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/* Copyright (C) 1996, 1997 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Contributed by Richard Henderson (rth@tamu.edu)
This file is part of the GNU C Library.
The GNU C Library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
The GNU C Library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
Lesser General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
License along with the GNU C Library; if not, write to the Free
Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA
02111-1307 USA. */
/* Copy a null-terminated string from SRC to DST.
This is an internal routine used by strcpy, stpcpy, and strcat.
As such, it uses special linkage conventions to make implementation
of these public functions more efficient.
On input:
t9 = return address
a0 = DST
a1 = SRC
On output:
t8 = bitmask (with one bit set) indicating the last byte written
a0 = unaligned address of the last *word* written
Furthermore, v0, a3-a5, t11, and t12 are untouched.
*/
/* This is generally scheduled for the EV5, but should still be pretty
good for the EV4 too. */
#include <sysdep.h>
.set noat
.set noreorder
.text
/* There is a problem with either gdb (as of 4.16) or gas (as of 2.7) that
doesn't like putting the entry point for a procedure somewhere in the
middle of the procedure descriptor. Work around this by putting the
aligned copy in its own procedure descriptor */
.ent stxcpy_aligned
.align 3
stxcpy_aligned:
.frame sp, 0, t9
.prologue 0
/* On entry to this basic block:
t0 == the first destination word for masking back in
t1 == the first source word. */
/* Create the 1st output word and detect 0's in the 1st input word. */
lda t2, -1 # e1 : build a mask against false zero
mskqh t2, a1, t2 # e0 : detection in the src word
mskqh t1, a1, t3 # e0 :
ornot t1, t2, t2 # .. e1 :
mskql t0, a1, t0 # e0 : assemble the first output word
cmpbge zero, t2, t7 # .. e1 : bits set iff null found
or t0, t3, t1 # e0 :
bne t7, $a_eos # .. e1 :
/* On entry to this basic block:
t0 == the first destination word for masking back in
t1 == a source word not containing a null. */
$a_loop:
stq_u t1, 0(a0) # e0 :
addq a0, 8, a0 # .. e1 :
ldq_u t1, 0(a1) # e0 :
addq a1, 8, a1 # .. e1 :
cmpbge zero, t1, t7 # e0 (stall)
beq t7, $a_loop # .. e1 (zdb)
/* Take care of the final (partial) word store.
On entry to this basic block we have:
t1 == the source word containing the null
t7 == the cmpbge mask that found it. */
$a_eos:
negq t7, t6 # e0 : find low bit set
and t7, t6, t8 # e1 (stall)
/* For the sake of the cache, don't read a destination word
if we're not going to need it. */
and t8, 0x80, t6 # e0 :
bne t6, 1f # .. e1 (zdb)
/* We're doing a partial word store and so need to combine
our source and original destination words. */
ldq_u t0, 0(a0) # e0 :
subq t8, 1, t6 # .. e1 :
zapnot t1, t6, t1 # e0 : clear src bytes >= null
or t8, t6, t7 # .. e1 :
zap t0, t7, t0 # e0 : clear dst bytes <= null
or t0, t1, t1 # e1 :
1: stq_u t1, 0(a0) # e0 :
ret (t9) # .. e1 :
.end stxcpy_aligned
.align 3
.ent __stxcpy
.globl __stxcpy
__stxcpy:
.frame sp, 0, t9
.prologue 0
/* Are source and destination co-aligned? */
xor a0, a1, t0 # e0 :
unop # :
and t0, 7, t0 # e0 :
bne t0, $unaligned # .. e1 :
/* We are co-aligned; take care of a partial first word. */
ldq_u t1, 0(a1) # e0 : load first src word
and a0, 7, t0 # .. e1 : take care not to load a word ...
addq a1, 8, a1 # e0 :
beq t0, stxcpy_aligned # .. e1 : ... if we wont need it
ldq_u t0, 0(a0) # e0 :
br stxcpy_aligned # .. e1 :
/* The source and destination are not co-aligned. Align the destination
and cope. We have to be very careful about not reading too much and
causing a SEGV. */
.align 3
$u_head:
/* We know just enough now to be able to assemble the first
full source word. We can still find a zero at the end of it
that prevents us from outputting the whole thing.
On entry to this basic block:
t0 == the first dest word, for masking back in, if needed else 0
t1 == the low bits of the first source word
t6 == bytemask that is -1 in dest word bytes */
ldq_u t2, 8(a1) # e0 :
addq a1, 8, a1 # .. e1 :
extql t1, a1, t1 # e0 :
extqh t2, a1, t4 # e0 :
mskql t0, a0, t0 # e0 :
or t1, t4, t1 # .. e1 :
mskqh t1, a0, t1 # e0 :
or t0, t1, t1 # e1 :
or t1, t6, t6 # e0 :
cmpbge zero, t6, t7 # .. e1 :
lda t6, -1 # e0 : for masking just below
bne t7, $u_final # .. e1 :
mskql t6, a1, t6 # e0 : mask out the bits we have
or t6, t2, t2 # e1 : already extracted before
cmpbge zero, t2, t7 # e0 : testing eos
bne t7, $u_late_head_exit # .. e1 (zdb)
/* Finally, we've got all the stupid leading edge cases taken care
of and we can set up to enter the main loop. */
stq_u t1, 0(a0) # e0 : store first output word
addq a0, 8, a0 # .. e1 :
extql t2, a1, t0 # e0 : position ho-bits of lo word
ldq_u t2, 8(a1) # .. e1 : read next high-order source word
addq a1, 8, a1 # e0 :
cmpbge zero, t2, t7 # .. e1 :
nop # e0 :
bne t7, $u_eos # .. e1 :
/* Unaligned copy main loop. In order to avoid reading too much,
the loop is structured to detect zeros in aligned source words.
