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1 /* ia64.h -- Header file for ia64 opcode table
2 Copyright (C) 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2005, 2006
3 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
4 Contributed by David Mosberger-Tang <davidm@hpl.hp.com> */
6 #ifndef opcode_ia64_h
7 #define opcode_ia64_h
9 #include <sys/types.h>
11 #include "dis-asm.h"
14 typedef BFD_HOST_U_64_BIT ia64_insn;
16 enum ia64_insn_type
17 {
18 IA64_TYPE_NIL = 0, /* illegal type */
19 IA64_TYPE_A, /* integer alu (I- or M-unit) */
20 IA64_TYPE_I, /* non-alu integer (I-unit) */
21 IA64_TYPE_M, /* memory (M-unit) */
22 IA64_TYPE_B, /* branch (B-unit) */
23 IA64_TYPE_F, /* floating-point (F-unit) */
24 IA64_TYPE_X, /* long encoding (X-unit) */
25 IA64_TYPE_DYN, /* Dynamic opcode */
26 IA64_NUM_TYPES
27 };
29 enum ia64_unit
30 {
31 IA64_UNIT_NIL = 0, /* illegal unit */
32 IA64_UNIT_I, /* integer unit */
33 IA64_UNIT_M, /* memory unit */
34 IA64_UNIT_B, /* branching unit */
35 IA64_UNIT_F, /* floating-point unit */
36 IA64_UNIT_L, /* long "unit" */
37 IA64_UNIT_X, /* may be integer or branch unit */
38 IA64_NUM_UNITS
39 };
41 /* Changes to this enumeration must be propagated to the operand table in
42 bfd/cpu-ia64-opc.c
43 */
44 enum ia64_opnd
45 {
46 IA64_OPND_NIL, /* no operand---MUST BE FIRST!*/
48 /* constants */
49 IA64_OPND_AR_CSD, /* application register csd (ar.csd) */
50 IA64_OPND_AR_CCV, /* application register ccv (ar.ccv) */
51 IA64_OPND_AR_PFS, /* application register pfs (ar.pfs) */
52 IA64_OPND_C1, /* the constant 1 */
53 IA64_OPND_C8, /* the constant 8 */
54 IA64_OPND_C16, /* the constant 16 */
55 IA64_OPND_GR0, /* gr0 */
56 IA64_OPND_IP, /* instruction pointer (ip) */
57 IA64_OPND_PR, /* predicate register (pr) */
58 IA64_OPND_PR_ROT, /* rotating predicate register (pr.rot) */
59 IA64_OPND_PSR, /* processor status register (psr) */
60 IA64_OPND_PSR_L, /* processor status register L (psr.l) */
61 IA64_OPND_PSR_UM, /* processor status register UM (psr.um) */
63 /* register operands: */
64 IA64_OPND_AR3, /* third application register # (bits 20-26) */
65 IA64_OPND_B1, /* branch register # (bits 6-8) */
66 IA64_OPND_B2, /* branch register # (bits 13-15) */
67 IA64_OPND_CR3, /* third control register # (bits 20-26) */
68 IA64_OPND_F1, /* first floating-point register # */
69 IA64_OPND_F2, /* second floating-point register # */
70 IA64_OPND_F3, /* third floating-point register # */
71 IA64_OPND_F4, /* fourth floating-point register # */
72 IA64_OPND_P1, /* first predicate # */
73 IA64_OPND_P2, /* second predicate # */
74 IA64_OPND_R1, /* first register # */
75 IA64_OPND_R2, /* second register # */
76 IA64_OPND_R3, /* third register # */
77 IA64_OPND_R3_2, /* third register # (limited to gr0-gr3) */
79 /* memory operands: */
