CPP_OS_FREEBSD_SPEC }, \
- { "cpp_os_linux", CPP_OS_LINUX_SPEC }, \
- { "cpp_os_netbsd", CPP_OS_NETBSD_SPEC }, \
- { "cpp_os_openbsd", CPP_OS_OPENBSD_SPEC }, \
- { "cpp_os_default", CPP_OS_DEFAULT_SPEC }, \
- { "fbsd_dynamic_linker", FBSD_DYNAMIC_LINKER }, \
- SUBSUBTARGET_EXTRA_SPECS
-
-#define SUBSUBTARGET_EXTRA_SPECS
-
-/* Define this macro as a C expression for the initializer of an
- array of string to tell the driver program which options are
- defaults for this target and thus do not need to be handled
- specially when using `MULTILIB_OPTIONS'.
-
- Do not define this macro if `MULTILIB_OPTIONS' is not defined in
- the target makefile fragment or if none of the options listed in
- `MULTILIB_OPTIONS' are set by default. *Note Target Fragment::. */
-
-#define MULTILIB_DEFAULTS { "mbig", "mcall-sysv" }
-
-/* Define this macro if the code for function profiling should come
- before the function prologue. Normally, the profiling code comes
- after. */
-#define PROFILE_BEFORE_PROLOGUE 1
-
-/* Function name to call to do profiling. */
-#define RS6000_MCOUNT "_mcount"
-
-/* Select a format to encode pointers in exception handling data. CODE
- is 0 for data, 1 for code labels, 2 for function pointers. GLOBAL is
- true if the symbol may be affected by dynamic relocations. */
-#define ASM_PREFERRED_EH_DATA_FORMAT(CODE,GLOBAL) \
- ((flag_pic || TARGET_RELOCATABLE) \
- ? (((GLOBAL) ? DW_EH_PE_indirect : 0) | DW_EH_PE_pcrel | DW_EH_PE_sdata4) \
- : DW_EH_PE_absptr)
-
-#define DOUBLE_INT_ASM_OP "\t.quad\t"
-
-/* Generate entries in .fixup for relocatable addresses. */
-#define RELOCATABLE_NEEDS_FIXUP 1
-
-#define TARGET_ASM_FILE_END rs6000_elf_file_end
-
-#undef TARGET_ASAN_SHADOW_OFFSET
-#define TARGET_ASAN_SHADOW_OFFSET rs6000_asan_shadow_offset
-
-/* This target uses the sysv4.opt file. */
-#define TARGET_USES_SYSV4_OPT 1
-
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/s390/linux.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/s390/linux.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/s390/linux.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/s390/linux.h 2015-05-11 03:14:10.000000000 -0400
@@ -60,8 +60,8 @@
#define MULTILIB_DEFAULTS { "m31" }
#endif
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32 "/tools/lib/ld.so.1"
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 "/tools/lib/ld64.so.1"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32 "/lib/ld.so.1"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 "/lib/ld64.so.1"
#undef LINK_SPEC
#define LINK_SPEC \
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/sh/linux.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/sh/linux.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/sh/linux.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/sh/linux.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@
#define TARGET_ASM_FILE_END file_end_indicate_exec_stack
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld-linux.so.2"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld-linux.so.2"
#undef SUBTARGET_LINK_EMUL_SUFFIX
#define SUBTARGET_LINK_EMUL_SUFFIX "_linux"
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/sparc/linux64.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/sparc/linux64.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/sparc/linux64.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/sparc/linux64.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -84,8 +84,8 @@
When the -shared link option is used a final link is not being
done. */
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32 "/tools/lib/ld-linux.so.2"
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 "/tools/lib64/ld-linux.so.2"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER32 "/lib/ld-linux.so.2"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER64 "/lib64/ld-linux.so.2"
#ifdef SPARC_BI_ARCH
@@ -193,7 +193,7 @@
#else /* !SPARC_BI_ARCH */
#undef LINK_SPEC
-#define LINK_SPEC "-m elf64_sparc -Y P,%R/tools/lib64 %{shared:-shared} \
+#define LINK_SPEC "-m elf64_sparc -Y P,%R/usr/lib64 %{shared:-shared} \
%{!shared: \
%{!static: \
%{rdynamic:-export-dynamic} \
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/sparc/linux.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/sparc/linux.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/sparc/linux.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/sparc/linux.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -83,7 +83,7 @@
When the -shared link option is used a final link is not being
done. */
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld-linux.so.2"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld-linux.so.2"
#undef LINK_SPEC
#define LINK_SPEC "-m elf32_sparc %{shared:-shared} \
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/vax/linux.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/vax/linux.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/vax/linux.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/vax/linux.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@
%{!shared: \
%{!static: \
%{rdynamic:-export-dynamic} \
- -dynamic-linker /tools/lib/ld.so.1} \
+ -dynamic-linker /lib/ld.so.1} \
%{static:-static}}"
#undef WCHAR_TYPE
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/xtensa/linux.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/xtensa/linux.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/xtensa/linux.h 2016-02-05 15:18:17.493469779 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/xtensa/linux.h 2015-01-05 07:33:28.000000000 -0500
@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@
%{mlongcalls:--longcalls} \
%{mno-longcalls:--no-longcalls}"
-#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/tools/lib/ld.so.1"
+#define GLIBC_DYNAMIC_LINKER "/lib/ld.so.1"
#undef LINK_SPEC
#define LINK_SPEC \
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/zip/netbsd.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/zip/netbsd.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/zip/netbsd.h 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/zip/netbsd.h 2016-01-30 15:04:14.796899050 -0500
@@ -0,0 +1,82 @@
+////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+//
+// Filename: netbsd.h
+//
+// Project: Zip CPU backend for the GNU Compiler Collection
+//
+// Purpose:
+//
+// Creator: Dan Gisselquist, Ph.D.
+// Gisselquist Technology, LLC
+//
+////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+//
+// Copyright (C) 2016, Gisselquist Technology, LLC
+//
+// This program is free software (firmware): you can redistribute it and/or
+// modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published
+// by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at
+// your option) any later version.
+//
+// This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
+// ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTIBILITY or
+// FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License
+// for more details.
+//
+// You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
+// with this program. (It's in the $(ROOT)/doc directory, run make with no
+// target there if the PDF file isn't present.) If not, see
+// <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/> for a copy.
+//
+// License: GPL, v3, as defined and found on www.gnu.org,
+// http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
+//
+//
+////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+#ifndef ZIP_NETBSD_H
+#define ZIP_NETBSD_H
+
+/* Define default target values. */
+
+#undef MACHINE_TYPE
+#define MACHINE_TYPE "NetBSD/Zip ELF"
+
+#undef TARGET_OS_CPP_BUILTINS
+#define TARGET_OS_CPP_BUILTINS() \
+ do { NETBSD_OS_CPP_BUILTINS_ELF(); \
+ builtin_define("__ZIPCPU__"); \
+ builtin_assert("cpu=zip"); \
+ builtin_assert("machine=zip"); \
+ } while(0);
+
+#undef CPP_SPEC
+#define CPP_SPEC NETBSD_CPP_SPEC
+
+#undef STARTFILE_SPEC
+#define STARTFILE_SPEC NETBSD_STARTFILE_SPEC
+
+#undef ENDFILE_SPEC
+#define ENDFILE_SPEC NETBSD_ENDFILE_SPEC
+
+#undef LIB_SPEC
+#define LIB_SPEC NETBSD_LIB_SPEC
+
+#undef TARGET_VERSION
+#define TARGET_VERSION fprintf(stderr, " (%s)", MACHINE_TYPE);
+
+/* Make gcc agree with <machine/ansi.h> */
+
+#undef WCHAR_TYPE
+#define WCHAR_TYPE "int"
+
+#undef WCHAR_TYPE_SIZE
+#define WCHAR_TYPE_SIZE 32
+
+#undef WINT_TYPE
+#define WINT_TYPE "int"
+
+/* Clean up after the generic Zip/ELF configuration. */
+#undef MD_EXEC_PREFIX
+#undef MD_STARTFILE_PREFIX
+
+#endif /* ZIP_NETBSD_H */
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/zip/t-zip gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/zip/t-zip
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/zip/t-zip 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/zip/t-zip 2016-02-04 19:00:59.939652587 -0500
@@ -0,0 +1,47 @@
+################################################################################
+##
+## Filename: t-zip
+##
+## Project: Zip CPU backend for the GNU Compiler Collection
+##
+## Purpose:
+##
+## Creator: Dan Gisselquist, Ph.D.
+## Gisselquist Technology, LLC
+##
+################################################################################
+##
+## Copyright (C) 2016, Gisselquist Technology, LLC
+##
+## This program is free software (firmware): you can redistribute it and/or
+## modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published
+## by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at
+## your option) any later version.
+##
+## This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
+## ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTIBILITY or
+## FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License
+## for more details.
+##
+## You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
+## with this program. (It's in the $(ROOT)/doc directory, run make with no
+## target there if the PDF file isn't present.) If not, see
+## <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/> for a copy.
+##
+## License: GPL, v3, as defined and found on www.gnu.org,
+## http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
+##
+##
+################################################################################
+
+FPBIT = fp-bit.c
+DPBIT = dp-bit.c
+
+# dp-bit.c: $(srcdir)/config/fp-bit.c
+ # cat $(srcdir)/config/fp-bit.c > dp-bit.c
+#
+# fp-bit.c: $(srcdir)/config/fp-bit.c
+ # echo '#define FLOAT" > fp-bit.c
+ # cat $(srcdir)/config/fp-bit.c >> fp-bit.c
+
+
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/zip/zip.c gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/zip/zip.c
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/zip/zip.c 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/zip/zip.c 2016-03-05 20:33:58.899277709 -0500
@@ -0,0 +1,2160 @@
+////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+//
+// Filename: zip.c
+//
+// Project: Zip CPU backend for the GNU Compiler Collection
+//
+// Purpose:
+//
+// Creator: Dan Gisselquist, Ph.D.
+// Gisselquist Technology, LLC
+//
+////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+//
+// Copyright (C) 2016, Gisselquist Technology, LLC
+//
+// This program is free software (firmware): you can redistribute it and/or
+// modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published
+// by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at
+// your option) any later version.
+//
+// This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
+// ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTIBILITY or
+// FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License
+// for more details.
+//
+// You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
+// with this program. (It's in the $(ROOT)/doc directory, run make with no
+// target there if the PDF file isn't present.) If not, see
+// <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/> for a copy.
+//
+// License: GPL, v3, as defined and found on www.gnu.org,
+// http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
+//
+//
+////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+#include "config.h"
+#include "system.h"
+#include "coretypes.h"
+#include "tm.h"
+#include "rtl.h"
+#include "dominance.h"
+#include "cfg.h"
+#include "cfgrtl.h"
+#include "cfganal.h"
+#include "lcm.h"
+#include "cfgbuild.h"
+#include "cfgcleanup.h"
+#include "predict.h"
+#include "basic-block.h"
+#include "df.h"
+#include "hashtab.h"
+#include "hash-set.h"
+#include "machmode.h"
+#include "symtab.h"
+#include "rtlhash.h"
+#include "tree.h"
+#include "regs.h"
+#include "hard-reg-set.h"
+#include "real.h"
+#include "insn-config.h"
+#include "conditions.h"
+#include "output.h"
+#include "insn-attr.h"
+#include "flags.h"
+#include "expr.h"
+#include "function.h"
+#include "recog.h"
+#include "toplev.h"
+#include "ggc.h"
+#include "builtins.h"
+#include "calls.h"
+#include "langhooks.h"
+#include "optabs.h"
+#include "explow.h"
+#include "emit-rtl.h"
+
+// #include "tmp_p.h"
+#include "target.h"
+#include "target-def.h"
+// #include "tm-constrs.h"
+// #include "tm-preds.h"
+
+#include "diagnostic.h"
+// #include "integrate.h"
+
+// static int zip_arg_partial_bytes(CUMULATIVE_ARGS *, enum machine_mode, tree, bool);
+// static bool zip_pass_by_reference(CUMULATIVE_ARGS *, enum machine_mode, const_tree, bool);
+static bool zip_return_in_memory(const_tree, const_tree);
+static bool zip_frame_pointer_required(void);
+// static bool zip_must_pass_in_stack(enum machine_mode, const_tree);
+
+// static void zip_setup_incoming_varargs(CUMULATIVE_ARGS *, enum machine_mode, tree, int *, int);
+static void zip_function_arg_advance(cumulative_args_t ca, enum machine_mode mode,
+ const_tree type, bool named);
+static rtx zip_function_arg(cumulative_args_t ca, enum machine_mode mode, const_tree type, bool named);
+
+static void zip_asm_trampoline_template(FILE *);
+static void zip_trampoline_init(rtx, tree, rtx);
+static void zip_init_builtins(void);
+static tree zip_builtin_decl(unsigned, bool);
+// static void zip_asm_output_anchor(rtx x);
+ void zip_asm_output_def(FILE *s, const char *n, const char *v);
+ void zip_update_cc_notice(rtx exp, rtx_insn *insn);
+static rtx zip_expand_builtin(tree exp, rtx target, rtx subtarget,
+ enum machine_mode tmode, int ignore);
+static bool zip_scalar_mode_supported_p(enum machine_mode mode);
+static bool zip_libgcc_floating_mode_supported_p(enum machine_mode mode);
+static int zip_address_cost(rtx addr, enum machine_mode mode, addr_space_t as, bool spd);
+static bool zip_mode_dependent_address_p(const_rtx addr, addr_space_t);
+static unsigned HOST_WIDE_INT zip_const_anchor = 0x20000;
+static HOST_WIDE_INT zip_min_anchor_offset = -0x20000;
+static HOST_WIDE_INT zip_max_anchor_offset = 0x1ffff;
+static HOST_WIDE_INT zip_min_mov_offset = -0x1000;
+static HOST_WIDE_INT zip_max_mov_offset = 0x0fff;
+static int zip_sched_issue_rate(void) { return 1; }
+static bool zip_legitimate_address_p(machine_mode, rtx, bool);
+static bool zip_legitimate_move_operand_p(machine_mode, rtx, bool);
+ void zip_debug_rtx_pfx(const char *, const_rtx x);
+ void zip_debug_rtx(const_rtx x);
+static void zip_override_options(void);
+static bool zip_can_eliminate(int from ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, int to);
+// static void zip_canonicalize_comparison(int *, rtx *, rtx *, bool);
+static int zip_memory_move_cost(machine_mode, reg_class_t, bool);
+
+
+#define ALL_DEBUG_OFF true
+#define ALL_DEBUG_ON false
+
+enum ZIP_BUILTIN_ID_CODE {
+ ZIP_BUILTIN_RTU,
+ ZIP_BUILTIN_HALT,
+ ZIP_BUILTIN_IDLE,
+ ZIP_BUILTIN_SYSCALL,
+ ZIP_BUILTIN_SAVE_CONTEXT,
+ ZIP_BUILTIN_RESTORE_CONTEXT,
+ ZIP_BUILTIN_BITREV,
+ ZIP_BUILTIN_CC,
+ ZIP_BUILTIN_MAX
+};
+
+static GTY (()) tree zip_builtins[(int)ZIP_BUILTIN_MAX];
+static enum insn_code zip_builtins_icode[(int)ZIP_BUILTIN_MAX];
+
+
+#include "gt-zip.h"
+
+/* The Global 'targetm' Variable. */
+struct gcc_target targetm = TARGET_INITIALIZER;
+
+
+enum reg_class zip_reg_class(int);
+
+#define LOSE_AND_RETURN(msgid, x) \
+ do { \
+ zip_operand_lossage(msgid, x); \
+ return; \
+ } while(0)
+
+/* Per-function machine data. */
+struct GTY(()) machine_function
+{
+ /* number of pretented arguments for varargs */
+ int pretend_size;
+
+ /* Number of bytes saved on the stack for local variables. */
+ int local_vars_size;
+
+ /* Number of bytes saved on stack for register save area */
+ int saved_reg_size;
+ int save_ret;
+
+ int sp_fp_offset;
+ bool fp_needed;
+ int size_for_adjusting_sp;
+};
+
+/* Allocate a chunk of memory for per-function machine-dependent data. */
+
+static struct machine_function *
+zip_init_machine_status(void) {
+ return ggc_cleared_alloc<machine_function>();
+}
+
+static void
+zip_override_options(void)
+{
+ init_machine_status = zip_init_machine_status;
+}
+
+enum reg_class
+zip_reg_class(int regno)
+{
+ if (is_ZIP_GENERAL_REG(regno)) {
+ return GENERAL_REGS;
+ } else if (is_ZIP_REG(regno)) {
+ return ALL_REGS;
+ } return NO_REGS;
+}
+
+/* Worker function for TARGET_RETURN_IN_MEMORY. */
+static bool
+zip_return_in_memory(const_tree type, const_tree fntype ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED) {
+ const HOST_WIDE_INT size = int_size_in_bytes(type);
+ return (size == -1)||(size > UNITS_PER_WORD);
+}
+
+/* Emit an error emssage when we're in an asm, and a fatal error for "normal"
+ * insn. Formatted output isn't easily implemented, since we use output operand
+ * lossage to output the actual message and handle the categorization of the
+ * error. */
+
+static void
+zip_operand_lossage(const char *msgid, rtx op) {
+ fprintf(stderr, "Operand lossage??\n");
+ debug_rtx(op);
+ zip_debug_rtx(op);
+ output_operand_lossage("%s", msgid);
+}
+
+/* The PRINT_OPERAND_ADDRESS worker. */
+void
+zip_print_operand_address(FILE *file, rtx x) {
+ const bool dbg = ((ALL_DEBUG_ON)||(false))&&(!ALL_DEBUG_OFF);
+
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx(x);
+ switch(GET_CODE(x)) {
+ case REG:
+ fprintf(file, "(%s)", reg_names[REGNO(x)]);
+ break;
+ case SYMBOL_REF:
+ fprintf(file, "%s", XSTR(x,0));
+ break;
+ case LABEL_REF:
+ x = LABEL_REF_LABEL(x);
+ case CODE_LABEL:
+ { char buf[256];
+ ASM_GENERATE_INTERNAL_LABEL(buf, "L", CODE_LABEL_NUMBER(x));
+#ifdef ASM_OUTPUT_LABEL_REF
+ ASM_OUTPUT_LABEL_REF(file, buf);
+#else
+ assemble_name(file, buf);
+#endif
+ }
+ break;
+ case PLUS:
+ if (!REG_P(XEXP(x, 0)))
+ abort();
+ if (CONST_INT_P(XEXP(x, 1))) {
+ if (INTVAL(XEXP(x,1))!=0) {
+ fprintf(file, "%ld(%s)",
+ INTVAL(XEXP(x, 1)),
+ reg_names[REGNO(XEXP(x, 0))]);
+ } else {
+ fprintf(file, "(%s)",
+ reg_names[REGNO(XEXP(x, 0))]);
+ }
+ } else if (GET_CODE(XEXP(x,1)) == SYMBOL_REF) {
+ fprintf(file, "%s(%s)", XSTR(x,0),
+ reg_names[REGNO(XEXP(x, 0))]);
+ } else if ((GET_CODE(XEXP(x, 1)) == MINUS)
+ && (GET_CODE(XEXP(XEXP(x, 1), 0))==SYMBOL_REF)
+ && (GET_CODE(XEXP(XEXP(x, 1), 1))==SYMBOL_REF)) {
+ fprintf(file, "%s-%s(%s)",
+ XSTR(XEXP(XEXP(x, 1),0),0),
+ XSTR(XEXP(XEXP(x, 1),1),0),
+ reg_names[REGNO(XEXP(x, 0))]);
+ } else
+ fprintf(file, "#INVALID(%s)",
+ reg_names[REGNO(XEXP(x, 0))]);
+ /*
+ else if (GET_CODE(XEXP(addr, 1)) == LABEL)
+ fprintf(file, "%s(%s)",
+ GET_CODE(XEXP(addr, 1)),
+ reg_names[REGNO(GET_CODE(XEXP(addr, 0)))]);
+ else if ((GET_CODE(XEXP(addr, 1)) == MINUS)
+ && (GET_CODE(XEXP(GET_CODE(XEXP(addr, 1)), 0))==LABEL)
+ && (GET_CODE(XEXP(GET_CODE(XEXP(addr, 1)), 1))==LABEL)) {
+ fprintf(file, "%s-%s(%s)",
+ reg_names[REGNO(GET_CODE(XEXP(addr, 0)))]);
+ reg_names[REGNO(GET_CODE(XEXP(addr, 0)))]);
+ reg_names[REGNO(GET_CODE(XEXP(addr, 0)))]);
+ }
+ */
+ break;
+ // We don't support direct memory addressing within our
+ // instruction set, even though the instructions themselves
+ // would support direct memory addressing of the lower 18 bits
+ // of memory space.
+ case MEM:
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx(x);
+ zip_print_operand_address(file, XEXP(x, 0));
+ break;
+ default:
+ abort(); break;
+ // output_addr_const(file, x);
+ break;
+ }
+}
+
+/* The PRINT_OPERAND worker. */
+
+void
+zip_print_operand(FILE *file, rtx x, int code)
+{
+ rtx operand = x;
+ int rgoff = 0;
+
+ // fprintf(file, "Print Operand!\n");
+
+ /* New code entries should just be added to the switch below. If
+ * handling is finished, just return. If handling was just a
+ * modification of the operand, the modified operand should be put in
+ * "operand", and then do a break to let default handling
+ * (zero-modifier) output the operand.
+ */
+ switch(code) {
+ case 0:
+ /* No code, print as usual. */
+ break;
+ case 'L':
+ /* Lower of two registers, print one up */
+ rgoff = 1;
+ break;
+ case 'R':
+ case 'H':
+ /* Higher of a register pair, print normal */
+ break;
+
+ default:
+ LOSE_AND_RETURN("invalid operand modifier letter", x);
+ }
+
+ /* Print an operand as without a modifier letter. */
+ switch (GET_CODE(operand)) {
+ case REG:
+ if (REGNO(operand)+rgoff >= FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER)
+ internal_error("internal error: bad register: %d", REGNO(operand));
+ fprintf(file, "%s", reg_names[REGNO(operand)+rgoff]);
+ return;
+ case SCRATCH:
+ LOSE_AND_RETURN("Need a scratch register", x);
+ return;
+
+ case CODE_LABEL:
+ case LABEL_REF:
+ case SYMBOL_REF:
+ case PLUS:
+ PRINT_OPERAND_ADDRESS(file, operand);
+ return;
+ case MEM:
+ PRINT_OPERAND_ADDRESS(file, XEXP(operand, 0));
+ return;
+
+ default:
+ /* No need to handle all strange variants, let
+ * output_addr_const do it for us.
+ */
+ if (CONSTANT_P(operand)) {
+ output_addr_const(file, operand);
+ return;
+ }
+
+ LOSE_AND_RETURN("unexpected operand", x);
+ }
+}
+
+static bool
+zip_frame_pointer_required(void)
+{
+ // This should really depend upon whether we have variable sized
+ // arguments in our frame or not. Once this fails, let's look
+ // at what the problem was and then whether or not we can detect
+ // it.
+ //
+ // Use a GCC global to determine our answer
+ return (frame_pointer_needed);
+// return (cfun->calls_alloca);
+/*
+ fprintf(stderr, "ZIP_FRAME_POINTER_REQUIRED()\n");
+ if (frame_pointer_needed) {
+ fprintf(stderr, "FRAME_POINTER_NEEDED is true\n");
+ zip_debug_rtx(frame_pointer_rtx);
+ if (frame_pointer_rtx == NULL_RTX)
+ return true;
+ if (GET_CODE(frame_pointer_rtx)==PLUS) {
+ if ((REG_P(XEXP(frame_pointer_rtx,0)))
+ &&(REGNO(XEXP(frame_pointer_rtx, 0))==zip_SP)
+ &&(CONST_INT_P(XEXP(frame_pointer_rtx,1))))
+ return false;
+ if ((REG_P(XEXP(frame_pointer_rtx,1)))
+ &&(REGNO(XEXP(frame_pointer_rtx, 1))==zip_SP)
+ &&(CONST_INT_P(XEXP(frame_pointer_rtx,0))))
+ return false;
+ return true;
+ } else if ((REG_P(frame_pointer_rtx))
+ &&(REGNO(frame_pointer_rtx) == zip_SP))
+ return false;
+ return true;
+ } else return false;
+*/
+}
+
+/* Determine whether or not a register needs to be saved on the stack or not.
+ */
+static bool
+zip_save_reg(int regno) {
+ if (regno == 0)
+ return ((!crtl->is_leaf)
+ ||((df_regs_ever_live_p(0))&&(!call_used_regs[0])));
+ else if ((regno == zip_GOT)&&(!ZIP_PIC))
+ return ((df_regs_ever_live_p(regno))
+ &&(!call_used_regs[regno]));
+ else if (regno == zip_FP)
+ return((zip_frame_pointer_required())||((df_regs_ever_live_p(regno))
+ &&(!call_used_regs[regno])));
+ else if (regno < zip_FP)
+ return ((df_regs_ever_live_p(regno))
+ &&(!call_used_regs[regno]));
+ return false;
+}
+
+/* Compute the size of the local area and the size to be adjusted by the
+ * prologue and epilogue.
+ *
+ * Here's what we are looking at (top is the current, bottom is the last ...)
+ *
+ * Stack Pointer ->
+ * Local variables (could be variable size)
+ * Frame Pointer -> (= Stack Pointer + sp_fp_offset)
+ * Saved return address, if saved
+ * Other Saved registers
+ * Saved frame pointer (if used)
+ * Saved R12, if used
+ * (Stack pointer is not saved)
+ * Original stack pointer -> (= Stack_Pointer +size_for_adjusting_sp)
+ * Called arguments (not passed in registers)
+ * Return arguments (not R1, args.pretend_args_size)
+ * (Prior function's stack frame ... )
+ *
+ */
+static void
+zip_compute_frame(void) {
+ int regno;
+ int args_size;
+
+ // gcc_assert(crtl);
+ gcc_assert(cfun);
+ gcc_assert(cfun->machine);
+
+ args_size=(ACCUMULATE_OUTGOING_ARGS ? crtl->outgoing_args_size : 0);
+
+ if(crtl->args.pretend_args_size > 0) {
+ args_size += crtl->args.pretend_args_size;
+ // printf("%s pretend_args_size : %d\n", current_function_name(),
+ // crtl->args.pretend_args_size);
+ cfun->machine->pretend_size = crtl->args.pretend_args_size;
+ }
+
+ cfun->machine->local_vars_size = get_frame_size();
+
+ // Save callee-saved registers.
+ cfun->machine->saved_reg_size = 0;
+ for(regno=0; regno < FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER; regno++) {
+ if (zip_save_reg(regno))
+ cfun->machine->saved_reg_size ++;
+ }
+
+ cfun->machine->fp_needed = (zip_frame_pointer_required());
+
+ if ((cfun->machine->fp_needed)&&
+ (!df_regs_ever_live_p(zip_FP))) {
+ cfun->machine->saved_reg_size ++;
+ }
+
+ cfun->machine->sp_fp_offset = args_size + cfun->machine->local_vars_size;
+ cfun->machine->size_for_adjusting_sp = cfun->machine->local_vars_size
+ + cfun->machine->saved_reg_size
+ + args_size;
+
+ /*
+ if (cfun->machine->fp_needed)
+ frame_pointer_rtx = gen_rtx_REG(Pmode, zip_FP);
+ else
+ frame_pointer_rtx = plus_constant(Pmode, gen_rtx_REG(Pmode, zip_SP),
+ cfun->machine->sp_fp_offset);
+ */
+}
+
+void
+zip_expand_prologue(void) {
+ rtx insn;
+
+ const bool dbg = ((ALL_DEBUG_ON)||(false))&&(!ALL_DEBUG_OFF);
+ zip_compute_frame();
+
+ if (cfun->machine->size_for_adjusting_sp != 0) {
+ insn = emit_insn(gen_subsi3(stack_pointer_rtx,
+ stack_pointer_rtx,
+ gen_int_mode(cfun->machine->size_for_adjusting_sp,
+ SImode)));
+ // cfun->machine->sp_fp_offset
+
+ RTX_FRAME_RELATED_P(insn) = 1;
+ }
+
+ {
+ int offset = 0, regno;
+ for(regno=0; regno < FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER; regno++) {
+ if (zip_save_reg(regno)) {
+ insn=emit_insn(gen_movsi_sto(
+ gen_rtx_MEM(SImode, plus_constant(
+ Pmode, stack_pointer_rtx,
+ cfun->machine->sp_fp_offset
+ +offset++, true)),
+ gen_rtx_REG(SImode, regno)));
+ RTX_FRAME_RELATED_P(insn) = 1;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ if (cfun->machine->fp_needed) {
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx(stack_pointer_rtx);
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx(frame_pointer_rtx);
+ insn = emit_insn(gen_movsi_reg_off(frame_pointer_rtx,
+ stack_pointer_rtx, gen_int_mode(
+ cfun->machine->sp_fp_offset,
+ SImode)));
+ RTX_FRAME_RELATED_P(insn) = 1;
+ }
+}
+
+bool
+zip_use_return_insn(void)
+{
+ if ((!reload_completed)||(cfun->machine->fp_needed)
+ ||(get_frame_size()!=0)) {
+ // If R0 ever gets pushed to the stack, then we cannot
+ // use a master return from anywhere. We need to clean up the
+ // stack first.
+ if ((!crtl->is_leaf)||((df_regs_ever_live_p(0))
+ &&(!call_used_regs[0]))) {
+ return false;
+ }
+ }
+ zip_compute_frame();
+ return (cfun->machine->size_for_adjusting_sp == 0);
+}
+
+/* As per the notes in M68k.c, quote the function epilogue should not depend
+ * upon the current stack pointer. It should use the frame poitner only,
+ * if there is a frame pointer. This is mandatory because of alloca; we also
+ * take advantage of it to omit stack adjustments before returning ...
+ *
+ * Let's see if we can use their approach here.
+ *
+ * We can't. Consider our choices:
+ * LOD (FP),R0
+ * LOD 1(FP),R4
+ * LOD 2(FP),R5
+ * LOD 3(FP),R6
+ * LOD 4(FP),FP
+ * ... Then what is the stack pointer?
+ * or
+ * LOD (FP),R0
+ * LOD 1(FP),R4
+ * LOD 2(FP),R5
+ * LOD 3(FP),R6
+ * MOV FP,SP
+ * LOD 4(SP),FP
+ * ... Which suffers unnecessary pipeline stalls, and certainly doesn't
+ * exploit our pipeline memory function
+ * or
+ * MOV FP,SP
+ * LOD (SP),R0
+ * LOD 1(SP),R4
+ * LOD 2(SP),R5
+ * LOD 3(SP),R6
+ * LOD 4(SP),FP
+ * Which will be our choice. Note that we do use the stack pointer, eventually.
+ *
+ */
+void
+zip_expand_epilogue(void) {
+ int regno, offset;
+ const bool dbg = ((ALL_DEBUG_ON)||(false))&&(!ALL_DEBUG_OFF);
+
+ zip_compute_frame();
+
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "EPILOG::\n");
+ if (cfun->machine->fp_needed) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "EPILOG::Moving frame pointer to stack register\n");
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_reg(stack_pointer_rtx, frame_pointer_rtx));
+ }
+
+ if (cfun->machine->saved_reg_size != 0) {
+ offset = (cfun->machine->size_for_adjusting_sp -
+ cfun->machine->sp_fp_offset
+ - cfun->machine->saved_reg_size);
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "EPILOG::Saved_REG_Size = %d\n", cfun->machine->saved_reg_size);
+ for(regno=0; regno < FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER; regno++) {
+ if (zip_save_reg(regno)) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "EPILOG::RESTORING R%d\n", regno);
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_lod(
+ gen_rtx_REG(SImode, regno),
+ gen_rtx_MEM(SImode, plus_constant( SImode,
+ stack_pointer_rtx, offset++, true))));
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ if (cfun->machine->size_for_adjusting_sp != 0) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "EPILOG::ADDSI3(StackPtr, %d)\n",
+ cfun->machine->size_for_adjusting_sp);
+ emit_insn(gen_addsi3(stack_pointer_rtx, stack_pointer_rtx,
+ gen_int_mode(
+ cfun->machine->size_for_adjusting_sp
+ -cfun->machine->sp_fp_offset, SImode)));
+ }
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "EPILOG::EMITTING-RETURN\n");
+
+ emit_jump_insn(ret_rtx);
+}
+
+/* Implement RETURN_ADDR_RTX(COUNT, FRAMEADDR).
+ *
+ * We currently only support calculating the return address for the current
+ * frame.
+ */
+
+/*
+rtx
+zip_return_addr_rtx(int count, rtx frame ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
+{
+ if (count)
+ return NULL_RTX;
+
+ zip_compute_frame();
+
+ // saved return address for current function is at fp - 1
+ if (cfun->machine->save_ret)
+ return gen_rtx_MEM(Pmode, plus_constant(frame_pointer_rtx,
+ -UNITS_PER_WORD));
+ return get_hard_reg_initial_val(Pmode, RETURN_ADDRESS_REGNUM);
+}
+*/
+
+/* Implements the macro INITIAL_ELIMINATION_OFFSET,
+ * return the OFFSET.
+ */
+/*
+int
+zip_initial_elimination_offset(int from, int to) {
+ int ret = 0;
+ zip_compute_frame();
+
+ if (((from) == FRAME_POINTER_REGNUM)&&((to) == STACK_POINTER_REGNUM)) {
+ ret = cfun->machine->sp_fp_offset;
+ } else if (((from)=ARG_POINTER_REGNUM)&&((to)==FRAME_POINTER_REGNUM)) {
+ ret = cfun->machine->local_vars_size;
+ } else {
+ abort();
+ }
+
+ return ret;
+}
+*/
+
+/* Return non-zero if the function argument described by TYPE is to be passed
+ * by reference.
+ */
+/*
+static bool
+zip_pass_by_reference(CUMULATIVE_ARGS *cum ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
+ enum machine_mode mode, const_tree type,
+ bool name ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED) {
+ unsigned HOST_WIDE_INT size;
+
+ if (type) {
+ if (AGGREGATE_TYPE_P(type)) {
+ return TRUE;
+ } size = int_size_in_bytes(type);
+ } else
+ size = GET_MODE_SIZE(mode);
+
+ return (size > GET_MODE_SIZE(SImode)); // > 1 word : is this okay?
+ // The idea is to pass everything larger than an int by reference (or
+ // on the stack)
+}
+*/
+
+/*
+ * Code taken from m68k ...
+ */
+static bool
+zip_can_eliminate(int from, int to)
+{
+ // fprintf(stderr, "CAN_ELIMINATE::QUERYING(%d,%d)\n", from, to);
+ if ((from == zip_FP)&&(to == zip_SP))
+ return !cfun->machine->fp_needed;
+ return true;
+}
+
+/*
+static bool
+zip_must_pass_in_stack(enum machine_mode mode, const_tree type)
+{
+ if (mode == BLKmode) {
+ return true;
+ } if (type == NULL) {
+ return false;
+ } return AGGREGATE_TYPE_P(type);
+}
+*/
+
+/*
+static void
+zip_basic_check(void)
+{
+ gcc_assert(mode_base_align[SImode]==4);
+ if ((BITS_PER_UNIT != 32)
+ ||(GET_MODE_SIZE(SImode)!=1)
+ ||(GET_MODE_SIZE(DImode)!=1)
+ ||(HARD_REGNO_NREGS(0,SImode)!=1)) {
+ printf("SIZEOF(SIMode) == %d\n", GET_MODE_SIZE(SImode));
+ printf("BITS_PER_UNIT == %d\n", BITS_PER_UNIT);
+ gcc_assert(BITS_PER_UNIT==32);
+ gcc_assert(GET_MODE_SIZE(SImode)==1);
+ gcc_assert(HARD_REGNO_NREGS(0,SImode)==1);
+ }
+}
+*/
+
+#define zip_basic_check()
+
+/* Compute the number of word sized regiters needed to hold a function
+ * argument of mode INT_MODE and tree type TYPE.
