libexec/ld.aout_so/arch/sparc/md.c
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/*	$NetBSD: md.c,v 1.21 2008/04/28 20:23:03 martin Exp $	*/

/*-
 * Copyright (c) 1998 The NetBSD Foundation, Inc.
 * All rights reserved.
 *
 * This code is derived from software contributed to The NetBSD Foundation
 * by Paul Kranenburg.
 *
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 * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
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 *
 * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE NETBSD FOUNDATION, INC. AND CONTRIBUTORS
 * ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED
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 * PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.  IN NO EVENT SHALL THE FOUNDATION OR CONTRIBUTORS
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 * ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
 * POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
 */

#include <sys/param.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <a.out.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <err.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <stab.h>
#include <string.h>

#include "ld.h"
#ifndef RTLD
/* Pull in the ld(1) bits as well */
#include "ld_i.h"
#endif

/*
 * Relocation masks and sizes for the Sparc architecture.
 *
 * Note that these are very dependent on the order of the enums in
 * enum reloc_type (in a.out.h); if they change the following must be
 * changed.
 * Also, note that RELOC_RELATIVE is handled as if it were a RELOC_HI22.
 * This should work provided that relocations values have zeroes in their
 * least significant 10 bits. As RELOC_RELATIVE is used only to relocate
 * with load address values - which are page aligned - this condition is
 * fulfilled as long as the system's page size is > 1024 (and a power of 2).
 */
static int reloc_target_rightshift[] = {
	0, 0, 0,	/* RELOC_8, _16, _32 */
	0, 0, 0, 2, 2,	/* DISP8, DISP16, DISP32, WDISP30, WDISP22 */
	10, 0,		/* HI22, _22 */
	0, 0,		/* RELOC_13, _LO10 */
	0, 0,		/* _SFA_BASE, _SFA_OFF13 */
	0, 0, 10,	/* _BASE10, _BASE13, _BASE22 */
	0, 10,		/* _PC10, _PC22 */
	2, 0,		/* _JMP_TBL, _SEGOFF16 */
	0, 0, 0		/* _GLOB_DAT, JMP_SLOT, _RELATIVE */
};
static int reloc_target_size[] = {
	0, 1, 2,	/* RELOC_8, _16, _32 */
	0, 1, 2, 2, 2,	/* DISP8, DISP16, DISP32, WDISP30, WDISP22 */
	2, 2,		/* HI22, _22 */
	2, 2,		/* RELOC_13, _LO10 */
	2, 2,		/* _SFA_BASE, _SFA_OFF13 */
	2, 2, 2,	/* _BASE10, _BASE13, _BASE22 */
	2, 2,		/* _PC10, _PC22 */
	2, 0,		/* _JMP_TBL, _SEGOFF16 */
	2, 0, 2		/* _GLOB_DAT, JMP_SLOT, _RELATIVE */
};
static int reloc_target_bitsize[] = {
	8, 16, 32,	/* RELOC_8, _16, _32 */
	8, 16, 32, 30, 22,	/* DISP8, DISP16, DISP32, WDISP30, WDISP22 */
	22, 22,		/* HI22, _22 */
	13, 10,		/* RELOC_13, _LO10 */
	32, 32,		/* _SFA_BASE, _SFA_OFF13 */
	10, 13, 22,	/* _BASE10, _BASE13, _BASE22 */
	10, 22,		/* _PC10, _PC22 */
	30, 0,		/* _JMP_TBL, _SEGOFF16 */
	32, 0, 22	/* _GLOB_DAT, JMP_SLOT, _RELATIVE */
};

static void iflush __P((jmpslot_t *));

static inline void
iflush(sp)
	jmpslot_t		*sp;
{
	__asm volatile("iflush %0+0" : : "r" (sp));
	__asm volatile("iflush %0+4" : : "r" (sp));
	__asm volatile("iflush %0+8" : : "r" (sp));
}

/*
 * Get relocation addend corresponding to relocation record RP
 * ADDR unused by SPARC impl.
 */
long
md_get_addend(r, addr)
	struct relocation_info	*r;
	unsigned char		*addr;
{
	return r->r_addend;
}

void
md_relocate(r, relocation, addr, relocatable_output)
	struct relocation_info	*r;
	long			relocation;
	unsigned char		*addr;
	int			relocatable_output;
{
	register unsigned long	mask;

	if (relocatable_output) {
		/*
		 * Store relocation where the next link-edit run
		 * will look for it.
		 */
		r->r_addend = relocation;
		return;
	}

	relocation >>= RELOC_VALUE_RIGHTSHIFT(r);

	/* Unshifted mask for relocation */
	mask = 1 << (RELOC_TARGET_BITSIZE(r) - 1);
	mask |= mask - 1;
	relocation &= mask;

	/* Shift everything up to where it's going to be used */
	relocation <<= RELOC_TARGET_BITPOS(r);
	mask <<= RELOC_TARGET_BITPOS(r);

#define RELOCATE(type)					\
	{						\
		type ad;				\
		(void)memcpy(&ad, addr, sizeof(ad));	\
		if (RELOC_MEMORY_ADD_P(r))		\
			relocation += (mask & ad);	\
		ad &= ~mask;				\
		ad |= relocation;			\
		(void)memcpy(addr, &ad, sizeof(ad));	\
	}

	switch (RELOC_TARGET_SIZE(r)) {
	case 0:
		RELOCATE(u_char)
		break;

	case 1:
		RELOCATE(u_short)
		break;

	case 2:
		RELOCATE(u_long)
		break;
	default:
		errx(1, "Unimplemented relocation field length: %d",
			RELOC_TARGET_SIZE(r));
	}
}

