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authorMartin Lund" <mgl@doredevelopment.dk>2009-05-22 14:46:18 (GMT)
committerMartin Lund" <mgl@doredevelopment.dk>2009-05-22 14:46:18 (GMT)
commita94b87075666680ca0285cd67efc253a5089756f (patch)
treebe807969719bedc90975851175e8759804d6a9a2 /patches/binutils
parent7c893bce09f49acab08a2795ff36c066e5ed44fd (diff)
Added initial AVR32 support (bare-metal,newlib)
Diffstat (limited to 'patches/binutils')
-rw-r--r--patches/binutils/2.18/130-avr32-atmel-v1.0.1.patch52747
1 files changed, 52747 insertions, 0 deletions
diff --git a/patches/binutils/2.18/130-avr32-atmel-v1.0.1.patch b/patches/binutils/2.18/130-avr32-atmel-v1.0.1.patch
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..bb47ef9
--- /dev/null
+++ b/patches/binutils/2.18/130-avr32-atmel-v1.0.1.patch
@@ -0,0 +1,52747 @@
+--- a/bfd/archures.c
++++ b/bfd/archures.c
+@@ -346,6 +346,11 @@ DESCRIPTION
+ .#define bfd_mach_avr4 4
+ .#define bfd_mach_avr5 5
+ .#define bfd_mach_avr6 6
++. bfd_arch_avr32, {* Atmel AVR32 *}
++.#define bfd_mach_avr32_ap 7000
++.#define bfd_mach_avr32_uc 3000
++.#define bfd_mach_avr32_ucr1 3001
++.#define bfd_mach_avr32_ucr2 3002
+ . bfd_arch_bfin, {* ADI Blackfin *}
+ .#define bfd_mach_bfin 1
+ . bfd_arch_cr16, {* National Semiconductor CompactRISC (ie CR16). *}
+@@ -438,6 +443,7 @@ extern const bfd_arch_info_type bfd_alph
+ extern const bfd_arch_info_type bfd_arc_arch;
+ extern const bfd_arch_info_type bfd_arm_arch;
+ extern const bfd_arch_info_type bfd_avr_arch;
++extern const bfd_arch_info_type bfd_avr32_arch;
+ extern const bfd_arch_info_type bfd_bfin_arch;
+ extern const bfd_arch_info_type bfd_cr16_arch;
+ extern const bfd_arch_info_type bfd_cr16c_arch;
+@@ -509,6 +515,7 @@ static const bfd_arch_info_type * const
+ &bfd_arc_arch,
+ &bfd_arm_arch,
+ &bfd_avr_arch,
++ &bfd_avr32_arch,
+ &bfd_bfin_arch,
+ &bfd_cr16_arch,
+ &bfd_cr16c_arch,
+--- a/bfd/config.bfd
++++ b/bfd/config.bfd
+@@ -335,6 +335,10 @@ case "${targ}" in
+ targ_underscore=yes
+ ;;
+
++ avr32-*-*)
++ targ_defvec=bfd_elf32_avr32_vec
++ ;;
++
+ c30-*-*aout* | tic30-*-*aout*)
+ targ_defvec=tic30_aout_vec
+ ;;
+--- a/bfd/configure.in
++++ b/bfd/configure.in
+@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ AC_CONFIG_SRCDIR([libbfd.c])
+ AC_CANONICAL_TARGET
+ AC_ISC_POSIX
+
+-AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE(bfd, 2.18)
++AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE(bfd, 2.18.atmel.1.0.1.avr32linux.1)
+
+ dnl These must be called before AM_PROG_LIBTOOL, because it may want
+ dnl to call AC_CHECK_PROG.
+@@ -619,6 +619,7 @@ do
+ bfd_efi_app_ia64_vec) tb="$tb efi-app-ia64.lo pepigen.lo cofflink.lo"; target_size=64 ;;
+ bfd_elf32_am33lin_vec) tb="$tb elf32-am33lin.lo elf32.lo $elf" ;;
+ bfd_elf32_avr_vec) tb="$tb elf32-avr.lo elf32.lo $elf" ;;
++ bfd_elf32_avr32_vec) tb="$tb elf32-avr32.lo elf32.lo $elf" ;;
+ bfd_elf32_bfin_vec) tb="$tb elf32-bfin.lo elf32.lo $elf" ;;
+ bfd_elf32_bfinfdpic_vec) tb="$tb elf32-bfin.lo elf32.lo $elf" ;;
+ bfd_elf32_big_generic_vec) tb="$tb elf32-gen.lo elf32.lo $elf" ;;
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/bfd/cpu-avr32.c
+@@ -0,0 +1,51 @@
++/* BFD library support routines for AVR32.
++ Copyright 2003-2006 Atmel Corporation.
++
++ Written by Haavard Skinnemoen, Atmel Norway, <hskinnemoen@atmel.com>
++
++ This 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 2 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., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA. */
++
++#include "bfd.h"
++#include "sysdep.h"
++#include "libbfd.h"
++
++#define N(machine, print, default, next) \
++ { \
++ 32, /* 32 bits in a word */ \
++ 32, /* 32 bits in an address */ \
++ 8, /* 8 bits in a byte */ \
++ bfd_arch_avr32, /* architecture */ \
++ machine, /* machine */ \
++ "avr32", /* arch name */ \
++ print, /* printable name */ \
++ 1, /* section align power */ \
++ default, /* the default machine? */ \
++ bfd_default_compatible, \
++ bfd_default_scan, \
++ next, \
++ }
++
++static const bfd_arch_info_type cpu_info[] =
++{
++ N(bfd_mach_avr32_ap, "avr32:ap", FALSE, &cpu_info[1]),
++ N(bfd_mach_avr32_uc, "avr32:uc", FALSE, &cpu_info[2]),
++ N(bfd_mach_avr32_ucr1, "avr32:ucr1", FALSE, &cpu_info[3]),
++ N(bfd_mach_avr32_ucr2, "avr32:ucr2", FALSE, NULL),
++};
++
++const bfd_arch_info_type bfd_avr32_arch =
++ N(bfd_mach_avr32_ap, "avr32", TRUE, &cpu_info[0]);
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/bfd/elf32-avr32.c
+@@ -0,0 +1,3915 @@
++/* AVR32-specific support for 32-bit ELF.
++ Copyright 2003-2006 Atmel Corporation.
++
++ Written by Haavard Skinnemoen, Atmel Norway, <hskinnemoen@atmel.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 2 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., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA. */
++
++#include "bfd.h"
++#include "sysdep.h"
++#include "bfdlink.h"
++#include "libbfd.h"
++#include "elf-bfd.h"
++#include "elf/avr32.h"
++#include "elf32-avr32.h"
++
++#define xDEBUG
++#define xRELAX_DEBUG
++
++#ifdef DEBUG
++# define pr_debug(fmt, args...) fprintf(stderr, fmt, ##args)
++#else
++# define pr_debug(fmt, args...) do { } while (0)
++#endif
++
++#ifdef RELAX_DEBUG
++# define RDBG(fmt, args...) fprintf(stderr, fmt, ##args)
++#else
++# define RDBG(fmt, args...) do { } while (0)
++#endif
++
++/* When things go wrong, we want it to blow up, damnit! */
++#undef BFD_ASSERT
++#undef abort
++#define BFD_ASSERT(expr) \
++ do \
++ { \
++ if (!(expr)) \
++ { \
++ bfd_assert(__FILE__, __LINE__); \
++ abort(); \
++ } \
++ } \
++ while (0)
++
++/* The name of the dynamic interpreter. This is put in the .interp section. */
++#define ELF_DYNAMIC_INTERPRETER "/lib/ld.so.1"
++
++#define AVR32_GOT_HEADER_SIZE 8
++#define AVR32_FUNCTION_STUB_SIZE 8
++
++#define ELF_R_INFO(x, y) ELF32_R_INFO(x, y)
++#define ELF_R_TYPE(x) ELF32_R_TYPE(x)
++#define ELF_R_SYM(x) ELF32_R_SYM(x)
++
++#define NOP_OPCODE 0xd703
++
++
++/* Mapping between BFD relocations and ELF relocations */
++
++static reloc_howto_type *
++bfd_elf32_bfd_reloc_type_lookup(bfd *abfd, bfd_reloc_code_real_type code);
++
++static reloc_howto_type *
++bfd_elf32_bfd_reloc_name_lookup(bfd *abfd, const char *r_name);
++
++static void
++avr32_info_to_howto (bfd *abfd, arelent *cache_ptr, Elf_Internal_Rela *dst);
++
++/* Generic HOWTO */
++#define GENH(name, align, size, bitsize, pcrel, bitpos, complain, mask) \
++ HOWTO(name, align, size, bitsize, pcrel, bitpos, \
++ complain_overflow_##complain, bfd_elf_generic_reloc, #name, \
++ FALSE, 0, mask, pcrel)
++
++static reloc_howto_type elf_avr32_howto_table[] = {
++ /* NAME ALN SZ BSZ PCREL BP COMPLAIN MASK */
++ GENH(R_AVR32_NONE, 0, 0, 0, FALSE, 0, dont, 0x00000000),
++
++ GENH(R_AVR32_32, 0, 2, 32, FALSE, 0, dont, 0xffffffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_16, 0, 1, 16, FALSE, 0, bitfield, 0x0000ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_8, 0, 0, 8, FALSE, 0, bitfield, 0x000000ff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_32_PCREL, 0, 2, 32, TRUE, 0, signed, 0xffffffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_16_PCREL, 0, 1, 16, TRUE, 0, signed, 0x0000ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_8_PCREL, 0, 0, 8, TRUE, 0, signed, 0x000000ff),
++
++ /* Difference between two symbol (sym2 - sym1). The reloc encodes
++ the value of sym1. The field contains the difference before any
++ relaxing is done. */
++ GENH(R_AVR32_DIFF32, 0, 2, 32, FALSE, 0, dont, 0xffffffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_DIFF16, 0, 1, 16, FALSE, 0, signed, 0x0000ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_DIFF8, 0, 0, 8, FALSE, 0, signed, 0x000000ff),
++
++ GENH(R_AVR32_GOT32, 0, 2, 32, FALSE, 0, signed, 0xffffffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_GOT16, 0, 1, 16, FALSE, 0, signed, 0x0000ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_GOT8, 0, 0, 8, FALSE, 0, signed, 0x000000ff),
++
++ GENH(R_AVR32_21S, 0, 2, 21, FALSE, 0, signed, 0x1e10ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_16U, 0, 2, 16, FALSE, 0, unsigned, 0x0000ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_16S, 0, 2, 16, FALSE, 0, signed, 0x0000ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_8S, 0, 1, 8, FALSE, 4, signed, 0x00000ff0),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_8S_EXT, 0, 2, 8, FALSE, 0, signed, 0x000000ff),
++
++ GENH(R_AVR32_22H_PCREL, 1, 2, 21, TRUE, 0, signed, 0x1e10ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_18W_PCREL, 2, 2, 16, TRUE, 0, signed, 0x0000ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_16B_PCREL, 0, 2, 16, TRUE, 0, signed, 0x0000ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_16N_PCREL, 0, 2, 16, TRUE, 0, signed, 0x0000ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_14UW_PCREL, 2, 2, 12, TRUE, 0, unsigned, 0x0000f0ff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_11H_PCREL, 1, 1, 10, TRUE, 4, signed, 0x00000ff3),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_10UW_PCREL, 2, 2, 8, TRUE, 0, unsigned, 0x000000ff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_9H_PCREL, 1, 1, 8, TRUE, 4, signed, 0x00000ff0),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_9UW_PCREL, 2, 1, 7, TRUE, 4, unsigned, 0x000007f0),
++
++ GENH(R_AVR32_HI16, 16, 2, 16, FALSE, 0, dont, 0x0000ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_LO16, 0, 2, 16, FALSE, 0, dont, 0x0000ffff),
++
++ GENH(R_AVR32_GOTPC, 0, 2, 32, FALSE, 0, dont, 0xffffffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_GOTCALL, 2, 2, 21, FALSE, 0, signed, 0x1e10ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_LDA_GOT, 2, 2, 21, FALSE, 0, signed, 0x1e10ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_GOT21S, 0, 2, 21, FALSE, 0, signed, 0x1e10ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_GOT18SW, 2, 2, 16, FALSE, 0, signed, 0x0000ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_GOT16S, 0, 2, 16, FALSE, 0, signed, 0x0000ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_GOT7UW, 2, 1, 5, FALSE, 4, unsigned, 0x000001f0),
++
++ GENH(R_AVR32_32_CPENT, 0, 2, 32, FALSE, 0, dont, 0xffffffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_CPCALL, 2, 2, 16, TRUE, 0, signed, 0x0000ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_16_CP, 0, 2, 16, TRUE, 0, signed, 0x0000ffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_9W_CP, 2, 1, 7, TRUE, 4, unsigned, 0x000007f0),
++
++ GENH(R_AVR32_RELATIVE, 0, 2, 32, FALSE, 0, signed, 0xffffffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_GLOB_DAT, 0, 2, 32, FALSE, 0, dont, 0xffffffff),
++ GENH(R_AVR32_JMP_SLOT, 0, 2, 32, FALSE, 0, dont, 0xffffffff),
++
++ GENH(R_AVR32_ALIGN, 0, 1, 0, FALSE, 0, unsigned, 0x00000000),
++
++ GENH(R_AVR32_15S, 2, 2, 15, FALSE, 0, signed, 0x00007fff),
++};
++
++struct elf_reloc_map
++{
++ bfd_reloc_code_real_type bfd_reloc_val;
++ unsigned char elf_reloc_val;
++};
++
++static const struct elf_reloc_map avr32_reloc_map[] =
++{
++ { BFD_RELOC_NONE, R_AVR32_NONE },
++
++ { BFD_RELOC_32, R_AVR32_32 },
++ { BFD_RELOC_16, R_AVR32_16 },
++ { BFD_RELOC_8, R_AVR32_8 },
++ { BFD_RELOC_32_PCREL, R_AVR32_32_PCREL },
++ { BFD_RELOC_16_PCREL, R_AVR32_16_PCREL },
++ { BFD_RELOC_8_PCREL, R_AVR32_8_PCREL },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_DIFF32, R_AVR32_DIFF32 },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_DIFF16, R_AVR32_DIFF16 },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_DIFF8, R_AVR32_DIFF8 },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT32, R_AVR32_GOT32 },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT16, R_AVR32_GOT16 },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT8, R_AVR32_GOT8 },
++
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_21S, R_AVR32_21S },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16U, R_AVR32_16U },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16S, R_AVR32_16S },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_SUB5, R_AVR32_16S },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_8S_EXT, R_AVR32_8S_EXT },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_8S, R_AVR32_8S },
++
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_22H_PCREL, R_AVR32_22H_PCREL },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_18W_PCREL, R_AVR32_18W_PCREL },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16B_PCREL, R_AVR32_16B_PCREL },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16N_PCREL, R_AVR32_16N_PCREL },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_11H_PCREL, R_AVR32_11H_PCREL },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_10UW_PCREL, R_AVR32_10UW_PCREL },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_9H_PCREL, R_AVR32_9H_PCREL },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_9UW_PCREL, R_AVR32_9UW_PCREL },
++
++ { BFD_RELOC_HI16, R_AVR32_HI16 },
++ { BFD_RELOC_LO16, R_AVR32_LO16 },
++
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOTPC, R_AVR32_GOTPC },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOTCALL, R_AVR32_GOTCALL },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_LDA_GOT, R_AVR32_LDA_GOT },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT21S, R_AVR32_GOT21S },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT18SW, R_AVR32_GOT18SW },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT16S, R_AVR32_GOT16S },
++ /* GOT7UW should never be generated by the assembler */
++
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_32_CPENT, R_AVR32_32_CPENT },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_CPCALL, R_AVR32_CPCALL },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16_CP, R_AVR32_16_CP },
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_9W_CP, R_AVR32_9W_CP },
++
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_ALIGN, R_AVR32_ALIGN },
++
++ { BFD_RELOC_AVR32_15S, R_AVR32_15S },
++};
++
++static reloc_howto_type *
++bfd_elf32_bfd_reloc_type_lookup (bfd *abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ bfd_reloc_code_real_type code)
++{
++ unsigned int i;
++
++ for (i = 0; i < sizeof(avr32_reloc_map) / sizeof(struct elf_reloc_map); i++)
++ {
++ if (avr32_reloc_map[i].bfd_reloc_val == code)
++ return &elf_avr32_howto_table[avr32_reloc_map[i].elf_reloc_val];
++ }
++
++ return NULL;
++}
++
++static reloc_howto_type *
++bfd_elf32_bfd_reloc_name_lookup (bfd *abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ const char *r_name)
++{
++ unsigned int i;
++
++ for (i = 0;
++ i < sizeof (elf_avr32_howto_table) / sizeof (elf_avr32_howto_table[0]);
++ i++)
++ if (elf_avr32_howto_table[i].name != NULL
++ && strcasecmp (elf_avr32_howto_table[i].name, r_name) == 0)
++ return &elf_avr32_howto_table[i];
++
++ return NULL;
++}
++
++/* Set the howto pointer for an AVR32 ELF reloc. */
++static void
++avr32_info_to_howto (bfd *abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ arelent *cache_ptr,
++ Elf_Internal_Rela *dst)
++{
++ unsigned int r_type;
++
++ r_type = ELF32_R_TYPE (dst->r_info);
++ BFD_ASSERT (r_type < (unsigned int) R_AVR32_max);
++ cache_ptr->howto = &elf_avr32_howto_table[r_type];
++}
++
++
++/* AVR32 ELF linker hash table and associated hash entries. */
++
++static struct bfd_hash_entry *
++avr32_elf_link_hash_newfunc(struct bfd_hash_entry *entry,
++ struct bfd_hash_table *table,
++ const char *string);
++static void
++avr32_elf_copy_indirect_symbol(struct bfd_link_info *info,
++ struct elf_link_hash_entry *dir,
++ struct elf_link_hash_entry *ind);
++static struct bfd_link_hash_table *
++avr32_elf_link_hash_table_create(bfd *abfd);
++
++/*
++ Try to limit memory usage to something reasonable when sorting the
++ GOT. If just a couple of entries end up getting more references
++ than this, it won't affect performance at all, but if there are many
++ of them, we could end up with the wrong symbols being assigned the
++ first GOT entries.
++*/
++#define MAX_NR_GOT_HOLES 2048
++
++/*
++ AVR32 GOT entry. We need to keep track of refcounts and offsets
++ simultaneously, since we need the offsets during relaxation, and we
++ also want to be able to drop GOT entries during relaxation. In
++ addition to this, we want to keep the list of GOT entries sorted so
++ that we can keep the most-used entries at the lowest offsets.
++*/
++struct got_entry
++{
++ struct got_entry *next;
++ struct got_entry **pprev;
++ int refcount;
++ bfd_signed_vma offset;
++};
++
++struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry
++{
++ struct elf_link_hash_entry root;
++
++ /* Number of runtime relocations against this symbol. */
++ unsigned int possibly_dynamic_relocs;
++
++ /* If there are anything but R_AVR32_GOT18 relocations against this
++ symbol, it means that someone may be taking the address of the
++ function, and we should therefore not create a stub. */
++ bfd_boolean no_fn_stub;
++
++ /* If there is a R_AVR32_32 relocation in a read-only section
++ against this symbol, we could be in trouble. If we're linking a
++ shared library or this symbol is defined in one, it means we must
++ emit a run-time reloc for it and that's not allowed in read-only
++ sections. */
++ asection *readonly_reloc_sec;
++ bfd_vma readonly_reloc_offset;
++
++ /* Record which frag (if any) contains the symbol. This is used
++ during relaxation in order to avoid having to update all symbols
++ whenever we move something. For local symbols, this information
++ is in the local_sym_frag member of struct elf_obj_tdata. */
++ struct fragment *sym_frag;
++};
++#define avr32_elf_hash_entry(ent) ((struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *)(ent))
++
++struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table
++{
++ struct elf_link_hash_table root;
++
++ /* Shortcuts to get to dynamic linker sections. */
++ asection *sgot;
++ asection *srelgot;
++ asection *sstub;
++
++ /* We use a variation of Pigeonhole Sort to sort the GOT. After the
++ initial refcounts have been determined, we initialize
++ nr_got_holes to the highest refcount ever seen and allocate an
++ array of nr_got_holes entries for got_hole. Each GOT entry is
++ then stored in this array at the index given by its refcount.
++
++ When a GOT entry has its refcount decremented during relaxation,
++ it is moved to a lower index in the got_hole array.
++ */
++ struct got_entry **got_hole;
++ int nr_got_holes;
++
++ /* Dynamic relocations to local symbols. Only used when linking a
++ shared library and -Bsymbolic is not given. */
++ unsigned int local_dynamic_relocs;
++
++ bfd_boolean relocations_analyzed;
++ bfd_boolean symbols_adjusted;
++ bfd_boolean repeat_pass;
++ bfd_boolean direct_data_refs;
++ unsigned int relax_iteration;
++ unsigned int relax_pass;
++};
++#define avr32_elf_hash_table(p) \
++ ((struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *)((p)->hash))
++
++static struct bfd_hash_entry *
++avr32_elf_link_hash_newfunc(struct bfd_hash_entry *entry,
++ struct bfd_hash_table *table,
++ const char *string)
++{
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *ret = avr32_elf_hash_entry(entry);
++
++ /* Allocate the structure if it hasn't already been allocated by a
++ subclass */
++ if (ret == NULL)
++ ret = (struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *)
++ bfd_hash_allocate(table, sizeof(struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry));
++
++ if (ret == NULL)
++ return NULL;
++
++ memset(ret, 0, sizeof(struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry));
++
++ /* Give the superclass a chance */
++ ret = (struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *)
++ _bfd_elf_link_hash_newfunc((struct bfd_hash_entry *)ret, table, string);
++
++ return (struct bfd_hash_entry *)ret;
++}
++
++/* Copy data from an indirect symbol to its direct symbol, hiding the
++ old indirect symbol. Process additional relocation information.
++ Also called for weakdefs, in which case we just let
++ _bfd_elf_link_hash_copy_indirect copy the flags for us. */
++
++static void
++avr32_elf_copy_indirect_symbol(struct bfd_link_info *info,
++ struct elf_link_hash_entry *dir,
++ struct elf_link_hash_entry *ind)
++{
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *edir, *eind;
++
++ _bfd_elf_link_hash_copy_indirect (info, dir, ind);
++
++ if (ind->root.type != bfd_link_hash_indirect)
++ return;
++
++ edir = (struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *)dir;
++ eind = (struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *)ind;
++
++ edir->possibly_dynamic_relocs += eind->possibly_dynamic_relocs;
++ edir->no_fn_stub = edir->no_fn_stub || eind->no_fn_stub;
++}
++
++static struct bfd_link_hash_table *
++avr32_elf_link_hash_table_create(bfd *abfd)
++{
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *ret;
++
++ ret = bfd_zmalloc(sizeof(*ret));
++ if (ret == NULL)
++ return NULL;
++
++ if (! _bfd_elf_link_hash_table_init(&ret->root, abfd,
++ avr32_elf_link_hash_newfunc,
++ sizeof (struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry)))
++ {
++ free(ret);
++ return NULL;
++ }
++
++ /* Prevent the BFD core from creating bogus got_entry pointers */
++ ret->root.init_got_refcount.glist = NULL;
++ ret->root.init_plt_refcount.glist = NULL;
++ ret->root.init_got_offset.glist = NULL;
++ ret->root.init_plt_offset.glist = NULL;
++
++ return &ret->root.root;
++}
++
++
++/* Initial analysis and creation of dynamic sections and symbols */
++
++static asection *
++create_dynamic_section(bfd *dynobj, const char *name, flagword flags,
++ unsigned int align_power);
++static struct elf_link_hash_entry *
++create_dynamic_symbol(bfd *dynobj, struct bfd_link_info *info,
++ const char *name, asection *sec,
++ bfd_vma offset);
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_create_got_section (bfd *dynobj, struct bfd_link_info *info);
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_create_dynamic_sections (bfd *dynobj, struct bfd_link_info *info);
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_check_relocs (bfd *abfd, struct bfd_link_info *info, asection *sec,
++ const Elf_Internal_Rela *relocs);
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_adjust_dynamic_symbol(struct bfd_link_info *info,
++ struct elf_link_hash_entry *h);
++
++static asection *
++create_dynamic_section(bfd *dynobj, const char *name, flagword flags,
++ unsigned int align_power)
++{
++ asection *sec;
++
++ sec = bfd_make_section(dynobj, name);
++ if (!sec
++ || !bfd_set_section_flags(dynobj, sec, flags)
++ || !bfd_set_section_alignment(dynobj, sec, align_power))
++ return NULL;
++
++ return sec;
++}
++
++static struct elf_link_hash_entry *
++create_dynamic_symbol(bfd *dynobj, struct bfd_link_info *info,
++ const char *name, asection *sec,
++ bfd_vma offset)
++{
++ struct bfd_link_hash_entry *bh = NULL;
++ struct elf_link_hash_entry *h;
++ const struct elf_backend_data *bed = get_elf_backend_data (dynobj);
++
++ if (!(_bfd_generic_link_add_one_symbol
++ (info, dynobj, name, BSF_GLOBAL, sec, offset, NULL, FALSE,
++ bed->collect, &bh)))
++ return NULL;
++
++ h = (struct elf_link_hash_entry *)bh;
++ h->def_regular = 1;
++ h->type = STT_OBJECT;
++ h->other = STV_HIDDEN;
++
++ return h;
++}
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_create_got_section (bfd *dynobj, struct bfd_link_info *info)
++{
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab;
++ flagword flags;
++ const struct elf_backend_data *bed = get_elf_backend_data (dynobj);
++
++ htab = avr32_elf_hash_table(info);
++ flags = bed->dynamic_sec_flags;
++
++ if (htab->sgot)
++ return TRUE;
++
++ htab->sgot = create_dynamic_section(dynobj, ".got", flags, 2);
++ if (!htab->srelgot)
++ htab->srelgot = create_dynamic_section(dynobj, ".rela.got",
++ flags | SEC_READONLY, 2);
++
++ if (!htab->sgot || !htab->srelgot)
++ return FALSE;
++
++ htab->root.hgot = create_dynamic_symbol(dynobj, info, "_GLOBAL_OFFSET_TABLE_",
++ htab->sgot, 0);
++ if (!htab->root.hgot)
++ return FALSE;
++
++ /* Make room for the GOT header */
++ htab->sgot->size += bed->got_header_size;
++
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++/* (1) Create all dynamic (i.e. linker generated) sections that we may
++ need during the link */
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_create_dynamic_sections (bfd *dynobj, struct bfd_link_info *info)
++{
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab;
++ flagword flags;
++ const struct elf_backend_data *bed = get_elf_backend_data (dynobj);
++
++ pr_debug("(1) create dynamic sections\n");
++
++ htab = avr32_elf_hash_table(info);
++ flags = bed->dynamic_sec_flags;
++
++ if (!avr32_elf_create_got_section (dynobj, info))
++ return FALSE;
++
++ if (!htab->sstub)
++ htab->sstub = create_dynamic_section(dynobj, ".stub",
++ flags | SEC_READONLY | SEC_CODE, 2);
++
++ if (!htab->sstub)
++ return FALSE;
++
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++/* (2) Go through all the relocs and count any potential GOT- or
++ PLT-references to each symbol */
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_check_relocs (bfd *abfd, struct bfd_link_info *info, asection *sec,
++ const Elf_Internal_Rela *relocs)
++{
++ Elf_Internal_Shdr *symtab_hdr;
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab;
++ struct elf_link_hash_entry **sym_hashes;
++ const Elf_Internal_Rela *rel, *rel_end;
++ struct got_entry **local_got_ents;
++ struct got_entry *got;
++ const struct elf_backend_data *bed = get_elf_backend_data (abfd);
++ asection *sgot;
++ bfd *dynobj;
++
++ pr_debug("(2) check relocs for %s:<%s> (size 0x%lx)\n",
++ abfd->filename, sec->name, sec->size);
++
++ if (info->relocatable)
++ return TRUE;
++
++ dynobj = elf_hash_table(info)->dynobj;
++ symtab_hdr = &elf_tdata(abfd)->symtab_hdr;
++ sym_hashes = elf_sym_hashes(abfd);
++ htab = avr32_elf_hash_table(info);
++ local_got_ents = elf_local_got_ents(abfd);
++ sgot = htab->sgot;
++
++ rel_end = relocs + sec->reloc_count;
++ for (rel = relocs; rel < rel_end; rel++)
++ {
++ unsigned long r_symndx, r_type;
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *h;
++
++ r_symndx = ELF32_R_SYM(rel->r_info);
++ r_type = ELF32_R_TYPE(rel->r_info);
++
++ /* Local symbols use local_got_ents, while others store the same
++ information in the hash entry */
++ if (r_symndx < symtab_hdr->sh_info)
++ {
++ pr_debug(" (2a) processing local symbol %lu\n", r_symndx);
++ h = NULL;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ h = (struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *)
++ 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_avr32_link_hash_entry *)h->root.root.u.i.link;
++ pr_debug(" (2a) processing symbol %s\n", h->root.root.root.string);
++ }
++
++ /* Some relocs require special sections to be created. */
++ switch (r_type)
++ {
++ case R_AVR32_GOT32:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT16:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT8:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT21S:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT18SW:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT16S:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT7UW:
++ case R_AVR32_LDA_GOT:
++ case R_AVR32_GOTCALL:
++ if (rel->r_addend)
++ {
++ if (info->callbacks->reloc_dangerous
++ (info, _("Non-zero addend on GOT-relative relocation"),
++ abfd, sec, rel->r_offset) == FALSE)
++ return FALSE;
++ }
++ /* fall through */
++ case R_AVR32_GOTPC:
++ if (dynobj == NULL)
++ elf_hash_table(info)->dynobj = dynobj = abfd;
++ if (sgot == NULL && !avr32_elf_create_got_section(dynobj, info))
++ return FALSE;
++ break;
++ case R_AVR32_32:
++ /* We may need to create .rela.dyn later on. */
++ if (dynobj == NULL
++ && (info->shared || h != NULL)
++ && (sec->flags & SEC_ALLOC))
++ elf_hash_table(info)->dynobj = dynobj = abfd;
++ break;
++ }
++
++ if (h != NULL && r_type != R_AVR32_GOT18SW)
++ h->no_fn_stub = TRUE;
++
++ switch (r_type)
++ {
++ case R_AVR32_GOT32:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT16:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT8:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT21S:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT18SW:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT16S:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT7UW:
++ case R_AVR32_LDA_GOT:
++ case R_AVR32_GOTCALL:
++ if (h != NULL)
++ {
++ got = h->root.got.glist;
++ if (!got)
++ {
++ got = bfd_zalloc(abfd, sizeof(struct got_entry));
++ if (!got)
++ return FALSE;
++ h->root.got.glist = got;
++ }
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ if (!local_got_ents)
++ {
++ bfd_size_type size;
++ bfd_size_type i;
++ struct got_entry *tmp_entry;
++
++ size = symtab_hdr->sh_info;
++ size *= sizeof(struct got_entry *) + sizeof(struct got_entry);
++ local_got_ents = bfd_zalloc(abfd, size);
++ if (!local_got_ents)
++ return FALSE;
++
++ elf_local_got_ents(abfd) = local_got_ents;
++
++ tmp_entry = (struct got_entry *)(local_got_ents
++ + symtab_hdr->sh_info);
++ for (i = 0; i < symtab_hdr->sh_info; i++)
++ local_got_ents[i] = &tmp_entry[i];
++ }
++
++ got = local_got_ents[r_symndx];
++ }
++
++ got->refcount++;
++ if (got->refcount > htab->nr_got_holes)
++ htab->nr_got_holes = got->refcount;
++ break;
++
++ case R_AVR32_32:
++ if ((info->shared || h != NULL)
++ && (sec->flags & SEC_ALLOC))
++ {
++ if (htab->srelgot == NULL)
++ {
++ htab->srelgot = create_dynamic_section(dynobj, ".rela.got",
++ bed->dynamic_sec_flags
++ | SEC_READONLY, 2);
++ if (htab->srelgot == NULL)
++ return FALSE;
++ }
++
++ if (sec->flags & SEC_READONLY
++ && !h->readonly_reloc_sec)
++ {
++ h->readonly_reloc_sec = sec;
++ h->readonly_reloc_offset = rel->r_offset;
++ }
++
++ if (h != NULL)
++ {
++ pr_debug("Non-GOT reference to symbol %s\n",
++ h->root.root.root.string);
++ h->possibly_dynamic_relocs++;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ pr_debug("Non-GOT reference to local symbol %lu\n",
++ r_symndx);
++ htab->local_dynamic_relocs++;
++ }
++ }
++
++ break;
++
++ /* TODO: GNU_VTINHERIT and GNU_VTENTRY */
++ }
++ }
++
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++/* (3) Adjust a symbol defined by a dynamic object and referenced by a
++ regular object. The current definition is in some section of the
++ dynamic object, but we're not including those sections. We have to
++ change the definition to something the rest of the link can
++ understand. */
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_adjust_dynamic_symbol(struct bfd_link_info *info,
++ struct elf_link_hash_entry *h)
++{
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab;
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *havr;
++ bfd *dynobj;
++
++ pr_debug("(3) adjust dynamic symbol %s\n", h->root.root.string);
++
++ htab = avr32_elf_hash_table(info);
++ havr = (struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *)h;
++ dynobj = elf_hash_table(info)->dynobj;
++
++ /* Make sure we know what is going on here. */
++ BFD_ASSERT (dynobj != NULL
++ && (h->u.weakdef != NULL
++ || (h->def_dynamic
++ && h->ref_regular
++ && !h->def_regular)));
++
++ /* We don't want dynamic relocations in read-only sections. */
++ if (havr->readonly_reloc_sec)
++ {
++ if (info->callbacks->reloc_dangerous
++ (info, _("dynamic relocation in read-only section"),
++ havr->readonly_reloc_sec->owner, havr->readonly_reloc_sec,
++ havr->readonly_reloc_offset) == FALSE)
++ return FALSE;
++ }
++
++ /* If this is a function, create a stub if possible and set the
++ symbol to the stub location. */
++ if (0 && !havr->no_fn_stub)
++ {
++ if (!h->def_regular)
++ {
++ asection *s = htab->sstub;
++
++ BFD_ASSERT(s != NULL);
++
++ h->root.u.def.section = s;
++ h->root.u.def.value = s->size;
++ h->plt.offset = s->size;
++ s->size += AVR32_FUNCTION_STUB_SIZE;
++
++ return TRUE;
++ }
++ }
++ else if (h->type == STT_FUNC)
++ {
++ /* This will set the entry for this symbol in the GOT to 0, and
++ the dynamic linker will take care of this. */
++ h->root.u.def.value = 0;
++ return TRUE;
++ }
++
++ /* If this is a weak symbol, and there is a real definition, the
++ processor independent code will have arranged for us to see the
++ real definition first, and we can just use the same value. */
++ if (h->u.weakdef != NULL)
++ {
++ BFD_ASSERT(h->u.weakdef->root.type == bfd_link_hash_defined
++ || h->u.weakdef->root.type == bfd_link_hash_defweak);
++ h->root.u.def.section = h->u.weakdef->root.u.def.section;
++ h->root.u.def.value = h->u.weakdef->root.u.def.value;
++ return TRUE;
++ }
++
++ /* This is a reference to a symbol defined by a dynamic object which
++ is not a function. */
++
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++
++/* Garbage-collection of unused sections */
++
++static asection *
++avr32_elf_gc_mark_hook(asection *sec,
++ struct bfd_link_info *info ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ Elf_Internal_Rela *rel,
++ struct elf_link_hash_entry *h,
++ Elf_Internal_Sym *sym)
++{
++ if (h)
++ {
++ switch (ELF32_R_TYPE(rel->r_info))
++ {
++ /* TODO: VTINHERIT/VTENTRY */
++ default:
++ switch (h->root.type)
++ {
++ case bfd_link_hash_defined:
++ case bfd_link_hash_defweak:
++ return h->root.u.def.section;
++
++ case bfd_link_hash_common:
++ return h->root.u.c.p->section;
++
++ default:
++ break;
++ }
++ }
++ }
++ else
++ return bfd_section_from_elf_index(sec->owner, sym->st_shndx);
++
++ return NULL;
++}
++
++/* Update the GOT entry reference counts for the section being removed. */
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_gc_sweep_hook(bfd *abfd,
++ struct bfd_link_info *info ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ asection *sec,
++ const Elf_Internal_Rela *relocs)
++{
++ Elf_Internal_Shdr *symtab_hdr;
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry **sym_hashes;
++ struct got_entry **local_got_ents;
++ const Elf_Internal_Rela *rel, *relend;
++
++ if (!(sec->flags & SEC_ALLOC))
++ return TRUE;
++
++ symtab_hdr = &elf_tdata(abfd)->symtab_hdr;
++ sym_hashes = (struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry **)elf_sym_hashes(abfd);
++ local_got_ents = elf_local_got_ents(abfd);
++
++ relend = relocs + sec->reloc_count;
++ for (rel = relocs; rel < relend; rel++)
++ {
++ unsigned long r_symndx;
++ unsigned int r_type;
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *h = NULL;
++
++ r_symndx = ELF32_R_SYM(rel->r_info);
++ if (r_symndx >= symtab_hdr->sh_info)
++ {
++ h = sym_hashes[r_symndx - symtab_hdr->sh_info];
++ while (h->root.root.type == bfd_link_hash_indirect
++ || h->root.root.type == bfd_link_hash_warning)
++ h = (struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *)h->root.root.u.i.link;
++ }
++
++ r_type = ELF32_R_TYPE(rel->r_info);
++
++ switch (r_type)
++ {
++ case R_AVR32_GOT32:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT16:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT8:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT21S:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT18SW:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT16S:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT7UW:
++ case R_AVR32_LDA_GOT:
++ case R_AVR32_GOTCALL:
++ if (h)
++ h->root.got.glist->refcount--;
++ else
++ local_got_ents[r_symndx]->refcount--;
++ break;
++
++ case R_AVR32_32:
++ if (info->shared || h)
++ {
++ if (h)
++ h->possibly_dynamic_relocs--;
++ else
++ avr32_elf_hash_table(info)->local_dynamic_relocs--;
++ }
++
++ default:
++ break;
++ }
++ }
++
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++/* Sizing and refcounting of dynamic sections */
++
++static void
++insert_got_entry(struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab, struct got_entry *got);
++static void
++unref_got_entry(struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab, struct got_entry *got);
++static void
++ref_got_entry(struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab, struct got_entry *got);
++static bfd_boolean
++assign_got_offsets(struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab);
++static bfd_boolean
++allocate_dynrelocs(struct elf_link_hash_entry *h, void *_info);
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_size_dynamic_sections (bfd *output_bfd,
++ struct bfd_link_info *info);
++
++static void
++insert_got_entry(struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab, struct got_entry *got)
++{
++ /* Any entries with got_refcount > htab->nr_got_holes end up in the
++ * last pigeonhole without any sorting. We expect the number of such
++ * entries to be small, so it is very unlikely to affect
++ * performance. */
++ int entry = got->refcount;
++
++ if (entry > htab->nr_got_holes)
++ entry = htab->nr_got_holes;
++
++ got->pprev = &htab->got_hole[entry];
++ got->next = htab->got_hole[entry];
++
++ if (got->next)
++ got->next->pprev = &got->next;
++
++ htab->got_hole[entry] = got;
++}
++
++/* Decrement the refcount of a GOT entry and update its position in
++ the pigeonhole array. */
++static void
++unref_got_entry(struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab, struct got_entry *got)
++{
++ BFD_ASSERT(got->refcount > 0);
++
++ if (got->next)
++ got->next->pprev = got->pprev;
++
++ *(got->pprev) = got->next;
++ got->refcount--;
++ insert_got_entry(htab, got);
++}
++
++static void
++ref_got_entry(struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab, struct got_entry *got)
++{
++ if (got->next)
++ got->next->pprev = got->pprev;
++
++ *(got->pprev) = got->next;
++ got->refcount++;
++ insert_got_entry(htab, got);
++
++ BFD_ASSERT(got->refcount > 0);
++}
++
++/* Assign offsets to all GOT entries we intend to keep. The entries
++ that are referenced most often are placed at low offsets so that we
++ can use compact instructions as much as possible.
++
++ Returns TRUE if any offsets or the total size of the GOT changed. */
++
++static bfd_boolean
++assign_got_offsets(struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab)
++{
++ struct got_entry *got;
++ bfd_size_type got_size = 0;
++ bfd_boolean changed = FALSE;
++ bfd_signed_vma offset;
++ int i;
++
++ /* The GOT header provides the address of the DYNAMIC segment, so
++ we need that even if the GOT is otherwise empty. */
++ if (htab->root.dynamic_sections_created)
++ got_size = AVR32_GOT_HEADER_SIZE;
++
++ for (i = htab->nr_got_holes; i > 0; i--)
++ {
++ got = htab->got_hole[i];
++ while (got)
++ {
++ if (got->refcount > 0)
++ {
++ offset = got_size;
++ if (got->offset != offset)
++ {
++ RDBG("GOT offset changed: %ld -> %ld\n",
++ got->offset, offset);
++ changed = TRUE;
++ }
++ got->offset = offset;
++ got_size += 4;
++ }
++ got = got->next;
++ }
++ }
++
++ if (htab->sgot->size != got_size)
++ {
++ RDBG("GOT size changed: %lu -> %lu\n", htab->sgot->size,
++ got_size);
++ changed = TRUE;
++ }
++ htab->sgot->size = got_size;
++
++ RDBG("assign_got_offsets: total size %lu (%s)\n",
++ got_size, changed ? "changed" : "no change");
++
++ return changed;
++}
++
++static bfd_boolean
++allocate_dynrelocs(struct elf_link_hash_entry *h, void *_info)
++{
++ struct bfd_link_info *info = _info;
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab;
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *havr;
++ struct got_entry *got;
++
++ pr_debug(" (4b) allocate_dynrelocs: %s\n", h->root.root.string);
++
++ if (h->root.type == bfd_link_hash_indirect)
++ return TRUE;
++
++ if (h->root.type == bfd_link_hash_warning)
++ /* When warning symbols are created, they **replace** the "real"
++ entry in the hash table, thus we never get to see the real
++ symbol in a hash traversal. So look at it now. */
++ h = (struct elf_link_hash_entry *) h->root.u.i.link;
++
++ htab = avr32_elf_hash_table(info);
++ havr = (struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *)h;
++
++ got = h->got.glist;
++
++ /* If got is NULL, the symbol is never referenced through the GOT */
++ if (got && got->refcount > 0)
++ {
++ insert_got_entry(htab, got);
++
++ /* Shared libraries need relocs for all GOT entries unless the
++ symbol is forced local or -Bsymbolic is used. Others need
++ relocs for everything that is not guaranteed to be defined in
++ a regular object. */
++ if ((info->shared
++ && !info->symbolic
++ && h->dynindx != -1)
++ || (htab->root.dynamic_sections_created
++ && h->def_dynamic
++ && !h->def_regular))
++ htab->srelgot->size += sizeof(Elf32_External_Rela);
++ }
++
++ if (havr->possibly_dynamic_relocs
++ && (info->shared
++ || (elf_hash_table(info)->dynamic_sections_created
++ && h->def_dynamic
++ && !h->def_regular)))
++ {
++ pr_debug("Allocating %d dynamic reloc against symbol %s...\n",
++ havr->possibly_dynamic_relocs, h->root.root.string);
++ htab->srelgot->size += (havr->possibly_dynamic_relocs
++ * sizeof(Elf32_External_Rela));
++ }
++
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++/* (4) Calculate the sizes of the linker-generated sections and
++ allocate memory for them. */
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_size_dynamic_sections (bfd *output_bfd,
++ struct bfd_link_info *info)
++{
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab;
++ bfd *dynobj;
++ asection *s;
++ bfd *ibfd;
++ bfd_boolean relocs;
++
++ pr_debug("(4) size dynamic sections\n");
++
++ htab = avr32_elf_hash_table(info);
++ dynobj = htab->root.dynobj;
++ BFD_ASSERT(dynobj != NULL);
++
++ if (htab->root.dynamic_sections_created)
++ {
++ /* Initialize the contents of the .interp section to the name of
++ the dynamic loader */
++ if (info->executable)
++ {
++ s = bfd_get_section_by_name(dynobj, ".interp");
++ BFD_ASSERT(s != NULL);
++ s->size = sizeof(ELF_DYNAMIC_INTERPRETER);
++ s->contents = (unsigned char *)ELF_DYNAMIC_INTERPRETER;
++ }
++ }
++
++ if (htab->nr_got_holes > 0)
++ {
++ /* Allocate holes for the pigeonhole sort algorithm */
++ pr_debug("Highest GOT refcount: %d\n", htab->nr_got_holes);
++
++ /* Limit the memory usage by clipping the number of pigeonholes
++ * at a predefined maximum. All entries with a higher refcount
++ * will end up in the last pigeonhole. */
++ if (htab->nr_got_holes >= MAX_NR_GOT_HOLES)
++ {
++ htab->nr_got_holes = MAX_NR_GOT_HOLES - 1;
++
++ pr_debug("Limiting maximum number of GOT pigeonholes to %u\n",
++ htab->nr_got_holes);
++ }
++ htab->got_hole = bfd_zalloc(output_bfd,
++ sizeof(struct got_entry *)
++ * (htab->nr_got_holes + 1));
++ if (!htab->got_hole)
++ return FALSE;
++
++ /* Set up .got offsets for local syms. */
++ for (ibfd = info->input_bfds; ibfd != NULL; ibfd = ibfd->link_next)
++ {
++ struct got_entry **local_got;
++ struct got_entry **end_local_got;
++ Elf_Internal_Shdr *symtab_hdr;
++ bfd_size_type locsymcount;
++
++ pr_debug(" (4a) processing file %s...\n", ibfd->filename);
++
++ BFD_ASSERT(bfd_get_flavour(ibfd) == bfd_target_elf_flavour);
++
++ local_got = elf_local_got_ents(ibfd);
++ if (!local_got)
++ continue;
++
++ symtab_hdr = &elf_tdata(ibfd)->symtab_hdr;
++ locsymcount = symtab_hdr->sh_info;
++ end_local_got = local_got + locsymcount;
++
++ for (; local_got < end_local_got; ++local_got)
++ insert_got_entry(htab, *local_got);
++ }
++ }
++
++ /* Allocate global sym .got entries and space for global sym
++ dynamic relocs */
++ elf_link_hash_traverse(&htab->root, allocate_dynrelocs, info);
++
++ /* Now that we have sorted the GOT entries, we are ready to
++ assign offsets and determine the initial size of the GOT. */
++ if (htab->sgot)
++ assign_got_offsets(htab);
++
++ /* Allocate space for local sym dynamic relocs */
++ BFD_ASSERT(htab->local_dynamic_relocs == 0 || info->shared);
++ if (htab->local_dynamic_relocs)
++ htab->srelgot->size += (htab->local_dynamic_relocs
++ * sizeof(Elf32_External_Rela));
++
++ /* We now have determined the sizes of the various dynamic
++ sections. Allocate memory for them. */
++ relocs = FALSE;
++ for (s = dynobj->sections; s; s = s->next)
++ {
++ if ((s->flags & SEC_LINKER_CREATED) == 0)
++ continue;
++
++ if (s == htab->sgot
++ || s == htab->sstub)
++ {
++ /* Strip this section if we don't need it */
++ }
++ else if (strncmp (bfd_get_section_name(dynobj, s), ".rela", 5) == 0)
++ {
++ if (s->size != 0)
++ relocs = TRUE;
++
++ s->reloc_count = 0;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ /* It's not one of our sections */
++ continue;
++ }
++
++ if (s->size == 0)
++ {
++ /* Strip unneeded sections */
++ pr_debug("Stripping section %s from output...\n", s->name);
++ /* deleted function in 2.17
++ _bfd_strip_section_from_output(info, s);
++ */
++ continue;
++ }
++
++ s->contents = bfd_zalloc(dynobj, s->size);
++ if (s->contents == NULL)
++ return FALSE;
++ }
++
++ if (htab->root.dynamic_sections_created)
++ {
++ /* Add some entries to the .dynamic section. We fill in the
++ values later, in sh_elf_finish_dynamic_sections, but we
++ must add the entries now so that we get the correct size for
++ the .dynamic section. The DT_DEBUG entry is filled in by the
++ dynamic linker and used by the debugger. */
++#define add_dynamic_entry(TAG, VAL) _bfd_elf_add_dynamic_entry(info, TAG, VAL)
++
++ if (!add_dynamic_entry(DT_PLTGOT, 0))
++ return FALSE;
++ if (!add_dynamic_entry(DT_AVR32_GOTSZ, 0))
++ return FALSE;
++
++ if (info->executable)
++ {
++ if (!add_dynamic_entry(DT_DEBUG, 0))
++ return FALSE;
++ }
++ if (relocs)
++ {
++ if (!add_dynamic_entry(DT_RELA, 0)
++ || !add_dynamic_entry(DT_RELASZ, 0)
++ || !add_dynamic_entry(DT_RELAENT,
++ sizeof(Elf32_External_Rela)))
++ return FALSE;
++ }
++ }
++#undef add_dynamic_entry
++
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++
++/* Access to internal relocations, section contents and symbols.
++ (stolen from the xtensa port) */
++
++static Elf_Internal_Rela *
++retrieve_internal_relocs (bfd *abfd, asection *sec, bfd_boolean keep_memory);
++static void
++pin_internal_relocs (asection *sec, Elf_Internal_Rela *internal_relocs);
++static void
++release_internal_relocs (asection *sec, Elf_Internal_Rela *internal_relocs);
++static bfd_byte *
++retrieve_contents (bfd *abfd, asection *sec, bfd_boolean keep_memory);
++/*
++static void
++pin_contents (asection *sec, bfd_byte *contents);
++*/
++static void
++release_contents (asection *sec, bfd_byte *contents);
++static Elf_Internal_Sym *
++retrieve_local_syms (bfd *input_bfd, bfd_boolean keep_memory);
++/*
++static void
++pin_local_syms (bfd *input_bfd, Elf_Internal_Sym *isymbuf);
++*/
++static void
++release_local_syms (bfd *input_bfd, Elf_Internal_Sym *isymbuf);
++
++/* During relaxation, we need to modify relocations, section contents,
++ and symbol definitions, and we need to keep the original values from
++ being reloaded from the input files, i.e., we need to "pin" the
++ modified values in memory. We also want to continue to observe the
++ setting of the "keep-memory" flag. The following functions wrap the
++ standard BFD functions to take care of this for us. */
++
++static Elf_Internal_Rela *
++retrieve_internal_relocs (bfd *abfd, asection *sec, bfd_boolean keep_memory)
++{
++ /* _bfd_elf_link_read_relocs knows about caching, so no need for us
++ to be clever here. */
++ return _bfd_elf_link_read_relocs(abfd, sec, NULL, NULL, keep_memory);
++}
++
++static void
++pin_internal_relocs (asection *sec, Elf_Internal_Rela *internal_relocs)
++{
++ elf_section_data (sec)->relocs = internal_relocs;
++}
++
++static void
++release_internal_relocs (asection *sec, Elf_Internal_Rela *internal_relocs)
++{
++ if (internal_relocs
++ && elf_section_data (sec)->relocs != internal_relocs)
++ free (internal_relocs);
++}
++
++static bfd_byte *
++retrieve_contents (bfd *abfd, asection *sec, bfd_boolean keep_memory)
++{
++ bfd_byte *contents;
++ bfd_size_type sec_size;
++
++ sec_size = bfd_get_section_limit (abfd, sec);
++ contents = elf_section_data (sec)->this_hdr.contents;
++
++ if (contents == NULL && sec_size != 0)
++ {
++ if (!bfd_malloc_and_get_section (abfd, sec, &contents))
++ {
++ if (contents)
++ free (contents);
++ return NULL;
++ }
++ if (keep_memory)
++ elf_section_data (sec)->this_hdr.contents = contents;
++ }
++ return contents;
++}
++
++/*
++static void
++pin_contents (asection *sec, bfd_byte *contents)
++{
++ elf_section_data (sec)->this_hdr.contents = contents;
++}
++*/
++static void
++release_contents (asection *sec, bfd_byte *contents)
++{
++ if (contents && elf_section_data (sec)->this_hdr.contents != contents)
++ free (contents);
++}
++
++static Elf_Internal_Sym *
++retrieve_local_syms (bfd *input_bfd, bfd_boolean keep_memory)
++{
++ Elf_Internal_Shdr *symtab_hdr;
++ Elf_Internal_Sym *isymbuf;
++ size_t locsymcount;
++
++ symtab_hdr = &elf_tdata (input_bfd)->symtab_hdr;
++ locsymcount = symtab_hdr->sh_info;
++
++ isymbuf = (Elf_Internal_Sym *) symtab_hdr->contents;
++ if (isymbuf == NULL && locsymcount != 0)
++ {
++ isymbuf = bfd_elf_get_elf_syms (input_bfd, symtab_hdr, locsymcount, 0,
++ NULL, NULL, NULL);
++ if (isymbuf && keep_memory)
++ symtab_hdr->contents = (unsigned char *) isymbuf;
++ }
++
++ return isymbuf;
++}
++
++/*
++static void
++pin_local_syms (bfd *input_bfd, Elf_Internal_Sym *isymbuf)
++{
++ elf_tdata (input_bfd)->symtab_hdr.contents = (unsigned char *)isymbuf;
++}
++
++*/
++static void
++release_local_syms (bfd *input_bfd, Elf_Internal_Sym *isymbuf)
++{
++ if (isymbuf && (elf_tdata (input_bfd)->symtab_hdr.contents
++ != (unsigned char *)isymbuf))
++ free (isymbuf);
++}
++
++ /* Data structures used during relaxation. */
++
++enum relax_state_id {
++ RS_ERROR = -1,
++ RS_NONE = 0,
++ RS_ALIGN,
++ RS_CPENT,
++ RS_PIC_CALL,
++ RS_PIC_MCALL,
++ RS_PIC_RCALL2,
++ RS_PIC_RCALL1,
++ RS_PIC_LDA,
++ RS_PIC_LDW4,
++ RS_PIC_LDW3,
++ RS_PIC_SUB5,
++ RS_NOPIC_MCALL,
++ RS_NOPIC_RCALL2,
++ RS_NOPIC_RCALL1,
++ RS_NOPIC_LDW4,
++ RS_NOPIC_LDDPC,
++ RS_NOPIC_SUB5,
++ RS_NOPIC_MOV2,
++ RS_NOPIC_MOV1,
++ RS_RCALL2,
++ RS_RCALL1,
++ RS_BRC2,
++ RS_BRC1,
++ RS_BRAL,
++ RS_RJMP,
++ RS_MAX,
++};
++
++enum reference_type {
++ REF_ABSOLUTE,
++ REF_PCREL,
++ REF_CPOOL,
++ REF_GOT,
++};
++
++struct relax_state
++{
++ const char *name;
++ enum relax_state_id id;
++ enum relax_state_id direct;
++ enum relax_state_id next;
++ enum relax_state_id prev;
++
++ enum reference_type reftype;
++
++ unsigned int r_type;
++
++ bfd_vma opcode;
++ bfd_vma opcode_mask;
++
++ bfd_signed_vma range_min;
++ bfd_signed_vma range_max;
++
++ bfd_size_type size;
++};
++
++/*
++ * This is for relocs that
++ * a) has an addend or is of type R_AVR32_DIFF32, and
++ * b) references a different section than it's in, and
++ * c) references a section that is relaxable
++ *
++ * as well as relocs that references the constant pool, in which case
++ * the add_frag member points to the frag containing the constant pool
++ * entry.
++ *
++ * Such relocs must be fixed up whenever we delete any code. Sections
++ * that don't have any relocs with all of the above properties don't
++ * have any additional reloc data, but sections that do will have
++ * additional data for all its relocs.
++ */
++struct avr32_reloc_data
++{
++ struct fragment *add_frag;
++ struct fragment *sub_frag;
++};
++
++/*
++ * A 'fragment' is a relaxable entity, that is, code may be added or
++ * deleted at the end of a fragment. When this happens, all subsequent
++ * fragments in the list will have their offsets updated.
++ */
++struct fragment
++{
++ enum relax_state_id state;
++ enum relax_state_id initial_state;
++
++ Elf_Internal_Rela *rela;
++ bfd_size_type size;
++ bfd_vma offset;
++ int size_adjust;
++ int offset_adjust;
++ bfd_boolean has_grown;
++
++ /* Only used by constant pool entries. When this drops to zero, the
++ frag is discarded (i.e. size_adjust is set to -4.) */
++ int refcount;
++};
++
++struct avr32_relax_data
++{
++ unsigned int frag_count;
++ struct fragment *frag;
++ struct avr32_reloc_data *reloc_data;
++
++ /* TRUE if this section has one or more relaxable relocations */
++ bfd_boolean is_relaxable;
++ unsigned int iteration;
++};
++
++struct avr32_section_data
++{
++ struct bfd_elf_section_data elf;
++ struct avr32_relax_data relax_data;
++};
++
++ /* Relax state definitions */
++
++#define PIC_MOV2_OPCODE 0xe0600000
++#define PIC_MOV2_MASK 0xe1e00000
++#define PIC_MOV2_RANGE_MIN (-1048576 * 4)
++#define PIC_MOV2_RANGE_MAX (1048575 * 4)
++#define PIC_MCALL_OPCODE 0xf0160000
++#define PIC_MCALL_MASK 0xffff0000
++#define PIC_MCALL_RANGE_MIN (-131072)
++#define PIC_MCALL_RANGE_MAX (131068)
++#define RCALL2_OPCODE 0xe0a00000
++#define RCALL2_MASK 0xe1ef0000
++#define RCALL2_RANGE_MIN (-2097152)
++#define RCALL2_RANGE_MAX (2097150)
++#define RCALL1_OPCODE 0xc00c0000
++#define RCALL1_MASK 0xf00c0000
++#define RCALL1_RANGE_MIN (-1024)
++#define RCALL1_RANGE_MAX (1022)
++#define PIC_LDW4_OPCODE 0xecf00000
++#define PIC_LDW4_MASK 0xfff00000
++#define PIC_LDW4_RANGE_MIN (-32768)
++#define PIC_LDW4_RANGE_MAX (32767)
++#define PIC_LDW3_OPCODE 0x6c000000
++#define PIC_LDW3_MASK 0xfe000000
++#define PIC_LDW3_RANGE_MIN (0)
++#define PIC_LDW3_RANGE_MAX (124)
++#define SUB5_PC_OPCODE 0xfec00000
++#define SUB5_PC_MASK 0xfff00000
++#define SUB5_PC_RANGE_MIN (-32768)
++#define SUB5_PC_RANGE_MAX (32767)
++#define NOPIC_MCALL_OPCODE 0xf01f0000
++#define NOPIC_MCALL_MASK 0xffff0000
++#define NOPIC_MCALL_RANGE_MIN PIC_MCALL_RANGE_MIN
++#define NOPIC_MCALL_RANGE_MAX PIC_MCALL_RANGE_MAX
++#define NOPIC_LDW4_OPCODE 0xfef00000
++#define NOPIC_LDW4_MASK 0xfff00000
++#define NOPIC_LDW4_RANGE_MIN PIC_LDW4_RANGE_MIN
++#define NOPIC_LDW4_RANGE_MAX PIC_LDW4_RANGE_MAX
++#define LDDPC_OPCODE 0x48000000
++#define LDDPC_MASK 0xf8000000
++#define LDDPC_RANGE_MIN 0
++#define LDDPC_RANGE_MAX 508
++
++#define NOPIC_MOV2_OPCODE 0xe0600000
++#define NOPIC_MOV2_MASK 0xe1e00000
++#define NOPIC_MOV2_RANGE_MIN (-1048576)
++#define NOPIC_MOV2_RANGE_MAX (1048575)
++#define NOPIC_MOV1_OPCODE 0x30000000
++#define NOPIC_MOV1_MASK 0xf0000000
++#define NOPIC_MOV1_RANGE_MIN (-128)
++#define NOPIC_MOV1_RANGE_MAX (127)
++
++/* Only brc2 variants with cond[3] == 0 is considered, since the
++ others are not relaxable. bral is a special case and is handled
++ separately. */
++#define BRC2_OPCODE 0xe0800000
++#define BRC2_MASK 0xe1e80000
++#define BRC2_RANGE_MIN (-2097152)
++#define BRC2_RANGE_MAX (2097150)
++#define BRC1_OPCODE 0xc0000000
++#define BRC1_MASK 0xf0080000
++#define BRC1_RANGE_MIN (-256)
++#define BRC1_RANGE_MAX (254)
++#define BRAL_OPCODE 0xe08f0000
++#define BRAL_MASK 0xe1ef0000
++#define BRAL_RANGE_MIN BRC2_RANGE_MIN
++#define BRAL_RANGE_MAX BRC2_RANGE_MAX
++#define RJMP_OPCODE 0xc0080000
++#define RJMP_MASK 0xf00c0000
++#define RJMP_RANGE_MIN (-1024)
++#define RJMP_RANGE_MAX (1022)
++
++/* Define a relax state using the GOT */
++#define RG(id, dir, next, prev, r_type, opc, size) \
++ { "RS_"#id, RS_##id, RS_##dir, RS_##next, RS_##prev, REF_GOT, \
++ R_AVR32_##r_type, opc##_OPCODE, opc##_MASK, \
++ opc##_RANGE_MIN, opc##_RANGE_MAX, size }
++/* Define a relax state using the Constant Pool */
++#define RC(id, dir, next, prev, r_type, opc, size) \
++ { "RS_"#id, RS_##id, RS_##dir, RS_##next, RS_##prev, REF_CPOOL, \
++ R_AVR32_##r_type, opc##_OPCODE, opc##_MASK, \
++ opc##_RANGE_MIN, opc##_RANGE_MAX, size }
++
++/* Define a relax state using pc-relative direct reference */
++#define RP(id, dir, next, prev, r_type, opc, size) \
++ { "RS_"#id, RS_##id, RS_##dir, RS_##next, RS_##prev, REF_PCREL, \
++ R_AVR32_##r_type, opc##_OPCODE, opc##_MASK, \
++ opc##_RANGE_MIN, opc##_RANGE_MAX, size }
++
++/* Define a relax state using non-pc-relative direct reference */
++#define RD(id, dir, next, prev, r_type, opc, size) \
++ { "RS_"#id, RS_##id, RS_##dir, RS_##next, RS_##prev, REF_ABSOLUTE, \
++ R_AVR32_##r_type, opc##_OPCODE, opc##_MASK, \
++ opc##_RANGE_MIN, opc##_RANGE_MAX, size }
++
++/* Define a relax state that will be handled specially */
++#define RS(id, r_type, size) \
++ { "RS_"#id, RS_##id, RS_NONE, RS_NONE, RS_NONE, REF_ABSOLUTE, \
++ R_AVR32_##r_type, 0, 0, 0, 0, size }
++
++const struct relax_state relax_state[RS_MAX] = {
++ RS(NONE, NONE, 0),
++ RS(ALIGN, ALIGN, 0),
++ RS(CPENT, 32_CPENT, 4),
++
++ RG(PIC_CALL, PIC_RCALL1, PIC_MCALL, NONE, GOTCALL, PIC_MOV2, 10),
++ RG(PIC_MCALL, PIC_RCALL1, NONE, PIC_CALL, GOT18SW, PIC_MCALL, 4),
++ RP(PIC_RCALL2, NONE, PIC_RCALL1, PIC_MCALL, 22H_PCREL, RCALL2, 4),
++ RP(PIC_RCALL1, NONE, NONE, PIC_RCALL2, 11H_PCREL, RCALL1, 2),
++
++ RG(PIC_LDA, PIC_SUB5, PIC_LDW4, NONE, LDA_GOT, PIC_MOV2, 8),
++ RG(PIC_LDW4, PIC_SUB5, PIC_LDW3, PIC_LDA, GOT16S, PIC_LDW4, 4),
++ RG(PIC_LDW3, PIC_SUB5, NONE, PIC_LDW4, GOT7UW, PIC_LDW3, 2),
++ RP(PIC_SUB5, NONE, NONE, PIC_LDW3, 16N_PCREL, SUB5_PC, 4),
++
++ RC(NOPIC_MCALL, NOPIC_RCALL1, NONE, NONE, CPCALL, NOPIC_MCALL, 4),
++ RP(NOPIC_RCALL2, NONE, NOPIC_RCALL1, NOPIC_MCALL, 22H_PCREL, RCALL2, 4),
++ RP(NOPIC_RCALL1, NONE, NONE, NOPIC_RCALL2, 11H_PCREL, RCALL1, 2),
++
++ RC(NOPIC_LDW4, NOPIC_MOV1, NOPIC_LDDPC, NONE, 16_CP, NOPIC_LDW4, 4),
++ RC(NOPIC_LDDPC, NOPIC_MOV1, NONE, NOPIC_LDW4, 9W_CP, LDDPC, 2),
++ RP(NOPIC_SUB5, NOPIC_MOV1, NONE, NOPIC_LDDPC, 16N_PCREL, SUB5_PC, 4),
++ RD(NOPIC_MOV2, NONE, NOPIC_MOV1, NOPIC_SUB5, 21S, NOPIC_MOV2, 4),
++ RD(NOPIC_MOV1, NONE, NONE, NOPIC_MOV2, 8S, NOPIC_MOV1, 2),
++
++ RP(RCALL2, NONE, RCALL1, NONE, 22H_PCREL, RCALL2, 4),
++ RP(RCALL1, NONE, NONE, RCALL2, 11H_PCREL, RCALL1, 2),
++ RP(BRC2, NONE, BRC1, NONE, 22H_PCREL, BRC2, 4),
++ RP(BRC1, NONE, NONE, BRC2, 9H_PCREL, BRC1, 2),
++ RP(BRAL, NONE, RJMP, NONE, 22H_PCREL, BRAL, 4),
++ RP(RJMP, NONE, NONE, BRAL, 11H_PCREL, RJMP, 2),
++};
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_new_section_hook(bfd *abfd, asection *sec)
++{
++ struct avr32_section_data *sdata;
++
++ sdata = bfd_zalloc(abfd, sizeof(struct avr32_section_data));
++ if (!sdata)
++ return FALSE;
++
++ sec->used_by_bfd = sdata;
++ return _bfd_elf_new_section_hook(abfd, sec);
++}
++
++static struct avr32_relax_data *
++avr32_relax_data(asection *sec)
++{
++ struct avr32_section_data *sdata;
++
++ BFD_ASSERT(sec->used_by_bfd);
++
++ sdata = (struct avr32_section_data *)elf_section_data(sec);
++ return &sdata->relax_data;
++}
++
++ /* Link-time relaxation */
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_relax_section(bfd *abfd, asection *sec,
++ struct bfd_link_info *info, bfd_boolean *again);
++
++enum relax_pass_id {
++ RELAX_PASS_SIZE_FRAGS,
++ RELAX_PASS_MOVE_DATA,
++};
++
++/* Stolen from the xtensa port */
++static int
++internal_reloc_compare (const void *ap, const void *bp)
++{
++ const Elf_Internal_Rela *a = (const Elf_Internal_Rela *) ap;
++ const Elf_Internal_Rela *b = (const Elf_Internal_Rela *) bp;
++
++ if (a->r_offset != b->r_offset)
++ return (a->r_offset - b->r_offset);
++
++ /* We don't need to sort on these criteria for correctness,
++ but enforcing a more strict ordering prevents unstable qsort
++ from behaving differently with different implementations.