80 IA64_OPND_MR3, /* memory at addr of third register # */
82 /* indirect operands: */
83 IA64_OPND_CPUID_R3, /* cpuid[reg] */
84 IA64_OPND_DBR_R3, /* dbr[reg] */
85 IA64_OPND_DTR_R3, /* dtr[reg] */
86 IA64_OPND_ITR_R3, /* itr[reg] */
87 IA64_OPND_IBR_R3, /* ibr[reg] */
88 IA64_OPND_MSR_R3, /* msr[reg] */
89 IA64_OPND_PKR_R3, /* pkr[reg] */
90 IA64_OPND_PMC_R3, /* pmc[reg] */
91 IA64_OPND_PMD_R3, /* pmd[reg] */
92 IA64_OPND_RR_R3, /* rr[reg] */
94 /* immediate operands: */
95 IA64_OPND_CCNT5, /* 5-bit count (31 - bits 20-24) */
96 IA64_OPND_CNT2a, /* 2-bit count (1 + bits 27-28) */
97 IA64_OPND_CNT2b, /* 2-bit count (bits 27-28): 1, 2, 3 */
98 IA64_OPND_CNT2c, /* 2-bit count (bits 30-31): 0, 7, 15, or 16 */
99 IA64_OPND_CNT5, /* 5-bit count (bits 14-18) */
100 IA64_OPND_CNT6, /* 6-bit count (bits 27-32) */
101 IA64_OPND_CPOS6a, /* 6-bit count (63 - bits 20-25) */
102 IA64_OPND_CPOS6b, /* 6-bit count (63 - bits 14-19) */
103 IA64_OPND_CPOS6c, /* 6-bit count (63 - bits 31-36) */
104 IA64_OPND_IMM1, /* signed 1-bit immediate (bit 36) */
105 IA64_OPND_IMMU2, /* unsigned 2-bit immediate (bits 13-14) */
106 IA64_OPND_IMMU5b, /* unsigned 5-bit immediate (32 + bits 14-18) */
107 IA64_OPND_IMMU7a, /* unsigned 7-bit immediate (bits 13-19) */
108 IA64_OPND_IMMU7b, /* unsigned 7-bit immediate (bits 20-26) */
109 IA64_OPND_SOF, /* 8-bit stack frame size */
110 IA64_OPND_SOL, /* 8-bit size of locals */
111 IA64_OPND_SOR, /* 6-bit number of rotating registers (scaled by 8) */
112 IA64_OPND_IMM8, /* signed 8-bit immediate (bits 13-19 & 36) */
113 IA64_OPND_IMM8U4, /* cmp4*u signed 8-bit immediate (bits 13-19 & 36) */
114 IA64_OPND_IMM8M1, /* signed 8-bit immediate -1 (bits 13-19 & 36) */
115 IA64_OPND_IMM8M1U4, /* cmp4*u signed 8-bit immediate -1 (bits 13-19 & 36)*/
116 IA64_OPND_IMM8M1U8, /* cmp*u signed 8-bit immediate -1 (bits 13-19 & 36) */
117 IA64_OPND_IMMU9, /* unsigned 9-bit immediate (bits 33-34, 20-26) */
118 IA64_OPND_IMM9a, /* signed 9-bit immediate (bits 6-12, 27, 36) */
119 IA64_OPND_IMM9b, /* signed 9-bit immediate (bits 13-19, 27, 36) */
120 IA64_OPND_IMM14, /* signed 14-bit immediate (bits 13-19, 27-32, 36) */
121 IA64_OPND_IMM17, /* signed 17-bit immediate (2*bits 6-12, 24-31, 36) */
122 IA64_OPND_IMMU21, /* unsigned 21-bit immediate (bits 6-25, 36) */
123 IA64_OPND_IMM22, /* signed 22-bit immediate (bits 13-19, 22-36) */
124 IA64_OPND_IMMU24, /* unsigned 24-bit immediate (bits 6-26, 31-32, 36) */
125 IA64_OPND_IMM44, /* signed 44-bit immediate (2^16*bits 6-32, 36) */
126 IA64_OPND_IMMU62, /* unsigned 62-bit immediate */
127 IA64_OPND_IMMU64, /* unsigned 64-bit immediate (lotsa bits...) */
128 IA64_OPND_INC3, /* signed 3-bit (bits 13-15): +/-1, 4, 8, 16 */
129 IA64_OPND_LEN4, /* 4-bit count (bits 27-30 + 1) */
130 IA64_OPND_LEN6, /* 6-bit count (bits 27-32 + 1) */