+ */
+int
+zip_num_arg_regs(enum machine_mode mode, const_tree type) {
+ int size;
+
+ zip_basic_check();
+
+ if (targetm.calls.must_pass_in_stack(mode, type))
+ return 0;
+
+ if ((type)&&(mode == BLKmode))
+ size = int_size_in_bytes(type);
+ else
+ size = GET_MODE_SIZE(mode);
+
+ return (size + UNITS_PER_WORD - 1)/UNITS_PER_WORD;
+}
+
+/* pushed in function prologue */
+/*
+static void
+zip_setup_incoming_varargs(CUMULATIVE_ARGS *cum, enum machine_mode mode,
+ tree type, int *pretend_size, int no_rtl) {
+ if (no_rtl)
+ return;
+
+ gcc_assert(mode != BLKmode);
+
+ if (*cum < (ZIP_LAST_ARG_REGNO+1)) {
+ int size = ZIP_FIRST_ARG_REGNO + ZIP_NUM_ARGS_REGS - *cum;
+ rtx regblock;
+ int offset = (*cum - ZIP_FIRST_ARG_REGNO) * UNITS_PER_WORD;
+ regblock = gen_rtx_MEM(BLKmode,
+ plus_constant(arg_pointer_rtx, offset));
+ move_block_from_reg(*cum, regblock, size);
+ *pretend_size = size * UNITS_PER_WORD;
+ }
+
+ if (targetm.calls.strict_argument_naming(cum))
+ *cum = *cum + zip_num_arg_regs(mode, type);
+}
+*/
+
+/*
+static int
+zip_arg_partial_bytes(CUMULATIVE_ARGS *cum, enum machine_mode mode,
+ tree type, bool name ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED) {
+ int words;
+ unsigned int regs = zip_num_arg_regs(mode, type);
+
+ if (*cum >= ZIP_LAST_ARG_REGNO + 1)
+ words = 0;
+ else if ((*cum + regs) > ZIP_LAST_ARG_REGNO + 1)
+ words = (*cum + regs) - ZIP_LAST_ARG_REGNO + 1;
+ else
+ words = 0;
+
+ return words * UNITS_PER_WORD;
+}
+*/
+
+static void
+zip_function_arg_advance(cumulative_args_t ca, machine_mode mode,
+ const_tree type, bool named ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED) {
+ CUMULATIVE_ARGS *cum;
+ int nreg;
+
+ zip_basic_check();
+
+ cum = get_cumulative_args(ca);
+ nreg = zip_num_arg_regs(mode, type);
+ if (((*cum)+nreg) > NUM_ARG_REGS)
+ (*cum) = NUM_ARG_REGS;
+ else
+ (*cum) += nreg;
+}
+
+static rtx
+zip_function_arg(cumulative_args_t ca, machine_mode mode,
+ const_tree type ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, bool named) {
+ CUMULATIVE_ARGS *cum;
+
+ zip_basic_check();
+
+
+ if (!named)
+ return NULL_RTX;
+ //if (targetm.calls.must_pass_in_stack(mode, type))
+ //return NULL_RTX;
+ cum = get_cumulative_args(ca);
+
+ if ((*cum) >= NUM_ARG_REGS)
+ return NULL_RTX;
+ return
+ gen_rtx_REG(mode, (*cum)+1);
+}
+
+/* NOTICE_UPDATE_CC sends us here
+ */
+void
+zip_update_cc_notice(rtx exp, rtx_insn *insn)
+{
+ const bool dbg = ((ALL_DEBUG_ON)||(false))&&(!ALL_DEBUG_OFF);
+ enum attr_ccresult ccr;
+ enum attr_conditional conditionally_executed;
+
+ // The default is that nothing has changed.
+ // cc_status = cc_status_prev;
+ rtx src, dest;
+
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "CC-NOTICE ...\n");
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx_pfx("CC :", exp);
+ if (dbg) debug_rtx(exp);
+
+ ccr = get_attr_ccresult(insn);
+ if (ccr == CCRESULT_UNKNOWN) {
+ CC_STATUS_INIT;
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "\tINIT-CC\n");
+ return;
+ } else if (ccr == CCRESULT_UNCHANGED) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "\tUnchanged CC\n");
+ return;
+ }
+
+ if ((GET_CODE(exp) == PARALLEL)&&(GET_CODE(XVECEXP(exp, 0, 0))==SET)) {
+ // This works up and until we add cc0 parallel instructions
+ // to our instruction set.
+ dest = SET_DEST(XVECEXP(exp, 0, 0));
+ src = SET_SRC (XVECEXP(exp, 0, 0));
+ } else if (GET_CODE(exp) == SET) {
+ dest = SET_DEST(exp);
+ src = SET_SRC (exp);
+ } else {
+ // First, do nothing if we haven't touched the condition codes.
+ // Condition codes can only be changed as a result of a set
+ // expression ...?
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "Non-set expression, doesn\'t touch condition codes\n");
+ return;
+ }
+
+ // Gotta wait on this test, until we know whether or not the
+ // conditionally executed instruction was designed to set the
+ // CC0 register.
+ conditionally_executed = get_attr_conditional(insn);
+ if ((conditionally_executed == CONDITIONAL_YES)&&(dest != cc0_rtx)) {
+ // cc_status is unchanged
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "\tCC -- unchanged (conditional exec)\n");
+ return;
+ }
+
+ if (ccr == CCRESULT_VALIDZN)
+ cc_status.flags = CC_NO_OVERFLOW;
+ else
+ cc_status.flags = 0;
+ cc_status.value1 = dest;
+ if (dest == cc0_rtx)
+ cc_status.value2 = src;
+ else if((REG_P(dest))&&(!reg_mentioned_p(dest, src)))
+ cc_status.value2 = src;
+ else if((SUBREG_P(dest))&&(!reg_mentioned_p(XEXP(dest,0), src)))
+ cc_status.value2 = src;
+ else
+ cc_status.value2 = 0;
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "\tCC -- Set flags for\n");
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx_pfx("V1: ", dest);
+ if ((dbg)&&(cc_status.value2)) zip_debug_rtx_pfx("V2: ", src);
+ else if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "V2: (No SRC)\n");
+ if ((dbg)&&(REG_P(dest))) fprintf(stderr, "src refers to dest ?? %s\n",
+ refers_to_regno_p(REGNO(dest),REGNO(dest),src,NULL)?"Yes":"No");
+ if ((dbg)&&(REG_P(dest))) fprintf(stderr, "Occurrs %d times\n",
+ count_occurrences(dest,src,0));
+ if ((dbg)&&(REG_P(dest))) fprintf(stderr, "%s mentioned\n",
+ reg_mentioned_p(dest,src)?"Is":"Is not");
+ if ((dbg)&&(REG_P(dest))) fprintf(stderr, "%s referenced\n",
+ reg_referenced_p(dest,src)?"Is":"Is not");
+
+//
+// These results are only used in final.c, where they are used to remove
+// compare instructions if the optimizer is on. If I produce nothing, no
+// compare instructions will be removed. If I produce something, a smart
+// decision may be made to remove compare instructions.
+//
+// cc_status will be compared with subsequent
+// (set (cc0) (something)) (i.e. compare only) instructions
+//
+// (set (cc0) (compare (x) (y)))
+// dst = cc0 -- the destination of the set is ignored, save that it must be
+// cc0
+// src1 = (compare (x) (y))
+// if (src1 == compare)&&(y == (const_int 0))
+// src2 = (x)
+// else
+// src2 = null
+//
+// Four conditions:
+// 1. if (val1)&&(src1 == val1)
+// This would be true if I had seen a (set (val1) (src1)) insn
+// If I have seen a (set (val1) (src1))
+// or equivalently a (set (val1) (compare (x) (y)))
+// or
+// 2. if (val2)&&(src1 == val2)
+// This would be true if I had seen a (set (val1) (src1)) insn,
+// and only if val2 was still valid.
+// or
+// 3. if (src2)&&(value1)&&(src2 == value1)
+// This would be true if we are comparing against zero, and the
+// number we are comparing against zero is value 1
+// or
+// 4. if (src2)&&(value2)&&(src2 == value2)
+// ... or value2. This is the common ZipCPU case.
+//
+// then delete the compare.
+//
+}
+
+
+/* totally buggy - we can't return pointers to nested functions */
+static void
+zip_asm_trampoline_template(FILE *f) {
+ // Whereas at one time I thought I wouldn't need it, now I know I
+ // need this trampoline function, although it is for a completely
+ // different purpose than the one I was familiar with.
+ fprintf(f, "\tldihi 0,r1\n");
+ fprintf(f, "\tldilo 0,r1\n");
+ fprintf(f, "\tjmp r1\n");
+}
+
+/* Worker function for TARGET_TRAMPOLINE_INIT. */
+static void
+zip_trampoline_init(rtx m_tramp ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
+ tree fndecl ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
+ rtx chain_value ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED) {
+// #warning "This needs to be filled out"
+ abort();
+}
+
+static tree
+def_builtin(const char *name, enum insn_code icode, enum ZIP_BUILTIN_ID_CODE code,
+ tree type)
+{
+ tree t = add_builtin_function(name,type,code,BUILT_IN_MD, NULL, NULL_TREE);
+ zip_basic_check();
+
+ if(t) {
+ zip_builtins[code] = t;
+ zip_builtins_icode[code] = icode;
+ }
+
+ return t;
+
+}
+
+void zip_init_builtins(void) {
+ zip_basic_check();
+
+ tree void_ftype_void = build_function_type_list(void_type_node, NULL_TREE);
+#ifdef HAVE_zip_rtu
+ def_builtin("zip_rtu", CODE_FOR_zip_rtu, ZIP_BUILTIN_RTU, void_ftype_void);
+#endif
+#ifdef HAVE_zip_halt
+ def_builtin("zip_halt", CODE_FOR_zip_halt, ZIP_BUILTIN_HALT, void_ftype_void);
+#endif
+#ifdef HAVE_zip_idle
+ def_builtin("zip_idle", CODE_FOR_zip_idle, ZIP_BUILTIN_IDLE, void_ftype_void);
+#endif
+
+#ifdef HAVE_zip_syscall
+// Support int SYSCALL(callID, int a, int b, int c);
+ def_builtin("zip_syscall", CODE_FOR_zip_syscall, ZIP_BUILTIN_SYSCALL,
+ build_function_type_list(void_type_node, NULL_TREE));
+#endif
+
+#ifdef HAVE_zip_save_context
+ def_builtin("zip_save_context", CODE_FOR_zip_save_context, ZIP_BUILTIN_SAVE_CONTEXT,
+ build_function_type_list(void_type_node, ptr_type_node, 0));
+#endif
+
+#ifdef HAVE_zip_restore_context
+ def_builtin("zip_restore_context", CODE_FOR_zip_restore_context, ZIP_BUILTIN_RESTORE_CONTEXT,
+ build_function_type_list(void_type_node, ptr_type_node, 0));
+#endif
+
+#ifdef HAVE_zip_bitrev
+ def_builtin("zip_bitrev", CODE_FOR_zip_bitrev, ZIP_BUILTIN_BITREV,
+ build_function_type_list(unsigned_type_node, unsigned_type_node,
+ NULL_TREE));
+#endif
+
+#ifdef HAVE_zip_cc
+ def_builtin("zip_cc", CODE_FOR_zip_cc, ZIP_BUILTIN_CC,
+ build_function_type_list(unsigned_type_node, NULL_TREE));
+#endif
+
+}
+
+static tree
+zip_builtin_decl(unsigned zip_builtin_code, bool initialize_p ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
+{
+ if (zip_builtin_code >= ZIP_BUILTIN_MAX)
+ return error_mark_node;
+
+ return zip_builtins[zip_builtin_code];
+}
+
+static rtx
+zip_expand_builtin(tree exp, rtx target,
+ rtx subtarget ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
+ machine_mode tmode ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
+ int ignore ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED) {
+
+ tree fndecl = TREE_OPERAND(CALL_EXPR_FN(exp), 0);
+ bool nonvoid = (TREE_TYPE(TREE_TYPE(fndecl)) != void_type_node);
+ enum ZIP_BUILTIN_ID_CODE code=(enum ZIP_BUILTIN_ID_CODE)DECL_FUNCTION_CODE(fndecl);
+ enum insn_code icode = zip_builtins_icode[code];
+ rtx pat, op[5];
+ call_expr_arg_iterator iter;
+ tree arg;
+
+ if ((code == ZIP_BUILTIN_SAVE_CONTEXT)
+ ||(code == ZIP_BUILTIN_RESTORE_CONTEXT)) {
+ arg = first_call_expr_arg(exp, &iter);
+ if (arg == error_mark_node)
+ return NULL_RTX;
+ op[0] = expand_normal(arg);
+ if (GET_CODE(op[0]) != REG)
+ op[0] = force_reg(Pmode, op[0]);
+ pat = GEN_FCN(icode)(op[0]);
+ } else if (code == ZIP_BUILTIN_BITREV) {
+ arg = first_call_expr_arg(exp, &iter);
+ if (arg == error_mark_node) {
+ return NULL_RTX;
+ }
+ op[0] = expand_normal(arg);
+ if (!target)
+ target = gen_reg_rtx(SImode);
+ pat = GEN_FCN(icode)(target, op[0]);
+ } else if (code == ZIP_BUILTIN_CC) {
+ if (!target)
+ target = gen_reg_rtx(SImode);
+ pat = GEN_FCN(icode)(target);
+ } else // RTU, HALT, IDLE
+ pat = GEN_FCN(icode)();
+ if (!pat)
+ return NULL_RTX;
+ emit_insn(pat);
+ return (nonvoid ? target : const0_rtx);
+}
+
+static bool
+zip_scalar_mode_supported_p(enum machine_mode mode) {
+ zip_basic_check();
+
+ return ((mode)==SImode)||((mode)==DImode); // ||((mode)==SFmode);
+}
+
+static bool
+zip_libgcc_floating_mode_supported_p(enum machine_mode mode) {
+ return ((mode)==SFmode)||((mode)==DFmode);
+}
+
+static int
+zip_address_cost(rtx addr ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
+ enum machine_mode mode ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
+ addr_space_t as ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, bool spd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED) {
+ return 1;
+}
+
+static bool
+zip_mode_dependent_address_p(const_rtx addr ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
+ addr_space_t as ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED) {
+ return false;
+}
+
+/*
+static void
+zip_asm_output_anchor(rtx x) {
+ printf("ANCHOR: OP(%d)\n", GET_CODE(x));
+}
+*/
+
+static void
+zip_debug_print(const char *pfx, int lvl, const char *str) {
+ int i;
+ i = lvl;
+ if ((true)||(lvl == 0))
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s", pfx);
+ else
+ i += strlen(pfx);
+ while(i-->0)
+ fprintf(stderr, " ");
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s\n", str);
+}
+
+static void
+zip_debug_print_m(const char *pfx, int lvl, const char *str, enum machine_mode m) {
+ int i;
+
+ i = lvl;
+ if ((true)||(lvl == 0))
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s", pfx);
+ else
+ i = lvl+strlen(pfx);
+ while(i-->0)
+ fprintf(stderr, " ");
+ switch(m) {
+ case VOIDmode:
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s:V\n", str);
+ break;
+ case BLKmode:
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s:BLK\n", str);
+ break;
+ case BImode:
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s:BI\n", str);
+ break;
+#ifdef HAVE_QImode
+ case QImode:
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s:QI\n", str);
+ break;
+#endif
+#ifdef HAVE_HImode
+ case HImode:
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s:HI\n", str);
+ break;
+#endif
+ case SImode:
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s:SI\n", str);
+ break;
+ case DImode:
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s:DI\n", str);
+ break;
+ default:
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s:?\n", str);
+ }
+}
+
+static void
+zip_debug_rtx_1(const char *pfx, const_rtx x, int lvl) {
+ if (x == NULL_RTX) {
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(NULL-RTX)");
+ return;
+ } else if (GET_CODE(x) > NUM_RTX_CODE) {
+ char buf[64];
+ sprintf(buf, "(BAD-RTX-CODE %d)", GET_CODE(x));
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, buf);
+ return;
+ } switch(GET_CODE(x)) { // rtl.def
+ case PARALLEL: zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(PARALLEL");
+ debug_rtx(x); break;
+ case INT_LIST: zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(INT-LIST"); break;
+ case SEQUENCE: zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(SEQUENCE"); break;
+ case ADDRESS: zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(ADDRESS"); break;
+ case DEBUG_INSN: zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(DEBUG-INSN"); break;
+ case INSN:
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(INSN");
+ /*
+ { const rtx_insn *tmp_rtx;
+ for(tmp_rtx = as_a <const rtx_insn *>(x); tmp_rtx != 0; tmp_rtx = NEXT_INSN(tmp_rtx)) {
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(tmp_rtx, lvl+1);
+ }}
+ */
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, PATTERN(x), lvl+1);
+ debug_rtx(x);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case JUMP_INSN: zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(JUMP-INSN");
+ if (JUMP_LABEL(x)) {
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl+1, "(w/Label)");
+ } else
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl+1, "(NO label)");
+ break;
+ case CALL:
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(CALL (Adr) (Args)");
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0), lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1), lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case CALL_INSN: zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(CALL-INSN");
+ debug_rtx(x);
+ break;
+ case BARRIER: zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(BARRIER)"); break;
+ case RETURN: zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(RETURN)"); break;
+ case NOTE:
+ { char buf[128];
+ sprintf(buf, "(NOTE %s)", GET_REG_NOTE_NAME(GET_MODE(x)));
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, buf);
+ }break;
+ case COND_EXEC: zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(COND_EXEC)");
+ debug_rtx(x);
+ break;
+ case ASM_INPUT: zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(ASM INPUT)"); break;
+ case ASM_OPERANDS: zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(ASM OPERANDS)"); break;
+ case UNSPEC: zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(UNSPEC)"); break;
+ case UNSPEC_VOLATILE: zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(UNSPEC_VOLATILE)"); break;
+ case CODE_LABEL:
+ {
+ char buf[64];
+ sprintf(buf, "(CODE_LABEL %d)", CODE_LABEL_NUMBER(x));
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, buf, GET_MODE(x));
+ } break;
+ case SET:
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(SET", GET_MODE(x));
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case REG:
+ if (REGNO(x) == zip_PC)
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(PC)");
+ else if (REGNO(x) == zip_CC)
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(CC0)");
+ else if (REGNO(x) == zip_SP)
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(SP)");
+ else if (REGNO(x) == zip_FP)
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(REG FP)");
+ else if (REGNO(x) == zip_GOT)
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(REG GBL)");
+ else if (FUNCTION_VALUE_REGNO_P(REGNO(x)))
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(REG RTN-VL)");
+ else if (REGNO(x) == RETURN_ADDRESS_REGNUM)
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(REG RTN-AD)");
+ else { char buf[25];
+ sprintf(buf, "(REG %d)", REGNO(x));
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, buf, GET_MODE(x));
+ } break;
+ case IF_THEN_ELSE: // 51
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(IF-THEN-ELSE");
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,2),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case PC:
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(PC)");
+ break;
+ case CC0:
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(CC0)");
+ break;
+ case COMPARE:
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(COMPARE");
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case CONST_INT:
+ { char buf[25];
+ if (GET_MODE(x)==SImode)
+ sprintf(buf, "(CONST:SI %ld)", INTVAL(x));
+ else if (GET_MODE(x)==VOIDmode)
+ sprintf(buf, "(CONST:V %ld)", INTVAL(x));
+ else
+ sprintf(buf, "(CONST:? %ld)", INTVAL(x));
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, buf);
+ } break;
+ case LABEL_REF:
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, "(LABEL)");
+ break;
+ case SYMBOL_REF:
+ {
+ char buf[64];
+ sprintf(buf, "(SYMBOL: %s)", XSTR(x,0));
+ // fprintf(file, "%s", XSTR(x,0));
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, buf);
+ }
+ break;
+ case MEM:
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(MEM", GET_MODE(x));
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ /*
+ case VALUE:
+ {
+ char buf[64];
+ sprintf(buf, "(VALUE: %d)", INTVAL(XEXP,0));
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "buf", GET_MODE(x));
+ }
+ break;
+ */
+ case PLUS:
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(PLUS", GET_MODE(x));
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case MINUS:
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(MINUS", GET_MODE(x));
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case AND:
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(AND", GET_MODE(x));
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case IOR:
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(OR", GET_MODE(x));
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case XOR:
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(XOR", GET_MODE(x));
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case MULT:
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(MULT", GET_MODE(x));
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case EQ: //
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(EQ", GET_MODE(x));
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case NE: //
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(NE", GET_MODE(x));
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case GE: //
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(GE", GET_MODE(x));
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case GT: //
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(GT", GET_MODE(x));
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case LE: //
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(LE", GET_MODE(x));
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case LT: //
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(LT", GET_MODE(x));
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case GEU: //
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(GEU", GET_MODE(x));
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case GTU: //
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(GTU", GET_MODE(x));
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case LEU: //
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(LEU", GET_MODE(x));
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case LTU: //
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(LTU", GET_MODE(x));
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,0),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, XEXP(x,1),lvl+1);
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, ")");
+ break;
+ case SCRATCH: //
+ zip_debug_print_m(pfx, lvl, "(SCRATCH)", GET_MODE(x));
+ break;
+ case SUBREG:
+ { char buf[25];
+ sprintf(buf, "(SUBREG %d/%d)", REGNO(XEXP(x,0)),
+ SUBREG_BYTE(x));
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, buf);
+ } break;
+ default:
+ { char buf[25];
+ sprintf(buf, "(? = %d) -- calling DEBUG-RTX", GET_CODE(x));
+ zip_debug_print(pfx, lvl, buf);
+ debug_rtx(x);
+ } break;
+ }
+}
+
+void
+zip_debug_rtx_pfx(const char *pfx, const_rtx x) {
+ zip_debug_rtx_1(pfx, x, 0);
+}
+
+void
+zip_debug_rtx(const_rtx x) {
+ zip_debug_rtx_pfx("", x);
+}
+
+void
+zip_debug_insn(rtx_insn *insn ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED) {
+}
+
+void
+zip_debug_bb(basic_block bb) {
+ rtx_insn *insn;
+
+ fprintf(stderr, "************ BASIC-BLOCK ***************\n");
+ FOR_BB_INSNS(bb, insn)
+ {
+ zip_debug_rtx(insn);
+ }
+}
+
+
+static bool
+zip_legitimate_operand_address(const_rtx x, bool strict)
+{
+ const bool dbg = ((ALL_DEBUG_ON)||(true))&&(!ALL_DEBUG_OFF);
+
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-LEGITIMATE-OPERAND-ADDRESS\n");
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx_pfx("Test: ", x);
+
+ /*
+ * While this might seem to make sense, it sends GCC into an infinite
+ * loop.
+ *
+ if (GET_CODE(x) == MEM) {
+ return (zip_legitimate_operand_address(XEXP(x,0),strict));
+ }
+ */
+
+ /*
+ if (MEM_P(x)) {
+ if((REG_P(XEXP(x,0)))||(GET_CODE(XEXP(x,0))==PLUS))
+ return (zip_legitimate_operand_address(XEXP(x,0),strict));
+ } else
+ */
+
+ if (NULL_RTX == x)
+ return false;
+ else if ((GET_MODE(x) != SImode)&&(GET_MODE(x) != VOIDmode))
+ return false;
+ else if (REG_P(x)) {
+ // Only insist the register b a valid register if strict is true
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-LEGITIMATE-OPERAND-ADDRESS -> YES! (Reg)\n");
+ return (!strict)||(REGNO(x) != zip_CC);
+ } else if (GET_CODE(x) == PLUS) {
+ // Is it a valid register?
+ /*
+ if (GET_CODE(XEXP(x,0))==PLUS) {
+ return (zip_legitimate_operand_address(XEXP(XEXP(x,0),0), strict))
+ &&(zip_const_address_operand(XEXP(XEXP(x,0),1)));
+ } */
+ if(!REG_P(XEXP(x,0))) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-LEGITIMATE-OPERAND-ADDRESS -> No (No reg in +%s)\n",
+ (GET_CODE(XEXP(x,1))==REG)?", reg in op[1]":"");
+ return false;
+ } if ((strict)&&(REGNO(XEXP(x,0)) == zip_CC)) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-LEGITIMATE-OPERAND-ADDRESS -> No (Wrong reg in +, %d)\n", REGNO(XEXP(x,0)));
+ return false;
+ } if ((GET_CODE(XEXP(x, 1)) == CONST_INT)
+ &&(INTVAL(XEXP(x, 1)) <= zip_max_anchor_offset)
+ &&(INTVAL(XEXP(x, 1)) >= zip_min_anchor_offset)) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-LEGITIMATE-OPERAND-ADDRESS -> YES! (reg+int)\n");
+ return true;
+ } if ((GET_CODE(XEXP(x, 1)) == LABEL_REF)
+ ||(GET_CODE(XEXP(x, 1)) == SYMBOL_REF)) {
+ // While we can technically support this, the problem
+ // is that the symbol address could be anywhere, and we
+ // have no way of recovering if it's outside of our
+ // 14 allowable bits.
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-LEGITIMATE-OPERAND-ADDRESS -> No. (reg+lbl)\n");
+ return false;
+ } if ((GET_CODE(XEXP(x, 1)) == MINUS)
+ &&((GET_CODE(XEXP(XEXP(x,1),0)) == LABEL_REF)
+ ||(GET_CODE(XEXP(XEXP(x,1),0)) == CONST_INT)
+ ||(GET_CODE(XEXP(XEXP(x,1),0)) == SYMBOL_REF))
+ &&((GET_CODE(XEXP(XEXP(x,1),1)) == LABEL_REF)
+ ||(GET_CODE(XEXP(XEXP(x,1),0)) == CONST_INT)
+ ||(GET_CODE(XEXP(XEXP(x,1),1)) == SYMBOL_REF))
+ &&((GET_CODE(XEXP(XEXP(x,1),0)))
+ == (GET_CODE(XEXP(XEXP(x,1),1))))) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-LEGITIMATE-OPERAND-ADDRESS -> YES! (lbl-lbl+reg)\n");
+ return true;
+ }
+ }
+
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-LEGITIMATE-OPERAND-ADDRESS -> No\n");
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx(x);
+ return false;
+}
+
+static bool
+zip_legitimate_move_operand_p(machine_mode mode ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, rtx x, bool strict) {
+ const bool dbg = ((ALL_DEBUG_ON)||(false))&&(!ALL_DEBUG_OFF);
+
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-VALID-MOVE-OPERAND\n");
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx_pfx("VMov?: ", x);
+
+ if (NULL_RTX == x)
+ return false;
+ else if (REG_P(x)) {
+ // Only insist the register b a valid register if strict is true
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-VALID-MOVE-OPERAND -> YES! (Reg)\n");
+ return (!strict)||(REGNO(x) != zip_CC);
+ } else if (GET_CODE(x) == PLUS) {
+ // Is it a valid register?
+ if (GET_CODE(XEXP(x,0))==PLUS) {
+ return (zip_legitimate_operand_address(XEXP(x,0), strict))
+ &&(zip_const_address_operand(XEXP(x,0)));
+ } if(GET_CODE(XEXP(x,0)) != REG) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-VALID-MOVE-OPERAND -> No (No reg in +%s)\n",
+ (GET_CODE(XEXP(x,1))==REG)?", reg in op[1]":"");
+ return false;
+ } if ((strict)&&(REGNO(XEXP(x,0)) == zip_CC)) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-VALID-MOVE-OPERAND -> No (Wrong reg in +, %d)\n", REGNO(XEXP(x,0)));
+ return false;
+ } if ((GET_CODE(XEXP(x, 1)) == CONST_INT)
+ &&(INTVAL(XEXP(x, 1)) <= zip_max_mov_offset)
+ &&(INTVAL(XEXP(x, 1)) >= zip_min_mov_offset)) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-VALID-MOVE-OPERAND -> YES! (reg+int)\n");
+ return true;
+ }
+ }
+
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-VALID-MOVE-OPERAND -> No\n");
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx(x);
+ return false;
+}
+
+int
+zip_pd_mov_operand(rtx op)
+{
+ const bool dbg = ((ALL_DEBUG_ON)||(false))&&(!ALL_DEBUG_OFF);
+
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-VALID-MOV(predicate) for OPERAND\n");
+ return zip_legitimate_move_operand_p(VOIDmode, op, !can_create_pseudo_p());
+}
+
+int
+zip_address_operand(rtx op)
+{
+ const bool dbg = ((ALL_DEBUG_ON)||(false))&&(!ALL_DEBUG_OFF);
+
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-ADDRESS for OPERAND\n");
+ return zip_legitimate_operand_address(op, !can_create_pseudo_p());
+}
+
+int
+zip_pd_address_operand(rtx op)
+{
+ const bool dbg = ((ALL_DEBUG_ON)||(false))&&(!ALL_DEBUG_OFF);
+
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-ADDRESS(predicate) for OPERAND\n");
+ return zip_legitimate_operand_address(op, !can_create_pseudo_p());
+}
+
+int
+zip_ct_address_operand(rtx op)
+{
+ const bool dbg = ((ALL_DEBUG_ON)||(false))&&(!ALL_DEBUG_OFF);
+
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-ADDRESS(constraint) for OPERAND\n");
+ return zip_legitimate_operand_address(op, !can_create_pseudo_p());
+}
+
+int
+zip_const_address_operand(rtx x) {
+ const bool dbg = ((ALL_DEBUG_ON)||(false))&&(!ALL_DEBUG_OFF);
+
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "is ZIP-CONST-ADDRESS?\n");
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx(x);
+ if ((GET_MODE(x) != SImode)&&(GET_MODE(x) != VOIDmode))
+ return false;
+ if ((GET_CODE(x) == LABEL_REF)
+ ||(GET_CODE(x) == CODE_LABEL)
+ ||(GET_CODE(x) == SYMBOL_REF)) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "is ZIP-CONST-ADDRESS? -> YES!\n");
+ return true;
+ } else if (CONST_INT_P(x)) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "is ZIP-CONST-ADDRESS? -> YES!\n");
+ return true;
+ } else if (GET_CODE(x) == PLUS) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "is ZIP-CONST-ADDRESS(PLUS)\n");
+ return ((zip_const_address_operand(XEXP(x,0)))
+ &&(CONST_INT_P(XEXP(x,1))));
+ } else if (GET_CODE(x) == MINUS) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "is ZIP-CONST-ADDRESS(MINUS)\n");
+ return ((zip_const_address_operand(XEXP(x,0)))
+ &&(zip_const_address_operand(XEXP(x,1))));
+ }
+
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "is ZIP-CONST-ADDRESS? -> No\n");
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx(x);
+ return false;
+}
+
+int
+zip_ct_const_address_operand(rtx x) {
+ const bool dbg = ((ALL_DEBUG_ON)||(false))&&(!ALL_DEBUG_OFF);
+
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-CONST-ADDRESS(constraint)\n");
+ return zip_const_address_operand(x);
+}
+
+int
+zip_pd_const_address_operand(rtx x) {
+ const bool dbg = ((ALL_DEBUG_ON)||(false))&&(!ALL_DEBUG_OFF);
+
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-CONST-ADDRESS(predicate)\n");
+ return zip_const_address_operand(x);
+}
+
+
+static bool
+zip_legitimate_address_p(machine_mode mode ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, rtx x, bool strict)
+{
+ const bool dbg = ((ALL_DEBUG_ON)||(false))&&(!ALL_DEBUG_OFF);
+
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "Zip-LEGITIMATE-ADDRESS-P\n");
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx(x);
+
+ // Only insist the register be a valid register if strict is true
+ if (zip_legitimate_operand_address(x, strict))
+ return true;
+ else if (zip_const_address_operand(x))
+ return true;
+
+ return false;
+}
+
+void
+zip_asm_output_def(FILE *stream, const char *name, const char *value)
+{
+ assemble_name(stream, name);
+ fprintf(stream, "\t.equ ");
+ assemble_name(stream, value);
+ fputc('\n', stream);
+}
+
+/*
+bool zip_load_address_lod(rtx regrx, rtx memrx) {
+ fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-LOAD-ADDRESS-LOD\n");
+ if (!MEM_P(memrx))
+ return false;
+ if (GET_CODE(regrx) != REG)
+ return false;
+ enum rtx_code ic = GET_CODE(memrx);
+ if ((ic == SYMBOL_REF)
+ ||(ic == CODE_LABEL)
+ ||(ic == LABEL_REF)) {
+ if (can_create_pseudo_p()) {
+ rtx scratch_reg;
+ scratch_reg = gen_rtx_SCRATCH(SImode);
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_ldi(scratch_reg, XEXP(memrx, 0)));
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_lod(regrx, scratch_reg));
+ return true;
+ } else return false;
+ } else return false;
+}
+
+bool zip_load_address_sto(rtx memrx, rtx regrx) {
+ fprintf(stderr, "CHECKING-IN-W/ZIP_LOAD_ADDRESS_STORE\n");
+ if (!MEM_P(memrx))
+ return false;
+ if (GET_CODE(regrx) != REG)
+ return false;
+ enum rtx_code ic = GET_CODE(memrx);
+ if ((ic == SYMBOL_REF)
+ ||(ic == CODE_LABEL)
+ ||(ic == LABEL_REF)) {
+ if (can_create_pseudo_p()) {
+ rtx scratch_reg;
+ scratch_reg = gen_rtx_SCRATCH(SImode);
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_ldi(scratch_reg, XEXP(memrx, 0)));
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_sto(scratch_reg, regrx));
+ return true;
+ } else return false;
+ } return false;
+}
+*/
+
+#define SREG_P(RTX) ((REG_P(RTX))||(SUBREG_P(RTX)))
+
+bool zip_gen_move_rtl(rtx dst, rtx src) {
+ const bool dbg = ((ALL_DEBUG_ON)||(true))&&(!ALL_DEBUG_OFF);
+
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE\n");
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx_pfx("FROM: ", src);
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx_pfx("TO : ", dst);
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "PSEUDOs: %s\n", can_create_pseudo_p()?"true":"false");
+ if ((SREG_P(dst))&&(SREG_P(src))) {
+ // First type of move... register to register
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/REG -- EMIT\n");
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_reg(dst, src));
+ } else if ((MEM_P(dst))&&(MEM_P(XEXP(dst,0)))) {
+ if (can_create_pseudo_p()) {
+ rtx tmp = gen_reg_rtx(Pmode);
+ zip_gen_move_rtl(tmp, XEXP(dst,0));
+ zip_gen_move_rtl(gen_rtx_MEM(GET_MODE(src), tmp), src);
+ } else {
+ fprintf(stderr, "ZIP:Cannot move into mem w/o pseudo\n");
+ return false;
+ }
+ } else if ((MEM_P(src))&&(MEM_P(XEXP(src,0)))) {
+ if (can_create_pseudo_p()) {
+ rtx tmp = gen_reg_rtx(Pmode);
+ zip_gen_move_rtl(tmp, XEXP(src,0));
+ zip_gen_move_rtl(dst, gen_rtx_MEM(GET_MODE(src), tmp));
+ } else {
+ fprintf(stderr, "ZIP: Cannot move from mem(mem(ptr)) w/o pseudo\n");
+ return false;
+ }
+ } else if ((SREG_P(dst))&&(GET_CODE(src)==PLUS)
+ &&(REG_P(XEXP(src,0)))
+ &&(CONST_INT_P(XEXP(src,1)))) {
+ // Second type of move... register plus offset to register
+ if ((INTVAL(XEXP(src, 1)) <= zip_max_mov_offset)
+ &&(INTVAL(XEXP(src, 1)) >= zip_min_mov_offset)) {
+ // The offset is within bounds
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/REG+OFF -- EMIT\n");
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_reg_off(dst, XEXP(src,0),XEXP(src,1)));
+ } else if (can_create_pseudo_p()) {
+ // The offset is out of bounds, get a new register and
+ // generate an add instruction to split this up.