++ Without the code below we get correct but different results
++ on Solaris 2.7 and 2.8. We would like to always produce the
++ same results no matter the host. */
++
++ if (a->r_info != b->r_info)
++ return (a->r_info - b->r_info);
++
++ return (a->r_addend - b->r_addend);
++}
++
++static enum relax_state_id
++get_pcrel22_relax_state(bfd *abfd, asection *sec, struct bfd_link_info *info,
++ const Elf_Internal_Rela *rela)
++{
++ bfd_byte *contents;
++ bfd_vma insn;
++ enum relax_state_id rs = RS_NONE;
++
++ contents = retrieve_contents(abfd, sec, info->keep_memory);
++ if (!contents)
++ return RS_ERROR;
++
++ insn = bfd_get_32(abfd, contents + rela->r_offset);
++ if ((insn & RCALL2_MASK) == RCALL2_OPCODE)
++ rs = RS_RCALL2;
++ else if ((insn & BRAL_MASK) == BRAL_OPCODE)
++ /* Optimizing bral -> rjmp gets us into all kinds of
++ trouble with jump tables. Better not do it. */
++ rs = RS_NONE;
++ else if ((insn & BRC2_MASK) == BRC2_OPCODE)
++ rs = RS_BRC2;
++
++ release_contents(sec, contents);
++
++ return rs;
++}
++
++static enum relax_state_id
++get_initial_relax_state(bfd *abfd, asection *sec, struct bfd_link_info *info,
++ const Elf_Internal_Rela *rela)
++{
++ switch (ELF_R_TYPE(rela->r_info))
++ {
++ case R_AVR32_GOTCALL:
++ return RS_PIC_CALL;
++ case R_AVR32_GOT18SW:
++ return RS_PIC_MCALL;
++ case R_AVR32_LDA_GOT:
++ return RS_PIC_LDA;
++ case R_AVR32_GOT16S:
++ return RS_PIC_LDW4;
++ case R_AVR32_CPCALL:
++ return RS_NOPIC_MCALL;
++ case R_AVR32_16_CP:
++ return RS_NOPIC_LDW4;
++ case R_AVR32_9W_CP:
++ return RS_NOPIC_LDDPC;
++ case R_AVR32_ALIGN:
++ return RS_ALIGN;
++ case R_AVR32_32_CPENT:
++ return RS_CPENT;
++ case R_AVR32_22H_PCREL:
++ return get_pcrel22_relax_state(abfd, sec, info, rela);
++ case R_AVR32_9H_PCREL:
++ return RS_BRC1;
++ default:
++ return RS_NONE;
++ }
++}
++
++static bfd_boolean
++reloc_is_cpool_ref(const Elf_Internal_Rela *rela)
++{
++ switch (ELF_R_TYPE(rela->r_info))
++ {
++ case R_AVR32_CPCALL:
++ case R_AVR32_16_CP:
++ case R_AVR32_9W_CP:
++ return TRUE;
++ default:
++ return FALSE;
++ }
++}
++
++static struct fragment *
++new_frag(bfd *abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, asection *sec,
++ struct avr32_relax_data *rd, enum relax_state_id state,
++ Elf_Internal_Rela *rela)
++{
++ struct fragment *frag;
++ bfd_size_type r_size;
++ bfd_vma r_offset;
++ unsigned int i = rd->frag_count;
++
++ BFD_ASSERT(state >= RS_NONE && state < RS_MAX);
++
++ rd->frag_count++;
++ frag = bfd_realloc(rd->frag, sizeof(struct fragment) * rd->frag_count);
++ if (!frag)
++ return NULL;
++ rd->frag = frag;
++
++ frag += i;
++ memset(frag, 0, sizeof(struct fragment));
++
++ if (state == RS_ALIGN)
++ r_size = (((rela->r_offset + (1 << rela->r_addend) - 1)
++ & ~((1 << rela->r_addend) - 1)) - rela->r_offset);
++ else
++ r_size = relax_state[state].size;
++
++ if (rela)
++ r_offset = rela->r_offset;
++ else
++ r_offset = sec->size;
++
++ if (i == 0)
++ {
++ frag->offset = 0;
++ frag->size = r_offset + r_size;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ frag->offset = rd->frag[i - 1].offset + rd->frag[i - 1].size;
++ frag->size = r_offset + r_size - frag->offset;
++ }
++
++ if (state != RS_CPENT)
++ /* Make sure we don't discard this frag */
++ frag->refcount = 1;
++
++ frag->initial_state = frag->state = state;
++ frag->rela = rela;
++
++ return frag;
++}
++
++static struct fragment *
++find_frag(asection *sec, bfd_vma offset)
++{
++ struct fragment *first, *last;
++ struct avr32_relax_data *rd = avr32_relax_data(sec);
++
++ if (rd->frag_count == 0)
++ return NULL;
++
++ first = &rd->frag[0];
++ last = &rd->frag[rd->frag_count - 1];
++
++ /* This may be a reloc referencing the end of a section. The last
++ frag will never have a reloc associated with it, so its size will
++ never change, thus the offset adjustment of the last frag will
++ always be the same as the offset adjustment of the end of the
++ section. */
++ if (offset == sec->size)
++ {
++ BFD_ASSERT(last->offset + last->size == sec->size);
++ BFD_ASSERT(!last->rela);
++ return last;
++ }
++
++ while (first <= last)
++ {
++ struct fragment *mid;
++
++ mid = (last - first) / 2 + first;
++ if ((mid->offset + mid->size) <= offset)
++ first = mid + 1;
++ else if (mid->offset > offset)
++ last = mid - 1;
++ else
++ return mid;
++ }
++
++ return NULL;
++}
++
++/* Look through all relocs in a section and determine if any relocs
++ may be affected by relaxation in other sections. If so, allocate
++ an array of additional relocation data which links the affected
++ relocations to the frag(s) where the relaxation may occur.
++
++ This function also links cpool references to cpool entries and
++ increments the refcount of the latter when this happens. */
++
++static bfd_boolean
++allocate_reloc_data(bfd *abfd, asection *sec, Elf_Internal_Rela *relocs,
++ struct bfd_link_info *info)
++{
++ Elf_Internal_Shdr *symtab_hdr;
++ Elf_Internal_Sym *isymbuf = NULL;
++ struct avr32_relax_data *rd;
++ unsigned int i;
++ bfd_boolean ret = FALSE;
++
++ symtab_hdr = &elf_tdata(abfd)->symtab_hdr;
++ rd = avr32_relax_data(sec);
++
++ RDBG("%s<%s>: allocate_reloc_data\n", abfd->filename, sec->name);
++
++ for (i = 0; i < sec->reloc_count; i++)
++ {
++ Elf_Internal_Rela *rel = &relocs[i];
++ asection *sym_sec;
++ unsigned long r_symndx;
++ bfd_vma sym_value;
++
++ if (!rel->r_addend && ELF_R_TYPE(rel->r_info) != R_AVR32_DIFF32
++ && !reloc_is_cpool_ref(rel))
++ continue;
++
++ r_symndx = ELF_R_SYM(rel->r_info);
++
++ if (r_symndx < symtab_hdr->sh_info)
++ {
++ Elf_Internal_Sym *isym;
++
++ if (!isymbuf)
++ isymbuf = retrieve_local_syms(abfd, info->keep_memory);
++ if (!isymbuf)
++ return FALSE;
++
++ isym = &isymbuf[r_symndx];
++ sym_sec = bfd_section_from_elf_index(abfd, isym->st_shndx);
++ sym_value = isym->st_value;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ struct elf_link_hash_entry *h;
++
++ h = elf_sym_hashes(abfd)[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;
++
++ if (h->root.type != bfd_link_hash_defined
++ && h->root.type != bfd_link_hash_defweak)
++ continue;
++
++ sym_sec = h->root.u.def.section;
++ sym_value = h->root.u.def.value;
++ }
++
++ if (sym_sec && avr32_relax_data(sym_sec)->is_relaxable)
++ {
++ bfd_size_type size;
++ struct fragment *frag;
++
++ if (!rd->reloc_data)
++ {
++ size = sizeof(struct avr32_reloc_data) * sec->reloc_count;
++ rd->reloc_data = bfd_zalloc(abfd, size);
++ if (!rd->reloc_data)
++ goto out;
++ }
++
++ RDBG("[%3d] 0x%04lx: target: 0x%lx + 0x%lx",
++ i, rel->r_offset, sym_value, rel->r_addend);
++
++ frag = find_frag(sym_sec, sym_value + rel->r_addend);
++ BFD_ASSERT(frag);
++ rd->reloc_data[i].add_frag = frag;
++
++ RDBG(" -> %s<%s>:%04lx\n", sym_sec->owner->filename, sym_sec->name,
++ frag->rela ? frag->rela->r_offset : sym_sec->size);
++
++ if (reloc_is_cpool_ref(rel))
++ {
++ BFD_ASSERT(ELF_R_TYPE(frag->rela->r_info) == R_AVR32_32_CPENT);
++ frag->refcount++;
++ }
++
++ if (ELF_R_TYPE(rel->r_info) == R_AVR32_DIFF32)
++ {
++ bfd_byte *contents;
++ bfd_signed_vma diff;
++
++ contents = retrieve_contents(abfd, sec, info->keep_memory);
++ if (!contents)
++ goto out;
++
++ diff = bfd_get_signed_32(abfd, contents + rel->r_offset);
++ frag = find_frag(sym_sec, sym_value + rel->r_addend + diff);
++ BFD_ASSERT(frag);
++ rd->reloc_data[i].sub_frag = frag;
++
++ release_contents(sec, contents);
++ }
++ }
++ }
++
++ ret = TRUE;
++
++ out:
++ release_local_syms(abfd, isymbuf);
++ return ret;
++}
++
++static bfd_boolean
++global_sym_set_frag(struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *havr,
++ struct bfd_link_info *info ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ struct fragment *frag;
++ asection *sec;
++
++ if (havr->root.root.type != bfd_link_hash_defined
++ && havr->root.root.type != bfd_link_hash_defweak)
++ return TRUE;
++
++ sec = havr->root.root.u.def.section;
++ if (bfd_is_const_section(sec)
++ || !avr32_relax_data(sec)->is_relaxable)
++ return TRUE;
++
++ frag = find_frag(sec, havr->root.root.u.def.value);
++ if (!frag)
++ {
++ unsigned int i;
++ struct avr32_relax_data *rd = avr32_relax_data(sec);
++
++ RDBG("In %s: No frag for %s <%s+%lu> (limit %lu)\n",
++ sec->owner->filename, havr->root.root.root.string,
++ sec->name, havr->root.root.u.def.value, sec->size);
++ for (i = 0; i < rd->frag_count; i++)
++ RDBG(" %8lu - %8lu\n", rd->frag[i].offset,
++ rd->frag[i].offset + rd->frag[i].size);
++ }
++ BFD_ASSERT(frag);
++
++ havr->sym_frag = frag;
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++static bfd_boolean
++analyze_relocations(struct bfd_link_info *info)
++{
++ bfd *abfd;
++ asection *sec;
++
++ /* Divide all relaxable sections into fragments */
++ for (abfd = info->input_bfds; abfd; abfd = abfd->link_next)
++ {
++ if (!(elf_elfheader(abfd)->e_flags & EF_AVR32_LINKRELAX))
++ {
++ if (!(*info->callbacks->warning)
++ (info, _("input is not relaxable"), NULL, abfd, NULL, 0))
++ return FALSE;
++ continue;
++ }
++
++ for (sec = abfd->sections; sec; sec = sec->next)
++ {
++ struct avr32_relax_data *rd;
++ struct fragment *frag;
++ Elf_Internal_Rela *relocs;
++ unsigned int i;
++ bfd_boolean ret = TRUE;
++
++ if (!(sec->flags & SEC_RELOC) || sec->reloc_count == 0)
++ continue;
++
++ rd = avr32_relax_data(sec);
++
++ relocs = retrieve_internal_relocs(abfd, sec, info->keep_memory);
++ if (!relocs)
++ return FALSE;
++
++ qsort(relocs, sec->reloc_count, sizeof(Elf_Internal_Rela),
++ internal_reloc_compare);
++
++ for (i = 0; i < sec->reloc_count; i++)
++ {
++ enum relax_state_id state;
++
++ ret = FALSE;
++ state = get_initial_relax_state(abfd, sec, info, &relocs[i]);
++ if (state == RS_ERROR)
++ break;
++
++ if (state)
++ {
++ frag = new_frag(abfd, sec, rd, state, &relocs[i]);
++ if (!frag)
++ break;
++
++ pin_internal_relocs(sec, relocs);
++ rd->is_relaxable = TRUE;
++ }
++
++ ret = TRUE;
++ }
++
++ release_internal_relocs(sec, relocs);
++ if (!ret)
++ return ret;
++
++ if (rd->is_relaxable)
++ {
++ frag = new_frag(abfd, sec, rd, RS_NONE, NULL);
++ if (!frag)
++ return FALSE;
++ }
++ }
++ }
++
++ /* Link each global symbol to the fragment where it's defined. */
++ elf_link_hash_traverse(elf_hash_table(info), global_sym_set_frag, info);
++
++ /* Do the same for local symbols. */
++ for (abfd = info->input_bfds; abfd; abfd = abfd->link_next)
++ {
++ Elf_Internal_Sym *isymbuf, *isym;
++ struct fragment **local_sym_frag;
++ unsigned int i, sym_count;
++
++ sym_count = elf_tdata(abfd)->symtab_hdr.sh_info;
++ if (sym_count == 0)
++ continue;
++
++ local_sym_frag = bfd_zalloc(abfd, sym_count * sizeof(struct fragment *));
++ if (!local_sym_frag)
++ return FALSE;
++ elf_tdata(abfd)->local_sym_frag = local_sym_frag;
++
++ isymbuf = retrieve_local_syms(abfd, info->keep_memory);
++ if (!isymbuf)
++ return FALSE;
++
++ for (i = 0; i < sym_count; i++)
++ {
++ struct avr32_relax_data *rd;
++ struct fragment *frag;
++ asection *sec;
++
++ isym = &isymbuf[i];
++
++ sec = bfd_section_from_elf_index(abfd, isym->st_shndx);
++ if (!sec)
++ continue;
++
++ rd = avr32_relax_data(sec);
++ if (!rd->is_relaxable)
++ continue;
++
++ frag = find_frag(sec, isym->st_value);
++ BFD_ASSERT(frag);
++
++ local_sym_frag[i] = frag;
++ }
++
++ release_local_syms(abfd, isymbuf);
++ }
++
++ /* And again for relocs with addends and constant pool references */
++ for (abfd = info->input_bfds; abfd; abfd = abfd->link_next)
++ for (sec = abfd->sections; sec; sec = sec->next)
++ {
++ Elf_Internal_Rela *relocs;
++ bfd_boolean ret;
++
++ if (!(sec->flags & SEC_RELOC) || sec->reloc_count == 0)
++ continue;
++
++ relocs = retrieve_internal_relocs(abfd, sec, info->keep_memory);
++ if (!relocs)
++ return FALSE;
++
++ ret = allocate_reloc_data(abfd, sec, relocs, info);
++
++ release_internal_relocs(sec, relocs);
++ if (ret == FALSE)
++ return ret;
++ }
++
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++static bfd_boolean
++rs_is_good_enough(const struct relax_state *rs, struct fragment *frag,
++ bfd_vma symval, bfd_vma addr, struct got_entry *got,
++ struct avr32_reloc_data *ind_data,
++ bfd_signed_vma offset_adjust)
++{
++ bfd_signed_vma target = 0;
++
++ switch (rs->reftype)
++ {
++ case REF_ABSOLUTE:
++ target = symval;
++ break;
++ case REF_PCREL:
++ target = symval - addr;
++ break;
++ case REF_CPOOL:
++ /* cpool frags are always in the same section and always after
++ all frags referring to it. So it's always correct to add in
++ offset_adjust here. */
++ target = (ind_data->add_frag->offset + ind_data->add_frag->offset_adjust
++ + offset_adjust - frag->offset - frag->offset_adjust);
++ break;
++ case REF_GOT:
++ target = got->offset;
++ break;
++ default:
++ abort();
++ }
++
++ if (target >= rs->range_min && target <= rs->range_max)
++ return TRUE;
++ else
++ return FALSE;
++}
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_size_frags(bfd *abfd, asection *sec, struct bfd_link_info *info)
++{
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab;
++ struct avr32_relax_data *rd;
++ Elf_Internal_Shdr *symtab_hdr;
++ Elf_Internal_Rela *relocs = NULL;
++ Elf_Internal_Sym *isymbuf = NULL;
++ struct got_entry **local_got_ents;
++ struct fragment **local_sym_frag;
++ bfd_boolean ret = FALSE;
++ bfd_signed_vma delta = 0;
++ unsigned int i;
++
++ htab = avr32_elf_hash_table(info);
++ rd = avr32_relax_data(sec);
++
++ if (sec == htab->sgot)
++ {
++ RDBG("Relaxing GOT section (vma: 0x%lx)\n",
++ sec->output_section->vma + sec->output_offset);
++ if (assign_got_offsets(htab))
++ htab->repeat_pass = TRUE;
++ return TRUE;
++ }
++
++ if (!rd->is_relaxable)
++ return TRUE;
++
++ if (!sec->rawsize)
++ sec->rawsize = sec->size;
++
++ symtab_hdr = &elf_tdata(abfd)->symtab_hdr;
++ relocs = retrieve_internal_relocs(abfd, sec, info->keep_memory);
++ if (!relocs)
++ goto out;
++
++ isymbuf = retrieve_local_syms(abfd, info->keep_memory);
++ if (!isymbuf)
++ goto out;
++
++ local_got_ents = elf_local_got_ents(abfd);
++ local_sym_frag = elf_tdata(abfd)->local_sym_frag;
++
++ RDBG("size_frags: %s<%s>\n vma: 0x%08lx, size: 0x%08lx\n",
++ abfd->filename, sec->name,
++ sec->output_section->vma + sec->output_offset, sec->size);
++
++ for (i = 0; i < rd->frag_count; i++)
++ {
++ struct fragment *frag = &rd->frag[i];
++ struct avr32_reloc_data *r_data = NULL, *ind_data = NULL;
++ const struct relax_state *state, *next_state;
++ struct fragment *target_frag = NULL;
++ asection *sym_sec = NULL;
++ Elf_Internal_Rela *rela;
++ struct got_entry *got;
++ bfd_vma symval, r_offset, addend, addr;
++ bfd_signed_vma size_adjust = 0, distance;
++ unsigned long r_symndx;
++ bfd_boolean defined = TRUE, dynamic = FALSE;
++ unsigned char sym_type;
++
++ frag->offset_adjust += delta;
++ state = next_state = &relax_state[frag->state];
++ rela = frag->rela;
++
++ BFD_ASSERT(state->id == frag->state);
++
++ RDBG(" 0x%04lx%c%d: %s [size %ld]", rela ? rela->r_offset : sec->rawsize,
++ (frag->offset_adjust < 0)?'-':'+',
++ abs(frag->offset_adjust), state->name, state->size);
++
++ if (!rela)
++ {
++ RDBG(": no reloc, ignoring\n");
++ continue;
++ }
++
++ BFD_ASSERT((unsigned int)(rela - relocs) < sec->reloc_count);
++ BFD_ASSERT(state != RS_NONE);
++
++ r_offset = rela->r_offset + frag->offset_adjust;
++ addr = sec->output_section->vma + sec->output_offset + r_offset;
++
++ switch (frag->state)
++ {
++ case RS_ALIGN:
++ size_adjust = ((addr + (1 << rela->r_addend) - 1)
++ & ~((1 << rela->r_addend) - 1));
++ size_adjust -= (sec->output_section->vma + sec->output_offset
++ + frag->offset + frag->offset_adjust
++ + frag->size + frag->size_adjust);
++
++ RDBG(": adjusting size %lu -> %lu\n", frag->size + frag->size_adjust,
++ frag->size + frag->size_adjust + size_adjust);
++ break;
++
++ case RS_CPENT:
++ if (frag->refcount == 0 && frag->size_adjust == 0)
++ {
++ RDBG(": discarding frag\n");
++ size_adjust = -4;
++ }
++ else if (frag->refcount > 0 && frag->size_adjust < 0)
++ {
++ RDBG(": un-discarding frag\n");
++ size_adjust = 4;
++ }
++ break;
++
++ default:
++ if (rd->reloc_data)
++ r_data = &rd->reloc_data[frag->rela - relocs];
++
++ /* If this is a cpool reference, we want the symbol that the
++ cpool entry refers to, not the symbol for the cpool entry
++ itself, as we already know what frag it's in. */
++ if (relax_state[frag->initial_state].reftype == REF_CPOOL)
++ {
++ Elf_Internal_Rela *irela = r_data->add_frag->rela;
++
++ r_symndx = ELF_R_SYM(irela->r_info);
++ addend = irela->r_addend;
++
++ /* The constant pool must be in the same section as the
++ reloc referring to it. */
++ BFD_ASSERT((unsigned long)(irela - relocs) < sec->reloc_count);
++
++ ind_data = r_data;
++ r_data = &rd->reloc_data[irela - relocs];
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ r_symndx = ELF_R_SYM(rela->r_info);
++ addend = rela->r_addend;
++ }
++
++ /* Get the value of the symbol referred to by the reloc. */
++ if (r_symndx < symtab_hdr->sh_info)
++ {
++ Elf_Internal_Sym *isym;
++
++ isym = isymbuf + r_symndx;
++ symval = 0;
++
++ RDBG(" local sym %lu: ", r_symndx);
++
++ if (isym->st_shndx == SHN_UNDEF)
++ defined = FALSE;
++ 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_type = ELF_ST_TYPE(isym->st_info);
++ target_frag = local_sym_frag[r_symndx];
++
++ if (local_got_ents)
++ got = local_got_ents[r_symndx];
++ else
++ got = NULL;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ /* Global symbol */
++ unsigned long index;
++ struct elf_link_hash_entry *h;
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *havr;
++
++ index = r_symndx - symtab_hdr->sh_info;
++ h = elf_sym_hashes(abfd)[index];
++ BFD_ASSERT(h != NULL);
++
++ 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;
++
++ havr = (struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *)h;
++ got = h->got.glist;
++
++ symval = 0;
++
++ RDBG(" %s: ", h->root.root.string);
++
++ if (h->root.type != bfd_link_hash_defined
++ && h->root.type != bfd_link_hash_defweak)
++ {
++ RDBG("(undef)");
++ defined = FALSE;
++ }
++ else if ((info->shared && !info->symbolic && h->dynindx != -1)
++ || (htab->root.dynamic_sections_created
++ && h->def_dynamic && !h->def_regular))
++ {
++ RDBG("(dynamic)");
++ dynamic = TRUE;
++ sym_sec = h->root.u.def.section;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ sym_sec = h->root.u.def.section;
++ symval = h->root.u.def.value;
++ target_frag = havr->sym_frag;
++ }
++
++ sym_type = h->type;
++ }
++
++ /* Thanks to elf32-ppc for this one. */
++ if (sym_sec && sym_sec->sec_info_type == ELF_INFO_TYPE_MERGE)
++ {
++ /* At this stage in linking, no SEC_MERGE symbol has been
++ adjusted, so all references to such symbols need to be
++ passed through _bfd_merged_section_offset. (Later, in
++ relocate_section, all SEC_MERGE symbols *except* for
++ section symbols have been adjusted.)
++
++ SEC_MERGE sections are not relaxed by us, as they
++ shouldn't contain any code. */
++
++ BFD_ASSERT(!target_frag && !(r_data && r_data->add_frag));
++
++ /* gas may reduce relocations against symbols in SEC_MERGE
++ sections to a relocation against the section symbol when
++ the original addend was zero. When the reloc is against
++ a section symbol we should include the addend in the
++ offset passed to _bfd_merged_section_offset, since the
++ location of interest is the original symbol. On the
++ other hand, an access to "sym+addend" where "sym" is not
++ a section symbol should not include the addend; Such an
++ access is presumed to be an offset from "sym"; The
++ location of interest is just "sym". */
++ RDBG("\n MERGE: %s: 0x%lx+0x%lx+0x%lx -> ",
++ (sym_type == STT_SECTION)?"section":"not section",
++ sym_sec->output_section->vma + sym_sec->output_offset,
++ symval, addend);
++
++ if (sym_type == STT_SECTION)
++ symval += addend;
++
++ symval = (_bfd_merged_section_offset
++ (abfd, &sym_sec,
++ elf_section_data(sym_sec)->sec_info, symval));
++
++ if (sym_type != STT_SECTION)
++ symval += addend;
++ }
++ else
++ symval += addend;
++
++ if (defined && !dynamic)
++ {
++ RDBG("0x%lx+0x%lx",
++ sym_sec->output_section->vma + sym_sec->output_offset,
++ symval);
++ symval += sym_sec->output_section->vma + sym_sec->output_offset;
++ }
++
++ if (r_data && r_data->add_frag)
++ /* If the add_frag pointer is set, it means that this reloc
++ has an addend that may be affected by relaxation. */
++ target_frag = r_data->add_frag;
++
++ if (target_frag)
++ {
++ symval += target_frag->offset_adjust;
++
++ /* If target_frag comes after this frag in the same
++ section, we should assume that it will be moved by
++ the same amount we are. */
++ if ((target_frag - rd->frag) < (int)rd->frag_count
++ && target_frag > frag)
++ symval += delta;
++ }
++
++ distance = symval - addr;
++
++ /* First, try to make a direct reference. If the symbol is
++ dynamic or undefined, we must take care not to change its
++ reference type, that is, we can't make it direct.
++
++ Also, it seems like some sections may actually be resized
++ after the relaxation code is done, so we can't really
++ trust that our "distance" is correct. There's really no
++ easy solution to this problem, so we'll just disallow
++ direct references to SEC_DATA sections.
++
++ Oh, and .bss isn't actually SEC_DATA, so we disallow
++ !SEC_HAS_CONTENTS as well. */
++ if (!dynamic && defined
++ && (htab->direct_data_refs
++ || (!(sym_sec->flags & SEC_DATA)
++ && (sym_sec->flags & SEC_HAS_CONTENTS)))
++ && next_state->direct)
++ {
++ next_state = &relax_state[next_state->direct];
++ RDBG(" D-> %s", next_state->name);
++ }
++
++ /* Iterate backwards until we find a state that fits. */
++ while (next_state->prev
++ && !rs_is_good_enough(next_state, frag, symval, addr,
++ got, ind_data, delta))
++ {
++ next_state = &relax_state[next_state->prev];
++ RDBG(" P-> %s", next_state->name);
++ }
++
++ /* Then try to find the best possible state. */
++ while (next_state->next)
++ {
++ const struct relax_state *candidate;
++
++ candidate = &relax_state[next_state->next];
++ if (!rs_is_good_enough(candidate, frag, symval, addr, got,
++ ind_data, delta))
++ break;
++
++ next_state = candidate;
++ RDBG(" N-> %s", next_state->name);
++ }
++
++ RDBG(" [size %ld]\n", next_state->size);
++
++ BFD_ASSERT(next_state->id);
++ BFD_ASSERT(!dynamic || next_state->reftype == REF_GOT);
++
++ size_adjust = next_state->size - state->size;
++
++ /* There's a theoretical possibility that shrinking one frag
++ may cause another to grow, which may cause the first one to
++ grow as well, and we're back where we started. Avoid this
++ scenario by disallowing a frag that has grown to ever
++ shrink again. */
++ if (state->reftype == REF_GOT && next_state->reftype != REF_GOT)
++ {
++ if (frag->has_grown)
++ next_state = state;
++ else
++ unref_got_entry(htab, got);
++ }
++ else if (state->reftype != REF_GOT && next_state->reftype == REF_GOT)
++ {
++ ref_got_entry(htab, got);
++ frag->has_grown = TRUE;
++ }
++ else if (state->reftype == REF_CPOOL
++ && next_state->reftype != REF_CPOOL)
++ {
++ if (frag->has_grown)
++ next_state = state;
++ else
++ ind_data->add_frag->refcount--;
++ }
++ else if (state->reftype != REF_CPOOL
++ && next_state->reftype == REF_CPOOL)
++ {
++ ind_data->add_frag->refcount++;
++ frag->has_grown = TRUE;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ if (frag->has_grown && size_adjust < 0)
++ next_state = state;
++ else if (size_adjust > 0)
++ frag->has_grown = TRUE;
++ }
++
++ size_adjust = next_state->size - state->size;
++ frag->state = next_state->id;
++
++ break;
++ }
++
++ if (size_adjust)
++ htab->repeat_pass = TRUE;
++
++ frag->size_adjust += size_adjust;
++ sec->size += size_adjust;
++ delta += size_adjust;
++
++ BFD_ASSERT((frag->offset + frag->offset_adjust
++ + frag->size + frag->size_adjust)
++ == (frag[1].offset + frag[1].offset_adjust + delta));
++ }
++
++ ret = TRUE;
++
++ out:
++ release_local_syms(abfd, isymbuf);
++ release_internal_relocs(sec, relocs);
++ return ret;
++}
++
++static bfd_boolean
++adjust_global_symbol(struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *havr,
++ struct bfd_link_info *info ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ struct elf_link_hash_entry *h = &havr->root;
++
++ if (havr->sym_frag && (h->root.type == bfd_link_hash_defined
++ || h->root.type == bfd_link_hash_defweak))
++ {
++ RDBG("adjust_global_symbol: %s 0x%08lx -> 0x%08lx\n",
++ h->root.root.string, h->root.u.def.value,
++ h->root.u.def.value + havr->sym_frag->offset_adjust);
++ h->root.u.def.value += havr->sym_frag->offset_adjust;
++ }
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++static bfd_boolean
++adjust_syms(struct bfd_link_info *info)
++{
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab;
++ bfd *abfd;
++
++ htab = avr32_elf_hash_table(info);
++ elf_link_hash_traverse(&htab->root, adjust_global_symbol, info);
++
++ for (abfd = info->input_bfds; abfd; abfd = abfd->link_next)
++ {
++ Elf_Internal_Sym *isymbuf;
++ struct fragment **local_sym_frag, *frag;
++ unsigned int i, sym_count;
++
++ sym_count = elf_tdata(abfd)->symtab_hdr.sh_info;
++ if (sym_count == 0)
++ continue;
++
++ isymbuf = retrieve_local_syms(abfd, info->keep_memory);
++ if (!isymbuf)
++ return FALSE;
++
++ local_sym_frag = elf_tdata(abfd)->local_sym_frag;
++
++ for (i = 0; i < sym_count; i++)
++ {
++ frag = local_sym_frag[i];
++ if (frag)
++ {
++ RDBG("adjust_local_symbol: %s[%u] 0x%08lx -> 0x%08lx\n",
++ abfd->filename, i, isymbuf[i].st_value,
++ isymbuf[i].st_value + frag->offset_adjust);
++ isymbuf[i].st_value += frag->offset_adjust;
++ }
++ }
++
++ release_local_syms(abfd, isymbuf);
++ }
++
++ htab->symbols_adjusted = TRUE;
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++static bfd_boolean
++adjust_relocs(bfd *abfd, asection *sec, struct bfd_link_info *info)
++{
++ struct avr32_relax_data *rd;
++ Elf_Internal_Rela *relocs;
++ Elf_Internal_Shdr *symtab_hdr;
++ unsigned int i;
++ bfd_boolean ret = FALSE;
++
++ rd = avr32_relax_data(sec);
++ if (!rd->reloc_data)
++ return TRUE;
++
++ RDBG("adjust_relocs: %s<%s> (count: %u)\n", abfd->filename, sec->name,
++ sec->reloc_count);
++
++ relocs = retrieve_internal_relocs(abfd, sec, info->keep_memory);
++ if (!relocs)
++ return FALSE;
++
++ symtab_hdr = &elf_tdata(abfd)->symtab_hdr;
++
++ for (i = 0; i < sec->reloc_count; i++)
++ {
++ Elf_Internal_Rela *rela = &relocs[i];
++ struct avr32_reloc_data *r_data = &rd->reloc_data[i];
++ struct fragment *sym_frag;
++ unsigned long r_symndx;
++
++ if (r_data->add_frag)
++ {
++ r_symndx = ELF_R_SYM(rela->r_info);
++
++ if (r_symndx < symtab_hdr->sh_info)
++ sym_frag = elf_tdata(abfd)->local_sym_frag[r_symndx];
++ else
++ {
++ struct elf_link_hash_entry *h;
++
++ h = elf_sym_hashes(abfd)[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;
++
++ BFD_ASSERT(h->root.type == bfd_link_hash_defined
++ || h->root.type == bfd_link_hash_defweak);
++
++ sym_frag = ((struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *)h)->sym_frag;
++ }
++
++ RDBG(" addend: 0x%08lx -> 0x%08lx\n",
++ rela->r_addend,
++ rela->r_addend + r_data->add_frag->offset_adjust
++ - (sym_frag ? sym_frag->offset_adjust : 0));
++
++ /* If this is against a section symbol, we won't find any
++ sym_frag, so we'll just adjust the addend. */
++ rela->r_addend += r_data->add_frag->offset_adjust;
++ if (sym_frag)
++ rela->r_addend -= sym_frag->offset_adjust;
++
++ if (r_data->sub_frag)
++ {
++ bfd_byte *contents;
++ bfd_signed_vma diff;
++
++ contents = retrieve_contents(abfd, sec, info->keep_memory);
++ if (!contents)
++ goto out;
++
++ /* I realize now that sub_frag is misnamed. It's
++ actually add_frag which is subtracted in this
++ case... */
++ diff = bfd_get_signed_32(abfd, contents + rela->r_offset);
++ diff += (r_data->sub_frag->offset_adjust
++ - r_data->add_frag->offset_adjust);
++ bfd_put_32(abfd, diff, contents + rela->r_offset);
++
++ RDBG(" 0x%lx: DIFF32 updated: 0x%lx\n", rela->r_offset, diff);
++
++ release_contents(sec, contents);
++ }
++ }
++ else
++ BFD_ASSERT(!r_data->sub_frag);
++ }
++
++ ret = TRUE;
++
++ out:
++ release_internal_relocs(sec, relocs);
++ return ret;
++}
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_move_data(bfd *abfd, asection *sec, struct bfd_link_info *info)
++{
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab;
++ struct avr32_relax_data *rd;
++ struct fragment *frag, *fragend;
++ Elf_Internal_Rela *relocs = NULL;
++ bfd_byte *contents = NULL;
++ unsigned int i;
++ bfd_boolean ret = FALSE;
++
++ htab = avr32_elf_hash_table(info);
++ rd = avr32_relax_data(sec);
++
++ if (!htab->symbols_adjusted)
++ if (!adjust_syms(info))
++ return FALSE;
++
++ if (rd->is_relaxable)
++ {
++ /* Resize the section first, so that we can be sure that enough
++ memory is allocated in case the section has grown. */
++ if (sec->size > sec->rawsize
++ && elf_section_data(sec)->this_hdr.contents)
++ {
++ /* We must not use cached data if the section has grown. */
++ free(elf_section_data(sec)->this_hdr.contents);
++ elf_section_data(sec)->this_hdr.contents = NULL;
++ }
++
++ relocs = retrieve_internal_relocs(abfd, sec, info->keep_memory);
++ if (!relocs)
++ goto out;
++ contents = retrieve_contents(abfd, sec, info->keep_memory);
++ if (!contents)
++ goto out;
++
++ fragend = rd->frag + rd->frag_count;
++
++ RDBG("move_data: %s<%s>: relocs=%p, contents=%p\n",
++ abfd->filename, sec->name, relocs, contents);
++
++ /* First, move the data into place. We must take care to move
++ frags in the right order so that we don't accidentally
++ overwrite parts of the next frag. */
++ for (frag = rd->frag; frag < fragend; frag++)
++ {
++ RDBG(" 0x%08lx%c0x%x: size 0x%lx%c0x%x\n",
++ frag->offset, frag->offset_adjust >= 0 ? '+' : '-',
++ abs(frag->offset_adjust),
++ frag->size, frag->size_adjust >= 0 ? '+' : '-',
++ abs(frag->size_adjust));
++ if (frag->offset_adjust > 0)
++ {
++ struct fragment *prev = frag - 1;
++ struct fragment *last;
++
++ for (last = frag; last < fragend && last->offset_adjust > 0;
++ last++) ;
++
++ if (last == fragend)
++ last--;
++
++ for (frag = last; frag != prev; frag--)
++ {
++ if (frag->offset_adjust
++ && frag->size + frag->size_adjust > 0)
++ {
++ RDBG("memmove 0x%lx -> 0x%lx (size %lu)\n",
++ frag->offset, frag->offset + frag->offset_adjust,
++ frag->size + frag->size_adjust);
++ memmove(contents + frag->offset + frag->offset_adjust,
++ contents + frag->offset,
++ frag->size + frag->size_adjust);
++ }
++ }
++ frag = last;
++ }
++ else if (frag->offset_adjust && frag->size + frag->size_adjust > 0)
++ {
++ RDBG("memmove 0x%lx -> 0x%lx (size %lu)\n",
++ frag->offset, frag->offset + frag->offset_adjust,
++ frag->size + frag->size_adjust);
++ memmove(contents + frag->offset + frag->offset_adjust,
++ contents + frag->offset,
++ frag->size + frag->size_adjust);
++ }
++ }
++
++ i = 0;
++
++ for (frag = rd->frag; frag < fragend; frag++)
++ {
++ const struct relax_state *state, *istate;
++ struct avr32_reloc_data *r_data = NULL;
++
++ istate = &relax_state[frag->initial_state];
++ state = &relax_state[frag->state];
++
++ if (rd->reloc_data)
++ r_data = &rd->reloc_data[frag->rela - relocs];
++
++ BFD_ASSERT((long)(frag->size + frag->size_adjust) >= 0);
++ BFD_ASSERT(state->reftype != REF_CPOOL
++ || r_data->add_frag->refcount > 0);
++
++ if (istate->reftype == REF_CPOOL && state->reftype != REF_CPOOL)
++ {
++ struct fragment *ifrag;
++
++ /* An indirect reference through the cpool has been
++ converted to a direct reference. We must update the
++ reloc to point to the symbol itself instead of the
++ constant pool entry. The reloc type will be updated
++ later. */
++ ifrag = r_data->add_frag;
++ frag->rela->r_info = ifrag->rela->r_info;
++ frag->rela->r_addend = ifrag->rela->r_addend;
++
++ /* Copy the reloc data so the addend will be adjusted
++ correctly later. */
++ *r_data = rd->reloc_data[ifrag->rela - relocs];
++ }
++
++ /* Move all relocs covered by this frag. */
++ if (frag->rela)
++ BFD_ASSERT(&relocs[i] <= frag->rela);
++ else
++ BFD_ASSERT((frag + 1) == fragend && frag->state == RS_NONE);
++
++ if (frag == rd->frag)
++ BFD_ASSERT(i == 0);
++ else
++ BFD_ASSERT(&relocs[i] > frag[-1].rela);
++
++ /* If non-null, frag->rela is the last relocation in the
++ fragment. frag->rela can only be null in the last
++ fragment, so in that case, we'll just do the rest. */
++ for (; (i < sec->reloc_count
++ && (!frag->rela || &relocs[i] <= frag->rela)); i++)
++ {
++ RDBG("[%4u] r_offset 0x%08lx -> 0x%08lx\n", i, relocs[i].r_offset,
++ relocs[i].r_offset + frag->offset_adjust);
++ relocs[i].r_offset += frag->offset_adjust;
++ }
++
++ if (frag->refcount == 0)
++ {
++ /* If this frag is to be discarded, make sure we won't
++ relocate it later on. */
++ BFD_ASSERT(frag->state == RS_CPENT);
++ frag->rela->r_info = ELF_R_INFO(ELF_R_SYM(frag->rela->r_info),
++ R_AVR32_NONE);
++ }
++ else if (frag->state == RS_ALIGN)
++ {
++ bfd_vma addr, addr_end;
++
++ addr = frag->rela->r_offset;
++ addr_end = (frag->offset + frag->offset_adjust
++ + frag->size + frag->size_adjust);
++
++ /* If the section is executable, insert NOPs.
++ Otherwise, insert zeroes. */
++ if (sec->flags & SEC_CODE)
++ {
++ if (addr & 1)
++ {
++ bfd_put_8(abfd, 0, contents + addr);
++ addr++;
++ }
++
++ BFD_ASSERT(!((addr_end - addr) & 1));
++
++ while (addr < addr_end)
++ {
++ bfd_put_16(abfd, NOP_OPCODE, contents + addr);
++ addr += 2;
++ }
++ }
++ else
++ memset(contents + addr, 0, addr_end - addr);
++ }
++ else if (state->opcode_mask)
++ {
++ bfd_vma insn;
++
++ /* Update the opcode and the relocation type unless it's a
++ "special" relax state (i.e. RS_NONE, RS_ALIGN or
++ RS_CPENT.), in which case the opcode mask is zero. */
++ insn = bfd_get_32(abfd, contents + frag->rela->r_offset);
++ insn &= ~state->opcode_mask;
++ insn |= state->opcode;
++ RDBG(" 0x%lx: inserting insn %08lx\n",
++ frag->rela->r_offset, insn);
++ bfd_put_32(abfd, insn, contents + frag->rela->r_offset);
++
++ frag->rela->r_info = ELF_R_INFO(ELF_R_SYM(frag->rela->r_info),
++ state->r_type);
++ }
++
++ if ((frag + 1) == fragend)
++ BFD_ASSERT((frag->offset + frag->size + frag->offset_adjust
++ + frag->size_adjust) == sec->size);
++ else
++ BFD_ASSERT((frag->offset + frag->size + frag->offset_adjust
++ + frag->size_adjust)
++ == (frag[1].offset + frag[1].offset_adjust));
++ }
++ }
++
++ /* Adjust reloc addends and DIFF32 differences */
++ if (!adjust_relocs(abfd, sec, info))
++ return FALSE;
++
++ ret = TRUE;
++
++ out:
++ release_contents(sec, contents);
++ release_internal_relocs(sec, relocs);
++ return ret;
++}
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_relax_section(bfd *abfd, asection *sec,
++ struct bfd_link_info *info, bfd_boolean *again)
++{
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab;
++ struct avr32_relax_data *rd;
++
++ *again = FALSE;
++ if (info->relocatable)
++ return TRUE;
++
++ htab = avr32_elf_hash_table(info);
++ if ((!(sec->flags & SEC_RELOC) || sec->reloc_count == 0)
++ && sec != htab->sgot)
++ return TRUE;
++
++ if (!htab->relocations_analyzed)
++ {
++ if (!analyze_relocations(info))
++ return FALSE;
++ htab->relocations_analyzed = TRUE;
++ }
++
++ rd = avr32_relax_data(sec);
++
++ if (rd->iteration != htab->relax_iteration)
++ {
++ if (!htab->repeat_pass)
++ htab->relax_pass++;
++ htab->relax_iteration++;
++ htab->repeat_pass = FALSE;
++ }
++
++ rd->iteration++;
++
++ switch (htab->relax_pass)
++ {
++ case RELAX_PASS_SIZE_FRAGS:
++ if (!avr32_size_frags(abfd, sec, info))
++ return FALSE;
++ *again = TRUE;
++ break;
++ case RELAX_PASS_MOVE_DATA:
++ if (!avr32_move_data(abfd, sec, info))
++ return FALSE;
++ break;
++ }
++
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++
++/* Relocation */
++
++static bfd_reloc_status_type
++avr32_check_reloc_value(asection *sec, Elf_Internal_Rela *rela,
++ bfd_signed_vma relocation, reloc_howto_type *howto);
++static bfd_reloc_status_type
++avr32_final_link_relocate(reloc_howto_type *howto, bfd *input_bfd,
++ asection *input_section, bfd_byte *contents,
++ Elf_Internal_Rela *rel, bfd_vma value);
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_relocate_section(bfd *output_bfd, 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);
++
++
++#define symbol_address(symbol) \
++ symbol->value + symbol->section->output_section->vma \
++ + symbol->section->output_offset
++
++#define avr32_elf_insert_field(size, field, abfd, reloc_entry, data) \
++ do \
++ { \
++ unsigned long x; \
++ x = bfd_get_##size (abfd, data + reloc_entry->address); \
++ x &= ~reloc_entry->howto->dst_mask; \
++ x |= field & reloc_entry->howto->dst_mask; \
++ bfd_put_##size (abfd, (bfd_vma) x, data + reloc_entry->address); \
++ } \
++ while(0)
++
++static bfd_reloc_status_type
++avr32_check_reloc_value(asection *sec ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ Elf_Internal_Rela *rela ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ bfd_signed_vma relocation,
++ reloc_howto_type *howto)
++{
++ bfd_vma reloc_u;
++
++ /* We take "complain_overflow_dont" to mean "don't complain on
++ alignment either". This way, we don't have to special-case
++ R_AVR32_HI16 */
++ if (howto->complain_on_overflow == complain_overflow_dont)
++ return bfd_reloc_ok;
++
++ /* Check if the value is correctly aligned */
++ if (relocation & ((1 << howto->rightshift) - 1))
++ {
++ RDBG("misaligned: %s<%s+%lx>: %s: 0x%lx (align %u)\n",
++ sec->owner->filename, sec->name, rela->r_offset,
++ howto->name, relocation, howto->rightshift);
++ return bfd_reloc_overflow;
++ }
++
++ /* Now, get rid of the unnecessary bits */
++ relocation >>= howto->rightshift;
++ reloc_u = (bfd_vma)relocation;
++
++ switch (howto->complain_on_overflow)
++ {
++ case complain_overflow_unsigned:
++ case complain_overflow_bitfield:
++ if (reloc_u > (unsigned long)((1 << howto->bitsize) - 1))
++ {
++ RDBG("unsigned overflow: %s<%s+%lx>: %s: 0x%lx (size %u)\n",
++ sec->owner->filename, sec->name, rela->r_offset,
++ howto->name, reloc_u, howto->bitsize);
++ RDBG("reloc vma: 0x%lx\n",
++ sec->output_section->vma + sec->output_offset + rela->r_offset);
++
++ return bfd_reloc_overflow;
++ }
++ break;
++ case complain_overflow_signed:
++ if (relocation > (1 << (howto->bitsize - 1)) - 1)
++ {
++ RDBG("signed overflow: %s<%s+%lx>: %s: 0x%lx (size %u)\n",
++ sec->owner->filename, sec->name, rela->r_offset,
++ howto->name, reloc_u, howto->bitsize);
++ RDBG("reloc vma: 0x%lx\n",
++ sec->output_section->vma + sec->output_offset + rela->r_offset);
++
++ return bfd_reloc_overflow;
++ }
++ if (relocation < -(1 << (howto->bitsize - 1)))
++ {
++ RDBG("signed overflow: %s<%s+%lx>: %s: -0x%lx (size %u)\n",
++ sec->owner->filename, sec->name, rela->r_offset,
++ howto->name, -relocation, howto->bitsize);
++ RDBG("reloc vma: 0x%lx\n",
++ sec->output_section->vma + sec->output_offset + rela->r_offset);
++
++ return bfd_reloc_overflow;
++ }
++ break;
++ default:
++ abort();
++ }
++
++ return bfd_reloc_ok;
++}
++
++
++static bfd_reloc_status_type
++avr32_final_link_relocate(reloc_howto_type *howto,
++ bfd *input_bfd,
++ asection *input_section,
++ bfd_byte *contents,
++ Elf_Internal_Rela *rel,
++ bfd_vma value)
++{
++ bfd_vma field;
++ bfd_vma relocation;
++ bfd_reloc_status_type status;
++ bfd_byte *p = contents + rel->r_offset;
++ unsigned long x;
++
++ pr_debug(" (6b) final link relocate\n");
++
++ /* Sanity check the address */
++ if (rel->r_offset > input_section->size)
++ {
++ (*_bfd_error_handler)
++ ("%B: %A+0x%lx: offset out of range (section size: 0x%lx)",
++ input_bfd, input_section, rel->r_offset, input_section->size);
++ return bfd_reloc_outofrange;
++ }
++
++ relocation = value + rel->r_addend;
++
++ if (howto->pc_relative)
++ {
++ bfd_vma addr;
++
++ addr = input_section->output_section->vma
++ + input_section->output_offset + rel->r_offset;
++ addr &= ~0UL << howto->rightshift;
++ relocation -= addr;
++ }
++
++ switch (ELF32_R_TYPE(rel->r_info))
++ {
++ case R_AVR32_16N_PCREL:
++ /* sub reg, pc, . - (sym + addend) */
++ relocation = -relocation;
++ break;
++ }
++
++ status = avr32_check_reloc_value(input_section, rel, relocation, howto);
++
++ relocation >>= howto->rightshift;
++ if (howto->bitsize == 21)
++ field = (relocation & 0xffff)
++ | ((relocation & 0x10000) << 4)
++ | ((relocation & 0x1e0000) << 8);
++ else if (howto->bitsize == 12)
++ field = (relocation & 0xff) | ((relocation & 0xf00) << 4);
++ else if (howto->bitsize == 10)
++ field = ((relocation & 0xff) << 4)
++ | ((relocation & 0x300) >> 8);
++ else
++ field = relocation << howto->bitpos;
++
++ switch (howto->size)
++ {
++ case 0:
++ x = bfd_get_8 (input_bfd, p);
++ x &= ~howto->dst_mask;
++ x |= field & howto->dst_mask;
++ bfd_put_8 (input_bfd, (bfd_vma) x, p);
++ break;
++ case 1:
++ x = bfd_get_16 (input_bfd, p);
++ x &= ~howto->dst_mask;
++ x |= field & howto->dst_mask;
++ bfd_put_16 (input_bfd, (bfd_vma) x, p);
++ break;
++ case 2:
++ x = bfd_get_32 (input_bfd, p);
++ x &= ~howto->dst_mask;
++ x |= field & howto->dst_mask;
++ bfd_put_32 (input_bfd, (bfd_vma) x, p);
++ break;
++ default:
++ abort();
++ }
++
++ return status;
++}
++
++/* (6) Apply relocations to the normal (non-dynamic) sections */
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_relocate_section(bfd *output_bfd, 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)
++{
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab;
++ Elf_Internal_Shdr *symtab_hdr;
++ Elf_Internal_Rela *rel, *relend;
++ struct elf_link_hash_entry **sym_hashes;
++ struct got_entry **local_got_ents;
++ asection *sgot;
++ asection *srelgot;
++
++ pr_debug("(6) relocate section %s:<%s> (size 0x%lx)\n",
++ input_bfd->filename, input_section->name, input_section->size);
++
++ /* If we're doing a partial link, we don't have to do anything since
++ we're using RELA relocations */
++ if (info->relocatable)
++ return TRUE;
++
++ htab = avr32_elf_hash_table(info);
++ symtab_hdr = &elf_tdata(input_bfd)->symtab_hdr;
++ sym_hashes = elf_sym_hashes(input_bfd);
++ local_got_ents = elf_local_got_ents(input_bfd);
++ sgot = htab->sgot;
++ srelgot = htab->srelgot;
++
++ relend = relocs + input_section->reloc_count;
++ for (rel = relocs; rel < relend; rel++)
++ {
++ unsigned long r_type, r_symndx;
++ reloc_howto_type *howto;
++ Elf_Internal_Sym *sym = NULL;
++ struct elf_link_hash_entry *h = NULL;
++ asection *sec = NULL;
++ bfd_vma value;
++ bfd_vma offset;
++ bfd_reloc_status_type status;
++
++ r_type = ELF32_R_TYPE(rel->r_info);
++ r_symndx = ELF32_R_SYM(rel->r_info);
++
++ if (r_type == R_AVR32_NONE
++ || r_type == R_AVR32_ALIGN
++ || r_type == R_AVR32_DIFF32
++ || r_type == R_AVR32_DIFF16
++ || r_type == R_AVR32_DIFF8)
++ continue;
++
++ /* Sanity check */
++ if (r_type > R_AVR32_max)
++ {
++ bfd_set_error(bfd_error_bad_value);
++ return FALSE;
++ }
++
++ howto = &elf_avr32_howto_table[r_type];
++
++ if (r_symndx < symtab_hdr->sh_info)
++ {
++ sym = local_syms + r_symndx;
++ sec = local_sections[r_symndx];
++
++ pr_debug(" (6a) processing %s against local symbol %lu\n",
++ howto->name, r_symndx);
++
++ /* The following function changes rel->r_addend behind our back. */
++ value = _bfd_elf_rela_local_sym(output_bfd, sym, &sec, rel);
++ pr_debug(" => value: %lx, addend: %lx\n", value, rel->r_addend);
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ if (sym_hashes == NULL)
++ return FALSE;
++
++ 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;
++
++ pr_debug(" (6a) processing %s against symbol %s\n",
++ howto->name, h->root.root.string);
++
++ if (h->root.type == bfd_link_hash_defined
++ || h->root.type == bfd_link_hash_defweak)
++ {
++ bfd_boolean dyn;
++
++ dyn = htab->root.dynamic_sections_created;
++ sec = h->root.u.def.section;
++
++ if (sec->output_section)
++ value = (h->root.u.def.value
++ + sec->output_section->vma
++ + sec->output_offset);
++ else
++ value = h->root.u.def.value;
++ }
++ else if (h->root.type == bfd_link_hash_undefweak)
++ value = 0;
++ else if (info->unresolved_syms_in_objects == RM_IGNORE
++ && ELF_ST_VISIBILITY(h->other) == STV_DEFAULT)
++ value = 0;
++ else
++ {
++ bfd_boolean err;
++ err = (info->unresolved_syms_in_objects == RM_GENERATE_ERROR
++ || ELF_ST_VISIBILITY(h->other) != STV_DEFAULT);
++ if (!info->callbacks->undefined_symbol
++ (info, h->root.root.string, input_bfd,
++ input_section, rel->r_offset, err))
++ return FALSE;
++ value = 0;
++ }
++
++ pr_debug(" => value: %lx, addend: %lx\n", value, rel->r_addend);
++ }
++
++ switch (r_type)
++ {
++ case R_AVR32_GOT32:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT16:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT8:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT21S:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT18SW:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT16S:
++ case R_AVR32_GOT7UW:
++ case R_AVR32_LDA_GOT:
++ case R_AVR32_GOTCALL:
++ BFD_ASSERT(sgot != NULL);
++
++ if (h != NULL)
++ {
++ BFD_ASSERT(h->got.glist->refcount > 0);
++ offset = h->got.glist->offset;
++
++ BFD_ASSERT(offset < sgot->size);
++ if (!elf_hash_table(info)->dynamic_sections_created
++ || (h->def_regular
++ && (!info->shared
++ || info->symbolic
++ || h->dynindx == -1)))
++ {
++ /* This is actually a static link, or it is a
++ -Bsymbolic link and the symbol is defined
++ locally, or the symbol was forced to be local. */
++ bfd_put_32(output_bfd, value, sgot->contents + offset);
++ }
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ BFD_ASSERT(local_got_ents &&
++ local_got_ents[r_symndx]->refcount > 0);
++ offset = local_got_ents[r_symndx]->offset;
++
++ /* Local GOT entries don't have relocs. If this is a
++ shared library, the dynamic linker will add the load
++ address to the initial value at startup. */
++ BFD_ASSERT(offset < sgot->size);
++ pr_debug("Initializing GOT entry at offset %lu: 0x%lx\n",
++ offset, value);
++ bfd_put_32 (output_bfd, value, sgot->contents + offset);
++ }
++
++ value = sgot->output_offset + offset;
++ pr_debug("GOT reference: New value %lx\n", value);
++ break;
++
++ case R_AVR32_GOTPC:
++ /* This relocation type is for constant pool entries used in
++ the calculation "Rd = PC - (PC - GOT)", where the
++ constant pool supplies the constant (PC - GOT)
++ offset. The symbol value + addend indicates where the
++ value of PC is taken. */
++ value -= sgot->output_section->vma;
++ break;
++
++ case R_AVR32_32_PCREL:
++ /* We must adjust r_offset to account for discarded data in
++ the .eh_frame section. This is probably not the right
++ way to do this, since AFAICS all other architectures do
++ it some other way. I just can't figure out how... */
++ {
++ bfd_vma r_offset;
++
++ r_offset = _bfd_elf_section_offset(output_bfd, info,
++ input_section,
++ rel->r_offset);
++ if (r_offset == (bfd_vma)-1
++ || r_offset == (bfd_vma)-2)
++ continue;
++ rel->r_offset = r_offset;
++ }
++ break;
++
++ case R_AVR32_32:
++ /* We need to emit a run-time relocation in the following cases:
++ - we're creating a shared library
++ - the symbol is not defined in any regular objects
++
++ Of course, sections that aren't going to be part of the
++ run-time image will not get any relocs, and undefined
++ symbols won't have any either (only weak undefined
++ symbols should get this far). */
++ if ((info->shared
++ || (elf_hash_table(info)->dynamic_sections_created
++ && h != NULL
++ && h->def_dynamic
++ && !h->def_regular))
++ && r_symndx != 0
++ && (input_section->flags & SEC_ALLOC))
++ {
++ Elf_Internal_Rela outrel;
++ bfd_byte *loc;
++ bfd_boolean skip, relocate;
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *avrh;
++
++ pr_debug("Going to generate dynamic reloc...\n");
++
++ skip = FALSE;
++ relocate = FALSE;
++
++ outrel.r_offset = _bfd_elf_section_offset(output_bfd, info,
++ input_section,
++ rel->r_offset);
++ if (outrel.r_offset == (bfd_vma)-1)
++ skip = TRUE;
++ else if (outrel.r_offset == (bfd_vma)-2)
++ skip = TRUE, relocate = TRUE;
++
++ outrel.r_offset += (input_section->output_section->vma
++ + input_section->output_offset);
++
++ pr_debug(" ... offset %lx, dynindx %ld\n",
++ outrel.r_offset, h ? h->dynindx : -1);
++
++ if (skip)
++ memset(&outrel, 0, sizeof(outrel));
++ else
++ {
++ avrh = (struct elf_avr32_link_hash_entry *)h;
++ /* h->dynindx may be -1 if this symbol was marked to
++ become local. */
++ if (h == NULL
++ || ((info->symbolic || h->dynindx == -1)
++ && h->def_regular))
++ {
++ relocate = TRUE;
++ outrel.r_info = ELF32_R_INFO(0, R_AVR32_RELATIVE);
++ outrel.r_addend = value + rel->r_addend;
++ pr_debug(" ... R_AVR32_RELATIVE\n");
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ BFD_ASSERT(h->dynindx != -1);
++ relocate = TRUE;
++ outrel.r_info = ELF32_R_INFO(h->dynindx, R_AVR32_GLOB_DAT);
++ outrel.r_addend = rel->r_addend;
++ pr_debug(" ... R_AVR32_GLOB_DAT\n");
++ }
++ }
++
++ pr_debug("srelgot reloc_count: %d, size %lu\n",
++ srelgot->reloc_count, srelgot->size);
++
++ loc = srelgot->contents;
++ loc += srelgot->reloc_count++ * sizeof(Elf32_External_Rela);
++ bfd_elf32_swap_reloca_out(output_bfd, &outrel, loc);
++
++ BFD_ASSERT(srelgot->reloc_count * sizeof(Elf32_External_Rela)
++ <= srelgot->size);
++
++ if (!relocate)
++ continue;
++ }
++ break;
++ }
++
++ status = avr32_final_link_relocate(howto, input_bfd, input_section,
++ contents, rel, value);
++
++ switch (status)
++ {
++ case bfd_reloc_ok:
++ break;
++
++ case bfd_reloc_overflow:
++ {
++ const char *name;
++
++ if (h != NULL)
++ name = h->root.root.string;
++ else
++ {
++ name = bfd_elf_string_from_elf_section(input_bfd,
++ symtab_hdr->sh_link,
++ sym->st_name);
++ if (name == NULL)
++ return FALSE;
++ if (*name == '\0')
++ name = bfd_section_name(input_bfd, sec);
++ }
++ if (!((*info->callbacks->reloc_overflow)
++ (info, (h ? &h->root : NULL), name, howto->name,
++ rel->r_addend, input_bfd, input_section, rel->r_offset)))
++ return FALSE;
++ }
++ break;
++
++ case bfd_reloc_outofrange:
++ default:
++ abort();
++ }
++ }
++
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++
++/* Additional processing of dynamic sections after relocation */
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_finish_dynamic_symbol(bfd *output_bfd, struct bfd_link_info *info,
++ struct elf_link_hash_entry *h,
++ Elf_Internal_Sym *sym);
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_finish_dynamic_sections(bfd *output_bfd, struct bfd_link_info *info);
++
++
++/* (7) Initialize the contents of a dynamic symbol and/or emit
++ relocations for it */
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_finish_dynamic_symbol(bfd *output_bfd, struct bfd_link_info *info,
++ struct elf_link_hash_entry *h,
++ Elf_Internal_Sym *sym)
++{
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab;
++ struct got_entry *got;
++
++ pr_debug("(7) finish dynamic symbol: %s\n", h->root.root.string);
++
++ htab = avr32_elf_hash_table(info);
++ got = h->got.glist;
++
++ if (got && got->refcount > 0)
++ {
++ asection *sgot;
++ asection *srelgot;
++ Elf_Internal_Rela rel;
++ bfd_byte *loc;
++
++ /* This symbol has an entry in the GOT. Set it up. */
++ sgot = htab->sgot;
++ srelgot = htab->srelgot;
++ BFD_ASSERT(sgot && srelgot);
++
++ rel.r_offset = (sgot->output_section->vma
++ + sgot->output_offset
++ + got->offset);
++
++ /* If this is a static link, or it is a -Bsymbolic link and the
++ symbol is defined locally or was forced to be local because
++ of a version file, we just want to emit a RELATIVE reloc. The
++ entry in the global offset table will already have been
++ initialized in the relocate_section function. */
++ if ((info->shared
++ && !info->symbolic
++ && h->dynindx != -1)
++ || (htab->root.dynamic_sections_created
++ && h->def_dynamic
++ && !h->def_regular))
++ {
++ bfd_put_32(output_bfd, 0, sgot->contents + got->offset);
++ rel.r_info = ELF32_R_INFO(h->dynindx, R_AVR32_GLOB_DAT);
++ rel.r_addend = 0;
++
++ pr_debug("GOT reloc R_AVR32_GLOB_DAT, dynindx: %ld\n", h->dynindx);
++ pr_debug(" srelgot reloc_count: %d, size: %lu\n",
++ srelgot->reloc_count, srelgot->size);
++
++ loc = (srelgot->contents
++ + srelgot->reloc_count++ * sizeof(Elf32_External_Rela));
++ bfd_elf32_swap_reloca_out(output_bfd, &rel, loc);
++
++ BFD_ASSERT(srelgot->reloc_count * sizeof(Elf32_External_Rela)
++ <= srelgot->size);
++ }
++ }
++
++ /* Mark _DYNAMIC and _GLOBAL_OFFSET_TABLE_ as absolute */
++ if (strcmp(h->root.root.string, "_DYNAMIC") == 0
++ || strcmp(h->root.root.string, "_GLOBAL_OFFSET_TABLE_") == 0)
++ sym->st_shndx = SHN_ABS;
++
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++/* (8) Do any remaining initialization of the dynamic sections */
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_finish_dynamic_sections(bfd *output_bfd, struct bfd_link_info *info)
++{
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab;
++ asection *sgot, *sdyn;
++
++ pr_debug("(8) finish dynamic sections\n");
++
++ htab = avr32_elf_hash_table(info);
++ sgot = htab->sgot;
++ sdyn = bfd_get_section_by_name(htab->root.dynobj, ".dynamic");
++
++ if (htab->root.dynamic_sections_created)
++ {
++ Elf32_External_Dyn *dyncon, *dynconend;
++
++ BFD_ASSERT(sdyn && sgot && sgot->size >= AVR32_GOT_HEADER_SIZE);
++
++ dyncon = (Elf32_External_Dyn *)sdyn->contents;
++ dynconend = (Elf32_External_Dyn *)(sdyn->contents + sdyn->size);
++ for (; dyncon < dynconend; dyncon++)
++ {
++ Elf_Internal_Dyn dyn;
++ asection *s;
++
++ bfd_elf32_swap_dyn_in(htab->root.dynobj, dyncon, &dyn);
++
++ switch (dyn.d_tag)
++ {
++ default:
++ break;
++
++ case DT_PLTGOT:
++ s = sgot->output_section;
++ BFD_ASSERT(s != NULL);
++ dyn.d_un.d_ptr = s->vma;
++ bfd_elf32_swap_dyn_out(output_bfd, &dyn, dyncon);
++ break;
++
++ case DT_AVR32_GOTSZ:
++ s = sgot->output_section;
++ BFD_ASSERT(s != NULL);
++ dyn.d_un.d_val = s->size;
++ bfd_elf32_swap_dyn_out(output_bfd, &dyn, dyncon);
++ break;
++ }
++ }
++
++ /* Fill in the first two entries in the global offset table */
++ bfd_put_32(output_bfd,
++ sdyn->output_section->vma + sdyn->output_offset,
++ sgot->contents);
++
++ /* The runtime linker will fill this one in with the address of
++ the run-time link map */
++ bfd_put_32(output_bfd, 0, sgot->contents + 4);
++ }
++
++ if (sgot)
++ elf_section_data(sgot->output_section)->this_hdr.sh_entsize = 4;
++
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++
++/* AVR32-specific private ELF data */
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_set_private_flags(bfd *abfd, flagword flags);
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_copy_private_bfd_data(bfd *ibfd, bfd *obfd);
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_merge_private_bfd_data(bfd *ibfd, bfd *obfd);
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_print_private_bfd_data(bfd *abfd, void *ptr);
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_set_private_flags(bfd *abfd, flagword flags)
++{
++ elf_elfheader(abfd)->e_flags = flags;
++ elf_flags_init(abfd) = TRUE;
++
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++/* Copy backend specific data from one object module to another. */
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_copy_private_bfd_data(bfd *ibfd, bfd *obfd)
++{
++ elf_elfheader(obfd)->e_flags = elf_elfheader(ibfd)->e_flags;
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++/* Merge backend specific data from an object file to the output
++ object file when linking. */
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_merge_private_bfd_data(bfd *ibfd, bfd *obfd)
++{
++ flagword out_flags, in_flags;
++
++ pr_debug("(0) merge_private_bfd_data: %s -> %s\n",
++ ibfd->filename, obfd->filename);
++
++ in_flags = elf_elfheader(ibfd)->e_flags;
++ out_flags = elf_elfheader(obfd)->e_flags;
++
++ if (elf_flags_init(obfd))
++ {
++ /* If one of the inputs are non-PIC, the output must be
++ considered non-PIC. The same applies to linkrelax. */
++ if (!(in_flags & EF_AVR32_PIC))
++ out_flags &= ~EF_AVR32_PIC;
++ if (!(in_flags & EF_AVR32_LINKRELAX))
++ out_flags &= ~EF_AVR32_LINKRELAX;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ elf_flags_init(obfd) = TRUE;
++ out_flags = in_flags;
++ }
++
++ elf_elfheader(obfd)->e_flags = out_flags;
++
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_print_private_bfd_data(bfd *abfd, void *ptr)
++{
++ FILE *file = (FILE *)ptr;
++ unsigned long flags;
++
++ BFD_ASSERT(abfd != NULL && ptr != NULL);
++
++ _bfd_elf_print_private_bfd_data(abfd, ptr);
++
++ flags = elf_elfheader(abfd)->e_flags;
++
++ fprintf(file, _("private flags = %lx:"), elf_elfheader(abfd)->e_flags);
++
++ if (flags & EF_AVR32_PIC)
++ fprintf(file, " [PIC]");
++ if (flags & EF_AVR32_LINKRELAX)
++ fprintf(file, " [linker relaxable]");
++
++ flags &= ~(EF_AVR32_PIC | EF_AVR32_LINKRELAX);
++
++ if (flags)
++ fprintf(file, _("<Unrecognized flag bits set>"));
++
++ fputc('\n', file);
++
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++/* Set avr32-specific linker options. */
++void bfd_elf32_avr32_set_options(struct bfd_link_info *info,
++ int direct_data_refs)
++{
++ struct elf_avr32_link_hash_table *htab;
++
++ htab = avr32_elf_hash_table (info);
++ htab->direct_data_refs = !!direct_data_refs;
++}
++
++
++
++/* Understanding core dumps */
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_grok_prstatus(bfd *abfd, Elf_Internal_Note *note);
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_grok_psinfo(bfd *abfd, Elf_Internal_Note *note);
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_grok_prstatus(bfd *abfd, Elf_Internal_Note *note)
++{
++ /* Linux/AVR32B elf_prstatus */
++ if (note->descsz != 148)
++ return FALSE;
++
++ /* pr_cursig */
++ elf_tdata(abfd)->core_signal = bfd_get_16(abfd, note->descdata + 12);
++
++ /* pr_pid */
++ elf_tdata(abfd)->core_pid = bfd_get_32(abfd, note->descdata + 24);
++
++ /* Make a ".reg/999" section for pr_reg. The size is for 16
++ general-purpose registers, SR and r12_orig (18 * 4 = 72). */
++ return _bfd_elfcore_make_pseudosection(abfd, ".reg", 72,
++ note->descpos + 72);
++}
++
++static bfd_boolean
++avr32_elf_grok_psinfo(bfd *abfd, Elf_Internal_Note *note)
++{
++ /* Linux/AVR32B elf_prpsinfo */
++ if (note->descsz != 128)
++ return FALSE;
++
++ elf_tdata(abfd)->core_program
++ = _bfd_elfcore_strndup(abfd, note->descdata + 32, 16);
++ elf_tdata(abfd)->core_command
++ = _bfd_elfcore_strndup(abfd, note->descdata + 48, 80);
++
++ /* Note that for some reason, a spurious space is tacked
++ onto the end of the args in some (at least one anyway)
++ implementations, so strip it off if it exists. */
++
++ {
++ char *command = elf_tdata (abfd)->core_command;
++ int n = strlen (command);
++
++ if (0 < n && command[n - 1] == ' ')
++ command[n - 1] = '\0';
++ }
++
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++
++#define ELF_ARCH bfd_arch_avr32
++#define ELF_MACHINE_CODE EM_AVR32
++#define ELF_MAXPAGESIZE 0x1000
++
++#define TARGET_BIG_SYM bfd_elf32_avr32_vec
++#define TARGET_BIG_NAME "elf32-avr32"
++
++#define elf_backend_grok_prstatus avr32_elf_grok_prstatus
++#define elf_backend_grok_psinfo avr32_elf_grok_psinfo
++
++/* Only RELA relocations are used */
++#define elf_backend_may_use_rel_p 0
++#define elf_backend_may_use_rela_p 1
++#define elf_backend_default_use_rela_p 1
++#define elf_backend_rela_normal 1
++#define elf_info_to_howto_rel NULL
++#define elf_info_to_howto avr32_info_to_howto
++
++#define bfd_elf32_bfd_copy_private_bfd_data avr32_elf_copy_private_bfd_data
++#define bfd_elf32_bfd_merge_private_bfd_data avr32_elf_merge_private_bfd_data
++#define bfd_elf32_bfd_set_private_flags avr32_elf_set_private_flags
++#define bfd_elf32_bfd_print_private_bfd_data avr32_elf_print_private_bfd_data
++#define bfd_elf32_new_section_hook avr32_elf_new_section_hook
++
++#define elf_backend_gc_mark_hook avr32_elf_gc_mark_hook
++#define elf_backend_gc_sweep_hook avr32_elf_gc_sweep_hook
++#define elf_backend_relocate_section avr32_elf_relocate_section
++#define elf_backend_copy_indirect_symbol avr32_elf_copy_indirect_symbol
++#define elf_backend_create_dynamic_sections avr32_elf_create_dynamic_sections
++#define bfd_elf32_bfd_link_hash_table_create avr32_elf_link_hash_table_create
++#define elf_backend_adjust_dynamic_symbol avr32_elf_adjust_dynamic_symbol
++#define elf_backend_size_dynamic_sections avr32_elf_size_dynamic_sections
++#define elf_backend_finish_dynamic_symbol avr32_elf_finish_dynamic_symbol
++#define elf_backend_finish_dynamic_sections avr32_elf_finish_dynamic_sections
++
++#define bfd_elf32_bfd_relax_section avr32_elf_relax_section
++
++/* Find out which symbols need an entry in .got. */
++#define elf_backend_check_relocs avr32_check_relocs
++#define elf_backend_can_refcount 1
++#define elf_backend_can_gc_sections 1
++#define elf_backend_plt_readonly 1
++#define elf_backend_plt_not_loaded 1
++#define elf_backend_want_plt_sym 0
++#define elf_backend_plt_alignment 2
++#define elf_backend_want_dynbss 0
++#define elf_backend_want_got_plt 0
++#define elf_backend_want_got_sym 1
++#define elf_backend_got_header_size AVR32_GOT_HEADER_SIZE
++
++#include "elf32-target.h"
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/bfd/elf32-avr32.h
+@@ -0,0 +1,23 @@
++/* AVR32-specific support for 32-bit ELF.
