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/* MMIX-specific support for 64-bit ELF.
Copyright 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011,
2012
Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Contributed by Hans-Peter Nilsson <hp@bitrange.com>
This file is part of BFD, the Binary File Descriptor library.
This program 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 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
MERCHANTABILITY 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; if not, write to the Free Software
Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street - Fifth Floor, Boston,
MA 02110-1301, USA. */
/* No specific ABI or "processor-specific supplement" defined. */
/* TODO:
- "Traditional" linker relaxation (shrinking whole sections).
- Merge reloc stubs jumping to same location.
- GETA stub relaxation (call a stub for out of range new
R_MMIX_GETA_STUBBABLE). */
#include "sysdep.h"
#include "bfd.h"
#include "libbfd.h"
#include "elf-bfd.h"
#include "elf/mmix.h"
#include "opcode/mmix.h"
#define MINUS_ONE (((bfd_vma) 0) - 1)
#define MAX_PUSHJ_STUB_SIZE (5 * 4)
/* Put these everywhere in new code. */
#define FATAL_DEBUG \
_bfd_abort (__FILE__, __LINE__, \
"Internal: Non-debugged code (test-case missing)")
#define BAD_CASE(x) \
_bfd_abort (__FILE__, __LINE__, \
"bad case for " #x)
struct _mmix_elf_section_data
{
struct bfd_elf_section_data elf;
union
{
struct bpo_reloc_section_info *reloc;
struct bpo_greg_section_info *greg;
} bpo;
struct pushj_stub_info
{
/* Maximum number of stubs needed for this section. */
bfd_size_type n_pushj_relocs;
/* Size of stubs after a mmix_elf_relax_section round. */
bfd_size_type stubs_size_sum;
/* Per-reloc stubs_size_sum information. The stubs_size_sum member is the sum
of these. Allocated in mmix_elf_check_common_relocs. */
bfd_size_type *stub_size;
/* Offset of next stub during relocation. Somewhat redundant with the
above: error coverage is easier and we don't have to reset the
stubs_size_sum for relocation. */
bfd_size_type stub_offset;
} pjs;
/* Whether there has been a warning that this section could not be
linked due to a specific cause. FIXME: a way to access the
linker info or output section, then stuff the limiter guard
there. */
bfd_boolean has_warned_bpo;
bfd_boolean has_warned_pushj;
};
#define mmix_elf_section_data(sec) \
((struct _mmix_elf_section_data *) elf_section_data (sec))
/* For each section containing a base-plus-offset (BPO) reloc, we attach
this struct as mmix_elf_section_data (section)->bpo, which is otherwise
NULL. */
struct bpo_reloc_section_info
{
/* The base is 1; this is the first number in this section. */
size_t first_base_plus_offset_reloc;
/* Number of BPO-relocs in this section. */
size_t n_bpo_relocs_this_section;
/* Running index, used at relocation time. */
size_t bpo_index;
/* We don't have access to the bfd_link_info struct in
mmix_final_link_relocate. What we really want to get at is the
global single struct greg_relocation, so we stash it here. */
asection *bpo_greg_section;
};
/* Helper struct (in global context) for the one below.
There's one of these created for every BPO reloc. */
struct bpo_reloc_request
{
bfd_vma value;
/* Valid after relaxation. The base is 0; the first register number
must be added. The offset is in range 0..255. */
size_t regindex;
size_t offset;
/* The order number for this BPO reloc, corresponding to the order in
which BPO relocs were found. Used to create an index after reloc
requests are sorted. */
size_t bpo_reloc_no;
/* Set when the value is computed. Better than coding "guard values"
into the other members. Is FALSE only for BPO relocs in a GC:ed
section. */
bfd_boolean valid;
};
/* We attach this as mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->bpo in the linker-allocated
greg contents section (MMIX_LD_ALLOCATED_REG_CONTENTS_SECTION_NAME),
which is linked into the register contents section
(MMIX_REG_CONTENTS_SECTION_NAME). This section is created by the
linker; using the same hook as for usual with BPO relocs does not
collide. */
struct bpo_greg_section_info
{
/* After GC, this reflects the number of remaining, non-excluded
BPO-relocs. */
size_t n_bpo_relocs;
/* This is the number of allocated bpo_reloc_requests; the size of
sorted_indexes. Valid after the check.*relocs functions are called
for all incoming sections. It includes the number of BPO relocs in
sections that were GC:ed. */
size_t n_max_bpo_relocs;
/* A counter used to find out when to fold the BPO gregs, since we
don't have a single "after-relaxation" hook. */
size_t n_remaining_bpo_relocs_this_relaxation_round;
/* The number of linker-allocated GREGs resulting from BPO relocs.
This is an approximation after _bfd_mmix_before_linker_allocation
and supposedly accurate after mmix_elf_relax_section is called for
all incoming non-collected sections. */
size_t n_allocated_bpo_gregs;
/* Index into reloc_request[], sorted on increasing "value", secondary
by increasing index for strict sorting order. */
size_t *bpo_reloc_indexes;
/* An array of all relocations, with the "value" member filled in by
the relaxation function. */
struct bpo_reloc_request *reloc_request;
};
extern bfd_boolean mmix_elf_final_link (bfd *, struct bfd_link_info *);
extern void mmix_elf_symbol_processing (bfd *, asymbol *);
/* Only intended to be called from a debugger. */
extern void mmix_dump_bpo_gregs
(struct bfd_link_info *, bfd_error_handler_type);
static void
mmix_set_relaxable_size (bfd *, asection *, void *);
static bfd_reloc_status_type
mmix_elf_reloc (bfd *, arelent *, asymbol *, void *,
asection *, bfd *, char **);
static bfd_reloc_status_type
mmix_final_link_relocate (reloc_howto_type *, asection *, bfd_byte *, bfd_vma,
bfd_signed_vma, bfd_vma, const char *, asection *,
char **);
/* Watch out: this currently needs to have elements with the same index as
their R_MMIX_ number. */
static reloc_howto_type elf_mmix_howto_table[] =
{
/* This reloc does nothing. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_NONE, /* type */
0, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
32, /* bitsize */
FALSE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_bitfield, /* complain_on_overflow */
bfd_elf_generic_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_NONE", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
0, /* src_mask */
0, /* dst_mask */
FALSE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* An 8 bit absolute relocation. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_8, /* type */
0, /* rightshift */
0, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
8, /* bitsize */
FALSE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_bitfield, /* complain_on_overflow */
bfd_elf_generic_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_8", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
0, /* src_mask */
0xff, /* dst_mask */
FALSE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* An 16 bit absolute relocation. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_16, /* type */
0, /* rightshift */
1, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
16, /* bitsize */
FALSE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_bitfield, /* complain_on_overflow */
bfd_elf_generic_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_16", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
0, /* src_mask */
0xffff, /* dst_mask */
FALSE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* An 24 bit absolute relocation. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_24, /* type */
0, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
24, /* bitsize */
FALSE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_bitfield, /* complain_on_overflow */
bfd_elf_generic_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_24", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0xffffff, /* src_mask */
0xffffff, /* dst_mask */
FALSE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* A 32 bit absolute relocation. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_32, /* type */
0, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
32, /* bitsize */
FALSE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_bitfield, /* complain_on_overflow */
bfd_elf_generic_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_32", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
0, /* src_mask */
0xffffffff, /* dst_mask */
FALSE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* 64 bit relocation. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_64, /* type */
0, /* rightshift */
4, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
64, /* bitsize */
FALSE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_bitfield, /* complain_on_overflow */
bfd_elf_generic_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_64", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
0, /* src_mask */
MINUS_ONE, /* dst_mask */
FALSE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* An 8 bit PC-relative relocation. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_PC_8, /* type */
0, /* rightshift */
0, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
8, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_bitfield, /* complain_on_overflow */
bfd_elf_generic_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_PC_8", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
0, /* src_mask */
0xff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* An 16 bit PC-relative relocation. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_PC_16, /* type */
0, /* rightshift */
1, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
16, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_bitfield, /* complain_on_overflow */
bfd_elf_generic_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_PC_16", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
0, /* src_mask */
0xffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* An 24 bit PC-relative relocation. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_PC_24, /* type */
0, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
24, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_bitfield, /* complain_on_overflow */
bfd_elf_generic_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_PC_24", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0xffffff, /* src_mask */
0xffffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* A 32 bit absolute PC-relative relocation. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_PC_32, /* type */
0, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
32, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_bitfield, /* complain_on_overflow */
bfd_elf_generic_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_PC_32", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
0, /* src_mask */
0xffffffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* 64 bit PC-relative relocation. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_PC_64, /* type */
0, /* rightshift */
4, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
64, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_bitfield, /* complain_on_overflow */
bfd_elf_generic_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_PC_64", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
0, /* src_mask */
MINUS_ONE, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* GNU extension to record C++ vtable hierarchy. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_GNU_VTINHERIT, /* type */
0, /* rightshift */
0, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
0, /* bitsize */
FALSE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_dont, /* complain_on_overflow */
NULL, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_GNU_VTINHERIT", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
0, /* src_mask */
0, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* GNU extension to record C++ vtable member usage. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_GNU_VTENTRY, /* type */
0, /* rightshift */
0, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
0, /* bitsize */
FALSE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_dont, /* complain_on_overflow */
_bfd_elf_rel_vtable_reloc_fn, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_GNU_VTENTRY", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
0, /* src_mask */
0, /* dst_mask */
FALSE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* The GETA relocation is supposed to get any address that could
possibly be reached by the GETA instruction. It can silently expand
to get a 64-bit operand, but will complain if any of the two least
significant bits are set. The howto members reflect a simple GETA. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_GETA, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
19, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_GETA", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x0100ffff, /* src_mask */
0x0100ffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_GETA_1, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
19, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_GETA_1", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x0100ffff, /* src_mask */
0x0100ffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_GETA_2, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
19, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_GETA_2", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x0100ffff, /* src_mask */
0x0100ffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_GETA_3, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
19, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_GETA_3", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x0100ffff, /* src_mask */
0x0100ffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* The conditional branches are supposed to reach any (code) address.