+ rtx tmp = gen_reg_rtx(GET_MODE(XEXP(src,0)));
+
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/LDI\n");
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_ldi(tmp, XEXP(src,1)));
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/ADD\n");
+ emit_insn(gen_addsi3(tmp, tmp, XEXP(src,0)));
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/DST\n");
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_reg(dst, tmp));
+ } else {
+ fprintf(stderr, "ZIP: Cannot move a(r),b w/o pseudo for out of bounds a\n");
+ return false;
+ }
+ } else if ((MEM_P(dst))&&(MEM_P(src))) {
+ rtx tmp;
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/MEM/MEM\n");
+ if (can_create_pseudo_p()) {
+ tmp = gen_reg_rtx(GET_MODE(src));
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi(tmp, src));
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi(dst, tmp));
+ } else {
+ fprintf(stderr, "ZIP: Cannot move mem(A) to mem(B) w/o pseudo\n");
+ return false;
+ }
+ } else if ((SREG_P(dst))&&(MEM_P(src))) {
+ // Memory load
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/LOD\n");
+ if (zip_legitimate_operand_address(XEXP(src, 0), false)) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/SIMPLE-LOD(ADDR)\n");
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx_pfx("Smple-Addr: ", src);
+ if (REG_P(XEXP(src,0)))
+ mark_reg_pointer(XEXP(src,0),0);
+ else if ((GET_CODE(XEXP(src,0))==PLUS)
+ &&(REG_P(XEXP(XEXP(src,0),0))))
+ mark_reg_pointer(XEXP(XEXP(src,0),0),0);
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_lod(dst, src));
+ } else if (zip_const_address_operand(XEXP(src,0))) {
+ if (can_create_pseudo_p()) {
+ rtx tmp;
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/LOD(CONST-ADDR)\n");
+ tmp = gen_reg_rtx(Pmode);
+ mark_reg_pointer(tmp,0);
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_ldi(tmp, XEXP(src,0)));
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_lod(dst, gen_rtx_MEM(GET_MODE(src),tmp)));
+ } else {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/LOD(CONST-ADDR,SELF)\n");
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_ldi(dst, XEXP(src,0)));
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_lod(dst, gen_rtx_MEM(GET_MODE(src),dst)));
+ }
+ } else {
+ internal_error("%s", "ZIP/No usable load\n");
+ }
+ } else if ((MEM_P(dst))&&(SREG_P(src))) {
+ // Memory store
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/STO\n");
+ if (zip_legitimate_operand_address(XEXP(dst, 0), false)) {
+ // If it's a legitimate address already, do nothing mor
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/STO(Legit Addr)--EMIT\n");
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_sto(dst, src));
+ } else if (zip_const_address_operand(XEXP(dst,0))) {
+ rtx tmp;
+
+ if (can_create_pseudo_p()) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/STO(Const Addr,Reg) -- EMIT\n");
+ // Otherwise we need to load the memory address
+ // into a register
+ tmp = gen_reg_rtx(Pmode);
+ mark_reg_pointer(tmp,0);
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_ldi(tmp, XEXP(dst,0)));
+ //
+ // Then we can do our load
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/STO -- emit\n");
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_sto(gen_rtx_MEM(GET_MODE(src), tmp), src));
+ } else {
+ fprintf(stderr, "Cannot move src -> mem(dst) w/o pseudo\n");
+ return false;
+ }
+ } else if (can_create_pseudo_p())
+ internal_error("%s", "ZIP/No usable store\n");
+ else {
+ fprintf(stderr, "ZIP/Unanticipated store problem\n");
+ return false;
+ }
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/STO -- DONE\n");
+ } else if ((MEM_P(dst))&&((CONST_INT_P(src))||(GET_CODE(src)==SYMBOL_REF))) {
+ // Store a constant into memory
+ rtx tmp;
+
+ if (can_create_pseudo_p()) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/CONST->MEM\n");
+ // Load the source constant into a register first
+ tmp = gen_reg_rtx((GET_MODE(src)==VOIDmode)?GET_MODE(dst):GET_MODE(src));
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_ldi(tmp,src));
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/CONST->REG->MEM -- RECURSE\n");
+
+ // Then do a normal move, recursing to handle memory
+ // properly
+ zip_gen_move_rtl(dst, tmp);
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/CONST->MEM -- DONE\n");
+ } else {
+ fprintf(stderr, "ZIP/Cannot store constant into mem w/o pseudo\n");
+ return false;
+ }
+ } else if ((SREG_P(dst))&&(CONST_INT_P(src))) {
+ // Load a constant into a register
+ // The assembler really takes care of all of this, since
+ // the assembler will split the constant if it doesn't fit
+ // into a single instruction.
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/CONST->REG\n");
+ // if ((GET_MODE(dst)==VOIDmode)&&(GET_MODE(src)==VOIDmode))
+ // PUT_MODE(dst,SImode);
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_ldi(dst, src));
+ } else if ((REG_P(dst))&&
+ ((LABEL_P(src))
+ ||(GET_CODE(src)==SYMBOL_REF)
+ ||(GET_CODE(src)==LABEL_REF))) {
+ // Load a constant into a register
+ // The assembler really takes care of all of this, since
+ // the assembler will split the constant if it doesn't fit
+ // into a single instruction.
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE/LABEL->REG\n");
+ emit_insn(gen_movsi_ldi(dst, src));
+ } else {
+ fprintf(stderr, "ZIP/No usable move\n");
+ zip_debug_rtx_pfx("TO : ", dst);
+ zip_debug_rtx_pfx("FROM: ", src);
+ debug_rtx(dst);
+ debug_rtx(src);
+ return false;
+ }
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP-GEN-MOVE -- DONE\n");
+ return true;
+}
+
+const char *zip_set_zero_or_one(rtx condition, rtx dst) {
+ const bool dbg = ((ALL_DEBUG_ON)||(true))&&(!ALL_DEBUG_OFF);
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP::SET-ZERO-OR-ONE\n");
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx_pfx("CND", condition);
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx_pfx("REG", dst);
+ switch(GET_CODE(condition)) {
+ case EQ: return "LDI\t0,%0\n\tLDILO.Z\t1,%0";
+ case NE: return "LDI\t0,%0\n\tLDILO.NZ\t1,%0";
+ case LT: return "LDI\t0,%0\n\tLDILO.LT\t1,%0";
+ case GT: return "LDI\t0,%0\n\tLDILO.GT\t1,%0";
+ case LE: return "LDI\t1,%0\n\tLDILO.GT\t0,%0";
+ case GE: return "LDI\t0,%0\n\tLDILO.GE\t1,%0";
+ case LTU: return "LDI\t0,%0\n\tLDILO.C\t1,%0";
+ case GTU: return "LDI\t1,%0\n\tLDILO.C\t0,%0\n\tLDILO.Z\t0,%0";
+ case LEU: return "LDI\t0,%0\n\tLDILO.C\t1,%0\n\tLDILO.Z\t1,%0";
+ case GEU: return "LDI\t1,%0\n\tLDILO.C\t0,%0";
+ default:
+ zip_debug_rtx(condition);
+ internal_error("CSTORE Unsupported condition");
+ return NULL;
+ }
+}
+
+const char *zip_binary_movsicc(rtx_code condition, const char *op, const int opno) {
+ static char result[64] = "";
+ switch(condition) {
+ //
+ // Result already exists in the iffalse register
+ // Can't change it. Therefore, on the
+ // condition ... move true register to the
+ // destination
+ //
+ case EQ: sprintf(result, "%s.Z\t%%%d,%%0", op, opno); break;
+ case NE: sprintf(result, "%s.NZ\t%%%d,%%0", op, opno); break;
+ case LT: sprintf(result, "%s.LT\t%%%d,%%0", op, opno); break;
+ case GT: sprintf(result, "%s.GT\t%%%d,%%0", op, opno); break;
+ // .LE doesn't exist on Zip CPU--turn this into two instructions
+ case LE: sprintf(result, "%s.LT\t%%%d,%%0\n\t%s.Z\t%%%d,%%0", op, opno, op, opno); break;
+ case GE: sprintf(result, "%s.GE\t%%%d,%%0", op, opno); break;
+ case LTU: sprintf(result, "%s.C\t%%%d,%%0", op, opno); break;
+ //
+ // .GTU doesn't exist on the Zip CPU either. We also note that
+ // .C will never be set on an equal condition. Therefore, we
+ // turn this into a XOR.NZ 2,CC, which will set the .C condition
+ // as long as .Z wasn't true. We then undo this when we're
+ // done. This is possible since none of these instructions
+ // (LDI/MOV/Lod conditional, nor Xor conditional) will ever set
+ // the condition codes.
+ //
+ // This is obviously not very optimal. Avoid this by all means
+ // if you can
+ case GTU: sprintf(result, "XOR.NZ\t2,CC\n%s.C\t%%%d,%%0\n\tXOR.NZ\t2,CC", op, opno); break;
+ // .LEU doesn't exist on Zip CPU either--turn this into another
+ // two instructions
+ case LEU: sprintf(result, "%s.C\t%%%d,%%0\n\t%s.Z\t%%%d,%%0", op, opno, op, opno); break;
+ //
+ // .GEU doesn't exist on Zip CPU. Implementing it her is
+ // painful. We can change the condition codes to make it so,
+ // but the instruction requires the condition codes not be
+ // changed. Hence, we must change them back if we do so.
+ //
+ // .C will be set on less than but not equal. Hence !.C will
+ // be true on greater than or equal.
+ case GEU: sprintf(result, "XOR\t2,CC\n%s.C\t%%%d,%%0\n\tXOR\t2,CC", op, opno); break;
+ default:
+ internal_error("MOVSICC(BINARY) Unsupported condition");
+ return NULL;
+ } return result;
+}
+
+const char *zip_tertiary_movsicc(rtx condition, const char *optrue, const char *opfalse) {
+ static char result[64] = "";
+ switch(GET_CODE(condition)) {
+ case EQ: sprintf(result,"%s\t%%3,%%0\n\t%s.Z\t%%2,%%0", opfalse, optrue); break;
+ case NE: sprintf(result,"%s\t%%3,%%0\n\t%s.NZ\t%%2,%%0", opfalse, optrue); break;
+ case LT: sprintf(result,"%s\t%%3,%%0\n\t%s.LT\t%%2,%%0", opfalse, optrue); break;
+ case GT: sprintf(result,"%s\t%%3,%%0\n\t%s.GT\t%%2,%%0", opfalse, optrue); break;
+ // LE doesn't exist on a Zip CPU. Accomplish this by
+ // reversing the condition: i.e., load the false value into
+ // the register, and the on condition load the true value.
+ case LE: sprintf(result,"%s\t%%2,%%0\n\t%s.GT\t%%3,%%0", optrue, opfalse); break;
+ case GE: sprintf(result,"%s\t%%3,%%0\n\t%s.GE\t%%2,%%0", opfalse, optrue); break;
+ case LTU: sprintf(result,"%s\t%%3,%%0\n\t%s.C\t%%2,%%0", opfalse, optrue); break;
+ //
+ case GTU: sprintf(result,"%s\t%%2,%%0\n\t%s.C\t%%3,%%0\n\t%s.Z\t%%3,%%0", optrue, opfalse, opfalse); break;
+ case LEU: sprintf(result,"%s\t%%3,%%0\n\t%s.C\t%%2,%%0\n\t%s.Z\t%%2,%%0", opfalse, optrue, optrue); break;
+ case GEU: sprintf(result,"%s\t%%2,%%0\n\t%s.C\t%%3,%%0\n", optrue, opfalse); break;
+ default:
+ internal_error("MOVSICC Unsupported condition");
+ return NULL;
+ } return result;
+}
+
+const char *zip_movsicc(rtx dst, rtx condition, rtx iftrue, rtx iffalse) {
+ const bool dbg = ((ALL_DEBUG_ON)||(true))&&(!ALL_DEBUG_OFF);
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP::MOVSICC\n");
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx_pfx("DST", dst);
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx_pfx("CND", condition);
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx_pfx("TRU", iftrue);
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx_pfx("FAL", iffalse);
+ if ((REG_P(iftrue))&&(REGNO(dst)==REGNO(iftrue))) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP::MOVSICC -- CASE if(X) -> R\n");
+ if (zip_legitimate_move_operand_p(SImode, iffalse, true))
+ return zip_binary_movsicc(reverse_condition(GET_CODE(condition)), "MOV", 3);
+ else if (zip_const_address_operand(iffalse))
+ return zip_binary_movsicc(reverse_condition(GET_CODE(condition)), "LDI", 3);
+ else if (zip_const_address_operand(iffalse))
+ return zip_binary_movsicc(reverse_condition(GET_CODE(condition)), "LDI", 3);
+ else if ((MEM_P(iffalse))&&(zip_legitimate_operand_address(XEXP(iffalse,0), true)))
+ return zip_binary_movsicc(reverse_condition(GET_CODE(condition)), "LOD", 3);
+ else {
+ internal_error("MOVSICC Unsupported mode");
+ return NULL;
+ }
+ } if ((REG_P(iftrue))&&(REGNO(dst)==REGNO(iftrue))) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP::MOVSICC -- CASE if(!X) -> R\n");
+ if (zip_legitimate_move_operand_p(SImode, iftrue, true))
+ return zip_binary_movsicc(GET_CODE(condition), "MOV",2);
+ else if (zip_const_address_operand(iffalse))
+ return zip_binary_movsicc(GET_CODE(condition), "LDI",2);
+ else if (zip_const_address_operand(iffalse))
+ return zip_binary_movsicc(GET_CODE(condition), "LDI",2);
+ else if ((MEM_P(iffalse))&&(zip_legitimate_operand_address(XEXP(iffalse,0), true)))
+ return zip_binary_movsicc(GET_CODE(condition), "LOD",2);
+ else {
+ internal_error("MOVSICC Unsupported mode");
+ return NULL;
+ }
+ } if ((zip_const_address_operand(iftrue))&&(zip_const_address_operand(iffalse))) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP::MOVSICC -- IF(X) #1 ELSE #2\n");
+ return zip_tertiary_movsicc(condition, "LDI", "LDI");
+ } if ((zip_const_address_operand(iftrue))&&(zip_legitimate_move_operand_p(SImode, iffalse, true))) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP::MOVSICC -- IF(X) #1 ELSE A+B\n");
+ return zip_tertiary_movsicc(condition, "LDI", "MOV");
+ } if ((zip_legitimate_move_operand_p(SImode, iftrue, true))&&(zip_const_address_operand(iffalse))) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP::MOVSICC -- IF(X) A+B ELSE #x\n");
+ return zip_tertiary_movsicc(condition, "MOV", "LDI");
+ } if ((zip_legitimate_move_operand_p(SImode, iftrue, true))
+ &&(zip_legitimate_move_operand_p(SImode, iffalse, true))) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP::MOVSICC -- IF(X) A+B ELSE C+D\n");
+ return zip_tertiary_movsicc(condition, "MOV", "MOV");
+ }
+ if ((MEM_P(iftrue))
+ &&(zip_legitimate_operand_address(XEXP(iftrue,0), true))
+ &&(zip_legitimate_move_operand_p(SImode, iffalse, true))) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP::MOVSICC -- IF(X) A[B] ELSE C+D\n");
+ return zip_tertiary_movsicc(condition, "LOD", "MOV");
+ } if ((zip_legitimate_move_operand_p(SImode, iftrue, true))
+ &&(MEM_P(iffalse))&&(zip_legitimate_operand_address(XEXP(iffalse,0), true))) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP::MOVSICC -- IF(X) A+B ELSE C[D]\n");
+ return zip_tertiary_movsicc(condition, "MOV", "LOD");
+ } if ((MEM_P(iftrue))&&(zip_legitimate_operand_address(XEXP(iftrue,0), true))
+ &&(MEM_P(iffalse))&&(zip_legitimate_operand_address(XEXP(iffalse,0), true))) {
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "ZIP::MOVSICC -- IF(X) A[B] ELSE C[D]\n");
+ return zip_tertiary_movsicc(condition, "LOD", "LOD");
+ }
+
+ internal_error("MOVSICC Operands not supported");
+}
+
+const char *zip_addsicc(rtx dst, rtx condition, rtx ifsrc, rtx addv ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED) {
+ // We know upon entry that REG_P(dst) must be true
+ if (!REG_P(dst))
+ internal_error("%s","ADDSICC into something other than register");
+ if ((REG_P(ifsrc))&&(REGNO(dst)==REGNO(ifsrc))) {
+ switch (GET_CODE(condition)) {
+ case EQ: return "ADD.Z\t%3,%0";
+ case NE: return "ADD.NZ\t%3,%0";
+ case LT: return "ADD.LT\t%3,%0";
+ case GT: return "ADD.GT\t%3,%0";
+ case LE: return "ADD.LT\t%3,%0\n\tADD.Z\t%3,%0";
+ case GE: return "ADD.GE\t%3,%0";
+ case LTU: return "ADD.C\t%3,%0";
+ case LEU: return "ADD.C\t%3,%0\n\tADD.Z\t%3,%0";
+ case GEU: return "XOR\t2,CC\n\tADD.C\t%3,%0\n\tXOR\t2,CC";
+ // Can do a GEU comparison, and then undo on the Zero condition
+ case GTU: return "XOR\t2,CC\n\tADD.C\t%3,%0\n\tSUB.Z\t%3,%0\n\tXOR\t2,CC";
+ default:
+ internal_error("%s", "Zip/No usable addsi expansion");
+ break;
+ }
+ } else {
+ // MOV A+REG,REG
+ switch (GET_CODE(condition)) {
+ case EQ: return "MOV.Z\t%3+%2,%0";
+ case NE: return "MOV.NZ\t%3+%2,%0";
+ case LT: return "MOV.LT\t%3+%2,%0";
+ case GT: return "MOV.GT\t%3+%2,%0";
+ case LE: return "MOV.LT\t%3+%2,%0\n\tMOV.Z\t%3+%2,%0";
+ case GE: return "MOV.GE\t%3+%2,%0";
+ case LTU: return "MOV.C\t%3+%2,%0";
+ case LEU: return "MOV.C\t%3+%2,%0\n\tMOV.Z\t%3+%2,%0";
+ case GEU: return "XOR\t2,CC\n\tMOV.C\t%3+%2,%0\n\tXOR\t2,CC";
+ // Can do a GEU comparison, and then undo on the Zero condition
+ // EXCEPT: with a move instruction, what's there to undo? We
+ // just clobbered our register!
+ // case GTU: return "XOR\t2,CC\n\tMOV.C\t%3,%0\n\tSUB.Z\t%3,%0XOR\t2,CC";
+ default:
+ internal_error("%s", "Zip/No usable addsi(reg,reg) expansion");
+ break;
+ }
+ }
+
+ return "BREAK";
+}
+
+static void
+zip_canonicalize_comparison(int *code ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, rtx *op0 ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, rtx *op1 ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, bool preserve_op0 ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
+{
+/*
+ * While I'd like to keep and have this code, it does absolutely nothing. The
+ * code apparently only gets called on non-CC0 targets.
+ *
+ *
+ const bool dbg = true;
+
+ if (dbg) fprintf(stderr, "CANONICALIZE ...%s\n", (preserve_op0)?"(Preserve Op0)":"");
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx_pfx("CODE", gen_rtx_fmt_ee((rtx_code)*code, VOIDmode, cc0_rtx, const0_rtx));
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx_pfx("OP0 ", *op0);
+ if (dbg) zip_debug_rtx_pfx("OP1 ", *op1);
+
+ if ((!preserve_op0)&&((*code == LE)||(*code == GTU)||(*code == GEU))) {
+ rtx tem = *op0;
+ *op0 = *op1;
+ *op1 = tem;
+ *code = (int)swap_condition((enum rtx_code)*code);
+ }
+
+ if ((*code == LE)||(*code == LEU)||(*code==GTU)) {
+ int offset = (*code == GTU) ? 1 : -1;
+ bool swap = false;
+ // A < B => A <= B-1
+ if (CONST_INT_P(*op1)) {
+ *op1 = GEN_INT(INTVAL(*op1)+offset);
+ swap = true;
+ } else if (REG_P(*op1)) {
+ *op1 = plus_constant(SImode, *op1, offset, true);
+ swap = true;
+ } else if ((GET_CODE(*op1)==PLUS)&&(CONST_INT_P(XEXP(*op1,1)))){
+ *op1 = plus_constant(GET_MODE(*op1),XEXP(*op1,0),
+ INTVAL(XEXP(*op1,1))+offset);
+ swap = true;
+ } if (swap) {
+ if (*code == LE)
+ (*code) = LT;
+ else if (*code == LEU)
+ (*code) = LTU;
+ else // (*code) == GTU
+ (*code) = GEU;
+ }
+ }
+*/
+}
+
+static int zip_memory_move_cost(machine_mode mode, reg_class_t ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, bool in) {
+ int rv = 14;
+ if ((mode == DImode)||(mode == DFmode))
+ rv += 2;
+ return rv;
+}
+
+
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/zip/zip.h gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/zip/zip.h
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/zip/zip.h 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/zip/zip.h 2016-03-05 12:28:06.303411350 -0500
@@ -0,0 +1,3667 @@
+////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+//
+// Filename: gcc/config/zip/zip.h
+//
+// Project: Zip CPU backend for the GNU Compiler Collection
+//
+// Purpose:
+//
+// Creator: Dan Gisselquist, Ph.D.
+// Gisselquist Technology, LLC
+//
+////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+//
+// Copyright (C) 2016, Gisselquist Technology, LLC
+//
+// This program is free software (firmware): you can redistribute it and/or
+// modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published
+// by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at
+// your option) any later version.
+//
+// This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
+// ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTIBILITY or
+// FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License
+// for more details.
+//
+// You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
+// with this program. (It's in the $(ROOT)/doc directory, run make with no
+// target there if the PDF file isn't present.) If not, see
+// <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/> for a copy.
+//
+// License: GPL, v3, as defined and found on www.gnu.org,
+// http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
+//
+//
+////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+#ifndef GCC_ZIP_H
+#define GCC_ZIP_H
+
+
+//
+//
+// Zip CPU configuration registers
+//
+//
+#define ZIP_USER 0 // Assume we are in supervisor mode
+#define ZIP_MULTIPLY 1 // Assume we have multiply instructions
+#define ZIP_DIVIDE 1 // Assume we have divide instructions
+#define ZIP_FPU 0 // Assume we have no floating point instructions
+#define ZIP_PIPELINED 1 // Assume our instructions are pipelined
+#define ZIP_VLIW 1 // Assume we have the VLIW feature
+#define ZIP_ATOMIC ((ZIP_PIPELINED)&&(ZIP_VLIW))
+#define ZIP_PIC 0 // Attempting to produce PIC code, with GOT
+#define ZIP_HAS_DI 1
+
+// Zip has 16 registers in each user mode.
+// Register 15 is the program counter (PC)
+// Register 14 is the condition codes (CC)
+// Register 13 is the stack pointer (SP)
+// Register 12 (may be) the Global Offset Table pointer (GOT)
+// Register 0 (may be) the return address pointer
+// Registers 16-31 may only be used in supervisor mode.
+#define is_ZIP_GENERAL_REG(REGNO) ((REGNO)<13)
+#define is_ZIP_REG(REGNO) ((REGNO)<16)
+
+#undef STARTFILE_SPEC
+#define STARTFILE_SPEC "_start"
+
+#undef ENDFILE_SPEC
+#define ENDFILE_SPEC ""
+
+#undef LIB_SPEC
+#define LIB_SPEC "%{!g:-lc} %{g:-lg} -lzip"
+
+#define zip_PC 15
+#define zip_CC 14
+#define zip_SP 13
+#define zip_FP 12
+#define zip_GOT 11
+#define zip_AP 10
+#define zip_R1 1
+#define zip_R0 0
+
+#define ZIP_FIRST_ARG_REGNO 1
+#define ZIP_LAST_ARG_REGNO 5
+#define NUM_ARG_REGS 5
+#define MAX_PARM_REGS 5
+
+/* The overall framework of an assembler file */
+
+#undef ASM_SPEC
+#define ASM_COMMENT_START ";"
+#define ASM_APP_ON ""
+#define ASM_APP_OFF ""
+
+#define FILE_ASM_OP "\t.file\n"
+
+/* Output and Generation of Labels */
+#define GLOBAL_ASM_OP "\t.global\t"
+
+#undef BITS_PER_UNIT
+#define BITS_PER_UNIT (32)
+
+/* Assembler Commands for Alignment */
+#define ASM_OUTPUT_ALIGN(STREAM,POWER) \
+ { int pwr = POWER; fprintf(STREAM, "\t.p2align %d\n", (pwr<2)?2:pwr); }
+
+
+/* A C compound statement to output to stdio stream STREAM the assembler syntax
+ * for an instruction operand X. */
+#define PRINT_OPERAND(STREAM, X, CODE) zip_print_operand(STREAM, X, CODE)
+#define PRINT_OPERAND_ADDRESS(STREAM, X) zip_print_operand_address(STREAM, X)
+
+/* Passing arguments in registers */
+#define FUNCTION_VALUE_REGNO_P(REGNO) ((REGNO)==zip_R1)
+
+/* Define how to find the value returned by a function. VALTYPE is the data
+ * type of the value (as a tree). If the precise function being called is known
+ * FUNC is its FUNCTION_DECL; otherwise, FUNC is 0. */
+#define FUNCTION_VALUE(VALTYPE, FUNC) gen_rtx_REG(TYPE_MODE(VALTYPE), zip_R1)
+
+/* Define how to find the value returned by a library function assuming the
+ * value has mode MODE.
+ */
+#define LIBCALL_VALUE(MODE) gen_rtx_REG(MODE, zip_R1)
+
+
+/* STACK AND CALLING */
+
+
+/* Define this macro as a C expression that is nonzero for registers that are
+ * used by the epilogue or the return pattern. The stack and frame pointer
+ * registers are already assumed to be used as needed.
+ */
+#define EPILOGUE_USES(R) (R == RETURN_ADDRESS_REGNUM)
+
+
+/* Normal alignment required for function parameters on the stack, in bits. All
+ * stack parameters receive at leaswt this much alignment regardless of data
+ * type. */
+#define PARM_BOUNDARY 32
+
+/* Alignment of field after 'int : 0' in a structure. */
+#define EMPTY_FIELD_BOUNDARY 32
+
+/* No data type wants to be aligned rounder than this. */
+#define BIGGEST_ALIGNMENT 32
+
+/* The best alignment to use in cases where we have a choice. */
+#define FASTEST_ALIGNMENT 32
+
+/* Every structures size must be a multiple of 32-bits. */
+#define STRUCTURE_SIZE_BOUNDARY 32
+
+/* PCC_BITFIELD_TYPE_MATTERS -- define this if you wish to imitate the the way
+ * other C compilers handle alignment of bit-fields and the structures that
+ * contain them.
+ *
+ * The behavior is that the type written for a named bit-field (int, short, or
+ * other integer type) imposes an alignment for the entire structure, as if the
+ * structure really did contain an ordinary field of that type. In addition,
+ * the bit-field is placed within the structure so that it would fit within
+ * such a field, not crossing a boundary for it.
+ *
+ * Thus, no most machines, a named bit-field whose type is written as int would
+ * not cross a four-byte boundary, and would force four-byte alignment for the
+ * whole structure. (The alignment used may not be four bytes; it is controlled
+ * by other alignment parameters.)
+ *
+ * An unnamed bit-field will not affect the alignment of the containing
+ * structure.
+ *
+ * If thhe macro is defined, its definition should be a C expression, a non
+ * zero value for the expression enables this behavior.
+ * Look at the fundamental type that is used for a bit-field and use that to
+ * impose alignment on the enclosing structure. struct s{int a:8}; should
+ * have the same alignment as 'int', not 'char'.
+ */
+#undef PCC_BITFIELD_TYPE_MATTERS
+#define PCC_BITFIELD_TYPE_MATTERS 0
+
+/* MAX_FIXED_MODE_SIZE -- An integer expression for the size in bits of the
+ * largest integer machine mode that should actually be used. All integer
+ * machine modes of this size and smaller can be used for structures and unions
+ * with the appropriate sizes. If this macro is undefined,
+ * GET_MODE_BITSIZE(DImode) is assumed.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU -- The default looks good enough for us.
+ */
+
+/* Make strings word-aligned so strcpy from constants will be faster. */
+#define CONSTANT_ALIGNMENT(EXP, ALIGN) (((TREE_CODE(EXP)==STRING_CST) \
+ && ((ALIGN) < FASTEST_ALIGNMENT)) ? FASTEST_ALIGNMENT : (ALIGN))
+
+/* Make arrays of chars word-aligned for the same reasons. */
+#define DATA_ALIGNMENT(TYPE, ALIGN) ((TREE_CODE(TYPE) == ARRAY_TYPE) \
+ && (TYPE_MODE(TREE_TYPE(TYPE)) == QImode) \
+ && ((ALIGN < FASTEST_ALIGNMENT) ? FASTEST_ALIGNMENT : (ALIGN)))
+
+/* Generate Code for Profiling
+ */
+#define FUNCTION_PROFILER(FILE,LABELNO) (abort(), 0)
+
+
+/* A C expression which is nonzero if register number NUM is suitable for use
+ * as an index register in operand addresses.
+ */
+#define REGNO_OK_FOR_INDEX_P(NUM) 0
+
+
+/* A C compound statement with a conditional 'goto LABEL;' executed if X
+ * (an RTX) is a legitimate memory address on the target machine for a memory
+ * operand of mode MODE.
+ */
+/* 17.03 Run-time Target Specification */
+
+/* TARGET_CPU_CPP_BUILTINS() ... This function-like macro expands to a block of
+ * code that defines built-in preprocessor macros and assertions for the target
+ * CPU, using the functions builtin_define, builtin_define_std, and
+ * builtin_assert. When the front end calls this macro it provides a trailing
+ * semicolon, and since it has finished command line option proccessing your
+ * code can use those results freely.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- We should probably capture in this macro what capabilities the
+ * command line parameters we've been given indicate that our CPU has. That
+ * way, code can be adjusted depending upon the CPU's capabilities.
+ */
+#define TARGET_CPU_CPP_BUILTINS() \
+ { builtin_define("__ZIPCPU__"); \
+ if (ZIP_FPU) builtin_define("__ZIPFPU__"); \
+ if (ZIP_ATOMIC) builtin_define("__ZIPATOMIC__"); \
+ }
+ // If (zip_param_has_fpu) builtin_define("__ZIPFPU__");
+ // If (zip_param_has_div) builtin_define("__ZIPDIV__");
+ // If (zip_param_has_mpy) builtin_define("__ZIPMPY__");
+ // If (zip_param_has_lock) builtin_define("__ZIPLOCK__");
+ // If (zip_param_supervisor) builtin_define("__ZIPUREGS__");
+ // If (we support int64s) builtin_define("___int64_t_defined");
+
+/* TARGET_OS_CPP_BUILTINS() ... Similarly to TARGET_CPU_CPP_BUILTINS but this
+ * macro is optional and is used for the target operating system instead.
+ */
+
+/* Option macros: (we need to define these eventually ... )
+ *
+ * TARGET_HANDLE_OPTION
+ * TARGET_HANDLE_C_OPTION
+ * TARGET_OBJ_CONSTRUCT_STRING_OBJECT
+ * TARGET_OBJ_DECLARE_UNRESOLVED_CLASS_REFERENCE
+ * TARGET_OBJ_DECLARE_CLASS_DEFINITION
+ * TARGET_STRING_OBJECT_REF_TYPE_P
+ * TARGET_CHECK_STRING_OBJECT_FORMAT_ARG
+ * TARGET_OVERRIDE_OPTIONS_AFTER_CHANGE(VOID)
+ * C_COMMON_OVERRIDE_OTPTIONS
+ * TARGET_OPTION_OPTIMIZATION_TABLE
+ * TARGET_OPTION_INIT_STRUCT
+ * TARGET_OPTION_DEFAULT_PARAMS
+ */
+
+/* SWITCHABLE_TARGET
+ *
+ * Zip CPU doesn't need this, so it defaults to zero. No need to change it
+ * here.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_FLOAT_EXCEPTIONS_ROUNDING_SUPPORTED_P(VOID) ... Returns true if the
+ * target supports IEEE 754 floating-point exceptions and rounding modes, false
+ * otherwise. This is intended to relate to the float and double types, but not
+ * necessarily "long double". By default, returns true if the adddf3
+ * instruction pattern is available and false otherwise, on the assumption that
+ * hardware floating point supports exceptions and rounding modes but software
+ * floating point does not.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU floating point is barely going to be functional, I doubt it will
+ * support all of these bells and whistles when full functionality is even
+ * achieved. Therefore, we won't support these modes. However, we can't just
+ * set this to zero, so let's come back to this.
+ */
+// #warning "Wrong answer encoded to date"
+// #undef TARGET_FLOAT_EXCEPTIONS_ROUNDING_SUPPORTED_P(X)
+// #define TARGET_FLOAT_EXCEPTIONS_ROUNDING_SUPPORTED_P(X) 0
+
+/* 17.04 Defining data structures for per-function information */
+
+/* INIT_EXPANDERS ... Macro called to initialize any target specific
+ * information. This macro is called once per function, before generation of
+ * any RTL has begun. The intention is to allow the initialization of the
+ * function pointer init_machine_status.
+ */
+// #warning "I may need to define this to handle function return addresses ..."
+
+/* 17.05 Storage Layout */
+
+/* Storage Layout */
+#define BITS_BIG_ENDIAN 0 // MSB has highest number
+#define BYTES_BIG_ENDIAN 1 // 1 if MSB is lowest number
+#define WORDS_BIG_ENDIAN 1 // 1 if MSW is lowest number
+#define FLOAT_WORDS_BIG_ENDIAN 1
+#define BITS_PER_WORD 32
+// #define MAX_BITS_PER_WORD // defaults to BITS_PER_WORD
+#define UNITS_PER_WORD 1 // Storage units in a word, pwr of 2:1-8
+#define MIN_UNITS_PER_WORD 1 // Default is UNITS_PER_WORD
+/* POINTER_SIZE ... Width of a pointer in bits. You must specify a value no
+ * wider than the width of Pmode. If it is not equal to the width of Pmode,
+ * you must define POINTERS_EXTEND_UNSIGNED. If you do not specify a value the
+ * default is BITS_PER_WORD.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- All of our pointers are 32-bits, the width of our address bus.
+ */
+#define POINTER_SIZE 32 // Ptr width in bits
+/* POINTERS_EXTEND_UNSIGNED ... A C expression that determines how pointers
+ * should be extended from ptr_mode to either Pmode or word_mode. It is greater
+ * than zero if pointers should be zero-extended, zero if they should be sign
+ * extended, and negative if some other conversion is needed. In the last case,
+ * the extension is done by the target's ptr_extend instruction.