++ Copyright 2007 Atmel Corporation.
++
++ Written by Haavard Skinnemoen, Atmel Norway, <hskinnemoen@atmel.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 2 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., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA. */
++
++void bfd_elf32_avr32_set_options(struct bfd_link_info *info,
++ int direct_data_refs);
+--- a/bfd/elf-bfd.h
++++ b/bfd/elf-bfd.h
+@@ -1400,6 +1400,10 @@ struct elf_obj_tdata
+ find_nearest_line. */
+ struct mips_elf_find_line *find_line_info;
+
++ /* Used by AVR32 ELF relaxation code. Contains an array of pointers
++ for each local symbol to the fragment where it is defined. */
++ struct fragment **local_sym_frag;
++
+ /* A place to stash dwarf1 info for this bfd. */
+ struct dwarf1_debug *dwarf1_find_line_info;
+
+--- a/bfd/Makefile.am
++++ b/bfd/Makefile.am
+@@ -63,6 +63,7 @@ ALL_MACHINES = \
+ cpu-arc.lo \
+ cpu-arm.lo \
+ cpu-avr.lo \
++ cpu-avr32.lo \
+ cpu-bfin.lo \
+ cpu-cr16.lo \
+ cpu-cr16c.lo \
+@@ -243,6 +244,7 @@ BFD32_BACKENDS = \
+ elf32-arc.lo \
+ elf32-arm.lo \
+ elf32-avr.lo \
++ elf32-avr32.lo \
+ elf32-bfin.lo \
+ elf32-cr16.lo \
+ elf32-cr16c.lo \
+@@ -1328,6 +1330,10 @@ elf32-cr16.lo: elf32-cr16.c $(INCDIR)/fi
+ $(INCDIR)/hashtab.h $(INCDIR)/libiberty.h elf-bfd.h \
+ $(INCDIR)/elf/common.h $(INCDIR)/elf/internal.h $(INCDIR)/elf/external.h \
+ $(INCDIR)/elf/cr16.h $(INCDIR)/elf/reloc-macros.h elf32-target.h
++elf32-avr32.lo: elf32-avr32.c $(INCDIR)/filenames.h elf-bfd.h \
++ $(INCDIR)/elf/common.h $(INCDIR)/elf/internal.h $(INCDIR)/elf/external.h \
++ $(INCDIR)/bfdlink.h $(INCDIR)/elf/avr32.h $(INCDIR)/elf/reloc-macros.h \
++ elf32-target.h
+ elf32-cr16c.lo: elf32-cr16c.c $(INCDIR)/filenames.h \
+ $(INCDIR)/hashtab.h $(INCDIR)/bfdlink.h $(INCDIR)/elf/cr16c.h \
+ $(INCDIR)/elf/reloc-macros.h elf-bfd.h $(INCDIR)/elf/common.h \
+--- a/bfd/reloc.c
++++ b/bfd/reloc.c
+@@ -3948,6 +3948,131 @@ ENUMDOC
+ instructions
+
+ ENUM
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_DIFF32
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_DIFF16
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_DIFF8
++ENUMDOC
++ Difference between two labels: L2 - L1. The value of L1 is encoded
++ as sym + addend, while the initial difference after assembly is
++ inserted into the object file by the assembler.
++ENUM
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT32
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT16
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT8
++ENUMDOC
++ Reference to a symbol through the Global Offset Table. The linker
++ will allocate an entry for symbol in the GOT and insert the offset
++ of this entry as the relocation value.
++ENUM
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_21S
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16U
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16S
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_SUB5
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_8S_EXT
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_8S
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_15S
++ENUMDOC
++ Normal (non-pc-relative) code relocations. Alignment and signedness
++ is indicated by the suffixes. S means signed, U means unsigned. W
++ means word-aligned, H means halfword-aligned, neither means
++ byte-aligned (no alignment.) SUB5 is the same relocation as 16S.
++ENUM
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_22H_PCREL
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_18W_PCREL
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16B_PCREL
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16N_PCREL
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_14UW_PCREL
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_11H_PCREL
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_10UW_PCREL
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_9H_PCREL
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_9UW_PCREL
++ENUMDOC
++ PC-relative relocations are signed if neither 'U' nor 'S' is
++ specified. However, we explicitly tack on a 'B' to indicate no
++ alignment, to avoid confusion with data relocs. All of these resolve
++ to sym + addend - offset, except the one with 'N' (negated) suffix.
++ This particular one resolves to offset - sym - addend.
++ENUM
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOTPC
++ENUMDOC
++ Subtract the link-time address of the GOT from (symbol + addend)
++ and insert the result.
++ENUM
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOTCALL
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_LDA_GOT
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT21S
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT18SW
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT16S
++ENUMDOC
++ Reference to a symbol through the GOT. The linker will allocate an
++ entry for symbol in the GOT and insert the offset of this entry as
++ the relocation value. addend must be zero. As usual, 'S' means
++ signed, 'W' means word-aligned, etc.
++ENUM
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_32_CPENT
++ENUMDOC
++ 32-bit constant pool entry. I don't think 8- and 16-bit entries make
++ a whole lot of sense.
++ENUM
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_CPCALL
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16_CP
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_9W_CP
++ENUMDOC
++ Constant pool references. Some of these relocations are signed,
++ others are unsigned. It doesn't really matter, since the constant
++ pool always comes after the code that references it.
++ENUM
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_ALIGN
++ENUMDOC
++ sym must be the absolute symbol. The addend specifies the alignment
++ order, e.g. if addend is 2, the linker must add padding so that the
++ next address is aligned to a 4-byte boundary.
++ENUM
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_14UW
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_10UW
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_10SW
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_STHH_W
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_7UW
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_6S
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_6UW
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_4UH
++ENUMX
++ BFD_RELOC_AVR32_3U
++ENUMDOC
++ Code relocations that will never make it to the output file.
++
++ENUM
+ BFD_RELOC_390_12
+ ENUMDOC
+ Direct 12 bit.
+--- a/bfd/targets.c
++++ b/bfd/targets.c
+@@ -564,6 +564,7 @@ extern const bfd_target bfd_efi_app_ia32
+ extern const bfd_target bfd_efi_app_x86_64_vec;
+ extern const bfd_target bfd_efi_app_ia64_vec;
+ extern const bfd_target bfd_elf32_avr_vec;
++extern const bfd_target bfd_elf32_avr32_vec;
+ extern const bfd_target bfd_elf32_bfin_vec;
+ extern const bfd_target bfd_elf32_bfinfdpic_vec;
+ extern const bfd_target bfd_elf32_big_generic_vec;
+@@ -884,6 +885,7 @@ static const bfd_target * const _bfd_tar
+ &bfd_efi_app_ia64_vec,
+ #endif
+ &bfd_elf32_avr_vec,
++ &bfd_elf32_avr32_vec,
+ &bfd_elf32_bfin_vec,
+ &bfd_elf32_bfinfdpic_vec,
+
+--- a/binutils/Makefile.am
++++ b/binutils/Makefile.am
+@@ -577,7 +577,7 @@ readelf.o: readelf.c sysdep.h $(INCDIR)/
+ $(INCDIR)/ansidecl.h $(INCDIR)/symcat.h bucomm.h dwarf.h \
+ $(INCDIR)/elf/common.h $(INCDIR)/elf/external.h $(INCDIR)/elf/internal.h \
+ $(INCDIR)/elf/h8.h $(INCDIR)/elf/reloc-macros.h $(INCDIR)/elf/alpha.h \
+- $(INCDIR)/elf/arc.h $(INCDIR)/elf/arm.h $(INCDIR)/elf/avr.h \
++ $(INCDIR)/elf/arc.h $(INCDIR)/elf/arm.h $(INCDIR)/elf/avr.h $(INCDIR)/elf/avr32.h\
+ $(INCDIR)/elf/bfin.h $(INCDIR)/elf/cris.h $(INCDIR)/elf/crx.h \
+ $(INCDIR)/elf/d10v.h $(INCDIR)/elf/d30v.h $(INCDIR)/elf/dlx.h \
+ $(INCDIR)/elf/fr30.h $(INCDIR)/elf/frv.h $(INCDIR)/elf/hppa.h \
+--- a/binutils/readelf.c
++++ b/binutils/readelf.c
+@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@
+ along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
+ Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street - Fifth Floor, Boston, MA
+ 02110-1301, USA. */
+-
++
+ /* The difference between readelf and objdump:
+
+ Both programs are capable of displaying the contents of ELF format files,
+@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@
+ There is also the case that readelf can provide more information about an
+ ELF file than is provided by objdump. In particular it can display DWARF
+ debugging information which (at the moment) objdump cannot. */
+-
++
+ #include "sysdep.h"
+ #include <assert.h>
+ #include <sys/stat.h>
+@@ -109,6 +109,7 @@
+ #include "elf/arc.h"
+ #include "elf/arm.h"
+ #include "elf/avr.h"
++#include "elf/avr32.h"
+ #include "elf/bfin.h"
+ #include "elf/cr16.h"
+ #include "elf/cris.h"
+@@ -303,7 +304,7 @@ static void (*byte_put) (unsigned char *
+ #define streq(a,b) (strcmp ((a), (b)) == 0)
+ #define strneq(a,b,n) (strncmp ((a), (b), (n)) == 0)
+ #define const_strneq(a,b) (strncmp ((a), (b), sizeof (b) - 1) == 0)
+-
++
+ static void *
+ get_data (void *var, FILE *file, long offset, size_t size, size_t nmemb,
+ const char *reason)
+@@ -614,6 +615,7 @@ guess_is_rela (unsigned long e_machine)
+ case EM_ALPHA:
+ case EM_ALTERA_NIOS2:
+ case EM_AVR:
++ case EM_AVR32:
+ case EM_AVR_OLD:
+ case EM_BLACKFIN:
+ case EM_CR16:
+@@ -1006,6 +1008,10 @@ dump_relocations (FILE *file,
+ rtype = elf_avr_reloc_type (type);
+ break;
+
++ case EM_AVR32:
++ rtype = elf_avr32_reloc_type (type);
++ break;
++
+ case EM_OLD_SPARCV9:
+ case EM_SPARC32PLUS:
+ case EM_SPARCV9:
+@@ -1763,6 +1769,7 @@ get_machine_name (unsigned e_machine)
+ case EM_VAX: return "Digital VAX";
+ case EM_AVR_OLD:
+ case EM_AVR: return "Atmel AVR 8-bit microcontroller";
++ case EM_AVR32: return "Atmel AVR32";
+ case EM_CRIS: return "Axis Communications 32-bit embedded processor";
+ case EM_JAVELIN: return "Infineon Technologies 32-bit embedded cpu";
+ case EM_FIREPATH: return "Element 14 64-bit DSP processor";
+--- a/gas/as.c
++++ b/gas/as.c
+@@ -441,10 +441,10 @@ parse_args (int * pargc, char *** pargv)
+ the end of the preceeding line so that it is simpler to
+ selectively add and remove lines from this list. */
+ {"alternate", no_argument, NULL, OPTION_ALTERNATE}
+- /* The entry for "a" is here to prevent getopt_long_only() from
+- considering that -a is an abbreviation for --alternate. This is
+- necessary because -a=<FILE> is a valid switch but getopt would
+- normally reject it since --alternate does not take an argument. */
++ /* The next two entries are here to prevent getopt_long_only() from
++ considering that -a or -al is an abbreviation for --alternate.
++ This is necessary because -a=<FILE> is a valid switch but getopt
++ would normally reject it since --alternate does not take an argument. */
+ ,{"a", optional_argument, NULL, 'a'}
+ /* Handle -al=<FILE>. */
+ ,{"al", optional_argument, NULL, OPTION_AL}
+@@ -803,8 +803,15 @@ This program has absolutely no warranty.
+ case 'a':
+ if (optarg)
+ {
+- if (optarg != old_argv[optind] && optarg[-1] == '=')
+- --optarg;
++ /* If optarg is part of the -a switch and not a separate argument
++ in its own right, then scan backwards to the just after the -a.
++ This means skipping over both '=' and 'l' which might have been
++ taken to be part of the -a switch itself. */
++ if (optarg != old_argv[optind])
++ {
++ while (optarg[-1] == '=' || optarg[-1] == 'l')
++ --optarg;
++ }
+
+ if (md_parse_option (optc, optarg) != 0)
+ break;
+@@ -1234,7 +1241,7 @@ main (int argc, char ** argv)
+ keep_it = 0;
+
+ if (!keep_it)
+- unlink_if_ordinary (out_file_name);
++ unlink (out_file_name);
+
+ input_scrub_end ();
+
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/config/tc-avr32.c
+@@ -0,0 +1,4806 @@
++/* Assembler implementation for AVR32.
++ Copyright 2003-2006 Atmel Corporation.
++
++ Written by Haavard Skinnemoen, Atmel Norway, <hskinnemoen@atmel.com>
++
++ This file is part of GAS, the GNU Assembler.
++
++ GAS 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 2, or (at your option)
++ any later version.
++
++ GAS 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 GAS; see the file COPYING. If not, write to the Free
++ Software Foundation, 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA
++ 02111-1307, USA. */
++
++#include <stdio.h>
++#include "as.h"
++#include "safe-ctype.h"
++#include "subsegs.h"
++#include "symcat.h"
++#include "opcodes/avr32-opc.h"
++#include "opcodes/avr32-asm.h"
++#include "elf/avr32.h"
++#include "dwarf2dbg.h"
++
++#define xDEBUG
++#define xOPC_CONSISTENCY_CHECK
++
++#ifdef DEBUG
++# define pr_debug(fmt, args...) fprintf(stderr, fmt, ##args)
++#else
++# define pr_debug(fmt, args...)
++#endif
++
++/* 3 MSB of instruction word indicate group. Group 7 -> extended */
++#define AVR32_COMPACT_P(opcode) ((opcode[0] & 0xe0) != 0xe0)
++
++#define streq(a, b) (strcmp(a, b) == 0)
++#define skip_whitespace(str) do { while(*(str) == ' ') ++(str); } while(0)
++
++/* Flags given on the command line */
++static int avr32_pic = FALSE;
++int linkrelax = FALSE;
++int avr32_iarcompat = FALSE;
++
++/* This array holds the chars that always start a comment. */
++const char comment_chars[] = "#";
++
++/* This array holds the chars that only start a comment at the
++ beginning of a line. We must include '#' here because the compiler
++ may produce #APP and #NO_APP in its output. */
++const char line_comment_chars[] = "#";
++
++/* These may be used instead of newline (same as ';' in C). */
++const char line_separator_chars[] = ";";
++
++/* Chars that can be used to separate mantissa from exponent in
++ floating point numbers. */
++const char EXP_CHARS[] = "eE";
++
++/* Chars that mean this number is a floating point constant. */
++const char FLT_CHARS[] = "dD";
++
++/* Pre-defined "_GLOBAL_OFFSET_TABLE_" */
++symbolS *GOT_symbol;
++
++static struct hash_control *avr32_mnemonic_htab;
++
++struct avr32_ifield_data
++{
++ bfd_vma value;
++ /* FIXME: Get rid of align_order and complain. complain is never
++ used, align_order is used in one place. Try to use the relax
++ table instead. */
++ unsigned int align_order;
++};
++
++struct avr32_insn
++{
++ const struct avr32_syntax *syntax;
++ expressionS immediate;
++ int pcrel;
++ int force_extended;
++ unsigned int next_slot;
++ bfd_reloc_code_real_type r_type;
++ struct avr32_ifield_data field_value[AVR32_MAX_FIELDS];
++};
++
++static struct avr32_insn current_insn;
++
++/* The target specific pseudo-ops we support. */
++static void s_rseg (int);
++static void s_cpool(int);
++
++const pseudo_typeS md_pseudo_table[] =
++{
++ /* Make sure that .word is 32 bits */
++ { "word", cons, 4 },
++ { "file", (void (*) PARAMS ((int))) dwarf2_directive_file, 0 },
++ { "loc", dwarf2_directive_loc, 0 },
++
++ /* .lcomm requires an explicit alignment parameter */
++ { "lcomm", s_lcomm, 1 },
++
++ /* AVR32-specific pseudo-ops */
++ { "cpool", s_cpool, 0},
++
++ /* IAR compatible pseudo-ops */
++ { "program", s_ignore, 0 },
++ { "public", s_globl, 0 },
++ { "extern", s_ignore, 0 },
++ { "module", s_ignore, 0 },
++ { "rseg", s_rseg, 0 },
++ { "dc8", cons, 1 },
++ { "dc16", cons, 2 },
++ { "dc32", cons, 4 },
++
++ { NULL, NULL, 0 }
++};
++
++/* Questionable stuff starts here */
++
++enum avr32_opinfo {
++ AVR32_OPINFO_NONE = BFD_RELOC_NONE,
++ AVR32_OPINFO_GOT,
++ AVR32_OPINFO_TLSGD,
++ AVR32_OPINFO_HI,
++ AVR32_OPINFO_LO,
++};
++
++enum avr32_arch {
++ ARCH_TYPE_AP,
++ ARCH_TYPE_UCR1,
++ ARCH_TYPE_UCR2,
++};
++
++struct arch_type_s
++{
++ /* Architecture name */
++ char *name;
++ /* Instruction Set Architecture Flags */
++ unsigned long isa_flags;
++};
++
++struct part_type_s
++{
++ /* Part name */
++ char *name;
++ /* Architecture type */
++ unsigned int arch;
++};
++
++static struct arch_type_s arch_types[] =
++{
++ {"ap", AVR32_V1 | AVR32_SIMD | AVR32_DSP | AVR32_PICO},
++ {"ucr1", AVR32_V1 | AVR32_DSP | AVR32_RMW},
++ {"ucr2", AVR32_V1 | AVR32_V2 | AVR32_DSP | AVR32_RMW},
++ {"all-insn", AVR32_V1 | AVR32_V2 | AVR32_SIMD | AVR32_DSP | AVR32_RMW | AVR32_FP | AVR32_PICO},
++ {NULL, 0}
++};
++
++static struct part_type_s part_types[] = {
++ {"ap7000", ARCH_TYPE_AP},
++ {"ap7001", ARCH_TYPE_AP},
++ {"ap7002", ARCH_TYPE_AP},
++ {"ap7200", ARCH_TYPE_AP},
++ {"uc3a0128", ARCH_TYPE_UCR2},
++ {"uc3a0256", ARCH_TYPE_UCR2},
++ {"uc3a0512es", ARCH_TYPE_UCR1},
++ {"uc3a0512", ARCH_TYPE_UCR2},
++ {"uc3a1128", ARCH_TYPE_UCR2},
++ {"uc3a1256es", ARCH_TYPE_UCR1},
++ {"uc3a1256", ARCH_TYPE_UCR2},
++ {"uc3a1512es", ARCH_TYPE_UCR1},
++ {"uc3a1512", ARCH_TYPE_UCR2},
++ {"uc3a364", ARCH_TYPE_UCR2},
++ {"uc3a364s", ARCH_TYPE_UCR2},
++ {"uc3a3128", ARCH_TYPE_UCR2},
++ {"uc3a3128s", ARCH_TYPE_UCR2},
++ {"uc3a3256", ARCH_TYPE_UCR2},
++ {"uc3a3256s", ARCH_TYPE_UCR2},
++ {"uc3b064", ARCH_TYPE_UCR1},
++ {"uc3b0128", ARCH_TYPE_UCR1},
++ {"uc3b0256es", ARCH_TYPE_UCR1},
++ {"uc3b0256", ARCH_TYPE_UCR1},
++ {"uc3b164", ARCH_TYPE_UCR1},
++ {"uc3b1128", ARCH_TYPE_UCR1},
++ {"uc3b1256es", ARCH_TYPE_UCR1},
++ {"uc3b1256", ARCH_TYPE_UCR1},
++ {NULL, 0}
++};
++
++/* Current architecture type. */
++static struct arch_type_s default_arch = {"all-insn", AVR32_V1 | AVR32_V2 | AVR32_SIMD | AVR32_DSP | AVR32_RMW | AVR32_FP | AVR32_PICO };
++static struct arch_type_s *avr32_arch = &default_arch;
++
++/* Display nicely formatted list of known part- and architecture names. */
++
++static void
++show_arch_list (FILE *stream)
++{
++ int i, x;
++
++ fprintf (stream, _("Known architecture names:"));
++ x = 1000;
++
++ for (i = 0; arch_types[i].name; i++)
++ {
++ int len = strlen (arch_types[i].name);
++
++ x += len + 1;
++
++ if (x < 75)
++ fprintf (stream, " %s", arch_types[i].name);
++ else
++ {
++ fprintf (stream, "\n %s", arch_types[i].name);
++ x = len + 2;
++ }
++ }
++
++ fprintf (stream, "\n");
++}
++
++static void
++show_part_list (FILE *stream)
++{
++ int i, x;
++
++ fprintf (stream, _("Known part names:"));
++ x = 1000;
++
++ for (i = 0; part_types[i].name; i++)
++ {
++ int len = strlen(part_types[i].name);
++
++ x += len + 1;
++
++ if (x < 75)
++ fprintf (stream, " %s", part_types[i].name);
++ else
++ {
++ fprintf(stream, "\n %s", part_types[i].name);
++ x = len + 2;
++ }
++ }
++
++ fprintf (stream, "\n");
++}
++
++const char *md_shortopts = "";
++struct option md_longopts[] =
++{
++#define OPTION_ARCH (OPTION_MD_BASE)
++#define OPTION_PART (OPTION_ARCH + 1)
++#define OPTION_IAR (OPTION_PART + 1)
++#define OPTION_PIC (OPTION_IAR + 1)
++#define OPTION_NOPIC (OPTION_PIC + 1)
++#define OPTION_LINKRELAX (OPTION_NOPIC + 1)
++#define OPTION_NOLINKRELAX (OPTION_LINKRELAX + 1)
++#define OPTION_DIRECT_DATA_REFS (OPTION_NOLINKRELAX + 1)
++ {"march", required_argument, NULL, OPTION_ARCH},
++ {"mpart", required_argument, NULL, OPTION_PART},
++ {"iar", no_argument, NULL, OPTION_IAR},
++ {"pic", no_argument, NULL, OPTION_PIC},
++ {"no-pic", no_argument, NULL, OPTION_NOPIC},
++ {"linkrelax", no_argument, NULL, OPTION_LINKRELAX},
++ {"no-linkrelax", no_argument, NULL, OPTION_NOLINKRELAX},
++ /* deprecated alias for -mpart=xxx */
++ {"mcpu", required_argument, NULL, OPTION_PART},
++ {NULL, no_argument, NULL, 0}
++};
++
++size_t md_longopts_size = sizeof (md_longopts);
++
++void
++md_show_usage (FILE *stream)
++{
++ fprintf (stream, _("\
++AVR32 options:\n\
++ -march=[arch-name] Select cpu architecture. [Default `all-insn']\n\
++ -mpart=[part-name] Select specific part. [Default `none']\n\
++ --pic Produce Position-Independent Code\n\
++ --no-pic Don't produce Position-Independent Code\n\
++ --linkrelax Produce output suitable for linker relaxing\n\
++ --no-linkrelax Don't produce output suitable for linker relaxing\n"));
++ show_arch_list(stream);
++}
++
++int
++md_parse_option (int c, char *arg ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ switch (c)
++ {
++ case OPTION_ARCH:
++ {
++ int i;
++ char *s = alloca (strlen (arg) + 1);
++
++ {
++ char *t = s;
++ char *arg1 = arg;
++
++ do
++ *t = TOLOWER (*arg1++);
++ while (*t++);
++ }
++
++ /* Add backward compability */
++ if (strcmp ("uc", s)== 0)
++ {
++ as_warn("Deprecated arch `%s' specified. "
++ "Please use '-march=ucr1' instead. "
++ "Converting to arch 'ucr1'\n",
++ s);
++ s="ucr1";
++ }
++
++ for (i = 0; arch_types[i].name; ++i)
++ if (strcmp (arch_types[i].name, s) == 0)
++ break;
++
++ if (!arch_types[i].name)
++ {
++ show_arch_list (stderr);
++ as_fatal (_("unknown architecture: %s\n"), arg);
++ }
++
++ avr32_arch = &arch_types[i];
++ break;
++ }
++ case OPTION_PART:
++ {
++ int i;
++ char *s = alloca (strlen (arg) + 1);
++ char *t = s;
++ char *p = arg;
++
++ /* If arch type has already been set, don't bother.
++ -march= always overrides -mpart= */
++ if (avr32_arch != &default_arch)
++ break;
++
++ do
++ *t = TOLOWER (*p++);
++ while (*t++);
++
++ for (i = 0; part_types[i].name; ++i)
++ if (strcmp (part_types[i].name, s) == 0)
++ break;
++
++ if (!part_types[i].name)
++ {
++ show_part_list (stderr);
++ as_fatal (_("unknown part: %s\n"), arg);
++ }
++
++ avr32_arch = &arch_types[part_types[i].arch];
++ break;
++ }
++ case OPTION_IAR:
++ avr32_iarcompat = 1;
++ break;
++ case OPTION_PIC:
++ avr32_pic = 1;
++ break;
++ case OPTION_NOPIC:
++ avr32_pic = 0;
++ break;
++ case OPTION_LINKRELAX:
++ linkrelax = 1;
++ break;
++ case OPTION_NOLINKRELAX:
++ linkrelax = 0;
++ break;
++ default:
++ return 0;
++ }
++ return 1;
++}
++
++/* Can't use symbol_new here, so have to create a symbol and then at
++ a later date assign it a value. Thats what these functions do.
++
++ Shamelessly stolen from ARM. */
++
++static void
++symbol_locate (symbolS * symbolP,
++ const char * name, /* It is copied, the caller can modify. */
++ segT segment, /* Segment identifier (SEG_<something>). */
++ valueT valu, /* Symbol value. */
++ fragS * frag) /* Associated fragment. */
++{
++ unsigned int name_length;
++ char * preserved_copy_of_name;
++
++ name_length = strlen (name) + 1; /* +1 for \0. */
++ obstack_grow (&notes, name, name_length);
++ preserved_copy_of_name = obstack_finish (&notes);
++#ifdef STRIP_UNDERSCORE
++ if (preserved_copy_of_name[0] == '_')
++ preserved_copy_of_name++;
++#endif
++
++#ifdef tc_canonicalize_symbol_name
++ preserved_copy_of_name =
++ tc_canonicalize_symbol_name (preserved_copy_of_name);
++#endif
++
++ S_SET_NAME (symbolP, preserved_copy_of_name);
++
++ S_SET_SEGMENT (symbolP, segment);
++ S_SET_VALUE (symbolP, valu);
++ symbol_clear_list_pointers (symbolP);
++
++ symbol_set_frag (symbolP, frag);
++
++ /* Link to end of symbol chain. */
++ {
++ extern int symbol_table_frozen;
++
++ if (symbol_table_frozen)
++ abort ();
++ }
++
++ symbol_append (symbolP, symbol_lastP, & symbol_rootP, & symbol_lastP);
++
++ obj_symbol_new_hook (symbolP);
++
++#ifdef tc_symbol_new_hook
++ tc_symbol_new_hook (symbolP);
++#endif
++
++#ifdef DEBUG_SYMS
++ verify_symbol_chain (symbol_rootP, symbol_lastP);
++#endif /* DEBUG_SYMS */
++}
++
++struct cpool_entry
++{
++ int refcount;
++ offsetT offset;
++ expressionS exp;
++};
++
++struct cpool
++{
++ struct cpool *next;
++ int used;
++ struct cpool_entry *literals;
++ unsigned int padding;
++ unsigned int next_free_entry;
++ unsigned int id;
++ symbolS *symbol;
++ segT section;
++ subsegT sub_section;
++};
++
++struct cpool *cpool_list = NULL;
++
++static struct cpool *
++find_cpool(segT section, subsegT sub_section)
++{
++ struct cpool *pool;
++
++ for (pool = cpool_list; pool != NULL; pool = pool->next)
++ {
++ if (!pool->used
++ && pool->section == section
++ && pool->sub_section == sub_section)
++ break;
++ }
++
++ return pool;
++}
++
++static struct cpool *
++find_or_make_cpool(segT section, subsegT sub_section)
++{
++ static unsigned int next_cpool_id = 0;
++ struct cpool *pool;
++
++ pool = find_cpool(section, sub_section);
++
++ if (!pool)
++ {
++ pool = xmalloc(sizeof(*pool));
++ if (!pool)
++ return NULL;
++
++ pool->used = 0;
++ pool->literals = NULL;
++ pool->padding = 0;
++ pool->next_free_entry = 0;
++ pool->section = section;
++ pool->sub_section = sub_section;
++ pool->next = cpool_list;
++ pool->symbol = NULL;
++
++ cpool_list = pool;
++ }
++
++ /* NULL symbol means that the pool is new or has just been emptied. */
++ if (!pool->symbol)
++ {
++ pool->symbol = symbol_create(FAKE_LABEL_NAME, undefined_section,
++ 0, &zero_address_frag);
++ pool->id = next_cpool_id++;
++ }
++
++ return pool;
++}
++
++static struct cpool *
++add_to_cpool(expressionS *exp, unsigned int *index, int ref)
++{
++ struct cpool *pool;
++ unsigned int entry;
++
++ pool = find_or_make_cpool(now_seg, now_subseg);
++
++ /* Check if this constant is already in the pool. */
++ for (entry = 0; entry < pool->next_free_entry; entry++)
++ {
++ if ((pool->literals[entry].exp.X_op == exp->X_op)
++ && (exp->X_op == O_constant)
++ && (pool->literals[entry].exp.X_add_number
++ == exp->X_add_number)
++ && (pool->literals[entry].exp.X_unsigned
++ == exp->X_unsigned))
++ break;
++
++ if ((pool->literals[entry].exp.X_op == exp->X_op)
++ && (exp->X_op == O_symbol)
++ && (pool->literals[entry].exp.X_add_number
++ == exp->X_add_number)
++ && (pool->literals[entry].exp.X_add_symbol
++ == exp->X_add_symbol)
++ && (pool->literals[entry].exp.X_op_symbol
++ == exp->X_op_symbol))
++ break;
++ }
++
++ /* Create an entry if we didn't find a match */
++ if (entry == pool->next_free_entry)
++ {
++ pool->literals = xrealloc(pool->literals,
++ sizeof(struct cpool_entry) * (entry + 1));
++ pool->literals[entry].exp = *exp;
++ pool->literals[entry].refcount = 0;
++ pool->next_free_entry++;
++ }
++
++ if (index)
++ *index = entry;
++ if (ref)
++ pool->literals[entry].refcount++;
++
++ return pool;
++}
++
++struct avr32_operand
++{
++ int id;
++ int is_signed;
++ int is_pcrel;
++ int align_order;
++ int (*match)(char *str);
++ void (*parse)(const struct avr32_operand *op, char *str, int opindex);
++};
++
++static int
++match_anything(char *str ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ return 1;
++}
++
++static int
++match_intreg(char *str)
++{
++ int regid, ret = 1;
++
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(str);
++ if (regid < 0)
++ ret = 0;
++
++ pr_debug("match_intreg: `%s': %d\n", str, ret);
++
++ return ret;
++}
++
++static int
++match_intreg_predec(char *str)
++{
++ int regid;
++
++ if (str[0] != '-' || str[1] != '-')
++ return 0;
++
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(str + 2);
++ if (regid < 0)
++ return 0;
++
++ return 1;
++}
++
++static int
++match_intreg_postinc(char *str)
++{
++ int regid, ret = 1;
++ char *p, c;
++
++ for (p = str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == '+')
++ break;
++
++ if (p[0] != '+' || p[1] != '+')
++ return 0;
++
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(str);
++ if (regid < 0)
++ ret = 0;
++
++ *p = c;
++ return ret;
++}
++
++static int
++match_intreg_lsl(char *str)
++{
++ int regid, ret = 1;
++ char *p, c;
++
++ for (p = str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == '<')
++ break;
++
++ if (p[0] && p[1] != '<')
++ return 0;
++
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(str);
++ if (regid < 0)
++ ret = 0;
++
++ *p = c;
++ return ret;
++}
++
++static int
++match_intreg_lsr(char *str)
++{
++ int regid, ret = 1;
++ char *p, c;
++
++ for (p = str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == '>')
++ break;
++
++ if (p[0] && p[1] != '>')
++ return 0;
++
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(str);
++ if (regid < 0)
++ ret = 0;
++
++ *p = c;
++ return ret;
++}
++
++static int
++match_intreg_part(char *str)
++{
++ int regid, ret = 1;
++ char *p, c;
++
++ for (p = str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == ':')
++ break;
++
++ if (p[0] != ':' || !ISPRINT(p[1]) || p[2] != '\0')
++ return 0;
++
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(str);
++ if (regid < 0)
++ ret = 0;
++
++ *p = c;
++
++ return ret;
++}
++
++#define match_intreg_disp match_anything
++
++static int
++match_intreg_index(char *str)
++{
++ int regid, ret = 1;
++ char *p, *end, c;
++
++ for (p = str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == '[')
++ break;
++
++ /* don't allow empty displacement here (it makes no sense) */
++ if (p[0] != '[')
++ return 0;
++
++ for (end = p + 1; *end; end++) ;
++ if (*(--end) != ']')
++ return 0;
++
++ c = *end, *end = 0;
++ if (!match_intreg_lsl(p + 1))
++ ret = 0;
++ *end = c;
++
++ if (ret)
++ {
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(str);
++ if (regid < 0)
++ ret = 0;
++ *p = c;
++ }
++
++ return ret;
++}
++
++static int
++match_intreg_xindex(char *str)
++{
++ int regid, ret = 1;
++ char *p, *end, c;
++
++ for (p = str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == '[')
++ break;
++
++ /* empty displacement makes no sense here either */
++ if (p[0] != '[')
++ return 0;
++
++ for (end = p + 1; *end; end++)
++ if (*end == '<')
++ break;
++
++ if (!streq(end, "<<2]"))
++ return 0;
++
++ c = *end, *end = 0;
++ if (!match_intreg_part(p + 1))
++ ret = 0;
++ *end = c;
++
++ if (ret)
++ {
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(str);
++ if (regid < 0)
++ ret = 0;
++ *p = c;
++ }
++
++ return ret;
++}
++
++/* The PC_UDISP_W operator may show up as a label or as a pc[disp]
++ expression. So there's no point in attempting to match this... */
++#define match_pc_disp match_anything
++
++static int
++match_sp(char *str)
++{
++ /* SP in any form will do */
++ return avr32_parse_intreg(str) == AVR32_REG_SP;
++}
++
++static int
++match_sp_disp(char *str)
++{
++ int regid, ret = 1;
++ char *p, c;
++
++ for (p = str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == '[')
++ break;
++
++ /* allow empty displacement, meaning zero */
++ if (p[0] == '[')
++ {
++ char *end;
++ for (end = p + 1; *end; end++) ;
++ if (end[-1] != ']')
++ return 0;
++ }
++
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(str);
++ if (regid != AVR32_REG_SP)
++ ret = 0;
++
++ *p = c;
++ return ret;
++}
++
++static int
++match_cpno(char *str)
++{
++ if (strncasecmp(str, "cp", 2) != 0)
++ return 0;
++ return 1;
++}
++
++static int
++match_cpreg(char *str)
++{
++ if (strncasecmp(str, "cr", 2) != 0)
++ return 0;
++ return 1;
++}
++
++/* We allow complex expressions, and register names may show up as
++ symbols. Just make sure immediate expressions are always matched
++ last. */
++#define match_const match_anything
++#define match_jmplabel match_anything
++#define match_number match_anything
++
++/* Mnemonics that take reglists never accept anything else */
++#define match_reglist8 match_anything
++#define match_reglist9 match_anything
++#define match_reglist16 match_anything
++#define match_reglist_ldm match_anything
++#define match_reglist_cp8 match_anything
++#define match_reglist_cpd8 match_anything
++
++/* Ditto for retval, jospinc and mcall */
++#define match_retval match_anything
++#define match_jospinc match_anything
++#define match_mcall match_anything
++
++/* COH is used to select between two different syntaxes */
++static int
++match_coh(char *str)
++{
++ return strcasecmp(str, "coh") == 0;
++}
++
++static int
++match_fpreg(char *str)
++{
++ unsigned long regid;
++ char *endptr;
++
++ if ((str[0] != 'f' && str[0] != 'F')
++ || (str[1] != 'r' && str[1] != 'R'))
++ return 0;
++
++ str += 2;
++ regid = strtoul(str, &endptr, 10);
++ if (!*str || *endptr)
++ return 0;
++
++ return 1;
++}
++
++static int
++match_picoreg(char *str)
++{
++ int regid;
++
++ regid = avr32_parse_picoreg(str);
++ if (regid < 0)
++ return 0;
++ return 1;
++}
++
++#define match_pico_reglist_w match_anything
++#define match_pico_reglist_d match_anything
++
++static int
++match_pico_in(char *str)
++{
++ unsigned long regid;
++ char *end;
++
++ if (strncasecmp(str, "in", 2) != 0)
++ return 0;
++
++ str += 2;
++ regid = strtoul(str, &end, 10);
++ if (!*str || *end)
++ return 0;
++
++ return 1;
++}
++
++static int
++match_pico_out0(char *str)
++{
++ if (strcasecmp(str, "out0") != 0)
++ return 0;
++ return 1;
++}
++
++static int
++match_pico_out1(char *str)
++{
++ if (strcasecmp(str, "out1") != 0)
++ return 0;
++ return 1;
++}
++
++static int
++match_pico_out2(char *str)
++{
++ if (strcasecmp(str, "out2") != 0)
++ return 0;
++ return 1;
++}
++
++static int
++match_pico_out3(char *str)
++{
++ if (strcasecmp(str, "out3") != 0)
++ return 0;
++ return 1;
++}
++
++static void parse_nothing(const struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ char *str ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ /* Do nothing (this is used for "match-only" operands like COH) */
++}
++
++static void
++parse_const(const struct avr32_operand *op, char *str,
++ int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ expressionS *exp = &current_insn.immediate;
++ expressionS *sym_exp;
++ int slot;
++ char *save;
++
++ pr_debug("parse_const: `%s' (signed: %d, pcrel: %d, align: %d)\n",
++ str, op->is_signed, op->is_pcrel, op->align_order);
++
++ save = input_line_pointer;
++ input_line_pointer = str;
++
++ expression(exp);
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].align_order = op->align_order;
++ current_insn.pcrel = op->is_pcrel;
++
++ switch (exp->X_op)
++ {
++ case O_illegal:
++ as_bad(_("illegal operand"));
++ break;
++ case O_absent:
++ as_bad(_("missing operand"));
++ break;
++ case O_constant:
++ pr_debug(" -> constant: %ld\n", (long)exp->X_add_number);
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = exp->X_add_number;
++ break;
++ case O_uminus:
++ pr_debug(" -> uminus\n");
++ sym_exp = symbol_get_value_expression(exp->X_add_symbol);
++ switch (sym_exp->X_op) {
++ case O_subtract:
++ pr_debug(" -> subtract: switching operands\n");
++ exp->X_op_symbol = sym_exp->X_add_symbol;
++ exp->X_add_symbol = sym_exp->X_op_symbol;
++ exp->X_op = O_subtract;
++ /* TODO: Remove the old X_add_symbol */
++ break;
++ default:
++ as_bad(_("Expression too complex\n"));
++ break;
++ }
++ break;
++#if 0
++ case O_subtract:
++ /* Any expression subtracting a symbol from the current section
++ can be made PC-relative by adding the right offset. */
++ if (S_GET_SEGMENT(exp->X_op_symbol) == now_seg)
++ current_insn.pcrel = TRUE;
++ pr_debug(" -> subtract: pcrel? %s\n",
++ current_insn.pcrel ? "yes" : "no");
++ /* fall through */
++#endif
++ default:
++ pr_debug(" -> (%p <%d> %p + %d)\n",
++ exp->X_add_symbol, exp->X_op, exp->X_op_symbol,
++ exp->X_add_number);
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = 0;
++ break;
++ }
++
++ input_line_pointer = save;
++}
++
++static void
++parse_jmplabel(const struct avr32_operand *op, char *str,
++ int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ expressionS *exp = &current_insn.immediate;
++ int slot;
++ char *save;
++
++ pr_debug("parse_jmplabel: `%s' (signed: %d, pcrel: %d, align: %d)\n",
++ str, op->is_signed, op->is_pcrel, op->align_order);
++
++ save = input_line_pointer;
++ input_line_pointer = str;
++
++ expression(exp);
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].align_order = op->align_order;
++ current_insn.pcrel = TRUE;
++
++ switch (exp->X_op)
++ {
++ case O_illegal:
++ as_bad(_("illegal operand"));
++ break;
++ case O_absent:
++ as_bad(_("missing operand"));
++ break;
++ case O_constant:
++ pr_debug(" -> constant: %ld\n", (long)exp->X_add_number);
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = exp->X_add_number;
++ current_insn.pcrel = 0;
++ break;
++ default:
++ pr_debug(" -> (%p <%d> %p + %d)\n",
++ exp->X_add_symbol, exp->X_op, exp->X_op_symbol,
++ exp->X_add_number);
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = 0;
++ break;
++ }
++
++ input_line_pointer = save;
++}
++
++static void
++parse_intreg(const struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ char *str, int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ int regid, slot;
++
++ pr_debug("parse_intreg: `%s'\n", str);
++
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(str);
++ assert(regid >= 0);
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = regid;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].align_order = op->align_order;
++}
++
++static void
++parse_intreg_predec(const struct avr32_operand *op, char *str, int opindex)
++{
++ parse_intreg(op, str + 2, opindex);
++}
++
++static void
++parse_intreg_postinc(const struct avr32_operand *op, char *str, int opindex)
++{
++ char *p, c;
++
++ pr_debug("parse_intreg_postinc: `%s'\n", str);
++
++ for (p = str; *p != '+'; p++) ;
++
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++ parse_intreg(op, str, opindex);
++ *p = c;
++}
++
++static void
++parse_intreg_shift(const struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ char *str, int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ int regid, slot, shift = 0;
++ char *p, c;
++ char shiftop;
++
++ pr_debug("parse Ry<<sa: `%s'\n", str);
++
++ for (p = str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == '<' || *p == '>')
++ break;
++
++ shiftop = *p;
++
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(str);
++ assert(regid >= 0);
++ *p = c;
++
++ if (c)
++ {
++ if (p[0] != shiftop || p[1] != shiftop)
++ as_bad(_("expected shift operator in `%s'"), p);
++ else
++ {
++ expressionS exp;
++ char *saved;
++
++ saved = input_line_pointer;
++ input_line_pointer = p + 2;
++ expression(&exp);
++ input_line_pointer = saved;
++
++ if (exp.X_op != O_constant)
++ as_bad(_("shift amount must be a numeric constant"));
++ else
++ shift = exp.X_add_number;
++ }
++ }
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = regid;
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = shift;
++}
++
++/* The match() function selected the right opcode, so it doesn't
++ matter which way we shift any more. */
++#define parse_intreg_lsl parse_intreg_shift
++#define parse_intreg_lsr parse_intreg_shift
++
++static void
++parse_intreg_part(const struct avr32_operand *op, char *str,
++ int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ static const char bparts[] = { 'b', 'l', 'u', 't' };
++ static const char hparts[] = { 'b', 't' };
++ unsigned int slot, sel;
++ int regid;
++ char *p, c;
++
++ pr_debug("parse reg:part `%s'\n", str);
++
++ for (p = str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == ':')
++ break;
++
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(str);
++ assert(regid >= 0);
++ *p = c;
++
++ assert(c == ':');
++
++ if (op->align_order)
++ {
++ for (sel = 0; sel < sizeof(hparts); sel++)
++ if (TOLOWER(p[1]) == hparts[sel])
++ break;
++
++ if (sel >= sizeof(hparts))
++ {
++ as_bad(_("invalid halfword selector `%c' (must be either b or t)"),
++ p[1]);
++ sel = 0;
++ }
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ for (sel = 0; sel < sizeof(bparts); sel++)
++ if (TOLOWER(p[1]) == bparts[sel])
++ break;
++
++ if (sel >= sizeof(bparts))
++ {
++ as_bad(_("invalid byte selector `%c' (must be one of b,l,u,t)"),
++ p[1]);
++ sel = 0;
++ }
++ }
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = regid;
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = sel;
++}
++
++/* This is the parser for "Rp[displacement]" expressions. In addition
++ to the "official" syntax, we accept a label as a replacement for
++ the register expression. This syntax implies Rp=PC and the
++ displacement is the pc-relative distance to the label. */
++static void
++parse_intreg_disp(const struct avr32_operand *op, char *str, int opindex)
++{
++ expressionS *exp = &current_insn.immediate;
++ int slot, regid;
++ char *save, *p, c;
++
++ pr_debug("parse_intreg_disp: `%s' (signed: %d, pcrel: %d, align: %d)\n",
++ str, op->is_signed, op->is_pcrel, op->align_order);
++
++ for (p = str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == '[')
++ break;
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++
++ /* First, check if we have a valid register either before '[' or as
++ the sole expression. If so, we use the Rp[disp] syntax. */
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(str);
++ *p = c;
++
++ if (regid >= 0)
++ {
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = regid;
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].align_order = op->align_order;
++
++ if (c == '[')
++ {
++ save = input_line_pointer;
++ input_line_pointer = p + 1;
++
++ expression(exp);
++
++ if (*input_line_pointer != ']')
++ as_bad(_("junk after displacement expression"));
++
++ input_line_pointer = save;
++
++ switch (exp->X_op)
++ {
++ case O_illegal:
++ as_bad(_("illegal displacement expression"));
++ break;
++ case O_absent:
++ as_bad(_("missing displacement expression"));
++ break;
++ case O_constant:
++ pr_debug(" -> constant: %ld\n", exp->X_add_number);
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = exp->X_add_number;
++ break;
++#if 0
++ case O_subtract:
++ if (S_GET_SEGMENT(exp->X_op_symbol) == now_seg)
++ current_insn.pcrel = TRUE;
++ pr_debug(" -> subtract: pcrel? %s\n",
++ current_insn.pcrel ? "yes" : "no");
++ /* fall through */
++#endif
++ default:
++ pr_debug(" -> (%p <%d> %p + %d)\n",
++ exp->X_add_symbol, exp->X_op, exp->X_op_symbol,
++ exp->X_add_number);
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = 0;
++ }
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ exp->X_op = O_constant;
++ exp->X_add_number = 0;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = 0;
++ }
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ /* Didn't find a valid register. Try parsing it as a label. */
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = AVR32_REG_PC;
++ parse_jmplabel(op, str, opindex);
++ }
++}
++
++static void
++parse_intreg_index(const struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ char *str, int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ int slot, regid;
++ char *p, *end, c;
++
++ for (p = str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == '[')
++ break;
++
++ assert(*p);
++
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(str);
++ assert(regid >= 0);
++ *p = c;
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = regid;
++
++ p++;
++ for (end = p; *end; end++)
++ if (*end == ']' || *end == '<')
++ break;
++
++ assert(*end);
++
++ c = *end, *end = 0;
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(p);
++ assert(regid >= 0);
++ *end = c;
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = regid;
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = 0;
++
++ if (*end == '<')
++ {
++ expressionS exp;
++ char *save;
++
++ p = end + 2;
++ for (end = p; *end; end++)
++ if (*end == ']')
++ break;
++
++ assert(*end == ']');
++
++ c = *end, *end = 0;
++ save = input_line_pointer;
++ input_line_pointer = p;
++ expression(&exp);
++
++ if (*input_line_pointer)
++ as_bad(_("junk after shift expression"));
++
++ *end = c;
++ input_line_pointer = save;
++
++ if (exp.X_op == O_constant)
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = exp.X_add_number;
++ else
++ as_bad(_("shift expression too complex"));
++ }
++}
++
++static void
++parse_intreg_xindex(const struct avr32_operand *op, char *str, int opindex)
++{
++ int slot, regid;
++ char *p, *end, c;
++
++ for (p = str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == '[')
++ break;
++
++ assert(*p);
++
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(str);
++ assert(regid >= 0);
++ *p = c;
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = regid;
++
++ p++;
++ for (end = p; *end; end++)
++ if (*end == '<')
++ break;
++
++ assert(*end);
++
++ c = *end, *end = 0;
++ parse_intreg_part(op, p, opindex);
++ *end = c;
++}
++
++static void
++parse_pc_disp(const struct avr32_operand *op, char *str, int opindex)
++{
++ char *p, c;
++
++ for (p = str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == '[')
++ break;
++
++ /* The lddpc instruction comes in two different syntax variants:
++ lddpc reg, expression
++ lddpc reg, pc[disp]
++ If the operand contains a '[', we use the second form. */
++ if (*p)
++ {
++ int regid;
++
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(str);
++ *p = c;
++ if (regid == AVR32_REG_PC)
++ {
++ char *end;
++
++ for (end = ++p; *end; end++) ;
++ if (*(--end) != ']')
++ as_bad(_("unrecognized form of instruction: `%s'"), str);
++ else
++ {
++ c = *end, *end = 0;
++ parse_const(op, p, opindex);
++ *end = c;
++ current_insn.pcrel = 0;
++ }
++ }
++ else
++ as_bad(_("unrecognized form of instruction: `%s'"), str);
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ parse_jmplabel(op, str, opindex);
++ }
++}
++
++static void parse_sp(const struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ char *str ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ int slot;
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = AVR32_REG_SP;
++}
++
++static void
++parse_sp_disp(const struct avr32_operand *op, char *str, int opindex)
++{
++ char *p, c;
++
++ for (; *str; str++)
++ if (*str == '[')
++ break;
++
++ assert(*str);
++
++ for (p = ++str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == ']')
++ break;
++
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++ parse_const(op, str, opindex);
++ *p = c;
++}
++
++static void
++parse_cpno(const struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, char *str,
++ int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ int slot;
++
++ str += 2;
++ if (*str == '#')
++ str++;
++ if (*str < '0' || *str > '7' || str[1])
++ as_bad(_("invalid coprocessor `%s'"), str);
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = *str - '0';
++}
++
++static void
++parse_cpreg(const struct avr32_operand *op, char *str,
++ int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ unsigned int crid;
++ int slot;
++ char *endptr;
++
++ str += 2;
++ crid = strtoul(str, &endptr, 10);
++ if (*endptr || crid > 15 || crid & ((1 << op->align_order) - 1))
++ as_bad(_("invalid coprocessor register `%s'"), str);
++
++ crid >>= op->align_order;
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = crid;
++}
++
++static void
++parse_number(const struct avr32_operand *op, char *str,
++ int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ expressionS exp;
++ int slot;
++ char *save;
++
++ save = input_line_pointer;
++ input_line_pointer = str;
++ expression(&exp);
++ input_line_pointer = save;
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].align_order = op->align_order;
++
++ if (exp.X_op == O_constant)
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = exp.X_add_number;
++ else
++ as_bad(_("invalid numeric expression `%s'"), str);
++}
++
++static void
++parse_reglist8(const struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ char *str, int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ unsigned long regmask;
++ unsigned long value = 0;
++ int slot;
++ char *tail;
++
++ regmask = avr32_parse_reglist(str, &tail);
++ if (*tail)
++ as_bad(_("invalid register list `%s'"), str);
++ else
++ {
++ if (avr32_make_regmask8(regmask, &value))
++ as_bad(_("register list `%s' doesn't fit"), str);
++ }
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = value;
++}
++
++static int
++parse_reglist_tail(char *str, unsigned long regmask)
++{
++ expressionS exp;
++ char *save, *p, c;
++ int regid;
++