It can silently expand to a 64-bit operand, but will emit an error if
any of the two least significant bits are set. The howto members
reflect a simple branch. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_CBRANCH, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
19, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_CBRANCH", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x0100ffff, /* src_mask */
0x0100ffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_CBRANCH_J, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
19, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_CBRANCH_J", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x0100ffff, /* src_mask */
0x0100ffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_CBRANCH_1, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
19, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_CBRANCH_1", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x0100ffff, /* src_mask */
0x0100ffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_CBRANCH_2, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
19, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_CBRANCH_2", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x0100ffff, /* src_mask */
0x0100ffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_CBRANCH_3, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
19, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_CBRANCH_3", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x0100ffff, /* src_mask */
0x0100ffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* The PUSHJ instruction can reach any (code) address, as long as it's
the beginning of a function (no usable restriction). It can silently
expand to a 64-bit operand, but will emit an error if any of the two
least significant bits are set. It can also expand into a call to a
stub; see R_MMIX_PUSHJ_STUBBABLE. The howto members reflect a simple
PUSHJ. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_PUSHJ, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
19, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_PUSHJ", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x0100ffff, /* src_mask */
0x0100ffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_PUSHJ_1, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
19, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_PUSHJ_1", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x0100ffff, /* src_mask */
0x0100ffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_PUSHJ_2, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
19, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_PUSHJ_2", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x0100ffff, /* src_mask */
0x0100ffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_PUSHJ_3, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
19, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_PUSHJ_3", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x0100ffff, /* src_mask */
0x0100ffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* A JMP is supposed to reach any (code) address. By itself, it can
reach +-64M; the expansion can reach all 64 bits. Note that the 64M
limit is soon reached if you link the program in wildly different
memory segments. The howto members reflect a trivial JMP. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_JMP, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
27, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_JMP", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x1ffffff, /* src_mask */
0x1ffffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_JMP_1, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
27, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_JMP_1", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x1ffffff, /* src_mask */
0x1ffffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_JMP_2, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
27, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_JMP_2", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x1ffffff, /* src_mask */
0x1ffffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_JMP_3, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
27, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_JMP_3", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x1ffffff, /* src_mask */
0x1ffffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* When we don't emit link-time-relaxable code from the assembler, or
when relaxation has done all it can do, these relocs are used. For
GETA/PUSHJ/branches. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_ADDR19, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
19, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_ADDR19", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x0100ffff, /* src_mask */
0x0100ffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* For JMP. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_ADDR27, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
27, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_ADDR27", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x1ffffff, /* src_mask */
0x1ffffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* A general register or the value 0..255. If a value, then the
instruction (offset -3) needs adjusting. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_REG_OR_BYTE, /* type */
0, /* rightshift */
1, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
8, /* bitsize */
FALSE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_bitfield, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_REG_OR_BYTE", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
0, /* src_mask */
0xff, /* dst_mask */
FALSE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* A general register. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_REG, /* type */
0, /* rightshift */
1, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
8, /* bitsize */
FALSE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_bitfield, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_REG", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
0, /* src_mask */
0xff, /* dst_mask */
FALSE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* A register plus an index, corresponding to the relocation expression.
The sizes must correspond to the valid range of the expression, while
the bitmasks correspond to what we store in the image. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_BASE_PLUS_OFFSET, /* type */
0, /* rightshift */
4, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
64, /* bitsize */
FALSE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_bitfield, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_BASE_PLUS_OFFSET", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
0, /* src_mask */
0xffff, /* dst_mask */
FALSE), /* pcrel_offset */
/* A "magic" relocation for a LOCAL expression, asserting that the
expression is less than the number of global registers. No actual
modification of the contents is done. Implementing this as a
relocation was less intrusive than e.g. putting such expressions in a
section to discard *after* relocation. */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_LOCAL, /* type */
0, /* rightshift */
0, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
0, /* bitsize */
FALSE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_dont, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_LOCAL", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
0, /* src_mask */
0, /* dst_mask */
FALSE), /* pcrel_offset */
HOWTO (R_MMIX_PUSHJ_STUBBABLE, /* type */
2, /* rightshift */
2, /* size (0 = byte, 1 = short, 2 = long) */
19, /* bitsize */
TRUE, /* pc_relative */
0, /* bitpos */
complain_overflow_signed, /* complain_on_overflow */
mmix_elf_reloc, /* special_function */
"R_MMIX_PUSHJ_STUBBABLE", /* name */
FALSE, /* partial_inplace */
~0x0100ffff, /* src_mask */
0x0100ffff, /* dst_mask */
TRUE) /* pcrel_offset */
};
/* Map BFD reloc types to MMIX ELF reloc types. */
struct mmix_reloc_map
{
bfd_reloc_code_real_type bfd_reloc_val;
enum elf_mmix_reloc_type elf_reloc_val;
};
static const struct mmix_reloc_map mmix_reloc_map[] =
{
{BFD_RELOC_NONE, R_MMIX_NONE},
{BFD_RELOC_8, R_MMIX_8},
{BFD_RELOC_16, R_MMIX_16},
{BFD_RELOC_24, R_MMIX_24},
{BFD_RELOC_32, R_MMIX_32},
{BFD_RELOC_64, R_MMIX_64},
{BFD_RELOC_8_PCREL, R_MMIX_PC_8},
{BFD_RELOC_16_PCREL, R_MMIX_PC_16},
{BFD_RELOC_24_PCREL, R_MMIX_PC_24},
{BFD_RELOC_32_PCREL, R_MMIX_PC_32},
{BFD_RELOC_64_PCREL, R_MMIX_PC_64},
{BFD_RELOC_VTABLE_INHERIT, R_MMIX_GNU_VTINHERIT},
{BFD_RELOC_VTABLE_ENTRY, R_MMIX_GNU_VTENTRY},
{BFD_RELOC_MMIX_GETA, R_MMIX_GETA},
{BFD_RELOC_MMIX_CBRANCH, R_MMIX_CBRANCH},
{BFD_RELOC_MMIX_PUSHJ, R_MMIX_PUSHJ},
{BFD_RELOC_MMIX_JMP, R_MMIX_JMP},
{BFD_RELOC_MMIX_ADDR19, R_MMIX_ADDR19},
{BFD_RELOC_MMIX_ADDR27, R_MMIX_ADDR27},
{BFD_RELOC_MMIX_REG_OR_BYTE, R_MMIX_REG_OR_BYTE},
{BFD_RELOC_MMIX_REG, R_MMIX_REG},
{BFD_RELOC_MMIX_BASE_PLUS_OFFSET, R_MMIX_BASE_PLUS_OFFSET},
{BFD_RELOC_MMIX_LOCAL, R_MMIX_LOCAL},
{BFD_RELOC_MMIX_PUSHJ_STUBBABLE, R_MMIX_PUSHJ_STUBBABLE}
};
static reloc_howto_type *
bfd_elf64_bfd_reloc_type_lookup (bfd *abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
bfd_reloc_code_real_type code)
{
unsigned int i;
for (i = 0;
i < sizeof (mmix_reloc_map) / sizeof (mmix_reloc_map[0]);
i++)
{
if (mmix_reloc_map[i].bfd_reloc_val == code)
return &elf_mmix_howto_table[mmix_reloc_map[i].elf_reloc_val];
}
return NULL;
}
static reloc_howto_type *
bfd_elf64_bfd_reloc_name_lookup (bfd *abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
const char *r_name)
{
unsigned int i;
for (i = 0;
i < sizeof (elf_mmix_howto_table) / sizeof (elf_mmix_howto_table[0]);
i++)
if (elf_mmix_howto_table[i].name != NULL
&& strcasecmp (elf_mmix_howto_table[i].name, r_name) == 0)
return &elf_mmix_howto_table[i];
return NULL;
}
static bfd_boolean
mmix_elf_new_section_hook (bfd *abfd, asection *sec)
{
if (!sec->used_by_bfd)
{
struct _mmix_elf_section_data *sdata;
bfd_size_type amt = sizeof (*sdata);
sdata = bfd_zalloc (abfd, amt);
if (sdata == NULL)
return FALSE;
sec->used_by_bfd = sdata;
}
return _bfd_elf_new_section_hook (abfd, sec);
}
/* This function performs the actual bitfiddling and sanity check for a
final relocation. Each relocation gets its *worst*-case expansion
in size when it arrives here; any reduction in size should have been
caught in linker relaxation earlier. When we get here, the relocation
looks like the smallest instruction with SWYM:s (nop:s) appended to the
max size. We fill in those nop:s.
R_MMIX_GETA: (FIXME: Relaxation should break this up in 1, 2, 3 tetra)
GETA $N,foo
->
SETL $N,foo & 0xffff
INCML $N,(foo >> 16) & 0xffff
INCMH $N,(foo >> 32) & 0xffff
INCH $N,(foo >> 48) & 0xffff
R_MMIX_CBRANCH: (FIXME: Relaxation should break this up, but
condbranches needing relaxation might be rare enough to not be
worthwhile.)
[P]Bcc $N,foo
->
[~P]B~cc $N,.+20
SETL $255,foo & ...
INCML ...
INCMH ...
INCH ...
GO $255,$255,0
R_MMIX_PUSHJ: (FIXME: Relaxation...)
PUSHJ $N,foo
->
SETL $255,foo & ...
INCML ...
INCMH ...
INCH ...
PUSHGO $N,$255,0
R_MMIX_JMP: (FIXME: Relaxation...)
JMP foo
->
SETL $255,foo & ...
INCML ...
INCMH ...
INCH ...
GO $255,$255,0
R_MMIX_ADDR19 and R_MMIX_ADDR27 are just filled in. */
static bfd_reloc_status_type
mmix_elf_perform_relocation (asection *isec, reloc_howto_type *howto,
void *datap, bfd_vma addr, bfd_vma value,
char **error_message)
{
bfd *abfd = isec->owner;
bfd_reloc_status_type flag = bfd_reloc_ok;
bfd_reloc_status_type r;
int offs = 0;
int reg = 255;
/* The worst case bits are all similar SETL/INCML/INCMH/INCH sequences.
We handle the differences here and the common sequence later. */
switch (howto->type)
{
case R_MMIX_GETA:
offs = 0;
reg = bfd_get_8 (abfd, (bfd_byte *) datap + 1);
/* We change to an absolute value. */
value += addr;
break;
case R_MMIX_CBRANCH:
{
int in1 = bfd_get_16 (abfd, (bfd_byte *) datap) << 16;
/* Invert the condition and prediction bit, and set the offset
to five instructions ahead.