131 IA64_OPND_MBTYPE4, /* 4-bit mux type (bits 20-23) */
132 IA64_OPND_MHTYPE8, /* 8-bit mux type (bits 20-27) */
133 IA64_OPND_POS6, /* 6-bit count (bits 14-19) */
134 IA64_OPND_TAG13, /* signed 13-bit tag (ip + 16*bits 6-12, 33-34) */
135 IA64_OPND_TAG13b, /* signed 13-bit tag (ip + 16*bits 24-32) */
136 IA64_OPND_TGT25, /* signed 25-bit (ip + 16*bits 6-25, 36) */
137 IA64_OPND_TGT25b, /* signed 25-bit (ip + 16*bits 6-12, 20-32, 36) */
138 IA64_OPND_TGT25c, /* signed 25-bit (ip + 16*bits 13-32, 36) */
139 IA64_OPND_TGT64, /* 64-bit (ip + 16*bits 13-32, 36, 2-40(L)) */
140 IA64_OPND_LDXMOV, /* any symbol, generates R_IA64_LDXMOV. */
142 IA64_OPND_COUNT /* # of operand types (MUST BE LAST!) */
143 };
145 enum ia64_dependency_mode
146 {
147 IA64_DV_RAW,
148 IA64_DV_WAW,
149 IA64_DV_WAR,
150 };
152 enum ia64_dependency_semantics
153 {
154 IA64_DVS_NONE,
155 IA64_DVS_IMPLIED,
156 IA64_DVS_IMPLIEDF,
157 IA64_DVS_DATA,
158 IA64_DVS_INSTR,
159 IA64_DVS_SPECIFIC,
160 IA64_DVS_STOP,
161 IA64_DVS_OTHER,
162 };
164 enum ia64_resource_specifier
165 {
166 IA64_RS_ANY,
167 IA64_RS_AR_K,
168 IA64_RS_AR_UNAT,
169 IA64_RS_AR, /* 8-15, 20, 22-23, 31, 33-35, 37-39, 41-43, 45-47, 67-111 */
170 IA64_RS_ARb, /* 48-63, 112-127 */
171 IA64_RS_BR,
172 IA64_RS_CFM,
173 IA64_RS_CPUID,
174 IA64_RS_CR_IRR,
175 IA64_RS_CR_LRR,
176 IA64_RS_CR, /* 3-7,10-15,18,26-63,75-79,82-127 */
177 IA64_RS_DBR,
178 IA64_RS_FR,
179 IA64_RS_FRb,
180 IA64_RS_GR0,
181 IA64_RS_GR,
182 IA64_RS_IBR,
183 IA64_RS_INSERVICE, /* CR[EOI] or CR[IVR] */
184 IA64_RS_MSR,
185 IA64_RS_PKR,
186 IA64_RS_PMC,
187 IA64_RS_PMD,
188 IA64_RS_PR, /* non-rotating, 1-15 */
189 IA64_RS_PRr, /* rotating, 16-62 */
190 IA64_RS_PR63,
191 IA64_RS_RR,
193 IA64_RS_ARX, /* ARs not in RS_AR or RS_ARb */
194 IA64_RS_CRX, /* CRs not in RS_CR */
195 IA64_RS_PSR, /* PSR bits */
196 IA64_RS_RSE, /* implementation-specific RSE resources */
197 IA64_RS_AR_FPSR,
198 };
200 enum ia64_rse_resource
201 {
202 IA64_RSE_N_STACKED_PHYS,
203 IA64_RSE_BOF,
204 IA64_RSE_STORE_REG,
205 IA64_RSE_LOAD_REG,
206 IA64_RSE_BSPLOAD,
207 IA64_RSE_RNATBITINDEX,
208 IA64_RSE_CFLE,
209 IA64_RSE_NDIRTY,
210 };
212 /* Information about a given resource dependency */
213 struct ia64_dependency
214 {
215 /* Name of the resource */
216 const char *name;
217 /* Does this dependency need further specification? */
218 enum ia64_resource_specifier specifier;
219 /* Mode of dependency */
220 enum ia64_dependency_mode mode;
221 /* Dependency semantics */
222 enum ia64_dependency_semantics semantics;
223 /* Register index, if applicable (distinguishes AR, CR, and PSR deps) */
224 #define REG_NONE (-1)
225 int regindex;
226 /* Special info on semantics */
227 const char *info;
228 };
230 /* Two arrays of indexes into the ia64_dependency table.