++ for (p = str + 1; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == '=')
++ break;
++
++ if (!*p)
++ {
++ as_bad(_("invalid register list `%s'"), str);
++ return -2;
++ }
++
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(str);
++ *p = c;
++
++ if (regid != 12)
++ {
++ as_bad(_("invalid register list `%s'"), str);
++ return -2;
++ }
++
++ /* If we have an assignment, we must pop PC and we must _not_
++ pop LR or R12 */
++ if (!(regmask & (1 << AVR32_REG_PC)))
++ {
++ as_bad(_("return value specified for non-return instruction"));
++ return -2;
++ }
++ else if (regmask & ((1 << AVR32_REG_R12) | (1 << AVR32_REG_LR)))
++ {
++ as_bad(_("can't pop LR or R12 when specifying return value"));
++ return -2;
++ }
++
++ save = input_line_pointer;
++ input_line_pointer = p + 1;
++ expression(&exp);
++ input_line_pointer = save;
++
++ if (exp.X_op != O_constant
++ || exp.X_add_number < -1
++ || exp.X_add_number > 1)
++ {
++ as_bad(_("invalid return value `%s'"), str);
++ return -2;
++ }
++
++ return exp.X_add_number;
++}
++
++static void
++parse_reglist9(const struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ char *str, int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ unsigned long regmask;
++ unsigned long value = 0, kbit = 0;
++ int slot;
++ char *tail;
++
++ regmask = avr32_parse_reglist(str, &tail);
++ /* printf("parsed reglist16: %04lx, tail: `%s'\n", regmask, tail); */
++ if (*tail)
++ {
++ int retval;
++
++ retval = parse_reglist_tail(tail, regmask);
++
++ switch (retval)
++ {
++ case -1:
++ regmask |= 1 << AVR32_REG_LR;
++ break;
++ case 0:
++ break;
++ case 1:
++ regmask |= 1 << AVR32_REG_R12;
++ break;
++ default:
++ break;
++ }
++
++ kbit = 1;
++ }
++
++ if (avr32_make_regmask8(regmask, &value))
++ as_bad(_("register list `%s' doesn't fit"), str);
++
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = (value << 1) | kbit;
++}
++
++static void
++parse_reglist16(const struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ char *str, int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ unsigned long regmask;
++ int slot;
++ char *tail;
++
++ regmask = avr32_parse_reglist(str, &tail);
++ if (*tail)
++ as_bad(_("invalid register list `%s'"), str);
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = regmask;
++}
++
++static void
++parse_reglist_ldm(const struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ char *str, int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ unsigned long regmask;
++ int slot, rp, w_bit = 0;
++ char *tail, *p, c;
++
++ for (p = str; *p && *p != ','; p++)
++ if (*p == '+')
++ break;
++
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++ rp = avr32_parse_intreg(str);
++ *p = c;
++ if (rp < 0)
++ {
++ as_bad(_("invalid destination register in `%s'"), str);
++ return;
++ }
++
++ if (p[0] == '+' && p[1] == '+')
++ {
++ w_bit = 1;
++ p += 2;
++ }
++
++ if (*p != ',')
++ {
++ as_bad(_("expected `,' after destination register in `%s'"), str);
++ return;
++ }
++
++ str = p + 1;
++ regmask = avr32_parse_reglist(str, &tail);
++ if (*tail)
++ {
++ int retval;
++
++ if (rp != AVR32_REG_SP)
++ {
++ as_bad(_("junk at end of line: `%s'"), tail);
++ return;
++ }
++
++ rp = AVR32_REG_PC;
++
++ retval = parse_reglist_tail(tail, regmask);
++
++ switch (retval)
++ {
++ case -1:
++ regmask |= 1 << AVR32_REG_LR;
++ break;
++ case 0:
++ break;
++ case 1:
++ regmask |= 1 << AVR32_REG_R12;
++ break;
++ default:
++ return;
++ }
++ }
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = rp;
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = w_bit;
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = regmask;
++}
++
++static void
++parse_reglist_cp8(const struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ char *str, int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ unsigned long regmask;
++ int slot, h_bit = 0;
++ char *tail;
++
++ regmask = avr32_parse_cpreglist(str, &tail);
++ if (*tail)
++ as_bad(_("junk at end of line: `%s'"), tail);
++ else if (regmask & 0xffUL)
++ {
++ if (regmask & 0xff00UL)
++ as_bad(_("register list `%s' doesn't fit"), str);
++ regmask &= 0xff;
++ }
++ else if (regmask & 0xff00UL)
++ {
++ regmask >>= 8;
++ h_bit = 1;
++ }
++ else
++ as_warn(_("register list is empty"));
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = regmask;
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = h_bit;
++}
++
++static void
++parse_reglist_cpd8(const struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ char *str, int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ unsigned long regmask, regmask_d = 0;
++ int slot, i;
++ char *tail;
++
++ regmask = avr32_parse_cpreglist(str, &tail);
++ if (*tail)
++ as_bad(_("junk at end of line: `%s'"), tail);
++
++ for (i = 0; i < 8; i++)
++ {
++ if (regmask & 1)
++ {
++ if (!(regmask & 2))
++ {
++ as_bad(_("register list `%s' doesn't fit"), str);
++ break;
++ }
++ regmask_d |= 1 << i;
++ }
++ else if (regmask & 2)
++ {
++ as_bad(_("register list `%s' doesn't fit"), str);
++ break;
++ }
++
++ regmask >>= 2;
++ }
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = regmask_d;
++}
++
++static void
++parse_retval(const struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ char *str, int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ int regid, slot;
++
++ regid = avr32_parse_intreg(str);
++ if (regid < 0)
++ {
++ expressionS exp;
++ char *save;
++
++ regid = 0;
++
++ save = input_line_pointer;
++ input_line_pointer = str;
++ expression(&exp);
++ input_line_pointer = save;
++
++ if (exp.X_op != O_constant)
++ as_bad(_("invalid return value `%s'"), str);
++ else
++ switch (exp.X_add_number)
++ {
++ case -1:
++ regid = AVR32_REG_LR;
++ break;
++ case 0:
++ regid = AVR32_REG_SP;
++ break;
++ case 1:
++ regid = AVR32_REG_PC;
++ break;
++ default:
++ as_bad(_("invalid return value `%s'"), str);
++ break;
++ }
++ }
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = regid;
++}
++
++#define parse_mcall parse_intreg_disp
++
++static void
++parse_jospinc(const struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ char *str, int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ expressionS exp;
++ int slot;
++ char *save;
++
++ save = input_line_pointer;
++ input_line_pointer = str;
++ expression(&exp);
++ input_line_pointer = save;
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++
++ if (exp.X_op == O_constant)
++ {
++ if (exp.X_add_number > 0)
++ exp.X_add_number--;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = exp.X_add_number;
++ }
++ else
++ as_bad(_("invalid numeric expression `%s'"), str);
++}
++
++#define parse_coh parse_nothing
++
++static void
++parse_fpreg(const struct avr32_operand *op,
++ char *str, int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ unsigned long regid;
++ int slot;
++
++ regid = strtoul(str + 2, NULL, 10);
++
++ if ((regid >= 16) || (regid & ((1 << op->align_order) - 1)))
++ as_bad(_("invalid floating-point register `%s'"), str);
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = regid;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].align_order = op->align_order;
++}
++
++static void
++parse_picoreg(const struct avr32_operand *op,
++ char *str, int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ unsigned long regid;
++ int slot;
++
++ regid = avr32_parse_picoreg(str);
++ if (regid & ((1 << op->align_order) - 1))
++ as_bad(_("invalid double-word PiCo register `%s'"), str);
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = regid;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].align_order = op->align_order;
++}
++
++static void
++parse_pico_reglist_w(const struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ char *str, int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ unsigned long regmask;
++ int slot, h_bit = 0;
++ char *tail;
++
++ regmask = avr32_parse_pico_reglist(str, &tail);
++ if (*tail)
++ as_bad(_("junk at end of line: `%s'"), tail);
++
++ if (regmask & 0x00ffUL)
++ {
++ if (regmask & 0xff00UL)
++ as_bad(_("register list `%s' doesn't fit"), str);
++ regmask &= 0x00ffUL;
++ }
++ else if (regmask & 0xff00UL)
++ {
++ regmask >>= 8;
++ h_bit = 1;
++ }
++ else
++ as_warn(_("register list is empty"));
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = regmask;
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = h_bit;
++}
++
++static void
++parse_pico_reglist_d(const struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ char *str, int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ unsigned long regmask, regmask_d = 0;
++ int slot, i;
++ char *tail;
++
++ regmask = avr32_parse_pico_reglist(str, &tail);
++ if (*tail)
++ as_bad(_("junk at end of line: `%s'"), tail);
++
++ for (i = 0; i < 8; i++)
++ {
++ if (regmask & 1)
++ {
++ if (!(regmask & 2))
++ {
++ as_bad(_("register list `%s' doesn't fit"), str);
++ break;
++ }
++ regmask_d |= 1 << i;
++ }
++ else if (regmask & 2)
++ {
++ as_bad(_("register list `%s' doesn't fit"), str);
++ break;
++ }
++
++ regmask >>= 2;
++ }
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = regmask_d;
++}
++
++static void
++parse_pico_in(const struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ char *str, int opindex ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ unsigned long regid;
++ int slot;
++
++ regid = strtoul(str + 2, NULL, 10);
++
++ if (regid >= 12)
++ as_bad(_("invalid PiCo IN register `%s'"), str);
++
++ slot = current_insn.next_slot++;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].value = regid;
++ current_insn.field_value[slot].align_order = 0;
++}
++
++#define parse_pico_out0 parse_nothing
++#define parse_pico_out1 parse_nothing
++#define parse_pico_out2 parse_nothing
++#define parse_pico_out3 parse_nothing
++
++#define OP(name, sgn, pcrel, align, func) \
++ { AVR32_OPERAND_##name, sgn, pcrel, align, match_##func, parse_##func }
++
++struct avr32_operand avr32_operand_table[] = {
++ OP(INTREG, 0, 0, 0, intreg),
++ OP(INTREG_PREDEC, 0, 0, 0, intreg_predec),
++ OP(INTREG_POSTINC, 0, 0, 0, intreg_postinc),
++ OP(INTREG_LSL, 0, 0, 0, intreg_lsl),
++ OP(INTREG_LSR, 0, 0, 0, intreg_lsr),
++ OP(INTREG_BSEL, 0, 0, 0, intreg_part),
++ OP(INTREG_HSEL, 0, 0, 1, intreg_part),
++ OP(INTREG_SDISP, 1, 0, 0, intreg_disp),
++ OP(INTREG_SDISP_H, 1, 0, 1, intreg_disp),
++ OP(INTREG_SDISP_W, 1, 0, 2, intreg_disp),
++ OP(INTREG_UDISP, 0, 0, 0, intreg_disp),
++ OP(INTREG_UDISP_H, 0, 0, 1, intreg_disp),
++ OP(INTREG_UDISP_W, 0, 0, 2, intreg_disp),
++ OP(INTREG_INDEX, 0, 0, 0, intreg_index),
++ OP(INTREG_XINDEX, 0, 0, 0, intreg_xindex),
++ OP(DWREG, 0, 0, 1, intreg),
++ OP(PC_UDISP_W, 0, 1, 2, pc_disp),
++ OP(SP, 0, 0, 0, sp),
++ OP(SP_UDISP_W, 0, 0, 2, sp_disp),
++ OP(CPNO, 0, 0, 0, cpno),
++ OP(CPREG, 0, 0, 0, cpreg),
++ OP(CPREG_D, 0, 0, 1, cpreg),
++ OP(UNSIGNED_CONST, 0, 0, 0, const),
++ OP(UNSIGNED_CONST_W, 0, 0, 2, const),
++ OP(SIGNED_CONST, 1, 0, 0, const),
++ OP(SIGNED_CONST_W, 1, 0, 2, const),
++ OP(JMPLABEL, 1, 1, 1, jmplabel),
++ OP(UNSIGNED_NUMBER, 0, 0, 0, number),
++ OP(UNSIGNED_NUMBER_W, 0, 0, 2, number),
++ OP(REGLIST8, 0, 0, 0, reglist8),
++ OP(REGLIST9, 0, 0, 0, reglist9),
++ OP(REGLIST16, 0, 0, 0, reglist16),
++ OP(REGLIST_LDM, 0, 0, 0, reglist_ldm),
++ OP(REGLIST_CP8, 0, 0, 0, reglist_cp8),
++ OP(REGLIST_CPD8, 0, 0, 0, reglist_cpd8),
++ OP(RETVAL, 0, 0, 0, retval),
++ OP(MCALL, 1, 0, 2, mcall),
++ OP(JOSPINC, 0, 0, 0, jospinc),
++ OP(COH, 0, 0, 0, coh),
++ OP(FPREG_S, 0, 0, 0, fpreg),
++ OP(FPREG_D, 0, 0, 1, fpreg),
++ OP(PICO_REG_W, 0, 0, 0, picoreg),
++ OP(PICO_REG_D, 0, 0, 1, picoreg),
++ OP(PICO_REGLIST_W, 0, 0, 0, pico_reglist_w),
++ OP(PICO_REGLIST_D, 0, 0, 0, pico_reglist_d),
++ OP(PICO_IN, 0, 0, 0, pico_in),
++ OP(PICO_OUT0, 0, 0, 0, pico_out0),
++ OP(PICO_OUT1, 0, 0, 0, pico_out1),
++ OP(PICO_OUT2, 0, 0, 0, pico_out2),
++ OP(PICO_OUT3, 0, 0, 0, pico_out3),
++};
++
++symbolS *
++md_undefined_symbol (char *name ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ pr_debug("md_undefined_symbol: %s\n", name);
++ return 0;
++}
++
++struct avr32_relax_type
++{
++ long lower_bound;
++ long upper_bound;
++ unsigned char align;
++ unsigned char length;
++ signed short next;
++};
++
++#define EMPTY { 0, 0, 0, 0, -1 }
++#define C(lower, upper, align, next) \
++ { (lower), (upper), (align), 2, AVR32_OPC_##next }
++#define E(lower, upper, align) \
++ { (lower), (upper), (align), 4, -1 }
++
++static const struct avr32_relax_type avr32_relax_table[] =
++ {
++ /* 0 */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ E(0, 65535, 0), E(0, 65535, 0), E(0, 65535, 0), E(0, 65535, 0),
++ EMPTY,
++ /* 16 */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++
++ C(-256, 254, 1, BREQ2), C(-256, 254, 1, BRNE2),
++ C(-256, 254, 1, BRCC2), C(-256, 254, 1, BRCS2),
++ C(-256, 254, 1, BRGE2), C(-256, 254, 1, BRLT2),
++ C(-256, 254, 1, BRMI2), C(-256, 254, 1, BRPL2),
++ E(-2097152, 2097150, 1), E(-2097152, 2097150, 1),
++ E(-2097152, 2097150, 1), E(-2097152, 2097150, 1),
++ /* 32 */
++ E(-2097152, 2097150, 1), E(-2097152, 2097150, 1),
++ E(-2097152, 2097150, 1), E(-2097152, 2097150, 1),
++ E(-2097152, 2097150, 1), E(-2097152, 2097150, 1),
++ E(-2097152, 2097150, 1), E(-2097152, 2097150, 1),
++ E(-2097152, 2097150, 1), E(-2097152, 2097150, 1),
++ E(-2097152, 2097150, 1), E(-2097152, 2097150, 1),
++
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 48 */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++
++ C(-32, 31, 0, CP_W3), E(-1048576, 1048575, 0),
++
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 64: csrfcz */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ E(0, 65535, 0), E(0, 65535, 0),
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ E(-32768, 32767, 0),
++ /* 80: LD_SB2 */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++
++ C(0, 7, 0, LD_UB4), E(-32768, 32767, 0),
++
++ EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY,
++
++ C(0, 14, 1, LD_SH4), E(-32768, 32767, 0),
++
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++
++ C(0, 14, 1, LD_UH4),
++
++ /* 96: LD_UH4 */
++ E(-32768, 32767, 0),
++
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++
++ C(0, 124, 2, LD_W4), E(-32768, 32767, 0),
++
++ E(0, 1020, 2), /* LDC_D1 */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ E(0, 1020, 2), /* LDC_W1 */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ E(0, 16380, 2), /* LDC0_D */
++ E(0, 16380, 2), /* LDC0_W */
++ EMPTY,
++
++ /* 112: LDCM_D_PU */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++
++ C(0, 508, 2, LDDPC_EXT), E(-32768, 32767, 0),
++
++ EMPTY,EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 134: MACHH_W */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ E(-131072, 131068, 2), /* MCALL */
++ E(0, 1020, 2), /* MFDR */
++ E(0, 1020, 2), /* MFSR */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY,
++
++ C(-128, 127, 0, MOV2), E(-1048576, 1048575, 0),
++
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++
++ E(-128, 127, 0), /* MOVEQ2 */
++ E(-128, 127, 0), /* MOVNE2 */
++ E(-128, 127, 0), /* MOVCC2 */
++ E(-128, 127, 0), /* 166: MOVCS2 */
++ E(-128, 127, 0), /* MOVGE2 */
++ E(-128, 127, 0), /* MOVLT2 */
++ E(-128, 127, 0), /* MOVMI2 */
++ E(-128, 127, 0), /* MOVPL2 */
++ E(-128, 127, 0), /* MOVLS2 */
++ E(-128, 127, 0), /* MOVGT2 */
++ E(-128, 127, 0), /* MOVLE2 */
++ E(-128, 127, 0), /* MOVHI2 */
++ E(-128, 127, 0), /* MOVVS2 */
++ E(-128, 127, 0), /* MOVVC2 */
++ E(-128, 127, 0), /* MOVQS2 */
++ E(-128, 127, 0), /* MOVAL2 */
++
++ E(0, 1020, 2), /* MTDR */
++ E(0, 1020, 2), /* MTSR */
++ EMPTY,
++ EMPTY,
++ E(-128, 127, 0), /* MUL3 */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 198: MVCR_W */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ E(0, 65535, 0), E(0, 65535, 0),
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 230: PASR_H */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 262: PUNPCKSB_H */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++
++ C(-1024, 1022, 1, RCALL2), E(-2097152, 2097150, 1),
++
++ EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++
++ C(-1024, 1022, 1, BRAL),
++
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ E(-128, 127, 0), /* RSUB2 */
++ /* 294: SATADD_H */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ E(0, 255, 0), /* SLEEP */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 326: ST_B2 */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ C(0, 7, 0, ST_B4), E(-32768, 32767, 0),
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ E(-32768, 32767, 0),
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ C(0, 14, 1, ST_H4), E(-32768, 32767, 0),
++ EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY,
++ C(0, 60, 2, ST_W4), E(-32768, 32767, 0),
++ E(0, 1020, 2), /* STC_D1 */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ E(0, 1020, 2), /* STC_W1 */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ E(0, 16380, 2), /* STC0_D */
++ E(0, 16380, 2), /* STC0_W */
++
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 358: STDSP */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ E(0, 1020, 2), /* STHH_W1 */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ E(-32768, 32767, 0),
++ C(-512, 508, 2, SUB4),
++ C(-128, 127, 0, SUB4), E(-1048576, 1048576, 0),
++ /* SUB{cond} */
++ E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0),
++ E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0),
++ E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0),
++ E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0),
++ /* SUBF{cond} */
++ E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0),
++ E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0),
++ E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0),
++ E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0),
++ EMPTY,
++
++ /* 406: SWAP_B */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ E(0, 255, 0), /* SYNC */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 414: TST */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, E(-65536, 65535, 2), E(-65536, 65535, 2), E(-65536, 65535, 2), EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 422: RSUB{cond} */
++ E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0),
++ E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0),
++ E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0),
++ E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0), E(-128, 127, 0),
++ /* 436: ADD{cond} */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 454: SUB{cond} */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 472: AND{cond} */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 486: OR{cond} */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 502: EOR{cond} */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 518: LD.w{cond} */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 534: LD.sh{cond} */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 550: LD.uh{cond} */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 566: LD.sb{cond} */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 582: LD.ub{cond} */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 596: ST.w{cond} */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 614: ST.h{cond} */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 630: ST.b{cond} */
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY, EMPTY,
++ /* 646: movh */
++ E(0, 65535, 0)
++ };
++
++#undef E
++#undef C
++#undef EMPTY
++
++#define AVR32_RS_NONE (-1)
++
++#define avr32_rs_size(state) (avr32_relax_table[(state)].length)
++#define avr32_rs_align(state) (avr32_relax_table[(state)].align)
++#define relax_more(state) (avr32_relax_table[(state)].next)
++
++#define opc_initial_substate(opc) ((opc)->id)
++
++static int need_relax(int subtype, offsetT distance)
++{
++ offsetT upper_bound, lower_bound;
++
++ upper_bound = avr32_relax_table[subtype].upper_bound;
++ lower_bound = avr32_relax_table[subtype].lower_bound;
++
++ if (distance & ((1 << avr32_rs_align(subtype)) - 1))
++ return 1;
++ if ((distance > upper_bound) || (distance < lower_bound))
++ return 1;
++
++ return 0;
++}
++
++enum {
++ LDA_SUBTYPE_MOV1,
++ LDA_SUBTYPE_MOV2,
++ LDA_SUBTYPE_SUB,
++ LDA_SUBTYPE_LDDPC,
++ LDA_SUBTYPE_LDW,
++ LDA_SUBTYPE_GOTLOAD,
++ LDA_SUBTYPE_GOTLOAD_LARGE,
++};
++
++enum {
++ CALL_SUBTYPE_RCALL1,
++ CALL_SUBTYPE_RCALL2,
++ CALL_SUBTYPE_MCALL_CP,
++ CALL_SUBTYPE_MCALL_GOT,
++ CALL_SUBTYPE_MCALL_LARGE,
++};
++
++#define LDA_INITIAL_SIZE (avr32_pic ? 4 : 2)
++#define CALL_INITIAL_SIZE 2
++
++#define need_reloc(sym, seg, pcrel) \
++ (!(S_IS_DEFINED(sym) \
++ && ((pcrel && S_GET_SEGMENT(sym) == seg) \
++ || (!pcrel && S_GET_SEGMENT(sym) == absolute_section))) \
++ || S_FORCE_RELOC(sym, 1))
++
++/* Return an initial guess of the length by which a fragment must grow to
++ hold a branch to reach its destination.
++ Also updates fr_type/fr_subtype as necessary.
++
++ Called just before doing relaxation.
++ Any symbol that is now undefined will not become defined.
++ The guess for fr_var is ACTUALLY the growth beyond fr_fix.
++ Whatever we do to grow fr_fix or fr_var contributes to our returned value.
++ Although it may not be explicit in the frag, pretend fr_var starts with a
++ 0 value. */
++
++static int
++avr32_default_estimate_size_before_relax (fragS *fragP, segT segment)
++{
++ int growth = 0;
++
++ assert(fragP);
++ assert(fragP->fr_symbol);
++
++ if (fragP->tc_frag_data.force_extended
++ || need_reloc(fragP->fr_symbol, segment, fragP->tc_frag_data.pcrel))
++ {
++ int largest_state = fragP->fr_subtype;
++ while (relax_more(largest_state) != AVR32_RS_NONE)
++ largest_state = relax_more(largest_state);
++ growth = avr32_rs_size(largest_state) - fragP->fr_var;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ growth = avr32_rs_size(fragP->fr_subtype) - fragP->fr_var;
++ }
++
++ pr_debug("%s:%d: md_estimate_size_before_relax: %d\n",
++ fragP->fr_file, fragP->fr_line, growth);
++
++ return growth;
++}
++
++static int
++avr32_lda_estimate_size_before_relax(fragS *fragP, segT segment ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ return fragP->fr_var - LDA_INITIAL_SIZE;
++}
++
++static int
++avr32_call_estimate_size_before_relax(fragS *fragP, segT segment ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ return fragP->fr_var - CALL_INITIAL_SIZE;
++}
++
++static int
++avr32_cpool_estimate_size_before_relax(fragS *fragP,
++ segT segment ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ return fragP->fr_var;
++}
++
++/* This macro may be defined to relax a frag. GAS will call this with the
++ * segment, the frag, and the change in size of all previous frags;
++ * md_relax_frag should return the change in size of the frag. */
++static long
++avr32_default_relax_frag (segT segment, fragS *fragP, long stretch)
++{
++ int state, next_state;
++ symbolS *symbolP; /* The target symbol */
++ long growth = 0;
++
++ state = next_state = fragP->fr_subtype;
++
++ symbolP = fragP->fr_symbol;
++
++ if (fragP->tc_frag_data.force_extended
++ || need_reloc(symbolP, segment, fragP->tc_frag_data.pcrel))
++ {
++ /* Symbol must be resolved by the linker. Emit the largest
++ possible opcode. */
++ while (relax_more(next_state) != AVR32_RS_NONE)
++ next_state = relax_more(next_state);
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ addressT address; /* The address of fragP */
++ addressT target; /* The address of the target symbol */
++ offsetT distance; /* The distance between the insn and the symbol */
++ fragS *sym_frag;
++
++ address = fragP->fr_address;
++ target = fragP->fr_offset;
++ symbolP = fragP->fr_symbol;
++ sym_frag = symbol_get_frag(symbolP);
++
++ address += fragP->fr_fix - fragP->fr_var;
++ target += S_GET_VALUE(symbolP);
++
++ if (stretch != 0
++ && sym_frag->relax_marker != fragP->relax_marker
++ && S_GET_SEGMENT(symbolP) == segment)
++ /* if it was correctly aligned before, make sure it stays aligned */
++ target += stretch & (~0UL << avr32_rs_align(state));
++
++ if (fragP->tc_frag_data.pcrel)
++ distance = target - (address & (~0UL << avr32_rs_align(state)));
++ else
++ distance = target;
++
++ pr_debug("%s:%d: relax more? 0x%x - 0x%x = 0x%x (%d), align %d\n",
++ fragP->fr_file, fragP->fr_line, target, address,
++ distance, distance, avr32_rs_align(state));
++
++ if (need_relax(state, distance))
++ {
++ if (relax_more(state) != AVR32_RS_NONE)
++ next_state = relax_more(state);
++ pr_debug("%s:%d: relax more %d -> %d (%d - %d, align %d)\n",
++ fragP->fr_file, fragP->fr_line, state, next_state,
++ target, address, avr32_rs_align(state));
++ }
++ }
++
++ growth = avr32_rs_size(next_state) - avr32_rs_size(state);
++ fragP->fr_subtype = next_state;
++
++ pr_debug("%s:%d: md_relax_frag: growth=%d, subtype=%d, opc=0x%08lx\n",
++ fragP->fr_file, fragP->fr_line, growth, fragP->fr_subtype,
++ avr32_opc_table[next_state].value);
++
++ return growth;
++}
++
++static long
++avr32_lda_relax_frag(segT segment, fragS *fragP, long stretch)
++{
++ struct cpool *pool= NULL;
++ unsigned int entry = 0;
++ addressT address, target;
++ offsetT distance;
++ symbolS *symbolP;
++ fragS *sym_frag;
++ long old_size, new_size;
++
++ symbolP = fragP->fr_symbol;
++ old_size = fragP->fr_var;
++ if (!avr32_pic)
++ {
++ pool = fragP->tc_frag_data.pool;
++ entry = fragP->tc_frag_data.pool_entry;
++ }
++
++ address = fragP->fr_address;
++ address += fragP->fr_fix - LDA_INITIAL_SIZE;
++
++ if (!S_IS_DEFINED(symbolP) || S_FORCE_RELOC(symbolP, 1))
++ goto relax_max;
++
++ target = fragP->fr_offset;
++ sym_frag = symbol_get_frag(symbolP);
++ target += S_GET_VALUE(symbolP);
++
++ if (sym_frag->relax_marker != fragP->relax_marker
++ && S_GET_SEGMENT(symbolP) == segment)
++ target += stretch;
++
++ distance = target - address;
++
++ pr_debug("lda_relax_frag: target: %d, address: %d, var: %d\n",
++ target, address, fragP->fr_var);
++
++ if (!avr32_pic && S_GET_SEGMENT(symbolP) == absolute_section
++ && target <= 127 && (offsetT)target >= -128)
++ {
++ if (fragP->fr_subtype == LDA_SUBTYPE_LDDPC
++ || fragP->fr_subtype == LDA_SUBTYPE_LDW)
++ pool->literals[entry].refcount--;
++ new_size = 2;
++ fragP->fr_subtype = LDA_SUBTYPE_MOV1;
++ }
++ else if (!avr32_pic && S_GET_SEGMENT(symbolP) == absolute_section
++ && target <= 1048575 && (offsetT)target >= -1048576)
++ {
++ if (fragP->fr_subtype == LDA_SUBTYPE_LDDPC
++ || fragP->fr_subtype == LDA_SUBTYPE_LDW)
++ pool->literals[entry].refcount--;
++ new_size = 4;
++ fragP->fr_subtype = LDA_SUBTYPE_MOV2;
++ }
++ else if (!linkrelax && S_GET_SEGMENT(symbolP) == segment
++ /* the field will be negated, so this is really -(-32768)
++ and -(32767) */
++ && distance <= 32768 && distance >= -32767)
++ {
++ if (!avr32_pic
++ && (fragP->fr_subtype == LDA_SUBTYPE_LDDPC
++ || fragP->fr_subtype == LDA_SUBTYPE_LDW))
++ pool->literals[entry].refcount--;
++ new_size = 4;
++ fragP->fr_subtype = LDA_SUBTYPE_SUB;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ relax_max:
++ if (avr32_pic)
++ {
++ if (linkrelax)
++ {
++ new_size = 8;
++ fragP->fr_subtype = LDA_SUBTYPE_GOTLOAD_LARGE;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ new_size = 4;
++ fragP->fr_subtype = LDA_SUBTYPE_GOTLOAD;
++ }
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ if (fragP->fr_subtype != LDA_SUBTYPE_LDDPC
++ && fragP->fr_subtype != LDA_SUBTYPE_LDW)
++ pool->literals[entry].refcount++;
++
++ sym_frag = symbol_get_frag(pool->symbol);
++ target = (sym_frag->fr_address + sym_frag->fr_fix
++ + pool->padding + pool->literals[entry].offset);
++
++ pr_debug("cpool sym address: 0x%lx\n",
++ sym_frag->fr_address + sym_frag->fr_fix);
++
++ know(pool->section == segment);
++
++ if (sym_frag->relax_marker != fragP->relax_marker)
++ target += stretch;
++
++ distance = target - address;
++ if (distance <= 508 && distance >= 0)
++ {
++ new_size = 2;
++ fragP->fr_subtype = LDA_SUBTYPE_LDDPC;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ new_size = 4;
++ fragP->fr_subtype = LDA_SUBTYPE_LDW;
++ }
++
++ pr_debug("lda_relax_frag (cpool): target=0x%lx, address=0x%lx, refcount=%d\n",
++ target, address, pool->literals[entry].refcount);
++ }
++ }
++
++ fragP->fr_var = new_size;
++
++ pr_debug("%s:%d: lda: relax pass done. subtype: %d, growth: %ld\n",
++ fragP->fr_file, fragP->fr_line,
++ fragP->fr_subtype, new_size - old_size);
++
++ return new_size - old_size;
++}
++
++static long
++avr32_call_relax_frag(segT segment, fragS *fragP, long stretch)
++{
++ struct cpool *pool = NULL;
++ unsigned int entry = 0;
++ addressT address, target;
++ offsetT distance;
++ symbolS *symbolP;
++ fragS *sym_frag;
++ long old_size, new_size;
++
++ symbolP = fragP->fr_symbol;
++ old_size = fragP->fr_var;
++ if (!avr32_pic)
++ {
++ pool = fragP->tc_frag_data.pool;
++ entry = fragP->tc_frag_data.pool_entry;
++ }
++
++ address = fragP->fr_address;
++ address += fragP->fr_fix - CALL_INITIAL_SIZE;
++
++ if (need_reloc(symbolP, segment, 1))
++ {
++ pr_debug("call: must emit reloc\n");
++ goto relax_max;
++ }
++
++ target = fragP->fr_offset;
++ sym_frag = symbol_get_frag(symbolP);
++ target += S_GET_VALUE(symbolP);
++
++ if (sym_frag->relax_marker != fragP->relax_marker
++ && S_GET_SEGMENT(symbolP) == segment)
++ target += stretch;
++
++ distance = target - address;
++
++ if (distance <= 1022 && distance >= -1024)
++ {
++ pr_debug("call: distance is %d, emitting short rcall\n", distance);
++ if (!avr32_pic && fragP->fr_subtype == CALL_SUBTYPE_MCALL_CP)
++ pool->literals[entry].refcount--;
++ new_size = 2;
++ fragP->fr_subtype = CALL_SUBTYPE_RCALL1;
++ }
++ else if (distance <= 2097150 && distance >= -2097152)
++ {
++ pr_debug("call: distance is %d, emitting long rcall\n", distance);
++ if (!avr32_pic && fragP->fr_subtype == CALL_SUBTYPE_MCALL_CP)
++ pool->literals[entry].refcount--;
++ new_size = 4;
++ fragP->fr_subtype = CALL_SUBTYPE_RCALL2;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ pr_debug("call: distance %d too far, emitting something big\n", distance);
++
++ relax_max:
++ if (avr32_pic)
++ {
++ if (linkrelax)
++ {
++ new_size = 10;
++ fragP->fr_subtype = CALL_SUBTYPE_MCALL_LARGE;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ new_size = 4;
++ fragP->fr_subtype = CALL_SUBTYPE_MCALL_GOT;
++ }
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ if (fragP->fr_subtype != CALL_SUBTYPE_MCALL_CP)
++ pool->literals[entry].refcount++;
++
++ new_size = 4;
++ fragP->fr_subtype = CALL_SUBTYPE_MCALL_CP;
++ }
++ }
++
++ fragP->fr_var = new_size;
++
++ pr_debug("%s:%d: call: relax pass done, growth: %d, fr_var: %d\n",
++ fragP->fr_file, fragP->fr_line,
++ new_size - old_size, fragP->fr_var);
++
++ return new_size - old_size;
++}
++
++static long
++avr32_cpool_relax_frag(segT segment ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ fragS *fragP,
++ long stretch ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ struct cpool *pool;
++ addressT address;
++ long old_size, new_size;
++ unsigned int entry;
++
++ pool = fragP->tc_frag_data.pool;
++ address = fragP->fr_address + fragP->fr_fix;
++ old_size = fragP->fr_var;
++ new_size = 0;
++
++ for (entry = 0; entry < pool->next_free_entry; entry++)
++ {
++ if (pool->literals[entry].refcount > 0)
++ {
++ pool->literals[entry].offset = new_size;
++ new_size += 4;
++ }
++ }
++
++ fragP->fr_var = new_size;
++
++ return new_size - old_size;
++}
++
++/* *fragP has been relaxed to its final size, and now needs to have
++ the bytes inside it modified to conform to the new size.
++
++ Called after relaxation is finished.
++ fragP->fr_type == rs_machine_dependent.
++ fragP->fr_subtype is the subtype of what the address relaxed to. */
++
++static void
++avr32_default_convert_frag (bfd *abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ segT segment ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ fragS *fragP)
++{
++ const struct avr32_opcode *opc;
++ const struct avr32_ifield *ifield;
++ bfd_reloc_code_real_type r_type;
++ symbolS *symbolP;
++ fixS *fixP;
++ bfd_vma value;
++ int subtype;
++
++ opc = &avr32_opc_table[fragP->fr_subtype];
++ ifield = opc->fields[opc->var_field];
++ symbolP = fragP->fr_symbol;
++ subtype = fragP->fr_subtype;
++ r_type = opc->reloc_type;
++
++ /* Clear the opcode bits and the bits belonging to the relaxed
++ field. We assume all other fields stay the same. */
++ value = bfd_getb32(fragP->fr_opcode);
++ value &= ~(opc->mask | ifield->mask);
++
++ /* Insert the new opcode */
++ value |= opc->value;
++ bfd_putb32(value, fragP->fr_opcode);
++
++ fragP->fr_fix += opc->size - fragP->fr_var;
++
++ if (fragP->tc_frag_data.reloc_info != AVR32_OPINFO_NONE)
++ {
++ switch (fragP->tc_frag_data.reloc_info)
++ {
++ case AVR32_OPINFO_HI:
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_HI16;
++ break;
++ case AVR32_OPINFO_LO:
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_LO16;
++ break;
++ case AVR32_OPINFO_GOT:
++ switch (r_type)
++ {
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_18W_PCREL:
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT18SW;
++ break;
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16S:
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT16S;
++ break;
++ default:
++ BAD_CASE(r_type);
++ break;
++ }
++ break;
++ default:
++ BAD_CASE(fragP->tc_frag_data.reloc_info);
++ break;
++ }
++ }
++
++ pr_debug("%s:%d: convert_frag: new %s fixup\n",
++ fragP->fr_file, fragP->fr_line,
++ bfd_get_reloc_code_name(r_type));
++
++#if 1
++ fixP = fix_new_exp(fragP, fragP->fr_fix - opc->size, opc->size,
++ &fragP->tc_frag_data.exp,
++ fragP->tc_frag_data.pcrel, r_type);
++#else
++ fixP = fix_new(fragP, fragP->fr_fix - opc->size, opc->size, symbolP,
++ fragP->fr_offset, fragP->tc_frag_data.pcrel, r_type);
++#endif
++
++ /* Revert fix_new brain damage. "dot_value" is the value of PC at
++ the point of the fixup, relative to the frag address. fix_new()
++ and friends think they are only being called during the assembly
++ pass, not during relaxation or similar, so fx_dot_value, fx_file
++ and fx_line are all initialized to the wrong value. But we don't
++ know the size of the fixup until now, so we really can't live up
++ to the assumptions these functions make about the target. What
++ do these functions think the "where" and "frag" argument mean
++ anyway? */
++ fixP->fx_dot_value = fragP->fr_fix - opc->size;
++ fixP->fx_file = fragP->fr_file;
++ fixP->fx_line = fragP->fr_line;
++
++ fixP->tc_fix_data.ifield = ifield;
++ fixP->tc_fix_data.align = avr32_rs_align(subtype);
++ fixP->tc_fix_data.min = avr32_relax_table[subtype].lower_bound;
++ fixP->tc_fix_data.max = avr32_relax_table[subtype].upper_bound;
++}
++
++static void
++avr32_lda_convert_frag(bfd *abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ segT segment ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ fragS *fragP)
++{
++ const struct avr32_opcode *opc;
++ const struct avr32_ifield *ifield;
++ bfd_reloc_code_real_type r_type;
++ expressionS exp;
++ struct cpool *pool;
++ fixS *fixP;
++ bfd_vma value;
++ int regid, pcrel = 0, align = 0;
++ char *p;
++
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_NONE;
++ regid = fragP->tc_frag_data.reloc_info;
++ p = fragP->fr_opcode;
++ exp.X_add_symbol = fragP->fr_symbol;
++ exp.X_add_number = fragP->fr_offset;
++ exp.X_op = O_symbol;
++
++ pr_debug("%s:%d: lda_convert_frag, subtype: %d, fix: %d, var: %d, regid: %d\n",
++ fragP->fr_file, fragP->fr_line,
++ fragP->fr_subtype, fragP->fr_fix, fragP->fr_var, regid);
++
++ switch (fragP->fr_subtype)
++ {
++ case LDA_SUBTYPE_MOV1:
++ opc = &avr32_opc_table[AVR32_OPC_MOV1];
++ opc->fields[0]->insert(opc->fields[0], p, regid);
++ ifield = opc->fields[1];
++ r_type = opc->reloc_type;
++ break;
++ case LDA_SUBTYPE_MOV2:
++ opc = &avr32_opc_table[AVR32_OPC_MOV2];
++ opc->fields[0]->insert(opc->fields[0], p, regid);
++ ifield = opc->fields[1];
++ r_type = opc->reloc_type;
++ break;
++ case LDA_SUBTYPE_SUB:
++ opc = &avr32_opc_table[AVR32_OPC_SUB5];
++ opc->fields[0]->insert(opc->fields[0], p, regid);
++ opc->fields[1]->insert(opc->fields[1], p, AVR32_REG_PC);
++ ifield = opc->fields[2];
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16N_PCREL;
++
++ /* Pretend that SUB5 isn't a "negated" pcrel expression for now.
++ We'll have to fix it up later when we know whether to
++ generate a reloc for it (in which case the linker will negate
++ it, so we shouldn't). */
++ pcrel = 1;
++ break;
++ case LDA_SUBTYPE_LDDPC:
++ opc = &avr32_opc_table[AVR32_OPC_LDDPC];
++ align = 2;
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_9W_CP;
++ goto cpool_common;
++ case LDA_SUBTYPE_LDW:
++ opc = &avr32_opc_table[AVR32_OPC_LDDPC_EXT];
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16_CP;
++ cpool_common:
++ opc->fields[0]->insert(opc->fields[0], p, regid);
++ ifield = opc->fields[1];
++ pool = fragP->tc_frag_data.pool;
++ exp.X_add_symbol = pool->symbol;
++ exp.X_add_number = pool->literals[fragP->tc_frag_data.pool_entry].offset;
++ pcrel = 1;
++ break;
++ case LDA_SUBTYPE_GOTLOAD_LARGE:
++ /* ld.w Rd, r6[Rd << 2] (last) */
++ opc = &avr32_opc_table[AVR32_OPC_LD_W5];
++ bfd_putb32(opc->value, p + 4);
++ opc->fields[0]->insert(opc->fields[0], p + 4, regid);
++ opc->fields[1]->insert(opc->fields[1], p + 4, 6);
++ opc->fields[2]->insert(opc->fields[2], p + 4, regid);
++ opc->fields[3]->insert(opc->fields[3], p + 4, 2);
++
++ /* mov Rd, (got_offset / 4) */
++ opc = &avr32_opc_table[AVR32_OPC_MOV2];
++ opc->fields[0]->insert(opc->fields[0], p, regid);
++ ifield = opc->fields[1];
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_LDA_GOT;
++ break;
++ case LDA_SUBTYPE_GOTLOAD:
++ opc = &avr32_opc_table[AVR32_OPC_LD_W4];
++ opc->fields[0]->insert(opc->fields[0], p, regid);
++ opc->fields[1]->insert(opc->fields[1], p, 6);
++ ifield = opc->fields[2];
++ if (r_type == BFD_RELOC_NONE)
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT16S;
++ break;
++ default:
++ BAD_CASE(fragP->fr_subtype);
++ }
++
++ value = bfd_getb32(p);
++ value &= ~(opc->mask | ifield->mask);
++ value |= opc->value;
++ bfd_putb32(value, p);
++
++ fragP->fr_fix += fragP->fr_var - LDA_INITIAL_SIZE;
++
++ if (fragP->fr_next
++ && ((offsetT)(fragP->fr_next->fr_address - fragP->fr_address)
++ != fragP->fr_fix))
++ {
++ fprintf(stderr, "LDA frag: fr_fix is wrong! fragP->fr_var = %ld, r_type = %s\n",
++ fragP->fr_var, bfd_get_reloc_code_name(r_type));
++ abort();
++ }
++
++ fixP = fix_new_exp(fragP, fragP->fr_fix - fragP->fr_var, fragP->fr_var,
++ &exp, pcrel, r_type);
++
++ /* Revert fix_new brain damage. "dot_value" is the value of PC at
++ the point of the fixup, relative to the frag address. fix_new()
++ and friends think they are only being called during the assembly
++ pass, not during relaxation or similar, so fx_dot_value, fx_file
++ and fx_line are all initialized to the wrong value. But we don't
++ know the size of the fixup until now, so we really can't live up
++ to the assumptions these functions make about the target. What
++ do these functions think the "where" and "frag" argument mean
++ anyway? */
++ fixP->fx_dot_value = fragP->fr_fix - opc->size;
++ fixP->fx_file = fragP->fr_file;
++ fixP->fx_line = fragP->fr_line;
++
++ fixP->tc_fix_data.ifield = ifield;
++ fixP->tc_fix_data.align = align;
++ /* these are only used if the fixup can actually be resolved */
++ fixP->tc_fix_data.min = -32768;
++ fixP->tc_fix_data.max = 32767;
++}
++
++static void
++avr32_call_convert_frag(bfd *abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ segT segment ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ fragS *fragP)
++{
++ const struct avr32_opcode *opc = NULL;
++ const struct avr32_ifield *ifield;
++ bfd_reloc_code_real_type r_type;
++ symbolS *symbol;
++ offsetT offset;
++ fixS *fixP;
++ bfd_vma value;
++ int pcrel = 0, align = 0;
++ char *p;
++
++ symbol = fragP->fr_symbol;
++ offset = fragP->fr_offset;
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_NONE;
++ p = fragP->fr_opcode;
++
++ pr_debug("%s:%d: call_convert_frag, subtype: %d, fix: %d, var: %d\n",
++ fragP->fr_file, fragP->fr_line,
++ fragP->fr_subtype, fragP->fr_fix, fragP->fr_var);
++
++ switch (fragP->fr_subtype)
++ {
++ case CALL_SUBTYPE_RCALL1:
++ opc = &avr32_opc_table[AVR32_OPC_RCALL1];
++ /* fall through */
++ case CALL_SUBTYPE_RCALL2:
++ if (!opc)
++ opc = &avr32_opc_table[AVR32_OPC_RCALL2];
++ ifield = opc->fields[0];
++ r_type = opc->reloc_type;
++ pcrel = 1;
++ align = 1;
++ break;
++ case CALL_SUBTYPE_MCALL_CP:
++ opc = &avr32_opc_table[AVR32_OPC_MCALL];
++ opc->fields[0]->insert(opc->fields[0], p, AVR32_REG_PC);
++ ifield = opc->fields[1];
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_CPCALL;
++ symbol = fragP->tc_frag_data.pool->symbol;
++ offset = fragP->tc_frag_data.pool->literals[fragP->tc_frag_data.pool_entry].offset;
++ assert(fragP->tc_frag_data.pool->literals[fragP->tc_frag_data.pool_entry].refcount > 0);
++ pcrel = 1;
++ align = 2;
++ break;
++ case CALL_SUBTYPE_MCALL_GOT:
++ opc = &avr32_opc_table[AVR32_OPC_MCALL];
++ opc->fields[0]->insert(opc->fields[0], p, 6);
++ ifield = opc->fields[1];
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT18SW;
++ break;
++ case CALL_SUBTYPE_MCALL_LARGE:
++ assert(fragP->fr_var == 10);
++ /* ld.w lr, r6[lr << 2] */
++ opc = &avr32_opc_table[AVR32_OPC_LD_W5];
++ bfd_putb32(opc->value, p + 4);
++ opc->fields[0]->insert(opc->fields[0], p + 4, AVR32_REG_LR);
++ opc->fields[1]->insert(opc->fields[1], p + 4, 6);
++ opc->fields[2]->insert(opc->fields[2], p + 4, AVR32_REG_LR);
++ opc->fields[3]->insert(opc->fields[3], p + 4, 2);
++
++ /* icall lr */
++ opc = &avr32_opc_table[AVR32_OPC_ICALL];
++ bfd_putb16(opc->value >> 16, p + 8);
++ opc->fields[0]->insert(opc->fields[0], p + 8, AVR32_REG_LR);
++
++ /* mov lr, (got_offset / 4) */
++ opc = &avr32_opc_table[AVR32_OPC_MOV2];
++ opc->fields[0]->insert(opc->fields[0], p, AVR32_REG_LR);
++ ifield = opc->fields[1];
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOTCALL;
++ break;
++ default:
++ BAD_CASE(fragP->fr_subtype);
++ }
++
++ /* Insert the opcode and clear the variable ifield */
++ value = bfd_getb32(p);
++ value &= ~(opc->mask | ifield->mask);
++ value |= opc->value;
++ bfd_putb32(value, p);
++
++ fragP->fr_fix += fragP->fr_var - CALL_INITIAL_SIZE;
++
++ if (fragP->fr_next
++ && ((offsetT)(fragP->fr_next->fr_address - fragP->fr_address)
++ != fragP->fr_fix))
++ {
++ fprintf(stderr, "%s:%d: fr_fix %lu is wrong! fr_var=%lu, r_type=%s\n",
++ fragP->fr_file, fragP->fr_line,
++ fragP->fr_fix, fragP->fr_var, bfd_get_reloc_code_name(r_type));
++ fprintf(stderr, "fr_fix should be %ld. next frag is %s:%d\n",
++ (offsetT)(fragP->fr_next->fr_address - fragP->fr_address),
++ fragP->fr_next->fr_file, fragP->fr_next->fr_line);
++ }
++
++ fixP = fix_new(fragP, fragP->fr_fix - fragP->fr_var, fragP->fr_var,
++ symbol, offset, pcrel, r_type);
++
++ /* Revert fix_new brain damage. "dot_value" is the value of PC at
++ the point of the fixup, relative to the frag address. fix_new()
++ and friends think they are only being called during the assembly
++ pass, not during relaxation or similar, so fx_dot_value, fx_file
++ and fx_line are all initialized to the wrong value. But we don't
++ know the size of the fixup until now, so we really can't live up
++ to the assumptions these functions make about the target. What
++ do these functions think the "where" and "frag" argument mean
++ anyway? */
++ fixP->fx_dot_value = fragP->fr_fix - opc->size;
++ fixP->fx_file = fragP->fr_file;
++ fixP->fx_line = fragP->fr_line;
++
++ fixP->tc_fix_data.ifield = ifield;
++ fixP->tc_fix_data.align = align;
++ /* these are only used if the fixup can actually be resolved */
++ fixP->tc_fix_data.min = -2097152;
++ fixP->tc_fix_data.max = 2097150;
++}
++
++static void
++avr32_cpool_convert_frag(bfd *abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ segT segment ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ fragS *fragP)
++{
++ struct cpool *pool;
++ addressT address;
++ unsigned int entry;
++ char *p;
++ char sym_name[20];
++
++ /* Did we get rid of the frag altogether? */
++ if (!fragP->fr_var)
++ return;
++
++ pool = fragP->tc_frag_data.pool;
++ address = fragP->fr_address + fragP->fr_fix;
++ p = fragP->fr_literal + fragP->fr_fix;
++
++ sprintf(sym_name, "$$cp_\002%x", pool->id);
++ symbol_locate(pool->symbol, sym_name, pool->section, fragP->fr_fix, fragP);
++ symbol_table_insert(pool->symbol);
++
++ for (entry = 0; entry < pool->next_free_entry; entry++)
++ {
++ if (pool->literals[entry].refcount > 0)
++ {
++ fix_new_exp(fragP, fragP->fr_fix, 4, &pool->literals[entry].exp,
++ FALSE, BFD_RELOC_AVR32_32_CPENT);
++ fragP->fr_fix += 4;
++ }
++ }
++}
++
++static struct avr32_relaxer avr32_default_relaxer = {
++ .estimate_size = avr32_default_estimate_size_before_relax,
++ .relax_frag = avr32_default_relax_frag,
++ .convert_frag = avr32_default_convert_frag,
++};
++static struct avr32_relaxer avr32_lda_relaxer = {
++ .estimate_size = avr32_lda_estimate_size_before_relax,
++ .relax_frag = avr32_lda_relax_frag,
++ .convert_frag = avr32_lda_convert_frag,
++};
++static struct avr32_relaxer avr32_call_relaxer = {
++ .estimate_size = avr32_call_estimate_size_before_relax,
++ .relax_frag = avr32_call_relax_frag,
++ .convert_frag = avr32_call_convert_frag,
++};
++static struct avr32_relaxer avr32_cpool_relaxer = {
++ .estimate_size = avr32_cpool_estimate_size_before_relax,
++ .relax_frag = avr32_cpool_relax_frag,
++ .convert_frag = avr32_cpool_convert_frag,
++};
++
++static void s_cpool(int arg ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ struct cpool *pool;
++ unsigned int max_size;
++ char *buf;
++
++ pool = find_cpool(now_seg, now_subseg);
++ if (!pool || !pool->symbol || pool->next_free_entry == 0)
++ return;
++
++ /* Make sure the constant pool is properly aligned */
++ frag_align_code(2, 0);
++ if (bfd_get_section_alignment(stdoutput, pool->section) < 2)
++ bfd_set_section_alignment(stdoutput, pool->section, 2);
++
++ /* Assume none of the entries are discarded, and that we need the
++ maximum amount of alignment. But we're not going to allocate
++ anything up front. */
++ max_size = pool->next_free_entry * 4 + 2;
++ frag_grow(max_size);
++ buf = frag_more(0);
++
++ frag_now->tc_frag_data.relaxer = &avr32_cpool_relaxer;
++ frag_now->tc_frag_data.pool = pool;
++
++ symbol_set_frag(pool->symbol, frag_now);
++
++ /* Assume zero initial size, allowing other relaxers to be
++ optimistic about things. */
++ frag_var(rs_machine_dependent, max_size, 0,
++ 0, pool->symbol, 0, NULL);
++
++ /* Mark the pool as empty. */
++ pool->used = 1;
++}
++
++/* The location from which a PC relative jump should be calculated,
++ given a PC relative reloc. */
++
++long
++md_pcrel_from_section (fixS *fixP, segT sec)
++{
++ pr_debug("pcrel_from_section, fx_offset = %d\n", fixP->fx_offset);
++
++ if (fixP->fx_addsy != NULL
++ && (! S_IS_DEFINED (fixP->fx_addsy)
++ || S_GET_SEGMENT (fixP->fx_addsy) != sec
++ || S_FORCE_RELOC(fixP->fx_addsy, 1)))
++ {
++ pr_debug("Unknown pcrel symbol: %s\n", S_GET_NAME(fixP->fx_addsy));
++
++ /* The symbol is undefined (or is defined but not in this section).