We *can* do better if we want to. If the branch is found to be
within limits, we could leave the branch as is; there'll just
be a bunch of NOP:s after it. But we shouldn't see this
sequence often enough that it's worth doing it. */
bfd_put_32 (abfd,
(((in1 ^ ((PRED_INV_BIT | COND_INV_BIT) << 24)) & ~0xffff)
| (24/4)),
(bfd_byte *) datap);
/* Put a "GO $255,$255,0" after the common sequence. */
bfd_put_32 (abfd,
((GO_INSN_BYTE | IMM_OFFSET_BIT) << 24) | 0xffff00,
(bfd_byte *) datap + 20);
/* Common sequence starts at offset 4. */
offs = 4;
/* We change to an absolute value. */
value += addr;
}
break;
case R_MMIX_PUSHJ_STUBBABLE:
/* If the address fits, we're fine. */
if ((value & 3) == 0
/* Note rightshift 0; see R_MMIX_JMP case below. */
&& (r = bfd_check_overflow (complain_overflow_signed,
howto->bitsize,
0,
bfd_arch_bits_per_address (abfd),
value)) == bfd_reloc_ok)
goto pcrel_mmix_reloc_fits;
else
{
bfd_size_type size = isec->rawsize ? isec->rawsize : isec->size;
/* We have the bytes at the PUSHJ insn and need to get the
position for the stub. There's supposed to be room allocated
for the stub. */
bfd_byte *stubcontents
= ((bfd_byte *) datap
- (addr - (isec->output_section->vma + isec->output_offset))
+ size
+ mmix_elf_section_data (isec)->pjs.stub_offset);
bfd_vma stubaddr;
if (mmix_elf_section_data (isec)->pjs.n_pushj_relocs == 0)
{
/* This shouldn't happen when linking to ELF or mmo, so
this is an attempt to link to "binary", right? We
can't access the output bfd, so we can't verify that
assumption. We only know that the critical
mmix_elf_check_common_relocs has not been called,
which happens when the output format is different
from the input format (and is not mmo). */
if (! mmix_elf_section_data (isec)->has_warned_pushj)
{
/* For the first such error per input section, produce
a verbose message. */
*error_message
= _("invalid input relocation when producing"
" non-ELF, non-mmo format output."
"\n Please use the objcopy program to convert from"
" ELF or mmo,"
"\n or assemble using"
" \"-no-expand\" (for gcc, \"-Wa,-no-expand\"");
mmix_elf_section_data (isec)->has_warned_pushj = TRUE;
return bfd_reloc_dangerous;
}
/* For subsequent errors, return this one, which is
rate-limited but looks a little bit different,
hopefully without affecting user-friendliness. */
return bfd_reloc_overflow;
}
/* The address doesn't fit, so redirect the PUSHJ to the
location of the stub. */
r = mmix_elf_perform_relocation (isec,
&elf_mmix_howto_table
[R_MMIX_ADDR19],
datap,
addr,
isec->output_section->vma
+ isec->output_offset
+ size
+ (mmix_elf_section_data (isec)
->pjs.stub_offset)
- addr,
error_message);
if (r != bfd_reloc_ok)
return r;
stubaddr
= (isec->output_section->vma
+ isec->output_offset
+ size
+ mmix_elf_section_data (isec)->pjs.stub_offset);
/* We generate a simple JMP if that suffices, else the whole 5
insn stub. */
if (bfd_check_overflow (complain_overflow_signed,
elf_mmix_howto_table[R_MMIX_ADDR27].bitsize,
0,
bfd_arch_bits_per_address (abfd),
addr + value - stubaddr) == bfd_reloc_ok)
{
bfd_put_32 (abfd, JMP_INSN_BYTE << 24, stubcontents);
r = mmix_elf_perform_relocation (isec,
&elf_mmix_howto_table
[R_MMIX_ADDR27],
stubcontents,
stubaddr,
value + addr - stubaddr,
error_message);
mmix_elf_section_data (isec)->pjs.stub_offset += 4;
if (size + mmix_elf_section_data (isec)->pjs.stub_offset
> isec->size)
abort ();
return r;
}
else
{
/* Put a "GO $255,0" after the common sequence. */
bfd_put_32 (abfd,
((GO_INSN_BYTE | IMM_OFFSET_BIT) << 24)
| 0xff00, (bfd_byte *) stubcontents + 16);
/* Prepare for the general code to set the first part of the
linker stub, and */
value += addr;
datap = stubcontents;
mmix_elf_section_data (isec)->pjs.stub_offset
+= MAX_PUSHJ_STUB_SIZE;
}
}
break;
case R_MMIX_PUSHJ:
{
int inreg = bfd_get_8 (abfd, (bfd_byte *) datap + 1);
/* Put a "PUSHGO $N,$255,0" after the common sequence. */
bfd_put_32 (abfd,
((PUSHGO_INSN_BYTE | IMM_OFFSET_BIT) << 24)
| (inreg << 16)
| 0xff00,
(bfd_byte *) datap + 16);
/* We change to an absolute value. */
value += addr;
}
break;
case R_MMIX_JMP:
/* This one is a little special. If we get here on a non-relaxing
link, and the destination is actually in range, we don't need to
execute the nops.
If so, we fall through to the bit-fiddling relocs.
FIXME: bfd_check_overflow seems broken; the relocation is
rightshifted before testing, so supply a zero rightshift. */
if (! ((value & 3) == 0
&& (r = bfd_check_overflow (complain_overflow_signed,
howto->bitsize,
0,
bfd_arch_bits_per_address (abfd),
value)) == bfd_reloc_ok))
{
/* If the relocation doesn't fit in a JMP, we let the NOP:s be
modified below, and put a "GO $255,$255,0" after the
address-loading sequence. */
bfd_put_32 (abfd,
((GO_INSN_BYTE | IMM_OFFSET_BIT) << 24)
| 0xffff00,
(bfd_byte *) datap + 16);
/* We change to an absolute value. */
value += addr;
break;
}
/* FALLTHROUGH. */
case R_MMIX_ADDR19:
case R_MMIX_ADDR27:
pcrel_mmix_reloc_fits:
/* These must be in range, or else we emit an error. */
if ((value & 3) == 0
/* Note rightshift 0; see above. */
&& (r = bfd_check_overflow (complain_overflow_signed,
howto->bitsize,
0,
bfd_arch_bits_per_address (abfd),
value)) == bfd_reloc_ok)
{
bfd_vma in1
= bfd_get_32 (abfd, (bfd_byte *) datap);
bfd_vma highbit;
if ((bfd_signed_vma) value < 0)
{
highbit = 1 << 24;
value += (1 << (howto->bitsize - 1));
}
else
highbit = 0;
value >>= 2;
bfd_put_32 (abfd,
(in1 & howto->src_mask)
| highbit
| (value & howto->dst_mask),
(bfd_byte *) datap);
return bfd_reloc_ok;
}
else
return bfd_reloc_overflow;
case R_MMIX_BASE_PLUS_OFFSET:
{
struct bpo_reloc_section_info *bpodata
= mmix_elf_section_data (isec)->bpo.reloc;
asection *bpo_greg_section;
struct bpo_greg_section_info *gregdata;
size_t bpo_index;
if (bpodata == NULL)
{
/* This shouldn't happen when linking to ELF or mmo, so
this is an attempt to link to "binary", right? We
can't access the output bfd, so we can't verify that
assumption. We only know that the critical
mmix_elf_check_common_relocs has not been called, which
happens when the output format is different from the
input format (and is not mmo). */
if (! mmix_elf_section_data (isec)->has_warned_bpo)
{
/* For the first such error per input section, produce
a verbose message. */
*error_message
= _("invalid input relocation when producing"
" non-ELF, non-mmo format output."
"\n Please use the objcopy program to convert from"
" ELF or mmo,"
"\n or compile using the gcc-option"
" \"-mno-base-addresses\".");
mmix_elf_section_data (isec)->has_warned_bpo = TRUE;
return bfd_reloc_dangerous;
}
/* For subsequent errors, return this one, which is
rate-limited but looks a little bit different,
hopefully without affecting user-friendliness. */
return bfd_reloc_overflow;
}
bpo_greg_section = bpodata->bpo_greg_section;
gregdata = mmix_elf_section_data (bpo_greg_section)->bpo.greg;
bpo_index = gregdata->bpo_reloc_indexes[bpodata->bpo_index++];
/* A consistency check: The value we now have in "relocation" must
be the same as the value we stored for that relocation. It
doesn't cost much, so can be left in at all times. */
if (value != gregdata->reloc_request[bpo_index].value)
{
(*_bfd_error_handler)
(_("%s: Internal inconsistency error for value for\n\
linker-allocated global register: linked: 0x%lx%08lx != relaxed: 0x%lx%08lx\n"),
bfd_get_filename (isec->owner),
(unsigned long) (value >> 32), (unsigned long) value,
(unsigned long) (gregdata->reloc_request[bpo_index].value
>> 32),
(unsigned long) gregdata->reloc_request[bpo_index].value);
bfd_set_error (bfd_error_bad_value);
return bfd_reloc_overflow;
}
/* Then store the register number and offset for that register
into datap and datap + 1 respectively. */
bfd_put_8 (abfd,
gregdata->reloc_request[bpo_index].regindex
+ bpo_greg_section->output_section->vma / 8,
datap);
bfd_put_8 (abfd,
gregdata->reloc_request[bpo_index].offset,
((unsigned char *) datap) + 1);
return bfd_reloc_ok;
}
case R_MMIX_REG_OR_BYTE:
case R_MMIX_REG:
if (value > 255)
return bfd_reloc_overflow;
bfd_put_8 (abfd, value, datap);
return bfd_reloc_ok;
default:
BAD_CASE (howto->type);
}
/* This code adds the common SETL/INCML/INCMH/INCH worst-case
sequence. */
/* Lowest two bits must be 0. We return bfd_reloc_overflow for
everything that looks strange. */
if (value & 3)
flag = bfd_reloc_overflow;
bfd_put_32 (abfd,
(SETL_INSN_BYTE << 24) | (value & 0xffff) | (reg << 16),
(bfd_byte *) datap + offs);
bfd_put_32 (abfd,
(INCML_INSN_BYTE << 24) | ((value >> 16) & 0xffff) | (reg << 16),
(bfd_byte *) datap + offs + 4);
bfd_put_32 (abfd,
(INCMH_INSN_BYTE << 24) | ((value >> 32) & 0xffff) | (reg << 16),
(bfd_byte *) datap + offs + 8);
bfd_put_32 (abfd,
(INCH_INSN_BYTE << 24) | ((value >> 48) & 0xffff) | (reg << 16),
(bfd_byte *) datap + offs + 12);
return flag;
}
/* Set the howto pointer for an MMIX ELF reloc (type RELA). */
static void
mmix_info_to_howto_rela (bfd *abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
arelent *cache_ptr,
Elf_Internal_Rela *dst)
{
unsigned int r_type;
r_type = ELF64_R_TYPE (dst->r_info);
BFD_ASSERT (r_type < (unsigned int) R_MMIX_max);
cache_ptr->howto = &elf_mmix_howto_table[r_type];
}
/* Any MMIX-specific relocation gets here at assembly time or when linking
to other formats (such as mmo); this is the relocation function from
the reloc_table. We don't get here for final pure ELF linking. */
static bfd_reloc_status_type
mmix_elf_reloc (bfd *abfd,
arelent *reloc_entry,
asymbol *symbol,
void * data,
asection *input_section,
bfd *output_bfd,
char **error_message)
{
bfd_vma relocation;
bfd_reloc_status_type r;
asection *reloc_target_output_section;
bfd_reloc_status_type flag = bfd_reloc_ok;
bfd_vma output_base = 0;
r = bfd_elf_generic_reloc (abfd, reloc_entry, symbol, data,
input_section, output_bfd, error_message);
/* If that was all that was needed (i.e. this isn't a final link, only
some segment adjustments), we're done. */
if (r != bfd_reloc_continue)
return r;
if (bfd_is_und_section (symbol->section)
&& (symbol->flags & BSF_WEAK) == 0
&& output_bfd == (bfd *) NULL)
return bfd_reloc_undefined;
/* Is the address of the relocation really within the section? */
if (reloc_entry->address > bfd_get_section_limit (abfd, input_section))
return bfd_reloc_outofrange;
/* Work out which section the relocation is targeted at and the
initial relocation command value. */
/* Get symbol value. (Common symbols are special.) */
if (bfd_is_com_section (symbol->section))
relocation = 0;
else
relocation = symbol->value;
reloc_target_output_section = bfd_get_output_section (symbol);
/* Here the variable relocation holds the final address of the symbol we
are relocating against, plus any addend. */
if (output_bfd)
output_base = 0;
else
output_base = reloc_target_output_section->vma;
relocation += output_base + symbol->section->output_offset;
if (output_bfd != (bfd *) NULL)
{
/* Add in supplied addend. */
relocation += reloc_entry->addend;
/* This is a partial relocation, and we want to apply the
relocation to the reloc entry rather than the raw data.