+ *
+ * You need not define this macro if the ptr_mode, Pmode, and word_mode are all
+ * the same width.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- While we shouldn't need this, QImode and HImode have the same
+ * number of bits as SImode. Therefore, one might wish to convert between the
+ * two. Hence, we specify how we would do that here.
+ */
+#define POINTERS_EXTEND_UNSIGNED 0
+
+/* PROMOTE_MODE(m,unsignedp,type) ... A macro to update m and unsignedp when an
+ * object whose type is type and which has he specified mode and signedness is
+ * to be stored in a register. This macro is only called when type is a scalar
+ * type.
+ *
+ * On most RISC machines, which only have operations that operate on a full
+ * register, define this macro to set m to word_mode if m is an integer mode
+ * narrower than BITS_PER_WORD. In most cases, only integer modes should be
+ * widened because wider precision floating-point operations are usually more
+ * expensive than their narrower counterparts.
+ *
+ * For most machines, the macro definition does not change unsigndep. However,
+ * some machines, have instructions that preferentially handle either signed or
+ * unsigned quantities of certain modes. For example, on the DEC Alpha, 32-bit
+ * loads from memory and 32-bit add instructions sign-extend the result to
+ * 64-bits. On such machines, set unsignedp according to which kind of extension
+ * is more efficient.
+ *
+ * Do not define this macro if it would never modify m.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- We need to always (if possible) promote everything to SImode where
+ * we can handle things. HImode and QImode just don't make sense on this CPU.
+ */
+#define PROMOTE_MODE(M,U,T) if ((GET_MODE_CLASS(M)==MODE_INT)&&(GET_MODE_SIZE(M)<2)) (M)=SImode;
+
+// TARGET_PROMOTE_FUNCTION_MODE
+/* PARM_BOUNDARY ... Normal alignment required for function parameters on the
+ * stack, in bits. All stack parameters receive at least this much alignment
+ * regardless of data type. On most machines, this is the same as the size of
+ * an integer.
+ */
+#define PARM_BOUNDARY 32
+
+/* STACK_BOUNDARY ... Define this macro to the minimum alignment enforced by
+ * hardware for the stack pointer on this machine. The definition is a C
+ * expression for the desired alignment (measured in bits). This value is used
+ * as a default if PREFERRED_STACK_BOUNDARY is not defined. On most machines,
+ * this should be the same as PARM_BOUNDARY.
+ */
+#define STACK_BOUNDARY PARM_BOUNDARY
+
+/* PREFERRED_STACK_BOUNDARY ... Define this ... */
+
+/* INCOMING_STACK_BOUNDARY
+ */
+
+/* FUNCTION_BOUNDARY ... Alignment required for a function entry point, in bits.
+ */
+#define FUNCTION_BOUNDARY 32
+
+/* BIGGEST_ALIGNMENT ... Biggest alignment that any data type can require on
+ * this machine, in bits. Note that this is not the biggest alignment that is
+ * supported, just the biggest alignment that, when violated, may cause a fault.
+ */
+#define BIGGEST_ALIGNMENT 32
+
+/* MINIMUM_ATOMIC_ALIGNMENT ... If defined, the smallest alignment, that can be
+ * given to an object that can be referenced in one operation, without
+ * disturbing any nearby object. Normally, this is BITS_PER_UNIT, but may be
+ * larger on machines that don't have byte or halfword store operations.
+ */
+#define MINIMUM_ATOMIC_ALIGNMENT BITS_PER_UNIT
+
+/* STRICT_ALIGNMENT ... Set this nonzero if move instructions will actually
+ * fail to work when given unaligned data. If instructions will merely go
+ * slower in that case, define this macro as 0.
+ */
+#define STRICT_ALIGNMENT 1
+
+/* MAX_FIXED_MODE_SIZE ... An integer expression for the size in bits of the
+ * largest integer machine mode that should actually be used. All integer
+ * machine modes of this size or smaller can be used for structures and unions
+ * with the appropriate sizes. If this macro is undefined,
+ * GET_MODE_BITSIZE(DImode) is assumed.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU ... Get_MOD_BITSIZE(DImode) will be 64, and this is really not the
+ * size on bits of the largest integer machine mode. However, that's the case
+ * with most DI implementations: A long is two words, spliced together. We'd
+ * like to support that eventually, but we need to get there. Hence, let's use
+ * compile time flag (ZIP_HAS_DI) that we can enable when we're ready.
+ */
+#if (ZIP_HAS_DI != 0)
+#define MAX_FIXED_MODE_SIZE 64
+#else
+#define MAX_FIXED_MODE_SIZE 32
+#endif
+
+
+/* 17.06 Layout of Source Language Data Types */
+
+#undef CHAR_TYPE_SIZE
+#undef SHORT_TYPE_SIZE
+#undef INT_TYPE_SIZE
+#undef LONG_TYPE_SIZE
+#undef LONG_LONG_TYPE_SIZE
+//
+#define CHAR_TYPE_SIZE 32
+#define SHORT_TYPE_SIZE 32
+#define INT_TYPE_SIZE 32
+#define LONG_TYPE_SIZE 32
+#define LONG_LONG_TYPE_SIZE 64
+// BOOL_TYPE_SIZE defaults to CHAR_TYPE_SIZE
+#undef FLOAT_TYPE_SIZE
+#undef DOUBLE_TYPE_SIZE
+#undef LONG_DOUBLE_TYPE_SIZE
+#define FLOAT_TYPE_SIZE 32
+#define DOUBLE_TYPE_SIZE FLOAT_TYPE_SIZE // Zip CPU doesn't support dbls
+#define LONG_DOUBLE_TYPE_SIZE 64 // This'll need to be done via emulation
+// SHORT_FRAC_TYPE_SIZE
+// LONG_FFRACT_TYPE_SIZE
+// LONG_LONG_FRACT_TIME_SIZE
+#undef SHORT_ACCUM_TYPE_SIZE
+#undef ACCUM_TYPE_SIZE
+#undef LONG_ACCUM_TYPE_SIZE
+#define SHORT_ACCUM_TYPE_SIZE SHORT_TYPE_SIZE
+#define ACCUM_TYPE_SIZE INT_TYPE_SIZE
+#define LONG_ACCUM_TYPE_SIZE LONG_TYPE_SIZE
+
+/* LIBGCC2_GNU_PREFIX ... This macro corresponds to the TARGET_GNU_PREFIX target
+ * hook and should be defined if that hook is overriden to be true. It causes
+ * function names in libgcc to be changed to use a __gnu_ prefix for their name
+ * rather than the default __. A port which uses this macro should also arrange
+ * to use t-gnu-prefix in the libgcc config.host.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU -- I see no reason to define and therefore change this behavior.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_FLT_EVAL_METHOD ... A C expression for the value for FLT_EVAL_METHOD
+ * in float.h,, assuming, if applicable, that the floating-point control word
+ * is in its default state. If you do not define this macro the value of
+ * FLT_EVAL_METHOD will be zero.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- ???
+ */
+
+/* WIDEST_HARDWARE_FP_SIZE ... A C expression for the size in bits of the widest
+ * floating-point format supported by the hardware. If you define this macro,
+ * you must specify a value less than or equal to the value of LONG_DOUBLE_...
+ * If you do not define this macro, the value of LONG_DOUBLE_TYPE_SIZE is the
+ * default.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU supports 32-bit IEEE floats--IF THE SUPPORT IS COMPILED IN! This
+ * really needs to be determined, then, based upon a compile time parameter
+ * where the one compiling the code states whether or not the H/W even has
+ * floating point support.
+ *
+ * For now, we'll assume it does--but once we implement GCC parameters, we'll
+ * need to change this.
+ */
+#undef WIDEST_HARDWARE_FP_SIZE
+// #warning "Definition needs to change if no FPU present"
+#define WIDEST_HARDWARE_FP_SIZE FLOAT_TYPE_SIZE
+
+/* DEFAULT_SIGNED_CHAR ... An expression whose value is 1 or 0, according to
+ * whether the type char should be signed or unsigned by default. The user
+ * can always override this default with the options -fsigned-char and
+ * -funsigned-char.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU--let's go with the default behavior.
+ */
+#define DEFAULT_SIGNED_CHAR 1
+
+/* TARGET_DEFAULT_SHORT_ENUMS(VOID) ... This target hook should return true if
+ * the compiler should give an enum type onyl as many bytes as it takes to
+ * represent the range of possible values of that type. It should return
+ * false if all enum types should be allocated like int.
+ *
+ * The default is to return false. This is what the ZipCPU needs, so we won't
+ * override it.
+ */
+
+/* SIZE_TYPE ... A C expression for a string describing the name of the data
+ * type to use for size values. The typedef name size_t is defined using the
+ * contents of the string.
+ *
+ * If you don't define this macro, the default is "long unsigned int". Since
+ * on the ZipCPU this is a 32-bit number, and all ZipCPU values are 32-bits,
+ * the default seems perfect for us.
+ */
+#define SIZE_TYPE "unsigned int"
+
+/* SIZETYPE ... GCC defines internal types () for expressions dealing with size.
+ * This macro is a C expression for a string describing the name of the data
+ * type from which the precision of sizetype is extracted. The string has the
+ * same restrictions as SIZE_TYPE string. If you don't define this macro, the
+ * default is SIZE_TYPE --- which seems good enough for us.
+ */
+
+/* PTRDIFF_TYPE ... A C expression for a string describing the name of the data
+ * type to use fo rthe result of subtracting two pointers. The typedef name
+ * ptrdiff_t is defined using the contents of the string. See SIZE_TYPE for
+ * more information.
+ *
+ * The default is "long int" which for the ZipCPU is 32-bits---still good enough
+ * for us.
+ */
+#define PTRDIFF_TYPE "int"
+
+/* WCHAR_TYPE ... A C expression for a string describing the name of the data
+ * type to use for wide characters. The typedef name wchar_t is defined using
+ * the contents of the string. If you don't define this macro, the default is
+ * 'int'--good enough for ZipCPU.
+ */
+
+/* WCHAR_TYPE_SIZE ... A C expression for the size in bits of the data type for
+ * wide characters. This is used in cpp, which cannot make use of WCHAR_TYPE.
+ */
+#undef WCHAR_TYPE_SIZE
+#define WCHAR_TYPE_SIZE 32
+
+/* WINT_TYPE ... A C expression for a string describing the name of the data
+ * type to use for wide characters passed to printf and returned from getwc.
+ * The typedef name wint_t is defined using the contents of the string. See
+ *
+ * If you don't define this macro, the default is "unsigned int"--also best
+ * for us again.
+ */
+
+/* INTMAX_TYPE ... A C expression for a string describing the name of the
+ * data type that can represent any value of any standard or extended signed
+ * integer type. The typedef name intmax_t is defined using the contents of
+ * the string.
+ *
+ * If you don't define this macro, the default is the first of "int", "long int"
+ * or "long long int" that has as much precision as "long long int".
+ */
+
+/* UINTMAX_TYPE ... same as INTMAX_TYPE, but for unsigned
+ */
+
+#undef SIG_ATOMIC_TYPE
+#if (ZIP_ATOMIC != 0)
+#define SIG_ATOMIC_TYPE "int"
+#else
+#define SIG_ATOMIC_TYPE NULL // We have no atomic types, but registers
+#endif
+#undef INT8_TYPE
+#define INT8_TYPE NULL // We have no 8-bit integer type
+#undef INT16_TYPE
+#define INT16_TYPE NULL
+#undef INT32_TYPE
+#define INT32_TYPE "int"
+#undef UINT8_TYPE
+#define UINT8_TYPE NULL
+#undef UINT16_TYPE
+#define UINT16_TYPE NULL
+#undef UINT32_TYPE
+#define UINT32_TYPE "unsigned int"
+#undef INT_LEAST8_TYPE
+#define INT_LEAST8_TYPE "int"
+#undef INT_LEAST16_TYPE
+#define INT_LEAST16_TYPE "int"
+#undef INT_LEAST32_TYPE
+#define INT_LEAST32_TYPE "int"
+#undef UINT_LEAST8_TYPE
+#define UINT_LEAST8_TYPE "unsigned int"
+#undef UINT_LEAST16_TYPE
+#define UINT_LEAST16_TYPE "unsigned int"
+#undef UINT_LEAST32_TYPE
+#define UINT_LEAST32_TYPE "unsigned int"
+#undef INT_FAST8_TYPE
+#define INT_FAST8_TYPE "int"
+#undef INT_FAST16_TYPE
+#define INT_FAST16_TYPE "int"
+#undef INT_FAST32_TYPE
+#define INT_FAST32_TYPE "int"
+#undef UINT_FAST8_TYPE
+#define UINT_FAST8_TYPE "unsigned int"
+#undef UINT_FAST16_TYPE
+#define UINT_FAST16_TYPE "unsigned int"
+#undef UINT_FAST32_TYPE
+#define UINT_FAST32_TYPE "unsigned int"
+#undef INTPTR_TYPE
+#define INTPTR_TYPE "unsigned int"
+#undef UINTPTR_TYPE
+#define UINTPTR_TYPE "unsigned int"
+
+#undef INT64_TYPE
+#undef UINT64_TYPE
+#undef INT_LEAST64_TYPE
+#undef UINT_LEAST64_TYPE
+#undef INT_FAST64_TYPE
+#undef UINT_FAST64_TYPE
+
+#if (ZIP_HAS_DI != 0)
+#define INT64_TYPE "long int"
+#define UINT64_TYPE "long unsigned int"
+#define INT_LEAST64_TYPE "long int"
+#define UINT_LEAST64_TYPE "long unsigned int"
+#define INT_FAST64_TYPE "long int"
+#define UINT_FAST64_TYPE "long unsigned int"
+#else
+#define INT64_TYPE NULL
+#define UINT64_TYPE NULL
+#define INT_LEAST64_TYPE NULL
+#define UINT_LEAST64_TYPE NULL
+#define INT_FAST64_TYPE NULL
+#define UINT_FAST64_TYPE NULL
+#endif
+
+#define TARGET_PTRMEMFUNC_VBI_LOCATION ptrmemfunc_vbit_in_pfn
+
+
+/* 17.07 Register Usage / Register definitions */
+
+/* FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER ... Number of hardware registers known to the compiler.
+ * They receive numbers 0 through FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER-1; thus the first
+ * pseudo register's numbrer really is assigned the number
+ * FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---There are 16 registers in the ZipCPU, numbered 0-15 with the CC
+ * and PC register being numbered 14 and 15 respectively. Therefore, the
+ * compiler can take register number 16 and above and do whatever it wants
+ * with it.
+ */
+#ifdef DEFINE_USER_REGS
+#define FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER 32
+#else
+#define FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER 16
+#endif
+
+/* FIXED_REGISTERS ... An initializer that says which registers are used for
+ * fixed purposes all throughout the compiled code and are therefore not
+ * available for general allocation. These would include the stack pointer, the
+ * frame pointer (except on machines where that can be used as a general
+ * register when no frame pointer is needed), the program counter on machines
+ * where that is considered one of the addressable registers, and any other
+ * numbered register with a standard use.
+ *
+ * This information is expressed as a sequence of numbers, separated by commas,
+ * and surrounded by braces. The nth number is 1 if register n is fixed, 0
+ * otherwise.
+ *
+ * For the Zip CPU, we have three fixed registers that are not available for
+ * general allocation:
+ *
+ * SP The stack pointer
+ * CC The condition codes and CPU state register
+ * PC The program counter
+ *
+ * Other registers, such as FP (the frame pointer) or GBL (the global offset
+ * table pointer) are registers that we hope will not be so fixed.
+ */
+#define FIXED_REGISTERS { 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,1,1,1 }
+
+/* CALL_USED_REGISTERS ... like FIXED_REGISTERS but has 1 for each register
+ * that is clobbered (in general) by function calls as well as for fixed
+ * registers. This macro therefore identifies the registers that are not
+ * available for general allocation of values that must live across function
+ * calls.
+ *
+ * If a register has 0 in CALL_USED_REGISTERS, the compiler automatically saves
+ * it on function entry and restores it on function exit, if the register is
+ * used within the function.
+ *
+ * On the Zip CPU, we must save R0 (the return address), and (let's pick) any
+ * register above R5.
+ */
+#define CALL_USED_REGISTERS { 0,1,1,1,1,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,1,1,1 }
+
+/* CALL_REALLY_USED_REGISTERS ... optional macro that, if not defined, defaults
+ * to the value of CALL_USED_REGISTERS.
+ */
+
+/* HARD_REGNO_CALL_PART_CLOBBERED(REGNO,MODE) ... A C expression that is nonzero
+ * if it is not permissible to store a value of mode MODE in hard register REGNO
+ * across a call without some part of it being clobbbered. For most machines,
+ * this macro need not be defined. It is only required for machines that do
+ * not preserve the eentire contents of a register across a call.
+ *
+ * In the Zip CPU, we clobber R0 with our return address during a call, so let's
+ * make sure this gets included here.
+ */
+#define HARD_REGNO_CALL_PART_CLOBBERED(REGNO,MODE) (REGNO==0)
+
+/* TARGET_CONDITIONAL_REGISTER_USAGE(VOID) ... This hook may conditionally
+ * modify five variables fixed_regs, call_used_regs, global_regs, reg_names, and
+ * reg_class_contents, to take into account any dependence of these register
+ * sets on target flags. The first three of these are of type char[]
+ * (interpreted as Boolean vectors). global_regs is a const char *[] and
+ * reg_class_contents is a HARD_REG_SET. Before the macro is called,
+ * fixed_regs, call_used_regs, reg_class_contents, and reg_names have been
+ * initialized from FIXED_REGISTERS, CALL_USED_REGISTERS, REG_CLASS_CONTENTS,
+ * and REGISTER_NAMES, respectively. global_regs has been cleared, and any
+ * -ffixed-reg, -fcall-used-reg, and -fcall-saved-reg command options have been
+ * applied.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU -- I may need to return and define this depending upon how FP and
+ * GBL register allocation go. But for now, we'll leave this at its default
+ * value.
+ */
+// #warning "Revisit me after FP and GBL allocation"
+
+/* INCOMING_REGNO(out) ... Define this macro if the target machine has register
+ * windows. ...
+ *
+ * Zip CPU has no register windows.
+ */
+
+/* OUTGOING_REGNO ... same thing.
+ */
+
+/* LOCAL_REGNO ... same thing.
+ */
+
+/* PC_REGNUM ... If the program counter has a register number, define this as
+ * that register number. Otherwise do not define it.
+ */
+#define PC_REGNUM zip_PC
+
+
+/* REG_ALLOC_ORDER ... If defined, an initializer for a vector of integers,
+ * containing the number of hard registers in the order in which GCC should
+ * prefer to use them (from most preferred to least.
+ *
+ * If this macro is not definedd, registers are used lowest numbered first (all
+ * else being equal).
+ *
+ * Since the default is the ZipCPU desired case, we won't define this here.
+ */
+
+/* ADJUST_REG_ALLOC_ORDER ... on most machines it is not necessary to define
+ * this macro, so we won't either.
+ */
+
+/* HONOR_REG_ALLOC_ORDER ...
+ */
+
+/* HONOR_REG_ALLOC_ORDER ... on most machines it is not necessary to define
+ * this macro, so we won't either.
+ */
+
+/* HARD_REGNO_NREGS(REGNO, MODE) ... A C expression for the number of
+ * consecutive hard registers, starting at register number REGNO, required to
+ * hold a value of mode MODE.
+ *
+ * On a machine where all registers are exactly one word, a suitable definition
+ * is given of ((GET_MODE_SIZE(MODE)+UNITS_PER_WORD-1)/UNITS_PER_WORD.
+ *
+ * On ZipCPU, we might do
+ * ((((MODE)==DImode)||((MODE)==DFmode))?2:1)
+ * but I think the default (above) code should work as well. Hence, let's stick
+ * with the default, lest someone try to create larger modes (TImode, OImode,
+ * XImode) and expect us to follow them properly some how.
+ *
+ * Okay, now in hind sight, we know that the default doesn't work for our
+ * architecture, since GET_MODE_SIZE(SImode)=4, not 1. Thus, let's rearrange
+ * this expression to work in bits rather than in bytes and we'll know more
+ * of what we are doing.
+ */
+#undef HARD_REGNO_NREGS
+#define HARD_REGNO_NREGS(REGNO, MODE) ((GET_MODE_SIZE(MODE)+UNITS_PER_WORD-1)\
+ / (UNITS_PER_WORD))
+
+/* HARD_REGNO_NREGS_HAS_PADDING(REGNO,MODE) ... A C expression that is nonzero
+ * if a value of mode MODE, stored in memory, ends with padding that causes it
+ * to take up more space than in registers starting at register number REGNO
+ * (as determined by multiplying GCC's notion of the size of the register when
+ * containing this mode by the number of registers returned by HARD_REGNO_NREGS)
+ * By default this is zero.
+ *
+ * Zip CPU --- The default looks good enough to me.
+ */
+
+/* HARD_REGNO_NREGS_WITH_PADDING(REGNO, MODE)
+ *
+ * ZipCPU ---
+ */
+
+/* REGMODE_NATURAL_SIZE(MODE) -- Define this macro if the natural size of
+ * registers that hold values of mode mode is not the word size. It is a C
+ * expression that should give the natural size in bytes for the specified mode.
+ * It is used by the register allocator to try to optimize its results.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU ---
+ */
+// #define REGMODE_NATURAL_SIZE(MODE) (((MODE)==DImode)?2:1)
+
+/* HARD_REGNO_MODE_OK ... A C expression that is nonzero if it is permissible
+ * to store a value of mode MODE in a hard regsiter number REGNO (or in several
+ * registers starting with that one). For a machine where all registers are
+ * equivalent, a suitable definition is '1'. You need not include code to check
+ * for the numbers of fixed registers, because the allocation mechanism
+ * considered them to be always occupied.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- As long as you are already avoiding the fixed registers, the
+ * suitable default definition mentioned above should be sufficient.
+ */
+#undef HARD_REGNO_MODE_OK
+#define HARD_REGNO_MODE_OK(R,M) 1
+
+/* HARD_REGNO_RENAME_OK(FROM,TO) ... A C expression that is nonzero if it is
+ * okay to rename a hard register FROM to another hard register TO. One common
+ * use of this macro is to prevernt renaming of a register to another register
+ * that is not saved by a prologue in an interrupt handler. The default is
+ * always nonzero.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- The default looks good enough to us.
+ */
+#undef HARD_REGNO_RENAME_OK
+#define HARD_REGNO_RENAME_OK(FROM,TO) ((is_ZIP_GENERAL_REG(FROM))&&(is_ZIP_GENERAL_REG(TO)))
+
+
+/* MODES_TIABLE_P(M1, M2) ... A C expression that is nonzero if a value of mode
+ * M1 is accessible in mode M2 without copying.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- well, that's true for us (although we support scant few modes) ...
+ * so lets' set to one.
+ */
+#define MODES_TIEABLE_P(M1,M2) 1
+
+/* TARGET_HARD_REGNO_SCRATCH_OK(REGNO)
+ * This target hook should return true if it is OK to use a hard register
+ * REGNO has a scratch register in peephole2. One common use of this macro is
+ * to prevent using of a register that is not saved by a prologue in an
+ * interrupt handler. The default version of this hook always returns true.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- the default works for us as well. If you are in an interrupt
+ * context, you have an entirely new set of registers (the supervisor set), so
+ * this is a non-issue.
+ */
+
+/* AVOID_CCMODE_COPIES ... define this macro if the compiler should avoid
+ * copies to/from CCmode register(s). You should only define this macro if
+ * support for copying to/from CCmode is incomplete.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- CCmode register copies work like any other, so we'll keep with the
+ * default definition.
+ */
+
+/* STACK_REGS ... Define this if the machine has any stack-like registers.
+ *
+ * Zip CPU has no stack-like registers, as their definition is different from
+ * the ZipCPU stack pointer register.
+ */
+
+#define ZIP_REG_BYTE_SIZE 1
+
+/* 17.08 Register Classes */
+
+/* enum reg_class ... An enumerate type that must be defined with all the
+ * register class names as enumerated values. NO_REGS must be first. ALL_REGS
+ * must be the last register class, followed by one more enumerated value,
+ * LIM_REG_CLASSES, which is not a register class but rather tells how many
+ * classes there are.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- We'll defined register 0-13 as general registers, 14-15 in
+ * all_regs, and go from there.
+ */
+enum reg_class {
+ NO_REGS, GENERAL_REGS,
+#ifdef DEFINE_USER_REGS
+ USER_REGS,
+#endif
+ ALL_REGS, LIM_REG_CLASSES
+};
+
+/* N_REG_CLASSES ... the number of distinct register classes, defined as follows
+ */
+#define N_REG_CLASSES (int)LIM_REG_CLASSES
+
+/* REG_CLASS_NAMES ... An initializer containing the names of the register
+ * classes as C string constants. These names are used in writing some of the
+ * debugging dumps.
+ */
+#define REG_CLASS_NAMES { "NO_REGS", "GENERAL_REGS", "ALL_REGS" }
+
+/* REG_CLASS_CONTENTS ... An initializer containing the contents of the register
+ * classes, as integerss which are bit masks. The nth integer specifies the
+ * contents of class n. That way the integer mask is interpreted as that
+ * register r is in the class if (mask&(1<<r)) is 1.
+ *
+ * When the machine has more than 32 registers ... that's not us.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- This is straight forward, three register classes, etc.
+ */
+#define REG_CLASS_CONTENTS { { 0x00000}, {0x03fff}, {0x0ffff} }
+
+#ifdef DEFINE_USER_REGS
+#define REG_CLASS_NAMES { "NO_REGS", "GENERAL_REGS", "USER_REGS", "ALL_REGS" }
+#define REG_CLASS_CONTENTS { { 0x00000},{0x03fff},{0x0ffff0000},{0x0ffffffff} }
+#define FIXED_REGISTERS { 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,1,1,1, 1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1 }
+#define CALL_USED_REGISTERS { 0,1,1,1,1,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,1,1,1, 1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1 }
+#endif
+
+/* REGNO_REG_CLASS ... A C expression whose value is a register class
+ * containing hard register REGNO. In general there is more than one such
+ * class; Choose a class which is minimal, meaning that no smaller class also
+ * contains the register.
+ */
+#undef REGNO_REG_CLASS
+#define REGNO_REG_CLASS(R) (is_ZIP_REG(R)?((R<=13)?GENERAL_REGS:ALL_REGS):NO_REGS)
+
+/* BASE_REG_CLASS ... A macro whose definition is the name of the class to which
+ * a valid base register must belong. A base register is one used in an address
+ * which is the register value plus a displacement.
+ */
+#undef BASE_REG_CLASS
+#define BASE_REG_CLASS GENERAL_REGS
+
+/* MODE_BASE_CLASS(MODE) ... This is a variation of the BASE_REG_CLASS macro
+ * which allows the selection of a bse register in a mode dependent manner. If
+ * mode is VOIDmode then it should return the same value as BASE_REG_CLASS.
+ */
+#undef MODE_BASE_CLASS
+#define MODE_BASE_CLASS(MODE) GENERAL_REGS
+
+/* MODE_BASE_REG_REG_CLASS(MODE) ... A C expression whose value is the register
+ * class to which a valid base register must belong in order to be used in a
+ * base plus index register address. You should define this macro if base plus
+ * index addresses have different requirements than other base register uses.
+ *
+ * Zip CPU does not support the base plus index addressing mode, thus ...
+ */
+#undef MODE_BASE_REG_REG_CLASS
+#define MODE_BASE_REG_REG_CLASS(MODE) NO_REGS
+
+/* INDEX_REG_CLASS ... A macro whose definition is the name of the class to
+ * which a valid index register must belong. An index register is one used in
+ * an address where its value is either multiplied by a scale factor or added
+ * to another register (as well as added to a displacement).
+ *
+ * ZipCPU -- Has no index registers.
+ */
+#undef INDEX_REG_CLASS
+#define INDEX_REG_CLASS NO_REGS
+
+/* REGNO_OK_FOR_BASE_P(NUM) ... A C expression which is nonzero if register
+ * number num is suitable for use as a base register in operand addresses.
+ */
+#undef REGNO_OK_FOR_BASE_P
+#ifdef DEFINE_USER_REGS
+# define REGNO_OK_FOR_BASE_P(NUM) ((NUM != zip_CC)&&(NUM < 16))
+#else
+# define REGNO_OK_FOR_BASE_P(NUM) (NUM != zip_CC)
+#endif
+
+/* REGNO_MODE_OK_FOR_BASE_P ... A C expressison that is just like
+ * REGNO_OK_FOR_BASE_P, except that that expression may examine the mode of the
+ * memory refgerence in MODE. You should define this macro if the mode of the
+ * memory reference affects whether a register may be used as a base register.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- the mode doesn't affect anything, so we don't define this.
+ */
+
+/* REGNO_MODE_OK_FOR_REG_BASE_P(NUM, MODE) ... base plus index operand
+ * addresses, accessing memory in mode mode.
+ *
+ * Use of this macro is deprecated.
+ */
+
+/* REGNO_MODE_CODE_OK_FRO_BASE_P(N,M,AS,OC,IC) ... A C expression which is
+ * nonzero if a register number N is suitable for use as a base register in
+ * operand addresses, accessing memory in mode M in address space AS. This is
+ * similar to REGNO_MODE_OK_FOR_BASE_P, except that the expression may examine
+ * the context in which the register appears in the memory reference.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---We aren't specific in how we use our registers.
+ */
+#define REGNO_MODE_CODE_OK_FOR_BASE_P(N,M,AS,OC,IC) REGNO_OK_FOR_BASE_P(N)
+
+/* REGNO_OK_FOR_INDEX_P(REGNO) ... A C expression which is nonzero if register
+ * num is suitable for use as an index register in opernad addressess. It may
+ * be either a suitable hard register or a pseudo register that has been
+ * allocated usch as a hard register.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU has no index registers, therefore we declare this to be zero.
+ */
+#undef REGNO_OK_FOR_INDEX_P
+#define REGNO_OK_FOR_INDEX_P(REGNO) 0
+
+/* TARGET_PREFERRED_RENAME_CLASS(RCLASS) ... A target hook that places
+ * additional preference on the register class to use when it is necessary to
+ * rename a register in class RCLASS to another class, or perhaps NO_REGS, if no
+ * preferred register class is found or hook preferred_rename_class is not
+ * implemented. SOmething returning a more restrictive class makes better code.
+ * For example, on ARM, thumb-2 instructions using LO_REGS may be smaller than
+ * instructions using GENERIC_REGS. By returning LO_REGS from
+ * preferred_rename_class, code size can be reduced.
+ */
+// #undef TARGET_PREFERRED_RENAME_CLASS
+// #define TARGET_PREFERRED_RENAME_CLASS(RCLASS) RCLASS
+
+/* TARGET_PREFERRED_RELOAD_CLASS(X,RC) ... A target hook that places additional
+ * restri tions on the register class to use when it is necessary to copy value
+ * X into a register in class RC. The value is a register class; rehaps RC, or
+ * perhaps a smaller class.
+ *
+ * The default fversion of this hook always returns value of RC argument, which
+ * sounds quite appropriate for the ZipCPU.
+ */
+
+/* PREFERRED_RELOAD_CLASS(X,CLASS) ... A C expression that places additional
+ * restrictions on the register class to use when it is necessary to copy
+ * value X into a register in class CLASS. On many machines, the following
+ * definition is safe: PREFERRED_RELOAD_CLASS(X,CLASS) (CLASS)
+ * Sometimes returning a more restrictive class makes better code. For example,
+ * on the 68k, when x is an integer constant that is in range for a moveq
+ * instruction, the value of this macro is always DATA_REGS as long as CLASS
+ * includes the data registers. Requiring a Ddata register guarantees that a
+ * 'moveq' will be used.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- you can't load certain values into all members of ALL_REGS. For
+ * example, loading (sleep and !gie) into the CC register could halt the CPU.
+ * Hence, we only allow loads into the GENERAL_REG class.
+ */
+#define PREFERRED_RELOAD_CLASS(X, CLASS) GENERAL_REGS
+
+/* TARGET_PREFERRED_OUTPUT_RELOAD_CLASS(RTX,RCLASS) ... Like TARGET_PREFERRED_..
+ * RELOAD_CLASS, but for output instead of input reloads.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- there's gotta be a valid default behaviour for this.
+ */
+
+/* LIMIT_RELOAD_CLASS(MODE, CL) ...
+ *
+ * Don't define this macro unless the target machine has limitations which
+ * require the macro to do something nontrivial. ZipCPU doesn't, so we won't.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_SECONDARY_RELOAD
+ * SECONDARY_ ...
+ * Don't think we need these ...
+ */
+
+/* CLASS_MAX_NREGS(CLASS,MODE) ... A C expression for the maximum number of
+ * consecutive registers of class CLASS needed to hold a value of mode MODE.
+ *
+ * This is closely related to the macro HARD_REGNO_NREGS. In fact, the value
+ * of the macro CLASS_MAX_REGS(CL,M) should be the maximum value of
+ * HARD_REGNO_NREGS(REGNO,MODE) for all REGNO values in the class CLASS.
+ *
+ * This macro helps control the handling of multiple word values in the reload
+ * pass.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- We'll just use HARDNO_REGNO_NREGS, since CLASS is independent for
+ * us. We'll also choose register R0, since ... well, since it simply doesn't
+ * matter. (HARD_REGNO_NREGS ignores this anyway)
+ */
+#define CLASS_MAX_NREGS(CLASS, MODE) HARD_REGNO_NREGS(0,MODE)
+
+/* CANNOT_CHANGE_MODE_CLASS
+ * ???
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_IRA_CHANGE_PSEUDO_ALLOCNO_CLASS
+ */
+
+/* TARRGET_LRA_P
+ * Default looks good.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_REGISTER_PRIORITY(INT) ... A target hook which returns the register
+ * priority number to which the register HARD_REGNO belongs to. THe bigger the
+ * number
+ *
+ * The default version of this target hook returns always zero---good enough for
+ * the ZipCPU.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_REGISTER_USAGE_LEVELING_P(VOID) ... A target hook which returns true
+ * if we need register usage leveling. That means if a few hard registers are
+ * equally good for the assignment, we choose the least used hard register. The
+ * register usage leveling may be profitable for some targets. Don't use usage
+ * leveling for targets with conditional execution or targets with big register
+ * files as it hurts if-conversion and cross-jumping optimizations. The default
+ * version of this target hook returns always false.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- Default is the right answer.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_DIFFERENT_ADDR_DISPLACEMENT_P ...
+ * Default looks good.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_CANNOT_SUBSTITUTE_MEM_EQUIV_P ...
+ * Default looks good.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_LEGITIMIZE_ADDRESS_DISPLACEMENT ....
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_SPILL_CLASS
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- If we were running in supervisor mode only, this might be the
+ * user set of registers. However, we're not building for that mode (now),
+ * so we'll leave this at the default of NO_REGS.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_CSTORE_MODE(ICODE) ... Defines the machine mode to use for the
+ * boolean result of conditional store patterns. The OCIDE argument is the
+ * instruction code for the cstore being performed. Not defining this hook is
+ * the same as accepting the mode encoded into operand 0 of the cstore expander
+ * patterns.
+ *
+ * ??? ZipCPU --- I don't follow this documentation. We'll leave this at the
+ * default therefore.
+ */
+
+/* 17.09 Stack Layout and Calling Conventions */
+
+
+/* STACK_GROWS_DOWNWARD ... Define this macro if pushing a word onto the stack
+ * moves the stack pointer to a smaller address, and false otherwise.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU ... well, our stack does grow downward, but it doesn't do so auto-
+ * magically. We have to move the stack pointer ourselves. However, since this
+ * is our convention, we'll define it as such.