++ Let the linker figure it out. */
++ return 0;
++ }
++
++ pr_debug("pcrel from %x + %x, symbol: %s (%x)\n",
++ fixP->fx_frag->fr_address, fixP->fx_where,
++ fixP->fx_addsy?S_GET_NAME(fixP->fx_addsy):"(null)",
++ fixP->fx_addsy?S_GET_VALUE(fixP->fx_addsy):0);
++
++ return ((fixP->fx_frag->fr_address + fixP->fx_where)
++ & (~0UL << fixP->tc_fix_data.align));
++}
++
++valueT
++md_section_align (segT segment, valueT size)
++{
++ int align = bfd_get_section_alignment (stdoutput, segment);
++ return ((size + (1 << align) - 1) & (-1 << align));
++}
++
++static int syntax_matches(const struct avr32_syntax *syntax,
++ char *str)
++{
++ int i;
++
++ pr_debug("syntax %d matches `%s'?\n", syntax->id, str);
++
++ if (syntax->nr_operands < 0)
++ {
++ struct avr32_operand *op;
++ int optype;
++
++ for (i = 0; i < (-syntax->nr_operands - 1); i++)
++ {
++ char *p;
++ char c;
++
++ optype = syntax->operand[i];
++ assert(optype < AVR32_NR_OPERANDS);
++ op = &avr32_operand_table[optype];
++
++ for (p = str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == ',')
++ break;
++
++ if (p == str)
++ return 0;
++
++ c = *p;
++ *p = 0;
++
++ if (!op->match(str))
++ {
++ *p = c;
++ return 0;
++ }
++
++ str = p;
++ *p = c;
++ if (c)
++ str++;
++ }
++
++ optype = syntax->operand[i];
++ assert(optype < AVR32_NR_OPERANDS);
++ op = &avr32_operand_table[optype];
++
++ if (!op->match(str))
++ return 0;
++ return 1;
++ }
++
++ for (i = 0; i < syntax->nr_operands; i++)
++ {
++ struct avr32_operand *op;
++ int optype = syntax->operand[i];
++ char *p;
++ char c;
++
++ assert(optype < AVR32_NR_OPERANDS);
++ op = &avr32_operand_table[optype];
++
++ for (p = str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == ',')
++ break;
++
++ if (p == str)
++ return 0;
++
++ c = *p;
++ *p = 0;
++
++ if (!op->match(str))
++ {
++ *p = c;
++ return 0;
++ }
++
++ str = p;
++ *p = c;
++ if (c)
++ str++;
++ }
++
++ if (*str == '\0')
++ return 1;
++
++ if ((*str == 'e' || *str == 'E') && !str[1])
++ return 1;
++
++ return 0;
++}
++
++static int parse_operands(char *str)
++{
++ int i;
++
++ if (current_insn.syntax->nr_operands < 0)
++ {
++ int optype;
++ struct avr32_operand *op;
++
++ for (i = 0; i < (-current_insn.syntax->nr_operands - 1); i++)
++ {
++ char *p;
++ char c;
++
++ optype = current_insn.syntax->operand[i];
++ op = &avr32_operand_table[optype];
++
++ for (p = str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == ',')
++ break;
++
++ assert(p != str);
++
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++ op->parse(op, str, i);
++ *p = c;
++
++ str = p;
++ if (c) str++;
++ }
++
++ /* give the rest of the line to the last operand */
++ optype = current_insn.syntax->operand[i];
++ op = &avr32_operand_table[optype];
++ op->parse(op, str, i);
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ for (i = 0; i < current_insn.syntax->nr_operands; i++)
++ {
++ int optype = current_insn.syntax->operand[i];
++ struct avr32_operand *op = &avr32_operand_table[optype];
++ char *p;
++ char c;
++
++ skip_whitespace(str);
++
++ for (p = str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == ',')
++ break;
++
++ assert(p != str);
++
++ c = *p, *p = 0;
++ op->parse(op, str, i);
++ *p = c;
++
++ str = p;
++ if (c) str++;
++ }
++
++ if (*str == 'E' || *str == 'e')
++ current_insn.force_extended = 1;
++ }
++
++ return 0;
++}
++
++static const char *
++finish_insn(const struct avr32_opcode *opc)
++{
++ expressionS *exp = &current_insn.immediate;
++ unsigned int i;
++ int will_relax = 0;
++ char *buf;
++
++ assert(current_insn.next_slot == opc->nr_fields);
++
++ pr_debug("%s:%d: finish_insn: trying opcode %d\n",
++ frag_now->fr_file, frag_now->fr_line, opc->id);
++
++ /* Go through the relaxation stage for all instructions that can
++ possibly take a symbolic immediate. The relax code will take
++ care of range checking and alignment. */
++ if (opc->var_field != -1)
++ {
++ int substate, largest_substate;
++ symbolS *sym;
++ offsetT off;
++
++ will_relax = 1;
++ substate = largest_substate = opc_initial_substate(opc);
++
++ while (relax_more(largest_substate) != AVR32_RS_NONE)
++ largest_substate = relax_more(largest_substate);
++
++ pr_debug("will relax. initial substate: %d (size %d), largest substate: %d (size %d)\n",
++ substate, avr32_rs_size(substate),
++ largest_substate, avr32_rs_size(largest_substate));
++
++ /* make sure we have enough room for the largest possible opcode */
++ frag_grow(avr32_rs_size(largest_substate));
++ buf = frag_more(opc->size);
++
++ dwarf2_emit_insn(opc->size);
++
++ frag_now->tc_frag_data.reloc_info = AVR32_OPINFO_NONE;
++ frag_now->tc_frag_data.pcrel = current_insn.pcrel;
++ frag_now->tc_frag_data.force_extended = current_insn.force_extended;
++ frag_now->tc_frag_data.relaxer = &avr32_default_relaxer;
++
++ if (exp->X_op == O_hi)
++ {
++ frag_now->tc_frag_data.reloc_info = AVR32_OPINFO_HI;
++ exp->X_op = exp->X_md;
++ }
++ else if (exp->X_op == O_lo)
++ {
++ frag_now->tc_frag_data.reloc_info = AVR32_OPINFO_LO;
++ exp->X_op = exp->X_md;
++ }
++ else if (exp->X_op == O_got)
++ {
++ frag_now->tc_frag_data.reloc_info = AVR32_OPINFO_GOT;
++ exp->X_op = O_symbol;
++ }
++
++#if 0
++ if ((opc->reloc_type == BFD_RELOC_AVR32_SUB5)
++ && exp->X_op == O_subtract)
++ {
++ symbolS *tmp;
++ tmp = exp->X_add_symbol;
++ exp->X_add_symbol = exp->X_op_symbol;
++ exp->X_op_symbol = tmp;
++ }
++#endif
++
++ frag_now->tc_frag_data.exp = current_insn.immediate;
++
++ sym = exp->X_add_symbol;
++ off = exp->X_add_number;
++ if (exp->X_op != O_symbol)
++ {
++ sym = make_expr_symbol(exp);
++ off = 0;
++ }
++
++ frag_var(rs_machine_dependent,
++ avr32_rs_size(largest_substate) - opc->size,
++ opc->size,
++ substate, sym, off, buf);
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ assert(avr32_rs_size(opc_initial_substate(opc)) == 0);
++
++ /* Make sure we always have room for another whole word, as the ifield
++ inserters can only write words. */
++ frag_grow(4);
++ buf = frag_more(opc->size);
++ dwarf2_emit_insn(opc->size);
++ }
++
++ assert(!(opc->value & ~opc->mask));
++
++ pr_debug("inserting opcode: 0x%lx\n", opc->value);
++ bfd_putb32(opc->value, buf);
++
++ for (i = 0; i < opc->nr_fields; i++)
++ {
++ const struct avr32_ifield *f = opc->fields[i];
++ const struct avr32_ifield_data *fd = &current_insn.field_value[i];
++
++ pr_debug("inserting field: 0x%lx & 0x%lx\n",
++ fd->value >> fd->align_order, f->mask);
++
++ f->insert(f, buf, fd->value >> fd->align_order);
++ }
++
++ assert(will_relax || !current_insn.immediate.X_add_symbol);
++ return NULL;
++}
++
++static const char *
++finish_alias(const struct avr32_alias *alias)
++{
++ const struct avr32_opcode *opc;
++ struct {
++ unsigned long value;
++ unsigned long align;
++ } mapped_operand[AVR32_MAX_OPERANDS];
++ unsigned int i;
++
++ opc = alias->opc;
++
++ /* Remap the operands from the alias to the real opcode */
++ for (i = 0; i < opc->nr_fields; i++)
++ {
++ if (alias->operand_map[i].is_opindex)
++ {
++ struct avr32_ifield_data *fd;
++ fd = &current_insn.field_value[alias->operand_map[i].value];
++ mapped_operand[i].value = fd->value;
++ mapped_operand[i].align = fd->align_order;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ mapped_operand[i].value = alias->operand_map[i].value;
++ mapped_operand[i].align = 0;
++ }
++ }
++
++ for (i = 0; i < opc->nr_fields; i++)
++ {
++ current_insn.field_value[i].value = mapped_operand[i].value;
++ if (opc->id == AVR32_OPC_COP)
++ current_insn.field_value[i].align_order = 0;
++ else
++ current_insn.field_value[i].align_order
++ = mapped_operand[i].align;
++ }
++
++ current_insn.next_slot = opc->nr_fields;
++
++ return finish_insn(opc);
++}
++
++static const char *
++finish_lda(const struct avr32_syntax *syntax ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ expressionS *exp = &current_insn.immediate;
++ relax_substateT initial_subtype;
++ symbolS *sym;
++ offsetT off;
++ int initial_size, max_size;
++ char *buf;
++
++ initial_size = LDA_INITIAL_SIZE;
++
++ if (avr32_pic)
++ {
++ initial_subtype = LDA_SUBTYPE_SUB;
++ if (linkrelax)
++ max_size = 8;
++ else
++ max_size = 4;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ initial_subtype = LDA_SUBTYPE_MOV1;
++ max_size = 4;
++ }
++
++ frag_grow(max_size);
++ buf = frag_more(initial_size);
++ dwarf2_emit_insn(initial_size);
++
++ if (exp->X_op == O_symbol)
++ {
++ sym = exp->X_add_symbol;
++ off = exp->X_add_number;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ sym = make_expr_symbol(exp);
++ off = 0;
++ }
++
++ frag_now->tc_frag_data.reloc_info = current_insn.field_value[0].value;
++ frag_now->tc_frag_data.relaxer = &avr32_lda_relaxer;
++
++ if (!avr32_pic)
++ {
++ /* The relaxer will bump the refcount if necessary */
++ frag_now->tc_frag_data.pool
++ = add_to_cpool(exp, &frag_now->tc_frag_data.pool_entry, 0);
++ }
++
++ frag_var(rs_machine_dependent, max_size - initial_size,
++ initial_size, initial_subtype, sym, off, buf);
++
++ return NULL;
++}
++
++static const char *
++finish_call(const struct avr32_syntax *syntax ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ expressionS *exp = &current_insn.immediate;
++ symbolS *sym;
++ offsetT off;
++ int initial_size, max_size;
++ char *buf;
++
++ initial_size = CALL_INITIAL_SIZE;
++
++ if (avr32_pic)
++ {
++ if (linkrelax)
++ max_size = 10;
++ else
++ max_size = 4;
++ }
++ else
++ max_size = 4;
++
++ frag_grow(max_size);
++ buf = frag_more(initial_size);
++ dwarf2_emit_insn(initial_size);
++
++ frag_now->tc_frag_data.relaxer = &avr32_call_relaxer;
++
++ if (exp->X_op == O_symbol)
++ {
++ sym = exp->X_add_symbol;
++ off = exp->X_add_number;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ sym = make_expr_symbol(exp);
++ off = 0;
++ }
++
++ if (!avr32_pic)
++ {
++ /* The relaxer will bump the refcount if necessary */
++ frag_now->tc_frag_data.pool
++ = add_to_cpool(exp, &frag_now->tc_frag_data.pool_entry, 0);
++ }
++
++ frag_var(rs_machine_dependent, max_size - initial_size,
++ initial_size, CALL_SUBTYPE_RCALL1, sym, off, buf);
++
++ return NULL;
++}
++
++void
++md_begin (void)
++{
++ unsigned long flags = 0;
++ int i;
++
++ avr32_mnemonic_htab = hash_new();
++
++ if (!avr32_mnemonic_htab)
++ as_fatal(_("virtual memory exhausted"));
++
++ for (i = 0; i < AVR32_NR_MNEMONICS; i++)
++ {
++ hash_insert(avr32_mnemonic_htab, avr32_mnemonic_table[i].name,
++ (void *)&avr32_mnemonic_table[i]);
++ }
++
++ if (linkrelax)
++ flags |= EF_AVR32_LINKRELAX;
++ if (avr32_pic)
++ flags |= EF_AVR32_PIC;
++
++ bfd_set_private_flags(stdoutput, flags);
++
++#ifdef OPC_CONSISTENCY_CHECK
++ if (sizeof(avr32_operand_table)/sizeof(avr32_operand_table[0])
++ < AVR32_NR_OPERANDS)
++ as_fatal(_("operand table is incomplete"));
++
++ for (i = 0; i < AVR32_NR_OPERANDS; i++)
++ if (avr32_operand_table[i].id != i)
++ as_fatal(_("operand table inconsistency found at index %d\n"), i);
++ pr_debug("%d operands verified\n", AVR32_NR_OPERANDS);
++
++ for (i = 0; i < AVR32_NR_IFIELDS; i++)
++ if (avr32_ifield_table[i].id != i)
++ as_fatal(_("ifield table inconsistency found at index %d\n"), i);
++ pr_debug("%d instruction fields verified\n", AVR32_NR_IFIELDS);
++
++ for (i = 0; i < AVR32_NR_OPCODES; i++)
++ {
++ if (avr32_opc_table[i].id != i)
++ as_fatal(_("opcode table inconsistency found at index %d\n"), i);
++ if ((avr32_opc_table[i].var_field == -1
++ && avr32_relax_table[i].length != 0)
++ || (avr32_opc_table[i].var_field != -1
++ && avr32_relax_table[i].length == 0))
++ as_fatal(_("relax table inconsistency found at index %d\n"), i);
++ }
++ pr_debug("%d opcodes verified\n", AVR32_NR_OPCODES);
++
++ for (i = 0; i < AVR32_NR_SYNTAX; i++)
++ if (avr32_syntax_table[i].id != i)
++ as_fatal(_("syntax table inconsistency found at index %d\n"), i);
++ pr_debug("%d syntax variants verified\n", AVR32_NR_SYNTAX);
++
++ for (i = 0; i < AVR32_NR_ALIAS; i++)
++ if (avr32_alias_table[i].id != i)
++ as_fatal(_("alias table inconsistency found at index %d\n"), i);
++ pr_debug("%d aliases verified\n", AVR32_NR_ALIAS);
++
++ for (i = 0; i < AVR32_NR_MNEMONICS; i++)
++ if (avr32_mnemonic_table[i].id != i)
++ as_fatal(_("mnemonic table inconsistency found at index %d\n"), i);
++ pr_debug("%d mnemonics verified\n", AVR32_NR_MNEMONICS);
++#endif
++}
++
++void
++md_assemble (char *str)
++{
++ struct avr32_mnemonic *mnemonic;
++ char *p, c;
++
++ memset(&current_insn, 0, sizeof(current_insn));
++ current_insn.immediate.X_op = O_constant;
++
++ skip_whitespace(str);
++ for (p = str; *p; p++)
++ if (*p == ' ')
++ break;
++ c = *p;
++ *p = 0;
++
++ mnemonic = hash_find(avr32_mnemonic_htab, str);
++ *p = c;
++ if (c) p++;
++
++ if (mnemonic)
++ {
++ const struct avr32_syntax *syntax;
++
++ for (syntax = mnemonic->syntax; syntax; syntax = syntax->next)
++ {
++ const char *errmsg = NULL;
++
++ if (syntax_matches(syntax, p))
++ {
++ if (!(syntax->isa_flags & avr32_arch->isa_flags))
++ {
++ as_bad(_("Selected architecture `%s' does not support `%s'"),
++ avr32_arch->name, str);
++ return;
++ }
++
++ current_insn.syntax = syntax;
++ parse_operands(p);
++
++ switch (syntax->type)
++ {
++ case AVR32_PARSER_NORMAL:
++ errmsg = finish_insn(syntax->u.opc);
++ break;
++ case AVR32_PARSER_ALIAS:
++ errmsg = finish_alias(syntax->u.alias);
++ break;
++ case AVR32_PARSER_LDA:
++ errmsg = finish_lda(syntax);
++ break;
++ case AVR32_PARSER_CALL:
++ errmsg = finish_call(syntax);
++ break;
++ default:
++ BAD_CASE(syntax->type);
++ break;
++ }
++
++ if (errmsg)
++ as_bad("%s in `%s'", errmsg, str);
++
++ return;
++ }
++ }
++
++ as_bad(_("unrecognized form of instruction: `%s'"), str);
++ }
++ else
++ as_bad(_("unrecognized instruction `%s'"), str);
++}
++
++void avr32_cleanup(void)
++{
++ struct cpool *pool;
++
++ /* Emit any constant pools that haven't been explicitly flushed with
++ a .cpool directive. */
++ for (pool = cpool_list; pool; pool = pool->next)
++ {
++ subseg_set(pool->section, pool->sub_section);
++ s_cpool(0);
++ }
++}
++
++/* Handle any PIC-related operands in data allocation pseudo-ops */
++void
++avr32_cons_fix_new (fragS *frag, int off, int size, expressionS *exp)
++{
++ bfd_reloc_code_real_type r_type = BFD_RELOC_UNUSED;
++ int pcrel = 0;
++
++ pr_debug("%s:%u: cons_fix_new, add_sym: %s, op_sym: %s, op: %d, add_num: %d\n",
++ frag->fr_file, frag->fr_line,
++ exp->X_add_symbol?S_GET_NAME(exp->X_add_symbol):"(none)",
++ exp->X_op_symbol?S_GET_NAME(exp->X_op_symbol):"(none)",
++ exp->X_op, exp->X_add_number);
++
++ if (exp->X_op == O_subtract && exp->X_op_symbol)
++ {
++ if (exp->X_op_symbol == GOT_symbol)
++ {
++ if (size != 4)
++ goto bad_size;
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOTPC;
++ exp->X_op = O_symbol;
++ exp->X_op_symbol = NULL;
++ }
++ }
++ else if (exp->X_op == O_got)
++ {
++ switch (size)
++ {
++ case 1:
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT8;
++ break;
++ case 2:
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT16;
++ break;
++ case 4:
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT32;
++ break;
++ default:
++ goto bad_size;
++ }
++
++ exp->X_op = O_symbol;
++ }
++
++ if (r_type == BFD_RELOC_UNUSED)
++ switch (size)
++ {
++ case 1:
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_8;
++ break;
++ case 2:
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_16;
++ break;
++ case 4:
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_32;
++ break;
++ default:
++ goto bad_size;
++ }
++ else if (size != 4)
++ {
++ bad_size:
++ as_bad(_("unsupported BFD relocation size %u"), size);
++ r_type = BFD_RELOC_UNUSED;
++ }
++
++ fix_new_exp (frag, off, size, exp, pcrel, r_type);
++}
++
++static void
++avr32_frob_section(bfd *abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, segT sec,
++ void *ignore ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ segment_info_type *seginfo;
++ fixS *fix;
++
++ seginfo = seg_info(sec);
++ if (!seginfo)
++ return;
++
++ for (fix = seginfo->fix_root; fix; fix = fix->fx_next)
++ {
++ if (fix->fx_done)
++ continue;
++
++ if (fix->fx_r_type == BFD_RELOC_AVR32_SUB5
++ && fix->fx_addsy && fix->fx_subsy)
++ {
++ if (S_GET_SEGMENT(fix->fx_addsy) != S_GET_SEGMENT(fix->fx_subsy)
++ || linkrelax)
++ {
++ symbolS *tmp;
++#ifdef DEBUG
++ fprintf(stderr, "Swapping symbols in fixup:\n");
++ print_fixup(fix);
++#endif
++ tmp = fix->fx_addsy;
++ fix->fx_addsy = fix->fx_subsy;
++ fix->fx_subsy = tmp;
++ fix->fx_offset = -fix->fx_offset;
++ }
++ }
++ }
++}
++
++/* We need to look for SUB5 instructions with expressions that will be
++ made PC-relative and switch fx_addsy with fx_subsy. This has to be
++ done before adjustment or the wrong symbol might be adjusted.
++
++ This applies to fixups that are a result of expressions like -(sym
++ - .) and that will make it all the way to md_apply_fix3(). LDA
++ does the right thing in convert_frag, so we must not convert
++ those. */
++void
++avr32_frob_file(void)
++{
++ /* if (1 || !linkrelax)
++ return; */
++
++ bfd_map_over_sections(stdoutput, avr32_frob_section, NULL);
++}
++
++static bfd_boolean
++convert_to_diff_reloc(fixS *fixP)
++{
++ switch (fixP->fx_r_type)
++ {
++ case BFD_RELOC_32:
++ fixP->fx_r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_DIFF32;
++ break;
++ case BFD_RELOC_16:
++ fixP->fx_r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_DIFF16;
++ break;
++ case BFD_RELOC_8:
++ fixP->fx_r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_DIFF8;
++ break;
++ default:
++ return FALSE;
++ }
++
++ return TRUE;
++}
++
++/* Simplify a fixup. If possible, the fixup is reduced to a single
++ constant which is written to the output file. Otherwise, a
++ relocation is generated so that the linker can take care of the
++ rest.
++
++ ELF relocations have certain constraints: They can only take a
++ single symbol and a single addend. This means that for difference
++ expressions, we _must_ get rid of the fx_subsy symbol somehow.
++
++ The difference between two labels in the same section can be
++ calculated directly unless 'linkrelax' is set, or a relocation is
++ forced. If so, we must emit a R_AVR32_DIFFxx relocation. If there
++ are addends involved at this point, we must be especially careful
++ as the relocation must point exactly to the symbol being
++ subtracted.
++
++ When subtracting a symbol defined in the same section as the fixup,
++ we might be able to convert it to a PC-relative expression, unless
++ linkrelax is set. If this is the case, there's no way we can make
++ sure that the difference between the fixup and fx_subsy stays
++ constant. So for now, we're just going to disallow that.
++ */
++void
++avr32_process_fixup(fixS *fixP, segT this_segment)
++{
++ segT add_symbol_segment = absolute_section;
++ segT sub_symbol_segment = absolute_section;
++ symbolS *fx_addsy, *fx_subsy;
++ offsetT value = 0, fx_offset;
++ bfd_boolean apply = FALSE;
++
++ assert(this_segment != absolute_section);
++
++ if (fixP->fx_r_type >= BFD_RELOC_UNUSED)
++ {
++ as_bad_where(fixP->fx_file, fixP->fx_line,
++ _("Bad relocation type %d\n"), fixP->fx_r_type);
++ return;
++ }
++
++ /* BFD_RELOC_AVR32_SUB5 fixups have been swapped by avr32_frob_section() */
++ fx_addsy = fixP->fx_addsy;
++ fx_subsy = fixP->fx_subsy;
++ fx_offset = fixP->fx_offset;
++
++ if (fx_addsy)
++ add_symbol_segment = S_GET_SEGMENT(fx_addsy);
++
++ if (fx_subsy)
++ {
++ resolve_symbol_value(fx_subsy);
++ sub_symbol_segment = S_GET_SEGMENT(fx_subsy);
++
++ if (sub_symbol_segment == this_segment
++ && (!linkrelax
++ || S_GET_VALUE(fx_subsy) == (fixP->fx_frag->fr_address
++ + fixP->fx_where)))
++ {
++ fixP->fx_pcrel = TRUE;
++ fx_offset += (fixP->fx_frag->fr_address + fixP->fx_where
++ - S_GET_VALUE(fx_subsy));
++ fx_subsy = NULL;
++ }
++ else if (sub_symbol_segment == absolute_section)
++ {
++ /* The symbol is really a constant. */
++ fx_offset -= S_GET_VALUE(fx_subsy);
++ fx_subsy = NULL;
++ }
++ else if (SEG_NORMAL(add_symbol_segment)
++ && sub_symbol_segment == add_symbol_segment
++ && (!linkrelax || convert_to_diff_reloc(fixP)))
++ {
++ /* Difference between two labels in the same section. */
++ if (linkrelax)
++ {
++ /* convert_to_diff() has ensured that the reloc type is
++ either DIFF32, DIFF16 or DIFF8. */
++ value = (S_GET_VALUE(fx_addsy) + fixP->fx_offset
++ - S_GET_VALUE(fx_subsy));
++
++ /* Try to convert it to a section symbol if possible */
++ if (!S_FORCE_RELOC(fx_addsy, 1)
++ && !(sub_symbol_segment->flags & SEC_THREAD_LOCAL))
++ {
++ fx_offset = S_GET_VALUE(fx_subsy);
++ fx_addsy = section_symbol(sub_symbol_segment);
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ fx_addsy = fx_subsy;
++ fx_offset = 0;
++ }
++
++ fx_subsy = NULL;
++ apply = TRUE;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ fx_offset += S_GET_VALUE(fx_addsy);
++ fx_offset -= S_GET_VALUE(fx_subsy);
++ fx_addsy = NULL;
++ fx_subsy = NULL;
++ }
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ as_bad_where(fixP->fx_file, fixP->fx_line,
++ _("can't resolve `%s' {%s section} - `%s' {%s section}"),
++ fx_addsy ? S_GET_NAME (fx_addsy) : "0",
++ segment_name (add_symbol_segment),
++ S_GET_NAME (fx_subsy),
++ segment_name (sub_symbol_segment));
++ return;
++ }
++ }
++
++ if (fx_addsy && !TC_FORCE_RELOCATION(fixP))
++ {
++ if (add_symbol_segment == this_segment
++ && fixP->fx_pcrel)
++ {
++ value += S_GET_VALUE(fx_addsy);
++ value -= md_pcrel_from_section(fixP, this_segment);
++ fx_addsy = NULL;
++ fixP->fx_pcrel = FALSE;
++ }
++ else if (add_symbol_segment == absolute_section)
++ {
++ fx_offset += S_GET_VALUE(fixP->fx_addsy);
++ fx_addsy = NULL;
++ }
++ }
++
++ if (!fx_addsy)
++ fixP->fx_done = TRUE;
++
++ if (fixP->fx_pcrel)
++ {
++ if (fx_addsy != NULL
++ && S_IS_DEFINED(fx_addsy)
++ && S_GET_SEGMENT(fx_addsy) != this_segment)
++ value += md_pcrel_from_section(fixP, this_segment);
++
++ switch (fixP->fx_r_type)
++ {
++ case BFD_RELOC_32:
++ fixP->fx_r_type = BFD_RELOC_32_PCREL;
++ break;
++ case BFD_RELOC_16:
++ fixP->fx_r_type = BFD_RELOC_16_PCREL;
++ break;
++ case BFD_RELOC_8:
++ fixP->fx_r_type = BFD_RELOC_8_PCREL;
++ break;
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_SUB5:
++ fixP->fx_r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16N_PCREL;
++ break;
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16S:
++ fixP->fx_r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16B_PCREL;
++ break;
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_14UW:
++ fixP->fx_r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_14UW_PCREL;
++ break;
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_10UW:
++ fixP->fx_r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_10UW_PCREL;
++ break;
++ default:
++ /* Should have been taken care of already */
++ break;
++ }
++ }
++
++ if (fixP->fx_done || apply)
++ {
++ const struct avr32_ifield *ifield;
++ char *buf = fixP->fx_where + fixP->fx_frag->fr_literal;
++
++ if (fixP->fx_done)
++ value += fx_offset;
++
++ /* For hosts with longs bigger than 32-bits make sure that the top
++ bits of a 32-bit negative value read in by the parser are set,
++ so that the correct comparisons are made. */
++ if (value & 0x80000000)
++ value |= (-1L << 31);
++
++ switch (fixP->fx_r_type)
++ {
++ case BFD_RELOC_32:
++ case BFD_RELOC_16:
++ case BFD_RELOC_8:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_DIFF32:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_DIFF16:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_DIFF8:
++ md_number_to_chars(buf, value, fixP->fx_size);
++ break;
++ case BFD_RELOC_HI16:
++ value >>= 16;
++ case BFD_RELOC_LO16:
++ value &= 0xffff;
++ md_number_to_chars(buf + 2, value, 2);
++ break;
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16N_PCREL:
++ value = -value;
++ /* fall through */
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_22H_PCREL:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_18W_PCREL:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16B_PCREL:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_11H_PCREL:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_9H_PCREL:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_9UW_PCREL:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_3U:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_4UH:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_6UW:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_6S:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_7UW:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_8S_EXT:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_8S:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_10UW:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_10SW:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_STHH_W:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_14UW:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16S:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16U:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_21S:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_SUB5:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_CPCALL:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16_CP:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_9W_CP:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_15S:
++ ifield = fixP->tc_fix_data.ifield;
++ pr_debug("insert field: %ld <= %ld <= %ld (align %u)\n",
++ fixP->tc_fix_data.min, value, fixP->tc_fix_data.max,
++ fixP->tc_fix_data.align);
++ if (value < fixP->tc_fix_data.min || value > fixP->tc_fix_data.max)
++ as_bad_where(fixP->fx_file, fixP->fx_line,
++ _("operand out of range (%ld not between %ld and %ld)"),
++ value, fixP->tc_fix_data.min, fixP->tc_fix_data.max);
++ if (value & ((1 << fixP->tc_fix_data.align) - 1))
++ as_bad_where(fixP->fx_file, fixP->fx_line,
++ _("misaligned operand (required alignment: %d)"),
++ 1 << fixP->tc_fix_data.align);
++ ifield->insert(ifield, buf, value >> fixP->tc_fix_data.align);
++ break;
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_ALIGN:
++ /* Nothing to do */
++ fixP->fx_done = FALSE;
++ break;
++ default:
++ as_fatal("reloc type %s not handled\n",
++ bfd_get_reloc_code_name(fixP->fx_r_type));
++ }
++ }
++
++ fixP->fx_addsy = fx_addsy;
++ fixP->fx_subsy = fx_subsy;
++ fixP->fx_offset = fx_offset;
++
++ if (!fixP->fx_done)
++ {
++ if (!fixP->fx_addsy)
++ fixP->fx_addsy = abs_section_sym;
++
++ symbol_mark_used_in_reloc(fixP->fx_addsy);
++ if (fixP->fx_subsy)
++ abort();
++ }
++}
++
++#if 0
++void
++md_apply_fix3 (fixS *fixP, valueT *valP, segT seg)
++{
++ const struct avr32_ifield *ifield;
++ offsetT value = *valP;
++ char *buf = fixP->fx_where + fixP->fx_frag->fr_literal;
++ bfd_boolean apply;
++
++ pr_debug("%s:%u: apply_fix3: r_type=%d value=%lx offset=%lx\n",
++ fixP->fx_file, fixP->fx_line, fixP->fx_r_type, *valP,
++ fixP->fx_offset);
++
++ if (fixP->fx_r_type >= BFD_RELOC_UNUSED)
++ {
++ as_bad_where(fixP->fx_file, fixP->fx_line,
++ _("Bad relocation type %d\n"), fixP->fx_r_type);
++ return;
++ }
++
++ if (!fixP->fx_addsy && !fixP->fx_subsy)
++ fixP->fx_done = 1;
++
++ if (fixP->fx_pcrel)
++ {
++ if (fixP->fx_addsy != NULL
++ && S_IS_DEFINED(fixP->fx_addsy)
++ && S_GET_SEGMENT(fixP->fx_addsy) != seg)
++ value += md_pcrel_from_section(fixP, seg);
++
++ switch (fixP->fx_r_type)
++ {
++ case BFD_RELOC_32:
++ fixP->fx_r_type = BFD_RELOC_32_PCREL;
++ break;
++ case BFD_RELOC_16:
++ case BFD_RELOC_8:
++ as_bad_where (fixP->fx_file, fixP->fx_line,
++ _("8- and 16-bit PC-relative relocations not supported"));
++ break;
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_SUB5:
++ fixP->fx_r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_PCREL_SUB5;
++ break;
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16S:
++ fixP->fx_r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16_PCREL;
++ break;
++ default:
++ /* Should have been taken care of already */
++ break;
++ }
++ }
++
++ if (fixP->fx_r_type == BFD_RELOC_32
++ && fixP->fx_subsy)
++ {
++ fixP->fx_r_type = BFD_RELOC_AVR32_DIFF32;
++
++ /* Offsets are only allowed if it's a result of adjusting a
++ local symbol into a section-relative offset.
++ tc_fix_adjustable() should prevent any adjustment if there
++ was an offset involved before. */
++ if (fixP->fx_offset && !symbol_section_p(fixP->fx_addsy))
++ as_bad_where(fixP->fx_file, fixP->fx_line,
++ _("cannot represent symbol difference with an offset"));
++
++ value = (S_GET_VALUE(fixP->fx_addsy) + fixP->fx_offset
++ - S_GET_VALUE(fixP->fx_subsy));
++
++ /* The difference before any relaxing takes place is written
++ out, and the DIFF32 reloc identifies the address of the first
++ symbol (i.e. the on that's subtracted.) */
++ *valP = value;
++ fixP->fx_offset -= value;
++ fixP->fx_subsy = NULL;
++
++ md_number_to_chars(buf, value, fixP->fx_size);
++ }
++
++ if (fixP->fx_done)
++ {
++ switch (fixP->fx_r_type)
++ {
++ case BFD_RELOC_8:
++ case BFD_RELOC_16:
++ case BFD_RELOC_32:
++ md_number_to_chars(buf, value, fixP->fx_size);
++ break;
++ case BFD_RELOC_HI16:
++ value >>= 16;
++ case BFD_RELOC_LO16:
++ value &= 0xffff;
++ *valP = value;
++ md_number_to_chars(buf + 2, value, 2);
++ break;
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_PCREL_SUB5:
++ value = -value;
++ /* fall through */
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_9_PCREL:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_11_PCREL:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16_PCREL:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_18_PCREL:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_22_PCREL:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_3U:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_4UH:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_6UW:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_6S:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_7UW:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_8S:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_10UW:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_10SW:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_14UW:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16S:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16U:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_21S:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_BRC1:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_SUB5:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_CPCALL:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_16_CP:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_9_CP:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_15S:
++ ifield = fixP->tc_fix_data.ifield;
++ pr_debug("insert field: %ld <= %ld <= %ld (align %u)\n",
++ fixP->tc_fix_data.min, value, fixP->tc_fix_data.max,
++ fixP->tc_fix_data.align);
++ if (value < fixP->tc_fix_data.min || value > fixP->tc_fix_data.max)
++ as_bad_where(fixP->fx_file, fixP->fx_line,
++ _("operand out of range (%ld not between %ld and %ld)"),
++ value, fixP->tc_fix_data.min, fixP->tc_fix_data.max);
++ if (value & ((1 << fixP->tc_fix_data.align) - 1))
++ as_bad_where(fixP->fx_file, fixP->fx_line,
++ _("misaligned operand (required alignment: %d)"),
++ 1 << fixP->tc_fix_data.align);
++ ifield->insert(ifield, buf, value >> fixP->tc_fix_data.align);
++ break;
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_ALIGN:
++ /* Nothing to do */
++ fixP->fx_done = FALSE;
++ break;
++ default:
++ as_fatal("reloc type %s not handled\n",
++ bfd_get_reloc_code_name(fixP->fx_r_type));
++ }
++ }
++}
++#endif
++
++arelent *
++tc_gen_reloc (asection *section ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ fixS *fixp)
++{
++ arelent *reloc;
++ bfd_reloc_code_real_type code;
++
++ reloc = xmalloc (sizeof (arelent));
++
++ reloc->sym_ptr_ptr = xmalloc (sizeof (asymbol *));
++ *reloc->sym_ptr_ptr = symbol_get_bfdsym (fixp->fx_addsy);
++ reloc->address = fixp->fx_frag->fr_address + fixp->fx_where;
++ reloc->addend = fixp->fx_offset;
++ code = fixp->fx_r_type;
++
++ reloc->howto = bfd_reloc_type_lookup (stdoutput, code);
++
++ if (reloc->howto == NULL)
++ {
++ as_bad_where (fixp->fx_file, fixp->fx_line,
++ _("cannot represent relocation %s in this object file format"),
++ bfd_get_reloc_code_name (code));
++ return NULL;
++ }
++
++ return reloc;
++}
++
++bfd_boolean
++avr32_force_reloc(fixS *fixP)
++{
++ if (linkrelax && fixP->fx_addsy
++ && !(S_GET_SEGMENT(fixP->fx_addsy)->flags & SEC_DEBUGGING)
++ && S_GET_SEGMENT(fixP->fx_addsy) != absolute_section)
++ {
++ pr_debug(stderr, "force reloc: addsy=%p, r_type=%d, sec=%s\n",
++ fixP->fx_addsy, fixP->fx_r_type, S_GET_SEGMENT(fixP->fx_addsy)->name);
++ return 1;
++ }
++
++ return generic_force_reloc(fixP);
++}
++
++bfd_boolean
++avr32_fix_adjustable(fixS *fixP)
++{
++ switch (fixP->fx_r_type)
++ {
++ /* GOT relocations can't have addends since BFD treats all
++ references to a given symbol the same. This means that we
++ must avoid section-relative references to local symbols when
++ dealing with these kinds of relocs */
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT32:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT16:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT8:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT21S:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT18SW:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOT16S:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_LDA_GOT:
++ case BFD_RELOC_AVR32_GOTCALL:
++ pr_debug("fix not adjustable\n");
++ return 0;
++
++ default:
++ break;
++ }
++
++ return 1;
++}
++
++/* When we want the linker to be able to relax the code, we need to
++ output a reloc for every .align directive requesting an alignment
++ to a four byte boundary or larger. If we don't do this, the linker
++ can't guarantee that the alignment is actually maintained in the
++ linker output.
++
++ TODO: Might as well insert proper NOPs while we're at it... */
++void
++avr32_handle_align(fragS *frag)
++{
++ if (linkrelax
++ && frag->fr_type == rs_align_code
++ && frag->fr_address + frag->fr_fix > 0
++ && frag->fr_offset > 0)
++ {
++ /* The alignment order (fr_offset) is stored in the addend. */
++ fix_new(frag, frag->fr_fix, 2, &abs_symbol, frag->fr_offset,
++ FALSE, BFD_RELOC_AVR32_ALIGN);
++ }
++}
++
++/* Relax_align. Advance location counter to next address that has 'alignment'
++ lowest order bits all 0s, return size of adjustment made. */
++relax_addressT
++avr32_relax_align(segT segment ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ fragS *fragP,
++ relax_addressT address)
++{
++ relax_addressT mask;
++ relax_addressT new_address;
++ int alignment;
++
++ alignment = fragP->fr_offset;
++ mask = ~((~0) << alignment);
++ new_address = (address + mask) & (~mask);
++
++ return new_address - address;
++}
++
++/* Turn a string in input_line_pointer into a floating point constant
++ of type type, and store the appropriate bytes in *litP. The number
++ of LITTLENUMS emitted is stored in *sizeP . An error message is
++ returned, or NULL on OK. */
++
++/* Equal to MAX_PRECISION in atof-ieee.c */
++#define MAX_LITTLENUMS 6
++
++char *
++md_atof (type, litP, sizeP)
++char type;
++char * litP;
++int * sizeP;
++{
++ int i;
++ int prec;
++ LITTLENUM_TYPE words [MAX_LITTLENUMS];
++ char * t;
++
++ switch (type)
++ {
++ case 'f':
++ case 'F':
++ case 's':
++ case 'S':
++ prec = 2;
++ break;
++
++ case 'd':
++ case 'D':
++ case 'r':
++ case 'R':
++ prec = 4;
++ break;
++
++ /* FIXME: Some targets allow other format chars for bigger sizes here. */
++
++ default:
++ * sizeP = 0;
++ return _("Bad call to md_atof()");
++ }
++
++ t = atof_ieee (input_line_pointer, type, words);
++ if (t)
++ input_line_pointer = t;
++ * sizeP = prec * sizeof (LITTLENUM_TYPE);
++
++ for (i = 0; i < prec; i++)
++ {
++ md_number_to_chars (litP, (valueT) words[i],
++ sizeof (LITTLENUM_TYPE));
++ litP += sizeof (LITTLENUM_TYPE);
++ }
++
++ return 0;
++}
++
++static char *avr32_end_of_match(char *cont, char *what)
++{
++ int len = strlen (what);
++
++ if (! is_part_of_name (cont[len])
++ && strncasecmp (cont, what, len) == 0)
++ return cont + len;
++
++ return NULL;
++}
++
++int
++avr32_parse_name (char const *name, expressionS *exp, char *nextchar)
++{
++ char *next = input_line_pointer;
++ char *next_end;
++
++ pr_debug("parse_name: %s, nextchar=%c (%02x)\n", name, *nextchar, *nextchar);
++
++ if (*nextchar == '(')
++ {
++ if (strcasecmp(name, "hi") == 0)
++ {
++ *next = *nextchar;
++
++ expression(exp);
++
++ if (exp->X_op == O_constant)
++ {
++ pr_debug(" -> constant hi(0x%08lx) -> 0x%04lx\n",
++ exp->X_add_number, exp->X_add_number >> 16);
++ exp->X_add_number = (exp->X_add_number >> 16) & 0xffff;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ exp->X_md = exp->X_op;
++ exp->X_op = O_hi;
++ }
++
++ return 1;
++ }
++ else if (strcasecmp(name, "lo") == 0)
++ {
++ *next = *nextchar;
++
++ expression(exp);
++
++ if (exp->X_op == O_constant)
++ exp->X_add_number &= 0xffff;
++ else
++ {
++ exp->X_md = exp->X_op;
++ exp->X_op = O_lo;
++ }
++
++ return 1;
++ }
++ }
++ else if (*nextchar == '@')
++ {
++ exp->X_md = exp->X_op;
++
++ if ((next_end = avr32_end_of_match (next + 1, "got")))
++ exp->X_op = O_got;
++ else if ((next_end = avr32_end_of_match (next + 1, "tlsgd")))
++ exp->X_op = O_tlsgd;
++ /* Add more as needed */
++ else
++ {
++ char c;
++ input_line_pointer++;
++ c = get_symbol_end();
++ as_bad (_("unknown relocation override `%s'"), next + 1);
++ *input_line_pointer = c;
++ input_line_pointer = next;
++ return 0;
++ }
++
++ exp->X_op_symbol = NULL;
++ exp->X_add_symbol = symbol_find_or_make (name);
++ exp->X_add_number = 0;
++
++ *input_line_pointer = *nextchar;
++ input_line_pointer = next_end;
++ *nextchar = *input_line_pointer;
++ *input_line_pointer = '\0';
++ return 1;
++ }
++ else if (strcmp (name, "_GLOBAL_OFFSET_TABLE_") == 0)
++ {
++ if (!GOT_symbol)
++ GOT_symbol = symbol_find_or_make(name);
++
++ exp->X_add_symbol = GOT_symbol;
++ exp->X_op = O_symbol;
++ exp->X_add_number = 0;
++ return 1;
++ }
++
++ return 0;
++}
++
++static void
++s_rseg (int value ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
++{
++ /* Syntax: RSEG segment_name [:type] [NOROOT|ROOT] [(align)]
++ * Defaults:
++ * - type: undocumented ("typically CODE or DATA")
++ * - ROOT
++ * - align: 1 for code, 0 for others
++ *
++ * TODO: NOROOT is ignored. If gas supports discardable segments, it should
++ * be implemented.
++ */
++ char *name, *end;
++ int length, type, attr;
++ int align = 0;
++
++ SKIP_WHITESPACE();
++
++ end = input_line_pointer;
++ while (0 == strchr ("\n\t;:( ", *end))
++ end++;
++ if (end == input_line_pointer)
++ {
++ as_warn (_("missing name"));
++ ignore_rest_of_line();
++ return;
++ }
++
++ name = xmalloc (end - input_line_pointer + 1);
++ memcpy (name, input_line_pointer, end - input_line_pointer);
++ name[end - input_line_pointer] = '\0';
++ input_line_pointer = end;
++
++ SKIP_WHITESPACE();
++
++ type = SHT_NULL;
++ attr = 0;
++
++ if (*input_line_pointer == ':')
++ {
++ /* Skip the colon */
++ ++input_line_pointer;
++ SKIP_WHITESPACE();
++
++ /* Possible options at this point:
++ * - flag (ROOT or NOROOT)
++ * - a segment type
++ */
++ end = input_line_pointer;
++ while (0 == strchr ("\n\t;:( ", *end))
++ end++;
++ length = end - input_line_pointer;
++ if (((length == 4) && (0 == strncasecmp( input_line_pointer, "ROOT", 4))) ||
++ ((length == 6) && (0 == strncasecmp( input_line_pointer, "NOROOT", 6))))
++ {
++ /* Ignore ROOT/NOROOT */
++ input_line_pointer = end;
++ }
++ else
++ {
++ /* Must be a segment type */
++ switch (*input_line_pointer)
++ {
++ case 'C':
++ case 'c':
++ if ((length == 4) &&
++ (0 == strncasecmp (input_line_pointer, "CODE", 4)))
++ {
++ attr |= SHF_ALLOC | SHF_EXECINSTR;
++ type = SHT_PROGBITS;
++ align = 1;
++ break;
++ }
++ if ((length == 5) &&
++ (0 == strncasecmp (input_line_pointer, "CONST", 5)))
++ {
++ attr |= SHF_ALLOC;
++ type = SHT_PROGBITS;
++ break;
++ }
++ goto de_fault;
++
++ case 'D':
++ case 'd':
++ if ((length == 4) &&
++ (0 == strncasecmp (input_line_pointer, "DATA", 4)))
++ {
++ attr |= SHF_ALLOC | SHF_WRITE;
++ type = SHT_PROGBITS;
++ break;
++ }
++ goto de_fault;
++
++ /* TODO: Add FAR*, HUGE*, IDATA and NEAR* if necessary */
++
++ case 'U':
++ case 'u':
++ if ((length == 7) &&
++ (0 == strncasecmp (input_line_pointer, "UNTYPED", 7)))
++ break;
++ goto de_fault;
++
++ /* TODO: Add XDATA and ZPAGE if necessary */
++
++ de_fault:
++ default:
++ as_warn (_("unrecognized segment type"));
++ }
++
++ input_line_pointer = end;
++ SKIP_WHITESPACE();
++
++ if (*input_line_pointer == ':')
++ {
++ /* ROOT/NOROOT */
++ ++input_line_pointer;
++ SKIP_WHITESPACE();
++
++ end = input_line_pointer;
++ while (0 == strchr ("\n\t;:( ", *end))
++ end++;
++ length = end - input_line_pointer;
++ if (! ((length == 4) &&
++ (0 == strncasecmp( input_line_pointer, "ROOT", 4))) &&
++ ! ((length == 6) &&
++ (0 == strncasecmp( input_line_pointer, "NOROOT", 6))))
++ {
++ as_warn (_("unrecognized segment flag"));
++ }
++
++ input_line_pointer = end;
++ SKIP_WHITESPACE();
++ }
++ }
++ }
++
++ if (*input_line_pointer == '(')
++ {
++ align = get_absolute_expression ();
++ }
++
++ demand_empty_rest_of_line();
++
++ obj_elf_change_section (name, type, attr, 0, NULL, 0, 0);
++#ifdef AVR32_DEBUG
++ fprintf( stderr, "RSEG: Changed section to %s, type: 0x%x, attr: 0x%x\n",
++ name, type, attr );
++ fprintf( stderr, "RSEG: Aligning to 2**%d\n", align );
++#endif
++
++ if (align > 15)
++ {
++ align = 15;
++ as_warn (_("alignment too large: %u assumed"), align);
++ }
++
++ /* Hope not, that is */
++ assert (now_seg != absolute_section);
++
++ /* Only make a frag if we HAVE to... */
++ if (align != 0 && !need_pass_2)
++ {
++ if (subseg_text_p (now_seg))
++ frag_align_code (align, 0);
++ else
++ frag_align (align, 0, 0);
++ }
++
++ record_alignment (now_seg, align - OCTETS_PER_BYTE_POWER);
++}
++
++/* vim: syntax=c sw=2
++ */
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/config/tc-avr32.h
+@@ -0,0 +1,325 @@
++/* Assembler definitions for AVR32.
++ Copyright 2003-2006 Atmel Corporation.
++
++ Written by Haavard Skinnemoen, Atmel Norway, <hskinnemoen@atmel.com>
++
++ This file is part of GAS, the GNU Assembler.
++
++ GAS 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 2, or (at your option)
++ any later version.
++
++ GAS 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 GAS; see the file COPYING. If not, write to the Free
++ Software Foundation, 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA
++ 02111-1307, USA. */
++
++#if 0
++#define DEBUG
++#define DEBUG1
++#define DEBUG2
++#define DEBUG3
++#define DEBUG4
++#define DEBUG5
++#endif
++
++/* Are we trying to be compatible with the IAR assembler? (--iar) */
++extern int avr32_iarcompat;
++
++/* By convention, you should define this macro in the `.h' file. For
++ example, `tc-m68k.h' defines `TC_M68K'. You might have to use this
++ if it is necessary to add CPU specific code to the object format
++ file. */
++#define TC_AVR32
++
++/* This macro is the BFD target name to use when creating the output
++ file. This will normally depend upon the `OBJ_FMT' macro. */
++#define TARGET_FORMAT "elf32-avr32"
++
++/* This macro is the BFD architecture to pass to `bfd_set_arch_mach'. */
++#define TARGET_ARCH bfd_arch_avr32
++
++/* This macro is the BFD machine number to pass to
++ `bfd_set_arch_mach'. If it is not defined, GAS will use 0. */
++#define TARGET_MACH 0
++
++/* UNDOCUMENTED: Allow //-style comments */
++#define DOUBLESLASH_LINE_COMMENTS
++
++/* You should define this macro to be non-zero if the target is big
++ endian, and zero if the target is little endian. */
++#define TARGET_BYTES_BIG_ENDIAN 1
++
++/* FIXME: It seems that GAS only expects a one-byte opcode...
++ #define NOP_OPCODE 0xd703 */
++
++/* If you define this macro, GAS will warn about the use of
++ nonstandard escape sequences in a string. */
++#undef ONLY_STANDARD_ESCAPES
++
++#define DWARF2_FORMAT() dwarf2_format_32bit
++
++/* Instructions are either 2 or 4 bytes long */
++/* #define DWARF2_LINE_MIN_INSN_LENGTH 2 */
++
++/* GAS will call this function for any expression that can not be
++ recognized. When the function is called, `input_line_pointer'
++ will point to the start of the expression. */
++#define md_operand(x)
++
++#define md_parse_name(name, expr, mode, c) avr32_parse_name(name, expr, c)
++extern int avr32_parse_name(const char *, struct expressionS *, char *);
++
++/* You may define this macro to generate a fixup for a data
++ allocation pseudo-op. */
++#define TC_CONS_FIX_NEW(FRAG, OFF, LEN, EXP) \
++ avr32_cons_fix_new(FRAG, OFF, LEN, EXP)
++void avr32_cons_fix_new (fragS *, int, int, expressionS *);
++
++/* `extsym - .' expressions can be emitted using PC-relative relocs */
++#define DIFF_EXPR_OK
++
++/* This is used to construct expressions out of @gotoff, etc. The
++ relocation type is stored in X_md */
++#define O_got O_md1
++#define O_hi O_md2
++#define O_lo O_md3
++#define O_tlsgd O_md4
++
++/* You may define this macro to parse an expression used in a data
++ allocation pseudo-op such as `.word'. You can use this to
++ recognize relocation directives that may appear in such directives. */
++/* #define TC_PARSE_CONS_EXPRESSION(EXPR,N) avr_parse_cons_expression (EXPR,N)
++ void avr_parse_cons_expression (expressionS *exp, int nbytes); */
++
++/* This should just call either `number_to_chars_bigendian' or
++ `number_to_chars_littleendian', whichever is appropriate. On
++ targets like the MIPS which support options to change the
++ endianness, which function to call is a runtime decision. On
++ other targets, `md_number_to_chars' can be a simple macro. */
++#define md_number_to_chars number_to_chars_bigendian
++
++/* `md_short_jump_size'
++ `md_long_jump_size'
++ `md_create_short_jump'
++ `md_create_long_jump'
++ If `WORKING_DOT_WORD' is defined, GAS will not do broken word
++ processing (*note Broken words::.). Otherwise, you should set
++ `md_short_jump_size' to the size of a short jump (a jump that is
++ just long enough to jump around a long jmp) and
++ `md_long_jump_size' to the size of a long jump (a jump that can go
++ anywhere in the function), You should define
++ `md_create_short_jump' to create a short jump around a long jump,
++ and define `md_create_long_jump' to create a long jump. */
++#define WORKING_DOT_WORD
++
++/* If you define this macro, it means that `tc_gen_reloc' may return
++ multiple relocation entries for a single fixup. In this case, the
++ return value of `tc_gen_reloc' is a pointer to a null terminated
++ array. */
++#undef RELOC_EXPANSION_POSSIBLE
++
++/* If you define this macro, GAS will not require pseudo-ops to start with a .
++ character. */
++#define NO_PSEUDO_DOT (avr32_iarcompat)
++
++/* The IAR assembler uses $ as the location counter. Unfortunately, we
++ can't make this dependent on avr32_iarcompat... */
++#define DOLLAR_DOT
++
++/* Values passed to md_apply_fix3 don't include the symbol value. */
++#define MD_APPLY_SYM_VALUE(FIX) 0
++
++/* The number of bytes to put into a word in a listing. This affects
++ the way the bytes are clumped together in the listing. For
++ example, a value of 2 might print `1234 5678' where a value of 1
++ would print `12 34 56 78'. The default value is 4. */
++#define LISTING_WORD_SIZE 4
++
++/* extern const struct relax_type md_relax_table[];
++#define TC_GENERIC_RELAX_TABLE md_relax_table */
++
++/*
++ An `.lcomm' directive with no explicit alignment parameter will use
++ this macro to set P2VAR to the alignment that a request for SIZE
++ bytes will have. The alignment is expressed as a power of two. If
++ no alignment should take place, the macro definition should do
++ nothing. Some targets define a `.bss' directive that is also
++ affected by this macro. The default definition will set P2VAR to
++ the truncated power of two of sizes up to eight bytes.
++
++ We want doublewords to be word-aligned, so we're going to modify the
++ default definition a tiny bit.
++*/
++#define TC_IMPLICIT_LCOMM_ALIGNMENT(SIZE, P2VAR) \
++ do \
++ { \
++ if ((SIZE) >= 4) \
++ (P2VAR) = 2; \
++ else if ((SIZE) >= 2) \
++ (P2VAR) = 1; \
++ else \
++ (P2VAR) = 0; \
++ } \
++ while (0)
++
++/* When relaxing, we need to generate relocations for alignment
++ directives. */
++#define HANDLE_ALIGN(frag) avr32_handle_align(frag)
++extern void avr32_handle_align(fragS *);
++
++/* See internals doc for explanation. Oh wait...
++ Now, can you guess where "alignment" comes from? ;-) */
++#define MAX_MEM_FOR_RS_ALIGN_CODE ((1 << alignment) - 1)
++
++/* We need to stop gas from reducing certain expressions (e.g. GOT
++ references) */
++#define tc_fix_adjustable(fix) avr32_fix_adjustable(fix)
++extern bfd_boolean avr32_fix_adjustable(struct fix *);
++
++/* The linker needs to be passed a little more information when relaxing. */
++#define TC_FORCE_RELOCATION(fix) avr32_force_reloc(fix)
++extern bfd_boolean avr32_force_reloc(struct fix *);
++
++/* I'm tired of working around all the madness in fixup_segment().
++ This hook will do basically the same things as the generic code,
++ and then it will "goto" right past it. */
++#define TC_VALIDATE_FIX(FIX, SEG, SKIP) \
++ do \
++ { \
++ avr32_process_fixup(FIX, SEG); \
++ if (!(FIX)->fx_done) \
++ ++seg_reloc_count; \
++ goto SKIP; \
++ } \
++ while (0)
++extern void avr32_process_fixup(struct fix *fixP, segT this_segment);
++
++/* Positive values of TC_FX_SIZE_SLACK allow a target to define
++ fixups that far past the end of a frag. Having such fixups
++ is of course most most likely a bug in setting fx_size correctly.
++ A negative value disables the fixup check entirely, which is
++ appropriate for something like the Renesas / SuperH SH_COUNT
++ reloc. */
++/* This target is buggy, and sets fix size too large. */
++#define TC_FX_SIZE_SLACK(FIX) -1
++
++/* We don't want the gas core to make any assumptions about our way of
++ doing linkrelaxing. */
++#define TC_LINKRELAX_FIXUP(SEG) 0
++
++/* ... but we do want it to insert lots of padding. */
++#define LINKER_RELAXING_SHRINKS_ONLY
++
++/* Better do it ourselves, really... */
++#define TC_RELAX_ALIGN(SEG, FRAG, ADDR) avr32_relax_align(SEG, FRAG, ADDR)
++extern relax_addressT
++avr32_relax_align(segT segment, fragS *fragP, relax_addressT address);
++
++/* Use line number format that is amenable to linker relaxation. */
++#define DWARF2_USE_FIXED_ADVANCE_PC (linkrelax != 0)
++
++/* This is called by write_object_file() just before symbols are
++ attempted converted into section symbols. */
++#define tc_frob_file_before_adjust() avr32_frob_file()
++extern void avr32_frob_file(void);
++
++/* If you define this macro, GAS will call it at the end of each input
++ file. */
++#define md_cleanup() avr32_cleanup()
++extern void avr32_cleanup(void);
++
++/* There's an AVR32-specific hack in operand() which creates O_md
++ expressions when encountering HWRD or LWRD. We need to generate
++ proper relocs for them */
++/* #define md_cgen_record_fixup_exp avr32_cgen_record_fixup_exp */
++
++/* I needed to add an extra hook in gas_cgen_finish_insn() for
++ conversion of O_md* operands because md_cgen_record_fixup_exp()
++ isn't called for relaxable insns */
++/* #define md_cgen_convert_expr(exp, opinfo) avr32_cgen_convert_expr(exp, opinfo)
++ int avr32_cgen_convert_expr(expressionS *, int); */
++
++/* #define tc_gen_reloc gas_cgen_tc_gen_reloc */
++
++/* If you define this macro, it should return the position from which
++ the PC relative adjustment for a PC relative fixup should be
++ made. On many processors, the base of a PC relative instruction is
++ the next instruction, so this macro would return the length of an
++ instruction, plus the address of the PC relative fixup. The latter
++ can be calculated as fixp->fx_where + fixp->fx_frag->fr_address. */
++extern long md_pcrel_from_section (struct fix *, segT);
++#define MD_PCREL_FROM_SECTION(FIX, SEC) md_pcrel_from_section (FIX, SEC)
++
++#define LOCAL_LABEL(name) (name[0] == '.' && (name[1] == 'L'))
++#define LOCAL_LABELS_FB 1
++
++struct avr32_relaxer
++{
++ int (*estimate_size)(fragS *, segT);
++ long (*relax_frag)(segT, fragS *, long);
++ void (*convert_frag)(bfd *, segT, fragS *);
++};
++
++/* AVR32 has quite complex instruction coding, which means we need
++ * lots of information in order to do the right thing during relaxing
++ * (basically, we need to be able to reconstruct a whole new opcode if
++ * necessary) */
++#define TC_FRAG_TYPE struct avr32_frag_data
++
++struct cpool;
++
++struct avr32_frag_data
++{
++ /* TODO: Maybe add an expression object here so that we can use
++ fix_new_exp() in md_convert_frag? We may have to decide
++ pcrel-ness in md_estimate_size_before_relax() as well...or we
++ might do it when parsing. Doing it while parsing may fail
++ because the sub_symbol is undefined then... */
++ int pcrel;
++ int force_extended;
++ int reloc_info;
++ struct avr32_relaxer *relaxer;
++ expressionS exp;
++
++ /* Points to associated constant pool, for use by LDA and CALL in
++ non-pic mode, and when relaxing the .cpool directive */
++ struct cpool *pool;
++ unsigned int pool_entry;
++};
++
++/* We will have to initialize the fields explicitly when needed */
++#define TC_FRAG_INIT(fragP)
++
++#define md_estimate_size_before_relax(fragP, segT) \
++ ((fragP)->tc_frag_data.relaxer->estimate_size(fragP, segT))
++#define md_relax_frag(segment, fragP, stretch) \
++ ((fragP)->tc_frag_data.relaxer->relax_frag(segment, fragP, stretch))
++#define md_convert_frag(abfd, segment, fragP) \
++ ((fragP)->tc_frag_data.relaxer->convert_frag(abfd, segment, fragP))
++
++#define TC_FIX_TYPE struct avr32_fix_data
++
++struct avr32_fix_data
++{
++ const struct avr32_ifield *ifield;
++ unsigned int align;
++ long min;
++ long max;
++};
++
++#define TC_INIT_FIX_DATA(fixP) \
++ do \
++ { \
++ (fixP)->tc_fix_data.ifield = NULL; \
++ (fixP)->tc_fix_data.align = 0; \
++ (fixP)->tc_fix_data.min = 0; \
++ (fixP)->tc_fix_data.max = 0; \
++ } \
++ while (0)
+--- a/gas/configure.tgt
++++ b/gas/configure.tgt
+@@ -33,6 +33,7 @@ case ${cpu} in
+ am33_2.0) cpu_type=mn10300 endian=little ;;
+ arm*be|arm*b) cpu_type=arm endian=big ;;
+ arm*) cpu_type=arm endian=little ;;
++ avr32*) cpu_type=avr32 endian=big ;;
+ bfin*) cpu_type=bfin endian=little ;;
+ c4x*) cpu_type=tic4x ;;
+ cr16*) cpu_type=cr16 endian=little ;;
+@@ -129,6 +130,9 @@ case ${generic_target} in
+ bfin-*elf) fmt=elf ;;
+ cr16-*-elf*) fmt=elf ;;
+
++ avr32-*-linux*) fmt=elf em=linux bfd_gas=yes ;;
++ avr32*) fmt=elf bfd_gas=yes ;;
++
+ cris-*-linux-* | crisv32-*-linux-*)
+ fmt=multi em=linux ;;
+ cris-*-* | crisv32-*-*) fmt=multi ;;
+--- a/gas/doc/all.texi
++++ b/gas/doc/all.texi
+@@ -30,6 +30,7 @@
+ @set ARC
+ @set ARM
+ @set AVR
++@set AVR32
+ @set BFIN
+ @set CR16
+ @set CRIS
+--- a/gas/doc/as.texinfo
++++ b/gas/doc/as.texinfo
+@@ -6353,6 +6353,9 @@ subject, see the hardware manufacturer's
+ @ifset AVR
+ * AVR-Dependent:: AVR Dependent Features
+ @end ifset
++@ifset AVR32
++* AVR32-Dependent:: AVR32 Dependent Features
++@end ifset
+ @ifset BFIN
+ * BFIN-Dependent:: BFIN Dependent Features
+ @end ifset
+@@ -6476,6 +6479,10 @@ subject, see the hardware manufacturer's
+ @include c-avr.texi
+ @end ifset
+
++@ifset AVR32
++@include c-avr32.texi
++@end ifset
++
+ @ifset BFIN
+ @include c-bfin.texi
+ @end ifset
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/doc/c-avr32.texi
+@@ -0,0 +1,247 @@
++@c Copyright 2005, 2006
++@c Atmel Corporation
++@c This is part of the GAS manual.
++@c For copying conditions, see the file as.texinfo.
++
++@ifset GENERIC
++@page
++@node AVR32-Dependent
++@chapter AVR32 Dependent Features
++@end ifset
++
++@ifclear GENERIC
++@node Machine Dependencies
++@chapter AVR32 Dependent Features
++@end ifclear
++
++@cindex AVR32 support
++@menu
++* AVR32 Options:: Options
++* AVR32 Syntax:: Syntax
++* AVR32 Directives:: Directives
++* AVR32 Opcodes:: Opcodes
++@end menu
++
++@node AVR32 Options
++@section Options
++@cindex AVR32 options
++@cindex options for AVR32
++
++There are currently no AVR32-specific options. However, the following
++options are planned:
++
++@table @code
++
++@cindex @code{--pic} command line option, AVR32
++@cindex PIC code generation for AVR32
++@item --pic
++This option specifies that the output of the assembler should be marked
++as position-independent code (PIC). It will also ensure that
++pseudo-instructions that deal with address calculation are output as
++PIC, and that all absolute address references in the code are marked as
++such.
++
++@cindex @code{--linkrelax} command line option, AVR32
++@item --linkrelax
++This option specifies that the output of the assembler should be marked
++as linker-relaxable. It will also ensure that all PC-relative operands
++that may change during linker relaxation get appropriate relocations.
++
++@end table
++
++
++@node AVR32 Syntax
++@section Syntax
++@menu
++* AVR32-Chars:: Special Characters
++* AVR32-Symrefs:: Symbol references
++@end menu
++
++@node AVR32-Chars
++@subsection Special Characters
++
++@cindex line comment character, AVR32
++@cindex AVR32 line comment character
++The presence of a @samp{//} on a line indicates the start of a comment
++that extends to the end of the current line. If a @samp{#} appears as
++the first character of a line, the whole line is treated as a comment.
++
++@cindex line separator, AVR32
++@cindex statement separator, AVR32
++@cindex AVR32 line separator
++The @samp{;} character can be used instead of a newline to separate
++statements.
++
++@node AVR32-Symrefs
++@subsection Symbol references
++
++The absolute value of a symbol can be obtained by simply naming the
++symbol. However, as AVR32 symbols have 32-bit values, most symbols have
++values that are outside the range of any instructions.
++
++Instructions that take a PC-relative offset, e.g. @code{lddpc} or
++@code{rcall}, can also reference a symbol by simply naming the symbol
++(no explicit calculations necessary). In this case, the assembler or
++linker subtracts the address of the instruction from the symbol's value
++and inserts the result into the instruction. Note that even though an
++overflow is less likely to happen for a relative reference than for an
++absolute reference, the assembler or linker will generate an error if
++the referenced symbol is too far away from the current location.