Modify the reloc inplace to reflect what we now know. */
reloc_entry->addend = relocation;
reloc_entry->address += input_section->output_offset;
return flag;
}
return mmix_final_link_relocate (reloc_entry->howto, input_section,
data, reloc_entry->address,
reloc_entry->addend, relocation,
bfd_asymbol_name (symbol),
reloc_target_output_section,
error_message);
}
/* Relocate an MMIX ELF section. Modified from elf32-fr30.c; look to it
for guidance if you're thinking of copying this. */
static bfd_boolean
mmix_elf_relocate_section (bfd *output_bfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
struct bfd_link_info *info,
bfd *input_bfd,
asection *input_section,
bfd_byte *contents,
Elf_Internal_Rela *relocs,
Elf_Internal_Sym *local_syms,
asection **local_sections)
{
Elf_Internal_Shdr *symtab_hdr;
struct elf_link_hash_entry **sym_hashes;
Elf_Internal_Rela *rel;
Elf_Internal_Rela *relend;
bfd_size_type size;
size_t pjsno = 0;
size = input_section->rawsize ? input_section->rawsize : input_section->size;
symtab_hdr = &elf_tdata (input_bfd)->symtab_hdr;
sym_hashes = elf_sym_hashes (input_bfd);
relend = relocs + input_section->reloc_count;
/* Zero the stub area before we start. */
if (input_section->rawsize != 0
&& input_section->size > input_section->rawsize)
memset (contents + input_section->rawsize, 0,
input_section->size - input_section->rawsize);
for (rel = relocs; rel < relend; rel ++)
{
reloc_howto_type *howto;
unsigned long r_symndx;
Elf_Internal_Sym *sym;
asection *sec;
struct elf_link_hash_entry *h;
bfd_vma relocation;
bfd_reloc_status_type r;
const char *name = NULL;
int r_type;
bfd_boolean undefined_signalled = FALSE;
r_type = ELF64_R_TYPE (rel->r_info);
if (r_type == R_MMIX_GNU_VTINHERIT
|| r_type == R_MMIX_GNU_VTENTRY)
continue;
r_symndx = ELF64_R_SYM (rel->r_info);
howto = elf_mmix_howto_table + ELF64_R_TYPE (rel->r_info);
h = NULL;
sym = NULL;
sec = NULL;
if (r_symndx < symtab_hdr->sh_info)
{
sym = local_syms + r_symndx;
sec = local_sections [r_symndx];
relocation = _bfd_elf_rela_local_sym (output_bfd, sym, &sec, rel);
name = bfd_elf_string_from_elf_section (input_bfd,
symtab_hdr->sh_link,
sym->st_name);
if (name == NULL)
name = bfd_section_name (input_bfd, sec);
}
else
{
bfd_boolean unresolved_reloc;
RELOC_FOR_GLOBAL_SYMBOL (info, input_bfd, input_section, rel,
r_symndx, symtab_hdr, sym_hashes,
h, sec, relocation,
unresolved_reloc, undefined_signalled);
name = h->root.root.string;
}
if (sec != NULL && discarded_section (sec))
RELOC_AGAINST_DISCARDED_SECTION (info, input_bfd, input_section,
rel, 1, relend, howto, 0, contents);
if (info->relocatable)
{
/* This is a relocatable link. For most relocs we don't have to
change anything, unless the reloc is against a section
symbol, in which case we have to adjust according to where
the section symbol winds up in the output section. */
if (sym != NULL && ELF_ST_TYPE (sym->st_info) == STT_SECTION)
rel->r_addend += sec->output_offset;
/* For PUSHJ stub relocs however, we may need to change the
reloc and the section contents, if the reloc doesn't reach
beyond the end of the output section and previous stubs.
Then we change the section contents to be a PUSHJ to the end
of the input section plus stubs (we can do that without using
a reloc), and then we change the reloc to be a R_MMIX_PUSHJ
at the stub location. */
if (r_type == R_MMIX_PUSHJ_STUBBABLE)
{
/* We've already checked whether we need a stub; use that
knowledge. */
if (mmix_elf_section_data (input_section)->pjs.stub_size[pjsno]
!= 0)
{
Elf_Internal_Rela relcpy;
if (mmix_elf_section_data (input_section)
->pjs.stub_size[pjsno] != MAX_PUSHJ_STUB_SIZE)
abort ();
/* There's already a PUSHJ insn there, so just fill in
the offset bits to the stub. */
if (mmix_final_link_relocate (elf_mmix_howto_table
+ R_MMIX_ADDR19,
input_section,
contents,
rel->r_offset,
0,
input_section
->output_section->vma
+ input_section->output_offset
+ size
+ mmix_elf_section_data (input_section)
->pjs.stub_offset,
NULL, NULL, NULL) != bfd_reloc_ok)
return FALSE;
/* Put a JMP insn at the stub; it goes with the
R_MMIX_JMP reloc. */
bfd_put_32 (output_bfd, JMP_INSN_BYTE << 24,
contents
+ size
+ mmix_elf_section_data (input_section)
->pjs.stub_offset);
/* Change the reloc to be at the stub, and to a full
R_MMIX_JMP reloc. */
rel->r_info = ELF64_R_INFO (r_symndx, R_MMIX_JMP);
rel->r_offset
= (size
+ mmix_elf_section_data (input_section)
->pjs.stub_offset);
mmix_elf_section_data (input_section)->pjs.stub_offset
+= MAX_PUSHJ_STUB_SIZE;
/* Shift this reloc to the end of the relocs to maintain
the r_offset sorted reloc order. */
relcpy = *rel;
memmove (rel, rel + 1, (char *) relend - (char *) rel);
relend[-1] = relcpy;
/* Back up one reloc, or else we'd skip the next reloc
in turn. */
rel--;
}
pjsno++;
}
continue;
}
r = mmix_final_link_relocate (howto, input_section,
contents, rel->r_offset,
rel->r_addend, relocation, name, sec, NULL);
if (r != bfd_reloc_ok)
{
bfd_boolean check_ok = TRUE;
const char * msg = (const char *) NULL;
switch (r)
{
case bfd_reloc_overflow:
check_ok = info->callbacks->reloc_overflow
(info, (h ? &h->root : NULL), name, howto->name,
(bfd_vma) 0, input_bfd, input_section, rel->r_offset);
break;
case bfd_reloc_undefined:
/* We may have sent this message above. */
if (! undefined_signalled)
check_ok = info->callbacks->undefined_symbol
(info, name, input_bfd, input_section, rel->r_offset,
TRUE);
undefined_signalled = TRUE;
break;
case bfd_reloc_outofrange:
msg = _("internal error: out of range error");
break;
case bfd_reloc_notsupported:
msg = _("internal error: unsupported relocation error");
break;
case bfd_reloc_dangerous:
msg = _("internal error: dangerous relocation");
break;
default:
msg = _("internal error: unknown error");
break;
}
if (msg)
check_ok = info->callbacks->warning
(info, msg, name, input_bfd, input_section, rel->r_offset);
if (! check_ok)
return FALSE;
}
}
return TRUE;
}
/* Perform a single relocation. By default we use the standard BFD
routines. A few relocs we have to do ourselves. */
static bfd_reloc_status_type
mmix_final_link_relocate (reloc_howto_type *howto, asection *input_section,
bfd_byte *contents, bfd_vma r_offset,
bfd_signed_vma r_addend, bfd_vma relocation,
const char *symname, asection *symsec,
char **error_message)
{
bfd_reloc_status_type r = bfd_reloc_ok;
bfd_vma addr
= (input_section->output_section->vma
+ input_section->output_offset
+ r_offset);
bfd_signed_vma srel
= (bfd_signed_vma) relocation + r_addend;
switch (howto->type)
{
/* All these are PC-relative. */
case R_MMIX_PUSHJ_STUBBABLE:
case R_MMIX_PUSHJ:
case R_MMIX_CBRANCH:
case R_MMIX_ADDR19:
case R_MMIX_GETA:
case R_MMIX_ADDR27:
case R_MMIX_JMP:
contents += r_offset;
srel -= (input_section->output_section->vma
+ input_section->output_offset
+ r_offset);
r = mmix_elf_perform_relocation (input_section, howto, contents,
addr, srel, error_message);
break;
case R_MMIX_BASE_PLUS_OFFSET:
if (symsec == NULL)
return bfd_reloc_undefined;
/* Check that we're not relocating against a register symbol. */
if (strcmp (bfd_get_section_name (symsec->owner, symsec),
MMIX_REG_CONTENTS_SECTION_NAME) == 0
|| strcmp (bfd_get_section_name (symsec->owner, symsec),
MMIX_REG_SECTION_NAME) == 0)
{
/* Note: This is separated out into two messages in order
to ease the translation into other languages. */
if (symname == NULL || *symname == 0)
(*_bfd_error_handler)
(_("%s: base-plus-offset relocation against register symbol: (unknown) in %s"),
bfd_get_filename (input_section->owner),
bfd_get_section_name (symsec->owner, symsec));
else
(*_bfd_error_handler)
(_("%s: base-plus-offset relocation against register symbol: %s in %s"),
bfd_get_filename (input_section->owner), symname,
bfd_get_section_name (symsec->owner, symsec));
return bfd_reloc_overflow;
}
goto do_mmix_reloc;
case R_MMIX_REG_OR_BYTE:
case R_MMIX_REG:
/* For now, we handle these alike. They must refer to an register
symbol, which is either relative to the register section and in
the range 0..255, or is in the register contents section with vma
regno * 8. */
/* FIXME: A better way to check for reg contents section?