This has, unfortunately, effectively pulled half of a loop
iteration out into the head and half into the tail, but it does
prevent nastiness from accumulating in the very thing we want
to run as fast as possible.
On entry to this basic block:
t0 == the shifted high-order bits from the previous source word
t2 == the unshifted current source word
We further know that t2 does not contain a null terminator. */
.align 3
$u_loop:
extqh t2, a1, t1 # e0 : extract high bits for current word
addq a1, 8, a1 # .. e1 :
extql t2, a1, t3 # e0 : extract low bits for next time
addq a0, 8, a0 # .. e1 :
or t0, t1, t1 # e0 : current dst word now complete
ldq_u t2, 0(a1) # .. e1 : load high word for next time
stq_u t1, -8(a0) # e0 : save the current word
mov t3, t0 # .. e1 :
cmpbge zero, t2, t7 # e0 : test new word for eos
beq t7, $u_loop # .. e1 :
/* We've found a zero somewhere in the source word we just read.
If it resides in the lower half, we have one (probably partial)
word to write out, and if it resides in the upper half, we
have one full and one partial word left to write out.
On entry to this basic block:
t0 == the shifted high-order bits from the previous source word
t2 == the unshifted current source word. */
$u_eos:
extqh t2, a1, t1 # e0 :
or t0, t1, t1 # e1 : first (partial) source word complete
cmpbge zero, t1, t7 # e0 : is the null in this first bit?
bne t7, $u_final # .. e1 (zdb)
$u_late_head_exit:
stq_u t1, 0(a0) # e0 : the null was in the high-order bits
addq a0, 8, a0 # .. e1 :
extql t2, a1, t1 # e0 :
cmpbge zero, t1, t7 # .. e1 :
/* Take care of a final (probably partial) result word.
On entry to this basic block:
t1 == assembled source word
t7 == cmpbge mask that found the null. */
$u_final:
negq t7, t6 # e0 : isolate low bit set
and t6, t7, t8 # e1 :
and t8, 0x80, t6 # e0 : avoid dest word load if we can
bne t6, 1f # .. e1 (zdb)
ldq_u t0, 0(a0) # e0 :
subq t8, 1, t6 # .. e1 :
or t6, t8, t7 # e0 :
zapnot t1, t6, t1 # .. e1 : kill source bytes >= null
zap t0, t7, t0 # e0 : kill dest bytes <= null
or t0, t1, t1 # e1 :
1: stq_u t1, 0(a0) # e0 :
ret (t9) # .. e1 :
/* Unaligned copy entry point. */
.align 3
$unaligned:
ldq_u t1, 0(a1) # e0 : load first source word
and a0, 7, t4 # .. e1 : find dest misalignment
and a1, 7, t5 # e0 : find src misalignment
/* Conditionally load the first destination word and a bytemask
with 0xff indicating that the destination byte is sacrosanct. */
mov zero, t0 # .. e1 :
mov zero, t6 # e0 :
beq t4, 1f # .. e1 :
ldq_u t0, 0(a0) # e0 :
lda t6, -1 # .. e1 :
mskql t6, a0, t6 # e0 :
1:
subq a1, t4, a1 # .. e1 : sub dest misalignment from src addr
/* If source misalignment is larger than dest misalignment, we need
extra startup checks to avoid SEGV. */
cmplt t4, t5, t8 # e0 :
beq t8, $u_head # .. e1 (zdb)
lda t2, -1 # e1 : mask out leading garbage in source
mskqh t2, t5, t2 # e0 :
nop # e0 :
ornot t1, t2, t3 # .. e1 :
cmpbge zero, t3, t7 # e0 : is there a zero?
beq t7, $u_head # .. e1 (zdb)
/* At this point we've found a zero in the first partial word of
the source. We need to isolate the valid source data and mask
it into the original destination data. (Incidentally, we know
that we'll need at least one byte of that original dest word.) */
ldq_u t0, 0(a0) # e0 :
negq t7, t6 # .. e1 : build bitmask of bytes <= zero
and t6, t7, t8 # e0 :
and a1, 7, t5 # .. e1 :
subq t8, 1, t6 # e0 :
or t6, t8, t7 # e1 :
srl t8, t5, t8 # e0 : adjust final null return value
zapnot t2, t7, t2 # .. e1 : prepare source word; mirror changes
and t1, t2, t1 # e1 : to source validity mask
extql t2, a1, t2 # .. e0 :
extql t1, a1, t1 # e0 :
andnot t0, t2, t0 # .. e1 : zero place for source to reside
or t0, t1, t1 # e1 : and put it there
stq_u t1, 0(a0) # .. e0 :
ret (t9)
.end __stxcpy