++
++Relative references can be used for data as well. For example:
++
++@smallexample
++ lddpc r0, 2f
++1: add r0, pc
++ ...
++ .align 2
++2: .int @var{some_symbol} - 1b
++@end smallexample
++
++Here, r0 will end up with the run-time address of @var{some_symbol} even
++if the program was loaded at a different address than it was linked
++(position-independent code).
++
++@subsubsection Symbol modifiers
++
++@table @code
++
++@item @code{hi(@var{symbol})}
++Evaluates to the value of the symbol shifted right 16 bits. This will
++work even if @var{symbol} is defined in a different module.
++
++@item @code{lo(@var{symbol})}
++Evaluates to the low 16 bits of the symbol's value. This will work even
++if @var{symbol} is defined in a different module.
++
++@item @code{@var{symbol}@@got}
++Create a GOT entry for @var{symbol} and return the offset of that entry
++relative to the GOT base.
++
++@end table
++
++
++@node AVR32 Directives
++@section Directives
++@cindex machine directives, AVR32
++@cindex AVR32 directives
++
++@table @code
++
++@cindex @code{.cpool} directive, AVR32
++@item .cpool
++This directive causes the current contents of the constant pool to be
++dumped into the current section at the current location (aligned to a
++word boundary). @code{GAS} maintains a separate constant pool for each
++section and each sub-section. The @code{.cpool} directive will only
++affect the constant pool of the current section and sub-section. At the
++end of assembly, all remaining, non-empty constant pools will
++automatically be dumped.
++
++@end table
++
++
++@node AVR32 Opcodes
++@section Opcodes
++@cindex AVR32 opcodes
++@cindex opcodes for AVR32
++
++@code{@value{AS}} implements all the standard AVR32 opcodes. It also
++implements several pseudo-opcodes, which are recommended to use wherever
++possible because they give the tool chain better freedom to generate
++optimal code.
++
++@table @code
++
++@cindex @code{LDA.W reg, symbol} pseudo op, AVR32
++@item LDA.W
++@smallexample
++ lda.w @var{reg}, @var{symbol}
++@end smallexample
++
++This instruction will load the address of @var{symbol} into
++@var{reg}. The instruction will evaluate to one of the following,
++depending on the relative distance to the symbol, the relative distance
++to the constant pool and whether the @code{--pic} option has been
++specified. If the @code{--pic} option has not been specified, the
++alternatives are as follows:
++@smallexample
++ /* @var{symbol} evaluates to a small enough value */
++ mov @var{reg}, @var{symbol}
++
++ /* (. - @var{symbol}) evaluates to a small enough value */
++ sub @var{reg}, pc, . - @var{symbol}
++
++ /* Constant pool is close enough */
++ lddpc @var{reg}, @var{cpent}
++ ...
++@var{cpent}:
++ .long @var{symbol}
++
++ /* Otherwise (not implemented yet, probably not necessary) */
++ mov @var{reg}, lo(@var{symbol})
++ orh @var{reg}, hi(@var{symbol})
++@end smallexample
++
++If the @code{--pic} option has been specified, the alternatives are as
++follows:
++@smallexample
++ /* (. - @var{symbol}) evaluates to a small enough value */
++ sub @var{reg}, pc, . - @var{symbol}
++
++ /* If @code{--linkrelax} not specified */
++ ld.w @var{reg}, r6[@var{symbol}@@got]
++
++ /* Otherwise */
++ mov @var{reg}, @var{symbol}@@got / 4
++ ld.w @var{reg}, r6[@var{reg} << 2]
++@end smallexample
++
++If @var{symbol} is not defined in the same file and section as the
++@code{LDA.W} instruction, the most pessimistic alternative of the
++above is selected. The linker may convert it back into the most
++optimal alternative when the final value of all symbols is known.
++
++@cindex @code{CALL symbol} pseudo op, AVR32
++@item CALL
++@smallexample
++ call @var{symbol}
++@end smallexample
++
++This instruction will insert code to call the subroutine identified by
++@var{symbol}. It will evaluate to one of the following, depending on
++the relative distance to the symbol as well as the @code{--linkrelax}
++and @code{--pic} command-line options.
++
++If @var{symbol} is defined in the same section and input file, and the
++distance is small enough, an @code{rcall} instruction is inserted:
++@smallexample
++ rcall @var{symbol}
++@end smallexample
++
++Otherwise, if the @code{--pic} option has not been specified:
++@smallexample
++ mcall @var{cpent}
++ ...
++@var{cpent}:
++ .long @var{symbol}
++@end smallexample
++
++Finally, if nothing else fits and the @code{--pic} option has been
++specified, the assembler will indirect the call through the Global
++Offset Table:
++@smallexample
++ /* If @code{--linkrelax} not specified */
++ mcall r6[@var{symbol}@@got]
++
++ /* If @code{--linkrelax} specified */
++ mov lr, @var{symbol}@@got / 4
++ ld.w lr, r6[lr << 2]
++ icall lr
++@end smallexample
++
++The linker, after determining the final value of @var{symbol}, may
++convert any of these into more optimal alternatives. This includes
++deleting any superfluous constant pool- and GOT-entries.
++
++@end table
+--- a/gas/doc/Makefile.am
++++ b/gas/doc/Makefile.am
+@@ -33,6 +33,7 @@ CPU_DOCS = \
+ c-arc.texi \
+ c-arm.texi \
+ c-avr.texi \
++ c-avr32.texi \
+ c-bfin.texi \
+ c-cr16.texi \
+ c-d10v.texi \
+--- a/gas/Makefile.am
++++ b/gas/Makefile.am
+@@ -47,6 +47,7 @@ CPU_TYPES = \
+ arc \
+ arm \
+ avr \
++ avr32 \
+ bfin \
+ cr16 \
+ cris \
+@@ -241,6 +242,7 @@ TARGET_CPU_CFILES = \
+ config/tc-arc.c \
+ config/tc-arm.c \
+ config/tc-avr.c \
++ config/tc-avr32.c \
+ config/tc-bfin.c \
+ config/tc-cr16.c \
+ config/tc-cris.c \
+@@ -296,6 +298,7 @@ TARGET_CPU_HFILES = \
+ config/tc-arc.h \
+ config/tc-arm.h \
+ config/tc-avr.h \
++ config/tc-avr32.h \
+ config/tc-bfin.h \
+ config/tc-cr16.h \
+ config/tc-cris.h \
+@@ -1050,6 +1053,11 @@ DEPTC_avr_elf = $(srcdir)/config/obj-elf
+ $(INCDIR)/bfdlink.h $(srcdir)/config/tc-avr.h dwarf2dbg.h \
+ $(INCDIR)/safe-ctype.h subsegs.h $(INCDIR)/obstack.h \
+ $(INCDIR)/opcode/avr.h
++DEPTC_avr32_elf = $(INCDIR)/symcat.h $(srcdir)/config/obj-elf.h \
++ $(BFDDIR)/elf-bfd.h $(INCDIR)/elf/common.h $(INCDIR)/elf/internal.h \
++ $(INCDIR)/elf/external.h $(INCDIR)/bfdlink.h $(srcdir)/config/tc-avr32.h \
++ $(INCDIR)/safe-ctype.h subsegs.h $(INCDIR)/obstack.h \
++ $(srcdir)/../opcodes/avr32-opc.h $(srcdir)/../opcodes/avr32-asm.h
+ DEPTC_bfin_elf = $(srcdir)/config/obj-elf.h $(BFDDIR)/elf-bfd.h \
+ $(INCDIR)/elf/common.h $(INCDIR)/elf/internal.h $(INCDIR)/elf/external.h \
+ $(INCDIR)/bfdlink.h $(srcdir)/config/tc-bfin.h dwarf2dbg.h \
+@@ -1487,6 +1495,11 @@ DEPOBJ_avr_elf = $(srcdir)/config/obj-el
+ $(INCDIR)/bfdlink.h $(srcdir)/config/tc-avr.h dwarf2dbg.h \
+ $(INCDIR)/safe-ctype.h subsegs.h $(INCDIR)/obstack.h \
+ $(INCDIR)/obstack.h struc-symbol.h dwarf2dbg.h $(INCDIR)/aout/aout64.h
++DEPOBJ_avr32_elf = $(INCDIR)/symcat.h $(srcdir)/config/obj-elf.h \
++ $(BFDDIR)/elf-bfd.h $(INCDIR)/elf/common.h $(INCDIR)/elf/internal.h \
++ $(INCDIR)/elf/external.h $(INCDIR)/bfdlink.h $(srcdir)/config/tc-avr32.h \
++ $(INCDIR)/safe-ctype.h subsegs.h $(INCDIR)/obstack.h \
++ struc-symbol.h dwarf2dbg.h
+ DEPOBJ_bfin_elf = $(srcdir)/config/obj-elf.h $(BFDDIR)/elf-bfd.h \
+ $(INCDIR)/elf/common.h $(INCDIR)/elf/internal.h $(INCDIR)/elf/external.h \
+ $(INCDIR)/bfdlink.h $(srcdir)/config/tc-bfin.h dwarf2dbg.h \
+@@ -1858,6 +1871,9 @@ DEP_cr16_elf = $(srcdir)/config/obj-elf.
+ $(INCDIR)/bfdlink.h $(srcdir)/config/tc-cr16.h dwarf2dbg.h \
+ $(srcdir)/config/obj-coff.h $(INCDIR)/coff/internal.h \
+ $(BFDDIR)/libcoff.h
++DEP_avr32_elf = $(srcdir)/config/obj-elf.h $(INCDIR)/symcat.h \
++ $(BFDDIR)/elf-bfd.h $(INCDIR)/elf/common.h $(INCDIR)/elf/internal.h \
++ $(INCDIR)/elf/external.h $(INCDIR)/bfdlink.h $(srcdir)/config/tc-avr32.h
+ DEP_cris_aout = $(srcdir)/config/obj-aout.h $(srcdir)/config/tc-cris.h \
+ $(BFDDIR)/libaout.h $(INCDIR)/bfdlink.h
+ DEP_cris_elf = $(srcdir)/config/obj-elf.h $(BFDDIR)/elf-bfd.h \
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/aliases.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,19 @@
++#as:
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: aliases
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++00000000 <ld_nodisp>:
++ 0: 19 80 [ \t]+ld\.ub r0,r12\[0x0\]
++ 2: f9 20 00 00[ \t]+ld\.sb r0,r12\[0\]
++ 6: 98 80 [ \t]+ld\.uh r0,r12\[0x0\]
++ 8: 98 00 [ \t]+ld\.sh r0,r12\[0x0\]
++ a: 78 00 [ \t]+ld\.w r0,r12\[0x0\]
++
++0000000c <st_nodisp>:
++ c: b8 80 [ \t]+st\.b r12\[0x0\],r0
++ e: b8 00 [ \t]+st\.h r12\[0x0\],r0
++ 10: 99 00 [ \t]+st\.w r12\[0x0\],r0
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/aliases.s
+@@ -0,0 +1,14 @@
++ .text
++ .global ld_nodisp
++ld_nodisp:
++ ld.ub r0, r12
++ ld.sb r0, r12
++ ld.uh r0, r12
++ ld.sh r0, r12
++ ld.w r0, r12
++
++ .global st_nodisp
++st_nodisp:
++ st.b r12, r0
++ st.h r12, r0
++ st.w r12, r0
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/allinsn.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,2987 @@
++#as:
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: allinsn
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_d5>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 02 3e ld\.d lr,pc\[pc<<0x3\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 00 02 00 ld\.d r0,r0\[r0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 02 26 ld\.d r6,r5\[r5<<0x2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 02 14 ld\.d r4,r4\[r4<<0x1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 02 1e ld\.d lr,lr\[lr<<0x1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 0d 02 2a ld\.d r10,r3\[sp<<0x2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 06 02 28 ld\.d r8,r10\[r6<<0x2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 09 02 02 ld\.d r2,r7\[r9\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_w5>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 03 0f ld\.w pc,pc\[pc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 03 3c ld\.w r12,r12\[r12<<0x3\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 03 25 ld\.w r5,r5\[r5<<0x2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 03 14 ld\.w r4,r4\[r4<<0x1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 03 1e ld\.w lr,lr\[lr<<0x1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 09 03 02 ld\.w r2,r9\[r9\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 06 03 0b ld\.w r11,r2\[r6\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 0d 03 30 ld\.w r0,r2\[sp<<0x3\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_sh5>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 04 0f ld\.sh pc,pc\[pc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 04 3c ld\.sh r12,r12\[r12<<0x3\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 04 25 ld\.sh r5,r5\[r5<<0x2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 04 14 ld\.sh r4,r4\[r4<<0x1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 04 1e ld\.sh lr,lr\[lr<<0x1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 0f 04 2b ld\.sh r11,r0\[pc<<0x2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 06 04 2a ld\.sh r10,sp\[r6<<0x2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 02 04 0c ld\.sh r12,r2\[r2\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_uh5>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 05 0f ld\.uh pc,pc\[pc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 05 3c ld\.uh r12,r12\[r12<<0x3\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 05 25 ld\.uh r5,r5\[r5<<0x2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 05 14 ld\.uh r4,r4\[r4<<0x1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 05 1e ld\.uh lr,lr\[lr<<0x1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0e 05 38 ld\.uh r8,pc\[lr<<0x3\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 0f 05 16 ld\.uh r6,r1\[pc<<0x1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0d 05 16 ld\.uh r6,lr\[sp<<0x1\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_sb2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 06 0f ld\.sb pc,pc\[pc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 06 3c ld\.sb r12,r12\[r12<<0x3\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 06 25 ld\.sb r5,r5\[r5<<0x2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 06 14 ld\.sb r4,r4\[r4<<0x1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 06 1e ld\.sb lr,lr\[lr<<0x1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 0f 06 39 ld\.sb r9,r1\[pc<<0x3\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 0b 06 10 ld\.sb r0,r3\[r11<<0x1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 06 1a ld\.sb r10,r5\[r5<<0x1\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_ub5>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 07 0f ld\.ub pc,pc\[pc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 07 3c ld\.ub r12,r12\[r12<<0x3\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 07 25 ld\.ub r5,r5\[r5<<0x2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 07 14 ld\.ub r4,r4\[r4<<0x1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 07 1e ld\.ub lr,lr\[lr<<0x1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 07 07 36 ld\.ub r6,r12\[r7<<0x3\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 0c 07 02 ld\.ub r2,r6\[r12\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 0b 07 10 ld\.ub r0,r7\[r11<<0x1\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <st_d5>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 08 0e st\.d pc\[pc\],lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 08 3c st\.d r12\[r12<<0x3\],r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 08 26 st\.d r5\[r5<<0x2\],r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 08 14 st\.d r4\[r4<<0x1\],r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 08 1e st\.d lr\[lr<<0x1\],lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 09 08 14 st\.d r1\[r9<<0x1\],r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 02 08 14 st\.d r10\[r2<<0x1\],r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 06 08 0e st\.d r12\[r6\],lr
++
++[0-9a-f]* <st_w5>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 09 0f st\.w pc\[pc\],pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 09 3c st\.w r12\[r12<<0x3\],r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 09 25 st\.w r5\[r5<<0x2\],r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 09 14 st\.w r4\[r4<<0x1\],r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 09 1e st\.w lr\[lr<<0x1\],lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 0a 09 03 st\.w r1\[r10\],r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 0a 09 19 st\.w r0\[r10<<0x1\],r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 05 09 3f st\.w r4\[r5<<0x3\],pc
++
++[0-9a-f]* <st_h5>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 0a 0f st\.h pc\[pc\],pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 0a 3c st\.h r12\[r12<<0x3\],r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 0a 25 st\.h r5\[r5<<0x2\],r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 0a 14 st\.h r4\[r4<<0x1\],r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 0a 1e st\.h lr\[lr<<0x1\],lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 09 0a 0b st\.h r2\[r9\],r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 01 0a 2c st\.h r5\[r1<<0x2\],r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 08 0a 23 st\.h pc\[r8<<0x2\],r3
++
++[0-9a-f]* <st_b5>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 0b 0f st\.b pc\[pc\],pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 0b 3c st\.b r12\[r12<<0x3\],r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 0b 25 st\.b r5\[r5<<0x2\],r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 0b 14 st\.b r4\[r4<<0x1\],r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 0b 1e st\.b lr\[lr<<0x1\],lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 08 0b 16 st\.b r1\[r8<<0x1\],r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 0b 31 st\.b lr\[lr<<0x3\],r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 00 0b 2f st\.b r5\[r0<<0x2\],pc
++
++[0-9a-f]* <divs>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 0c 0f divs pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 0c 0c divs r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 0c 05 divs r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 0c 04 divs r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 0c 0e divs lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 0c 03 divs r3,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 02 0c 09 divs r9,r12,r2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 01 0c 07 divs r7,r4,r1
++
++[0-9a-f]* <add1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1e 0f add pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 0c add r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a 05 add r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 04 add r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1c 0e add lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 12 0c add r12,r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 06 06 add r6,r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 0a add r10,r12
++
++[0-9a-f]* <sub1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1e 1f sub pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 1c sub r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a 15 sub r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 14 sub r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1c 1e sub lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0c 1e sub lr,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1a 10 sub r0,sp
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 16 sub r6,r12
++
++[0-9a-f]* <rsub1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1e 2f rsub pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 2c rsub r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a 25 rsub r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 24 rsub r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1c 2e rsub lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1a 2b rsub r11,sp
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 27 rsub r7,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 02 29 rsub r9,r1
++
++[0-9a-f]* <cp1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1e 3f cp\.w pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 3c cp\.w r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a 35 cp\.w r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 34 cp\.w r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1c 3e cp\.w lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 04 36 cp\.w r6,r2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 12 30 cp\.w r0,r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1a 33 cp\.w r3,sp
++
++[0-9a-f]* <or1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1e 4f or pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 4c or r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a 45 or r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 44 or r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1c 4e or lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 12 44 or r4,r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 4b or r11,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 00 44 or r4,r0
++
++[0-9a-f]* <eor1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1e 5f eor pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 5c eor r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a 55 eor r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 54 eor r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1c 5e eor lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 16 5c eor r12,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 02 50 eor r0,r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1e 55 eor r5,pc
++
++[0-9a-f]* <and1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1e 6f and pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 6c and r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a 65 and r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 64 and r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1c 6e and lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 02 68 and r8,r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1a 60 and r0,sp
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a 6a and r10,r5
++
++[0-9a-f]* <tst>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1e 7f tst pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 7c tst r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a 75 tst r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 74 tst r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1c 7e tst lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 70 tst r0,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0c 7a tst r10,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 7d tst sp,r4
++
++[0-9a-f]* <andn>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1e 8f andn pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 8c andn r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a 85 andn r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 84 andn r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1c 8e andn lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 89 andn r9,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1a 8b andn r11,sp
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a 8c andn r12,r5
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mov3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1e 9f mov pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 9c mov r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a 95 mov r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 94 mov r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1c 9e mov lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 12 95 mov r5,r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 16 9b mov r11,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1c 92 mov r2,lr
++
++[0-9a-f]* <st_w1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1e af st\.w pc\+\+,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 ac st\.w r12\+\+,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a a5 st\.w r5\+\+,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 a4 st\.w r4\+\+,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1c ae st\.w lr\+\+,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 02 ab st\.w r1\+\+,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1a a0 st\.w sp\+\+,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1a a1 st\.w sp\+\+,r1
++
++[0-9a-f]* <st_h1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1e bf st\.h pc\+\+,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 bc st\.h r12\+\+,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a b5 st\.h r5\+\+,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 b4 st\.h r4\+\+,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1c be st\.h lr\+\+,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 bd st\.h r12\+\+,sp
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0e be st\.h r7\+\+,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0e b4 st\.h r7\+\+,r4
++
++[0-9a-f]* <st_b1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1e cf st\.b pc\+\+,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 cc st\.b r12\+\+,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a c5 st\.b r5\+\+,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 c4 st\.b r4\+\+,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1c ce st\.b lr\+\+,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 12 cd st\.b r9\+\+,sp
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 02 cd st\.b r1\+\+,sp
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 00 c4 st\.b r0\+\+,r4
++
++[0-9a-f]* <st_w2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1e df st\.w --pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 dc st\.w --r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a d5 st\.w --r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 d4 st\.w --r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1c de st\.w --lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 02 d7 st\.w --r1,r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 06 d9 st\.w --r3,r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a d5 st\.w --r5,r5
++
++[0-9a-f]* <st_h2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1e ef st\.h --pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 ec st\.h --r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a e5 st\.h --r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 e4 st\.h --r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1c ee st\.h --lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a e7 st\.h --r5,r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 10 e8 st\.h --r8,r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0e e2 st\.h --r7,r2
++
++[0-9a-f]* <st_b2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1e ff st\.b --pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 18 fc st\.b --r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0a f5 st\.b --r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 f4 st\.b --r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1c fe st\.b --lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1a fd st\.b --sp,sp
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1a fb st\.b --sp,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 08 f5 st\.b --r4,r5
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_w1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1f 0f ld\.w pc,pc\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 19 0c ld\.w r12,r12\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0b 05 ld\.w r5,r5\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 09 04 ld\.w r4,r4\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1d 0e ld\.w lr,lr\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0f 03 ld\.w r3,r7\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1d 03 ld\.w r3,lr\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0b 0c ld\.w r12,r5\+\+
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_sh1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1f 1f ld\.sh pc,pc\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 19 1c ld\.sh r12,r12\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0b 15 ld\.sh r5,r5\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 09 14 ld\.sh r4,r4\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1d 1e ld\.sh lr,lr\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 05 1b ld\.sh r11,r2\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 11 12 ld\.sh r2,r8\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0d 17 ld\.sh r7,r6\+\+
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_uh1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1f 2f ld\.uh pc,pc\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 19 2c ld\.uh r12,r12\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0b 25 ld\.uh r5,r5\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 09 24 ld\.uh r4,r4\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1d 2e ld\.uh lr,lr\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0f 26 ld\.uh r6,r7\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 17 2a ld\.uh r10,r11\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 09 2e ld\.uh lr,r4\+\+
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_ub1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1f 3f ld\.ub pc,pc\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 19 3c ld\.ub r12,r12\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0b 35 ld\.ub r5,r5\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 09 34 ld\.ub r4,r4\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1d 3e ld\.ub lr,lr\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1d 38 ld\.ub r8,lr\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 19 3c ld\.ub r12,r12\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 15 3b ld\.ub r11,r10\+\+
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_w2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1f 4f ld\.w pc,--pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 19 4c ld\.w r12,--r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0b 45 ld\.w r5,--r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 09 44 ld\.w r4,--r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1d 4e ld\.w lr,--lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1d 4a ld\.w r10,--lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 13 4c ld\.w r12,--r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0b 46 ld\.w r6,--r5
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_sh2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1f 5f ld\.sh pc,--pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 19 5c ld\.sh r12,--r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0b 55 ld\.sh r5,--r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 09 54 ld\.sh r4,--r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1d 5e ld\.sh lr,--lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 15 5f ld\.sh pc,--r10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 07 56 ld\.sh r6,--r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0d 54 ld\.sh r4,--r6
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_uh2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1f 6f ld\.uh pc,--pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 19 6c ld\.uh r12,--r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0b 65 ld\.uh r5,--r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 09 64 ld\.uh r4,--r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1d 6e ld\.uh lr,--lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 05 63 ld\.uh r3,--r2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 01 61 ld\.uh r1,--r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 13 62 ld\.uh r2,--r9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_ub2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1f 7f ld\.ub pc,--pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 19 7c ld\.ub r12,--r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0b 75 ld\.ub r5,--r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 09 74 ld\.ub r4,--r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1d 7e ld\.ub lr,--lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 03 71 ld\.ub r1,--r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0d 70 ld\.ub r0,--r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0f 72 ld\.ub r2,--r7
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_ub3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1f 8f ld\.ub pc,pc\[0x0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 19 fc ld\.ub r12,r12\[0x7\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 0b c5 ld\.ub r5,r5\[0x4\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 09 b4 ld\.ub r4,r4\[0x3\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1d 9e ld\.ub lr,lr\[0x1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 13 e6 ld\.ub r6,r9\[0x6\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1d c2 ld\.ub r2,lr\[0x4\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 11 81 ld\.ub r1,r8\[0x0\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <sub3_sp>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 20 0d sub sp,0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 2f fd sub sp,-4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 28 0d sub sp,-512
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 27 fd sub sp,508
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 20 1d sub sp,4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 20 bd sub sp,44
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 20 2d sub sp,8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 25 7d sub sp,348
++
++[0-9a-f]* <sub3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 20 0f sub pc,0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 2f fc sub r12,-1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 28 05 sub r5,-128
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 27 f4 sub r4,127
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 20 1e sub lr,1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 2d 76 sub r6,-41
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 22 54 sub r4,37
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 23 8c sub r12,56
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mov1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 30 0f mov pc,0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 3f fc mov r12,-1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 38 05 mov r5,-128
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 37 f4 mov r4,127
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 30 1e mov lr,1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 30 ef mov pc,14
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 39 c6 mov r6,-100
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 38 6e mov lr,-122
++
++[0-9a-f]* <lddsp>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 40 0f lddsp pc,sp\[0x0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 47 fc lddsp r12,sp\[0x1fc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 44 05 lddsp r5,sp\[0x100\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 43 f4 lddsp r4,sp\[0xfc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 40 1e lddsp lr,sp\[0x4\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 44 0e lddsp lr,sp\[0x100\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 40 5c lddsp r12,sp\[0x14\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 47 69 lddsp r9,sp\[0x1d8\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <lddpc>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 48 0f lddpc pc,[0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 4f f0 lddpc r0,[0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 4c 08 lddpc r8,[0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 4b f7 lddpc r7,[0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 48 1e lddpc lr,[0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 4f 6d lddpc sp,[0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 49 e6 lddpc r6,[0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 48 7b lddpc r11,[0-9a-f]* <.*>
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stdsp>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 50 0f stdsp sp\[0x0\],pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 57 fc stdsp sp\[0x1fc\],r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 54 05 stdsp sp\[0x100\],r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 53 f4 stdsp sp\[0xfc\],r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 50 1e stdsp sp\[0x4\],lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 54 cf stdsp sp\[0x130\],pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 54 00 stdsp sp\[0x100\],r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 55 45 stdsp sp\[0x150\],r5
++
++[0-9a-f]* <cp2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 58 0f cp.w pc,0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5b fc cp.w r12,-1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5a 05 cp.w r5,-32
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 59 f4 cp.w r4,31
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 58 1e cp.w lr,1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 58 38 cp.w r8,3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 59 0e cp.w lr,16
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5a 67 cp.w r7,-26
++
++[0-9a-f]* <acr>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 0f acr pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 0c acr r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 05 acr r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 04 acr r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 0e acr lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 02 acr r2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 0c acr r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 0f acr pc
++
++[0-9a-f]* <scr>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 1f scr pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 1c scr r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 15 scr r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 14 scr r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 1e scr lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 1f scr pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 16 scr r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 11 scr r1
++
++[0-9a-f]* <cpc0>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 2f cpc pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 2c cpc r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 25 cpc r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 24 cpc r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 2e cpc lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 2f cpc pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 24 cpc r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 29 cpc r9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <neg>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 3f neg pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 3c neg r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 35 neg r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 34 neg r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 3e neg lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 37 neg r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 31 neg r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 39 neg r9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <abs>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 4f abs pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 4c abs r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 45 abs r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 44 abs r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 4e abs lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 46 abs r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 46 abs r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 44 abs r4
++
++[0-9a-f]* <castu_b>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 5f castu\.b pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 5c castu\.b r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 55 castu\.b r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 54 castu\.b r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 5e castu\.b lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 57 castu\.b r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 5d castu\.b sp
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 59 castu\.b r9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <casts_b>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 6f casts\.b pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 6c casts\.b r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 65 casts\.b r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 64 casts\.b r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 6e casts\.b lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 6b casts\.b r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 61 casts\.b r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 6a casts\.b r10
++
++[0-9a-f]* <castu_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 7f castu\.h pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 7c castu\.h r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 75 castu\.h r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 74 castu\.h r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 7e castu\.h lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 7a castu\.h r10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 7b castu\.h r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 71 castu\.h r1
++
++[0-9a-f]* <casts_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 8f casts\.h pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 8c casts\.h r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 85 casts\.h r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 84 casts\.h r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 8e casts\.h lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 80 casts\.h r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 85 casts\.h r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 89 casts\.h r9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <brev>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 9f brev pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 9c brev r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 95 brev r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 94 brev r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 9e brev lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 95 brev r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 9a brev r10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c 98 brev r8
++
++[0-9a-f]* <swap_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c af swap\.h pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c ac swap\.h r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c a5 swap\.h r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c a4 swap\.h r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c ae swap\.h lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c a7 swap\.h r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c a0 swap\.h r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c a8 swap\.h r8
++
++[0-9a-f]* <swap_b>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c bf swap\.b pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c bc swap\.b r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c b5 swap\.b r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c b4 swap\.b r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c be swap\.b lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c ba swap\.b r10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c bc swap\.b r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c b1 swap\.b r1
++
++[0-9a-f]* <swap_bh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c cf swap\.bh pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c cc swap\.bh r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c c5 swap\.bh r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c c4 swap\.bh r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c ce swap\.bh lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c c9 swap\.bh r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c c4 swap\.bh r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c c1 swap\.bh r1
++
++[0-9a-f]* <One_s_compliment>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c df com pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c dc com r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c d5 com r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c d4 com r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c de com lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c d2 com r2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c d2 com r2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c d7 com r7
++
++[0-9a-f]* <tnbz>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c ef tnbz pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c ec tnbz r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c e5 tnbz r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c e4 tnbz r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c ee tnbz lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c e8 tnbz r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c ec tnbz r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c ef tnbz pc
++
++[0-9a-f]* <rol>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c ff rol pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c fc rol r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c f5 rol r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c f4 rol r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c fe rol lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c fa rol r10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c f9 rol r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5c f5 rol r5
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ror>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 0f ror pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 0c ror r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 05 ror r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 04 ror r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 0e ror lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 08 ror r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 04 ror r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 07 ror r7
++
++[0-9a-f]* <icall>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 1f icall pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 1c icall r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 15 icall r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 14 icall r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 1e icall lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 13 icall r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 11 icall r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 13 icall r3
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mustr>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 2f mustr pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 2c mustr r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 25 mustr r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 24 mustr r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 2e mustr lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 21 mustr r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 24 mustr r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 2c mustr r12
++
++[0-9a-f]* <musfr>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 3f musfr pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 3c musfr r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 35 musfr r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 34 musfr r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 3e musfr lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 3b musfr r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 3c musfr r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5d 32 musfr r2
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ret_cond>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5e 0f reteq 1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5e fc retal r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5e 85 retls r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5e 74 retpl r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5e 1e retne -1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5e 90 retgt r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5e 9c retgt r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5e 4a retge r10
++
++[0-9a-f]* <sr_cond>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5f 0f sreq pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5f fc sral r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5f 85 srls r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5f 74 srpl r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5f 1e srne lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5f 50 srlt r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5f fd sral sp
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5f 49 srge r9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_w3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 7e 0f ld\.w pc,pc\[0x0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 79 fc ld\.w r12,r12\[0x7c\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 6b 05 ld\.w r5,r5\[0x40\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 68 f4 ld\.w r4,r4\[0x3c\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 7c 1e ld\.w lr,lr\[0x4\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 64 dd ld\.w sp,r2\[0x34\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 62 29 ld\.w r9,r1\[0x8\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 7a f5 ld\.w r5,sp\[0x3c\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_sh3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 9e 0f ld\.sh pc,pc\[0x0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 98 7c ld\.sh r12,r12\[0xe\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 8a 45 ld\.sh r5,r5\[0x8\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 88 34 ld\.sh r4,r4\[0x6\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 9c 1e ld\.sh lr,lr\[0x2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 84 44 ld\.sh r4,r2\[0x8\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 9c 5d ld\.sh sp,lr\[0xa\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 96 12 ld\.sh r2,r11\[0x2\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_uh3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 9e 8f ld\.uh pc,pc\[0x0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 98 fc ld\.uh r12,r12\[0xe\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 8a c5 ld\.uh r5,r5\[0x8\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 88 b4 ld\.uh r4,r4\[0x6\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 9c 9e ld\.uh lr,lr\[0x2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 80 da ld\.uh r10,r0\[0xa\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 96 c8 ld\.uh r8,r11\[0x8\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 84 ea ld\.uh r10,r2\[0xc\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <st_w3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 9f 0f st\.w pc\[0x0\],pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 99 fc st\.w r12\[0x3c\],r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 8b 85 st\.w r5\[0x20\],r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 89 74 st\.w r4\[0x1c\],r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 9d 1e st\.w lr\[0x4\],lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 8f bb st\.w r7\[0x2c\],r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 85 66 st\.w r2\[0x18\],r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 89 39 st\.w r4\[0xc\],r9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <st_h3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: be 0f st\.h pc\[0x0\],pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b8 7c st\.h r12\[0xe\],r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: aa 45 st\.h r5\[0x8\],r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a8 34 st\.h r4\[0x6\],r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bc 1e st\.h lr\[0x2\],lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bc 5c st\.h lr\[0xa\],r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ac 20 st\.h r6\[0x4\],r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: aa 6d st\.h r5\[0xc\],sp
++
++[0-9a-f]* <st_b3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: be 8f st\.b pc\[0x0\],pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b8 fc st\.b r12\[0x7\],r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: aa c5 st\.b r5\[0x4\],r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a8 b4 st\.b r4\[0x3\],r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bc 9e st\.b lr\[0x1\],lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b8 e9 st\.b r12\[0x6\],r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a4 be st\.b r2\[0x3\],lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a2 bb st\.b r1\[0x3\],r11
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldd>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bf 00 ld\.d r0,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b9 0e ld\.d lr,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ab 08 ld\.d r8,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a9 06 ld\.d r6,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bd 02 ld\.d r2,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: af 0e ld\.d lr,r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a9 04 ld\.d r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bf 0e ld\.d lr,pc
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldd_postinc>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bf 01 ld\.d r0,pc\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b9 0f ld\.d lr,r12\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ab 09 ld\.d r8,r5\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a9 07 ld\.d r6,r4\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bd 03 ld\.d r2,lr\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ab 0f ld\.d lr,r5\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b7 0d ld\.d r12,r11\+\+
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b9 03 ld\.d r2,r12\+\+
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldd_predec>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bf 10 ld\.d r0,--pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b9 1e ld\.d lr,--r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ab 18 ld\.d r8,--r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a9 16 ld\.d r6,--r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bd 12 ld\.d r2,--lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a1 18 ld\.d r8,--r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bf 1a ld\.d r10,--pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a9 12 ld\.d r2,--r4
++
++[0-9a-f]* <std>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bf 11 st\.d pc,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b9 1f st\.d r12,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ab 19 st\.d r5,r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a9 17 st\.d r4,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bd 13 st\.d lr,r2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a1 1d st\.d r0,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bb 15 st\.d sp,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b9 1d st\.d r12,r12
++
++[0-9a-f]* <std_postinc>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bf 20 st\.d pc\+\+,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b9 2e st\.d r12\+\+,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ab 28 st\.d r5\+\+,r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a9 26 st\.d r4\+\+,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bd 22 st\.d lr\+\+,r2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bb 26 st\.d sp\+\+,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b5 26 st\.d r10\+\+,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: af 22 st\.d r7\+\+,r2
++
++[0-9a-f]* <std_predec>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bf 21 st\.d --pc,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b9 2f st\.d --r12,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ab 29 st\.d --r5,r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a9 27 st\.d --r4,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bd 23 st\.d --lr,r2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a7 27 st\.d --r3,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bd 23 st\.d --lr,r2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a1 25 st\.d --r0,r4
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mul>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bf 3f mul pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b9 3c mul r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ab 35 mul r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a9 34 mul r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bd 3e mul lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bd 3a mul r10,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b1 30 mul r0,r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ab 38 mul r8,r5
++
++[0-9a-f]* <asr_imm5>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a1 4f asr pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bf 5c asr r12,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b1 45 asr r5,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: af 54 asr r4,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a1 5e asr lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b7 56 asr r6,0x17
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b3 46 asr r6,0x12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a9 45 asr r5,0x8
++
++[0-9a-f]* <lsl_imm5>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a1 6f lsl pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bf 7c lsl r12,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b1 65 lsl r5,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: af 74 lsl r4,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a1 7e lsl lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ad 7c lsl r12,0xd
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b1 66 lsl r6,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b9 71 lsl r1,0x19
++
++[0-9a-f]* <lsr_imm5>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a1 8f lsr pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bf 9c lsr r12,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b1 85 lsr r5,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: af 94 lsr r4,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a1 9e lsr lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a1 90 lsr r0,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ab 88 lsr r8,0xa
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bb 87 lsr r7,0x1a
++
++[0-9a-f]* <sbr>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a1 af sbr pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bf bc sbr r12,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b1 a5 sbr r5,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: af b4 sbr r4,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a1 be sbr lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bf b8 sbr r8,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b7 a6 sbr r6,0x16
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b7 b1 sbr r1,0x17
++
++[0-9a-f]* <cbr>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a1 cf cbr pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bf dc cbr r12,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b1 c5 cbr r5,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: af d4 cbr r4,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a1 de cbr lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ab cc cbr r12,0xa
++ *[0-9a-f]*: b7 c7 cbr r7,0x16
++ *[0-9a-f]*: a9 d8 cbr r8,0x9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <brc1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c0 00 breq [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: cf f7 brpl [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c8 04 brge [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c7 f3 brcs [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c0 11 brne [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c7 33 brcs [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: cf 70 breq [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c0 60 breq [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++
++[0-9a-f]* <rjmp>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c0 08 rjmp [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: cf fb rjmp [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c0 0a rjmp [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: cf f9 rjmp [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c0 18 rjmp [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c1 fa rjmp [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c0 78 rjmp [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: cf ea rjmp [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++
++[0-9a-f]* <rcall1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c0 0c rcall [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: cf ff rcall [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c0 0e rcall [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: cf fd rcall [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c0 1c rcall [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c6 cc rcall [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: cf 7e rcall [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c1 ae rcall [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++
++[0-9a-f]* <acall>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d0 00 acall 0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: df f0 acall 0x3fc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d8 00 acall 0x200
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 f0 acall 0x1fc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d0 10 acall 0x4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d5 90 acall 0x164
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d4 c0 acall 0x130
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d2 b0 acall 0xac
++
++[0-9a-f]* <scall>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 33 scall
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 33 scall
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 33 scall
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 33 scall
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 33 scall
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 33 scall
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 33 scall
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 33 scall
++
++[0-9a-f]* <popm>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d8 02 popm pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: dd fa popm r0-r11,pc,r12=-1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d4 02 popm lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: db fa popm r0-r11,pc,r12=1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d0 12 popm r0-r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d8 e2 popm r4-r10,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d9 1a popm r0-r3,r11,pc,r12=0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 b2 popm r0-r7,r10-r12,lr
++
++[0-9a-f]* <pushm>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d8 01 pushm pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: df f1 pushm r0-r12,lr-pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d8 01 pushm pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 f1 pushm r0-r12,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d0 11 pushm r0-r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: dc c1 pushm r8-r10,lr-pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d0 91 pushm r0-r3,r10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d2 41 pushm r8-r9,r12
++
++[0-9a-f]* <popm_n>:
++.*
++.*
++.*
++.*
++.*
++.*
++.*
++.*
++
++[0-9a-f]* <pushm_n>:
++.*
++.*
++.*
++.*
++.*
++.*
++.*
++.*
++
++[0-9a-f]* <csrfcz>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d0 03 csrfcz 0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d1 f3 csrfcz 0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d1 03 csrfcz 0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d0 f3 csrfcz 0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d0 13 csrfcz 0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d0 53 csrfcz 0x5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d0 d3 csrfcz 0xd
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d1 73 csrfcz 0x17
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ssrf>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d2 03 ssrf 0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d3 f3 ssrf 0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d3 03 ssrf 0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d2 f3 ssrf 0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d2 13 ssrf 0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d3 d3 ssrf 0x1d
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d2 d3 ssrf 0xd
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d2 d3 ssrf 0xd
++
++[0-9a-f]* <csrf>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d4 03 csrf 0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d5 f3 csrf 0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d5 03 csrf 0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d4 f3 csrf 0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d4 13 csrf 0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d4 a3 csrf 0xa
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d4 f3 csrf 0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d4 b3 csrf 0xb
++
++[0-9a-f]* <rete>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d6 03 rete
++
++[0-9a-f]* <rets>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d6 13 rets
++
++[0-9a-f]* <retd>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d6 23 retd
++
++[0-9a-f]* <retj>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d6 33 retj
++
++[0-9a-f]* <tlbr>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d6 43 tlbr
++
++[0-9a-f]* <tlbs>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d6 53 tlbs
++
++[0-9a-f]* <tlbw>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d6 63 tlbw
++
++[0-9a-f]* <breakpoint>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d6 73 breakpoint
++
++[0-9a-f]* <incjosp>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d6 83 incjosp 1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d6 93 incjosp 2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d6 a3 incjosp 3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d6 b3 incjosp 4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d6 c3 incjosp -4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d6 d3 incjosp -3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d6 e3 incjosp -2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d6 f3 incjosp -1
++
++[0-9a-f]* <nop>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 03 nop
++
++[0-9a-f]* <popjc>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 13 popjc
++
++[0-9a-f]* <pushjc>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 23 pushjc
++
++[0-9a-f]* <add2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 00 0f add pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 00 3c add r12,r12,r12<<0x3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 00 25 add r5,r5,r5<<0x2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 00 14 add r4,r4,r4<<0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 00 1e add lr,lr,lr<<0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 00 00 10 add r0,r12,r0<<0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 04 00 09 add r9,r12,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 07 00 2c add r12,r12,r7<<0x2
++
++[0-9a-f]* <sub2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 01 0f sub pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 01 3c sub r12,r12,r12<<0x3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 01 25 sub r5,r5,r5<<0x2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 01 14 sub r4,r4,r4<<0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 01 1e sub lr,lr,lr<<0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 04 01 0d sub sp,r3,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 03 01 03 sub r3,r7,r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 0d 01 1d sub sp,r10,sp<<0x1
++
++[0-9a-f]* <divu>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 0d 0f divu pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 0d 0c divu r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 0d 05 divu r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 0d 04 divu r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 0d 0e divu lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 0f 0d 0d divu sp,r4,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 0d 0d 05 divu r5,r5,sp
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 00 0d 0a divu r10,sp,r0
++
++[0-9a-f]* <addhh_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 0e 0f addhh\.w pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 0e 3c addhh\.w r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 0e 35 addhh\.w r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 0e 04 addhh\.w r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 0e 3e addhh\.w lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 03 0e 00 addhh\.w r0,r0:b,r3:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 07 0e 2e addhh\.w lr,r12:t,r7:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 02 0e 23 addhh\.w r3,r10:t,r2:b
++
++[0-9a-f]* <subhh_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 0f 0f subhh\.w pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 0f 3c subhh\.w r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 0f 35 subhh\.w r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 0f 04 subhh\.w r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 0f 3e subhh\.w lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 07 0f 2a subhh\.w r10,r1:t,r7:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 0e 0f 3f subhh\.w pc,r10:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 0c 0f 23 subhh\.w r3,r0:t,r12:b
++
++[0-9a-f]* <adc>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 00 4f adc pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 00 4c adc r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 00 45 adc r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 00 44 adc r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 00 4e adc lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 07 00 44 adc r4,r0,r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 03 00 4d adc sp,r4,r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 00 00 42 adc r2,r12,r0
++
++[0-9a-f]* <sbc>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 01 4f sbc pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 01 4c sbc r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 01 45 sbc r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 01 44 sbc r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 01 4e sbc lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 09 01 46 sbc r6,r7,r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 05 01 40 sbc r0,r8,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 04 01 41 sbc r1,r0,r4
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mul_2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 02 4f mul pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 02 4c mul r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 02 45 mul r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 02 44 mul r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 02 4e mul lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 00 02 4f mul pc,r0,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0e 02 48 mul r8,pc,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0f 02 44 mul r4,r12,pc
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mac>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 03 4f mac pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 03 4c mac r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 03 45 mac r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 03 44 mac r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 03 4e mac lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 00 03 4a mac r10,r4,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 00 03 47 mac r7,lr,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 0c 03 42 mac r2,r9,r12
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mulsd>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 04 4f muls\.d pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 04 4c muls\.d r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 04 45 muls\.d r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 04 44 muls\.d r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 04 4e muls\.d lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 0e 04 42 muls\.d r2,r8,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 0b 04 44 muls\.d r4,r0,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 06 04 45 muls\.d r5,lr,r6
++
++[0-9a-f]* <macsd>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 05 40 macs\.d r0,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 05 4e macs\.d lr,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 05 48 macs\.d r8,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 05 46 macs\.d r6,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 05 42 macs\.d r2,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 09 05 48 macs\.d r8,r1,r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 08 05 4e macs\.d lr,r8,r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 0c 05 44 macs\.d r4,r3,r12
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mulud>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 06 40 mulu\.d r0,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 06 4e mulu\.d lr,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 06 48 mulu\.d r8,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 06 46 mulu\.d r6,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 06 42 mulu\.d r2,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 00 06 46 mulu\.d r6,r5,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 01 06 44 mulu\.d r4,r6,r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 02 06 48 mulu\.d r8,r8,r2
++
++[0-9a-f]* <macud>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 07 40 macu\.d r0,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 07 4e macu\.d lr,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 07 48 macu\.d r8,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 07 46 macu\.d r6,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 07 42 macu\.d r2,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 0b 07 46 macu\.d r6,sp,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 08 07 42 macu\.d r2,r4,r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 09 07 46 macu\.d r6,r10,r9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <asr_1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 08 4f asr pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 08 4c asr r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 08 45 asr r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 08 44 asr r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 08 4e asr lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 0f 08 4f asr pc,r6,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 0c 08 40 asr r0,r6,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 00 08 44 asr r4,sp,r0
++
++[0-9a-f]* <lsl_1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 09 4f lsl pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 09 4c lsl r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 09 45 lsl r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 09 44 lsl r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 09 4e lsl lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 0e 09 4e lsl lr,r5,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 03 09 45 lsl r5,pc,r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 09 09 41 lsl r1,pc,r9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <lsr_1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 0a 4f lsr pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 0a 4c lsr r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 0a 45 lsr r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 0a 44 lsr r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 0a 4e lsr lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 01 0a 42 lsr r2,r4,r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 06 0a 45 lsr r5,r1,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 07 0a 4d lsr sp,r6,r7
++
++[0-9a-f]* <xchg>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 0b 4f xchg pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 0b 4c xchg r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 0b 45 xchg r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 0b 44 xchg r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 0b 4e xchg lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 0d 0b 4e xchg lr,r4,sp
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 0c 0b 41 xchg r1,r5,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 00 0b 4e xchg lr,r12,r0
++
++[0-9a-f]* <max>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 0c 4f max pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 0c 4c max r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 0c 45 max r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 0c 44 max r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 0c 4e max lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 0d 0c 4e max lr,r2,sp
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 09 0c 44 max r4,r10,r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 0e 0c 4e max lr,r9,lr
++
++[0-9a-f]* <min>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 0d 4f min pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 0d 4c min r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 0d 45 min r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 0d 44 min r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 0d 4e min lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 08 0d 49 min r9,r7,r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 0d 4d min sp,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 04 0d 44 min r4,r1,r4
++
++[0-9a-f]* <addabs>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 0e 4f addabs pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 0e 4c addabs r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 0e 45 addabs r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 0e 44 addabs r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 0e 4e addabs lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 00 0e 47 addabs r7,r10,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 07 0e 49 addabs r9,r9,r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 0c 0e 42 addabs r2,r8,r12