FIXME: Postpone section->scaling to mmix_elf_perform_relocation? */
if (symsec == NULL)
return bfd_reloc_undefined;
if (strcmp (bfd_get_section_name (symsec->owner, symsec),
MMIX_REG_CONTENTS_SECTION_NAME) == 0)
{
if ((srel & 7) != 0 || srel < 32*8 || srel > 255*8)
{
/* The bfd_reloc_outofrange return value, though intuitively
a better value, will not get us an error. */
return bfd_reloc_overflow;
}
srel /= 8;
}
else if (strcmp (bfd_get_section_name (symsec->owner, symsec),
MMIX_REG_SECTION_NAME) == 0)
{
if (srel < 0 || srel > 255)
/* The bfd_reloc_outofrange return value, though intuitively a
better value, will not get us an error. */
return bfd_reloc_overflow;
}
else
{
/* Note: This is separated out into two messages in order
to ease the translation into other languages. */
if (symname == NULL || *symname == 0)
(*_bfd_error_handler)
(_("%s: register relocation against non-register symbol: (unknown) in %s"),
bfd_get_filename (input_section->owner),
bfd_get_section_name (symsec->owner, symsec));
else
(*_bfd_error_handler)
(_("%s: register relocation against non-register symbol: %s in %s"),
bfd_get_filename (input_section->owner), symname,
bfd_get_section_name (symsec->owner, symsec));
/* The bfd_reloc_outofrange return value, though intuitively a
better value, will not get us an error. */
return bfd_reloc_overflow;
}
do_mmix_reloc:
contents += r_offset;
r = mmix_elf_perform_relocation (input_section, howto, contents,
addr, srel, error_message);
break;
case R_MMIX_LOCAL:
/* This isn't a real relocation, it's just an assertion that the
final relocation value corresponds to a local register. We
ignore the actual relocation; nothing is changed. */
{
asection *regsec
= bfd_get_section_by_name (input_section->output_section->owner,
MMIX_REG_CONTENTS_SECTION_NAME);
bfd_vma first_global;
/* Check that this is an absolute value, or a reference to the
register contents section or the register (symbol) section.
Absolute numbers can get here as undefined section. Undefined
symbols are signalled elsewhere, so there's no conflict in us
accidentally handling it. */
if (!bfd_is_abs_section (symsec)
&& !bfd_is_und_section (symsec)
&& strcmp (bfd_get_section_name (symsec->owner, symsec),
MMIX_REG_CONTENTS_SECTION_NAME) != 0
&& strcmp (bfd_get_section_name (symsec->owner, symsec),
MMIX_REG_SECTION_NAME) != 0)
{
(*_bfd_error_handler)
(_("%s: directive LOCAL valid only with a register or absolute value"),
bfd_get_filename (input_section->owner));
return bfd_reloc_overflow;
}
/* If we don't have a register contents section, then $255 is the
first global register. */
if (regsec == NULL)
first_global = 255;
else
{
first_global
= bfd_get_section_vma (input_section->output_section->owner,
regsec) / 8;
if (strcmp (bfd_get_section_name (symsec->owner, symsec),
MMIX_REG_CONTENTS_SECTION_NAME) == 0)
{
if ((srel & 7) != 0 || srel < 32*8 || srel > 255*8)
/* The bfd_reloc_outofrange return value, though
intuitively a better value, will not get us an error. */
return bfd_reloc_overflow;
srel /= 8;
}
}
if ((bfd_vma) srel >= first_global)
{
/* FIXME: Better error message. */
(*_bfd_error_handler)
(_("%s: LOCAL directive: Register $%ld is not a local register. First global register is $%ld."),
bfd_get_filename (input_section->owner), (long) srel, (long) first_global);
return bfd_reloc_overflow;
}
}
r = bfd_reloc_ok;
break;
default:
r = _bfd_final_link_relocate (howto, input_section->owner, input_section,
contents, r_offset,
relocation, r_addend);
}
return r;
}
/* Return the section that should be marked against GC for a given
relocation. */
static asection *
mmix_elf_gc_mark_hook (asection *sec,
struct bfd_link_info *info,
Elf_Internal_Rela *rel,
struct elf_link_hash_entry *h,
Elf_Internal_Sym *sym)
{
if (h != NULL)
switch (ELF64_R_TYPE (rel->r_info))
{
case R_MMIX_GNU_VTINHERIT:
case R_MMIX_GNU_VTENTRY:
return NULL;
}
return _bfd_elf_gc_mark_hook (sec, info, rel, h, sym);
}
/* Update relocation info for a GC-excluded section. We could supposedly
perform the allocation after GC, but there's no suitable hook between
GC (or section merge) and the point when all input sections must be
present. Better to waste some memory and (perhaps) a little time. */
static bfd_boolean
mmix_elf_gc_sweep_hook (bfd *abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
struct bfd_link_info *info ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
asection *sec,
const Elf_Internal_Rela *relocs ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
{
struct bpo_reloc_section_info *bpodata
= mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->bpo.reloc;
asection *allocated_gregs_section;
/* If no bpodata here, we have nothing to do. */
if (bpodata == NULL)
return TRUE;
allocated_gregs_section = bpodata->bpo_greg_section;
mmix_elf_section_data (allocated_gregs_section)->bpo.greg->n_bpo_relocs
-= bpodata->n_bpo_relocs_this_section;
return TRUE;
}
/* Sort register relocs to come before expanding relocs. */
static int
mmix_elf_sort_relocs (const void * p1, const void * p2)
{
const Elf_Internal_Rela *r1 = (const Elf_Internal_Rela *) p1;
const Elf_Internal_Rela *r2 = (const Elf_Internal_Rela *) p2;
int r1_is_reg, r2_is_reg;
/* Sort primarily on r_offset & ~3, so relocs are done to consecutive
insns. */
if ((r1->r_offset & ~(bfd_vma) 3) > (r2->r_offset & ~(bfd_vma) 3))
return 1;
else if ((r1->r_offset & ~(bfd_vma) 3) < (r2->r_offset & ~(bfd_vma) 3))
return -1;
r1_is_reg
= (ELF64_R_TYPE (r1->r_info) == R_MMIX_REG_OR_BYTE
|| ELF64_R_TYPE (r1->r_info) == R_MMIX_REG);
r2_is_reg
= (ELF64_R_TYPE (r2->r_info) == R_MMIX_REG_OR_BYTE
|| ELF64_R_TYPE (r2->r_info) == R_MMIX_REG);
if (r1_is_reg != r2_is_reg)
return r2_is_reg - r1_is_reg;
/* Neither or both are register relocs. Then sort on full offset. */
if (r1->r_offset > r2->r_offset)
return 1;
else if (r1->r_offset < r2->r_offset)
return -1;
return 0;
}
/* Subset of mmix_elf_check_relocs, common to ELF and mmo linking. */
static bfd_boolean
mmix_elf_check_common_relocs (bfd *abfd,
struct bfd_link_info *info,
asection *sec,
const Elf_Internal_Rela *relocs)
{
bfd *bpo_greg_owner = NULL;
asection *allocated_gregs_section = NULL;
struct bpo_greg_section_info *gregdata = NULL;
struct bpo_reloc_section_info *bpodata = NULL;
const Elf_Internal_Rela *rel;
const Elf_Internal_Rela *rel_end;
/* We currently have to abuse this COFF-specific member, since there's
no target-machine-dedicated member. There's no alternative outside
the bfd_link_info struct; we can't specialize a hash-table since
they're different between ELF and mmo. */
bpo_greg_owner = (bfd *) info->base_file;
rel_end = relocs + sec->reloc_count;
for (rel = relocs; rel < rel_end; rel++)
{
switch (ELF64_R_TYPE (rel->r_info))
{
/* This relocation causes a GREG allocation. We need to count
them, and we need to create a section for them, so we need an
object to fake as the owner of that section. We can't use
the ELF dynobj for this, since the ELF bits assume lots of
DSO-related stuff if that member is non-NULL. */
case R_MMIX_BASE_PLUS_OFFSET:
/* We don't do anything with this reloc for a relocatable link. */
if (info->relocatable)
break;
if (bpo_greg_owner == NULL)
{
bpo_greg_owner = abfd;
info->base_file = bpo_greg_owner;
}
if (allocated_gregs_section == NULL)
allocated_gregs_section
= bfd_get_section_by_name (bpo_greg_owner,
MMIX_LD_ALLOCATED_REG_CONTENTS_SECTION_NAME);
if (allocated_gregs_section == NULL)
{
allocated_gregs_section
= bfd_make_section_with_flags (bpo_greg_owner,
MMIX_LD_ALLOCATED_REG_CONTENTS_SECTION_NAME,
(SEC_HAS_CONTENTS
| SEC_IN_MEMORY
| SEC_LINKER_CREATED));
/* Setting both SEC_ALLOC and SEC_LOAD means the section is
treated like any other section, and we'd get errors for
address overlap with the text section. Let's set none of
those flags, as that is what currently happens for usual
GREG allocations, and that works. */
if (allocated_gregs_section == NULL
|| !bfd_set_section_alignment (bpo_greg_owner,
allocated_gregs_section,
3))
return FALSE;
gregdata = (struct bpo_greg_section_info *)
bfd_zalloc (bpo_greg_owner, sizeof (struct bpo_greg_section_info));
if (gregdata == NULL)
return FALSE;
mmix_elf_section_data (allocated_gregs_section)->bpo.greg
= gregdata;
}
else if (gregdata == NULL)
gregdata
= mmix_elf_section_data (allocated_gregs_section)->bpo.greg;
/* Get ourselves some auxiliary info for the BPO-relocs. */
if (bpodata == NULL)
{
/* No use doing a separate iteration pass to find the upper
limit - just use the number of relocs. */
bpodata = (struct bpo_reloc_section_info *)
bfd_alloc (bpo_greg_owner,
sizeof (struct bpo_reloc_section_info)
* (sec->reloc_count + 1));
if (bpodata == NULL)
return FALSE;
mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->bpo.reloc = bpodata;
bpodata->first_base_plus_offset_reloc
= bpodata->bpo_index
= gregdata->n_max_bpo_relocs;
bpodata->bpo_greg_section
= allocated_gregs_section;
bpodata->n_bpo_relocs_this_section = 0;
}
bpodata->n_bpo_relocs_this_section++;
gregdata->n_max_bpo_relocs++;
/* We don't get another chance to set this before GC; we've not
set up any hook that runs before GC. */
gregdata->n_bpo_relocs
= gregdata->n_max_bpo_relocs;
break;
case R_MMIX_PUSHJ_STUBBABLE:
mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.n_pushj_relocs++;
break;
}
}
/* Allocate per-reloc stub storage and initialize it to the max stub
size. */
if (mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.n_pushj_relocs != 0)
{
size_t i;
mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.stub_size
= bfd_alloc (abfd, mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.n_pushj_relocs
* sizeof (mmix_elf_section_data (sec)
->pjs.stub_size[0]));
if (mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.stub_size == NULL)
return FALSE;
for (i = 0; i < mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.n_pushj_relocs; i++)
mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.stub_size[i] = MAX_PUSHJ_STUB_SIZE;
}
return TRUE;
}
/* Look through the relocs for a section during the first phase. */
static bfd_boolean
mmix_elf_check_relocs (bfd *abfd,
struct bfd_link_info *info,
asection *sec,
const Elf_Internal_Rela *relocs)
{
Elf_Internal_Shdr *symtab_hdr;
struct elf_link_hash_entry **sym_hashes;
const Elf_Internal_Rela *rel;
const Elf_Internal_Rela *rel_end;
symtab_hdr = &elf_tdata (abfd)->symtab_hdr;
sym_hashes = elf_sym_hashes (abfd);
/* First we sort the relocs so that any register relocs come before
expansion-relocs to the same insn. FIXME: Not done for mmo. */
qsort ((void *) relocs, sec->reloc_count, sizeof (Elf_Internal_Rela),
mmix_elf_sort_relocs);
/* Do the common part. */
if (!mmix_elf_check_common_relocs (abfd, info, sec, relocs))
return FALSE;
if (info->relocatable)
return TRUE;
rel_end = relocs + sec->reloc_count;
for (rel = relocs; rel < rel_end; rel++)
{
struct elf_link_hash_entry *h;
unsigned long r_symndx;
r_symndx = ELF64_R_SYM (rel->r_info);
if (r_symndx < symtab_hdr->sh_info)
h = NULL;
else
{
h = sym_hashes[r_symndx - symtab_hdr->sh_info];
while (h->root.type == bfd_link_hash_indirect
|| h->root.type == bfd_link_hash_warning)
h = (struct elf_link_hash_entry *) h->root.u.i.link;
}
switch (ELF64_R_TYPE (rel->r_info))
{
/* This relocation describes the C++ object vtable hierarchy.