231 chks are dependencies to check for conflicts when an opcode is
232 encountered; regs are dependencies to register (mark as used) when an
233 opcode is used. chks correspond to readers (RAW) or writers (WAW or
234 WAR) of a resource, while regs correspond to writers (RAW or WAW) and
235 readers (WAR) of a resource. */
236 struct ia64_opcode_dependency
237 {
238 int nchks;
239 const unsigned short *chks;
240 int nregs;
241 const unsigned short *regs;
242 };
244 /* encode/extract the note/index for a dependency */
245 #define RDEP(N,X) (((N)<<11)|(X))
246 #define NOTE(X) (((X)>>11)&0x1F)
247 #define DEP(X) ((X)&0x7FF)
249 /* A template descriptor describes the execution units that are active
250 for each of the three slots. It also specifies the location of
251 instruction group boundaries that may be present between two slots. */
252 struct ia64_templ_desc
253 {
254 int group_boundary; /* 0=no boundary, 1=between slot 0 & 1, etc. */
255 enum ia64_unit exec_unit[3];
256 const char *name;
257 };
259 /* The opcode table is an array of struct ia64_opcode. */
261 struct ia64_opcode
262 {
263 /* The opcode name. */
264 const char *name;
266 /* The type of the instruction: */
267 enum ia64_insn_type type;
269 /* Number of output operands: */
270 int num_outputs;
272 /* The opcode itself. Those bits which will be filled in with
273 operands are zeroes. */
274 ia64_insn opcode;
276 /* The opcode mask. This is used by the disassembler. This is a
277 mask containing ones indicating those bits which must match the
278 opcode field, and zeroes indicating those bits which need not
279 match (and are presumably filled in by operands). */
280 ia64_insn mask;
282 /* An array of operand codes. Each code is an index into the
283 operand table. They appear in the order which the operands must
284 appear in assembly code, and are terminated by a zero. */
285 enum ia64_opnd operands[5];
287 /* One bit flags for the opcode. These are primarily used to
288 indicate specific processors and environments support the
289 instructions. The defined values are listed below. */
290 unsigned int flags;
292 /* Used by ia64_find_next_opcode (). */
293 short ent_index;
295 /* Opcode dependencies. */
296 const struct ia64_opcode_dependency *dependencies;
297 };
299 /* Values defined for the flags field of a struct ia64_opcode. */
301 #define IA64_OPCODE_FIRST (1<<0) /* must be first in an insn group */
302 #define IA64_OPCODE_X_IN_MLX (1<<1) /* insn is allowed in X slot of MLX */
303 #define IA64_OPCODE_LAST (1<<2) /* must be last in an insn group */
304 #define IA64_OPCODE_PRIV (1<<3) /* privileged instruct */
305 #define IA64_OPCODE_SLOT2 (1<<4) /* insn allowed in slot 2 only */
306 #define IA64_OPCODE_NO_PRED (1<<5) /* insn cannot be predicated */
307 #define IA64_OPCODE_PSEUDO (1<<6) /* insn is a pseudo-op */
308 #define IA64_OPCODE_F2_EQ_F3 (1<<7) /* constraint: F2 == F3 */
309 #define IA64_OPCODE_LEN_EQ_64MCNT (1<<8) /* constraint: LEN == 64-CNT */
310 #define IA64_OPCODE_MOD_RRBS (1<<9) /* modifies all rrbs in CFM */