+ */
+#undef STACK_GROWS_DOWNWARD
+#define STACK_GROWS_DOWNWARD 1
+
+/* STACK_PUSH_CODE ... This macro defines the operation used when something is
+ * pushed on the stack. In RTL, a push operation will be
+ * (set (mem( STACK_PUSH_CODE(reg sp))) ...) The choiecs are PRE_DEC, POST_DEC,
+ * PRE_INC, and POST_INC. Which of these is correct depends on the stack
+ * direction and on whether the stack pointer points to the last item on the
+ * stack or whether it points to the space for the next item on the stack.
+ * The default is PRE_DECC when STACK_GROWS_DOWNWARD is true, which is almost
+ * always right, and PRE_INC otherwise, which is often wrong.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- None of these is right, so let's leave this at the default and
+ * see how badly we get mangled. In particular, ZipCPU doesn't have any of the
+ * PRE_DEC, POST_DEC, PRE_INC, or POST_INC addressing modes used here.
+ */
+
+/* FRAME_GROWS_DOWNWARD ... Define this macro to nonzero if the addresses of
+ * local variable slots are at negative offsets from the frame pointer.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- If the frame pointer is defined as the stack pointer upon the
+ * start of function execution, and that stack pointer grows downward, than
+ * this should be the case as well.
+ */
+#undef FRAME_GROWS_DOWNWARD
+#define FRAME_GROWS_DOWNWARD 1
+// #define FRAME_GROWS_DOWNWARD 0 // This was ECO32's value
+
+
+/* ARGS_GROW_DOWNWARD ... Define this macro if successive arguments to a
+ * function occupy decreasing addresses on the stack.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU -- we can leave this up to the compiler's preferred implementation,
+ * it is of no consequence to the hardware.
+ */
+
+/* STARTING_FRAME_OFFSET ... Offset from the frame pointer to the first local
+ * variable slot to be allocated. If FRAME_GROWS_DOWNWARD, find the next slot's
+ * offset by subtracting the firstt slot's length from STARTING_FRAME_OFFSET.
+ * Otherwise it is found by adding the length of the first slot to the value
+ * START_FRAME_OFFSET.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- I'm not certain on this, let's come back after we look at how
+ * the code is getting generated. However, the ECO32 code I am copying from
+ * suggests that 0 is the right value, so we'll use that here.
+ */
+// #warning "Re-evaluate me"
+#define STARTING_FRAME_OFFSET 0
+
+/* STACK_ALIGNMENT_NEEDED ... Define to zero to disable final alignment of the
+ * stack during reload. The nonzero default for this macro is suitable for most
+ * ports.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- we'll leave this at the default, although if any alignment code
+ * shows up on the stack we may need to adjust it.
+ */
+
+/* STACK_POINTER_OFFSET ... Offset from the SP register to the first location at
+ * which outgoing arguments are placed. If not specified, the default value
+ * of zero is used. This is the proper value for most machines.
+ */
+#define STACK_POINTER_OFFSET 0
+
+/* FIRST_PARM_OFFSET ... Offset from the argument pointer register to the first
+ * argument's address. On some machines it may depend on the data type of the
+ * function.
+ */
+#define FIRST_PARM_OFFSET(F) 0
+
+/* STACK_DYNAMIC_OFFSET(F) ... Offset from the stack pointer register to an item
+ * dynamically allocated on the stack, e.g., by alloca. The default value for
+ * this macro is STACK_POINTER_OFFSET plus the length of the outgoing arguments.
+ * The default is correct for most machines, ...
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- so we'll use it for the ZipCPU.
+ */
+
+/* INITIAL_FRAME_ADDRESS_RTX ... A C expression whose value is RTL representing
+ * the address of the initial stack frame. This address is passed to
+ * RETURN_ADDR_RTX and DYNAMIC_CHAIN_ADDRESS. If you don't define this macro,
+ * a reasonable default value will be used. Define this macro in order to make
+ * frame pointer elimination work in the presence of __builtin_frame_address(C)
+ * and __builtin_return_address(C) for (C) not equal to zero.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- Let's try the reasonable default and see what happens.
+ */
+
+/* SETUP_FRAME_ADDRESSES ... A C expression that produces the machine-specific
+ * code to setup the stack so that arbitrary frames can be accessed. For
+ * example, on the SPARC, we must flush all of the register windows to the stack
+ * before we can access arbitrary stack frames. You will seldom need to define
+ * this macro. The default is to do nothing.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- which is what we shall do here.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_BUILTIN_SETJMP_FRAME_VALUE(VOID) ... This target hook should return
+ * an RTX that is used to store the address of the current frame into the
+ * builtin setjmp buffer. The default value, virtual_stack_vars_rtx, is correct
+ * for most machines. One reason you may need to define this target hook is if
+ * hard_frame_pointer_rtx is the appropriate value on your machine.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- leave this undefined, since the default value should be correct
+ * for "most" machines.
+ */
+
+/* FRAME_ADDR_RTX ... most machines do not need to define it.
+ */
+
+/* RETURN_ADDR_RTX(COUNT,FRAMEADDR) ... A C expression whose value is RTL
+ * representing the value of the return address for the frame COUNT steps up
+ * from the current frame, after the prologue. FRAMEADDR is the frame pointer
+ * of the COUNT frame, or the frame pointer of the COUNT-1 frame if
+ * RETURN_ADDR_IN_PREVIOUS_FRAME is nonzero. The value of the expression must
+ * always be the correct address when COUNT is nonzero, but may be NULL_RTX if
+ * there is no way to determine the return address of other frames.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- I have no idea how we'd do this, so let's just return NULL_RTX.
+ */
+#undef RETURN_ADDR_RTX
+#define RETURN_ADDR_RTX(COUNT,FRAMEADDR) NULL_RTX
+
+/* RETURN_ADDR_IN_PREVIOUS_FRAME ... Define this macro to nonzero value if the
+ * return address of a particular stack frame is accessed from the frame pointer
+ * of the previous stack frame. The zero default for this macro is suitable
+ * for most ports.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---Default works here as well.
+ */
+
+/* INCOMING_RETURN_ADDR_RTX ... A C expression whose value is RTL representing
+ * the location of the incoming return address at the beginning of any function,
+ * before the prologue. This RTL is either a REG, indicating that the return
+ * value is saved in 'REG', or a MEM representing the location in the stack.
+ * If this RTL is a REG, you should define DWARF_RETURN_COLUMN to
+ * DWARF_FRAME_REGNUM(REGNO).
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- While our incoming return address could theoretically be in any
+ * register, our machine description file is going to place it into register
+ * R0, so that's what we return here.
+ */
+#undef INCOMING_RETURN_ADDR_RTX
+#define INCOMING_RETURN_ADDR_RTX gen_rtx_REG(SImode, zip_R0)
+
+
+/* DWARF_ALT_FRAME_RETURN_COLUMN
+ */
+
+/* DWARF_ZERO_REG ... A C exrpession whose value is an integer giving a DWARF2
+ * register number that is considered to always have the value zero. This
+ * should only be defined if the target has an architected zero register (ZipCPU
+ * does not), and someone decided it was a good idea to use that register number
+ * to terminate the stack backtrace. New ports should avoid this (so the
+ * ZipCPU port will avoid it as well).
+ *
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_DWARF_HANDLE_FRAME_UNSPEC
+ */
+
+/* INCOMING_FRAME_SP_OFFSET
+ */
+#define INCOMING_FRAME_SP_OFFSET 0
+
+/* ARG_POINTER_CFA_OFFSET
+ */
+
+/* FRAME_POINTER_CFA_OFFSET
+ */
+
+/* CFA_FRAME_BASE_OFFSET
+ */
+
+/* 17.09.02 Exception handling support */
+
+/* EH_RETURN_DATA_REGNO(N) ... A C expression whose value is the Nth register
+ * number used for data by exception handlers, or INVALID_REGNUM if fewer than
+ * N registers are usable. The exception handling library routines communicate
+ * with the exception handlers via a set of agreed upon registers. Ideally
+ * these registers should be call clobbered; it is possible to use call-saved
+ * registers, but may negatively impact code size. The target must support at
+ * least 2 data registers, but should define 4 if their are enough free
+ * registers.
+ *
+ * You must define this macro if you want to support call frame exception
+ * handling like that provided by DWARF 2.
+ */
+#define EH_RETURN_DATA_REGNO(N) (((N<ZIP_FIRST_ARG_REGNO)||(N>ZIP_LAST_ARG_REGNO))?(N-1):INVALID_REGNUM)
+
+/* EH_RETURN_STACKADJ_RTX ... A C expression whose value is RTL representing
+ * a location in which to store a stack adjustment to be applied before function
+ * return. This is used to unwind the stack to an exception handler's call
+ * frame. It will be assigned zero on code paths that return normally.
+ *
+ * Do not define this macro if the stack pointer is saved and restored by the
+ * regular prolog and epilog code in the call frame itself (which it is for the
+ * ZipCPU); in this case, the exception handling library routines will update
+ * the stack location to be restored in place. Otherwise, you must define this
+ * macro if you want to support call frame exception handling like that provided
+ * by DWARF 2.
+ *
+ */
+
+/* EH_RETURN_HANDLER_RTX ... A C expression whose value is RTL representing a
+ * location in which to store the address of an exception handler to which we
+ * should return. It will not be assigned on code paths that return normally.
+ *
+ * Typcally this is the location in the call frame at which the normal return
+ * address is stored. For targets that return by popping an address of the
+ * stack, this might be a memory address just below the target callf rame
+ * rather than inside the current call frame. If defined,
+ * EH_RETURN_STACKADJ_RTX will have already been assigned, so it may be used
+ * to calculate the location of the target call frame.
+ *
+ * If you want to support call frame exception handling, you must define either
+ * this macro or the eh_return instruction pattern.
+ */
+// #warning "I don't know what to do here."
+
+/*
+ *
+ *
+ *
+ * REST OF SECTION SKIPPED ...
+ *
+ *
+ *
+ */
+
+/* 17.09.03 Specifying how stack checking is done */
+
+/* STACK_CHECK_BUILTIN ... a non-zero value if stack checking is done by the
+ * configuration files in a machine-dependent manner. You should define this
+ * macro if stack checking is required by the ABI of your machine or if you
+ * would like to do stack checking in some more efficient way than the generic
+ * appraoch. The default value of this macro is zero.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- The default makes sense for us.
+ */
+// #define STACK_CHECK_BUILTIN 0
+
+/* STACK_CHECK_STATIC_BUILTIN ... A nonzero value if static stack checking is
+ * done by the configuration files in a machine-dependent manner. You should
+ * define this macro if you would like to do static stack checking in some more
+ * efficient way than the generic approach. The default value of this macro
+ * is zero.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- The default makes sense for us.
+ */
+
+/* STACK_CHECK_PROBE_INTERVAL_EXP ... An integer specifying the interval at
+ * which GCC must generate stack probe instructions, defined as 2 raised to this
+ * interval. You will normally define this macro so that the interval is no
+ * larger than the size of the "guard pages" at the end of a stack area. The
+ * default value of 12 (4096-byte interval) is suitable for most systems.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- Default.
+ */
+
+/* STACK_CHECK_MOVING_SP ... An integer which is non-zero if GCC should move
+ * the stack pointer page by page when doing probes. This can be necessary
+ * on systems where the stack pointer contains the bottom address of the memory
+ * area accessible to the executing thread at any point in time. In this
+ * situation, an alternate signal stack is required in order to be able to
+ * recover from a stack overflow. The default value of this macro is zero.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU -- Default.
+ */
+
+/* STACK_CHECK_PROTECT
+ */
+/* STACK_CHECK_MAX_FRAME_SIZE
+ * ... you should normally not change the default value of this macro.
+ */
+/* STACK_CHECK_FIXED_FRAME_SIZE
+ * ... you ... will normally use the default of four words.
+ */
+
+/* STACK_CHECK_MAX_VAR_SIZE
+ * ... you will normally not need to override that default.
+ */
+
+/* 17.09.04 Registers that Address the Stack Frame*/
+
+/* STACK_POINTER_REGNUM ... The register number of the stack pointer register,
+ * which must also be a fixed register according to FIXED_REGISTERS. On most
+ * machines, the hardware determines which register this is.
+ */
+#undef STACK_POINTER_REGNUM
+#define STACK_POINTER_REGNUM zip_SP
+
+/* FRAME_POINTER_REGNUM ... The register number of the frame pointer register,
+ * which is used to access certain automatic variables in the stack frame. On
+ * some machines, the hardware determines which register this is. On other
+ * machines you can choose any register you wish for this purpose.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- While I'd like to dump this pointer, since I don't really see
+ * a need for it, alloca() requires it. Therefore let's assine a register to
+ * this purpose and watch what the compiler does with it.
+ */
+#define FRAME_POINTER_REGNUM zip_FP
+
+/* HARD_FRAME_POINTER_REGNUM ... On some machines the offset between the frame
+ * pointer and starting offset of the automatic variables is not known until
+ * after register allocation has been done (for example, because the saved
+ * registers are between these two locations). On those machines, define
+ * FRAME_POINTER_REGNUM the number of a special, fixed register to be used
+ * internally until the offset is known, and define HARD_FRAME_POINTER_REGNUM
+ * to be the actual hard register number used for the frame pointer.
+ *
+ * Do not define this macro if it would be the same as FRAME_POINTER_REGNUM
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- we do not define this macro.
+ */
+//#define HARD_FRAME_POINTER_REGNUM zip_FP
+
+/* ARG_POINTER_REGNUM ... The register number of the arg pointer register, which
+ * is used to access the function's argument list. On some machines, this is
+ * the same as the frame pointer register. On some machines, the hardware
+ * determines which register this is. On other machines, you can choose any
+ * register you wish for this purpose. If this is not the same register as the
+ * frame pointer register, then you must mark it as a fixed register according
+ * to FIXED_REGISTERs, or arrange to be able to eliminate it.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- We really don't want to lose another register to something
+ * pointless, so let's set this to be the frame pointer register. Especially
+ * given the ZipCPU's ease of accessing things via offsets of registers, this
+ * should work for a rather large stack frame.
+ */
+#define ARG_POINTER_REGNUM zip_FP
+
+/* HARD_FRAME_POINTER_IS_FRAME_POINTER ... define this to be a preprocessor
+ * constant that is nonzero if hard_frame_pointer_rtx and frame_pointer_rtx
+ * should be the same. The default definition is sufficient for us.
+ */
+
+/* HARD_FRAME_POINTER_IS_ARG_POINTER ...
+ * ZipCPU doesn't need this macro
+ */
+
+/* RETURN_ADDRESS_POINTER_REGNUM ... The register number of the return address
+ * pointer register, which is used to access the current function's return
+ * address from the stack. On some machines, the return address is not at a
+ * fixed offset from the frame pointer or stack pointer or argument pointer.
+ * This register can be defined to point to the return address on the stack, and
+ * then to be converted by ELIMINABLE_REGS into either the frame pointer or the
+ * stack pointer.
+ *
+ * Do not define this macro unless there is no other way to get the return
+ * address from the stack.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---we need this.
+ */
+#define RETURN_ADDRESS_REGNUM zip_R0
+
+
+/* STATIC_CHAIN_REGNUM ... Register numbers used for passing a function's
+ * static chain pointer. If register windows are used, the register number as
+ * seen by the called function is STATIC_CHAIN_INCOMING_REGNUM, while the
+ * register number as seen by the calling function is STATIC_CHAIN_REGNUM. If
+ * these register are the same, STATIC_CHAIN_INCOMING_REGNUM need not be
+ * defined.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU doesn't have register windows, so we don't need to define this.
+ */
+// #warning "I have no reason to believe this will even work"
+#define STATIC_CHAIN_REGNUM zip_GOT
+
+/* TARGET_STATIC_CHAIN ... This hook replaces the use of STATIC_CHAIN_REGNUM et
+ * al for targets that may use different static chain locations for different
+ * nested functions. This may be required if the target has function attributes
+ * that affect the calling conventions of the function and those calling
+ * conventions use different static chain locations.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- don't need this.
+ */
+// #define STATIC_CHAIN_REGNUM zip_R11
+
+
+/* DWARF_FRAME_REGISTERS ... This macro specifies the maximum number of hard
+ * registers that can be saved in a call frame. This is used to size data
+ * structures used in DWARF2 exception handling.
+ *
+ * Prior to GCC 3.0, this macro was needed in order to establish a stable
+ * exception handling ABI in the face of adding new hard registers for ISA
+ * extensions. In GCC 3.0 and later, the EH ABI is insulated from changes in
+ * the number of hard registers. Nevertheless, this macro can still be used to
+ * reduce the runtime memory requirements of the exception handling routines,
+ * which can be substantial if the ISA contains a lot of registers that are not
+ * call-saved.
+ *
+ * If this macro is not defined, it defaults to FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- The default is not sufficient. The CC and PC registers need to
+ * be saved and examined as well in any debug/exception context. Hence, we
+ * define this to be all of our registers.
+ */
+#undef DWARF_FRAME_REGISTERS
+#define DWARF_FRAME_REGISTERS 16
+
+/* PRE_GCC3_DWARF_FRAME_REGISTERS ... This macro is similar to DWARF_FRAME_REG..
+ * but is provided for backward compatibility in pre GCC 3.0 compiled code.
+ *
+ * If not defined, it defaults to DWARF_FRAME_REGISTERS---which is perfect for
+ * the ZipCPU.
+ */
+
+/* DWARF_REG_TO_UNWIND_COLUMN(REGNO) ... Define this macro if the target's
+ * representation for dwarf registers is different than the internal
+ * representation for unwind column. Given a dwarf register, this macro should
+ * return the unwind column number to use instead.
+ *
+ * ... ???
+ */
+
+/* DWARF_FRAME_REGNUM(REGNO) ... Define this macro is the target's
+ * representation for dwarf registers used in .eh_frame or .debug_frame is
+ * different from that used in other debug info sections. Given a GCC hard
+ * register number, this macro should return the .eh_frame register number.
+ * The default is DBX_REGISTER_NUMBER(REGNO).
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- provided we define DBX_REGISTER_NUMBER(REGNO) well, this default
+ * should still work for us.
+ */
+
+/* DWARF2_FRAME_REG_OUT(REGNO, FOR_EH) ... Define this macro to map register
+ * numbers held in the call frame info that GCC has collected using
+ * DWARF_FRAME_REGNO to those that should be output in .debug_frame (for_eh is
+ * zero) and .eh_frame (for_eh is non-zero). The default is to return REGNO.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- Default is good enough.
+ */
+
+/* REG_VALUE_IN_UNWIND_CONTEXT ... Define this macro if the target stores
+ * register values as _Unwind_Word type in unwind context. It should be defined
+ * if target register size is larger than the size of void *. The default
+ * is to store register values as void *type.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- Default is what we need.
+ */
+
+/* ASSUME_EXTENDED_UNWIND_CONTEXT ... Define this macro to be 1 if the target
+ * always uses extended unwind context with version, args_size, and by_value
+ * fields. If it is undefined, it will always be defined to 1 when REG_VALUE_IN_UNWIND_CONTEXT is defined and 0 otherwise.
+ *
+ */
+
+
+/* 17.09.05 Eliminating Frame Pointer and Arg Pointer */
+
+/* TARGET_FRAME_POINTER_REQUIRED(VOID) ... This target hook should return true
+ * if a function must have and use a frame pointer. This target hook is
+ * called in the reload pass. If its return value is true, the function will
+ * have a frame pointer.
+ *
+ * This target hook can in principle examine the current function and decide
+ * according to the facts, but on most machines the constant false or the
+ * constant true suffices. Use false when the machine allows code to be
+ * generated with no frame pointer, and doing so saves some time or space.
+ * Use true when there is no possible advantage to avoiding a frame pointer.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---if we add in a frame pointer, we become register starved. Hence,
+ * we'll treat this as a constant false--which is also the default value.
+ */
+#define target_frame_pointer_required zip_frame_pointer_required
+
+/* INITIAL_FRAME_POINTER_OFFSET ... A C statement to store in the variable
+ * depth-var the difference between the frame pointer and the stack pointer
+ * values immediately after the function prologue. The value would be computed
+ * from information such as the result of get_frame_size() and the tables of
+ * registers regs_ever_live and call_used_regs.
+ *
+ * If ELIMINABLE_REGS is defined, this macro will not be used and need not be
+ * defined. Otherwise, it must be defined even if TARGET_FRAME_POINTER_REQD
+ * always returns true; in that case you may set depth-var to anything.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- we intend to set ELIMINABLE_REGS, so this is not necessary.
+ */
+// #define INITIAL_FRAME_POINTER_OFFSET(DEPTH) (DEPTH) = 0
+
+
+/* ELIMINABLE_REGS ... If defined, this macro specifies a table of register
+ * pairs used to eliminate unneeded registers that point into the stack frame.
+ * If it is not defined, the only elimination attempted by the compiler is to
+ * replace references to the frame pointer with references to the stack pointer.
+ *
+ * On some machines, the position of the argument pointer is not known until
+ * the compilation is completed. In such a case, a separate hard register
+ * must be used for the argument pointer. This register can be eliminated by
+ * replacing it with either the frame pointer or the argument pointer,
+ * depending on whether or not the frame pointer has been eliminated.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU we'll take their suggestion and define this as:
+ */
+#undef ELIMINABLE_REGS
+#define ELIMINABLE_REGS \
+ {{ ARG_POINTER_REGNUM, STACK_POINTER_REGNUM }, \
+ { ARG_POINTER_REGNUM, FRAME_POINTER_REGNUM }, \
+ { FRAME_POINTER_REGNUM, STACK_POINTER_REGNUM}}
+
+/* bool TARGET_CAN_ELIMINATE(FROM,TO) ... This target function should return
+ * true if the compiler is allowed to try to replace register number FROM with
+ * register number TO. This target hook need only be defined if ELIMINABLE_REGS
+ * is defined, and will usually return true since most of the cases preventing
+ * register elimination are things that the compiler already knows about.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU ... does the compiler know about my decision as to whether or not
+ * the frame pointer was needed? The m68k code suggests it does not ...
+ */
+#define TARGET_CAN_ELIMINATE zip_can_eliminate
+
+/* INITIAL_ELIMINATION_OFFSET(FROM, TO, OFFSET) ... This macro is similar to
+ * INITIAL_FRAME_POINTER_OFFSET. It specifies the initial difference between
+ * the specified pair of registers. This macro must be defined if
+ * ELIMINABLE_REGS is defined.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---Is there a default we can use?
+ */
+#define INITIAL_ELIMINATION_OFFSET(FROM, TO, OFFSET) (OFFSET)=0
+/*
+#define INITIAL_ELIMINATION_OFFSET(FROM, TO, OFFSET) \
+ do { (OFFSET) = zip_initial_elimination_offset((FROM), (TO)); } \
+ while(0) \
+*/
+
+/* 17.09.06 Passing function arguments on the stack */
+
+/* TARGET_PROMOTE_PROTOTYPES ... Returns true if an argument declared in a
+ * prototype as an integral type smaller than int should actually be
+ * passed as an int. In addition to avoiding errors in certain cases of
+ * mismatch, it also makes for better code on certain machines. The default is
+ * to not promote prototypes.
+ *
+ * Since everything is an int on the ZipCPU, let's promote anything smaller
+ * (which should still be an int) up to an int anyway.
+ */
+#undef TARGET_PROMOTE_PROTOTYPES
+#define TARGET_PROMOTE_PROTOTYPES hook_bool_const_tree_true
+
+/* PUSH_ARGS ... A C expression. If nonzero, push instructions will be used to
+ * pass outgoing arguments. If the target machine does not have a push
+ * instruction, set it to zero. That directs GCC to use an alternate strategy:
+ * to allocate the entire argument block and then store the arguments into it.
+ * When PUSH_ARGS is nonzero, PUSH_ROUNDING must be defined too.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU does not have a push instruction, so we set this to zero.
+ */
+#undef PUSH_ARGS
+#define PUSH_ARGS 0
+
+/* PUSH_ARGS_REVERSED ... A C expression. If nonzero, function arguments will
+ * be evaluated last to first, rather than first to last. If this macro is
+ * not defined, it defaults to PUSH_ARGS on targets where the stack and args
+ * grow in opposite directions, and zero otherwise.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---Let's evaluate our arguments first to last.
+ */
+#define PUSH_ARGS_REVERSED 1
+
+/* PUSH_ROUNDING(NPUSHED) ... A C expression that is the number of bytes
+ * actually pushed onto the stack when an instruction attempts to push
+ * (NPUSHED) bytes.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---We cannot push bytes. Let's leave this undefined and see what
+ * happens.
+ */
+// #warning "No appropriate definition seemed right."
+
+/* ACCUMULATE_OUTGOING_ARGS ... A C expression. If non-zero, the maximum amount
+ * of space required for outgoing arguments will be computed and placed into
+ * crtl->outgoing_args_size. No space will be pushed onto the stack for each call; instead the function prologue should increase the stack frame size by this
+ * amount.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---This is *cool* and so necessary---it saves an extra two instructions
+ * each time we try to call a function/routine. Yes, we want and *need* this
+ * for good performance. I mean, think of it, free performance increase? Who
+ * could argue with that?
+ */
+#undef ACCUMULATE_OUTGOING_ARGS
+#define ACCUMULATE_OUTGOING_ARGS 1
+
+
+/* REG_PARM_STACK_SPACCE(FN) ... Define this macro if functions should assume
+ * that stack space has been allocated for arguments even when their values
+ * are passed in registers. The value of this macro is the size, in bytes, of
+ * the area reserved for arguments passed in registers for the function
+ * represented by FN, which can be zero if GCC is calling a library function.
+ * The argument FN can be the FUNCTION_DECL, or the type itself of the function.
+ *
+ * This space can be allocated by the caller, or be part of the machine
+ * dependent stack frame: OUTGOING_REG_PARM_STACK_SPACE says which.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- Why allocate space you won't use? Let's leave this undefined
+ * therefore.
+ */
+// #undef REG_PARM_STACK_SPACE
+
+
+
+/* INCOMING_REG_PARM_STACK_SPACE(FN) ... Like REG_PARM_STACK_SPACE, but for
+ * incoming register arguments. Define this macro if space guaranteed when
+ * compiling a function body is different to space required when making a call,
+ * a situation that can arise with K&R style function definitions.
+ *
+ */
+
+/* OUTGOING_REG_PARM_STACK_SPACE(FN) ... Define this to a nonzero value if it
+ * is the responsibility of the caller to allocate the area reserved for
+ * arguments passed in registers when calling a function of FN. FN may be NULL
+ * if the function called is a library function.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---Why allocate space you don't need?
+ */
+#define OUTGOING_REG_PARM_STACK_SPACE(FNTYPE) 0
+
+
+/* STACK_PARMS_IN_REG_PARM_AREA ... Define this macro if REG_PARM_STACK_SPACE
+ * is defined, buyt the stack parameters don't skip the area specified by it.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---We didn't define REG_PARM_STACK_SPACE, so we won't define this.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_RETURN_POPS_ARGS(DECL,FNTYPE,SZ) ... This target hook returns the
+ * number of bytes of its own arguments that a function pops on returning, or 0
+ * if the function pops no arguments and the caller must therefore pop them all
+ * after the function returns.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- If we define this, we'll lose our gain from
+ * ACCUMULATE_OUTOING_ARGS. Thus, we leave this undefined.
+ */
+
+/* CALL_POPS_ARGS(CUM) ... A C expression that should indicate the number of
+ * bytes a call sequence pops off of the stack. It is added to the value of
+ * RETURN_POPS_ARGS when compiling a function call. CUM is the variable in
+ * which all arguments to the function have been accumulated.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---The call sequence, by itself, doesn't touch the stack. Therefore
+ * this is zero.
+ */
+#undef CALL_POPS_ARGS
+#define CALL_POPS_ARGS(CUM) 0
+
+
+/* 17.09.07 Passing arguments in registers */
+
+/* TARGET_FUNCTION_ARG ... Return an RTX indicating whether a function argument
+ * is passed in a register, and if so, which register.
+ */
+/*
+ * This has been poisoned ... so let's not define it anymore and look for
+ * a better way to do this ...
+ *
+ * #define FUNCTION_ARG(CUM, MODE, TYPE, NAMED) (((NAMED) == 0) ? NULL_RTX
+ * : targetm.calls.must_pass_in_stack(MODE, TYPE) ? NULL_RTX
+ * : (CUM) > ZIP_LAST_ARG_REGNO ? NULL_RTX
+ * : gen_rtx_REG(MODE, CUM))
+ */
+#define TARGET_FUNCTION_ARG zip_function_arg
+
+
+/* TARGET_MUST_PASS_IN_STACK ...
+ */
+// #undef TARGET_MUST_PASS_IN_STACK
+// #define TARGET_MUST_PASS_IN_STACK zip_must_pass_in_stack
+
+/* TARGET_FUNCTION_INCOMING_ARG ... Define this hook if the target machine
+ * has register windows, ... which ZipCPU does not have.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_USE_PSEUDO_PIC_REG(void) ... This hook should return 1 in case
+ * pseudo register should be created for pic_offset_table_rtx during function
+ * expand.
+ *
+ * This should be defined by global parameters, isn't it?
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_INIT_PIC_REG(v) ... Perform a target dependent initialization of
+ * pic_offset_table_rtx. This hook is called at the start of register
+ * allocation.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---Let's revisit this.
+ */
+// #warning "Come back and relook at relocations"
+
+/* TARGET_ARG_PARTIAL_BYTES ... This target hook returns the number of bytes
+ * at the beginning of an argument that must be put in registers. The value
+ * must be zero for arguments that are passed entirely in registers or that
+ * are entirely pushed on the stack.
+ */
+// #undef TARGET_ARG_PARTIAL_BYTES
+// #define TARGET_ARG_PARTIAL_BYTES zip_arg_partial_bytes
+
+/* TARGET_PASS_BY_REFERENCE(CUM,MOD,TREE,NAMED) ... This target hook should
+ * return true if an argument at the position indicated by CUM should be passed
+ * by reference. This predicate is queried after target independent reasons
+ * for being pssed by reference, such as TREE_ADDRESSABLE(TREE).
+ *
+ */
+// #undef TARGET_PASS_BY_REFERENCE
+// #define TARGET_PASS_BY_REFERENCE zip_pass_by_reference
+
+/* CUMULATIVE ARGS ... A C type for declaring a variable that is used as the
+ * first argument of 'FUNCTION_ARG' and other related values.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---We're in trouble if an 'int' won't work, so let's just use that.
+ */
+#define CUMULATIVE_ARGS int
+
+/*
+ * OVERRIDE_ABI_FORMAT
+ */
+
+/* INIT_CUMULATIVE_ARGS ... A C statement (sans semicolon) for initializing the
+ * variable CUM for the state at the beginning of the argument list.
+ *
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---The first argument is passed in register ZIP_FIRST_ARG_REGNO, or
+ * R1 (unless it has been redefined above ...)
+ */
+#define INIT_CUMULATIVE_ARGS(CUM,FNTYPE,LIBNAME,FNDECL,N_NAMED_ARGS) (CUM = 0)
+
+/* INIT_CUMULATIVE_LIBCALL_ARGS
+ * INIT_CUMULATIVE_INCOMING_ARGS
+ *
+ * These default to the last INIT_CUM_ARGS value above.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_FUNCTION_ARG_ADVANCE(CUM, MODE, TYPE, NAMED) .. This hook updates
+ * the summarizer variable pointed to by CUM to advance past an argument in
+ * the argument list. The values MODE, TYPE, and NAMED describe that
+ * argument. Once this is done, the variable CUM is suitable for analyzing the
+ * following argument with TARGET_FUNCTION_ARG, etc. This hook need not do
+ * anything if the argument in question was passed on the stack. The compiler
+ * knows how to track the amount of stack space used for arguments without
+ * any special help.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---Here we simply copy from ECO32.
+ */
+#define TARGET_FUNCTION_ARG_ADVANCE zip_function_arg_advance
+
+/*
+ * TARGET_ARG_OFFSET --- not necessary
+ * FUNCTION_ARG_PADDING --- not necessary, since we shouldn't be padding
+ * PAD_VARARGS_DOWN --- not necessary, since we shouldn't be padding
+ * BLOCK_REG_PADDING
+ * TARGET_FUNCTION_ARG_BOUNDARY
+ * TARGET_FUNCTION_ARG_ROUND_BOUNDARY
+ */
+
+/* FUNCTION_ARG_REGNO_P(REGNO) ... A C expression that is nonzero if REGNO is
+ * the number of a hard register in which function arguments are sometimes
+ * passed. This does not include implicit arguments such as the static chain
+ * and the structure-value address. On many machines, no registers can be used
+ * for this purpose since all function arguments are pushed on the stack.
+ */
+#define FUNCTION_ARG_REGNO_P(r) ((r >= ZIP_FIRST_ARG_REGNO)&&(r<=ZIP_LAST_ARG_REGNO))
+
+/* TARGET_SPLIT_COMPLEX_ARG(TYPE) ... This hook should return true if parameter
+ * of type TYPE are passed as two scalar parameters. By default, GCC will
+ * attempt to pack complex arguments into the target's word size. Some ABI's
+ * require complex arguments to be split and treated as their individual
+ * components.
+ *
+ * The default value of this hook is NULL, which is treated as always false,
+ * and which should be good enough for ZipCPU--which can go either way.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_BUILD_BUILTIN_VA_LIST ... This hook returns a type node for va_list
+ * for the target. The default version of the hook returns void*.
+ *
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_ENUM_VA_LIST_P
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_FN_ABI_VA_LIST ... This hook returns the va_list type of the calling
+ * convention specified by FN. The default version of this returns va_list_type_node.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_FN_ABI_VA_LIST
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_CANONICAL_VA_LIST_TYPE
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_GIMPLIFY_VA_ARG_EXPR
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_VALID_POINTER_MODE(MODE) ... Define this to return nonzero if the
+ * port can handle pointers with machine mode MODE. The default version of this
+ * hook returns true for both ptr_mode and Pmode.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---if Pmode is properly defined (above, and I think it is), then the
+ * default behavior is quite appropriate.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_REF_MAY_ALIAS_ERRNO(REFP) ... Define this to return nonzero if the
+ * memory reference REF may alias with the system C library errno location.
+ * The default version of this hook assumes the system C library errno location
+ * is either a declaration of type int or accessed by dereferencing a pointer
+ * to int.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- Default sounds good to me.
+ */
+
+
+/* TARGET_SCALAR_MODE_SUPPORTED_P(MODE) ... Define this to return nonzero if
+ * the port is prepared to handl instructions involving scalar mode MODE. For
+ * a scalar mode to be considered supported, all the basic arithmetic and
+ * comparisons must work.
+ *
+ * The default version of this hook returns true for any mode required to
+ * handle the basic C types (as defined by the port). Included here are the
+ * double-word arithmetic supported by the code in optabs.c.
+ */
+#undef TARGET_SCALAR_MODE_SUPPORTED_P
+#define TARGET_SCALAR_MODE_SUPPORTED_P zip_scalar_mode_supported_p
+
+/* TARGET_VECTOR_MODE_SUPPORTED_P(MODE) ... Define this to return nonzero if the
+ * port is prepared to handle instructions involving vector mode MODE. At the
+ * very least, it must have move patterns for this mode.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---does not support any vector modes.