Reconstruct it for later use during GC. */
case R_MMIX_GNU_VTINHERIT:
if (!bfd_elf_gc_record_vtinherit (abfd, sec, h, rel->r_offset))
return FALSE;
break;
/* This relocation describes which C++ vtable entries are actually
used. Record for later use during GC. */
case R_MMIX_GNU_VTENTRY:
BFD_ASSERT (h != NULL);
if (h != NULL
&& !bfd_elf_gc_record_vtentry (abfd, sec, h, rel->r_addend))
return FALSE;
break;
}
}
return TRUE;
}
/* Wrapper for mmix_elf_check_common_relocs, called when linking to mmo.
Copied from elf_link_add_object_symbols. */
bfd_boolean
_bfd_mmix_check_all_relocs (bfd *abfd, struct bfd_link_info *info)
{
asection *o;
for (o = abfd->sections; o != NULL; o = o->next)
{
Elf_Internal_Rela *internal_relocs;
bfd_boolean ok;
if ((o->flags & SEC_RELOC) == 0
|| o->reloc_count == 0
|| ((info->strip == strip_all || info->strip == strip_debugger)
&& (o->flags & SEC_DEBUGGING) != 0)
|| bfd_is_abs_section (o->output_section))
continue;
internal_relocs
= _bfd_elf_link_read_relocs (abfd, o, NULL,
(Elf_Internal_Rela *) NULL,
info->keep_memory);
if (internal_relocs == NULL)
return FALSE;
ok = mmix_elf_check_common_relocs (abfd, info, o, internal_relocs);
if (! info->keep_memory)
free (internal_relocs);
if (! ok)
return FALSE;
}
return TRUE;
}
/* Change symbols relative to the reg contents section to instead be to
the register section, and scale them down to correspond to the register
number. */
static int
mmix_elf_link_output_symbol_hook (struct bfd_link_info *info ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
const char *name ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
Elf_Internal_Sym *sym,
asection *input_sec,
struct elf_link_hash_entry *h ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
{
if (input_sec != NULL
&& input_sec->name != NULL
&& ELF_ST_TYPE (sym->st_info) != STT_SECTION
&& strcmp (input_sec->name, MMIX_REG_CONTENTS_SECTION_NAME) == 0)
{
sym->st_value /= 8;
sym->st_shndx = SHN_REGISTER;
}
return 1;
}
/* We fake a register section that holds values that are register numbers.
Having a SHN_REGISTER and register section translates better to other
formats (e.g. mmo) than for example a STT_REGISTER attribute.
This section faking is based on a construct in elf32-mips.c. */
static asection mmix_elf_reg_section;
static asymbol mmix_elf_reg_section_symbol;
static asymbol *mmix_elf_reg_section_symbol_ptr;
/* Handle the special section numbers that a symbol may use. */
void
mmix_elf_symbol_processing (abfd, asym)
bfd *abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED;
asymbol *asym;
{
elf_symbol_type *elfsym;
elfsym = (elf_symbol_type *) asym;
switch (elfsym->internal_elf_sym.st_shndx)
{
case SHN_REGISTER:
if (mmix_elf_reg_section.name == NULL)
{
/* Initialize the register section. */
mmix_elf_reg_section.name = MMIX_REG_SECTION_NAME;
mmix_elf_reg_section.flags = SEC_NO_FLAGS;
mmix_elf_reg_section.output_section = &mmix_elf_reg_section;
mmix_elf_reg_section.symbol = &mmix_elf_reg_section_symbol;
mmix_elf_reg_section.symbol_ptr_ptr = &mmix_elf_reg_section_symbol_ptr;
mmix_elf_reg_section_symbol.name = MMIX_REG_SECTION_NAME;
mmix_elf_reg_section_symbol.flags = BSF_SECTION_SYM;
mmix_elf_reg_section_symbol.section = &mmix_elf_reg_section;
mmix_elf_reg_section_symbol_ptr = &mmix_elf_reg_section_symbol;
}
asym->section = &mmix_elf_reg_section;
break;
default:
break;
}
}
/* Given a BFD section, try to locate the corresponding ELF section
index. */
static bfd_boolean
mmix_elf_section_from_bfd_section (bfd * abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
asection * sec,
int * retval)
{
if (strcmp (bfd_get_section_name (abfd, sec), MMIX_REG_SECTION_NAME) == 0)
*retval = SHN_REGISTER;
else
return FALSE;
return TRUE;
}
/* Hook called by the linker routine which adds symbols from an object
file. We must handle the special SHN_REGISTER section number here.
We also check that we only have *one* each of the section-start
symbols, since otherwise having two with the same value would cause
them to be "merged", but with the contents serialized. */
static bfd_boolean
mmix_elf_add_symbol_hook (bfd *abfd,
struct bfd_link_info *info ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
Elf_Internal_Sym *sym,
const char **namep ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
flagword *flagsp ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
asection **secp,
bfd_vma *valp ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
{
if (sym->st_shndx == SHN_REGISTER)
{
*secp = bfd_make_section_old_way (abfd, MMIX_REG_SECTION_NAME);
(*secp)->flags |= SEC_LINKER_CREATED;
}
else if ((*namep)[0] == '_' && (*namep)[1] == '_' && (*namep)[2] == '.'
&& CONST_STRNEQ (*namep, MMIX_LOC_SECTION_START_SYMBOL_PREFIX))
{
/* See if we have another one. */
struct bfd_link_hash_entry *h = bfd_link_hash_lookup (info->hash,
*namep,
FALSE,
FALSE,
FALSE);
if (h != NULL && h->type != bfd_link_hash_undefined)
{
/* How do we get the asymbol (or really: the filename) from h?