/*
 * Set up a "direct" transfer (ie. not through the run-time binder) from
 * jmpslot at OFFSET to ADDR. Used by `ld' when the SYMBOLIC flag is on,
 * and by `ld.so' after resolving the symbol.
 * On the i386, we use the JMP instruction which is PC relative, so no
 * further RRS relocations will be necessary for such a jmpslot.
 *
 * OFFSET unused on Sparc.
 */
void
md_fix_jmpslot(sp, offset, addr, first)
	jmpslot_t	*sp;
	long		offset;
	u_long		addr;
	int		first;
{
	/*
	 * Here comes a RELOC_{LO10,HI22} relocation pair
	 * The resulting code is:
	 *	sethi	%hi(addr), %g1
	 *	jmp	%g1+%lo(addr)
	 *	nop	! delay slot
	 */
	sp->opcode1 = SETHI | ((addr >> 10) & 0x003fffff);
	sp->opcode2 = JMP | (addr & 0x000003ff);
	sp->reloc_index = NOP;
	iflush(sp);
}

void
md_set_breakpoint(where, savep)
	long	where;
	long	*savep;
{
	*savep = *(long *)where;
	*(long *)where = TRAP;
}


#ifndef RTLD
/*
 * Machine dependent part of claim_rrs_reloc().
 * On the Sparc the relocation offsets are stored in the r_addend member.
 */
int
md_make_reloc(rp, r, type)
	struct relocation_info	*rp, *r;
	int			type;
{
	r->r_type = rp->r_type;
	r->r_addend = rp->r_addend;

#if 1
	/*
	 * This wouldn't be strictly necessary - we could record the
	 * relocation value "in situ" in stead of in the r_addend field -
	 * but we are being Sun compatible here. Besides, Sun's ld.so
	 * has a bug that prevents it from handling this alternate method.
	 *
	 * IT WOULD BE REALLY NICE TO HAVE CONSISTENCY THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE
	 * RELOCATION PROCESS, ie. using `r_addend' for storing all partially
	 * completed relocations, in stead of mixing them in both relocation
	 * records and in the segment data.
	 */
	if (RELOC_PCREL_P(rp))
		r->r_addend -= pc_relocation;
#endif

	return 1;
}

/*
 * Set up a transfer from jmpslot at OFFSET (relative to the PLT table)
 * to the binder slot (which is at offset 0 of the PLT).
 */
void
md_make_jmpslot(sp, offset, index)
	jmpslot_t		*sp;
	long			offset;
	long			index;
{
	u_long	fudge = (u_long) -(sizeof(sp->opcode1) + offset);
	sp->opcode1 = SAVE;
	/* The following is a RELOC_WDISP30 relocation */
	sp->opcode2 = CALL | ((fudge >> 2) & 0x3fffffff);
	sp->reloc_index = NOP | index;
	iflush(sp);
}

/*
 * Update the relocation record for a jmpslot.
 */
void
md_make_jmpreloc(rp, r, type)
	struct relocation_info	*rp, *r;
	int			type;
{
	if (type & RELTYPE_RELATIVE)
		r->r_type = RELOC_RELATIVE;
	else
		r->r_type = RELOC_JMP_SLOT;

	r->r_addend = rp->r_addend;
}

/*
 * Set relocation type for a GOT RRS relocation.
 */
void
md_make_gotreloc(rp, r, type)
	struct relocation_info	*rp, *r;
	int			type;
{
	/*
	 * GOT value resolved (symbolic or entry point): R_32
	 * GOT not resolved: GLOB_DAT
	 *
	 * NOTE: I don't think it makes a difference.
	 */
	if (type & RELTYPE_RELATIVE)
		r->r_type = RELOC_32;
	else
		r->r_type = RELOC_GLOB_DAT;

	r->r_addend = 0;
}

/*
 * Set relocation type for a RRS copy operation.
 */
void
md_make_cpyreloc(rp, r)
	struct relocation_info	*rp, *r;
{
	r->r_type = RELOC_COPY_DAT;
	r->r_addend = 0;
}

/*
 * Initialize (output) exec header such that useful values are
 * obtained from subsequent N_*() macro evaluations.
 */
void
md_init_header(hp, magic, flags)
	struct exec	*hp;
	int		magic, flags;
{
#ifdef __NetBSD__
	N_SETMAGIC((*hp), magic, MID_MACHINE, flags);

	/* TEXT_START depends on the value of outheader.a_entry.  */
	if (!(link_mode & SHAREABLE)) /*WAS: if (entry_symbol) */
		hp->a_entry = PAGSIZ;
#else
	hp->a_magic = magic;
	hp->a_machtype = M_SPARC;
	hp->a_toolversion = 1;
	hp->a_dynamic = ((flags) & EX_DYNAMIC);

	/* SunOS 4.1 N_TXTADDR depends on the value of outheader.a_entry.  */
	if (!(link_mode & SHAREABLE)) /*WAS: if (entry_symbol) */
		hp->a_entry = N_PAGSIZ(*hp);
#endif
}

/*
 * Check for acceptable foreign machine Ids
 */
int
md_midcompat(hp)
	struct exec *hp;
{
#ifdef __NetBSD__
#define SUN_M_SPARC	3
	return (((md_swap_long(hp->a_midmag)&0x00ff0000) >> 16) == SUN_M_SPARC);
#else
	return hp->a_machtype == M_SPARC;
#endif
}
#endif /* RTLD */