+ */
+#undef TARGET_VECTOR_MODE_SUPPORTED_P
+#define TARGET_VECTOR_MODE_SUPPORTED_P hook_bool_mode_false
+
+/* TARGET_ARRAY_MODE_SUPPORTED_P(MODE, NELEMS) ... Return true if GCC should
+ * try to use a scalar mode to store an array of NELEMS elements, given that
+ * each element has mode MODE. Returning true here overrides the usual MAX_FIXED_MODE limit and allows GCC to use any defined integer mode.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---Sounds good.
+ */
+// #undef TARGET_ARRAY_MODE_SUPPORTED_P
+// #define TARGET_ARRAY_MODE_SUPPORTED_P zip_array_mode_supported_p
+
+/* TARGET_LIBGCC_FLOATING_MODE_SUPPORTED_P(MODE) ... Define this to return
+ * nonzero if libgcc provides support for the floating-point mode MODE, which is
+ * known to pass TARGET_SCALAR_MODE_SUPPORTED_P. The default version of this
+ * hook returns true for all of SFmode, DFmode, XFmode, and TFmode, if such
+ * modes exist.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---We only support SFmode and DFmode, but for now only in emulation
+ * (if we can). Let's allow both of those and see how far we get.
+ */
+#undef TARGET_LIBGCC_FLOATING_MODE_SUPPORTED_P
+#define TARGET_LIBGCC_FLOATING_MODE_SUPPORTED_P zip_libgcc_floating_mode_supported_p
+
+/* TARGET_SMALL_REGISTER_CLASSES_FOR_MODE_P(MODE) ... Define this to return
+ * nonzero for machine modes for which the port has small register classes. If
+ * target hook returns nonzero for a given MODE, the compiler will try to
+ * minimize the lifetime of registers in MODE. The hook may be called with
+ * VOIDmode as an argument. In this case, the hook is expected to return
+ * nonzero if it returns nonzero for any mode.
+ *
+ * The default version of this hook returns false for any mode.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---Default sounds good.
+ */
+
+/* 17.09.08 How scalar function values are returned */
+
+/* TARGET_FUNCTION_VALUE
+ */
+
+/* LIBCALL_VALUE
+ */
+
+
+/* 17.09.09 How large values are returned */
+
+/* TARGET_RETURN_IN_MEMORY(TYP,FNTYP) ... This target hook should return a
+ * nonzero value to say to return the function value in memory, just as large
+ * structures are always returned. Here type will be the data type of the value
+ * and FNTYP will be the type of the function doing the returning, or NULL
+ * for libcalls.
+ *
+ */
+#undef TARGET_RETURN_IN_MEMORY
+#define TARGET_RETURN_IN_MEMORY zip_return_in_memory
+
+/* DEFAULT_PCC_STRUCT_RETURN
+ * TARGET_STRUCT_VALUE_RTX
+ * PCC_STATIC_STRUCT_RETURN
+ * TARGET_GET_RAW_RESULT_MODE
+ * TARGET_GET_RAW_ARG_MODE
+ */
+
+
+/* 17.09.10 Caller-Saves Register Allocation */
+/* 17.09.11 Function Entry and Exit */
+/* 17.09.12 Generating code for profiling */
+/* 17.09.13 Permitting tail calls*/
+/* 17.09.14 Stack smashing protection */
+/* 17.09.15 Miscellaneous register hooks */
+
+/* TARGET_CALL_FUSAGE_CONTAINS_NON_CALLEE_CLOBBERS
+ * ZipCPU --- default is good enough for us.
+ */
+
+/* 17.10 Implementing VARARGS MACROS */
+
+/* ...
+ */
+
+/* void TARGET_SETUP_INCOMING_VARARGS(A,M,T,I,S) ... This target hook offers an
+ * alternative to using __builtin_saveregs and defining the hook TARGET_EXPAND..
+ * _BUILTIN_SAVEREGS. Use it to store the anonymous register arguments into the
+ * stack so that all the arguments appear to have been passed consecutively
+ * on the stack. Once this is done, you can use the standard implementation
+ * of varargs that works for machines that pass all their arguments on the
+ * stack.
+ */
+// #undef TARGET_SETUP_INCOMING_VARARGS
+// #define TARGET_SETUP_INCOMING_VARARGS zip_setup_incoming_varargs
+
+/* ...
+ */
+
+/* 17.11 Trampolines for Nested Functions */
+
+/* TARGET_ASM_TRAMPOLINE_TEMPLATE ... This hook is called by
+ * assemble_trampoline_template to output, on the stream f, assembler code for
+ * a block of data that contains the constant parts of a trampoline. This code
+ * should not include a label--the label is taken care of automatically.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU -- looks like we need to do this.
+ */
+#undef TARGET_ASM_TRAMPOLINE_TEMPLATE
+#define TARGET_ASM_TRAMPOLINE_TEMPLATE zip_asm_trampoline_template
+
+/* TRAMPOLINE_SECTION ... Return the section into which the trampoline template
+ * is to be placed. The default value is readonly_data_section.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU--default should be good enough.
+ */
+
+/* TRAMPOLINE_SIZE ... A C expression for the size (in bytes) of the trampoline
+ * as an integer.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU--it's three instructions, or 96 bits. However, 32-bits is our minimal
+ * addressible unit, so what size do we offer here? We'll stick with the number
+ * of bytes, but we may need to change this later.
+ *
+ */
+// #warning "May need to redefine trampoline_size in words, not bytes"
+#undef TRAMPOLINE_SIZE
+#define TRAMPOLINE_SIZE 3
+
+/* TRAMPOLINE_ALIGNMENT ... alignment required for trampolines, in bits.
+ *
+ * Well that's well known in ZipCPU --- 32-bits.
+ */
+#undef TRAMPOLINE_ALIGNMENT
+#define TRAMPOLINE_ALIGNMENT 32
+
+/* void TARGET_TRAMPOLINE_INIT(RTX,TREE,RTX CH) ... This hook is called to
+ * initialize a trampoline. m_tramp is an RTX for the memory block for the
+ * trampoline; TREE is the FUNCTION_DECL for the nested fucntion; CH is an
+ * rtx for the static chain value that should be passed to the function when
+ * it is called.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU ... Can we get by without this?
+ */
+#undef TARGET_TRAMPOLINE_INIT
+#define TARGET_TRAMPOLINE_INIT zip_trampoline_init
+
+/* TARGET_TRAMPOLINE_ADJUST_ADDRESS(RTX) ... This hook should perform any
+ * machine-specific adjustment in the address of the trampoline. Its argument
+ * contains the address of the memory block that was passed to
+ * TARGET_TRAMPOLINE_INIT. In case the address to be used for a function call
+ * should be different from the address at which the template was stored, the
+ * different address should be returned; otherwise addr should be returned
+ * unchanged. If the hook is not defined, RTX (addr) will be used for function
+ * calls.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU--works for us!
+ */
+
+/* CLEAR_INSN_CACHE(BEG,END) ... If defined, expands to a C expression clearing
+ * the instruction cache in the specified interval. The definition of this
+ * macro would typically be a series of asm statements. Both BEG and END are
+ * pointer expressions.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- Ouch! We have no way to do this (yet)!
+ */
+
+/* TRANSFER_FROM_TRAMPOLINE ... Define this macro is trampolines need a special
+ * subroutine to do their work. THe macro should expand to a series of asm
+ * statements which will be compiled with GCC. They go in a library function
+ * named __transfer_from_trampoline.
+ *
+ * We may need to rethink trampolines on ZipCPU.
+ */
+
+
+/* 17.12 Implicit Calls to Library Routines */
+
+/* DECLARE_LIBRARY_RENAMES
+ *
+ * ZipCPU: Don't need it.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_INIT_LIBFUNCS(VOID) ... This hook should declare additional library
+ * routines or rename existing ones, using the functions set_optab_libfunc and
+ * init_one_libfunc defined in optabs.c. init_optabs calls this macro after
+ * initializing all the normal library routines.
+ *
+ * Most ports don't need to define this hook, so we won't either.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_LIBFUNC_GNU_PREFIX ... If false (the default), internal library
+ * routines start with two underscores. If set to true, these routines start
+ * with __gnu_ instead.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU: No change necessary.
+ */
+
+/* FLOAT_LIB_COMPARE_RETURNS_BOOL(MODE,COMPARISON) ... This macro should return
+ * true if the library routine that implements the floating point comparison
+ * operator comparison in mode mode will return a boolean and false if it will
+ * return a tristate.
+ *
+ * Most ports don't need to define this macro, so Zip CPU won't either.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_HAS_NO_HW_DIVIDE ... This macro should be defined if the target has no
+ * hardware divide instructions. If this macro is defined, GCC will use an
+ * algorithm which makes use of simple logical and arithmetic operations for
+ * 64-bit division. If the macro is not defined, GCC will use an algorithm
+ * which makes use of a 64-bit by 32-bit divide primitive.
+ *
+ * Zip CPU, though, doesn't have the 64-bit by 32-bit divide primitive, thus
+ * we have no HW DIVIDE (for now).
+ */
+#define TARGET_HAS_NO_HW_DIVIDE
+
+/* TARGET_EDOM ... The value of EDOM on the target machine, as a C integer
+ * expression. If you don't define this macro, GCC does not attempt to deposit
+ * the value of EDOM into errno directly. Look in /usr/include/errno.h to find
+ * the value of EDOM on your system.
+ *
+ * EDOM is the error created when a math argument is out of the domain of the
+ * function.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU: Don't need it---I don't think.
+ */
+
+/* GEN_ERRNO_RTX ... Define this macro as a C exrpession to create an rtl
+ * expression that refers to the global "variable" errno. (On certain
+ * systems, errno may not actually be a variable.) If you don't define this
+ * macro, a reasonable default is used.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- if a reasonable default is used, we'll use that--especially since
+ * I doubt we'll be using errno for a while.
+ */
+
+/* NEXT_OBJC_RUNTIME ... Set this macro to 1 to use the "NeXT" Objective-C
+ * message sending conventions by default. This calling convention involves
+ * passing the object, the selector and the method arguments all at once to the
+ * method-lookup library function. This is the usual setting when targetting
+ * Darwin/Mac OS X systems, which have the NeXT runtime installed.
+ *
+ * If the macro is set to 0, ...
+ *
+ * Doesn't look relevant (yet) for the Zip CPU--especially since we don't have
+ * an O/S yet.
+ */
+
+
+
+/* 17.13 Addressing Modes */
+
+/* C expressions that are nonzero if the machine supports pre-increment,
+ * pre-decrement, post-increment, or post-decrement addressing respectively.
+ */
+#define HAVE_PRE_INCREMENT (0)
+#define HAVE_PRE_DECREMENT (0)
+#define HAVE_POST_INCREMENT (0)
+#define HAVE_POST_DECREMENT (0)
+
+/* C expression that is nonzero if the machine supports pre- or post- address
+ * side-effect generation involving constants other than the size of the memory
+ * operand.
+ */
+#define HAVE_PRE_MODIFY_DISP (0)
+#define HAVE_POST_MODIFY_DISP (0)
+
+/* C expression that is non-zero if the machine supports pre- or post-address
+ * side-effect generation involving a register displacement.
+ */
+#define HAVE_PRE_MODIFY_REG (0)
+#define HAVE_POST_MODIFY_REG (0)
+
+/* CONSTANT_ADDRESS_P(X) ... A C expression that is 1 if the RTX X is a constant
+ * which is a valid address. On most machines the default definition ... is
+ * acceptable, but a few machines are more restrictive as to which constant
+ * addresses are supported.
+ *
+ * Zip CPU is designed for offset addresses, not constant addresses. Although
+ * the CPU will support 18-bit signed constant addresses, the assembler and
+ * general programming model do not. Further, without knowing where the final
+ * address will be located, this is an unusable model. Therefore we will
+ * define this as not supported.
+ *
+ * In hindsight, this isn't true--labels and symbols are valid addresses, and
+ * they are also constant addresses. Hence, we leave this at its default.
+ */
+// #undef CONSTANT_ADDRESS_P
+// #define CONSTANT_ADDRESS_P(X) (0)
+
+/* CONSTANT_P(X) ... CONSTANT_P, which is defined by target-independent code, accepts integer values expressions whose values are not explicitly known, such as symbol_ref, label_ref, and high expressions and const arithmetic expressions, in addition to const_int and const_double expressions.
+ *
+ * Huh???
+ */
+// #define CONSTANT_P(X) ???
+
+/* A number, the maximum number of registers that can appear in a valid memory
+ * address.
+ */
+#define MAX_REGS_PER_ADDRESS 1
+
+/* TARGET_LEGITIMATE_ADDRESS_P(MODE,RTX,STRICT) ... A function that returns
+ * whether RTX is a legitimate memory address on the target machine for a
+ * memory operation of mode MODE.
+ */
+#undef TARGET_LEGITIMATE_ADDRESS_P
+#define TARGET_LEGITIMATE_ADDRESS_P zip_legitimate_address_p
+
+/* ECO32 suggested we do something like ... */
+#ifdef IGNORE_THIS_FOR_NOW
+#define TARGET_LEGITIMATE_ADDRESS_P(MODE,X,STRICT) \
+ do { \
+ if (GET_CODE(X) == PLUS) { \
+ rtx op1, op2; \
+ op1 = XEXP(X, 0); op2 = XEXP(X, 1); \
+ if ((GET_CODE(op1) == REG) \
+ &&(CONSTANT_ADDRESS_P(op2)) \
+ &&(REGNO_OK_FOR_BASE_P(REGNO(op1)))) \
+ goto LABEL; \
+ } if ((REG_P(X))&&(REGNO_OK_FOR_BASE_P(REGNO(X)))) \
+ goto LABEL; \
+ if ((GET_CODE(X) == SYMBOL_REF) \
+ ||(GET_CODE(X) == LABEL_REF) \
+ ||(GET_CODE(X) == CONST)) \
+ goto LABEL; \
+ } while(0)
+#endif
+
+
+/* TARGET_MEM_CONSTRAINT ... A single character to be used instead of the
+ * default 'm' character for general memory addresses. This defines the
+ * constraint letter which matches the memory addresses accepted by
+ * TARGET_LEGITIMATE_ADDRESS_P. Define this macro if you want to support new
+ * address format in your back end without changing the semantics of the 'm'
+ * constraint. This is necessary in order to preserve functionality of inline
+ * assembly constructs using the 'm' constraint.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU--doesn't look like we need to define this at all.
+ */
+
+/* FIND_BASE_TERM(X) ... A C expression to determine the base term of address
+ * X or to provide a simplified version of X from which alias.c can easily find
+ * the base term. This macro is used in only two places: find_base_value and
+ * find_base_term in alias.c.
+ *
+ * It is always safe for this macro to not be defined. It exists so that
+ * alias analysis can understand machine-dependent addresses.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU: We'll skip this then.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_LEGITIMIZE_ADDRESS(RTX,OLD,MODE) ... This hook is given an invalid
+ * memory address RTX for an operand of mode MODE and should try to return a
+ * valid memory address. RTX will always be the result of a call to
+ * break_out_memory_refs, and OLD will be the operand that was given to that
+ * function to produce RTX.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU -- this may be worth coming back to.
+ */
+// #undef TARGET_LEGITIMIZE_ADDRESS
+// #define TARGET_LEGITIMIZE_ADDRESS zip_legitimize_address
+
+/* LEGITIMIZE_RELOAD_ADDRESS(X,MODE,OP,TYPE,IND,WIN) ... A C compound statement
+ * that attempts to replace X, which is an address that needs reloading, with
+ * a valid memory address for an operand of mode MODE. WIN will be a C
+ * statement label elsewhere in the code. It is not necessary to define this
+ * macro, but it might be useful for performance reasons.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU: This is worth coming back to, according to the notes page, but it
+ * may also be a difficult macro to use. Look at other implementations before
+ * we dive into this.
+ */
+// #undef LEGITIMIZE_RELOAD_ADDRESS
+// #define LEGITIMIZE_RELOAD_ADDRESS
+
+/* TARGET_MODE_DEPENDENT_ADDRESS_P(ADDR,SPACE) ... This hook returns true
+ * if memory address addr in address space addrspace can have different meanings
+ * depending on the machine mode of the memory reference it is used for or if
+ * the address is valid for some modes but not others.
+ */
+#undef TARGET_MODE_DEPENDENT_ADDRESS_P
+#define TARGET_MODE_DEPENDENT_ADDRESS_P zip_mode_dependent_address_p
+
+/* TARGET_LEGITIMATE_CONSTANT_P
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_DELIGITIMIZE_ADDRESS(RTX)
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_CONST_NOT_OK_FOR_DEBUG_P(RTX) ... This hook should return true if RTX
+ * should not be emitted into debug sections.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_CANNOT_FORCE_CONST_MEM(MODE,RTX) ... This hook should return true if
+ * RTX is a form that cannot (or should not) be spilled to the constant pool.
+ * MODE is the mode of X. The default version returns false.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_USE_BLOCKS_FOR_CONSTANT_P(MODE,RTX) ... This hook should return true
+ * if pool entries for constant RTX can be placed in an object_block structure.
+ * MODE is the mode of X. The default version returns false for all constants.
+ *
+ *????
+ */
+// #warning "Huh?"
+
+/* TARGET_USE_BLOCKS_FOR_DECL_P(DECL) ... This hook should return true if pool
+ * entries for DECL should be placed in an object_block structure. The default
+ * version returns true for all DECL's.
+ *
+ * Sounds good.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_BUILTIN_RECIPROCAL(TREE) ... This hook should return the DECL of a
+ * function that implements the reciprocal of the machine specific builtin
+ * function fndecl, or NULL_TREE if such a function is not available.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_VECTORIZE_BUILTIN_MASK_FOR_LOAD(VOID) ... This hook should return the
+ * DECL of a function f that given an address addr as an argument returns a mask
+ * m that can be used to extrract from two vectors the relevant data that
+ * resides in addr in case addr is not properly aligned.
+ *
+ * Zip CPU does not support vectorization.
+ */
+
+/* Other vector, SIMD, and GOACC macros skipped as Zip CPU doesn't support
+ * such data accesses and manipulation.
+ */
+
+/* 17.14 Anchored Addresses */
+
+/* TARGET_MIN_ANCHOR_OFFSET ... The minimum offset that should be applied to
+ * a section anchor. On most targets, it should be the smallest offset that
+ * can be applied to a base register while still giving a legitimate address for
+ * every mode. The default value is 0.
+ *
+ * On the Zip CPU, this is the minimum operand B offset to a LOD or STO
+ * operation, which would be a signed 14 bit number.
+ */
+#undef TARGET_MIN_ANCHOR_OFFSET
+#define TARGET_MIN_ANCHOR_OFFSET zip_min_anchor_offset
+
+/* TARGET_MAX_ANCHOR_OFFSET ... Like TARGET_MIN_ANCHOR_OFFSET, but the maximum
+ * (inclusive) offset that should be applied to section anchors. The default
+ * value is 0.
+ */
+#undef TARGET_MAX_ANCHOR_OFFSET
+#define TARGET_MAX_ANCHOR_OFFSET zip_max_anchor_offset
+
+/* TARGET_ASM_OUTPUT_ANCHOR(RTX) ... Write the assembly code to define section
+ * anchor RTX, which is a SYMBOL_REF for which 'SYMBOL_REF_ANCHOR_P(RTL) is
+ * true. The hook is called with the assembly output position set to the
+ * beginning of SYMBOL_REF_BLOCK(X).
+ *
+ * If ASM_OUTPUT_DEF is available, the hook's default definition uses it to
+ * define the symbol as '. + SYMBOL_REF_BLOCK_OFFSET(RTL)'. If ASM_OUTPUT_DEF
+ * is not available, the hook's default definition is NULL, which disables the
+ * use of section anchors altogether.
+ *
+ * Section anchors will be very valuable in Zip CPU assembly, therefore we
+ * must define this hook.
+ */
+// #undef TARGET_ASM_OUTPUT_ANCHOR
+// #define TARGET_ASM_OUTPUT_ANCHOR zip_asm_output_anchor
+
+/* TARGET_USE_ANCHORS_FOR_SYMBOL_P(RTX) ... Return true if GCC should attempt
+ * to use anchors to access SYMBOL_REF X. You can assume SYMBOL_REF_HAS_BLOCK_INFO_P(X) and !SYMBOL_REF_ANCHOR_P(X).
+ *
+ * The default version is correct for most targets, but you might need to intercept this hook to handle things like target specific attributes or target-specific sections.
+ *
+ * Not knowing anything more, we'll leave the default as is for the Zip CPU.
+ */
+// #undef TARGET_USE_ANCHORS_FOR_SYMBOL_P
+// #define TARGET_USE_ANCHORS_FOR_SYMBOL_P zip_use_anchors_for_symbol_p
+
+/* 17.15 Condition Code Status */
+
+/* 17.15.1 Representation of condition codes using (cc0) --- that's us */
+
+/* CC_STATUS_MDEP ... C code for a data type which is used for declaring
+ * the mdep component of cc_status. It defaults to int.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---Int is good for us.
+ */
+
+/* CC_STATUS_MDEP_INIT ... A C expression to initialize the mdep field to
+ * "empty". The default definition does nothing, since most machines don't
+ * use the field anyway. If you want to use the field, you should probably
+ * define this macro to initialize it.
+ */
+
+/* NOTICE_UPDATE_CC(EXP, INSN) ... A C compound statement to set the components
+ * of cc_status appropriately for an insn insn whose body is exp. It is this
+ * macro's responsibility to recognize insns that set the condition code as
+ * a byproduct of other activity as well as those that explicitly set (cc0).
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- We need this, as not all expressions set (cc0).
+ *
+ */
+#define NOTICE_UPDATE_CC(EXP, INSN) zip_update_cc_notice(EXP, INSN)
+
+
+/* 17.15.2 Representation of condition codes using registers */
+/* ... which the ZipCPU doesn't have. The ZipCPU has a CC0 register, and hence
+ * this section isn't supposed to apply.
+ */
+
+/* SELECT_CC_MODE(op, x, y)
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_CANONICALIZE_COMPARISON(int,rtx *, rtx *, bool) ... On some machines
+ * (such as the ZipCPU) not all possible comparisons are defined, but you can
+ * convert an invalid comparison into a valid one. For example, the Alpha
+ * does not have a GT comparison, but you can use an LT comparison instead and
+ * swap the order of the operands.
+ *
+ * On such machines, implement this hook to do any required conversions: code
+ * is the initial comparison code and op0 and op1 are the left and right
+ * operands of the comparison, respectively. If op0_preserve_value is true the
+ * implementation is not allowed to change the value of op0 since the value
+ * might be used in RTXs which aren't comparisons. E.g. the implementation is
+ * not allowed to swap operands in that case.
+ *
+ * GCC will not assume that the comparison resulting from this macro is valid
+ * but will see if the resulting insn matches a pattern in the 'md' file.
+ *
+ * You need not implement this hook if it would never change the comparison
+ * code or operands.
+ *
+ * In the case of the ZipCPU, the ZipCPU only keeps track of 8 possible
+ * comparisons, and bastardizing other comparisons into those 8 is extremely
+ * painful. Therefore, we *need* this capability to make certain we can use
+ * our comparisons successfully.
+ *
+ * The only problem is ... this hook appears to only be called on non-CC0
+ * machines. Hence, defining it hasn't done anything for us.
+ */
+// #define TARGET_CANONICALIZE_COMPARISON zip_canonicalize_comparison
+
+/* 17.16 Relative costs of operations */
+
+
+// #define REGISTER_MOVE_COST(MODE,FROM,TO) ((MODE==DImode)||(MODE==DFmode))?4:2
+// #define TARGET_REGISTER_MOVE_COST
+// #define MEMORY_MOVE_COST(MODE, CLASS, IN) ((MODE==DImode)||(MODE==DFmode))?8:7
+/* TARGET_REGISTER_MOVE_COST(M,FRM,TO) ... This target hook should return the
+ * cost of moving data of mode M from a register in class FRM to one in class
+ * TO. The classes are expressed using the enumeration values such as
+ * GENERAL_REGS. A value of 2 is the default; other values are interpreted
+ * relative to that.
+ *
+ * It is not required that the cost always equal 2 when FROM is the same as TO;
+ * on some machines it is expensive to move between registers if they are not
+ * general registers.
+ *
+ * If reload sees ...
+ *
+ * ZipCPU ... We can leave this at its default value of 2.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_MEMORY_MOVE_COST(MOD,CL,IN) ... This target hook should return the
+ * cost of moving data of mode MOD between a register of class CL and memory.
+ * IN is false if the value is to be written to memory, true if it is to be
+ * read in. This cost is relative to those in TARGET_REGISTER_MOVE_COST.
+ * If moving between registers and memory is more expensive that between two
+ * registers, you should add this target hook to express the relative cost.
+ *
+ * If you do not add this target hook, GCC uses a default cost of 4 plus the
+ * cost of copying via a secondary reload register, if one is needed. If your
+ * machine requires a secondary reload register to copy between memory and a
+ * register of CL but the reload mechanism is more complex than copying via
+ * an intermediate, use this target hook to reflect the actual cost of the
+ * move.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- Memory moves are more expensive than twice the cost of register
+ * moves, so let's make certain this is defined.
+ */
+#define TARGET_MEMORY_MOVE_COST zip_memory_move_cost
+
+// #warning "This needs to be double checked, and annotated"
+#define BRANCH_COST(SPEED,PREDICTABLE) ((SPEED)?2:5)
+
+/* Define this macro as a C expression which is nonzero if accessing less than
+ * a word of memory (i.e. a 'char' or a 'short') is no faster than accessing
+ * a word of memory.
+ */
+#define SLOW_BYTE_ACCESS 1
+
+/* MOVE_RATIO(SPD) ... The threshold of number of scalar memory-to-memory move
+ * instructions, below which a sequence of instructions should be generated
+ * instead of a string move instruction or a library call. Increasing the
+ * value will always make code faster, but eventually incurs high cost in
+ * increased code size.
+ */
+#define MOVE_RATIO(SPD) 5
+
+/* TARGET_USE_BY_PIECES_INFRASTRUCTURE_P(SZ,ALGN,OP,SPD) ...
+ */
+// #undef TARGET_USE_BY_PIECES_INFRASTRUCTURE_P(S,A,OP,SPD)
+// #define TARGET_USE_BY_PIECES_INFRASTRUCTURE_P(S,A,OP,SPD)// needs hook
+
+/* CLEAR_RATIO(SPD) ... The threshold number of scalar move instructions, below
+ * which a sequence of instructions should be generated to clear memory instead
+ * of a string clear instruction or a library call. Increasing the value will
+ * always make the code faster, but eventually incurs high cost in increased
+ * code size.
+ */
+#define CLEAR_RATIO(SPD) MOVE_RATIO(SPD)
+
+/* NO_FUNCTION_CSE ... Define this macro to be true if it is as good or better
+ * to call a constant function address than to call an address kept in a
+ * register.
+ *
+ * On the Zip CPU, constant function addresses--especially relative ones,
+ * can be optimized into a single cycle delay. Register jumps will always
+ * stall the whole (5-stage) pipeline.
+ */
+#define NO_FUNCTION_CSE
+
+/* TARGET_ADDRESS_COST ... This hook computes the cost of an addressing mode
+ * that contains address. If not defined, the cost is computed from the
+ * address expression and the TARGET_RTX_COST hook.
+ */
+// We should define this for ZIP ... we're just not there yet
+// int TARGET_ADDRESS_COST(rtx address, machine_mode mode, addr_space_t as, bool speed)
+/* TARGET_ADDRESS_COST(ADDR,MODE,AS, SPD) ... This hook computes the cost of an
+ * addressing mode that contains ADDR. If not defined, the cost is computed
+ * from the ADDR expression and the TARGET_RTX_COST hook. In cases where more
+ * than one form of an address is known, the form with the lowest cost will be
+ * used. If multiple forms have the same, lowest, cost, the one that is the
+ * most complex will be used.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU really has only one address cost, the only type of address it
+ * supports. Sure, index addressing would cost us more, but we don't support
+ * that so ... I think we're okay defining this as a constant. Indeed, the
+ * docs state that, "On RISC amchines, all instructions normally have the same
+ * length and execution time. Hence all addresses will have equal costs."
+ */
+#undef TARGET_ADDRESS_COST
+#define TARGET_ADDRESS_COST zip_address_cost
+
+
+/* TARGET_NO_SPECULATION_IN_DELAY_SLOTS_P ... This predicate controls the use
+ * of the eager delay slot filler to disallow speculatively executed
+ * instructions being placed in delay slots. Targets such as certain MIPS
+ * architectures posess both branches with and without delay slots. As the
+ * eager delay slot filler can decrease performance, disabling it is beneficial
+ * when ordinary branches are available. Use of delay slot branches filled
+ * using basic filler is often still desirable as the delay slot can hide a
+ * pipeline bubble.
+ */
+// How should Zip CPU define this--we have no delay slots.
+
+
+/* 17.17 Instruction Scheduler */
+
+#define TARGET_SCHED_ISSUE_RATE zip_sched_issue_rate
+
+/* 17.18 Dividing the Output into Sections */
+
+/* Switch to the text or data segment. */
+#define TEXT_SECTION_ASM_OP "\t.text"
+#define DATA_SECTION_ASM_OP "\t.data"
+
+// #undef TARGET_LIBGCC_SDATA_SECTION
+// #define TARGET_LIBGCC_SDATA_SECTION ".sdata"
+
+
+/* 17.19 Position Independent Code */
+
+#define PIC_OFFSET_TABLE_REGNUM zip_GOT
+#define PIC_OFFSET_TABLE_REG_CALL_CLOBBERED 0
+// #define LEGITIMATE_PIC_OPERAND_P(X) should evaluate to X(GOT) only
+
+/* 17.20 Defining the Output Assembler Language */
+
+/* 17.20.4 Output and Generation of Labels */
+
+/* ASM_OUTPUT_LABEL
+ * ... A default definition of this macro is provided which is correct for
+ * most systems.
+ */
+
+/* ASM_OUTPUT_FUNCTION_LABEL
+ * ... if not defined, then the function name is defined in the usual manner
+ * as a label.
+ */
+
+/* ASM_OUTPUT_INTERNAL_LABEL ... Identical to ASM_OUTPUT_LABEL, except that name
+ * is known to refer to a compiler-generated label. The default definition
+ * uses assemble_name_raw, which is like assemble_name except that it is more
+ * efficient.
+ */
+
+/* SIZE_ASM_OP ... A C string containing the appropriate assembler directive
+ * to specify the size of a symbol, without any arguments. ON systems that
+ * use ELF, the dfault is "\t.size\t"; on other systems, the default is not to
+ * define this macro.
+ *
+ * Define this amcro only if it is correct to use the default definitions of
+ * ASM_OUTPUT_SIZE_DERECTIVE and ASM_OUTPUT_MEASURED_SIZE for your system.
+ * If you need your own custom definitions of those macros, or if you do not
+ * need explicit symbol sizes at all, do not define this macro.
+ */
+
+/* ASM_OUTPUT_SIZE_DIRECTIVE
+ * ASM_OUTPUT_MEASURED_SIZE
+ */
+
+/* NO_DOLLAR_IN_LABEL ... Define this macro if the assembler does not accept
+ * the character '$' in label names. By default constructors and destructors
+ * in G++ have "$" in the identifiers. If this label is defined, '.' is
+ * used instead.
+ */
+
+/* NO_DOT_IN_LABEL ... Define this macro if the assembler does not accept the
+ * character '.' in label names. By default constructors and destructors in
+ * G++ have names that use '.'. If this macro is defined, these names are
+ * rewritten to avoid '.'.
+ */
+
+/* TYPE_ASM_OP ... A C string containing the appropriate assembler directive to
+ * specify the type of a symbol, without any arguments. On systems that use
+ * ELF the default in config/elfos.h is "\t.type\t"; on other systems, the default is not to define this macro.
+ *
+ * Define this macro only if it is correct to use the default definition of
+ * ASM_OUTPUT_TYPE_DIRECTIVE forr your system. If you need your own custom
+ * definition of this macr, or if you do not need explicit symbol types at all,
+ * do not define this macro.
+ */
+
+/* TYPE OPERAND_FMD ... A
+ */
+
+/* ASM_OUTPUT_TYPE_DIRECTIVE
+ */
+
+/* ASM_DECLARE_FUNCTION_NAME(STREAM, NAME, DECL) ...
+ * if this macro is not defined, then the function name is defined in the usual
+ * manner as a label (by means of ASM_OUTPUT_FUNCTION_LABEL).
+ */
+
+/* ASM_DECLARE_FUNCTION_SIZE
+ * ASM_DECLARE_COLD_FUNCTION_NAME
+ * ASM_DECLARE_COLD_FUNCTION_SIZE
+ * ASM_DECLARE_OBJECT_NAME
+ * TARGET_ASM_DECLARE_CONSTANT_NAME
+ */
+/* ASM_DECLARE_REGISTER_GLOBAL(STREAM, DECL, REGNO, NAME) ... A C statement
+ * (sans semicolon) to output to the stdio stream STREAM any text necessary for
+ * claiming a register REGNO for a global variable DECL with name NAME.
+ *
+ * If you don't defin this macro, that is equivalent to dfining it to do
+ * nothing.
+ */
+
+/* ASM_FINISH_DECLARE_OBJECT
+ * TARGET_ASM_GLOBALIZE_LABEL
+ * TARGET_ASM_GLOBALIZE_DECL_NAME
+ * TARGET_ASM_ASSEMBLE_UNDEFINED_DECL
+ * ASM_WEAKEN_LABEL
+ * ASM_WEAKEN_DECL
+ * ASM_OUTPUT_WEAKREF
+ * SUPPORTS_WEAK
+ * TARGET_SUPPORTS_WEAK
+ * MAKE_DECL_ONE_ONLY
+ * SUPPORTS_ONE_ONLY
+ * TARGTE_ASM_ASSEMBLE_VISIBILITY
+ * TARGET_WEAK_NOT_IN_ARCHIVE_TOC
+ * ASM_OUTPUT_EXTERNAL
+ * TARGET_ASM_EXTERNAL_LIBCALL
+ * TARGET_ASM_MARK_DECLPRESERVED
+ * ASM_OUTPUT_LABELREF
+ * TARGET_MANGLE_ASSEMBLER_NAME
+ * ASM_OUTPUT_SYMBOL_REF
+ * ASM_OUTPUT_LABEL_REF
+ * TARGET_ASM_INTERNAL_LABEL
+ * ASM_OUTPUT_DEBUG_LABEL
+ * ASM_GENERATE_INTERNAL_LABEL
+ * ASM_FORMAT_PRIVATE_NAME
+ */
+
+/* ASM_OUTPUT_DEF ... A C statement to output to the stdio stream STREAM
+ * assembler code which defines (equates) the symbol NAME to have the value
+ * VALUE.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---So many other things that we need depend upon this, that we need
+ * to implement a non-default version.
+ */
+#define ASM_OUTPUT_DEF zip_asm_output_def
+
+/* ASM_OUTPUT_DEF_FROM_DECLS
+ * TARGET_DEFERRED_OUTPUT_DEFS
+ * ASM_OUTPUT_WEAK_ALIAS
+ * OBJ_GEN_METHOD_LABEL
+ */
+
+
+/* 17.20.7 Output of Assembler Instructions */
+
+#define REGISTER_NAMES { "R0","R1","R2","R3","R4","R5","R6","R7","R8","R9", \
+ "R10","R11","R12","SP","CC","PC" }
+
+/* REGISTER_PREFIX (Undefined by default)
+ * LOCAL_LABEL_PREFIX (Undefined by default)
+ * USER_LABEL_PREFIX defaults to "*"
+ * IMMEDIATE_PREFIX (Undefined by default)
+ *
+ * If defined, C string expressions to be used for the '%R', '%L', '%U', and
+ * '%I' options of asm_fprintf (see 'final.c'). These are useful when a single
+ * 'md' file must support multiple assembler formats. In that case, the various
+ * 'tm.h' files can define these macros differently.