311 #define IA64_OPCODE_POSTINC (1<<10) /* postincrement MR3 operand */
313 /* A macro to extract the major opcode from an instruction. */
314 #define IA64_OP(i) (((i) >> 37) & 0xf)
316 enum ia64_operand_class
317 {
318 IA64_OPND_CLASS_CST, /* constant */
319 IA64_OPND_CLASS_REG, /* register */
320 IA64_OPND_CLASS_IND, /* indirect register */
321 IA64_OPND_CLASS_ABS, /* absolute value */
322 IA64_OPND_CLASS_REL, /* IP-relative value */
323 };
325 /* The operands table is an array of struct ia64_operand. */
327 struct ia64_operand
328 {
329 enum ia64_operand_class class;
331 /* Set VALUE as the operand bits for the operand of type SELF in the
332 instruction pointed to by CODE. If an error occurs, *CODE is not
333 modified and the returned string describes the cause of the
334 error. If no error occurs, NULL is returned. */
335 const char *(*insert) (const struct ia64_operand *self, ia64_insn value,
336 ia64_insn *code);
338 /* Extract the operand bits for an operand of type SELF from
339 instruction CODE store them in *VALUE. If an error occurs, the
340 cause of the error is described by the string returned. If no
341 error occurs, NULL is returned. */
342 const char *(*extract) (const struct ia64_operand *self, ia64_insn code,
343 ia64_insn *value);
345 /* A string whose meaning depends on the operand class. */
347 const char *str;
349 struct bit_field
350 {
351 /* The number of bits in the operand. */
352 int bits;
354 /* How far the operand is left shifted in the instruction. */
355 int shift;
356 }
357 field[4]; /* no operand has more than this many bit-fields */
359 unsigned int flags;
361 const char *desc; /* brief description */
362 };
364 /* Values defined for the flags field of a struct ia64_operand. */
366 /* Disassemble as signed decimal (instead of hex): */
367 #define IA64_OPND_FLAG_DECIMAL_SIGNED (1<<0)
368 /* Disassemble as unsigned decimal (instead of hex): */
369 #define IA64_OPND_FLAG_DECIMAL_UNSIGNED (1<<1)
371 extern const struct ia64_templ_desc ia64_templ_desc[16];
373 /* The tables are sorted by major opcode number and are otherwise in
374 the order in which the disassembler should consider instructions. */
375 extern struct ia64_opcode ia64_opcodes_a[];
376 extern struct ia64_opcode ia64_opcodes_i[];
377 extern struct ia64_opcode ia64_opcodes_m[];
378 extern struct ia64_opcode ia64_opcodes_b[];
379 extern struct ia64_opcode ia64_opcodes_f[];
380 extern struct ia64_opcode ia64_opcodes_d[];
383 extern struct ia64_opcode *ia64_find_opcode (const char *name);
384 extern struct ia64_opcode *ia64_find_next_opcode (struct ia64_opcode *ent);
386 extern struct ia64_opcode *ia64_dis_opcode (ia64_insn insn,
387 enum ia64_insn_type type);
389 extern void ia64_free_opcode (struct ia64_opcode *ent);
390 extern const struct ia64_dependency *ia64_find_dependency (int index);
392 /* To avoid circular library dependencies, this array is implemented
393 in bfd/cpu-ia64-opc.c: */
394 extern const struct ia64_operand elf64_ia64_operands[IA64_OPND_COUNT];
396 #endif /* opcode_ia64_h */