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mulnhh_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 01 8f mulnhh\.w pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 01 bc mulnhh\.w r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 01 b5 mulnhh\.w r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 01 84 mulnhh\.w r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 01 be mulnhh\.w lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 09 01 ab mulnhh\.w r11,sp:t,r9:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 0e 01 9d mulnhh\.w sp,r4:b,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 0b 01 ac mulnhh\.w r12,r2:t,r11:b
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mulnwh_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 02 80 mulnwh\.d r0,pc,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 02 9e mulnwh\.d lr,r12,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 02 98 mulnwh\.d r8,r5,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 02 86 mulnwh\.d r6,r4,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 02 92 mulnwh\.d r2,lr,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 02 02 9e mulnwh\.d lr,r3,r2:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 09 02 84 mulnwh\.d r4,r5,r9:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 02 9c mulnwh\.d r12,r4,r4:t
++
++[0-9a-f]* <machh_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 04 8f machh\.w pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 04 bc machh\.w r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 04 b5 machh\.w r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 04 84 machh\.w r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 04 be machh\.w lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 01 04 9e machh\.w lr,r5:b,r1:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 07 04 89 machh\.w r9,r6:b,r7:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0c 04 a5 machh\.w r5,lr:t,r12:b
++
++[0-9a-f]* <machh_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 05 80 machh\.d r0,pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 05 be machh\.d lr,r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 05 b8 machh\.d r8,r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 05 86 machh\.d r6,r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 05 b2 machh\.d r2,lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 08 05 8a machh\.d r10,r0:b,r8:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 05 05 9e machh\.d lr,r4:b,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 04 05 98 machh\.d r8,r0:b,r4:t
++
++[0-9a-f]* <macsathh_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 06 8f macsathh\.w pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 06 bc macsathh\.w r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 06 b5 macsathh\.w r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 06 84 macsathh\.w r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 06 be macsathh\.w lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 0f 06 b7 macsathh\.w r7,r7:t,pc:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 04 06 a4 macsathh\.w r4,r2:t,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 03 06 b4 macsathh\.w r4,r8:t,r3:t
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mulhh_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 07 8f mulhh\.w pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 07 bc mulhh\.w r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 07 b5 mulhh\.w r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 07 84 mulhh\.w r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 07 be mulhh\.w lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 09 07 a7 mulhh\.w r7,r4:t,r9:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 07 07 bf mulhh\.w pc,r3:t,r7:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 09 07 9f mulhh\.w pc,r4:b,r9:t
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mulsathh_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 08 8f mulsathh\.h pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 08 bc mulsathh\.h r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 08 b5 mulsathh\.h r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 08 84 mulsathh\.h r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 08 be mulsathh\.h lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 0d 08 83 mulsathh\.h r3,r1:b,sp:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0b 08 ab mulsathh\.h r11,lr:t,r11:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 0b 08 98 mulsathh\.h r8,r8:b,r11:t
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mulsathh_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 09 8f mulsathh\.w pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 09 bc mulsathh\.w r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 09 b5 mulsathh\.w r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 09 84 mulsathh\.w r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 09 be mulsathh\.w lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 06 09 ae mulsathh\.w lr,r11:t,r6:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 07 09 96 mulsathh\.w r6,r6:b,r7:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 03 09 8a mulsathh\.w r10,r2:b,r3:b
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mulsatrndhh_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 0a 8f mulsatrndhh\.h pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 0a bc mulsatrndhh\.h r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 0a b5 mulsatrndhh\.h r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 0a 84 mulsatrndhh\.h r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 0a be mulsatrndhh\.h lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 09 0a 8b mulsatrndhh\.h r11,r6:b,r9:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 08 0a 9b mulsatrndhh\.h r11,r3:b,r8:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 07 0a b5 mulsatrndhh\.h r5,sp:t,r7:t
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mulsatrndwh_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 0b 8f mulsatrndwh\.w pc,pc,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 0b 9c mulsatrndwh\.w r12,r12,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 0b 95 mulsatrndwh\.w r5,r5,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 0b 84 mulsatrndwh\.w r4,r4,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 0b 9e mulsatrndwh\.w lr,lr,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 00 0b 85 mulsatrndwh\.w r5,r12,r0:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 0f 0b 87 mulsatrndwh\.w r7,r10,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 05 0b 9a mulsatrndwh\.w r10,r8,r5:t
++
++[0-9a-f]* <macwh_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 0c 80 macwh\.d r0,pc,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 0c 9e macwh\.d lr,r12,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 0c 98 macwh\.d r8,r5,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 0c 86 macwh\.d r6,r4,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 0c 92 macwh\.d r2,lr,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 0c 0c 94 macwh\.d r4,r10,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 0d 0c 84 macwh\.d r4,r7,sp:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 0b 0c 8e macwh\.d lr,r9,r11:b
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mulwh_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 0d 80 mulwh\.d r0,pc,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 0d 9e mulwh\.d lr,r12,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 0d 98 mulwh\.d r8,r5,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 0d 86 mulwh\.d r6,r4,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 0d 92 mulwh\.d r2,lr,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 01 0d 8c mulwh\.d r12,r5,r1:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 03 0d 90 mulwh\.d r0,r1,r3:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 02 0d 80 mulwh\.d r0,r9,r2:b
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mulsatwh_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 0e 8f mulsatwh\.w pc,pc,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 0e 9c mulsatwh\.w r12,r12,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 0e 95 mulsatwh\.w r5,r5,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 0e 84 mulsatwh\.w r4,r4,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 0e 9e mulsatwh\.w lr,lr,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0a 0e 9b mulsatwh\.w r11,pc,r10:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 09 0e 9d mulsatwh\.w sp,r12,r9:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 02 0e 90 mulsatwh\.w r0,r3,r2:t
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldw7>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 0f 8f ld\.w pc,pc\[pc:b<<2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 0f bc ld\.w r12,r12\[r12:t<<2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 0f a5 ld\.w r5,r5\[r5:u<<2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 0f 94 ld\.w r4,r4\[r4:l<<2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 0f 9e ld\.w lr,lr\[lr:l<<2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 06 0f 99 ld\.w r9,r10\[r6:l<<2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 0a 0f 82 ld\.w r2,r10\[r10:b<<2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 0f 0f 8b ld\.w r11,r5\[pc:b<<2\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <satadd_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 00 cf satadd\.w pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 00 cc satadd\.w r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 00 c5 satadd\.w r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 00 c4 satadd\.w r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 00 ce satadd\.w lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 0b 00 c4 satadd\.w r4,r8,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 06 00 c3 satadd\.w r3,r12,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 09 00 c3 satadd\.w r3,lr,r9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <satsub_w1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 01 cf satsub\.w pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 01 cc satsub\.w r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 01 c5 satsub\.w r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 01 c4 satsub\.w r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 01 ce satsub\.w lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 00 01 c8 satsub\.w r8,sp,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 04 01 c9 satsub\.w r9,r8,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 02 01 cf satsub\.w pc,lr,r2
++
++[0-9a-f]* <satadd_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 02 cf satadd\.h pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 02 cc satadd\.h r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 02 c5 satadd\.h r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 02 c4 satadd\.h r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 02 ce satadd\.h lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 09 02 c7 satadd\.h r7,r3,r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 02 02 c1 satadd\.h r1,r0,r2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 0e 02 c1 satadd\.h r1,r4,lr
++
++[0-9a-f]* <satsub_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 03 cf satsub\.h pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 03 cc satsub\.h r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 03 c5 satsub\.h r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 03 c4 satsub\.h r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 03 ce satsub\.h lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 03 03 ce satsub\.h lr,lr,r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 05 03 cb satsub\.h r11,r6,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 00 03 c3 satsub\.h r3,sp,r0
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mul3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 10 00 mul pc,pc,0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 10 ff mul r12,r12,-1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 10 80 mul r5,r5,-128
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 10 7f mul r4,r4,127
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 10 01 mul lr,lr,1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 0c 10 f9 mul r12,r2,-7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 01 10 5f mul r1,pc,95
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 04 10 13 mul r4,r6,19
++
++[0-9a-f]* <rsub2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 11 00 rsub pc,pc,0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 11 ff rsub r12,r12,-1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 11 80 rsub r5,r5,-128
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 11 7f rsub r4,r4,127
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 11 01 rsub lr,lr,1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 09 11 60 rsub r9,lr,96
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 0b 11 38 rsub r11,r1,56
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 00 11 a9 rsub r0,r7,-87
++
++[0-9a-f]* <clz>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 12 00 clz pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 12 00 clz r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 12 00 clz r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 12 00 clz r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 12 00 clz lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 02 12 00 clz r2,r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 05 12 00 clz r5,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 0f 12 00 clz pc,r3
++
++[0-9a-f]* <cpc1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 13 00 cpc pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 13 00 cpc r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 13 00 cpc r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 13 00 cpc r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 13 00 cpc lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 0f 13 00 cpc pc,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 05 13 00 cpc r5,r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 06 13 00 cpc r6,r7
++
++[0-9a-f]* <asr3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 14 00 asr pc,pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 14 1f asr r12,r12,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 14 10 asr r5,r5,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 14 0f asr r4,r4,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 14 01 asr lr,lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 04 14 13 asr r4,r11,0x13
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0d 14 1a asr sp,pc,0x1a
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 0b 14 08 asr r11,sp,0x8
++
++[0-9a-f]* <lsl3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 15 00 lsl pc,pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 15 1f lsl r12,r12,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 15 10 lsl r5,r5,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 15 0f lsl r4,r4,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 15 01 lsl lr,lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 08 15 11 lsl r8,r10,0x11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 02 15 03 lsl r2,lr,0x3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 0e 15 0e lsl lr,r11,0xe
++
++[0-9a-f]* <lsr3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 16 00 lsr pc,pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 16 1f lsr r12,r12,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 16 10 lsr r5,r5,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 16 0f lsr r4,r4,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 16 01 lsr lr,lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 04 16 1f lsr r4,r3,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 0f 16 0e lsr pc,r9,0xe
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 03 16 06 lsr r3,r0,0x6
++
++[0-9a-f]* <movc1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 17 00 moveq pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 17 f0 moval r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 17 80 movls r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 17 70 movpl r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 17 10 movne lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 0f 17 10 movne pc,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 0a 17 60 movmi r10,r2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 08 17 80 movls r8,r12
++
++[0-9a-f]* <padd_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 20 0f padd\.h pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 20 0c padd\.h r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 20 05 padd\.h r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 20 04 padd\.h r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 20 0e padd\.h lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 07 20 08 padd\.h r8,r2,r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 03 20 00 padd\.h r0,r0,r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 06 20 0d padd\.h sp,r11,r6
++
++[0-9a-f]* <psub_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 20 1f psub\.h pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 20 1c psub\.h r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 20 15 psub\.h r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 20 14 psub\.h r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 20 1e psub\.h lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 08 20 1e psub\.h lr,r6,r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 0d 20 10 psub\.h r0,r1,sp
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0d 20 1f psub\.h pc,pc,sp
++
++[0-9a-f]* <paddx_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 20 2f paddx\.h pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 20 2c paddx\.h r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 20 25 paddx\.h r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 20 24 paddx\.h r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 20 2e paddx\.h lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 01 20 2f paddx\.h pc,pc,r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 05 20 2a paddx\.h r10,r4,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 02 20 25 paddx\.h r5,pc,r2
++
++[0-9a-f]* <psubx_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 20 3f psubx\.h pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 20 3c psubx\.h r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 20 35 psubx\.h r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 20 34 psubx\.h r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 20 3e psubx\.h lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 05 20 35 psubx\.h r5,r12,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 03 20 33 psubx\.h r3,r8,r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 03 20 35 psubx\.h r5,r2,r3
++
++[0-9a-f]* <padds_sh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 20 4f padds\.sh pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 20 4c padds\.sh r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 20 45 padds\.sh r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 20 44 padds\.sh r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 20 4e padds\.sh lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 02 20 49 padds\.sh r9,lr,r2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 01 20 46 padds\.sh r6,r8,r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 0a 20 46 padds\.sh r6,r4,r10
++
++[0-9a-f]* <psubs_sh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 20 5f psubs\.sh pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 20 5c psubs\.sh r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 20 55 psubs\.sh r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 20 54 psubs\.sh r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 20 5e psubs\.sh lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0b 20 56 psubs\.sh r6,lr,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 04 20 52 psubs\.sh r2,r12,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 00 20 50 psubs\.sh r0,r9,r0
++
++[0-9a-f]* <paddxs_sh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 20 6f paddxs\.sh pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 20 6c paddxs\.sh r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 20 65 paddxs\.sh r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 20 64 paddxs\.sh r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 20 6e paddxs\.sh lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 09 20 60 paddxs\.sh r0,r3,r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 0b 20 6f paddxs\.sh pc,r10,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 0f 20 6f paddxs\.sh pc,r10,pc
++
++[0-9a-f]* <psubxs_sh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 20 7f psubxs\.sh pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 20 7c psubxs\.sh r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 20 75 psubxs\.sh r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 20 74 psubxs\.sh r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 20 7e psubxs\.sh lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 20 77 psubxs\.sh r7,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 03 20 77 psubxs\.sh r7,r8,r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 05 20 7f psubxs\.sh pc,r6,r5
++
++[0-9a-f]* <padds_uh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 20 8f padds\.uh pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 20 8c padds\.uh r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 20 85 padds\.uh r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 20 84 padds\.uh r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 20 8e padds\.uh lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 07 20 8c padds\.uh r12,r11,r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 0e 20 87 padds\.uh r7,r8,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 07 20 86 padds\.uh r6,r9,r7
++
++[0-9a-f]* <psubs_uh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 20 9f psubs\.uh pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 20 9c psubs\.uh r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 20 95 psubs\.uh r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 20 94 psubs\.uh r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 20 9e psubs\.uh lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 06 20 9e psubs\.uh lr,r10,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 0f 20 9d psubs\.uh sp,r2,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 02 20 92 psubs\.uh r2,r9,r2
++
++[0-9a-f]* <paddxs_uh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 20 af paddxs\.uh pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 20 ac paddxs\.uh r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 20 a5 paddxs\.uh r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 20 a4 paddxs\.uh r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 20 ae paddxs\.uh lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 05 20 a7 paddxs\.uh r7,r9,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 04 20 a9 paddxs\.uh r9,r1,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 03 20 a5 paddxs\.uh r5,r2,r3
++
++[0-9a-f]* <psubxs_uh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 20 bf psubxs\.uh pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 20 bc psubxs\.uh r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 20 b5 psubxs\.uh r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 20 b4 psubxs\.uh r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 20 be psubxs\.uh lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 0d 20 bd psubxs\.uh sp,r5,sp
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 06 20 bd psubxs\.uh sp,r6,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 08 20 b3 psubxs\.uh r3,r11,r8
++
++[0-9a-f]* <paddh_sh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 20 cf paddh\.sh pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 20 cc paddh\.sh r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 20 c5 paddh\.sh r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 20 c4 paddh\.sh r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 20 ce paddh\.sh lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 03 20 cc paddh\.sh r12,sp,r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 03 20 cf paddh\.sh pc,r5,r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 0d 20 c8 paddh\.sh r8,r8,sp
++
++[0-9a-f]* <psubh_sh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 20 df psubh\.sh pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 20 dc psubh\.sh r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 20 d5 psubh\.sh r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 20 d4 psubh\.sh r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 20 de psubh\.sh lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 08 20 d1 psubh\.sh r1,r5,r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 06 20 d7 psubh\.sh r7,r3,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 03 20 d4 psubh\.sh r4,r3,r3
++
++[0-9a-f]* <paddxh_sh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 20 ef paddxh\.sh pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 20 ec paddxh\.sh r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 20 e5 paddxh\.sh r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 20 e4 paddxh\.sh r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 20 ee paddxh\.sh lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 04 20 e6 paddxh\.sh r6,r0,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 09 20 e9 paddxh\.sh r9,r8,r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 0d 20 e3 paddxh\.sh r3,r0,sp
++
++[0-9a-f]* <psubxh_sh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 20 ff psubxh\.sh pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 20 fc psubxh\.sh r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 20 f5 psubxh\.sh r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 20 f4 psubxh\.sh r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 20 fe psubxh\.sh lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0c 20 f4 psubxh\.sh r4,pc,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 06 20 f8 psubxh\.sh r8,r4,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 04 20 fc psubxh\.sh r12,r9,r4
++
++[0-9a-f]* <paddsub_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 21 0f paddsub\.h pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 21 3c paddsub\.h r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 21 35 paddsub\.h r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 21 04 paddsub\.h r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 21 3e paddsub\.h lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 0e 21 25 paddsub\.h r5,r2:t,lr:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 08 21 07 paddsub\.h r7,r1:b,r8:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 05 21 36 paddsub\.h r6,r10:t,r5:t
++
++[0-9a-f]* <psubadd_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 21 4f psubadd\.h pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 21 7c psubadd\.h r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 21 75 psubadd\.h r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 21 44 psubadd\.h r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 21 7e psubadd\.h lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 08 21 79 psubadd\.h r9,r11:t,r8:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 0e 21 7a psubadd\.h r10,r7:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 21 66 psubadd\.h r6,pc:t,pc:b
++
++[0-9a-f]* <paddsubs_sh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 21 8f paddsubs\.sh pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 21 bc paddsubs\.sh r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 21 b5 paddsubs\.sh r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 21 84 paddsubs\.sh r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 21 be paddsubs\.sh lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 00 21 a0 paddsubs\.sh r0,lr:t,r0:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 04 21 b9 paddsubs\.sh r9,r2:t,r4:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 0d 21 bc paddsubs\.sh r12,r9:t,sp:t
++
++[0-9a-f]* <psubadds_sh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 21 cf psubadds\.sh pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 21 fc psubadds\.sh r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 21 f5 psubadds\.sh r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 21 c4 psubadds\.sh r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 21 fe psubadds\.sh lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 01 21 df psubadds\.sh pc,lr:b,r1:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 0c 21 cb psubadds\.sh r11,r3:b,r12:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 08 21 fa psubadds\.sh r10,r2:t,r8:t
++
++[0-9a-f]* <paddsubs_uh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 22 0f paddsubs\.uh pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 22 3c paddsubs\.uh r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 22 35 paddsubs\.uh r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 22 04 paddsubs\.uh r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 22 3e paddsubs\.uh lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 03 22 09 paddsubs\.uh r9,r2:b,r3:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 07 22 1d paddsubs\.uh sp,sp:b,r7:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 0a 22 1e paddsubs\.uh lr,r0:b,r10:t
++
++[0-9a-f]* <psubadds_uh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 22 4f psubadds\.uh pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 22 7c psubadds\.uh r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 22 75 psubadds\.uh r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 22 44 psubadds\.uh r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 22 7e psubadds\.uh lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 0f 22 7c psubadds\.uh r12,r9:t,pc:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 08 22 48 psubadds\.uh r8,r6:b,r8:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 04 22 48 psubadds\.uh r8,r8:b,r4:b
++
++[0-9a-f]* <paddsubh_sh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 22 8f paddsubh\.sh pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 22 bc paddsubh\.sh r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 22 b5 paddsubh\.sh r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 22 84 paddsubh\.sh r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 22 be paddsubh\.sh lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 09 22 a8 paddsubh\.sh r8,r9:t,r9:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 01 22 b0 paddsubh\.sh r0,sp:t,r1:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 00 22 93 paddsubh\.sh r3,r1:b,r0:t
++
++[0-9a-f]* <psubaddh_sh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 22 cf psubaddh\.sh pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 22 fc psubaddh\.sh r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 22 f5 psubaddh\.sh r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 22 c4 psubaddh\.sh r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 22 fe psubaddh\.sh lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 0a 22 e7 psubaddh\.sh r7,r3:t,r10:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 01 22 f7 psubaddh\.sh r7,r2:t,r1:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 06 22 cb psubaddh\.sh r11,r3:b,r6:b
++
++[0-9a-f]* <padd_b>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 23 0f padd\.b pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 23 0c padd\.b r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 23 05 padd\.b r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 23 04 padd\.b r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 23 0e padd\.b lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 0f 23 02 padd\.b r2,r6,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 0c 23 08 padd\.b r8,r9,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 03 23 05 padd\.b r5,r12,r3
++
++[0-9a-f]* <psub_b>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 23 1f psub\.b pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 23 1c psub\.b r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 23 15 psub\.b r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 23 14 psub\.b r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 23 1e psub\.b lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0f 23 10 psub\.b r0,r12,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 0a 23 17 psub\.b r7,sp,r10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 0c 23 15 psub\.b r5,sp,r12
++
++[0-9a-f]* <padds_sb>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 23 2f padds\.sb pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 23 2c padds\.sb r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 23 25 padds\.sb r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 23 24 padds\.sb r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 23 2e padds\.sb lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 04 23 2d padds\.sb sp,r11,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 0b 23 2b padds\.sb r11,r10,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 06 23 25 padds\.sb r5,r12,r6
++
++[0-9a-f]* <psubs_sb>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 23 3f psubs\.sb pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 23 3c psubs\.sb r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 23 35 psubs\.sb r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 23 34 psubs\.sb r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 23 3e psubs\.sb lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 08 23 37 psubs\.sb r7,r6,r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 09 23 3c psubs\.sb r12,r10,r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 00 23 3f psubs\.sb pc,r11,r0
++
++[0-9a-f]* <padds_ub>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 23 4f padds\.ub pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 23 4c padds\.ub r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 23 45 padds\.ub r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 23 44 padds\.ub r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 23 4e padds\.ub lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 0b 23 43 padds\.ub r3,r2,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 01 23 4a padds\.ub r10,r8,r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 0a 23 4b padds\.ub r11,r8,r10
++
++[0-9a-f]* <psubs_ub>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 23 5f psubs\.ub pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 23 5c psubs\.ub r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 23 55 psubs\.ub r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 23 54 psubs\.ub r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 23 5e psubs\.ub lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 07 23 50 psubs\.ub r0,r2,r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 03 23 5e psubs\.ub lr,r5,r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 09 23 56 psubs\.ub r6,r7,r9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <paddh_ub>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 23 6f paddh\.ub pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 23 6c paddh\.ub r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 23 65 paddh\.ub r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 23 64 paddh\.ub r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 23 6e paddh\.ub lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 00 23 6e paddh\.ub lr,r1,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 07 23 62 paddh\.ub r2,r7,r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 02 23 62 paddh\.ub r2,r1,r2
++
++[0-9a-f]* <psubh_ub>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 23 7f psubh\.ub pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 23 7c psubh\.ub r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 23 75 psubh\.ub r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 23 74 psubh\.ub r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 23 7e psubh\.ub lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 06 23 70 psubh\.ub r0,r1,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0a 23 74 psubh\.ub r4,lr,r10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 01 23 79 psubh\.ub r9,r8,r1
++
++[0-9a-f]* <pmax_ub>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 23 8f pmax\.ub pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 23 8c pmax\.ub r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 23 85 pmax\.ub r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 23 84 pmax\.ub r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 23 8e pmax\.ub lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 0b 23 8f pmax\.ub pc,r2,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 01 23 8c pmax\.ub r12,r1,r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 00 23 85 pmax\.ub r5,r2,r0
++
++[0-9a-f]* <pmax_sh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 23 9f pmax\.sh pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 23 9c pmax\.sh r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 23 95 pmax\.sh r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 23 94 pmax\.sh r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 23 9e pmax\.sh lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 0c 23 9e pmax\.sh lr,r6,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 05 23 92 pmax\.sh r2,pc,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 07 23 9f pmax\.sh pc,r2,r7
++
++[0-9a-f]* <pmin_ub>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 23 af pmin\.ub pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 23 ac pmin\.ub r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 23 a5 pmin\.ub r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 23 a4 pmin\.ub r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 23 ae pmin\.ub lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 05 23 a8 pmin\.ub r8,r1,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 03 23 a1 pmin\.ub r1,r8,r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 07 23 a0 pmin\.ub r0,r2,r7
++
++[0-9a-f]* <pmin_sh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 23 bf pmin\.sh pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 23 bc pmin\.sh r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 23 b5 pmin\.sh r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 23 b4 pmin\.sh r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 23 be pmin\.sh lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 0a 23 b8 pmin\.sh r8,r4,r10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 0c 23 be pmin\.sh lr,r10,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 02 23 b2 pmin\.sh r2,r6,r2
++
++[0-9a-f]* <pavg_ub>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 23 cf pavg\.ub pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 23 cc pavg\.ub r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 23 c5 pavg\.ub r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 23 c4 pavg\.ub r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 23 ce pavg\.ub lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 06 23 c0 pavg\.ub r0,r1,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 06 23 c8 pavg\.ub r8,r3,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0a 23 cf pavg\.ub pc,r12,r10
++
++[0-9a-f]* <pavg_sh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 23 df pavg\.sh pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 23 dc pavg\.sh r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 23 d5 pavg\.sh r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 23 d4 pavg\.sh r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 23 de pavg\.sh lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0d 23 d9 pavg\.sh r9,pc,sp
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 03 23 df pavg\.sh pc,sp,r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 09 23 d6 pavg\.sh r6,r1,r9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <pabs_sb>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 0f 23 ef pabs\.sb pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 0c 23 ec pabs\.sb r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 05 23 e5 pabs\.sb r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 04 23 e4 pabs\.sb r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 0e 23 ee pabs\.sb lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 06 23 eb pabs\.sb r11,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 09 23 ee pabs\.sb lr,r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 07 23 ed pabs\.sb sp,r7
++
++[0-9a-f]* <pabs_sh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 0f 23 ff pabs\.sh pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 0c 23 fc pabs\.sh r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 05 23 f5 pabs\.sh r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 04 23 f4 pabs\.sh r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 0e 23 fe pabs\.sh lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 03 23 ff pabs\.sh pc,r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 07 23 f5 pabs\.sh r5,r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 00 23 f4 pabs\.sh r4,r0
++
++[0-9a-f]* <psad>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 24 0f psad pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 24 0c psad r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 24 05 psad r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 24 04 psad r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 24 0e psad lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 0b 24 09 psad r9,r11,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 0d 24 0e psad lr,r4,sp
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 05 24 0e psad lr,r4,r5
++
++[0-9a-f]* <pasr_b>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 00 24 1f pasr\.b pc,pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 07 24 1c pasr\.b r12,r12,0x7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 04 24 15 pasr\.b r5,r5,0x4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 03 24 14 pasr\.b r4,r4,0x3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 01 24 1e pasr\.b lr,lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 01 24 1f pasr\.b pc,r7,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 06 24 1d pasr\.b sp,lr,0x6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 02 24 1d pasr\.b sp,r3,0x2
++
++[0-9a-f]* <plsl_b>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 00 24 2f plsl\.b pc,pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 07 24 2c plsl\.b r12,r12,0x7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 04 24 25 plsl\.b r5,r5,0x4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 03 24 24 plsl\.b r4,r4,0x3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 01 24 2e plsl\.b lr,lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 04 24 22 plsl\.b r2,r11,0x4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 07 24 28 plsl\.b r8,r5,0x7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 02 24 2f plsl\.b pc,r0,0x2
++
++[0-9a-f]* <plsr_b>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 00 24 3f plsr\.b pc,pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 07 24 3c plsr\.b r12,r12,0x7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 04 24 35 plsr\.b r5,r5,0x4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 03 24 34 plsr\.b r4,r4,0x3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 01 24 3e plsr\.b lr,lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 02 24 3c plsr\.b r12,r1,0x2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 07 24 36 plsr\.b r6,pc,0x7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 02 24 3c plsr\.b r12,r11,0x2
++
++[0-9a-f]* <pasr_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 00 24 4f pasr\.h pc,pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0f 24 4c pasr\.h r12,r12,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 08 24 45 pasr\.h r5,r5,0x8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 07 24 44 pasr\.h r4,r4,0x7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 01 24 4e pasr\.h lr,lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 0a 24 40 pasr\.h r0,r11,0xa
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 08 24 44 pasr\.h r4,r6,0x8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 04 24 46 pasr\.h r6,r2,0x4
++
++[0-9a-f]* <plsl_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 00 24 5f plsl\.h pc,pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0f 24 5c plsl\.h r12,r12,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 08 24 55 plsl\.h r5,r5,0x8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 07 24 54 plsl\.h r4,r4,0x7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 01 24 5e plsl\.h lr,lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 09 24 55 plsl\.h r5,r10,0x9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 08 24 5d plsl\.h sp,lr,0x8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 07 24 50 plsl\.h r0,lr,0x7
++
++[0-9a-f]* <plsr_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 00 24 6f plsr\.h pc,pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0f 24 6c plsr\.h r12,r12,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 08 24 65 plsr\.h r5,r5,0x8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 07 24 64 plsr\.h r4,r4,0x7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 01 24 6e plsr\.h lr,lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 0f 24 6b plsr\.h r11,r0,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 03 24 6e plsr\.h lr,r3,0x3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0a 24 68 plsr\.h r8,lr,0xa
++
++[0-9a-f]* <packw_sh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 24 7f packw\.sh pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 24 7c packw\.sh r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 24 75 packw\.sh r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 24 74 packw\.sh r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 24 7e packw\.sh lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 0a 24 7d packw\.sh sp,r11,r10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 0c 24 78 packw\.sh r8,r2,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 05 24 78 packw\.sh r8,r1,r5
++
++[0-9a-f]* <punpckub_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 00 24 8f punpckub\.h pc,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 00 24 9c punpckub\.h r12,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 00 24 95 punpckub\.h r5,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 00 24 84 punpckub\.h r4,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 00 24 9e punpckub\.h lr,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 00 24 96 punpckub\.h r6,r1:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 00 24 8e punpckub\.h lr,r5:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 00 24 9e punpckub\.h lr,r2:t
++
++[0-9a-f]* <punpcksb_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 00 24 af punpcksb\.h pc,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 00 24 bc punpcksb\.h r12,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 00 24 b5 punpcksb\.h r5,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 00 24 a4 punpcksb\.h r4,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 00 24 be punpcksb\.h lr,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 00 24 b4 punpcksb\.h r4,r7:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 00 24 a6 punpcksb\.h r6,lr:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 00 24 bc punpcksb\.h r12,r12:t
++
++[0-9a-f]* <packsh_ub>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 24 cf packsh\.ub pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 24 cc packsh\.ub r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 24 c5 packsh\.ub r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 24 c4 packsh\.ub r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 24 ce packsh\.ub lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 03 24 c3 packsh\.ub r3,r6,r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 03 24 c8 packsh\.ub r8,r0,r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 0e 24 c9 packsh\.ub r9,r3,lr
++
++[0-9a-f]* <packsh_sb>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 0f 24 df packsh\.sb pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 0c 24 dc packsh\.sb r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 05 24 d5 packsh\.sb r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 04 24 d4 packsh\.sb r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 0e 24 de packsh\.sb lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 01 24 d6 packsh\.sb r6,r8,r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 08 24 de packsh\.sb lr,r9,r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 06 24 dd packsh\.sb sp,r6,r6
++
++[0-9a-f]* <andl>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 1f 00 00 andl pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 1c ff ff andl r12,0xffff
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 15 80 00 andl r5,0x8000
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 14 7f ff andl r4,0x7fff
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 1e 00 01 andl lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 1f 5a 58 andl pc,0x5a58
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 18 b8 9e andl r8,0xb89e
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 17 35 97 andl r7,0x3597
++
++[0-9a-f]* <andl_coh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 1f 00 00 andl pc,0x0,COH
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 1c ff ff andl r12,0xffff,COH
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 15 80 00 andl r5,0x8000,COH
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 14 7f ff andl r4,0x7fff,COH
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 1e 00 01 andl lr,0x1,COH
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 16 58 e1 andl r6,0x58e1,COH
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 10 9e cd andl r0,0x9ecd,COH
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 14 bd c4 andl r4,0xbdc4,COH
++
++[0-9a-f]* <andh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 1f 00 00 andh pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 1c ff ff andh r12,0xffff
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 15 80 00 andh r5,0x8000
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 14 7f ff andh r4,0x7fff
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 1e 00 01 andh lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 1c cc 58 andh r12,0xcc58
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 13 21 e3 andh r3,0x21e3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e4 12 a7 eb andh r2,0xa7eb
++
++[0-9a-f]* <andh_coh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 1f 00 00 andh pc,0x0,COH
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 1c ff ff andh r12,0xffff,COH
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 15 80 00 andh r5,0x8000,COH
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 14 7f ff andh r4,0x7fff,COH
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 1e 00 01 andh lr,0x1,COH
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 1b 86 0d andh r11,0x860d,COH
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 18 ce f6 andh r8,0xcef6,COH
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 1a 5c 83 andh r10,0x5c83,COH
++
++[0-9a-f]* <orl>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 1f 00 00 orl pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 1c ff ff orl r12,0xffff
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 15 80 00 orl r5,0x8000
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 14 7f ff orl r4,0x7fff
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 1e 00 01 orl lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 1d 41 7e orl sp,0x417e
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 10 52 bd orl r0,0x52bd
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 1f ac 47 orl pc,0xac47
++
++[0-9a-f]* <orh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 1f 00 00 orh pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 1c ff ff orh r12,0xffff
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 15 80 00 orh r5,0x8000
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 14 7f ff orh r4,0x7fff
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 1e 00 01 orh lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 18 6e 7d orh r8,0x6e7d
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 1c 77 1c orh r12,0x771c
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 11 ea 1a orh r1,0xea1a
++
++[0-9a-f]* <eorl>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 1f 00 00 eorl pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 1c ff ff eorl r12,0xffff
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 15 80 00 eorl r5,0x8000
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 14 7f ff eorl r4,0x7fff
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 1e 00 01 eorl lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 14 c7 b9 eorl r4,0xc7b9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 16 fb dd eorl r6,0xfbdd
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ec 11 51 b1 eorl r1,0x51b1
++
++[0-9a-f]* <eorh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 1f 00 00 eorh pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 1c ff ff eorh r12,0xffff
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 15 80 00 eorh r5,0x8000
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 14 7f ff eorh r4,0x7fff
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 1e 00 01 eorh lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 10 2d d4 eorh r0,0x2dd4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 1a 94 b5 eorh r10,0x94b5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 19 df 2a eorh r9,0xdf2a
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mcall>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 1f 00 00 mcall [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 1c ff ff mcall r12\[-4\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 15 80 00 mcall r5\[-131072\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 14 7f ff mcall r4\[131068\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 1e 00 01 mcall lr\[4\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 1d 3b bf mcall sp\[61180\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 14 dd d2 mcall r4\[-35000\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 10 09 b1 mcall r0\[9924\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <pref>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 1f 00 00 pref pc\[0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 1c ff ff pref r12\[-1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 15 80 00 pref r5\[-32768\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 14 7f ff pref r4\[32767\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 1e 00 01 pref lr\[1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 17 1e 44 pref r7\[7748\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 17 e1 ed pref r7\[-7699\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 12 9a dc pref r2\[-25892\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <cache>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 1f 00 00 cache pc\[0\],0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 1c ff ff cache r12\[-1\],0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 15 84 00 cache r5\[-1024\],0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 14 7b ff cache r4\[1023\],0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 1e 08 01 cache lr\[1\],0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 13 8c 3c cache r3\[-964\],0x11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 14 b6 89 cache r4\[-375\],0x16
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 13 8c 88 cache r3\[-888\],0x11
++
++[0-9a-f]* <sub4>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 20 0f sub pc,0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 2f fc sub r12,-1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 25 00 00 sub r5,-1048576
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 34 ff ff sub r4,1048575
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 20 1e sub lr,1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 22 8d 6c sub r2,-619156
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 3e 0a cd sub lr,461517
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 38 2d 25 sub r8,-185051
++
++[0-9a-f]* <cp3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 58 0f cp.w pc,0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 5b fc cp.w r12,-1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 45 00 00 cp.w r5,-1048576
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 54 ff ff cp.w r4,1048575
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 58 1e cp.w lr,1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 51 e4 ae cp.w r1,124078
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 40 37 e3 cp.w r0,-378909
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 44 4a 14 cp.w r4,-243180
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mov2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 30 0f mov pc,0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 3f fc mov r12,-1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 65 00 00 mov r5,-1048576
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 74 ff ff mov r4,1048575
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 30 1e mov lr,1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 75 29 a3 mov r5,-317021
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f4 6d 91 94 mov sp,-749164
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 65 58 93 mov r5,940179
++
++[0-9a-f]* <brc2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c0 00 breq [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 9f ff ff bral [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 88 00 00 brls [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 97 ff ff brpl [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c0 11 brne [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 8b 4a 4d brhi [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea 8e 14 cc brqs [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 98 98 33 brls [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++
++[0-9a-f]* <rcall2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c0 0c rcall [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: cf ff rcall [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 a0 00 00 rcall [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee b0 ff ff rcall [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: c0 1c rcall [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e2 b0 ca 5a rcall [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 a0 47 52 rcall [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe b0 fd ef rcall [0-9a-f]* <.*>
++
++[0-9a-f]* <sub5>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe cf 00 00 sub pc,pc,0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 cc ff ff sub r12,r12,-1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea c5 80 00 sub r5,r5,-32768
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 c4 7f ff sub r4,r4,32767
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc ce 00 01 sub lr,lr,1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe cf ce 38 sub pc,pc,-12744
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee c7 95 1b sub r7,r7,-27365
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 c2 bc 32 sub r2,r9,-17358
++
++[0-9a-f]* <satsub_w2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe df 00 00 satsub\.w pc,pc,0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 dc ff ff satsub\.w r12,r12,-1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea d5 80 00 satsub\.w r5,r5,-32768
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 d4 7f ff satsub\.w r4,r4,32767
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc de 00 01 satsub\.w lr,lr,1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc d2 f8 29 satsub\.w r2,lr,-2007
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 d7 fc f0 satsub\.w r7,r12,-784
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee d4 5a 8c satsub\.w r4,r7,23180
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_d4>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe e0 00 00 ld\.d r0,pc\[0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 ee ff ff ld\.d lr,r12\[-1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea e8 80 00 ld\.d r8,r5\[-32768\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 e6 7f ff ld\.d r6,r4\[32767\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc e2 00 01 ld\.d r2,lr\[1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 ee 39 c0 ld\.d lr,r11\[14784\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f2 e6 b6 27 ld\.d r6,r9\[-18905\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e6 e2 e7 2d ld\.d r2,r3\[-6355\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_w4>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 7e 0f ld\.w pc,pc\[0x0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 fc ff ff ld\.w r12,r12\[-1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea f5 80 00 ld\.w r5,r5\[-32768\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 f4 7f ff ld\.w r4,r4\[32767\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc fe 00 01 ld\.w lr,lr\[1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 f0 a9 8b ld\.w r0,r12\[-22133\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe fd af d7 ld\.w sp,pc\[-20521\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 03 nop
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_sh4>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 9e 0f ld\.sh pc,pc\[0x0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 0c ff ff ld\.sh r12,r12\[-1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb 05 80 00 ld\.sh r5,r5\[-32768\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 04 7f ff ld\.sh r4,r4\[32767\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd 0e 00 01 ld\.sh lr,lr\[1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f5 06 78 d2 ld\.sh r6,r10\[30930\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f5 06 55 d5 ld\.sh r6,r10\[21973\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 03 nop
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_uh4>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 9e 8f ld\.uh pc,pc\[0x0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 1c ff ff ld\.uh r12,r12\[-1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb 15 80 00 ld\.uh r5,r5\[-32768\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 14 7f ff ld\.uh r4,r4\[32767\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd 1e 00 01 ld\.uh lr,lr\[1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 11 cb d6 ld\.uh r1,r9\[-13354\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f7 1e 53 59 ld\.uh lr,r11\[21337\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 03 nop
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_sb1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff 2f 00 00 ld\.sb pc,pc\[0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 2c ff ff ld\.sb r12,r12\[-1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb 25 80 00 ld\.sb r5,r5\[-32768\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 24 7f ff ld\.sb r4,r4\[32767\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd 2e 00 01 ld\.sb lr,lr\[1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fb 27 90 09 ld\.sb r7,sp\[-28663\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 22 e9 09 ld\.sb r2,r1\[-5879\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e7 2c 49 2e ld\.sb r12,r3\[18734\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ld_ub4>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1f 8f ld\.ub pc,pc\[0x0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 3c ff ff ld\.ub r12,r12\[-1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb 35 80 00 ld\.ub r5,r5\[-32768\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 34 7f ff ld\.ub r4,r4\[32767\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 1d 9e ld\.ub lr,lr\[0x1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 3f 20 55 ld\.ub pc,r4\[8277\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 35 4a e4 ld\.ub r5,r12\[19172\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd 3a 66 eb ld\.ub r10,lr\[26347\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <st_d4>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe e1 00 00 st\.d pc\[0\],r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 ef ff ff st\.d r12\[-1\],lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea e9 80 00 st\.d r5\[-32768\],r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e8 e7 7f ff st\.d r4\[32767\],r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc e3 00 01 st\.d lr\[1\],r2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea eb 33 90 st\.d r5\[13200\],r10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea eb 24 88 st\.d r5\[9352\],r10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ea e5 7e 75 st\.d r5\[32373\],r4
++
++[0-9a-f]* <st_w4>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: 9f 0f st\.w pc\[0x0\],pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 4c ff ff st\.w r12\[-1\],r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb 45 80 00 st\.w r5\[-32768\],r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 44 7f ff st\.w r4\[32767\],r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd 4e 00 01 st\.w lr\[1\],lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fb 47 17 f8 st\.w sp\[6136\],r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed 4c 69 cf st\.w r6\[27087\],r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 03 nop
++
++[0-9a-f]* <st_h4>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: be 0f st\.h pc\[0x0\],pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 5c ff ff st\.h r12\[-1\],r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb 55 80 00 st\.h r5\[-32768\],r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 54 7f ff st\.h r4\[32767\],r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd 5e 00 01 st\.h lr\[1\],lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 57 d9 16 st\.h r4\[-9962\],r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 53 c0 86 st\.h r9\[-16250\],r3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: d7 03 nop
++
++[0-9a-f]* <st_b4>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: be 8f st\.b pc\[0x0\],pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 6c ff ff st\.b r12\[-1\],r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb 65 80 00 st\.b r5\[-32768\],r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 64 7f ff st\.b r4\[32767\],r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: bc 9e st\.b lr\[0x1\],lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 66 75 96 st\.b r12\[30102\],r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb 61 71 31 st\.b r5\[28977\],r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 61 15 5e st\.b r0\[5470\],r1
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mfsr>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 bf 00 00 mfsr pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 bc 00 ff mfsr r12,0x3fc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 b5 00 80 mfsr r5,0x200
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 b4 00 7f mfsr r4,0x1fc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 be 00 01 mfsr lr,0x4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 b2 00 ae mfsr r2,0x2b8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 b4 00 41 mfsr r4,0x104
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 ba 00 fe mfsr r10,0x3f8
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mtsr>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 bf 00 00 mtsr 0x0,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 bc 00 ff mtsr 0x3fc,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 b5 00 80 mtsr 0x200,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 b4 00 7f mtsr 0x1fc,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 be 00 01 mtsr 0x4,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 ba 00 38 mtsr 0xe0,r10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 bc 00 d1 mtsr 0x344,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 b9 00 4c mtsr 0x130,r9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mfdr>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 bf 00 00 mfdr pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 bc 00 ff mfdr r12,0x3fc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 b5 00 80 mfdr r5,0x200
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 b4 00 7f mfdr r4,0x1fc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 be 00 01 mfdr lr,0x4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 b6 00 e9 mfdr r6,0x3a4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 b5 00 09 mfdr r5,0x24
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 b9 00 4b mfdr r9,0x12c
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mtdr>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e7 bf 00 00 mtdr 0x0,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e7 bc 00 ff mtdr 0x3fc,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e7 b5 00 80 mtdr 0x200,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e7 b4 00 7f mtdr 0x1fc,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e7 be 00 01 mtdr 0x4,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e7 b8 00 2d mtdr 0xb4,r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e7 ba 00 b4 mtdr 0x2d0,r10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e7 be 00 66 mtdr 0x198,lr
++
++[0-9a-f]* <sleep>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 b0 00 00 sleep 0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 b0 00 ff sleep 0xff
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 b0 00 80 sleep 0x80
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 b0 00 7f sleep 0x7f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 b0 00 01 sleep 0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 b0 00 fe sleep 0xfe
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 b0 00 0f sleep 0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 b0 00 2b sleep 0x2b
++
++[0-9a-f]* <sync>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb b0 00 00 sync 0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb b0 00 ff sync 0xff
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb b0 00 80 sync 0x80
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb b0 00 7f sync 0x7f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb b0 00 01 sync 0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb b0 00 a6 sync 0xa6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb b0 00 e6 sync 0xe6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb b0 00 b4 sync 0xb4
++
++[0-9a-f]* <bld>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed bf 00 00 bld pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed bc 00 1f bld r12,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed b5 00 10 bld r5,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed b4 00 0f bld r4,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed be 00 01 bld lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed b9 00 0f bld r9,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed b0 00 04 bld r0,0x4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed be 00 1a bld lr,0x1a
++
++[0-9a-f]* <bst>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef bf 00 00 bst pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef bc 00 1f bst r12,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef b5 00 10 bst r5,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef b4 00 0f bst r4,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef be 00 01 bst lr,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ba 00 1c bst r10,0x1c
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef b0 00 03 bst r0,0x3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef bd 00 02 bst sp,0x2
++
++[0-9a-f]* <sats>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 bf 00 00 sats pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 bc 03 ff sats r12>>0x1f,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 b5 02 10 sats r5>>0x10,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 b4 01 ef sats r4>>0xf,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 be 00 21 sats lr>>0x1,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 ba 02 63 sats r10>>0x3,0x13
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 ba 03 42 sats r10>>0x2,0x1a
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 b1 00 34 sats r1>>0x14,0x1
++
++[0-9a-f]* <satu>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 bf 04 00 satu pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 bc 07 ff satu r12>>0x1f,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 b5 06 10 satu r5>>0x10,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 b4 05 ef satu r4>>0xf,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 be 04 21 satu lr>>0x1,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 bf 04 e5 satu pc>>0x5,0x7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 b7 04 a5 satu r7>>0x5,0x5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 b2 06 7a satu r2>>0x1a,0x13
++
++[0-9a-f]* <satrnds>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 bf 00 00 satrnds pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 bc 03 ff satrnds r12>>0x1f,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 b5 02 10 satrnds r5>>0x10,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 b4 01 ef satrnds r4>>0xf,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 be 00 21 satrnds lr>>0x1,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 b0 02 75 satrnds r0>>0x15,0x13
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 bd 00 40 satrnds sp,0x2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 b7 03 a6 satrnds r7>>0x6,0x1d
++
++[0-9a-f]* <satrndu>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 bf 04 00 satrndu pc,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 bc 07 ff satrndu r12>>0x1f,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 b5 06 10 satrndu r5>>0x10,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 b4 05 ef satrndu r4>>0xf,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 be 04 21 satrndu lr>>0x1,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 bc 07 40 satrndu r12,0x1a
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 b4 04 75 satrndu r4>>0x15,0x3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 ba 06 03 satrndu r10>>0x3,0x10
++
++[0-9a-f]* <subfc>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f5 bf 00 00 subfeq pc,0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f5 bc 0f ff subfal r12,-1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f5 b5 08 80 subfls r5,-128
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f5 b4 07 7f subfpl r4,127
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f5 be 01 01 subfne lr,1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f5 ba 08 08 subfls r10,8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f5 bb 0d 63 subfvc r11,99
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f5 b2 0c 49 subfvs r2,73
++
++[0-9a-f]* <subc>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f7 bf 00 00 subeq pc,0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f7 bc 0f ff subal r12,-1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f7 b5 08 80 subls r5,-128
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f7 b4 07 7f subpl r4,127
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f7 be 01 01 subne lr,1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f7 bc 08 76 subls r12,118
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f7 be 0d f4 subvc lr,-12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f7 b4 06 f3 submi r4,-13
++
++[0-9a-f]* <movc2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 bf 00 00 moveq pc,0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 bc 0f ff moval r12,-1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 b5 08 80 movls r5,-128
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 b4 07 7f movpl r4,127
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 be 01 01 movne lr,1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 b3 05 86 movlt r3,-122
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 b8 0d 02 movvc r8,2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 b7 01 91 movne r7,-111
++
++[0-9a-f]* <cp_b>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 0f 18 00 cp\.b pc,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 00 18 00 cp\.b r0,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 07 18 00 cp\.b r7,r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 08 18 00 cp\.b r8,r7
++
++[0-9a-f]* <cp_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e0 0f 19 00 cp\.h pc,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fe 00 19 00 cp\.h r0,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f0 07 19 00 cp\.h r7,r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ee 08 19 00 cp\.h r8,r7
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldm>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 cf 00 7e ldm pc,r1-r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 cc ff ff ldm r12,r0-pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 c5 80 00 ldm r5,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 c4 7f ff ldm r4,r0-lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 ce 00 01 ldm lr,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 c9 40 22 ldm r9,r1,r5,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 cb 81 ec ldm r11,r2-r3,r5-r8,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 c6 a2 09 ldm r6,r0,r3,r9,sp,pc