+ */
+// #define USER_LABEL_PREFIX "*"
+
+/* Defining memory operand address formats is in this section. */
+
+/* 17.20.10 Assembler Commands for Alignment */
+
+/* JUMP_ALIGN(label) ... The alignment (log base 2) to put in front of label,
+ * which is a common destination of jumps and has no fallthru incoming
+ * edge. This macro need not be defined if you don't want any special alignment
+ * to be done at such a time. Most machine descriptions do not currently define
+ * this macro.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---The assembler should automatically deal with label alignment, so
+ * let's not do anything about it here.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_ASM_JUMP_ALIGN_MAX_SKIP
+ */
+
+/* LABEL_ALIGN_AFTER_BARRIER
+ * TARGET_ASM_LABEL_ALIGN_AFTER_BARRIER_MAX_SKIP
+ */
+
+/* LOOP_ALIGN(label)
+ * TARGET_ASM_LOOP_ALIGN_MAX_SKIP
+ * LABEL_ALIGN
+ * TARGET_ASM_LABEL_ALIGN_MAX_SKIP
+ */
+
+/* ASM_OUTPUT_SKIP(STREAM, NBYTES) A C statement to output to the stdio
+ * stream an assembler instruction to advance the location counter by nbytes
+ * bytes.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_ASM_LABEL_ALIGN */
+/* Assembler Commands for Alignment */
+#define ASM_OUTPUT_ALIGN(STREAM,POWER) \
+ { int pwr = POWER; fprintf(STREAM, "\t.p2align %d\n", (pwr<2)?2:pwr); }
+
+
+
+/* 17.21 Controlling Debugging Information Format */
+/* 17.22 Cross Compilation and Floating Point */
+/* 17.23 Mode switching instructions */
+/* 17.24 Defining target-specific uses of __attribute__ */
+#undef TARGET_OPTION_OVERRIDE
+#define TARGET_OPTION_OVERRIDE zip_override_options
+
+/* 17.25 Emulating TLS */
+/* 17.26 Defining coprocessor specifics for MIPS targets*/
+
+ // ZipCPU isn't MIPS.
+
+/* 17.27 Parameters for Precompiled Header Validity Checking */
+/* 17.28 C++ ABI parameters */
+/* 17.29 Adding support for named address spaces */
+/* 17.30 Miscellaneous Parameters */
+
+/* HAS_LONG_COND_BRANCH ... Define this boolean macro to indicate whether or
+ * not your architecture has conditional branches that can span all of memory.
+ * It is used in conjunction with an optimization that partitions hot and
+ * cold basic blocks into separate sections of the executable. If this macro
+ * is set to false, gcc will convert any conditional branches that attempt to
+ * cross between sections into unconditional branches or indirect jumps.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- The assembler renders long unconditional branch code without
+ * problems, so we can pretend that such long branches exist.
+ */
+#define HAS_LONG_COND_BRANCH true
+
+/* HAS_LONG_UNCOND_BRANCH ... Define this boolean macro to indicate whether
+ * or not your architecture has unconditional branches that can span all of
+ * memory. (ZipCPU does ... via the LOD (PC),PC instruction.) It is used in
+ * conjunction with an optimization that partitions hot and cold basic blocks
+ * into separate sections of the executable. If this macro is set to false,
+ * gcc will convert any unconditional branches that attempt to cross between
+ * sections into indirect jumps.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU has the LOD (PC),PC instruction which can be used to implement a long
+ * jump.
+ */
+#define HAS_LONG_UNCOND_BRANCH true
+
+/* CASE_VECTOR_MODE ... An alias for a machine mode name. This is the machine
+ * mode that eleemnts of a jump-table should have.
+ *
+ */
+#define CASE_VECTOR_MODE SImode
+
+/* CASE_VECTOR_SHORTEN_MODE(MIN,MAX,BODY) ... Optional: return the preferred
+ * mode for an addr_diff_vec when the minimum and maximum offset are known.
+ * If you define this, it enables extra code in branch shortening to deal with
+ * addr_diff_vec. To make this work, you also have to define INSN_ALIGN and
+ * make the alignment for addr_diff_vec explicit. The body argument is provided so that the offset_unsigned and scale flags can be updated.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---No advantage here.
+ */
+
+/* CASE_VECTOR_PC_RELATIVE ... Define this exrpession to indicate when
+ * jump-tables should contain relative addresses. You need not define this
+ * macro if jump-tables never contain relative addresses, or jump-tables
+ * should contain relative addresses only when -fPIC or -FPIC is in effect.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---No advantage in PC-Relative jump tables--except in PIC relative
+ * code.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_CASE_VALUES_THRESHOLD(VOID) ... This function returns the smallest
+ * number of different values for which it is best to use a jump-table instead
+ * of a tree of conditional branches. The default is four for machines with a
+ * casesi instruction and five otherwise. This is best for most machines.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---Leave at the default.
+ */
+
+/* WORD_REGISTER_OPERATIONS ... Define this macro to 1 if operations between
+ * registers with integral mode smaller than a word are always performed on the
+ * entire register. Most RISC machines have this property and most CISC
+ * machines do not.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---We have the property, 'cause we're fairly risk.
+ */
+#undef WORD_REGISTER_OPERATIONS
+#define WORD_REGISTER_OPERATIONS 1
+
+/* LOAD_EXTEND_OP(MEMODE) ... Define this macro to be a C expression indicating
+ * when insns that read memory in MEMMODE, an integral mode narrower than a
+ * word, set the bits outside of MEMMODE to be either the sign extension or
+ * zero-extension of the data read. Return SIGN_EXTEND for values of MEMMODE
+ * for which the insn sign-extends, ZERO_EXTEND for which it zero-extends, and
+ * UNKNOWN for other modes.
+ *
+ * Do not define this macro if it would always return UNKNOWN.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---This should be irrelevant, so we leave it undefined.
+ */
+#undef LOAD_EXTEND_OP
+#define LOAD_EXTEND_OP(MEM) SIGN_EXTEND
+
+/* SHORT_IMMEDIATES_SIGN_EXTEND ... Define this macro to 1 if loading short immediate values into registers sign extends.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---All immediates are sign extended, so yes.
+ */
+#undef SHORT_IMMEDIATES_SIGN_EXTEND
+#define SHORT_IMMEDIATES_SIGN_EXTEND 1
+
+/* TARGET_MIN_DIVISIONS_FOR_RECIP_MUL
+ */
+
+/* MOVE_MAX ... The maximum number of bytes that a single instruction can move
+ * quickly between memory and registers or between two memory locations.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- Although we can move 32-bits at a time, and most people would call
+ * this 4-bytes, the compiler defines a byte as the minimum addressable unit.
+ * Therefore, this is defined to be one.
+ */
+#define MOVE_MAX 1
+
+/* MAX_MOVE_MAX ... The maximum number of bytes that a single instruction can
+ * move quickly between memory and registers or between two memory ...
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- this sounds just the same as MOVE_MAX, which is the default
+ * definition of this.
+ */
+
+/* SHIFT_COUNT_TRUNCATED ... A C expression that is nonzero if on this machine
+ * the number of bits actually used for the count of a shift operation is equal
+ * to the number of bits needed to represent the size of the object being
+ * shifted.
+ *
+ * You need not define this macro if it would have the value of zero.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---A shift of 33 (or more) in either direction will wipe out the
+ * value in the register, therefore this value should be zero, the default.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_SHIFT_TRUNCATION_MASK(MODE) ... This function describes how the
+ * standard shift patterns for MODE deal with shifts by negative amounts or by
+ * more than the width of the mode.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---The default is zero, since we didn't define SHIFT_COUNT_TRUNCATED.
+ * This is the case for the ZipCPU as well.
+ */
+
+/* TRULY_NOOP_TRUNCATION(OUTPREC,INPREC) ... A C expression which is nonzero
+ * if on this machine it is safe to "convert" an integer of INPREC bits to one
+ * of OUTPREC bits (where OUTPREC is smaller than INPREC) by merely operating on
+ * it as if it had OUTPREC bist. On many machines, this expression can be 1.
+ *
+ * ZiPCPU ... If both values are 32-bit, what conversion takes place? If one is
+ * 64-bit and the other 32-bit ... I suppose it would then be safe.
+ */
+#undef TRULY_NOOP_TRUNCATION
+#define TRULY_NOOP_TRUNCATION(O,I) 1
+
+/* TARGET_MODE_REP_EXTENDED(MODE,REPMODE) ... The representation of an integral
+ * mode can be such that the values are always extended to a wider integral
+ * mode. Return SIGN_EXTEND if values of MODE are represented in sign-extended
+ * form to REPMODE. Return UNKNOWN otherwise. (Currently none of the targets
+ * use zero-extended.
+ *
+ */
+// #undef TARGET_MODE_REP_EXTENDED
+// #define TARGET_MODE_REP_EXTENDED(R,M) SIGN_EXTEND
+
+/* STORE_FLAG_VALUE ... A C expression describing the value returned by a
+ * comparison operator with an integral mode and stored by a store-flag
+ * instruction (cstoremode4) when the condition is true. This description
+ * must apply to all the cstoremode4 patterns and all the comparison operators
+ * whose results have MODE_INT mode.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---Doesn't really have a STORE_FLAG_VALUE instruction ...
+ */
+
+/* FLOAT_STORE_FLAG_VALUE
+ *
+ * ZipCPU
+ */
+
+/* VECTOR_STORE_FLAG_VALUE ... define this macro on machines that have vector
+ * comparison operations that return a vector result ...
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---Doesn't support vector operations.
+ */
+
+/* CLZ_DEFINED_VALUE_AT_ZERO(MODE, VAL)
+ * CTZ_DEFINED_VALUE_AT_ZERO(MODE, VAL)
+ *
+ * A C expression that indicates whetther the architecture defines a value for
+ * clz or ctz with a zero operand. A result of 0 indicates the value is
+ * undefined. If the value is defined for only the RTL expression, the macro should evaluate to 1. If the value also applies to the corresponding optab
+ * entry, then the macro should evaluate to 2. In cases where the value is
+ * defined, value should be set to this value.
+ * If this macro is not defined, the value of clz or ctz at zero is assumed to
+ * be undefined.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---Has neither clz nor ctz instructions, so we don't need this.
+ */
+
+/* Pmode ... An alias for the machine mode for pointers. On most machines,
+ * define this to be the integer mode corresponding to the width of a
+ * hardware pointer. SImode on 32-bits machines, or DImode on 64-bit machines.
+ * On some machines you must define this to be one of the partial
+ * integer modes, such as PSImode.
+ */
+#undef Pmode
+#define Pmode SImode
+
+/* FUNCTION_MODE ... An alais for the machine mode used for memory references to
+ * function being called, in call RTL expressions. On most CISC machines, where
+ * an instruction can begin at any byte address, this should be QImode. On most
+ * RISC machines, where all instructions have fixed size and alignment, this
+ * should be a mode with the same size and alignment as the machine instruction
+ * words--typically SImode or HImode.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---Definitely SImode, as with Pmode. (All words are 32-bits, including
+ * addresses on the ZipCPU.
+ */
+#undef FUNCTION_MODE
+#define FUNCTION_MODE SImode
+
+/* STDC_0_IN_SYSTEM_HEADERS
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_C_PREINCLUDE(V) ... Define this hook to return the name of a header
+ * file to be included at the start of all compilations, as if it had been
+ * included with #include <file>. If this hook returns NULL, or is not defined,
+ * or if the header is not found, or if the user specifies -ffreestanding or
+ * -nostdinc, no header is included.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- We don't have a standard library defined yet, so we'll leave this
+ * as NULL.
+ */
+#undef TARGET_C_PREINCLUDE
+#define TARGET_C_PREINCLUDE NULL
+
+/* TARGET_CXX_IMPLICIT_EXTERN_C(CONST CHAR *) ... Define this hook to add target
+ * specific C++ implicit extern C functions. If this function returns true
+ * for the name of a file-scope function, that function implicitly gets extern
+ * "C" linkage rather than whatever linkage the declaration would normally have.
+ * An example of such function is WinMain on Win32 targets.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---Not ready to deal with this yet.
+ */
+
+/* NO_IMPLICIT_EXTERN_C ... Define this macro if the system header files
+ * support C++ as well as C. This macro inhibits the usual method of using
+ * system header files in C++, which is to pretend that the file's contents
+ * are enclosed in 'extern "C" {...}'.
+ *
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- Don't have either C or C++ headers, so let's skip this for now.
+ * Eventually, though, I think ZipCPU and C++ would go very well together.
+ */
+
+/* REGISTER_TARGET_PRAGMAS ... Define this macro if you want to implement any
+ * target specific pragmas.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- let's not.
+ */
+
+/* HANDLE_PRAGMA_PACK_WITH_EXPANSION ... Define this macro if macros should be
+ * expanded in the arguments of #pragma pack().
+ *
+ * ZipCPU ... why?
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_DEFAULT_PACK_STRUCT ... If your target requires a struct packing
+ * default other than 0 (meaning the machine default), define this macro to
+ * the necessary value (in bytes). This must be a value that would also be
+ * valid to use with #pragma pack() (that is a small power of two.
+ */
+
+/* DOLLARS_IN_IDENTIFIERS
+ * ZipCPU --- Default (not changing C)
+ */
+
+/* INSN_SETS_ARE_DELAYED(INSN) ... Define this macro as a C expression that
+ * is nonzero if it is safe for the delay slot schedule to place instructions
+ * in the delay slot of INSN, even if they appear to use a resource set or
+ * clobbered in INSN. INSN is always a ...
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- You need not define this macro if it would always return zero.
+ */
+
+/* INSN_REFERENCES_ARE_DELAYED(INSN) ... Define this macro as a C expression
+ * that is nonzero if it is safe for the delay slot schedule to place
+ * instructions in the delay slot of INSN, even if they appear to set or clobber
+ * a resource referenced in INSN. INSN is always a jump_insn or an insn. On
+ * machines where some insn or jump_insn is really a function call and ...
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- You need not define this macro if it would always return zero.
+ */
+
+/* MULTIPLE_SYMBOL_SPACES ... Define this macro as a C expression that is
+ * nonzero if, in some cases, global symbols from one translation unit may not
+ * be bound to undefined symbols in another translation unit without user
+ * intervention. For instance, under Microsoft Windows symbols must be
+ * explicitly imported from shared libraries (DLLs).
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---You need not define this macro if it would always evaluate to zero,
+ * so we won't.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_MD_ASM_ADJUST
+ */
+/* MATH_LIBRARY ... Define this macro as a C constant ... you only need to
+ * define this macro if the default of "m" is wrong.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- as we don't have a math library yet, building one such that "m"
+ * works doesn't sound like a problem. Let's not define this.
+ */
+
+/* LIBRARY_PATH_ENV ... Define this as a C string constant for the environment
+ * variable that specifies where the linker should look for libraries.
+ *
+ * Just in case we want to add libraries for ZipCPU, let's place them in
+ * /usr/local/zip/lib, so as not to confuse them with our local systems
+ * libraries.
+ */
+#define LIBRARY_PATH_ENV "/usr/local/zip/lib"
+
+/* TARGET_POSIX_IO ... Define this macro if the target supports the following
+ * POSIX file fucntions: access, mkdir, and file locking with fcntl/F_SETLKW.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU does not.
+ */
+
+/* MAX_CONDITIONAL_EXECUTE ... A C expression for the maximum number of
+ * instructions to execute via conditional execution instructions instead of a
+ * branch. A value of BRANCH_COST+1 is the default if the machine does not use
+ * cc0 and 1 if it does use cc0.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---This sounds good enough for the ZipCPU as well--as long as we have
+ * BRANCH_COST defined. However, BRANCH_COST is defined as conditionally to
+ * something else, so let's keep looking into this.
+ */
+
+/* IFCVT_MODIFY_TESTS(CEINFO,TRUE,FALSE) ... Used if the target needs to
+ * perform machine-dependent modifications on hte conditionals used for turning
+ * basic blocks into conditionally executed code. CEINFO points to a data
+ * structure, struct ce_if_block, which contains information about the currently
+ * processed blocks. TRUE and FALSE are the tests that are used for
+ * converting the then-block and the else-block, respectively. Set either TRUE
+ * or FALSE to a null pointer if the tests cannot be converted.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- I need to set this to properly take advantage of our conditional
+ * execution and conditional testing capabilities.
+ */
+// #warning "Need to come back to this."
+
+/* IFCVT_MODIFY_MULTIPLE_TESTS(CEINFO, BB, TRUE, FALSE) ... Like
+ * IFCVT_MODIFY_TESTS, but used when converting more complicated if-statements
+ * into conditions combined by and and or operations. BB contains the basic
+ * block that contains the test that is currently being processed and about to
+ * be turned into a condition.
+ *
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- I need to set this to properly take advantage of our conditional
+ * execution and conditional testing capabilities.
+ */
+// #warning "Need to come back to this."
+
+
+/* IFCVT_MODIFY_INSN(CEINFO, PATTERN, INSN) ... A C expression to modify the
+ * PATTERN of an INSN that is to be converted to conditional execution format.
+ * CEINFO points to a data structure, struct ce_if_block, which contains
+ * information about the currently processed blocks.
+ *
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- I need to set this to properly take advantage of our conditional
+ * execution and conditional testing capabilities.
+ */
+// #warning "Need to come back to this."
+
+
+/* IFCVT_MODIFY_FINAL(CEINFO) ... A C expression to perform any final
+ * machine dependent modifications in converting code to conditional
+ * execution. The involved basic blocks can be found in struct ce_if_block
+ * structure pointed to be CEINFO.
+ *
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- I need to set this to properly take advantage of our conditional
+ * execution and conditional testing capabilities.
+ */
+// #warning "Need to come back to this."
+
+
+/* IFCVT_MODIFY_CANCEL(CEINFO) ... A C expression to cancel any machine
+ * dependent modifications in converting code to conditional execution. The
+ * involved basic blocks can be found in the struct ce_if_block structure that
+ * is pointed to by CEINFO.
+ *
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- I need to set this to properly take advantage of our conditional
+ * execution and conditional testing capabilities.
+ */
+// #warning "Need to come back to this."
+
+
+/* IFCVT_MACHDEP_INIT(CEINFO) ... A C expression to initialize any machine
+ * specific data for if-conversion of the if-block in the CEINFO block structure
+ * that is pointed by CEINFO.
+ *
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- I need to set this to properly take advantage of our conditional
+ * execution and conditional testing capabilities.
+ */
+// #warning "Need to come back to this."
+
+
+/* TARGET_MACHINE_DEPENDENT_REORG(VOID) ... If non-null, this hook performs a
+ * target specific pass over the instruction stream. The compiler will run it
+ * at all optimization levels, just before the point at which it normally does
+ * delayed branch scheduling.
+ *
+ * You need not implement the hook if it has nothing to do.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---This may be part of a later upgrade, but shouldn't be needed to
+ * just get us started.
+ */
+
+
+/* TARGET_INIT_BUILTINS(VOID) ... Define this hook if you ahve any machine
+ * specific builtin functions that need to be defined. It should be a function
+ * that performs the necessary setup. Machine specific builtin functions can be
+ * useful to expand special machine instructions that would otherwise not
+ * normally be generated because they have no equivalent in the source language.
+ *
+ * To create a built in function, call the function lang_hooks.builtin_function
+ * which is defined by the language front end. You can use any type nodes
+ * set up by build_common_tree_nodes; only language front ends that use those
+ * two functions will call "TARGET_INIT_BUILTINS".
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---We need to come back to this. We should have several built-ins
+ * defined: rtu(), wait(), halt(), save_context(cstackregno), and
+ * restore_context(cstackregno).
+ *
+ */
+#undef TARGET_INIT_BUILTINS
+#define TARGET_INIT_BUILTINS zip_init_builtins
+
+/* TARGET_BUILTIN_DECL(CODE,INITP) ... Define this hook if you have any
+ * machine specific builtin functions that need to be defined. It should be a
+ * function that returns the builtin function declaration for the builtin
+ * function code code. If there is no such builtin and it cannot be initialized
+ * at this time if INITP is true the function should return NULL_TREE. If
+ * CODE is out of range the fucntion should return error-mark_node.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU ... needs to be done, don't know how to do it yet.
+ */
+#undef TARGET_BUILTIN_DECL
+#define TARGET_BUILTIN_DECL zip_builtin_decl
+
+
+/* TARGET_EXPAND_BUILTIN(TREE,TGT,SUB,MODE,IGNORE) ... Expand a call to a
+ * machine specific built-in function that was set up by TARGET_INIT_BUILTINS.
+ * TREE is the expression for the function call; the result should go to
+ * TGT if that is convenient, and have mode MODE if that is convenient. SUB
+ * may be used as the target for computing one of EXP's operands. IGNORE is
+ * non-zero if the value is to be ignored. This function should return the
+ * result of the call to the built-in function.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU ... needs to do it, just to get our special intrinsic functions
+ */
+#define TARGET_EXPAND_BUILTIN zip_expand_builtin
+
+
+/* TARGET_BUILTIN_CHKP_FUNCTION(FCODE) ... Allows the target to redefine
+ * builtin functions used by Pointer Bounds Checker for code instrumentation.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- not interested.
+ */
+/* TARGET_CHKP_BOUND_TYPE
+ * TARGET_CHKP_MAKE_BOUNDS_CONSTANT
+ * TARGET_CHKP_INITIALIZE_BOUNDS
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- Same as last one.
+ */
+
+
+/* TARGET_RESOLVE_OVERLOADED_BUILTIN(LOC, FN, ARGS) ... Select a replacement
+ * for a machine specific built-in function that was set up by
+ * TARGET_INIT_BUILTINS.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- If I go to the trouble to create a builtin, why would I want
+ * to then overload it?
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_FOLD_BUILTIN(FN,NARGS,ARGP,IGNORE) ... Fold a call to a machine
+ * specific built-in function that was set up by 'TARGET_INIT_BUILTINS' FN
+ * is the declaration of the built-in function. NARGS is the number of
+ * arguments passed to the function; the arguments themselves are pointed to by
+ * ARGP. The result is another tree, valid for both GIMPLE and GENERIC,
+ * containing as simplified expression for the call's result. If IGNORE is
+ * true the value will be ignored.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- You know, this and the previous couple sound like something
+ * whereby I might be able replace bit-reversal code with my bit reverse
+ * instruction. That would be very useful, but not necessary to get me
+ * started.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_GIMPLE_FOLD_BUILTIN
+ * TARGET_COMPARE_VERSION_PRIORITY
+ * TARGET_GET_FUNCTION_VERSIONS_DISPATCHER
+ * TARGET_GENERATE_VERSION_DISPATCHER_BODY
+ * TARGET_CAN_USE_DOLOOP_P
+ * TARGET_INVALID_WITHIN_DOOLOOP
+ * TARGET_LEGITIMATE_COMBINED_INSN
+ * TARGET_CAN_FOLLOW_JUMP
+ * TARGET_COMMUTATIVE_P
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_ALLOCATE_INITIAL_VALUE(REGNO) ... When the initial value of a hard
+ * register has been copied in a pseudo register, it is often not necessary
+ * ...
+ */
+/* TARGET_UNSPEC_MAY_TRAP_P(RTX,FLAGS) ... This target hook returns nonzero in
+ * RTX, un unspec or unspec_volatile operation, might cause a trap. Targets
+ * can use this hook to enhance precision of analysis for unspec and
+ * unspec_volatile operations. You may call may_trap_p_1 to analyze inner
+ * elements of RTX in which case flags should be passed along.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_SET_CURRENT_FUNCTION(TREE) The compiler invokes this hook whenever
+ * it changes its current function context (CFUN). You can define this
+ * function if the back end needs to perform any initialization or reset
+ * actions on a per-function basis. For example, it may be used to implement
+ * function attributes that affect register usage or code generation patterns.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_OBJECT_SUFFIX ... Define this macro to be a C string representing the
+ * suffix for object files on your target machine. If you do not define this
+ * macro, GCC will use ".o" as the suffix for object files.
+ */
+#define TARGET_OBJECT_SUFFIX ".o"
+
+/* TARGET_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX
+ */
+#define TARGET_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX ""
+
+/* COLLECT_EXPORT_LIST ... If defined, collect2 will scan the individual object
+ * files specified on its command line and create an export list for the linker.
+ * Define this macro for systems like AIX, where the linker discards object
+ * files that are not referenced from main and uses export lists.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- shoudln't need this.
+ */
+
+/* MODIFY_JNI_METHOD_CALL(MDECL) ... Define this macro to a C expression
+ * representing a variant of the method call mdecl, if Java Native Interface
+ * (JNI) methods must be invoked differently from other methods on your
+ * target. For example, on 32-bit MSWindows, JNI methods must be invoked
+ * using the stdcall calling convention and this macro is then ...
+ *
+ * ZipCPU----Don't need this. (yet)
+ */
+
+
+/* TARGET_CANNOT_MODIFY_JUMPS_P ... This target hook returns true past the
+ * point in which a new jump instructions could be created. On machines that
+ * require a register for every jump such as the SHmedia ISA of SH5, this point
+ * would typically be reload, so thiss target hook should be defined to a
+ * function such as:
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- I don't get what this is for.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_BRANCH_TARGET_REGISTER_CLASS ... This target hook returns a register
+ * class for which branch target register optimizations should be applied. All
+ * registers in this class should be usable interchangably. After reload,
+ * registers in this class will be re-allocated and loads will be hoisted out of
+ * loops and be subjected to inter-block scheduling.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---GENERAL_REGS, but this should be a default already ...
+ */
+
+
+/* TARGET_BRANCH_TARGET_REGISTER_CALLEE_SAVED ... Branch target register
+ * optimization will by default exclude callee-saved registers that are not
+ * already live during the current function. If this target hook returns true,
+ * they will be included. The target code must then make sure that all target
+ * registers in the class returned by TARGET_BRANCH_REGISTER_CLASS that might
+ * be saved are saaved.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---
+ */
+
+
+/* TARGET_HAVE_CONDITIONAL_EXECUTION(VOID) ... This target hook returns true
+ * if the target supports conditional execution. This target hook is required
+ * only when the target has several different modes and they have different
+ * conditional execution capability, such as ARM.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---Yes! All instructions may be conditionally executed (except the
+ * long version load immediate ...)
+ */
+#define TARGET_HAVE_CONDITIONAL_EXECUTION hook_bool_void_true
+
+/* TARGET_GEN_CCMP_FIRST(PREP,GEN,CODE,OP0,OP1) .. This function prepares to
+ * emit a comparison instruction for the first compare in a sequence of
+ * conditional comparisons. It returns an appropriate comparison with CC for
+ * passing to gen_ccmp_next or cbranch_optab. The instructions to prepare the
+ * compare are saved in prep_seq and the compare instructions are saved in
+ * gen_seq. They will be emitted when all the compares in the conditional
+ * comparison are generated without error. CODE is the rtx_code of the compare
+ * for op0 and op1.
+ *
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---???
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_GEN_CCMP_NEXT(PREP,GEN,PREV,CMP,OP0,OP1,BITCODE) ... This function
+ * prepares to emit a conditional comparison within a sequence of conditional
+ * comparisons. It returns an appropriate comparison with CC for passing to
+ * gen_ccmp_next or cbranch_optab. The insn to prepare the compare are saved
+ * in prep_seq and the compare instructions are saved in gen_seq. They will be
+ * emitted when all the compares in the conditional comparison are generated
+ * without error. The pPREV expression is the result of a prior call to either
+ * gen_ccmp_first or gen_ccmp_next. It may return NULL if the combination of
+ * PREV and this comparison is not supported, otherwise the result must be the
+ * appropriate for passing to gen_ccmp_next or cbranch_optab. CODE is the RTX
+ * code of the compare for op0 and op1. BITCODE is AND or IOR, which is the op
+ * on the compares.
+ *
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- ???
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_LOOP_UNROLL_ADJUST(NUNROLL, LOOP) ... This target hook returns a new
+ * value for the number of times loop should be unrolled. The parameter NUNROLL
+ * is the number of times the loop is to be unrolled. The parameter loop is a
+ * pointer to the loop, which is going to be checked for unrolling. The target
+ * hook is required only when the target has special constraints like maximum number of memory accesses.
+ *
+ *
+ * ZipCPU -- ???
+ */
+
+
+/* POWI_MAX_MULTS ... If defined, this macro is interpreted as a signed integer
+ * C expression that specifies the maximum number of floating point
+ * multiplications that should be emitted when expanding exponentiation by an
+ * integer constant inline. When this value is defined, exponentiation
+ * requiring more than this number of multiplications is implemented by calling
+ * the system library's pow, powf, or powl routines. The default value
+ places no upper bound on the multiplication count.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---As we have no system library pow() routine (yet) ... we're not
+ * ready for this macro.
+ */
+
+
+/* TARGET_EXTRA_INCLUDES(SYSROOT, PFX, STDINC) ... This target hook should
+ * register any extra include files for the target. The parameter stdinc
+ * indicates if normal include files are present. The parameter SYSROOT is the
+ * system root directory. The parameter PFX is the prefix for the GCC
+ * directoiry.
+ *
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---None yet.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_EXTRA_PRE_INCLUDES(SYSROOT, PFX, STDINC) ... This target hook should
+ * register any extrra include files for the target before any standard headers.
+ * The parameter stdinc indicates if normal include files are present.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- None.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_OPTF(PATH) ... This target hook should register special include paths
+ * for the target. The parameter path is the integer to register. On Darwin
+ * systems, this is used for Framework includes, which have semantics that are
+ * different from -I.
+ *
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- None.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_USE_LOCAL_THUNK_ALIAS_P(FN) ... This target macro returns if it is
+ * safe to use a local alias for a virtual function FN when constructing
+ * thunks, false otherwise. By default, the macro returns true for all
+ * functions, if a target supports aliases (i.e. defines ASM_OUTPUT_DEF),
+ * false otherwise.
+ *
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- ???
+ */
+// #warning "ASM_OUTPUT_DEF's definition has not been considered"
+
+
+/* TARGET_FORMAT_TYPES ... If defined, this macro is the name of a global
+ * variable containing target-specific format checking information for the
+ * -Wformat option. The default is to have no target-specific format checks.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- Default
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_N_FORMAT_TYPES
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- Default
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_OVERRIDES_FORMAT_ATTRIBUTES ... If defined, this macro is the name of
+ * a global variable containing target-specific format overrides for the
+ * -Wformat option. The default is to have no target specific format overrides.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- Default
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_OVERRIDEES_FORMAT_ATTRIBUTES
+ * TARGET_OVERRIDEES_FORMAT_ATTRIBUTES_COUNT
+ *
+ * If defined, the (first) macro is the name of a global variable containing
+ * target-specific format overrides for the -Wformat option.
+ */
+/* TARGET_OVERRIDES_FORMAT_INIT ... If defined, this macro specifies the
+ * optional initialization routine for target specific customizations of the
+* system printf and scanf formatter settings.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_INVALID_ARG_FOR_UNPROTOTYPED_FN(TLIST,FN,VAL) ... If defined, this
+ * macro returns the diagnostic message when it is illegal to pass an argument
+ * VAL to function FN with prototype TLIST.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---Default.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_INVALID_CONVERSION
+ * TARGET_INVALID_UNARY_OP
+ * TARGET_INVALID_BINARY_OP
+ * TARGET_INVALID_PARAMETER_TYPE
+ * TARGET_INVALID_RETURN_TYPE
+ * TARGET_PROMOTED_TYPE
+ * TARGET_CONVERT_TO_TYPE
+ * TARGET_USE_JCR_SECTION_TYPE
+ * OBJC_JBLEN
+ * LIBGCC2_UNWIND_ATTRIBUTE
+ * TARGET_UPDATE_STACK_BOUNDARY
+ * TARGET_GET_DRAP_RTX
+ * TARGET_ALLOCATE_STACK_SLOTS_FOR_ARGS
+ */
+/* TARGET_CONST_ANCHOR ... On some architectures it can take multiple
+ * instructions to synthesize a constant. If there is another constant already
+ * in a register that is close enough in value then it is preferable that the
+ * new constant is computed from the register using immediate addition or
+ * subtraction. We accomplish this through CSE. Besides the value of the
+ * constant we also add a lower and an upper constant anchor to the available
+ * expressions. These are then queried when encountering new constants. The
+ * anchors are computed by rounding the constant up and down to a multiple of
+ * the value of TARGET_CONST_ANCHOR. TARGET_CONST_ANCHOR should be the maximum
+ * positive value accepted by immediate-add plus one. We currently assume that
+ * the value of TARGET_CONST_ANCHOR is a poewr of 2. For example, on MIPS,
+ * where add-immediate takes a 16-bit signed value, TARGET_CONST_ANCHOR is set
+ * to 0x8000. The default value is zero, which disables this optimization.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---One of the great strengths of the ZipCPU ISA is its ability to
+ * access registers plus immediates. To use this, we *need* this capability.
+ * So, we define it here. (to 0x20000, or 2^17 because we can handle 18-bits of
+ * signed immediate offsets)
+ *
+ * On ZipCPU---2^17
+ */
+#define TARGET_CONST_ANCHOR zip_const_anchor
+
+/* TARGET_ASAN_SHADOW_OFFSET ... Return the offset bitwise ored into shifted
+ * address to get corresponding Address Sanitizer shadow memory address. NULL
+ * if address Sanitizer is not supported by the target.
+ */
+#define TARGET_ASAN_SHADOW_OFFSET NULL
+
+/* TARGET_MEMMODEL_CHECK
+ */
+/* TARGET_ATOMIC_TEST_AND_SET_TRUEVAL ... This value should be set if the result
+ * written by atomic test and set is not exactly 1, i.e. the bool true.
+ */
+/* TARGET_HAS_IFUNC_P ... It returns true if the target supports GNU indirect
+ * functions. The support includes the assembler, linker, and dynamic linker.
+ * The default value of this hook is based on target's libc.
+ */
+#define TARGET_HAS_IFUNC_P hook_bool_void_true
+
+/* TARGET_ATOMIC_ALIGN_FOR_MODE(MODE) ... If defined, this function returns
+ * an appropriate alignment in bits for an atomic object of machine mode
+ * MODE. If 0 is returned then the default alignment for the specified mode
+ * is used.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---Both default and 2 would be valid. We'll stick to the default.
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_ATOMIC_ASSIGN_EXPAND_FENV --- ISO C11 requires atomic compound
+ * assignments that may raise floating-point exceptions to raise exceptions
+ * corresponding to the arithmetic operation whose result was successfully
+ * stored in a compare-and-exchange sequence. This requires code equivalent to
+ * calls to feholdexcept, feclearexcept and feupdateenv to be generated at
+ * appropriate points in the compare-and-exchange sequence. This hook should
+ * set *hold to an expression equivalent
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- ???
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_RECORD_OFFLOAD_SYMBOL ... Used when offloaded functions are seen in
+ * the compilation unit and no named sections are available. It is called once
+ * for each symbol that must be recorded in the offload function and variable
+ * table.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU --- Offloaded functions?
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_OFFLOAD_OPTIONS
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---none defined
+ */
+
+/* TARGET_SUPPORTS_WIDE_INT ... On older ports, large integers are stored
+ * in CONST_DOUBLE rtl objects. Newer ports define TARGET_SUPPORTS_WIDE_INT
+ * to be nonzero to indicate that large integers are stored in CONST_WIDE_INT
+ * rtl objects. The CONST_WIDE_INT allows very large integer constants to be
+ * represented. CONST_DOUBLE is limited to twice the size of the hosts
+ * HOST_WIDE_INT representation.