h->u.def.section->owner is NULL. */
((*_bfd_error_handler)
(_("%s: Error: multiple definition of `%s'; start of %s is set in a earlier linked file\n"),
bfd_get_filename (abfd), *namep,
*namep + strlen (MMIX_LOC_SECTION_START_SYMBOL_PREFIX)));
bfd_set_error (bfd_error_bad_value);
return FALSE;
}
}
return TRUE;
}
/* We consider symbols matching "L.*:[0-9]+" to be local symbols. */
static bfd_boolean
mmix_elf_is_local_label_name (bfd *abfd, const char *name)
{
const char *colpos;
int digits;
/* Also include the default local-label definition. */
if (_bfd_elf_is_local_label_name (abfd, name))
return TRUE;
if (*name != 'L')
return FALSE;
/* If there's no ":", or more than one, it's not a local symbol. */
colpos = strchr (name, ':');
if (colpos == NULL || strchr (colpos + 1, ':') != NULL)
return FALSE;
/* Check that there are remaining characters and that they are digits. */
if (colpos[1] == 0)
return FALSE;
digits = strspn (colpos + 1, "0123456789");
return digits != 0 && colpos[1 + digits] == 0;
}
/* We get rid of the register section here. */
bfd_boolean
mmix_elf_final_link (bfd *abfd, struct bfd_link_info *info)
{
/* We never output a register section, though we create one for
temporary measures. Check that nobody entered contents into it. */
asection *reg_section;
reg_section = bfd_get_section_by_name (abfd, MMIX_REG_SECTION_NAME);
if (reg_section != NULL)
{
/* FIXME: Pass error state gracefully. */
if (bfd_get_section_flags (abfd, reg_section) & SEC_HAS_CONTENTS)
_bfd_abort (__FILE__, __LINE__, _("Register section has contents\n"));
/* Really remove the section, if it hasn't already been done. */
if (!bfd_section_removed_from_list (abfd, reg_section))
{
bfd_section_list_remove (abfd, reg_section);
--abfd->section_count;
}
}
if (! bfd_elf_final_link (abfd, info))
return FALSE;
/* Since this section is marked SEC_LINKER_CREATED, it isn't output by
the regular linker machinery. We do it here, like other targets with
special sections. */
if (info->base_file != NULL)
{
asection *greg_section
= bfd_get_section_by_name ((bfd *) info->base_file,
MMIX_LD_ALLOCATED_REG_CONTENTS_SECTION_NAME);
if (!bfd_set_section_contents (abfd,
greg_section->output_section,
greg_section->contents,
(file_ptr) greg_section->output_offset,
greg_section->size))
return FALSE;
}
return TRUE;
}
/* We need to include the maximum size of PUSHJ-stubs in the initial
section size. This is expected to shrink during linker relaxation. */
static void
mmix_set_relaxable_size (bfd *abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
asection *sec,
void *ptr)
{
struct bfd_link_info *info = ptr;
/* Make sure we only do this for section where we know we want this,
otherwise we might end up resetting the size of COMMONs. */
if (mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.n_pushj_relocs == 0)
return;
sec->rawsize = sec->size;
sec->size += (mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.n_pushj_relocs
* MAX_PUSHJ_STUB_SIZE);
/* For use in relocatable link, we start with a max stubs size. See
mmix_elf_relax_section. */
if (info->relocatable && sec->output_section)
mmix_elf_section_data (sec->output_section)->pjs.stubs_size_sum
+= (mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.n_pushj_relocs
* MAX_PUSHJ_STUB_SIZE);
}
/* Initialize stuff for the linker-generated GREGs to match
R_MMIX_BASE_PLUS_OFFSET relocs seen by the linker. */
bfd_boolean
_bfd_mmix_before_linker_allocation (bfd *abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
struct bfd_link_info *info)
{
asection *bpo_gregs_section;
bfd *bpo_greg_owner;
struct bpo_greg_section_info *gregdata;
size_t n_gregs;
bfd_vma gregs_size;
size_t i;
size_t *bpo_reloc_indexes;
bfd *ibfd;
/* Set the initial size of sections. */
for (ibfd = info->input_bfds; ibfd != NULL; ibfd = ibfd->link_next)
bfd_map_over_sections (ibfd, mmix_set_relaxable_size, info);
/* The bpo_greg_owner bfd is supposed to have been set by
mmix_elf_check_relocs when the first R_MMIX_BASE_PLUS_OFFSET is seen.
If there is no such object, there was no R_MMIX_BASE_PLUS_OFFSET. */
bpo_greg_owner = (bfd *) info->base_file;
if (bpo_greg_owner == NULL)
return TRUE;
bpo_gregs_section
= bfd_get_section_by_name (bpo_greg_owner,
MMIX_LD_ALLOCATED_REG_CONTENTS_SECTION_NAME);
if (bpo_gregs_section == NULL)
return TRUE;
/* We use the target-data handle in the ELF section data. */
gregdata = mmix_elf_section_data (bpo_gregs_section)->bpo.greg;
if (gregdata == NULL)
return FALSE;
n_gregs = gregdata->n_bpo_relocs;
gregdata->n_allocated_bpo_gregs = n_gregs;
/* When this reaches zero during relaxation, all entries have been
filled in and the size of the linker gregs can be calculated. */
gregdata->n_remaining_bpo_relocs_this_relaxation_round = n_gregs;
/* Set the zeroth-order estimate for the GREGs size. */
gregs_size = n_gregs * 8;
if (!bfd_set_section_size (bpo_greg_owner, bpo_gregs_section, gregs_size))
return FALSE;
/* Allocate and set up the GREG arrays. They're filled in at relaxation
time. Note that we must use the max number ever noted for the array,
since the index numbers were created before GC. */
gregdata->reloc_request
= bfd_zalloc (bpo_greg_owner,
sizeof (struct bpo_reloc_request)
* gregdata->n_max_bpo_relocs);
gregdata->bpo_reloc_indexes
= bpo_reloc_indexes
= bfd_alloc (bpo_greg_owner,
gregdata->n_max_bpo_relocs
* sizeof (size_t));
if (bpo_reloc_indexes == NULL)
return FALSE;
/* The default order is an identity mapping. */
for (i = 0; i < gregdata->n_max_bpo_relocs; i++)
{
bpo_reloc_indexes[i] = i;
gregdata->reloc_request[i].bpo_reloc_no = i;
}
return TRUE;
}
/* Fill in contents in the linker allocated gregs. Everything is
calculated at this point; we just move the contents into place here. */
bfd_boolean
_bfd_mmix_after_linker_allocation (bfd *abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
struct bfd_link_info *link_info)
{
asection *bpo_gregs_section;
bfd *bpo_greg_owner;
struct bpo_greg_section_info *gregdata;
size_t n_gregs;
size_t i, j;
size_t lastreg;
bfd_byte *contents;
/* The bpo_greg_owner bfd is supposed to have been set by mmix_elf_check_relocs
when the first R_MMIX_BASE_PLUS_OFFSET is seen. If there is no such
object, there was no R_MMIX_BASE_PLUS_OFFSET. */
bpo_greg_owner = (bfd *) link_info->base_file;
if (bpo_greg_owner == NULL)
return TRUE;
bpo_gregs_section
= bfd_get_section_by_name (bpo_greg_owner,
MMIX_LD_ALLOCATED_REG_CONTENTS_SECTION_NAME);
/* This can't happen without DSO handling. When DSOs are handled
without any R_MMIX_BASE_PLUS_OFFSET seen, there will be no such
section. */
if (bpo_gregs_section == NULL)
return TRUE;
/* We use the target-data handle in the ELF section data. */
gregdata = mmix_elf_section_data (bpo_gregs_section)->bpo.greg;
if (gregdata == NULL)
return FALSE;
n_gregs = gregdata->n_allocated_bpo_gregs;
bpo_gregs_section->contents
= contents = bfd_alloc (bpo_greg_owner, bpo_gregs_section->size);
if (contents == NULL)
return FALSE;
/* Sanity check: If these numbers mismatch, some relocation has not been
accounted for and the rest of gregdata is probably inconsistent.
It's a bug, but it's more helpful to identify it than segfaulting
below. */
if (gregdata->n_remaining_bpo_relocs_this_relaxation_round
!= gregdata->n_bpo_relocs)
{
(*_bfd_error_handler)
(_("Internal inconsistency: remaining %u != max %u.\n\
Please report this bug."),
gregdata->n_remaining_bpo_relocs_this_relaxation_round,
gregdata->n_bpo_relocs);
return FALSE;
}
for (lastreg = 255, i = 0, j = 0; j < n_gregs; i++)
if (gregdata->reloc_request[i].regindex != lastreg)
{
bfd_put_64 (bpo_greg_owner, gregdata->reloc_request[i].value,
contents + j * 8);
lastreg = gregdata->reloc_request[i].regindex;
j++;
}
return TRUE;
}
/* Sort valid relocs to come before non-valid relocs, then on increasing
value. */
static int
bpo_reloc_request_sort_fn (const void * p1, const void * p2)
{
const struct bpo_reloc_request *r1 = (const struct bpo_reloc_request *) p1;
const struct bpo_reloc_request *r2 = (const struct bpo_reloc_request *) p2;
/* Primary function is validity; non-valid relocs sorted after valid
ones. */
if (r1->valid != r2->valid)
return r2->valid - r1->valid;
/* Then sort on value. Don't simplify and return just the difference of
the values: the upper bits of the 64-bit value would be truncated on
a host with 32-bit ints. */
if (r1->value != r2->value)
return r1->value > r2->value ? 1 : -1;
/* As a last re-sort, use the relocation number, so we get a stable
sort. The *addresses* aren't stable since items are swapped during
sorting. It depends on the qsort implementation if this actually
happens. */
return r1->bpo_reloc_no > r2->bpo_reloc_no
? 1 : (r1->bpo_reloc_no < r2->bpo_reloc_no ? -1 : 0);
}
/* For debug use only. Dumps the global register allocations resulting
from base-plus-offset relocs. */
void
mmix_dump_bpo_gregs (link_info, pf)
struct bfd_link_info *link_info;
bfd_error_handler_type pf;
{
bfd *bpo_greg_owner;
asection *bpo_gregs_section;
struct bpo_greg_section_info *gregdata;
unsigned int i;
if (link_info == NULL || link_info->base_file == NULL)
return;
bpo_greg_owner = (bfd *) link_info->base_file;
bpo_gregs_section
= bfd_get_section_by_name (bpo_greg_owner,
MMIX_LD_ALLOCATED_REG_CONTENTS_SECTION_NAME);
if (bpo_gregs_section == NULL)
return;
gregdata = mmix_elf_section_data (bpo_gregs_section)->bpo.greg;
if (gregdata == NULL)
return;
if (pf == NULL)
pf = _bfd_error_handler;
/* These format strings are not translated. They are for debug purposes
only and never displayed to an end user. Should they escape, we
surely want them in original. */
(*pf) (" n_bpo_relocs: %u\n n_max_bpo_relocs: %u\n n_remain...round: %u\n\
n_allocated_bpo_gregs: %u\n", gregdata->n_bpo_relocs,
gregdata->n_max_bpo_relocs,
gregdata->n_remaining_bpo_relocs_this_relaxation_round,
gregdata->n_allocated_bpo_gregs);
if (gregdata->reloc_request)
for (i = 0; i < gregdata->n_max_bpo_relocs; i++)
(*pf) ("%4u (%4u)/%4u#%u: 0x%08lx%08lx r: %3u o: %3u\n",
i,
(gregdata->bpo_reloc_indexes != NULL
? gregdata->bpo_reloc_indexes[i] : (size_t) -1),
gregdata->reloc_request[i].bpo_reloc_no,
gregdata->reloc_request[i].valid,
(unsigned long) (gregdata->reloc_request[i].value >> 32),
(unsigned long) gregdata->reloc_request[i].value,
gregdata->reloc_request[i].regindex,
gregdata->reloc_request[i].offset);
}
/* This links all R_MMIX_BASE_PLUS_OFFSET relocs into a special array, and
when the last such reloc is done, an index-array is sorted according to
the values and iterated over to produce register numbers (indexed by 0
from the first allocated register number) and offsets for use in real
relocation. (N.B.: Relocatable runs are handled, not just punted.)
PUSHJ stub accounting is also done here.
Symbol- and reloc-reading infrastructure copied from elf-m10200.c. */
static bfd_boolean
mmix_elf_relax_section (bfd *abfd,
asection *sec,
struct bfd_link_info *link_info,
bfd_boolean *again)
{
Elf_Internal_Shdr *symtab_hdr;
Elf_Internal_Rela *internal_relocs;
Elf_Internal_Rela *irel, *irelend;
asection *bpo_gregs_section = NULL;
struct bpo_greg_section_info *gregdata;
struct bpo_reloc_section_info *bpodata
= mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->bpo.reloc;
/* The initialization is to quiet compiler warnings. The value is to
spot a missing actual initialization. */
size_t bpono = (size_t) -1;
size_t pjsno = 0;
Elf_Internal_Sym *isymbuf = NULL;
bfd_size_type size = sec->rawsize ? sec->rawsize : sec->size;
mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.stubs_size_sum = 0;
/* Assume nothing changes. */
*again = FALSE;
/* We don't have to do anything if this section does not have relocs, or
if this is not a code section. */
if ((sec->flags & SEC_RELOC) == 0
|| sec->reloc_count == 0
|| (sec->flags & SEC_CODE) == 0
|| (sec->flags & SEC_LINKER_CREATED) != 0
/* If no R_MMIX_BASE_PLUS_OFFSET relocs and no PUSHJ-stub relocs,
then nothing to do. */
|| (bpodata == NULL
&& mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.n_pushj_relocs == 0))
return TRUE;
symtab_hdr = &elf_tdata (abfd)->symtab_hdr;
if (bpodata != NULL)
{
bpo_gregs_section = bpodata->bpo_greg_section;
gregdata = mmix_elf_section_data (bpo_gregs_section)->bpo.greg;
bpono = bpodata->first_base_plus_offset_reloc;
}
else
gregdata = NULL;
/* Get a copy of the native relocations. */
internal_relocs
= _bfd_elf_link_read_relocs (abfd, sec, NULL,
(Elf_Internal_Rela *) NULL,
link_info->keep_memory);
if (internal_relocs == NULL)
goto error_return;
/* Walk through them looking for relaxing opportunities. */
irelend = internal_relocs + sec->reloc_count;
for (irel = internal_relocs; irel < irelend; irel++)
{
bfd_vma symval;
struct elf_link_hash_entry *h = NULL;
/* We only process two relocs. */
if (ELF64_R_TYPE (irel->r_info) != (int) R_MMIX_BASE_PLUS_OFFSET
&& ELF64_R_TYPE (irel->r_info) != (int) R_MMIX_PUSHJ_STUBBABLE)
continue;
/* We process relocs in a distinctly different way when this is a
relocatable link (for one, we don't look at symbols), so we avoid
mixing its code with that for the "normal" relaxation. */
if (link_info->relocatable)
{
/* The only transformation in a relocatable link is to generate
a full stub at the location of the stub calculated for the
input section, if the relocated stub location, the end of the
output section plus earlier stubs, cannot be reached. Thus
relocatable linking can only lead to worse code, but it still
works. */
if (ELF64_R_TYPE (irel->r_info) == R_MMIX_PUSHJ_STUBBABLE)
{
/* If we can reach the end of the output-section and beyond
any current stubs, then we don't need a stub for this
reloc. The relaxed order of output stub allocation may
not exactly match the straightforward order, so we always
assume presence of output stubs, which will allow
relaxation only on relocations indifferent to the
presence of output stub allocations for other relocations
and thus the order of output stub allocation. */
if (bfd_check_overflow (complain_overflow_signed,
19,
0,
bfd_arch_bits_per_address (abfd),
/* Output-stub location. */
sec->output_section->rawsize
+ (mmix_elf_section_data (sec
->output_section)
->pjs.stubs_size_sum)
/* Location of this PUSHJ reloc. */
- (sec->output_offset + irel->r_offset)
/* Don't count *this* stub twice. */
- (mmix_elf_section_data (sec)
->pjs.stub_size[pjsno]
+ MAX_PUSHJ_STUB_SIZE))
== bfd_reloc_ok)
mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.stub_size[pjsno] = 0;
mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.stubs_size_sum
+= mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.stub_size[pjsno];
pjsno++;
}
continue;
}
/* Get the value of the symbol referred to by the reloc. */
if (ELF64_R_SYM (irel->r_info) < symtab_hdr->sh_info)
{
/* A local symbol. */
Elf_Internal_Sym *isym;
asection *sym_sec;
/* Read this BFD's local symbols if we haven't already. */
if (isymbuf == NULL)
{
isymbuf = (Elf_Internal_Sym *) symtab_hdr->contents;
if (isymbuf == NULL)
isymbuf = bfd_elf_get_elf_syms (abfd, symtab_hdr,
symtab_hdr->sh_info, 0,
NULL, NULL, NULL);
if (isymbuf == 0)
goto error_return;
}
isym = isymbuf + ELF64_R_SYM (irel->r_info);
if (isym->st_shndx == SHN_UNDEF)
sym_sec = bfd_und_section_ptr;
else if (isym->st_shndx == SHN_ABS)
sym_sec = bfd_abs_section_ptr;
else if (isym->st_shndx == SHN_COMMON)
sym_sec = bfd_com_section_ptr;
else
sym_sec = bfd_section_from_elf_index (abfd, isym->st_shndx);
symval = (isym->st_value
+ sym_sec->output_section->vma
+ sym_sec->output_offset);
}
else
{
unsigned long indx;
/* An external symbol. */
indx = ELF64_R_SYM (irel->r_info) - symtab_hdr->sh_info;
h = elf_sym_hashes (abfd)[indx];
BFD_ASSERT (h != NULL);
if (h->root.type != bfd_link_hash_defined
&& h->root.type != bfd_link_hash_defweak)
{
/* This appears to be a reference to an undefined symbol. Just
ignore it--it will be caught by the regular reloc processing.
We need to keep BPO reloc accounting consistent, though
else we'll abort instead of emitting an error message. */
if (ELF64_R_TYPE (irel->r_info) == R_MMIX_BASE_PLUS_OFFSET
&& gregdata != NULL)
{
gregdata->n_remaining_bpo_relocs_this_relaxation_round--;
bpono++;
}
continue;
}
symval = (h->root.u.def.value
+ h->root.u.def.section->output_section->vma
+ h->root.u.def.section->output_offset);
}
if (ELF64_R_TYPE (irel->r_info) == (int) R_MMIX_PUSHJ_STUBBABLE)
{
bfd_vma value = symval + irel->r_addend;
bfd_vma dot
= (sec->output_section->vma
+ sec->output_offset
+ irel->r_offset);
bfd_vma stubaddr
= (sec->output_section->vma
+ sec->output_offset
+ size
+ mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.stubs_size_sum);
if ((value & 3) == 0
&& bfd_check_overflow (complain_overflow_signed,
19,
0,
bfd_arch_bits_per_address (abfd),
value - dot
- (value > dot
? mmix_elf_section_data (sec)
->pjs.stub_size[pjsno]
: 0))
== bfd_reloc_ok)
/* If the reloc fits, no stub is needed. */
mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.stub_size[pjsno] = 0;
else
/* Maybe we can get away with just a JMP insn? */
if ((value & 3) == 0
&& bfd_check_overflow (complain_overflow_signed,
27,
0,
bfd_arch_bits_per_address (abfd),
value - stubaddr
- (value > dot
? mmix_elf_section_data (sec)
->pjs.stub_size[pjsno] - 4
: 0))
== bfd_reloc_ok)
/* Yep, account for a stub consisting of a single JMP insn. */
mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.stub_size[pjsno] = 4;
else
/* Nope, go for the full insn stub. It doesn't seem useful to
emit the intermediate sizes; those will only be useful for
a >64M program assuming contiguous code. */
mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.stub_size[pjsno]
= MAX_PUSHJ_STUB_SIZE;
mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.stubs_size_sum
+= mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.stub_size[pjsno];
pjsno++;
continue;
}
/* We're looking at a R_MMIX_BASE_PLUS_OFFSET reloc. */
gregdata->reloc_request[gregdata->bpo_reloc_indexes[bpono]].value
= symval + irel->r_addend;
gregdata->reloc_request[gregdata->bpo_reloc_indexes[bpono++]].valid = TRUE;
gregdata->n_remaining_bpo_relocs_this_relaxation_round--;
}
/* Check if that was the last BPO-reloc. If so, sort the values and
calculate how many registers we need to cover them. Set the size of
the linker gregs, and if the number of registers changed, indicate
that we need to relax some more because we have more work to do. */
if (gregdata != NULL
&& gregdata->n_remaining_bpo_relocs_this_relaxation_round == 0)
{
size_t i;
bfd_vma prev_base;
size_t regindex;
/* First, reset the remaining relocs for the next round. */
gregdata->n_remaining_bpo_relocs_this_relaxation_round
= gregdata->n_bpo_relocs;
qsort (gregdata->reloc_request,
gregdata->n_max_bpo_relocs,
sizeof (struct bpo_reloc_request),
bpo_reloc_request_sort_fn);
/* Recalculate indexes. When we find a change (however unlikely
after the initial iteration), we know we need to relax again,
since items in the GREG-array are sorted by increasing value and
stored in the relaxation phase. */
for (i = 0; i < gregdata->n_max_bpo_relocs; i++)
if (gregdata->bpo_reloc_indexes[gregdata->reloc_request[i].bpo_reloc_no]
!= i)
{
gregdata->bpo_reloc_indexes[gregdata->reloc_request[i].bpo_reloc_no]
= i;
*again = TRUE;
}
/* Allocate register numbers (indexing from 0). Stop at the first
non-valid reloc. */
for (i = 0, regindex = 0, prev_base = gregdata->reloc_request[0].value;
i < gregdata->n_bpo_relocs;
i++)
{
if (gregdata->reloc_request[i].value > prev_base + 255)
{
regindex++;
prev_base = gregdata->reloc_request[i].value;
}
gregdata->reloc_request[i].regindex = regindex;
gregdata->reloc_request[i].offset
= gregdata->reloc_request[i].value - prev_base;
}
/* If it's not the same as the last time, we need to relax again,
because the size of the section has changed. I'm not sure we
actually need to do any adjustments since the shrinking happens
at the start of this section, but better safe than sorry. */
if (gregdata->n_allocated_bpo_gregs != regindex + 1)
{
gregdata->n_allocated_bpo_gregs = regindex + 1;
*again = TRUE;
}
bpo_gregs_section->size = (regindex + 1) * 8;
}
if (isymbuf != NULL && (unsigned char *) isymbuf != symtab_hdr->contents)
{
if (! link_info->keep_memory)
free (isymbuf);
else
{
/* Cache the symbols for elf_link_input_bfd. */
symtab_hdr->contents = (unsigned char *) isymbuf;
}
}
if (internal_relocs != NULL
&& elf_section_data (sec)->relocs != internal_relocs)
free (internal_relocs);
if (sec->size < size + mmix_elf_section_data (sec)->pjs.stubs_size_sum)
abort ();