+ *
+ * ZipCPU---We don't need these yet, so this isn't yet relevant. (These ints
+ * are wider than DImode ...)
+ */
+#define TARGET_SUPPORTS_WIDE_INT 0
+
+
+/* Now, for the prototype functions ...*/
+// These have been moved to zip-protos.h
+
+// extern void zip_init_builtins(void);
+// extern void zip_asm_output_anchor(rtx x);
+// extern bool zip_legitimate_address_p(enum machine_mode mode, rtx x, bool string);
+// extern void zip_asm_trampoline_template(FILE *);
+// extern void zip_initial_elimination_offset(int from, int to);
+// extern void zip_print_operand(FILE *stream, rtx *x, int code);
+// extern void zip_print_operand_address(FILE *stream, rtx *x);
+// extern void zip_asm_output_def(FILE *s, const char *n, const char *v);
+// extern void zip_update_cc_notice(rtx exp, rtx_insn *insn);
+// extern int zip_address_operand(rtx op);
+// extern int zip_const_address_operand(rtx op);
+// extern void zip_expand_prologue(void);
+// extern void zip_expand_epilogue(void);
+// extern bool zip_gen_move_rtl(rtx, rtx);
+// extern bool zip_load_address_lod(rtx, rtx);
+// extern bool zip_load_address_sto(rtx, rtx);
+// extern void zip_print_operand(FILE *fp, rtx x, int code);
+// extern void zip_print_operand_address(FILE *fp, rtx x);
+// extern bool zip_use_return_insn(void);
+
+#define QImode SImode
+#define HImode SImode
+
+#include "insn-modes.h"
+#include "zip-protos.h"
+
+#endif /* GCC_ZIP_H */
+
diff -Naur '--exclude=*.swp' gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/zip/zip.md gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/zip/zip.md
--- gcc-5.3.0-original/gcc/config/zip/zip.md 1969-12-31 19:00:00.000000000 -0500
+++ gcc-5.3.0-zip/gcc/config/zip/zip.md 2016-03-05 20:46:16.437972832 -0500
@@ -0,0 +1,1696 @@
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;;
+;; Filename: zip.md
+;;
+;; Project: Zip CPU -- a small, lightweight, RISC CPU soft core
+;;
+;; Purpose: This is the machine description of the Zip CPU as needed by the
+;; GNU compiler collection (GCC).
+;;
+;;
+;; Creator: Dan Gisselquist, Ph.D.
+;; Gisselquist Technology, LLC
+;;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;;
+;; Copyright (C) 2015, Gisselquist Technology, LLC
+;;
+;; This program is free software (firmware): you can redistribute it and/or
+;; modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published
+;; by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at
+;; your option) any later version.
+;;
+;; This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
+;; ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTIBILITY or
+;; FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License
+;; for more details.
+;;
+;; License: GPL, v3, as defined and found on www.gnu.org,
+;; http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
+;;
+;;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;;
+;;
+;; - Immediate integer operand constraints
+;; 'I' -2^22 ... 2^22-1, or -4194304 .. 4194303 (LDI insn)
+;; 'M' -2^12 ... 2^12-1, or -4096 ... 4095 (MOV offset)
+;; 'N' -2^14 ... 2^14-1, or -16384 ... 16383 (OpB offset)
+;; 'O' -2^17 ... 2^17-1, or -131072 ... 131071 (OpB Immediate)
+;; 'R' 0...31 (Shift value)
+;; - Memory constraints
+;; 'Q' Op-B capable references to memory
+;; 'S' References to constant memory
+;; - Address constraints
+;; 'P' Op-B capable references to memory
+;; 'T' Constant memory addresses
+(define_constraint "M"
+ "An 13-bit signed immediate such as a MOV instruction can handle"
+ (and (match_code "const_int")
+ (match_test "(ival < 0x1000) && (ival >= -0x1000)")))
+(define_constraint "N"
+ "An 14-bit signed immediate offset such as an Op-B register offset"
+ (and (match_code "const_int")
+ (match_test "(ival < 0x2000) && (ival >= -0x2000)")))
+(define_constraint "O"
+ "An 18-bit signed immediate such as an Op-B Immediate can handle"
+ (and (match_code "const_int")
+ (match_test "(ival < 0x20000) && (ival >= -0x20000)")))
+(define_constraint "R"
+ "Bits that a value may be shifted"
+ (and (match_code "const_int")
+ (match_test "(ival < 32) && (ival >= 0)")))
+;;
+;
+;
+; Our builtin functions, by identifier
+;
+(define_constants
+ [(UNSPEC_RTU 1)
+ (UNSPEC_HALT 2)
+ (UNSPEC_IDLE 3)
+ (UNSPEC_SYSCALL 4)
+ (UNSPEC_SAVE_CONTEXT 5)
+ (UNSPEC_RESTORE_CONTEXT 6)
+ (UNSPEC_BITREV 7)
+ (UNSPEC_GETCC 8)
+ (UNSPEC_LDILO 9)
+ ])
+;
+;
+; Registers by name
+(define_constants
+ [(RTN_REG 0) ; Return address register
+ (RTNV_REG 1) ; Subroutine return value register
+ (AP_REG 10) ; Hopefully never used
+ (GBL_REG 11) ; Hopefully never used, but just in case ...
+ (FP_REG 12)
+ (SP_REG 13)
+ (CC_REG 14)
+ (PC_REG 15)
+ ])
+;
+;
+;
+
+;; Predicates
+(define_predicate "zip_const_address_operand_p"
+ (match_code "symbol_ref,const,label_ref,code_label")
+{
+ return zip_const_address_operand(op);
+})
+
+(define_predicate "zip_address_operand_p"
+ (match_code "reg,plus")
+{
+ return zip_pd_address_operand(op);
+})
+
+(define_predicate "zip_mov_operand_p"
+ (match_code "reg,plus")
+{
+ return zip_pd_mov_operand(op);
+})
+
+(define_predicate "zip_memory_operand_p"
+ (match_code "mem")
+{
+ return zip_pd_address_operand(XEXP(op,0));
+})
+
+;; Constraints
+;
+(define_memory_constraint "S"
+ "Any memory referenced by a constant address, possibly unknown at compile time"
+ (and (match_code "mem")
+ (match_test "zip_ct_const_address_operand(XEXP(op,0))")))
+(define_memory_constraint "Q"
+ "Any memory addressed suitably for a load or store instruction"
+ (and (match_code "mem")
+ (match_test "zip_ct_address_operand(XEXP(op,0))")))
+(define_address_constraint "U"
+ "An address suitable for a load or store instruction"
+ (and (match_code "reg,plus")
+ (match_test "zip_ct_address_operand(op)")))
+(define_address_constraint "T"
+ "Any constant address, to include those made by symbols unknown at compile time"
+ (and (match_code "label_ref,code_label,symbol_ref,const")
+ (match_test "zip_ct_const_address_operand(op)")))
+;
+;
+;; Attributes
+;
+(define_attr "predicable" "no,yes" (const_string "yes"))
+(define_attr "conditional" "no,yes" (const_string "no"))
+(define_attr "ccresult" "set,unknown,unchanged,validzn" (const_string "set"))
+;
+; Mode attributes
+; (define_mode_iterator ZI [QI HI SI])
+; (define_mode_attr zipa [(QI "") (HI "") (SI "")])
+(define_mode_iterator ZI [SI])
+(define_mode_attr zipa [(SI "")])
+;
+;
+;
+;; Instructions
+;
+; (define_insn
+; optional name
+; RTL template -- a vector of incomplete RTL expressions describing the
+; semantics of the instruction. It is incomplete because it may
+; contain match_operand, match_operator, and match_dup expressions
+; The condition --- contains a C expression, may be an empty string
+; output template or output statement--fragment of C code returning a str
+; Attributes --
+; )
+;
+; (match_operand:m n predicate constraint)
+; Placeholder for operand #n of the instruction
+; Predicate string that is the name of a fucntion w/ 2 arguments:
+; (expression, machine mode)
+; we can build functions:
+; "isregister" to describe a register
+; "isimmediate" to describe an immediate
+; "offsetreg" to describe a register plus offset
+; "anyregister" to describe *ANY* register (uRx or Rx)
+; But ... functions "address_operand", "immediate_operand",
+; "register_operand", "indirect_operand"
+; "comparison_operatot" and "ordered_comparison_operator"
+; are also available--be aware, they include more comparisons
+; than Zip CPU can do.
+;
+;
+;
+;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;;
+;; Move instructions: both
+; (arbitrary) from variables to variables, but this gets
+; expanded into:
+; from registers to registers
+; from immediates to registers
+;;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;
+;
+;
+(define_expand "mov<mode>"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "nonimmediate_operand" "") ; =r,Q,r,r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 1 "general_operand" ""))] ; r,r,Q,i"))]
+ ""
+ {/* Everything except mem=const or mem=mem can be done easily */
+ if (zip_gen_move_rtl(operands[0], operands[1]))
+ DONE;
+ else internal_error("%s", "Zip/No usable movsi expansion\n");
+ }
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "unchanged")])
+(define_insn "mov<mode>_reg" ; Register to register move
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "r"))]
+ ""
+ "MOV %1,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "unchanged")])
+(define_insn "mov<mode>_reg_off" ; Register to register move
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (plus:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "const_int_operand" "M")))]
+ ""
+ "MOV %2(%1),%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "unchanged")])
+(define_insn "mov<mode>_lod" ; Load from memory
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 1 "zip_memory_operand_p" "Q"))]
+ ""
+ "LOD %1,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "unchanged")])
+(define_insn "mov<mode>_sto" ; Store into memory
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "zip_memory_operand_p" "=Q")
+ (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "r"))]
+ ""
+ "STO %1,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "unchanged")])
+(define_insn "mov<mode>_ldi" ; Load immediate
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 1 "immediate_operand" "ipU"))]
+ ""
+ "LDI %1,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "unchanged")])
+;
+;
+;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;;
+;; Load and store multiple values
+;;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;
+; So far, from the code I've seen from GCC's output,
+; these instructions do not appear to be necessary.
+;
+;(define_insn "load_multiple"
+; for(a=0; a<%2; a++)
+; LOD a(%1),%0+a
+;(define_insn "store_multiple"
+; for(a=0; a<%2; a++)
+; STO %0+a,a(%1)
+; pushsi -- Do not define, compiler will work around it nicely w/o our help
+;
+;
+;
+;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;;
+;; General arithmetic instructions
+;;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;
+;
+;
+;
+(define_insn "add<mode>3" ; Fastest/best instruction always goes first
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (plus:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "general_operand" "0")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "general_operand" "rO")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "ADD %2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_insn "add<mode>3_off" ; Fastest/best instruction always goes first
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (plus:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "general_operand" "0")
+ (plus:ZI (match_operand:ZI 2 "general_operand" "r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 3 "const_int_operand" "N"))))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "ADD %3+%2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+;
+;
+;
+(define_insn "sub<mode>3"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (minus:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "general_operand" "0")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "general_operand" "rO")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "SUB %2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_insn "sub<mode>3_off"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (minus:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "general_operand" "0")
+ (plus:ZI (match_operand:ZI 2 "general_operand" "%r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 3 "const_int_operand" "N"))))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "SUB %3+%2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_insn "mul<mode>3"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (mult:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "%r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "register_operand" "r")))
+ (clobber (match_scratch:ZI 3 "=r"))]
+ ; "(R0 != R1)&&(R0 != R2)&&(R0!=R3)&&(R1!=R2)&&(R1=R3)&&(R2!=R3)"
+ ""
+ "MOV %1,%0
+ MPYS %2,%0
+ MOV %1,%3
+ ROL 16,%3
+ MPYS %2,%3
+ ROL 16,%3
+ AND 0x0ffff,%3
+ ADD %3,%0
+ MOV %2,%3
+ ROL 16,%3
+ MPYS %1,%3
+ ROL 16,%3
+ AND 0x0ffff,%3
+ ADD %3,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+
+(define_insn "div<mode>3"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (div:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "general_operand" "0")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "general_operand" "rO")))]
+ ""
+ "DIVS %2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_insn "div<mode>3_off"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (div:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "general_operand" "0")
+ (plus:ZI (match_operand:ZI 2 "general_operand" "r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 3 "const_int_operand" "N"))))]
+ ""
+ "DIVS %3+%2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_insn "udiv<mode>3"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (udiv:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "general_operand" "0")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "general_operand" "rO")))]
+ ""
+ "DIVU %2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_insn "udiv<mode>3_off"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (udiv:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "general_operand" "0")
+ (plus:ZI (match_operand:ZI 2 "general_operand" "r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 3 "const_int_operand" "N"))))]
+ ""
+ "DIVU %3+%2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+;;
+;; modsi3
+;; umodsi3
+;;
+(define_insn "umin<mode>3"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (umin:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "%0")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "register_operand" "r")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "CMP %0,%2
+ MOV.C %2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+(define_insn "umax<mode>3"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (umax:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "%0")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "register_operand" "r")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "CMP %2,%0
+ MOV.C %2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+(define_insn "smin<mode>3"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (smin:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "%0")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "register_operand" "r")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "CMP %2,%0
+ MOV.GT %2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+(define_insn "smax<mode>3"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (smax:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "%0")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "register_operand" "r")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "CMP %0,%2
+ MOV.LT %2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+(define_insn "and<mode>3"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (and:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "%0")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "general_operand" "rO")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "AND %2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_insn "and<mode>3_off"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (and:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "0")
+ (plus:ZI (match_operand:ZI 2 "register_operand" "r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 3 "const_int_operand" "N"))))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "AND %3+%2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_insn "ior<mode>3"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (ior:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "%0")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "general_operand" "rO")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "OR %2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_insn "ior<mode>3_off"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (ior:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "0")
+ (plus:ZI (match_operand:ZI 2 "register_operand" "r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 3 "general_operand" "N"))))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "OR %3+%2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_insn "xor<mode>3"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (xor:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "%0")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "general_operand" "rO")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "XOR %2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_insn "xor<mode>3_off"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (xor:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "0")
+ (plus:ZI (match_operand:ZI 2 "register_operand" "r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 3 "general_operand" "N"))))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "XOR %3+%2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+;(define_insn "addv<mode>4"
+ ;[(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ ;(plus:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "%r")
+ ;(match_operand:ZI 2 "general_operand" "rO")))
+ ;(set (pc) (if_then_else (eq (cc0) (const_int 0))
+ ;(label_ref (match_operand 3))
+ ;(pc)))]
+ ;""
+ ;"MOV %1,%0
+ ;ADD %2,%0
+ ;BV %3"
+ ;[(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+;;(define_insn "subvsi4"
+;; MOV %1,%0
+;; SUB %2,%0
+;; BV %3
+;;(mulvsi4)
+;;(define_insn "uaddvsi4"
+;; ADD %2,%0
+;; BC %3
+;;(define_insn "usubvsi4"
+;; MOV %1,%0
+;; SUB %2,%0
+;; BC %3
+;;
+;; (define_insn "umulvsi4"
+;; ... ???)
+;;
+(define_insn "ashr<mode>3"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (ashiftrt:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "0")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "general_operand" "rR")))]
+ ""
+ "ASR %2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_insn "lshr<mode>3"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (lshiftrt:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "0")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "register_operand" "rR")))]
+ ""
+ "LSR %2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_insn "rotl<mode>3"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (rotate:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "0")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "general_operand" "rR")))]
+ ""
+ "ROL %2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+;
+(define_insn "neg<mode>2"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (neg:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "r")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "NEG %1,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "validzn")])
+(define_insn "abs<mode>2"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (abs:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "0")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "TEST %0
+ NEG.LT %0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+(define_insn "popcount<mode>2"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (popcount:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "r")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "POPC %1,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_expand "parity<mode>2"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (popcount:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "r")))
+ (set (match_dup:ZI 0) (and:ZI (match_dup:ZI 0) (const_int -2)))
+ ])
+(define_insn "one_cmpl<mode>2"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (not:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "0")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "XOR -1,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+;
+;
+;
+;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;;
+;; General arithmetic instructions -- double words
+;;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;
+;
+;
+(define_insn "adddi3" ; Fastest/best instruction always goes first
+ [(set (match_operand:DI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (plus:DI (match_operand:DI 1 "general_operand" "0")
+ (match_operand:DI 2 "register_operand" "r")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "ADD %L2,%L0\n\tADD.C\t1,%H0\n\tADD\t%H2,%H0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+;
+(define_insn "subdi3"
+ [(set (match_operand:DI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (minus:DI (match_operand:DI 1 "general_operand" "0")
+ (match_operand:DI 2 "register_operand" "r")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "SUB %L2,%L0\n\tSUB.C\t1,%H0\n\tSUB\t%H2,%H0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+;
+(define_insn "anddi3"
+ [(set (match_operand:DI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (and:DI (match_operand:DI 1 "register_operand" "%0")
+ (match_operand:DI 2 "register_operand" "r")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "AND %L2,%L0\n\tAND\t%H2,%H0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+;
+(define_insn "iordi3"
+ [(set (match_operand:DI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (ior:DI (match_operand:DI 1 "register_operand" "%0")
+ (match_operand:DI 2 "register_operand" "r")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "OR %2,%0\n\tOR\t%H2,%H0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+;
+(define_insn "xordi3"
+ [(set (match_operand:DI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (xor:DI (match_operand:DI 1 "register_operand" "%0")
+ (match_operand:DI 2 "register_operand" "r")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "XOR %2,%0\n\tXOR\t%H2,%H0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+;
+(define_insn "negdi2"
+ [(set (match_operand:DI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (neg:DI (match_operand:DI 1 "register_operand" "0")))]
+ ""
+ "XOR -1,%L0\n\tXOR\t-1,%H0\n\tADD\t1,%L0\n\tADD.C\t1,%H0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+;
+(define_insn "absdi2"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (abs:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "0")))
+ (clobber (match_scratch:SI 2 "=r"))]
+ ""
+ "CLR %2
+ TEST %H0 ; Problem, we can't tell conditions
+ LDILO.LT 1,%2
+ XOR.LT -1,%L0
+ XOR.LT -1,%H0
+ ADD %2,%L0
+ ADD.C %1,%HI"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+(define_insn "one_cmpldi2"
+ [(set (match_operand:DI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (not:DI (match_operand:DI 1 "register_operand" "0")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "XOR -1,%L0\n\tXOR\t-1,%H0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+(define_insn "umindi3"
+ [(set (match_operand:DI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (umin:DI (match_operand:DI 1 "register_operand" "%0")
+ (match_operand:DI 2 "register_operand" "r")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "CMP %H0,%H2
+ CMP.Z %L0,%L2
+ MOV.C %H2,%H0
+ MOV.C %L2,%L0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+(define_insn "umaxdi3"
+ [(set (match_operand:DI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (umax:DI (match_operand:DI 1 "register_operand" "%0")
+ (match_operand:DI 2 "register_operand" "r")))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "CMP %H2,%H0
+ CMP.Z %L2,%L0
+ MOV.C %H2,%H0
+ MOV.C %L2,%L0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+(define_insn "popcountdi2"
+ [(set (match_operand:SI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (popcount (match_operand:DI 1 "register_operand" "r")))
+ (clobber (match_scratch:SI 2 "=r"))
+ ]
+ ""
+ "POPC %L1,%0
+ POPC %H1,%2
+ ADD %2,%0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_expand "paritydi2"
+ [(set (match_operand:SI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (popcount (match_operand:DI 1 "register_operand" "r")))
+ (set (match_dup 0) (and:SI (match_dup 0) (const_int -2)))
+ ])
+;
+; Still missing DI instructions for smin:DI, smax:DI, movdicc, adddicc,
+; mult:di, div:di, divu:di
+;
+;
+;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;;
+;; Conditional arithmetic instructions
+;;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;
+;
+;
+;
+(define_expand "cstore<mode>4" ; Store 0 or 1 in %0 based on cmp between %2&%3
+ [(set (cc0) (compare (match_operand:ZI 2 "register_operand" "r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 3 "nonmemory_operand" "rO")))
+ (set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r") (if_then_else:ZI
+ (match_operator 1 "ordered_comparison_operator"
+ [(cc0) (const_int 0)])
+ (const_int 1) (const_int 0)))]
+ ""
+ )
+(define_insn "cstoredi4" ; Store 0 or 1 in %0 based on cmp between %2&%3
+ [(set (match_operand:SI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (if_then_else:SI (match_operator 1 "ordered_comparison_operator"
+ [(compare (match_operand:DI 2 "register_operand" "r")
+ (match_operand:DI 3 "register_operand" "r"))])
+ (const_int 1) (const_int 0)))]
+ ""
+ {
+ switch(GET_CODE(operands[1])) {
+ case EQ: return "CLR\t%0\n\tCMP\t%H3,%H2\n\tCMP.Z\t%L3,%L2\n\tLDILO.Z\t1,%0\n";
+ case NE: return "CLR\t%0\n\tCMP\t%H3,%H2\n\tCMP.NZ\t%L3,%L2\n\tLDILO.NZ\t1,%0\n";
+ case LTU: return "CLR\t%0\n\tCMP\t%H3,%H2\n\tCMP.Z\t%L3,%L2\n\tLDILO.C\t1,%0\n";
+ case LEU: return "CLR\t%0\n\tCMP\t%H3,%H2\n\tCMP.Z\t%L3,%L2\n\tLDILO.C\t1,%0\n\tLDILO.Z\t1,%0\n";
+ case GTU: return "CLR\t%0\n\tCMP\t%H2,%H3\n\tCMP.Z\t%L2,%L3\n\tLDILO.C\t1,%0\n";
+ case GEU: return "CLR\t%0\n\tCMP\t%H2,%H3\n\tCMP.Z\t%L2,%L3\n\tLDILO.C\t1,%0\n\tLDILO.Z\t1,%0\n";
+ default:
+ gcc_unreachable();
+ }
+ }
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+;
+;
+;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;;
+;; Comparison instructions, both compare and test
+;;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;
+;
+;
+;; This will only work so well, since the direction of the compare is
+;; important in unsigned compares.
+;;
+(define_insn "cmp<mode>"
+ [(set (cc0) (compare (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 1 "nonmemory_operand" "rO")))]
+ ""
+ "CMP\t%1,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_insn "cmp<mode>_off"
+ [(set (cc0) (compare (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "r")
+ (plus:ZI (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "const_int_operand" "N"))))]
+ ""
+ "CMP\t%2+%1,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_insn "test<mode>"
+ [(set (cc0) (compare (and:ZI (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 1 "nonmemory_operand" "rO"))
+ (const_int 0)))]
+ ""
+ "TEST %1,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_insn "test<mode>_off"
+ [(set (cc0) (compare (and:ZI (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "r")
+ (plus:ZI
+ (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "const_int_operand" "N")))
+ (const_int 0)))]
+ ""
+ "TEST %2+%1,%0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "set")])
+(define_insn "nop"
+ [(const_int 0)]
+ ""
+ "NOOP"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "unchanged")])
+;
+;
+;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;;
+;; Conditional execution predicates
+;;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;
+; Sadly, these aren't complete like they should be. Although these are all of
+; the conditional execution prefixes that the Zip CPU supports, GCC looks for
+; other conditions then these. That is, (cond_exec ...) is not as well
+; recognized as (if_then_else ...). So we have to duplicate things to support
+; both methods.
+;
+(define_cond_exec
+ [(ne (cc0) (const_int 0))]
+ ""
+ "(NZ)"
+ [(set_attr "conditional" "yes")])
+(define_cond_exec
+ [(lt (cc0) (const_int 0))]
+ ""
+ "(LT)"
+ [(set_attr "conditional" "yes")])
+(define_cond_exec
+ [(eq (cc0) (const_int 0))]
+ ""
+ "(Z)"
+ [(set_attr "conditional" "yes")])
+(define_cond_exec
+ [(gt (cc0) (const_int 0))]
+ ""
+ "(GT)"
+ [(set_attr "conditional" "yes")])
+(define_cond_exec
+ [(ge (cc0) (const_int 0))]
+ ""
+ "(GE)"
+ [(set_attr "conditional" "yes")])
+(define_cond_exec
+ [(ltu (cc0) (const_int 0))]
+ ""
+ "(C)"
+ [(set_attr "conditional" "yes")])
+;
+;
+;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;;
+;; Conditional move instructions, since these won't accept conditional
+;; execution RTL
+;;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;
+; // Look for #define HAVE_conditional_move to understand how these might be
+; // used.
+;
+(define_insn "set_zero_or_one<mode>"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r") (if_then_else:ZI
+ (match_operator 1 "ordered_comparison_operator"
+ [(cc0) (const_int 0)])
+ (const_int 1) (const_int 0)))]
+ ""
+ { return (zip_set_zero_or_one(operands[1], operands[0]));
+ }
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unchanged")])
+(define_insn "mov<mode>cc"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r")
+ (if_then_else:ZI (match_operator 1 "ordered_comparison_operator"
+ [(cc0) (const_int 0)])
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "general_operand" "rio")
+ (match_operand:ZI 3 "nonmemory_operand" "rio")))]
+ ""
+ {
+ return zip_movsicc(operands[0], operands[1], operands[2], operands[3]);
+ }
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unchanged")])
+(define_insn "add<mode>cc"
+ [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "register_operand" "=r,r")
+ (if_then_else:ZI (match_operator 1 "ordered_comparison_operator"
+ [(cc0) (const_int 0)])
+ (plus:ZI (match_operand:ZI 2 "register_operand" "0,r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 3 "nonmemory_operand" "rO,M"))
+ (match_dup 0)))]
+ ""
+ {
+ return zip_addsicc(operands[0], operands[1], operands[2], operands[3]);
+ }
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unchanged")])
+;
+;
+;(define_expand "mov<mode>cc"
+; [(set (match_operand:ZI 0 "general_operand" "=rm,rm,r,r,r"
+; (if_then_else:ZI (match_operator 1 "ordered_comparison_operator"
+; [(cc0) (const_int 0)])
+; (match_operand:ZI 2 "general_operand" "0,r,0,m,rm")
+; (match_operand:ZI 3 "general_operand" "r,0,m,0,rm"))))]
+; )
+;
+;
+;
+; While an interesting approach, the following suffers from problems when the
+; move amount is constant. At anything less than four, moves should not require
+; the movmemSI instruction. At anything greater, if constant, the initial tests
+; are not required and should result in a hardcoded result. Practically,
+; though, this should really be a define_expand instruction, calling on the
+; RTX's of all the respective subinstructions found below.
+;
+;(define_insn "movmemSI"
+; [(parallel [(set (mem:BLK (match_operand 0 "register_operand" "+r"));Dst
+; (mem:BLK (match_operand 1 "register_operand" "+r")));Src
+; (use (match_operand:SI 2 "register_operand" "+r"))]); Length
+; (match_operand 3 "" "") ;Alignment
+; (clobber (match_scratch:SI 4 "=r"))
+; (clobber (match_scratch:SI 5 "=r"))
+; (clobber (match_scratch:SI 6 "=r"))
+; (clobber (match_scratch:SI 7 "=r"))]
+; ""
+; "TEST\t1,%2
+; LOD.NZ\t%1,%4
+; STO.NZ\t%4,%0
+; ADD.NZ\t1,%0
+; ADD.NZ\t1,%1
+; TEST\t2,%2
+; LOD.NZ\t%1,%4
+; LOD.NZ\t1(%1),%5
+; STO.NZ\t%4,(%0)
+; STO.NZ\t%4,1(%0)
+; ADD.NZ\t2,%0
+; ADD.NZ\t2,%1
+; AND\t-4,%2
+; BZ\t.Lskp%=\n.Ltop%=:
+; LOD\t(%1),%4
+; LOD\t1(%1),%5
+; LOD\t2(%1,%6
+; LOD\t3(%1),%7
+; STO\t%4,(%1)
+; STO\t%5,1(%1)
+; STO\t%6,2(%1)
+; STO\t%7,3(%1)
+; SUB\t4,%2
+; BZ\t%.Lskp%=
+; BRA\t.Ltop%=\n.Lskp%=:"
+; [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+;(define_insn "setmemsi"
+; [(parallel
+; [(set (mem:BLK
+; (match_operand 0 "register_operand" "+r")); Destination
+; (match_operand:SI 2 "register_operand" "r")) ; Source
+; (use (match_operand:SI 1 "register_operand" "+r"))]) ; Length
+; (match_operand 3 "" "")]
+; ""
+; "TEST\t1,%1
+; STO.NZ\t%2,(%0)
+; ADD.NZ\t1,%0
+; TEST\t2,%1
+; STO.NZ\t%2,(%0)
+; STO.NZ\t%2,1(%0)
+; ADD.NZ\t2,%0
+; AND\t-4,%1
+; BZ\t.Lskp%=\n.Ltop%=:\n
+; STO\t%2,(%0)
+; STO\t%2,1(%0)
+; STO\t%2,2(%0)
+; STO\t%2,3(%0)
+; SUB\t%4,%0
+; BZ\t.Lskp%=
+; BRA\t.Ltop%=\n.Lskp%=:"
+; [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unknown")])
+;;
+;
+;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;;
+;; Control flow instructions
+;;
+;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
+;
+;
+;
+(define_expand "jump"
+ [(set (pc)
+ (label_ref (match_operand 0 "" "")))]); // Was general-op, "mro"
+(define_insn "jump_const" ; Must be modeless, VOIDmode, not SI or any othr
+ [(set (pc) ; Otherwise it won't accept jumps to labels
+ (match_operand:SI 0 "zip_const_address_operand_p" ""))]
+ ""
+ "BRA %0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unchanged")])
+(define_insn "jump_label" ; Must be modeless, VOIDmode, not SI or any othr
+ [(set (pc) ; Otherwise it won't accept jumps to labels
+ (label_ref (match_operand 0 "" "")))]
+ ""
+ "BRA %0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no") (set_attr "ccresult" "unchanged")])
+;
+; This is really the same thing as an indirect jump ... the big difference
+; is that the zip_address_operand_p checks for an "N" type condition, not an
+; "M" type condition ... a bug, but one that works for now. (The assembler
+; should be able to catch and except on it ...)
+;
+; #warning "This predicate is appropriate for non-moves, but not for JMPs"
+(define_insn "jump_variable"
+ [(set (pc)
+ (match_operand:SI 0 "zip_address_operand_p" ""))]
+ ""
+ "JMP %0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "unchanged")])
+;
+; Indirect jumps ... both to registers, and registers plus offsets
+;
+(define_insn "indirect_jump"
+ [(set (pc)
+ (match_operand:SI 0 "register_operand" "r"))]
+ ""
+ "JMP %0"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "unchanged")])
+(define_insn "indirect_jump_mem"
+ [(set (pc) (match_operand:SI 0 "zip_memory_operand_p" "o"))]
+ ""
+ "LOD %0,PC"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "unchanged")])
+(define_insn "indirect_jump_off"
+ [(set (pc)
+ (plus:SI (match_operand:SI 0 "register_operand" "r")
+ (match_operand:SI 1 "const_int_operand" "M")))]
+ ""
+ "JMP %1(%0)"
+ [(set_attr "ccresult" "unchanged")])
+;;
+; cbranchsi4
+;; Op 0 = the comparison operator (le,lt,eq,ne,gt,ge,and usgn ltu,geu,etc.)
+;; Op 1&2 the operands of the compare instruction
+;; Op 3 is the jump label
+;;
+;;
+;; #warning Need to adjust this so that the "LT" code doesnt get generated ...
+;;
+(define_expand "cbranch<mode>4"
+ [(set (cc0) (compare (match_operand:ZI 1 "register_operand" "r")
+ (match_operand:ZI 2 "nonmemory_operand" "rO")))
+ (set (pc) (if_then_else (match_operator 0 "ordered_comparison_operator"
+ [(cc0) (const_int 0)])
+ (label_ref (match_operand 3 "" ""))
+ (pc)))]
+ ""
+ {
+ // extern void zip_debug_rtx(const_rtx);
+ //; Two branches give us no end of difficulty when implementing.
+ //; Let's check for these two branch codes, and swap the
+ //; comparison to simplify them.
+ // fprintf(stderr, "CBRANCH\n");
+ // zip_debug_rtx(operands[0]);
+ // zip_debug_rtx(operands[1]);
+ // zip_debug_rtx(operands[2]);
+ // zip_debug_rtx(operands[3]);
+ if ((GET_CODE(operands[0])==GTU)&&(REG_P(operands[2]))) {
+ // fprintf(stderr, "CBRANCH:(GTU,?,REG,?)\n");
+ emit_insn(gen_rtx_SET(VOIDmode, cc0_rtx,
+ gen_rtx_COMPARE(VOIDmode, operands[2], operands[1])));
+ emit_jump_insn(gen_cbranch_jmp_ltu(operands[3]));
+ DONE;
+ } else if((GET_CODE(operands[0])==GEU)&&(REG_P(operands[2]))) {
+ fprintf(stderr, "CBRANCH:(GEU,?,REG,?)\n");
+ emit_insn(gen_rtx_SET(VOIDmode, cc0_rtx,
+ gen_rtx_COMPARE(VOIDmode, operands[2], operands[1])));
+ emit_jump_insn(gen_cbranch_jmp_leu(operands[3]));
+ DONE;
+ } // ; Otherwise ... just handle the branch normally
+
+ //; Except ... we can do better for some instructions, such as
+ //; LE. While we could exchange CMP Rx,Ry into -1(Rx),Ry, it
+ //; would be difficult to explain to users why MIN_INT didn't
+ //; compare properly. Hence we only adjust constant integers.
+ //;
+ if ((GET_CODE(operands[0])==LE)
+ &&(CONST_INT_P(operands[2]))
+ &&(INTVAL(operands[2])>(1<<17)-2)) {
+ // fprintf(stderr, "CBRANCH:(LE,?,#,?)\n");
+ emit_insn(gen_rtx_SET(VOIDmode, cc0_rtx,
+ gen_rtx_COMPARE(VOIDmode, operands[1],
+ GEN_INT(INTVAL(operands[2])+1))));
+ emit_insn(gen_cbranch_jmp_lt(operands[3]));
+ DONE;
+ } else if ((GET_CODE(operands[0])==LEU)
+ &&(CONST_INT_P(operands[2]))
+ &&(INTVAL(operands[2])<(1<<17)-2)) {
+ // fprintf(stderr, "CBRANCH:(LEU,?,#,?)\n");
+ emit_insn(gen_rtx_SET(VOIDmode, cc0_rtx,
+ gen_rtx_COMPARE(VOIDmode, operands[1],
+ GEN_INT(INTVAL(operands[2])+1))));
+ emit_insn(gen_cbranch_jmp_ltu(operands[3]));
+ DONE;
+ }
+ })
+(define_insn "cbranch_jmp_eq"
+ [(set (pc) (if_then_else (eq (cc0) (const_int 0))
+ (label_ref (match_operand 0 "" ""))
+ (pc)))]
+ ""
+ "BZ\t%0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no")
+ (set_attr "conditional" "yes")
+ (set_attr "ccresult" "unchanged")])
+(define_insn "cbranch_jmp_neq"
+ [(set (pc) (if_then_else (ne (cc0) (const_int 0))
+ (label_ref (match_operand 0 "" ""))
+ (pc)))]
+ ""
+ "BNZ\t%0"
+ [(set_attr "predicable" "no")
+ (set_attr "conditional" "yes")
+ (set_attr "ccresult" "unchanged")])
+(define_insn