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldm_pu>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 cf 03 c0 ldm pc\+\+,r6-r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 cc ff ff ldm r12\+\+,r0-pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 c5 80 00 ldm r5\+\+,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 c4 7f ff ldm r4\+\+,r0-lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 ce 00 01 ldm lr\+\+,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 cc d5 38 ldm r12\+\+,r3-r5,r8,r10,r12,lr-pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 ca c0 74 ldm r10\+\+,r2,r4-r6,lr-pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 c6 7e 1a ldm r6\+\+,r1,r3-r4,r9-lr
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldmts>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 cf 01 80 ldmts pc,r7-r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 cc ff ff ldmts r12,r0-pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 c5 80 00 ldmts r5,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 c4 7f ff ldmts r4,r0-lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 ce 00 01 ldmts lr,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 c0 18 06 ldmts r0,r1-r2,r11-r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 ce 61 97 ldmts lr,r0-r2,r4,r7-r8,sp-lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 cc c2 3b ldmts r12,r0-r1,r3-r5,r9,lr-pc
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldmts_pu>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e7 cf 02 00 ldmts pc\+\+,r9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e7 cc ff ff ldmts r12\+\+,r0-pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e7 c5 80 00 ldmts r5\+\+,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e7 c4 7f ff ldmts r4\+\+,r0-lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e7 ce 00 01 ldmts lr\+\+,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e7 cd 0a bd ldmts sp\+\+,r0,r2-r5,r7,r9,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e7 c5 0c 8e ldmts r5\+\+,r1-r3,r7,r10-r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e7 c8 a1 9c ldmts r8\+\+,r2-r4,r7-r8,sp,pc
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stm>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 cf 00 80 stm pc,r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 cc ff ff stm r12,r0-pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 c5 80 00 stm r5,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 c4 7f ff stm r4,r0-lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 ce 00 01 stm lr,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 cd 49 2c stm sp,r2-r3,r5,r8,r11,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 c4 4c 5f stm r4,r0-r4,r6,r10-r11,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 c9 f2 22 stm r9,r1,r5,r9,r12-pc
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stm_pu>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb cf 00 70 stm --pc,r4-r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb cc ff ff stm --r12,r0-pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb c5 80 00 stm --r5,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb c4 7f ff stm --r4,r0-lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb ce 00 01 stm --lr,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb cb fb f1 stm --r11,r0,r4-r9,r11-pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb cb 56 09 stm --r11,r0,r3,r9-r10,r12,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb c6 63 04 stm --r6,r2,r8-r9,sp-lr
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stmts>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed cf 01 00 stmts pc,r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed cc ff ff stmts r12,r0-pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed c5 80 00 stmts r5,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed c4 7f ff stmts r4,r0-lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed ce 00 01 stmts lr,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed c1 c6 5b stmts r1,r0-r1,r3-r4,r6,r9-r10,lr-pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed c3 1d c1 stmts r3,r0,r6-r8,r10-r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed cb d6 d1 stmts r11,r0,r4,r6-r7,r9-r10,r12,lr-pc
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stmts_pu>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef cf 01 c0 stmts --pc,r6-r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef cc ff ff stmts --r12,r0-pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef c5 80 00 stmts --r5,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef c4 7f ff stmts --r4,r0-lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ce 00 01 stmts --lr,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef c2 36 19 stmts --r2,r0,r3-r4,r9-r10,r12-sp
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef c3 c0 03 stmts --r3,r0-r1,lr-pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef c0 44 7d stmts --r0,r0,r2-r6,r10,lr
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldins_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df 00 00 ldins\.h pc:b,pc\[0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 dc 1f ff ldins\.h r12:t,r12\[-2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb d5 18 00 ldins\.h r5:t,r5\[-4096\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 d4 07 ff ldins\.h r4:b,r4\[4094\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd de 10 01 ldins\.h lr:t,lr\[2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd d0 13 c5 ldins\.h r0:t,lr\[1930\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef d3 0e f5 ldins\.h r3:b,r7\[-534\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 d2 0b 9a ldins\.h r2:b,r12\[-2252\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldins_b>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df 40 00 ldins\.b pc:b,pc\[0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 dc 7f ff ldins\.b r12:t,r12\[-1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb d5 68 00 ldins\.b r5:u,r5\[-2048\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 d4 57 ff ldins\.b r4:l,r4\[2047\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd de 50 01 ldins\.b lr:l,lr\[1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 d6 7d 6a ldins\.b r6:t,r4\[-662\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 d5 4f 69 ldins\.b r5:b,r1\[-151\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f7 da 78 7d ldins\.b r10:t,r11\[-1923\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldswp_sh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df 20 00 ldswp\.sh pc,pc\[0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 dc 2f ff ldswp\.sh r12,r12\[-2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb d5 28 00 ldswp\.sh r5,r5\[-4096\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 d4 27 ff ldswp\.sh r4,r4\[4094\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd de 20 01 ldswp\.sh lr,lr\[2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f5 d9 27 84 ldswp\.sh r9,r10\[3848\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 d4 2c 04 ldswp\.sh r4,r12\[-2040\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 da 26 08 ldswp\.sh r10,r2\[3088\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldswp_uh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df 30 00 ldswp\.uh pc,pc\[0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 dc 3f ff ldswp\.uh r12,r12\[-2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb d5 38 00 ldswp\.uh r5,r5\[-4096\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 d4 37 ff ldswp\.uh r4,r4\[4094\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd de 30 01 ldswp\.uh lr,lr\[2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 d4 37 46 ldswp\.uh r4,r9\[3724\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fb de 3c bc ldswp\.uh lr,sp\[-1672\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 d8 38 7d ldswp\.uh r8,r12\[-3846\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldswp_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df 80 00 ldswp\.w pc,pc\[0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 dc 8f ff ldswp\.w r12,r12\[-4\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb d5 88 00 ldswp\.w r5,r5\[-8192\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 d4 87 ff ldswp\.w r4,r4\[8188\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd de 80 01 ldswp\.w lr,lr\[4\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef dd 81 d1 ldswp\.w sp,r7\[1860\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb df 8c c1 ldswp\.w pc,r5\[-3324\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f5 dc 8c c8 ldswp\.w r12,r10\[-3296\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stswp_h>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df 90 00 stswp\.h pc\[0\],pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 dc 9f ff stswp\.h r12\[-2\],r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb d5 98 00 stswp\.h r5\[-4096\],r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 d4 97 ff stswp\.h r4\[4094\],r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd de 90 01 stswp\.h lr\[2\],lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef da 90 20 stswp\.h r7\[64\],r10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f5 d2 95 e8 stswp\.h r10\[3024\],r2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 da 9b 74 stswp\.h r0\[-2328\],r10
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stswp_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df a0 00 stswp\.w pc\[0\],pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 dc af ff stswp\.w r12\[-4\],r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb d5 a8 00 stswp\.w r5\[-8192\],r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 d4 a7 ff stswp\.w r4\[8188\],r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd de a0 01 stswp\.w lr\[4\],lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff d8 a1 21 stswp\.w pc\[1156\],r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fb da a7 ce stswp\.w sp\[7992\],r10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 d5 ae db stswp\.w r8\[-1172\],r5
++
++[0-9a-f]* <and2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff ef 00 0f and pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 ec 01 fc and r12,r12,r12<<0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb e5 01 05 and r5,r5,r5<<0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 e4 00 f4 and r4,r4,r4<<0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd ee 00 1e and lr,lr,lr<<0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 e1 00 1a and r10,r2,r1<<0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 eb 01 bc and r12,r8,r11<<0x1b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef e0 00 3a and r10,r7,r0<<0x3
++
++[0-9a-f]* <and3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff ef 02 0f and pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 ec 03 fc and r12,r12,r12>>0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb e5 03 05 and r5,r5,r5>>0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 e4 02 f4 and r4,r4,r4>>0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd ee 02 1e and lr,lr,lr>>0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 e7 03 1c and r12,r8,r7>>0x11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 e9 03 4f and pc,r4,r9>>0x14
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 ea 02 ca and r10,r9,r10>>0xc
++
++[0-9a-f]* <or2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff ef 10 0f or pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 ec 11 fc or r12,r12,r12<<0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb e5 11 05 or r5,r5,r5<<0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 e4 10 f4 or r4,r4,r4<<0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd ee 10 1e or lr,lr,lr<<0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fb eb 11 d8 or r8,sp,r11<<0x1d
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 e2 11 cf or pc,r9,r2<<0x1c
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 e2 10 35 or r5,r1,r2<<0x3
++
++[0-9a-f]* <or3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff ef 12 0f or pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 ec 13 fc or r12,r12,r12>>0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb e5 13 05 or r5,r5,r5>>0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 e4 12 f4 or r4,r4,r4>>0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd ee 12 1e or lr,lr,lr>>0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fb ed 12 21 or r1,sp,sp>>0x2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 e1 13 d0 or r0,r1,r1>>0x1d
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 e8 12 84 or r4,r12,r8>>0x8
++
++[0-9a-f]* <eor2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff ef 20 0f eor pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 ec 21 fc eor r12,r12,r12<<0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb e5 21 05 eor r5,r5,r5<<0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 e4 20 f4 eor r4,r4,r4<<0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd ee 20 1e eor lr,lr,lr<<0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 e4 20 ba eor r10,r9,r4<<0xb
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 e1 21 f4 eor r4,r0,r1<<0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 ec 20 d6 eor r6,r2,r12<<0xd
++
++[0-9a-f]* <eor3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff ef 22 0f eor pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 ec 23 fc eor r12,r12,r12>>0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb e5 23 05 eor r5,r5,r5>>0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 e4 22 f4 eor r4,r4,r4>>0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd ee 22 1e eor lr,lr,lr>>0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb e5 23 65 eor r5,r5,r5>>0x16
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 ee 22 3a eor r10,r1,lr>>0x3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd ed 23 a7 eor r7,lr,sp>>0x1a
++
++[0-9a-f]* <sthh_w2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff ef 8f 0f sthh\.w pc\[pc\],pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 ec bc 3c sthh\.w r12\[r12<<0x3\],r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb e5 b5 25 sthh\.w r5\[r5<<0x2\],r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 e4 84 14 sthh\.w r4\[r4<<0x1\],r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd ee be 1e sthh\.w lr\[lr<<0x1\],lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 ec b6 3d sthh\.w sp\[r6<<0x3\],r1:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 e9 b6 06 sthh\.w r6\[r6\],r9:t,r9:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 eb 93 0a sthh\.w r10\[r3\],r0:b,r11:t
++
++[0-9a-f]* <sthh_w1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff ef c0 0f sthh\.w pc\[0x0\],pc:b,pc:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 ec ff fc sthh\.w r12\[0x3fc\],r12:t,r12:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb e5 f8 05 sthh\.w r5\[0x200\],r5:t,r5:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 e4 c7 f4 sthh\.w r4\[0x1fc\],r4:b,r4:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd ee f0 1e sthh\.w lr\[0x4\],lr:t,lr:t
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 e0 e6 54 sthh\.w r4\[0x194\],r9:t,r0:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 ea e5 78 sthh\.w r8\[0x15c\],r2:t,r10:b
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 e2 c2 bd sthh\.w sp\[0xac\],r9:b,r2:b
++
++[0-9a-f]* <cop>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 00 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e7 af ff ff cop cp7,cr15,cr15,cr15,0x7f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 a8 75 55 cop cp3,cr5,cr5,cr5,0x31
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e3 a8 44 44 cop cp2,cr4,cr4,cr4,0x30
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 ad a8 37 cop cp5,cr8,cr3,cr7,0x5a
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldc_w1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 a0 00 00 ldc\.w cp0,cr0,r0\[0x0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 af ef ff ldc\.w cp7,cr15,pc\[0x3fc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 a5 65 80 ldc\.w cp3,cr5,r5\[0x200\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 a4 44 7f ldc\.w cp2,cr4,r4\[0x1fc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 ad 89 24 ldc\.w cp4,cr9,sp\[0x90\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldc_w2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 00 40 ldc\.w cp0,cr0,--r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af ef 40 ldc\.w cp7,cr15,--pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a5 65 40 ldc\.w cp3,cr5,--r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a4 44 40 ldc\.w cp2,cr4,--r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ad 89 40 ldc\.w cp4,cr9,--sp
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldc_w3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 10 00 ldc\.w cp0,cr0,r0\[r0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af ff 3f ldc\.w cp7,cr15,pc\[pc<<0x3\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a5 75 24 ldc\.w cp3,cr5,r5\[r4<<0x2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a4 54 13 ldc\.w cp2,cr4,r4\[r3<<0x1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ad 99 0c ldc\.w cp4,cr9,sp\[r12\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldc_d1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 a0 10 00 ldc\.d cp0,cr0,r0\[0x0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 af fe ff ldc\.d cp7,cr14,pc\[0x3fc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 a5 76 80 ldc\.d cp3,cr6,r5\[0x200\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 a4 54 7f ldc\.d cp2,cr4,r4\[0x1fc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 ad 98 24 ldc\.d cp4,cr8,sp\[0x90\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldc_d2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 00 50 ldc\.d cp0,cr0,--r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af ee 50 ldc\.d cp7,cr14,--pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a5 66 50 ldc\.d cp3,cr6,--r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a4 44 50 ldc\.d cp2,cr4,--r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ad 88 50 ldc\.d cp4,cr8,--sp
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldc_d3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 10 40 ldc\.d cp0,cr0,r0\[r0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af fe 7f ldc\.d cp7,cr14,pc\[pc<<0x3\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a5 76 64 ldc\.d cp3,cr6,r5\[r4<<0x2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a4 54 53 ldc\.d cp2,cr4,r4\[r3<<0x1\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ad 98 4c ldc\.d cp4,cr8,sp\[r12\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stc_w1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb a0 00 00 stc\.w cp0,r0\[0x0\],cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb af ef ff stc\.w cp7,pc\[0x3fc\],cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb a5 65 80 stc\.w cp3,r5\[0x200\],cr5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb a4 44 7f stc\.w cp2,r4\[0x1fc\],cr4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb ad 89 24 stc\.w cp4,sp\[0x90\],cr9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stc_w2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 00 60 stc\.w cp0,r0\+\+,cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af ef 60 stc\.w cp7,pc\+\+,cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a5 65 60 stc\.w cp3,r5\+\+,cr5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a4 44 60 stc\.w cp2,r4\+\+,cr4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ad 89 60 stc\.w cp4,sp\+\+,cr9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stc_w3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 10 80 stc\.w cp0,r0\[r0\],cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af ff bf stc\.w cp7,pc\[pc<<0x3\],cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a5 75 a4 stc\.w cp3,r5\[r4<<0x2\],cr5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a4 54 93 stc\.w cp2,r4\[r3<<0x1\],cr4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ad 99 8c stc\.w cp4,sp\[r12\],cr9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stc_d1>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb a0 10 00 stc\.d cp0,r0\[0x0\],cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb af fe ff stc\.d cp7,pc\[0x3fc\],cr14
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb a5 76 80 stc\.d cp3,r5\[0x200\],cr6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb a4 54 7f stc\.d cp2,r4\[0x1fc\],cr4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb ad 98 24 stc\.d cp4,sp\[0x90\],cr8
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stc_d2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 00 70 stc\.d cp0,r0\+\+,cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af ee 70 stc\.d cp7,pc\+\+,cr14
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a5 66 70 stc\.d cp3,r5\+\+,cr6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a4 44 70 stc\.d cp2,r4\+\+,cr4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ad 88 70 stc\.d cp4,sp\+\+,cr8
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stc_d3>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 10 c0 stc\.d cp0,r0\[r0\],cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af fe ff stc\.d cp7,pc\[pc<<0x3\],cr14
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a5 76 e4 stc\.d cp3,r5\[r4<<0x2\],cr6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a4 54 d3 stc\.d cp2,r4\[r3<<0x1\],cr4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ad 98 cc stc\.d cp4,sp\[r12\],cr8
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldc0_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 a0 00 00 ldc0\.w cr0,r0\[0x0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 af ff ff ldc0\.w cr15,pc\[0x3ffc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 a5 85 00 ldc0\.w cr5,r5\[0x2000\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 a4 74 ff ldc0\.w cr4,r4\[0x1ffc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 ad 09 93 ldc0\.w cr9,sp\[0x24c\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldc0_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 a0 00 00 ldc0\.d cr0,r0\[0x0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 af fe ff ldc0\.d cr14,pc\[0x3ffc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 a5 86 00 ldc0\.d cr6,r5\[0x2000\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 a4 74 ff ldc0\.d cr4,r4\[0x1ffc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f3 ad 08 93 ldc0\.d cr8,sp\[0x24c\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stc0_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f5 a0 00 00 stc0\.w r0\[0x0\],cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f5 af ff ff stc0\.w pc\[0x3ffc\],cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f5 a5 85 00 stc0\.w r5\[0x2000\],cr5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f5 a4 74 ff stc0\.w r4\[0x1ffc\],cr4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f5 ad 09 93 stc0\.w sp\[0x24c\],cr9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stc0_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f7 a0 00 00 stc0\.d r0\[0x0\],cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f7 af fe ff stc0\.d pc\[0x3ffc\],cr14
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f7 a5 86 00 stc0\.d r5\[0x2000\],cr6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f7 a4 74 ff stc0\.d r4\[0x1ffc\],cr4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f7 ad 08 93 stc0\.d sp\[0x24c\],cr8
++
++[0-9a-f]* <memc>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 10 00 00 memc 0,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 1f ff ff memc -4,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 18 40 00 memc -65536,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f6 17 bf ff memc 65532,0xf
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mems>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 10 00 00 mems 0,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 1f ff ff mems -4,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 18 40 00 mems -65536,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f8 17 bf ff mems 65532,0xf
++
++[0-9a-f]* <memt>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 10 00 00 memt 0,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 1f ff ff memt -4,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 18 40 00 memt -65536,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fa 17 bf ff memt 65532,0xf
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stcond>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 70 00 00 stcond r0\[0\],r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff 7f ff ff stcond pc\[-1\],pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 77 80 00 stcond r8\[-32768\],r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef 78 7f ff stcond r7\[32767\],r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb 7a 12 34 stcond r5\[4660\],r10
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldcm_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed af 00 ff ldcm\.w cp0,pc,cr0-cr7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a0 e0 01 ldcm\.w cp7,r0,cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a4 90 7f ldcm\.w cp4,r4\+\+,cr0-cr6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a7 60 80 ldcm\.w cp3,r7,cr7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed ac 30 72 ldcm\.w cp1,r12\+\+,cr1,cr4-cr6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed af 01 ff ldcm\.w cp0,pc,cr8-cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a0 e1 01 ldcm\.w cp7,r0,cr8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a4 91 7f ldcm\.w cp4,r4\+\+,cr8-cr14
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a7 61 80 ldcm\.w cp3,r7,cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed ac 31 72 ldcm\.w cp1,r12\+\+,cr9,cr12-cr14
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldcm_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed af 04 ff ldcm\.d cp0,pc,cr0-cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a0 e4 01 ldcm\.d cp7,r0,cr0-cr1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a4 94 7f ldcm\.d cp4,r4\+\+,cr0-cr13
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a7 64 80 ldcm\.d cp3,r7,cr14-cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed ac 54 93 ldcm\.d cp2,r12\+\+,cr0-cr3,cr8-cr9,cr14-cr15
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stcm_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed af 02 ff stcm\.w cp0,pc,cr0-cr7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a0 e2 01 stcm\.w cp7,r0,cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a4 92 7f stcm\.w cp4,--r4,cr0-cr6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a7 62 80 stcm\.w cp3,r7,cr7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed ac 32 72 stcm\.w cp1,--r12,cr1,cr4-cr6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed af 03 ff stcm\.w cp0,pc,cr8-cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a0 e3 01 stcm\.w cp7,r0,cr8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a4 93 7f stcm\.w cp4,--r4,cr8-cr14
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a7 63 80 stcm\.w cp3,r7,cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed ac 33 72 stcm\.w cp1,--r12,cr9,cr12-cr14
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stcm_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed af 05 ff stcm\.d cp0,pc,cr0-cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a0 e5 01 stcm\.d cp7,r0,cr0-cr1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a4 95 7f stcm\.d cp4,--r4,cr0-cr13
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a7 65 80 stcm\.d cp3,r7,cr14-cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed ac 55 93 stcm\.d cp2,--r12,cr0-cr3,cr8-cr9,cr14-cr15
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mvcr_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af ef 00 mvcr\.w cp7,pc,cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 00 00 mvcr\.w cp0,r0,cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af 0f 00 mvcr\.w cp0,pc,cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 ef 00 mvcr\.w cp7,r0,cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af e0 00 mvcr\.w cp7,pc,cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a7 88 00 mvcr\.w cp4,r7,cr8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a8 67 00 mvcr\.w cp3,r8,cr7
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mvcr_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ae ee 10 mvcr\.d cp7,lr,cr14
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 00 10 mvcr\.d cp0,r0,cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ae 0e 10 mvcr\.d cp0,lr,cr14
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 ee 10 mvcr\.d cp7,r0,cr14
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ae e0 10 mvcr\.d cp7,lr,cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a6 88 10 mvcr\.d cp4,r6,cr8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a8 66 10 mvcr\.d cp3,r8,cr6
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mvrc_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af ef 20 mvrc\.w cp7,cr15,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 00 20 mvrc\.w cp0,cr0,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af 0f 20 mvrc\.w cp0,cr15,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 ef 20 mvrc\.w cp7,cr15,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af e0 20 mvrc\.w cp7,cr0,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a7 88 20 mvrc\.w cp4,cr8,r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a8 67 20 mvrc\.w cp3,cr7,r8
++
++[0-9a-f]* <mvrc_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ae ee 30 mvrc\.d cp7,cr14,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 00 30 mvrc\.d cp0,cr0,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ae 0e 30 mvrc\.d cp0,cr14,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 ee 30 mvrc\.d cp7,cr14,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ae e0 30 mvrc\.d cp7,cr0,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a6 88 30 mvrc\.d cp4,cr8,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a8 66 30 mvrc\.d cp3,cr6,r8
++
++[0-9a-f]* <bfexts>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df b3 ff bfexts pc,pc,0x1f,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 d0 b0 00 bfexts r0,r0,0x0,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 df b3 ff bfexts r0,pc,0x1f,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff d0 b3 ff bfexts pc,r0,0x1f,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df b0 1f bfexts pc,pc,0x0,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df b3 e0 bfexts pc,pc,0x1f,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef d8 b1 f0 bfexts r7,r8,0xf,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 d7 b2 0f bfexts r8,r7,0x10,0xf
++
++[0-9a-f]* <bfextu>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df c3 ff bfextu pc,pc,0x1f,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 d0 c0 00 bfextu r0,r0,0x0,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 df c3 ff bfextu r0,pc,0x1f,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff d0 c3 ff bfextu pc,r0,0x1f,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df c0 1f bfextu pc,pc,0x0,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df c3 e0 bfextu pc,pc,0x1f,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef d8 c1 f0 bfextu r7,r8,0xf,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 d7 c2 0f bfextu r8,r7,0x10,0xf
++
++[0-9a-f]* <bfins>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df d3 ff bfins pc,pc,0x1f,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 d0 d0 00 bfins r0,r0,0x0,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 df d3 ff bfins r0,pc,0x1f,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff d0 d3 ff bfins pc,r0,0x1f,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df d0 1f bfins pc,pc,0x0,0x1f
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df d3 e0 bfins pc,pc,0x1f,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef d8 d1 f0 bfins r7,r8,0xf,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 d7 d2 0f bfins r8,r7,0x10,0xf
++
++[0-9a-f]* <rsubc>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fb bf 00 00 rsubeq pc,0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fb bc 0f ff rsubal r12,-1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fb b5 08 80 rsubls r5,-128
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fb b4 07 7f rsubpl r4,127
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fb be 01 01 rsubne lr,1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fb bc 08 76 rsubls r12,118
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fb be 0d f4 rsubvc lr,-12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fb b4 06 f3 rsubmi r4,-13
++
++[0-9a-f]* <addc>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df e0 0f addeq pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 dc ef 0c addal r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb d5 e8 05 addls r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 d4 e7 04 addpl r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd de e1 0e addne lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 d1 e8 0a addls r10,r2,r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 db ed 0c addvc r12,r8,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef d0 e6 0a addmi r10,r7,r0
++
++[0-9a-f]* <subc2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df e0 1f subeq pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 dc ef 1c subal r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb d5 e8 15 subls r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 d4 e7 14 subpl r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd de e1 1e subne lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 d1 e8 1a subls r10,r2,r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 db ed 1c subvc r12,r8,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef d0 e6 1a submi r10,r7,r0
++
++[0-9a-f]* <andc>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df e0 2f andeq pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 dc ef 2c andal r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb d5 e8 25 andls r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 d4 e7 24 andpl r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd de e1 2e andne lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 d1 e8 2a andls r10,r2,r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 db ed 2c andvc r12,r8,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef d0 e6 2a andmi r10,r7,r0
++
++[0-9a-f]* <orc>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df e0 3f oreq pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 dc ef 3c oral r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb d5 e8 35 orls r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 d4 e7 34 orpl r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd de e1 3e orne lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 d1 e8 3a orls r10,r2,r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 db ed 3c orvc r12,r8,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef d0 e6 3a ormi r10,r7,r0
++
++[0-9a-f]* <eorc>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff df e0 4f eoreq pc,pc,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 dc ef 4c eoral r12,r12,r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb d5 e8 45 eorls r5,r5,r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 d4 e7 44 eorpl r4,r4,r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd de e1 4e eorne lr,lr,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 d1 e8 4a eorls r10,r2,r1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 db ed 4c eorvc r12,r8,r11
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef d0 e6 4a eormi r10,r7,r0
++
++[0-9a-f]* <ldcond>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff ff 01 ff ld.weq pc,pc[0x7fc]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 fc f3 ff ld.shal r12,r12[0x3fe]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb f5 84 00 ld.shls r5,r5[0x0]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 f4 79 ff ld.ubpl r4,r4[0x1ff]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd fe 16 00 ld.sbne lr,lr[0x0]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 fa 80 00 ld.wls r10,r2[0x0]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 fc d3 ff ld.shvc r12,r8[0x3fe]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef fa 68 01 ld.ubmi r10,r7[0x1]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <stcond2>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ff ff 0b ff st.weq pc[0x7fc],pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f9 fc fd ff st.hal r12[0x3fe],r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb f5 8c 00 st.hls r5[0x0],r5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 f4 7f ff st.bpl r4[0x1ff],r4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fd fe 1e 00 st.bne lr[0x0],lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 fa 8a 00 st.wls r2[0x0],r10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: f1 fc dd ff st.hvc r8[0x3fe],r12
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef fa 6e 01 st.bmi r7[0x1],r10
++
++[0-9a-f]* <movh>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 1f ff ff movh pc,0xffff
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 10 00 00 movh r0,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 15 00 01 movh r5,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: fc 1c 7f ff movh r12,0x7fff
++
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/allinsn.exp
+@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
++# AVR32 assembler testsuite. -*- Tcl -*-
++
++if [istarget avr32-*-*] {
++ run_dump_test "allinsn"
++}
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/allinsn.s
+@@ -0,0 +1,3330 @@
++ .data
++foodata: .word 42
++ .text
++footext:
++ .text
++ .global ld_d5
++ld_d5:
++ ld.d lr,pc[pc<<3]
++ ld.d r0,r0[r0<<0]
++ ld.d r6,r5[r5<<2]
++ ld.d r4,r4[r4<<1]
++ ld.d lr,lr[lr<<1]
++ ld.d r10,r3[sp<<2]
++ ld.d r8,r10[r6<<2]
++ ld.d r2,r7[r9<<0]
++ .text
++ .global ld_w5
++ld_w5:
++ ld.w pc,pc[pc<<0]
++ ld.w r12,r12[r12<<3]
++ ld.w r5,r5[r5<<2]
++ ld.w r4,r4[r4<<1]
++ ld.w lr,lr[lr<<1]
++ ld.w r2,r9[r9<<0]
++ ld.w r11,r2[r6<<0]
++ ld.w r0,r2[sp<<3]
++ .text
++ .global ld_sh5
++ld_sh5:
++ ld.sh pc,pc[pc<<0]
++ ld.sh r12,r12[r12<<3]
++ ld.sh r5,r5[r5<<2]
++ ld.sh r4,r4[r4<<1]
++ ld.sh lr,lr[lr<<1]
++ ld.sh r11,r0[pc<<2]
++ ld.sh r10,sp[r6<<2]
++ ld.sh r12,r2[r2<<0]
++ .text
++ .global ld_uh5
++ld_uh5:
++ ld.uh pc,pc[pc<<0]
++ ld.uh r12,r12[r12<<3]
++ ld.uh r5,r5[r5<<2]
++ ld.uh r4,r4[r4<<1]
++ ld.uh lr,lr[lr<<1]
++ ld.uh r8,pc[lr<<3]
++ ld.uh r6,r1[pc<<1]
++ ld.uh r6,lr[sp<<1]
++ .text
++ .global ld_sb2
++ld_sb2:
++ ld.sb pc,pc[pc<<0]
++ ld.sb r12,r12[r12<<3]
++ ld.sb r5,r5[r5<<2]
++ ld.sb r4,r4[r4<<1]
++ ld.sb lr,lr[lr<<1]
++ ld.sb r9,r1[pc<<3]
++ ld.sb r0,r3[r11<<1]
++ ld.sb r10,r5[r5<<1]
++ .text
++ .global ld_ub5
++ld_ub5:
++ ld.ub pc,pc[pc<<0]
++ ld.ub r12,r12[r12<<3]
++ ld.ub r5,r5[r5<<2]
++ ld.ub r4,r4[r4<<1]
++ ld.ub lr,lr[lr<<1]
++ ld.ub r6,r12[r7<<3]
++ ld.ub r2,r6[r12<<0]
++ ld.ub r0,r7[r11<<1]
++ .text
++ .global st_d5
++st_d5:
++ st.d pc[pc<<0],r14
++ st.d r12[r12<<3],r12
++ st.d r5[r5<<2],r6
++ st.d r4[r4<<1],r4
++ st.d lr[lr<<1],lr
++ st.d r1[r9<<1],r4
++ st.d r10[r2<<1],r4
++ st.d r12[r6<<0],lr
++ .text
++ .global st_w5
++st_w5:
++ st.w pc[pc<<0],pc
++ st.w r12[r12<<3],r12
++ st.w r5[r5<<2],r5
++ st.w r4[r4<<1],r4
++ st.w lr[lr<<1],lr
++ st.w r1[r10<<0],r3
++ st.w r0[r10<<1],r9
++ st.w r4[r5<<3],pc
++ .text
++ .global st_h5
++st_h5:
++ st.h pc[pc<<0],pc
++ st.h r12[r12<<3],r12
++ st.h r5[r5<<2],r5
++ st.h r4[r4<<1],r4
++ st.h lr[lr<<1],lr
++ st.h r2[r9<<0],r11
++ st.h r5[r1<<2],r12
++ st.h pc[r8<<2],r3
++ .text
++ .global st_b5
++st_b5:
++ st.b pc[pc<<0],pc
++ st.b r12[r12<<3],r12
++ st.b r5[r5<<2],r5
++ st.b r4[r4<<1],r4
++ st.b lr[lr<<1],lr
++ st.b r1[r8<<1],r6
++ st.b lr[lr<<3],r1
++ st.b r5[r0<<2],pc
++ .text
++ .global divs
++divs:
++ divs pc,pc,pc
++ divs r12,r12,r12
++ divs r5,r5,r5
++ divs r4,r4,r4
++ divs lr,lr,lr
++ divs r3,pc,pc
++ divs r9,r12,r2
++ divs r7,r4,r1
++ .text
++ .global add1
++add1:
++ add pc,pc
++ add r12,r12
++ add r5,r5
++ add r4,r4
++ add lr,lr
++ add r12,r9
++ add r6,r3
++ add r10,r12
++ .text
++ .global sub1
++sub1:
++ sub pc,pc
++ sub r12,r12
++ sub r5,r5
++ sub r4,r4
++ sub lr,lr
++ sub lr,r6
++ sub r0,sp
++ sub r6,r12
++ .text
++ .global rsub1
++rsub1:
++ rsub pc,pc
++ rsub r12,r12
++ rsub r5,r5
++ rsub r4,r4
++ rsub lr,lr
++ rsub r11,sp
++ rsub r7,r4
++ rsub r9,r1
++ .text
++ .global cp1
++cp1:
++ cp pc,pc
++ cp r12,r12
++ cp r5,r5
++ cp r4,r4
++ cp lr,lr
++ cp r6,r2
++ cp r0,r9
++ cp r3,sp
++ .text
++ .global or1
++or1:
++ or pc,pc
++ or r12,r12
++ or r5,r5
++ or r4,r4
++ or lr,lr
++ or r4,r9
++ or r11,r4
++ or r4,r0
++ .text
++ .global eor1
++eor1:
++ eor pc,pc
++ eor r12,r12
++ eor r5,r5
++ eor r4,r4
++ eor lr,lr
++ eor r12,r11
++ eor r0,r1
++ eor r5,pc
++ .text
++ .global and1
++and1:
++ and pc,pc
++ and r12,r12
++ and r5,r5
++ and r4,r4
++ and lr,lr
++ and r8,r1
++ and r0,sp
++ and r10,r5
++ .text
++ .global tst
++tst:
++ tst pc,pc
++ tst r12,r12
++ tst r5,r5
++ tst r4,r4
++ tst lr,lr
++ tst r0,r12
++ tst r10,r6
++ tst sp,r4
++ .text
++ .global andn
++andn:
++ andn pc,pc
++ andn r12,r12
++ andn r5,r5
++ andn r4,r4
++ andn lr,lr
++ andn r9,r12
++ andn r11,sp
++ andn r12,r5
++ .text
++ .global mov3
++mov3:
++ mov pc,pc
++ mov r12,r12
++ mov r5,r5
++ mov r4,r4
++ mov lr,lr
++ mov r5,r9
++ mov r11,r11
++ mov r2,lr
++ .text
++ .global st_w1
++st_w1:
++ st.w pc++,pc
++ st.w r12++,r12
++ st.w r5++,r5
++ st.w r4++,r4
++ st.w lr++,lr
++ st.w r1++,r11
++ st.w sp++,r0
++ st.w sp++,r1
++ .text
++ .global st_h1
++st_h1:
++ st.h pc++,pc
++ st.h r12++,r12
++ st.h r5++,r5
++ st.h r4++,r4
++ st.h lr++,lr
++ st.h r12++,sp
++ st.h r7++,lr
++ st.h r7++,r4
++ .text
++ .global st_b1
++st_b1:
++ st.b pc++,pc
++ st.b r12++,r12
++ st.b r5++,r5
++ st.b r4++,r4
++ st.b lr++,lr
++ st.b r9++,sp
++ st.b r1++,sp
++ st.b r0++,r4
++ .text
++ .global st_w2
++st_w2:
++ st.w --pc,pc
++ st.w --r12,r12
++ st.w --r5,r5
++ st.w --r4,r4
++ st.w --lr,lr
++ st.w --r1,r7
++ st.w --r3,r9
++ st.w --r5,r5
++ .text
++ .global st_h2
++st_h2:
++ st.h --pc,pc
++ st.h --r12,r12
++ st.h --r5,r5
++ st.h --r4,r4
++ st.h --lr,lr
++ st.h --r5,r7
++ st.h --r8,r8
++ st.h --r7,r2
++ .text
++ .global st_b2
++st_b2:
++ st.b --pc,pc
++ st.b --r12,r12
++ st.b --r5,r5
++ st.b --r4,r4
++ st.b --lr,lr
++ st.b --sp,sp
++ st.b --sp,r11
++ st.b --r4,r5
++ .text
++ .global ld_w1
++ld_w1:
++ ld.w pc,pc++
++ ld.w r12,r12++
++ ld.w r5,r5++
++ ld.w r4,r4++
++ ld.w lr,lr++
++ ld.w r3,r7++
++ ld.w r3,lr++
++ ld.w r12,r5++
++ .text
++ .global ld_sh1
++ld_sh1:
++ ld.sh pc,pc++
++ ld.sh r12,r12++
++ ld.sh r5,r5++
++ ld.sh r4,r4++
++ ld.sh lr,lr++
++ ld.sh r11,r2++
++ ld.sh r2,r8++
++ ld.sh r7,r6++
++ .text
++ .global ld_uh1
++ld_uh1:
++ ld.uh pc,pc++
++ ld.uh r12,r12++
++ ld.uh r5,r5++
++ ld.uh r4,r4++
++ ld.uh lr,lr++
++ ld.uh r6,r7++
++ ld.uh r10,r11++
++ ld.uh lr,r4++
++ .text
++ .global ld_ub1
++ld_ub1:
++ ld.ub pc,pc++
++ ld.ub r12,r12++
++ ld.ub r5,r5++
++ ld.ub r4,r4++
++ ld.ub lr,lr++
++ ld.ub r8,lr++
++ ld.ub r12,r12++
++ ld.ub r11,r10++
++ .text
++ .global ld_w2
++ld_w2:
++ ld.w pc,--pc
++ ld.w r12,--r12
++ ld.w r5,--r5
++ ld.w r4,--r4
++ ld.w lr,--lr
++ ld.w r10,--lr
++ ld.w r12,--r9
++ ld.w r6,--r5
++ .text
++ .global ld_sh2
++ld_sh2:
++ ld.sh pc,--pc
++ ld.sh r12,--r12
++ ld.sh r5,--r5
++ ld.sh r4,--r4
++ ld.sh lr,--lr
++ ld.sh pc,--r10
++ ld.sh r6,--r3
++ ld.sh r4,--r6
++ .text
++ .global ld_uh2
++ld_uh2:
++ ld.uh pc,--pc
++ ld.uh r12,--r12
++ ld.uh r5,--r5
++ ld.uh r4,--r4
++ ld.uh lr,--lr
++ ld.uh r3,--r2
++ ld.uh r1,--r0
++ ld.uh r2,--r9
++ .text
++ .global ld_ub2
++ld_ub2:
++ ld.ub pc,--pc
++ ld.ub r12,--r12
++ ld.ub r5,--r5
++ ld.ub r4,--r4
++ ld.ub lr,--lr
++ ld.ub r1,--r1
++ ld.ub r0,--r6
++ ld.ub r2,--r7
++ .text
++ .global ld_ub3
++ld_ub3:
++ ld.ub pc,pc[0]
++ ld.ub r12,r12[7]
++ ld.ub r5,r5[4]
++ ld.ub r4,r4[3]
++ ld.ub lr,lr[1]
++ ld.ub r6,r9[6]
++ ld.ub r2,lr[4]
++ ld.ub r1,r8[0]
++ .text
++ .global sub3_sp
++sub3_sp:
++ sub sp,0
++ sub sp,-4
++ sub sp,-512
++ sub sp,508
++ sub sp,4
++ sub sp,44
++ sub sp,8
++ sub sp,348
++ .text
++ .global sub3
++sub3:
++ sub pc,0
++ sub r12,-1
++ sub r5,-128
++ sub r4,127
++ sub lr,1
++ sub r6,-41
++ sub r4,37
++ sub r12,56
++ .text
++ .global mov1
++mov1:
++ mov pc,0
++ mov r12,-1
++ mov r5,-128
++ mov r4,127
++ mov lr,1
++ mov pc,14
++ mov r6,-100
++ mov lr,-122
++ .text
++ .global lddsp
++lddsp:
++ lddsp pc,sp[0]
++ lddsp r12,sp[508]
++ lddsp r5,sp[256]
++ lddsp r4,sp[252]
++ lddsp lr,sp[4]
++ lddsp lr,sp[256]
++ lddsp r12,sp[20]
++ lddsp r9,sp[472]
++ .text
++ .global lddpc
++lddpc:
++ lddpc pc,pc[0]
++ lddpc r0,pc[508]
++ lddpc r8,pc[256]
++ lddpc r7,pc[252]
++ lddpc lr,pc[4]
++ lddpc sp,pc[472]
++ lddpc r6,pc[120]
++ lddpc r11,pc[28]
++ .text
++ .global stdsp
++stdsp:
++ stdsp sp[0],pc
++ stdsp sp[508],r12
++ stdsp sp[256],r5
++ stdsp sp[252],r4
++ stdsp sp[4],lr
++ stdsp sp[304],pc
++ stdsp sp[256],r0
++ stdsp sp[336],r5
++ .text
++ .global cp2
++cp2:
++ cp pc,0
++ cp r12,-1
++ cp r5,-32
++ cp r4,31
++ cp lr,1
++ cp r8,3
++ cp lr,16
++ cp r7,-26
++ .text
++ .global acr
++acr:
++ acr pc
++ acr r12
++ acr r5
++ acr r4
++ acr lr
++ acr r2
++ acr r12
++ acr pc
++ .text
++ .global scr
++scr:
++ scr pc
++ scr r12
++ scr r5
++ scr r4
++ scr lr
++ scr pc
++ scr r6
++ scr r1
++ .text
++ .global cpc0
++cpc0:
++ cpc pc
++ cpc r12
++ cpc r5
++ cpc r4
++ cpc lr
++ cpc pc
++ cpc r4
++ cpc r9
++ .text
++ .global neg
++neg:
++ neg pc
++ neg r12
++ neg r5
++ neg r4
++ neg lr
++ neg r7
++ neg r1
++ neg r9
++ .text
++ .global abs
++abs:
++ abs pc
++ abs r12
++ abs r5
++ abs r4
++ abs lr
++ abs r6
++ abs r6
++ abs r4
++ .text
++ .global castu_b
++castu_b:
++ castu.b pc
++ castu.b r12
++ castu.b r5
++ castu.b r4
++ castu.b lr
++ castu.b r7
++ castu.b sp
++ castu.b r9
++ .text
++ .global casts_b
++casts_b:
++ casts.b pc
++ casts.b r12
++ casts.b r5
++ casts.b r4
++ casts.b lr
++ casts.b r11
++ casts.b r1
++ casts.b r10
++ .text
++ .global castu_h
++castu_h:
++ castu.h pc
++ castu.h r12
++ castu.h r5
++ castu.h r4
++ castu.h lr
++ castu.h r10
++ castu.h r11
++ castu.h r1
++ .text
++ .global casts_h
++casts_h:
++ casts.h pc
++ casts.h r12
++ casts.h r5
++ casts.h r4
++ casts.h lr
++ casts.h r0
++ casts.h r5
++ casts.h r9
++ .text
++ .global brev
++brev:
++ brev pc
++ brev r12
++ brev r5
++ brev r4
++ brev lr
++ brev r5
++ brev r10
++ brev r8
++ .text
++ .global swap_h
++swap_h:
++ swap.h pc
++ swap.h r12
++ swap.h r5
++ swap.h r4
++ swap.h lr
++ swap.h r7
++ swap.h r0
++ swap.h r8
++ .text
++ .global swap_b
++swap_b:
++ swap.b pc
++ swap.b r12
++ swap.b r5
++ swap.b r4
++ swap.b lr
++ swap.b r10
++ swap.b r12
++ swap.b r1
++ .text
++ .global swap_bh
++swap_bh:
++ swap.bh pc
++ swap.bh r12
++ swap.bh r5
++ swap.bh r4
++ swap.bh lr
++ swap.bh r9
++ swap.bh r4
++ swap.bh r1
++ .text
++ .global One_s_compliment
++One_s_compliment:
++ com pc
++ com r12
++ com r5
++ com r4
++ com lr
++ com r2
++ com r2
++ com r7
++ .text
++ .global tnbz
++tnbz:
++ tnbz pc
++ tnbz r12
++ tnbz r5
++ tnbz r4
++ tnbz lr
++ tnbz r8
++ tnbz r12
++ tnbz pc
++ .text
++ .global rol
++rol:
++ rol pc
++ rol r12
++ rol r5
++ rol r4
++ rol lr
++ rol r10
++ rol r9
++ rol r5
++ .text
++ .global ror
++ror:
++ ror pc
++ ror r12
++ ror r5
++ ror r4
++ ror lr
++ ror r8
++ ror r4
++ ror r7
++ .text
++ .global icall
++icall:
++ icall pc
++ icall r12
++ icall r5
++ icall r4
++ icall lr
++ icall r3
++ icall r1
++ icall r3
++ .text
++ .global mustr
++mustr:
++ mustr pc
++ mustr r12
++ mustr r5
++ mustr r4
++ mustr lr
++ mustr r1
++ mustr r4
++ mustr r12
++ .text
++ .global musfr
++musfr:
++ musfr pc
++ musfr r12
++ musfr r5
++ musfr r4
++ musfr lr
++ musfr r11
++ musfr r12
++ musfr r2
++ .text
++ .global ret_cond
++ret_cond:
++ reteq pc
++ retal r12
++ retls r5
++ retpl r4
++ retne lr
++ retgt r0
++ retgt r12
++ retge r10
++ .text
++ .global sr_cond
++sr_cond:
++ sreq pc
++ sral r12
++ srls r5
++ srpl r4
++ srne lr
++ srlt r0
++ sral sp
++ srge r9
++ .text
++ .global ld_w3
++ld_w3:
++ ld.w pc,pc[0]
++ ld.w r12,r12[124]
++ ld.w r5,r5[64]
++ ld.w r4,r4[60]
++ ld.w lr,lr[4]
++ ld.w sp,r2[52]
++ ld.w r9,r1[8]
++ ld.w r5,sp[60]
++ .text
++ .global ld_sh3
++ld_sh3:
++ ld.sh pc,pc[0]
++ ld.sh r12,r12[14]
++ ld.sh r5,r5[8]
++ ld.sh r4,r4[6]
++ ld.sh lr,lr[2]
++ ld.sh r4,r2[8]
++ ld.sh sp,lr[10]
++ ld.sh r2,r11[2]
++ .text
++ .global ld_uh3
++ld_uh3:
++ ld.uh pc,pc[0]
++ ld.uh r12,r12[14]
++ ld.uh r5,r5[8]
++ ld.uh r4,r4[6]
++ ld.uh lr,lr[2]
++ ld.uh r10,r0[10]
++ ld.uh r8,r11[8]
++ ld.uh r10,r2[12]
++ .text
++ .global st_w3
++st_w3:
++ st.w pc[0],pc
++ st.w r12[60],r12
++ st.w r5[32],r5
++ st.w r4[28],r4
++ st.w lr[4],lr
++ st.w r7[44],r11
++ st.w r2[24],r6
++ st.w r4[12],r9
++ .text
++ .global st_h3
++st_h3:
++ st.h pc[0],pc
++ st.h r12[14],r12
++ st.h r5[8],r5
++ st.h r4[6],r4
++ st.h lr[2],lr
++ st.h lr[10],r12
++ st.h r6[4],r0
++ st.h r5[12],sp
++ .text
++ .global st_b3
++st_b3:
++ st.b pc[0],pc
++ st.b r12[7],r12
++ st.b r5[4],r5
++ st.b r4[3],r4
++ st.b lr[1],lr
++ st.b r12[6],r9
++ st.b r2[3],lr
++ st.b r1[3],r11
++ .text
++ .global ldd
++ldd:
++ ld.d r0,pc
++ ld.d r14,r12
++ ld.d r8,r5
++ ld.d r6,r4
++ ld.d r2,lr
++ ld.d r14,r7
++ ld.d r4,r4
++ ld.d r14,pc
++ .text
++ .global ldd_postinc
++ldd_postinc:
++ ld.d r0,pc++
++ ld.d r14,r12++
++ ld.d r8,r5++
++ ld.d r6,r4++
++ ld.d r2,lr++
++ ld.d r14,r5++
++ ld.d r12,r11++
++ ld.d r2,r12++
++ .text
++ .global ldd_predec
++ldd_predec:
++ ld.d r0,--pc
++ ld.d r14,--r12
++ ld.d r8,--r5
++ ld.d r6,--r4
++ ld.d r2,--lr
++ ld.d r8,--r0
++ ld.d r10,--pc
++ ld.d r2,--r4
++ .text
++ .global std
++std:
++ st.d pc,r0
++ st.d r12,r14
++ st.d r5,r8
++ st.d r4,r6
++ st.d lr,r2
++ st.d r0,r12
++ st.d sp,r4
++ st.d r12,r12
++ .text
++ .global std_postinc
++std_postinc:
++ st.d pc++,r0
++ st.d r12++,r14
++ st.d r5++,r8
++ st.d r4++,r6
++ st.d lr++,r2
++ st.d sp++,r6
++ st.d r10++,r6
++ st.d r7++,r2
++ .text
++ .global std_predec
++std_predec:
++ st.d --pc,r0
++ st.d --r12,r14
++ st.d --r5,r8
++ st.d --r4,r6
++ st.d --lr,r2
++ st.d --r3,r6
++ st.d --lr,r2
++ st.d --r0,r4
++ .text
++ .global mul
++mul:
++ mul pc,pc
++ mul r12,r12
++ mul r5,r5
++ mul r4,r4
++ mul lr,lr
++ mul r10,lr
++ mul r0,r8
++ mul r8,r5
++ .text
++ .global asr_imm5
++asr_imm5:
++ asr pc,0
++ asr r12,31
++ asr r5,16
++ asr r4,15
++ asr lr,1
++ asr r6,23
++ asr r6,18
++ asr r5,8
++ .text
++ .global lsl_imm5
++lsl_imm5:
++ lsl pc,0
++ lsl r12,31
++ lsl r5,16
++ lsl r4,15
++ lsl lr,1
++ lsl r12,13
++ lsl r6,16
++ lsl r1,25
++ .text
++ .global lsr_imm5
++lsr_imm5:
++ lsr pc,0
++ lsr r12,31
++ lsr r5,16
++ lsr r4,15
++ lsr lr,1
++ lsr r0,1
++ lsr r8,10
++ lsr r7,26
++ .text
++ .global sbr
++sbr:
++ sbr pc,0
++ sbr r12,31
++ sbr r5,16
++ sbr r4,15
++ sbr lr,1
++ sbr r8,31
++ sbr r6,22
++ sbr r1,23
++ .text
++ .global cbr
++cbr:
++ cbr pc,0
++ cbr r12,31
++ cbr r5,16
++ cbr r4,15
++ cbr lr,1
++ cbr r12,10
++ cbr r7,22
++ cbr r8,9
++ .text
++ .global brc1
++brc1:
++ breq 0
++ brpl -2
++ brge -256
++ brcs 254
++ brne 2
++ brcs 230
++ breq -18
++ breq 12
++ .text
++ .global rjmp
++rjmp:
++ rjmp 0
++ rjmp -2
++ rjmp -1024
++ rjmp 1022
++ rjmp 2
++ rjmp -962
++ rjmp 14
++ rjmp -516
++ .text
++ .global rcall1
++rcall1:
++ rcall 0
++ rcall -2
++ rcall -1024
++ rcall 1022
++ rcall 2
++ rcall 216
++ rcall -530
++ rcall -972
++ .text
++ .global acall
++acall:
++ acall 0
++ acall 1020
++ acall 512
++ acall 508
++ acall 4
++ acall 356
++ acall 304
++ acall 172
++ .text
++ .global scall
++scall:
++ scall
++ scall
++ scall
++ scall
++ scall
++ scall
++ scall
++ scall
++ .text
++ .global popm
++popm:
++ /* popm with no argument fails currently */
++ popm pc
++ popm r0-r11,pc,r12=-1
++ popm lr
++ popm r0-r11,pc,r12=1
++ popm r0-r3
++ popm r4-r10,pc
++ popm r0-r3,r11,pc,r12=0
++ popm r0-r7,r10-r12,lr
++ .text
++ .global pushm
++pushm:
++ pushm pc
++ pushm r0-r12,lr,pc
++ pushm pc
++ pushm r0-r12,lr
++ pushm r0-r3
++ pushm r8-r10,lr,pc
++ pushm r0-r3,r10
++ pushm r8-r9,r12
++ .text
++ .global popm_n
++popm_n:
++ popm pc
++ popm r0-r11,pc,r12=-1
++ popm lr
++ popm r0-r11,pc,r12=1
++ popm r0-r3
++ popm r4-r10,pc
++ popm r0-r3,r11,pc,r12=0
++ popm r0-r7,r10-r12,lr
++ .text
++ .global pushm_n
++pushm_n:
++ pushm pc
++ pushm r0-r12,lr,pc
++ pushm pc
++ pushm r0-r12,lr
++ pushm r0-r3
++ pushm r8-r10,lr,pc
++ pushm r0-r3,r10
++ pushm r8-r9,r12
++ .text
++ .global csrfcz
++csrfcz:
++ csrfcz 0
++ csrfcz 31
++ csrfcz 16
++ csrfcz 15
++ csrfcz 1
++ csrfcz 5
++ csrfcz 13
++ csrfcz 23
++ .text
++ .global ssrf
++ssrf:
++ ssrf 0
++ ssrf 31
++ ssrf 16
++ ssrf 15
++ ssrf 1
++ ssrf 29
++ ssrf 13
++ ssrf 13
++ .text
++ .global csrf
++csrf:
++ csrf 0
++ csrf 31
++ csrf 16
++ csrf 15
++ csrf 1
++ csrf 10
++ csrf 15
++ csrf 11
++ .text
++ .global rete
++rete:
++ rete
++ .text
++ .global rets
++rets:
++ rets
++ .text
++ .global retd
++retd:
++ retd
++ .text
++ .global retj
++retj:
++ retj
++ .text
++ .global tlbr
++tlbr:
++ tlbr
++ .text
++ .global tlbs
++tlbs:
++ tlbs
++ .text
++ .global tlbw
++tlbw:
++ tlbw
++ .text
++ .global breakpoint
++breakpoint:
++ breakpoint
++ .text
++ .global incjosp
++incjosp:
++ incjosp 1
++ incjosp 2
++ incjosp 3
++ incjosp 4
++ incjosp -4
++ incjosp -3
++ incjosp -2
++ incjosp -1
++ .text
++ .global nop
++nop:
++ nop
++ .text
++ .global popjc
++popjc:
++ popjc
++ .text
++ .global pushjc
++pushjc:
++ pushjc
++ .text
++ .global add2
++add2:
++ add pc,pc,pc<<0
++ add r12,r12,r12<<3
++ add r5,r5,r5<<2
++ add r4,r4,r4<<1
++ add lr,lr,lr<<1
++ add r0,r12,r0<<1
++ add r9,r12,r4<<0
++ add r12,r12,r7<<2
++ .text
++ .global sub2
++sub2:
++ sub pc,pc,pc<<0
++ sub r12,r12,r12<<3
++ sub r5,r5,r5<<2
++ sub r4,r4,r4<<1
++ sub lr,lr,lr<<1
++ sub sp,r3,r4<<0
++ sub r3,r7,r3<<0
++ sub sp,r10,sp<<1
++ .text
++ .global divu
++divu:
++ divu pc,pc,pc
++ divu r12,r12,r12
++ divu r5,r5,r5
++ divu r4,r4,r4
++ divu lr,lr,lr
++ divu sp,r4,pc
++ divu r5,r5,sp
++ divu r10,sp,r0
++ .text
++ .global addhh_w
++addhh_w:
++ addhh.w pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ addhh.w r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ addhh.w r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ addhh.w r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ addhh.w lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ addhh.w r0,r0:b,r3:b
++ addhh.w lr,r12:t,r7:b
++ addhh.w r3,r10:t,r2:b
++ .text
++ .global subhh_w
++subhh_w:
++ subhh.w pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ subhh.w r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ subhh.w r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ subhh.w r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ subhh.w lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ subhh.w r10,r1:t,r7:b
++ subhh.w pc,r10:t,lr:t
++ subhh.w r3,r0:t,r12:b
++ .text
++ .global adc
++adc:
++ adc pc,pc,pc
++ adc r12,r12,r12
++ adc r5,r5,r5
++ adc r4,r4,r4
++ adc lr,lr,lr
++ adc r4,r0,r7
++ adc sp,r4,r3
++ adc r2,r12,r0
++ .text
++ .global sbc
++sbc:
++ sbc pc,pc,pc
++ sbc r12,r12,r12
++ sbc r5,r5,r5
++ sbc r4,r4,r4
++ sbc lr,lr,lr
++ sbc r6,r7,r9
++ sbc r0,r8,r5
++ sbc r1,r0,r4
++ .text
++ .global mul_2
++mul_2:
++ mul pc,pc,pc
++ mul r12,r12,r12
++ mul r5,r5,r5
++ mul r4,r4,r4
++ mul lr,lr,lr
++ mul pc,r0,r0
++ mul r8,pc,lr
++ mul r4,r12,pc
++ .text
++ .global mac
++mac:
++ mac pc,pc,pc
++ mac r12,r12,r12
++ mac r5,r5,r5
++ mac r4,r4,r4
++ mac lr,lr,lr
++ mac r10,r4,r0
++ mac r7,lr,r0
++ mac r2,r9,r12
++ .text
++ .global mulsd
++mulsd:
++ muls.d pc,pc,pc
++ muls.d r12,r12,r12
++ muls.d r5,r5,r5
++ muls.d r4,r4,r4
++ muls.d lr,lr,lr
++ muls.d r2,r8,lr
++ muls.d r4,r0,r11
++ muls.d r5,lr,r6
++ .text
++ .global macsd
++macsd:
++ macs.d r0,pc,pc
++ macs.d r14,r12,r12
++ macs.d r8,r5,r5
++ macs.d r6,r4,r4
++ macs.d r2,lr,lr
++ macs.d r8,r1,r9
++ macs.d r14,r8,r8
++ macs.d r4,r3,r12
++ .text
++ .global mulud
++mulud:
++ mulu.d r0,pc,pc
++ mulu.d r14,r12,r12
++ mulu.d r8,r5,r5
++ mulu.d r6,r4,r4
++ mulu.d r2,lr,lr
++ mulu.d r6,r5,r0
++ mulu.d r4,r6,r1
++ mulu.d r8,r8,r2
++ .text
++ .global macud
++macud:
++ macu.d r0,pc,pc
++ macu.d r14,r12,r12
++ macu.d r8,r5,r5
++ macu.d r6,r4,r4
++ macu.d r2,lr,lr
++ macu.d r6,sp,r11
++ macu.d r2,r4,r8
++ macu.d r6,r10,r9
++ .text
++ .global asr_1
++asr_1:
++ asr pc,pc,pc
++ asr r12,r12,r12
++ asr r5,r5,r5
++ asr r4,r4,r4
++ asr lr,lr,lr
++ asr pc,r6,pc
++ asr r0,r6,r12
++ asr r4,sp,r0
++ .text
++ .global lsl_1
++lsl_1:
++ lsl pc,pc,pc
++ lsl r12,r12,r12
++ lsl r5,r5,r5
++ lsl r4,r4,r4
++ lsl lr,lr,lr
++ lsl lr,r5,lr
++ lsl r5,pc,r3
++ lsl r1,pc,r9
++ .text
++ .global lsr_1
++lsr_1:
++ lsr pc,pc,pc
++ lsr r12,r12,r12
++ lsr r5,r5,r5
++ lsr r4,r4,r4
++ lsr lr,lr,lr
++ lsr r2,r4,r1
++ lsr r5,r1,r6
++ lsr sp,r6,r7
++ .text
++ .global xchg
++xchg:
++ xchg pc,pc,pc
++ xchg r12,r12,r12
++ xchg r5,r5,r5
++ xchg r4,r4,r4
++ xchg lr,lr,lr
++ xchg lr,r4,sp
++ xchg r1,r5,r12
++ xchg lr,r12,r0
++ .text
++ .global max
++max:
++ max pc,pc,pc
++ max r12,r12,r12
++ max r5,r5,r5
++ max r4,r4,r4
++ max lr,lr,lr
++ max lr,r2,sp
++ max r4,r10,r9
++ max lr,r9,lr
++ .text
++ .global min
++min:
++ min pc,pc,pc
++ min r12,r12,r12
++ min r5,r5,r5
++ min r4,r4,r4
++ min lr,lr,lr
++ min r9,r7,r8
++ min sp,r5,r5
++ min r4,r1,r4
++ .text
++ .global addabs
++addabs:
++ addabs pc,pc,pc
++ addabs r12,r12,r12
++ addabs r5,r5,r5
++ addabs r4,r4,r4
++ addabs lr,lr,lr
++ addabs r7,r10,r0
++ addabs r9,r9,r7
++ addabs r2,r8,r12
++ .text
++ .global mulnhh_w
++mulnhh_w:
++ mulnhh.w pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ mulnhh.w r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ mulnhh.w r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ mulnhh.w r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ mulnhh.w lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ mulnhh.w r11,sp:t,r9:b
++ mulnhh.w sp,r4:b,lr:t
++ mulnhh.w r12,r2:t,r11:b
++ .text
++ .global mulnwh_d
++mulnwh_d:
++ mulnwh.d r0,pc,pc:b
++ mulnwh.d r14,r12,r12:t
++ mulnwh.d r8,r5,r5:t
++ mulnwh.d r6,r4,r4:b
++ mulnwh.d r2,lr,lr:t
++ mulnwh.d r14,r3,r2:t
++ mulnwh.d r4,r5,r9:b
++ mulnwh.d r12,r4,r4:t
++ .text
++ .global machh_w
++machh_w:
++ machh.w pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ machh.w r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ machh.w r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ machh.w r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ machh.w lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ machh.w lr,r5:b,r1:t
++ machh.w r9,r6:b,r7:b
++ machh.w r5,lr:t,r12:b
++ .text
++ .global machh_d
++machh_d:
++ machh.d r0,pc:b,pc:b
++ machh.d r14,r12:t,r12:t
++ machh.d r8,r5:t,r5:t
++ machh.d r6,r4:b,r4:b
++ machh.d r2,lr:t,lr:t
++ machh.d r10,r0:b,r8:b
++ machh.d r14,r4:b,r5:t
++ machh.d r8,r0:b,r4:t
++ .text
++ .global macsathh_w
++macsathh_w:
++ macsathh.w pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ macsathh.w r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ macsathh.w r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ macsathh.w r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ macsathh.w lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ macsathh.w r7,r7:t,pc:t
++ macsathh.w r4,r2:t,r4:b
++ macsathh.w r4,r8:t,r3:t
++ .text
++ .global mulhh_w
++mulhh_w:
++ mulhh.w pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ mulhh.w r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ mulhh.w r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ mulhh.w r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ mulhh.w lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ mulhh.w r7,r4:t,r9:b
++ mulhh.w pc,r3:t,r7:t
++ mulhh.w pc,r4:b,r9:t
++ .text
++ .global mulsathh_h
++mulsathh_h:
++ mulsathh.h pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ mulsathh.h r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ mulsathh.h r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ mulsathh.h r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ mulsathh.h lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ mulsathh.h r3,r1:b,sp:b
++ mulsathh.h r11,lr:t,r11:b
++ mulsathh.h r8,r8:b,r11:t
++ .text
++ .global mulsathh_w
++mulsathh_w:
++ mulsathh.w pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ mulsathh.w r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ mulsathh.w r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ mulsathh.w r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ mulsathh.w lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ mulsathh.w lr,r11:t,r6:b
++ mulsathh.w r6,r6:b,r7:t
++ mulsathh.w r10,r2:b,r3:b
++ .text
++ .global mulsatrndhh_h
++mulsatrndhh_h:
++ mulsatrndhh.h pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ mulsatrndhh.h r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ mulsatrndhh.h r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ mulsatrndhh.h r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ mulsatrndhh.h lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ mulsatrndhh.h r11,r6:b,r9:b
++ mulsatrndhh.h r11,r3:b,r8:t
++ mulsatrndhh.h r5,sp:t,r7:t
++ .text
++ .global mulsatrndwh_w
++mulsatrndwh_w:
++ mulsatrndwh.w pc,pc,pc:b
++ mulsatrndwh.w r12,r12,r12:t
++ mulsatrndwh.w r5,r5,r5:t
++ mulsatrndwh.w r4,r4,r4:b
++ mulsatrndwh.w lr,lr,lr:t
++ mulsatrndwh.w r5,r12,r0:b
++ mulsatrndwh.w r7,r10,pc:b
++ mulsatrndwh.w r10,r8,r5:t
++ .text
++ .global macwh_d
++macwh_d:
++ macwh.d r0,pc,pc:b
++ macwh.d r14,r12,r12:t
++ macwh.d r8,r5,r5:t
++ macwh.d r6,r4,r4:b
++ macwh.d r2,lr,lr:t
++ macwh.d r4,r10,r12:t
++ macwh.d r4,r7,sp:b
++ macwh.d r14,r9,r11:b
++ .text
++ .global mulwh_d
++mulwh_d:
++ mulwh.d r0,pc,pc:b
++ mulwh.d r14,r12,r12:t
++ mulwh.d r8,r5,r5:t
++ mulwh.d r6,r4,r4:b
++ mulwh.d r2,lr,lr:t
++ mulwh.d r12,r5,r1:b
++ mulwh.d r0,r1,r3:t
++ mulwh.d r0,r9,r2:b
++ .text
++ .global mulsatwh_w
++mulsatwh_w:
++ mulsatwh.w pc,pc,pc:b
++ mulsatwh.w r12,r12,r12:t
++ mulsatwh.w r5,r5,r5:t
++ mulsatwh.w r4,r4,r4:b
++ mulsatwh.w lr,lr,lr:t
++ mulsatwh.w r11,pc,r10:t
++ mulsatwh.w sp,r12,r9:t
++ mulsatwh.w r0,r3,r2:t
++ .text
++ .global ldw7
++ldw7:
++ ld.w pc,pc[pc:b<<2]
++ ld.w r12,r12[r12:t<<2]
++ ld.w r5,r5[r5:u<<2]
++ ld.w r4,r4[r4:l<<2]
++ ld.w lr,lr[lr:l<<2]
++ ld.w r9,r10[r6:l<<2]
++ ld.w r2,r10[r10:b<<2]
++ ld.w r11,r5[pc:b<<2]
++ .text
++ .global satadd_w
++satadd_w:
++ satadd.w pc,pc,pc
++ satadd.w r12,r12,r12
++ satadd.w r5,r5,r5
++ satadd.w r4,r4,r4
++ satadd.w lr,lr,lr
++ satadd.w r4,r8,r11
++ satadd.w r3,r12,r6
++ satadd.w r3,lr,r9
++ .text
++ .global satsub_w1
++satsub_w1:
++ satsub.w pc,pc,pc
++ satsub.w r12,r12,r12
++ satsub.w r5,r5,r5
++ satsub.w r4,r4,r4
++ satsub.w lr,lr,lr
++ satsub.w r8,sp,r0
++ satsub.w r9,r8,r4
++ satsub.w pc,lr,r2
++ .text
++ .global satadd_h
++satadd_h:
++ satadd.h pc,pc,pc
++ satadd.h r12,r12,r12
++ satadd.h r5,r5,r5
++ satadd.h r4,r4,r4
++ satadd.h lr,lr,lr
++ satadd.h r7,r3,r9
++ satadd.h r1,r0,r2
++ satadd.h r1,r4,lr
++ .text
++ .global satsub_h
++satsub_h:
++ satsub.h pc,pc,pc
++ satsub.h r12,r12,r12
++ satsub.h r5,r5,r5
++ satsub.h r4,r4,r4
++ satsub.h lr,lr,lr
++ satsub.h lr,lr,r3
++ satsub.h r11,r6,r5
++ satsub.h r3,sp,r0
++ .text
++ .global mul3
++mul3:
++ mul pc,pc,0
++ mul r12,r12,-1
++ mul r5,r5,-128
++ mul r4,r4,127
++ mul lr,lr,1
++ mul r12,r2,-7
++ mul r1,pc,95
++ mul r4,r6,19
++ .text
++ .global rsub2
++rsub2:
++ rsub pc,pc,0
++ rsub r12,r12,-1
++ rsub r5,r5,-128
++ rsub r4,r4,127
++ rsub lr,lr,1
++ rsub r9,lr,96
++ rsub r11,r1,56
++ rsub r0,r7,-87
++ .text
++ .global clz
++clz:
++ clz pc,pc
++ clz r12,r12
++ clz r5,r5
++ clz r4,r4
++ clz lr,lr
++ clz r2,r3
++ clz r5,r11
++ clz pc,r3
++ .text
++ .global cpc1
++cpc1:
++ cpc pc,pc
++ cpc r12,r12
++ cpc r5,r5
++ cpc r4,r4
++ cpc lr,lr
++ cpc pc,r4
++ cpc r5,r9
++ cpc r6,r7
++ .text
++ .global asr3
++asr3:
++ asr pc,pc,0
++ asr r12,r12,31
++ asr r5,r5,16
++ asr r4,r4,15
++ asr lr,lr,1
++ asr r4,r11,19
++ asr sp,pc,26
++ asr r11,sp,8
++ .text
++ .global lsl3
++lsl3:
++ lsl pc,pc,0
++ lsl r12,r12,31
++ lsl r5,r5,16
++ lsl r4,r4,15
++ lsl lr,lr,1
++ lsl r8,r10,17
++ lsl r2,lr,3
++ lsl lr,r11,14
++ .text
++ .global lsr3
++lsr3:
++ lsr pc,pc,0
++ lsr r12,r12,31
++ lsr r5,r5,16
++ lsr r4,r4,15
++ lsr lr,lr,1
++ lsr r4,r3,31
++ lsr pc,r9,14
++ lsr r3,r0,6
++/* .text
++ .global extract_b
++extract_b:
++ extract.b pc,pc:b
++ extract.b r12,r12:t
++ extract.b r5,r5:u
++ extract.b r4,r4:l
++ extract.b lr,lr:l
++ extract.b r2,r5:l
++ extract.b r12,r3:l
++ extract.b sp,r3:l
++ .text
++ .global insert_b
++insert_b:
++ insert.b pc:b,pc
++ insert.b r12:t,r12
++ insert.b r5:u,r5
++ insert.b r4:l,r4
++ insert.b lr:l,lr
++ insert.b r12:u,r3
++ insert.b r10:l,lr
++ insert.b r11:l,r12
++ .text
++ .global extract_h
++extract_h:
++ extract.h pc,pc:b
++ extract.h r12,r12:t
++ extract.h r5,r5:t
++ extract.h r4,r4:b
++ extract.h lr,lr:t
++ extract.h r11,lr:b
++ extract.h r10,r0:b
++ extract.h r11,r12:b
++ .text
++ .global insert_h
++insert_h:
++ insert.h pc:b,pc
++ insert.h r12:t,r12
++ insert.h r5:t,r5
++ insert.h r4:b,r4
++ insert.h lr:t,lr
++ insert.h r12:t,r11
++ insert.h r7:b,r6
++ insert.h r1:t,r11 */
++ .text
++ .global movc1
++movc1:
++ moveq pc,pc
++ moval r12,r12
++ movls r5,r5
++ movpl r4,r4
++ movne lr,lr
++ movne pc,r11
++ movmi r10,r2
++ movls r8,r12
++ .text
++ .global padd_h
++padd_h:
++ padd.h pc,pc,pc
++ padd.h r12,r12,r12
++ padd.h r5,r5,r5
++ padd.h r4,r4,r4
++ padd.h lr,lr,lr
++ padd.h r8,r2,r7
++ padd.h r0,r0,r3
++ padd.h sp,r11,r6
++ .text
++ .global psub_h
++psub_h:
++ psub.h pc,pc,pc
++ psub.h r12,r12,r12
++ psub.h r5,r5,r5
++ psub.h r4,r4,r4
++ psub.h lr,lr,lr
++ psub.h lr,r6,r8
++ psub.h r0,r1,sp
++ psub.h pc,pc,sp
++ .text
++ .global paddx_h
++paddx_h:
++ paddx.h pc,pc,pc
++ paddx.h r12,r12,r12
++ paddx.h r5,r5,r5
++ paddx.h r4,r4,r4
++ paddx.h lr,lr,lr
++ paddx.h pc,pc,r1
++ paddx.h r10,r4,r5
++ paddx.h r5,pc,r2
++ .text
++ .global psubx_h
++psubx_h:
++ psubx.h pc,pc,pc
++ psubx.h r12,r12,r12
++ psubx.h r5,r5,r5
++ psubx.h r4,r4,r4
++ psubx.h lr,lr,lr
++ psubx.h r5,r12,r5
++ psubx.h r3,r8,r3
++ psubx.h r5,r2,r3
++ .text
++ .global padds_sh
++padds_sh:
++ padds.sh pc,pc,pc
++ padds.sh r12,r12,r12
++ padds.sh r5,r5,r5
++ padds.sh r4,r4,r4
++ padds.sh lr,lr,lr
++ padds.sh r9,lr,r2
++ padds.sh r6,r8,r1
++ padds.sh r6,r4,r10
++ .text
++ .global psubs_sh
++psubs_sh:
++ psubs.sh pc,pc,pc
++ psubs.sh r12,r12,r12
++ psubs.sh r5,r5,r5
++ psubs.sh r4,r4,r4
++ psubs.sh lr,lr,lr
++ psubs.sh r6,lr,r11
++ psubs.sh r2,r12,r4
++ psubs.sh r0,r9,r0
++ .text
++ .global paddxs_sh
++paddxs_sh:
++ paddxs.sh pc,pc,pc
++ paddxs.sh r12,r12,r12
++ paddxs.sh r5,r5,r5
++ paddxs.sh r4,r4,r4
++ paddxs.sh lr,lr,lr
++ paddxs.sh r0,r3,r9
++ paddxs.sh pc,r10,r11
++ paddxs.sh pc,r10,pc
++ .text
++ .global psubxs_sh
++psubxs_sh:
++ psubxs.sh pc,pc,pc
++ psubxs.sh r12,r12,r12
++ psubxs.sh r5,r5,r5
++ psubxs.sh r4,r4,r4
++ psubxs.sh lr,lr,lr
++ psubxs.sh r7,r4,r4
++ psubxs.sh r7,r8,r3
++ psubxs.sh pc,r6,r5
++ .text
++ .global padds_uh
++padds_uh:
++ padds.uh pc,pc,pc
++ padds.uh r12,r12,r12
++ padds.uh r5,r5,r5
++ padds.uh r4,r4,r4
++ padds.uh lr,lr,lr
++ padds.uh r12,r11,r7
++ padds.uh r7,r8,lr
++ padds.uh r6,r9,r7
++ .text
++ .global psubs_uh
++psubs_uh:
++ psubs.uh pc,pc,pc
++ psubs.uh r12,r12,r12
++ psubs.uh r5,r5,r5
++ psubs.uh r4,r4,r4
++ psubs.uh lr,lr,lr
++ psubs.uh lr,r10,r6
++ psubs.uh sp,r2,pc
++ psubs.uh r2,r9,r2
++ .text
++ .global paddxs_uh
++paddxs_uh:
++ paddxs.uh pc,pc,pc
++ paddxs.uh r12,r12,r12
++ paddxs.uh r5,r5,r5
++ paddxs.uh r4,r4,r4
++ paddxs.uh lr,lr,lr
++ paddxs.uh r7,r9,r5
++ paddxs.uh r9,r1,r4
++ paddxs.uh r5,r2,r3
++ .text
++ .global psubxs_uh
++psubxs_uh:
++ psubxs.uh pc,pc,pc
++ psubxs.uh r12,r12,r12
++ psubxs.uh r5,r5,r5
++ psubxs.uh r4,r4,r4
++ psubxs.uh lr,lr,lr
++ psubxs.uh sp,r5,sp
++ psubxs.uh sp,r6,r6
++ psubxs.uh r3,r11,r8
++ .text
++ .global paddh_sh
++paddh_sh:
++ paddh.sh pc,pc,pc
++ paddh.sh r12,r12,r12
++ paddh.sh r5,r5,r5
++ paddh.sh r4,r4,r4
++ paddh.sh lr,lr,lr
++ paddh.sh r12,sp,r3
++ paddh.sh pc,r5,r3
++ paddh.sh r8,r8,sp
++ .text
++ .global psubh_sh
++psubh_sh:
++ psubh.sh pc,pc,pc
++ psubh.sh r12,r12,r12
++ psubh.sh r5,r5,r5
++ psubh.sh r4,r4,r4
++ psubh.sh lr,lr,lr
++ psubh.sh r1,r5,r8
++ psubh.sh r7,r3,r6
++ psubh.sh r4,r3,r3
++ .text
++ .global paddxh_sh
++paddxh_sh:
++ paddxh.sh pc,pc,pc
++ paddxh.sh r12,r12,r12
++ paddxh.sh r5,r5,r5
++ paddxh.sh r4,r4,r4
++ paddxh.sh lr,lr,lr
++ paddxh.sh r6,r0,r4
++ paddxh.sh r9,r8,r9
++ paddxh.sh r3,r0,sp
++ .text
++ .global psubxh_sh
++psubxh_sh:
++ psubxh.sh pc,pc,pc
++ psubxh.sh r12,r12,r12
++ psubxh.sh r5,r5,r5
++ psubxh.sh r4,r4,r4
++ psubxh.sh lr,lr,lr
++ psubxh.sh r4,pc,r12
++ psubxh.sh r8,r4,r6
++ psubxh.sh r12,r9,r4
++ .text
++ .global paddsub_h
++paddsub_h:
++ paddsub.h pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ paddsub.h r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ paddsub.h r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ paddsub.h r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ paddsub.h lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ paddsub.h r5,r2:t,lr:b
++ paddsub.h r7,r1:b,r8:b
++ paddsub.h r6,r10:t,r5:t
++ .text
++ .global psubadd_h
++psubadd_h:
++ psubadd.h pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ psubadd.h r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ psubadd.h r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ psubadd.h r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ psubadd.h lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ psubadd.h r9,r11:t,r8:t
++ psubadd.h r10,r7:t,lr:t
++ psubadd.h r6,pc:t,pc:b
++ .text
++ .global paddsubs_sh
++paddsubs_sh:
++ paddsubs.sh pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ paddsubs.sh r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ paddsubs.sh r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ paddsubs.sh r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ paddsubs.sh lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ paddsubs.sh r0,lr:t,r0:b
++ paddsubs.sh r9,r2:t,r4:t
++ paddsubs.sh r12,r9:t,sp:t
++ .text
++ .global psubadds_sh
++psubadds_sh:
++ psubadds.sh pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ psubadds.sh r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ psubadds.sh r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ psubadds.sh r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ psubadds.sh lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ psubadds.sh pc,lr:b,r1:t
++ psubadds.sh r11,r3:b,r12:b
++ psubadds.sh r10,r2:t,r8:t
++ .text
++ .global paddsubs_uh
++paddsubs_uh:
++ paddsubs.uh pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ paddsubs.uh r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ paddsubs.uh r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ paddsubs.uh r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ paddsubs.uh lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ paddsubs.uh r9,r2:b,r3:b
++ paddsubs.uh sp,sp:b,r7:t
++ paddsubs.uh lr,r0:b,r10:t
++ .text
++ .global psubadds_uh
++psubadds_uh:
++ psubadds.uh pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ psubadds.uh r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ psubadds.uh r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ psubadds.uh r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ psubadds.uh lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ psubadds.uh r12,r9:t,pc:t
++ psubadds.uh r8,r6:b,r8:b
++ psubadds.uh r8,r8:b,r4:b
++ .text
++ .global paddsubh_sh
++paddsubh_sh:
++ paddsubh.sh pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ paddsubh.sh r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ paddsubh.sh r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ paddsubh.sh r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ paddsubh.sh lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ paddsubh.sh r8,r9:t,r9:b
++ paddsubh.sh r0,sp:t,r1:t
++ paddsubh.sh r3,r1:b,r0:t
++ .text
++ .global psubaddh_sh
++psubaddh_sh:
++ psubaddh.sh pc,pc:b,pc:b
++ psubaddh.sh r12,r12:t,r12:t
++ psubaddh.sh r5,r5:t,r5:t
++ psubaddh.sh r4,r4:b,r4:b
++ psubaddh.sh lr,lr:t,lr:t
++ psubaddh.sh r7,r3:t,r10:b
++ psubaddh.sh r7,r2:t,r1:t
++ psubaddh.sh r11,r3:b,r6:b
++ .text
++ .global padd_b
++padd_b:
++ padd.b pc,pc,pc
++ padd.b r12,r12,r12
++ padd.b r5,r5,r5
++ padd.b r4,r4,r4
++ padd.b lr,lr,lr
++ padd.b r2,r6,pc
++ padd.b r8,r9,r12
++ padd.b r5,r12,r3
++ .text
++ .global psub_b
++psub_b:
++ psub.b pc,pc,pc
++ psub.b r12,r12,r12
++ psub.b r5,r5,r5
++ psub.b r4,r4,r4
++ psub.b lr,lr,lr
++ psub.b r0,r12,pc
++ psub.b r7,sp,r10
++ psub.b r5,sp,r12
++ .text
++ .global padds_sb
++padds_sb:
++ padds.sb pc,pc,pc
++ padds.sb r12,r12,r12
++ padds.sb r5,r5,r5
++ padds.sb r4,r4,r4
++ padds.sb lr,lr,lr
++ padds.sb sp,r11,r4
++ padds.sb r11,r10,r11
++ padds.sb r5,r12,r6
++ .text
++ .global psubs_sb
++psubs_sb:
++ psubs.sb pc,pc,pc
++ psubs.sb r12,r12,r12
++ psubs.sb r5,r5,r5
++ psubs.sb r4,r4,r4
++ psubs.sb lr,lr,lr
++ psubs.sb r7,r6,r8
++ psubs.sb r12,r10,r9
++ psubs.sb pc,r11,r0
++ .text
++ .global padds_ub
++padds_ub:
++ padds.ub pc,pc,pc
++ padds.ub r12,r12,r12
++ padds.ub r5,r5,r5
++ padds.ub r4,r4,r4
++ padds.ub lr,lr,lr
++ padds.ub r3,r2,r11
++ padds.ub r10,r8,r1
++ padds.ub r11,r8,r10
++ .text
++ .global psubs_ub
++psubs_ub:
++ psubs.ub pc,pc,pc
++ psubs.ub r12,r12,r12
++ psubs.ub r5,r5,r5
++ psubs.ub r4,r4,r4
++ psubs.ub lr,lr,lr
++ psubs.ub r0,r2,r7
++ psubs.ub lr,r5,r3
++ psubs.ub r6,r7,r9
++ .text
++ .global paddh_ub
++paddh_ub:
++ paddh.ub pc,pc,pc
++ paddh.ub r12,r12,r12
++ paddh.ub r5,r5,r5
++ paddh.ub r4,r4,r4
++ paddh.ub lr,lr,lr
++ paddh.ub lr,r1,r0
++ paddh.ub r2,r7,r7
++ paddh.ub r2,r1,r2
++ .text
++ .global psubh_ub
++psubh_ub:
++ psubh.ub pc,pc,pc
++ psubh.ub r12,r12,r12
++ psubh.ub r5,r5,r5
++ psubh.ub r4,r4,r4
++ psubh.ub lr,lr,lr
++ psubh.ub r0,r1,r6
++ psubh.ub r4,lr,r10
++ psubh.ub r9,r8,r1
++ .text
++ .global pmax_ub
++pmax_ub:
++ pmax.ub pc,pc,pc
++ pmax.ub r12,r12,r12
++ pmax.ub r5,r5,r5
++ pmax.ub r4,r4,r4
++ pmax.ub lr,lr,lr
++ pmax.ub pc,r2,r11
++ pmax.ub r12,r1,r1
++ pmax.ub r5,r2,r0
++ .text
++ .global pmax_sh
++pmax_sh:
++ pmax.sh pc,pc,pc
++ pmax.sh r12,r12,r12
++ pmax.sh r5,r5,r5
++ pmax.sh r4,r4,r4
++ pmax.sh lr,lr,lr
++ pmax.sh lr,r6,r12
++ pmax.sh r2,pc,r5
++ pmax.sh pc,r2,r7
++ .text
++ .global pmin_ub
++pmin_ub:
++ pmin.ub pc,pc,pc
++ pmin.ub r12,r12,r12
++ pmin.ub r5,r5,r5
++ pmin.ub r4,r4,r4
++ pmin.ub lr,lr,lr
++ pmin.ub r8,r1,r5
++ pmin.ub r1,r8,r3
++ pmin.ub r0,r2,r7
++ .text
++ .global pmin_sh
++pmin_sh:
++ pmin.sh pc,pc,pc
++ pmin.sh r12,r12,r12
++ pmin.sh r5,r5,r5
++ pmin.sh r4,r4,r4
++ pmin.sh lr,lr,lr
++ pmin.sh r8,r4,r10
++ pmin.sh lr,r10,r12
++ pmin.sh r2,r6,r2
++ .text
++ .global pavg_ub
++pavg_ub:
++ pavg.ub pc,pc,pc
++ pavg.ub r12,r12,r12
++ pavg.ub r5,r5,r5
++ pavg.ub r4,r4,r4
++ pavg.ub lr,lr,lr
++ pavg.ub r0,r1,r6
++ pavg.ub r8,r3,r6
++ pavg.ub pc,r12,r10
++ .text
++ .global pavg_sh
++pavg_sh:
++ pavg.sh pc,pc,pc
++ pavg.sh r12,r12,r12
++ pavg.sh r5,r5,r5
++ pavg.sh r4,r4,r4
++ pavg.sh lr,lr,lr
++ pavg.sh r9,pc,sp
++ pavg.sh pc,sp,r3
++ pavg.sh r6,r1,r9
++ .text
++ .global pabs_sb
++pabs_sb:
++ pabs.sb pc,pc
++ pabs.sb r12,r12
++ pabs.sb r5,r5
++ pabs.sb r4,r4
++ pabs.sb lr,lr
++ pabs.sb r11,r6
++ pabs.sb lr,r9
++ pabs.sb sp,r7
++ .text
++ .global pabs_sh
++pabs_sh:
++ pabs.sh pc,pc
++ pabs.sh r12,r12
++ pabs.sh r5,r5
++ pabs.sh r4,r4
++ pabs.sh lr,lr
++ pabs.sh pc,r3
++ pabs.sh r5,r7
++ pabs.sh r4,r0
++ .text
++ .global psad
++psad:
++ psad pc,pc,pc
++ psad r12,r12,r12
++ psad r5,r5,r5
++ psad r4,r4,r4
++ psad lr,lr,lr
++ psad r9,r11,r11
++ psad lr,r4,sp
++ psad lr,r4,r5
++ .text
++ .global pasr_b
++pasr_b:
++ pasr.b pc,pc,0
++ pasr.b r12,r12,7
++ pasr.b r5,r5,4
++ pasr.b r4,r4,3
++ pasr.b lr,lr,1
++ pasr.b pc,r7,1
++ pasr.b sp,lr,6
++ pasr.b sp,r3,2
++ .text
++ .global plsl_b
++plsl_b:
++ plsl.b pc,pc,0
++ plsl.b r12,r12,7
++ plsl.b r5,r5,4
++ plsl.b r4,r4,3
++ plsl.b lr,lr,1
++ plsl.b r2,r11,4
++ plsl.b r8,r5,7
++ plsl.b pc,r0,2
++ .text
++ .global plsr_b
++plsr_b:
++ plsr.b pc,pc,0
++ plsr.b r12,r12,7
++ plsr.b r5,r5,4
++ plsr.b r4,r4,3
++ plsr.b lr,lr,1
++ plsr.b r12,r1,2
++ plsr.b r6,pc,7
++ plsr.b r12,r11,2
++ .text
++ .global pasr_h
++pasr_h:
++ pasr.h pc,pc,0
++ pasr.h r12,r12,15
++ pasr.h r5,r5,8
++ pasr.h r4,r4,7
++ pasr.h lr,lr,1
++ pasr.h r0,r11,10
++ pasr.h r4,r6,8
++ pasr.h r6,r2,4
++ .text
++ .global plsl_h
++plsl_h:
++ plsl.h pc,pc,0
++ plsl.h r12,r12,15
++ plsl.h r5,r5,8
++ plsl.h r4,r4,7
++ plsl.h lr,lr,1
++ plsl.h r5,r10,9
++ plsl.h sp,lr,8
++ plsl.h r0,lr,7
++ .text
++ .global plsr_h
++plsr_h:
++ plsr.h pc,pc,0
++ plsr.h r12,r12,15
++ plsr.h r5,r5,8
++ plsr.h r4,r4,7
++ plsr.h lr,lr,1
++ plsr.h r11,r0,15
++ plsr.h lr,r3,3
++ plsr.h r8,lr,10
++ .text
++ .global packw_sh
++packw_sh:
++ packw.sh pc,pc,pc
++ packw.sh r12,r12,r12
++ packw.sh r5,r5,r5
++ packw.sh r4,r4,r4
++ packw.sh lr,lr,lr
++ packw.sh sp,r11,r10
++ packw.sh r8,r2,r12
++ packw.sh r8,r1,r5
++ .text
++ .global punpckub_h
++punpckub_h:
++ punpckub.h pc,pc:b
++ punpckub.h r12,r12:t
++ punpckub.h r5,r5:t
++ punpckub.h r4,r4:b
++ punpckub.h lr,lr:t
++ punpckub.h r6,r1:t
++ punpckub.h lr,r5:b
++ punpckub.h lr,r2:t
++ .text
++ .global punpcksb_h
++punpcksb_h:
++ punpcksb.h pc,pc:b
++ punpcksb.h r12,r12:t
++ punpcksb.h r5,r5:t
++ punpcksb.h r4,r4:b
++ punpcksb.h lr,lr:t
++ punpcksb.h r4,r7:t
++ punpcksb.h r6,lr:b
++ punpcksb.h r12,r12:t
++ .text
++ .global packsh_ub
++packsh_ub:
++ packsh.ub pc,pc,pc
++ packsh.ub r12,r12,r12
++ packsh.ub r5,r5,r5
++ packsh.ub r4,r4,r4
++ packsh.ub lr,lr,lr
++ packsh.ub r3,r6,r3
++ packsh.ub r8,r0,r3
++ packsh.ub r9,r3,lr
++ .text
++ .global packsh_sb
++packsh_sb:
++ packsh.sb pc,pc,pc
++ packsh.sb r12,r12,r12
++ packsh.sb r5,r5,r5
++ packsh.sb r4,r4,r4
++ packsh.sb lr,lr,lr
++ packsh.sb r6,r8,r1
++ packsh.sb lr,r9,r8
++ packsh.sb sp,r6,r6
++ .text
++ .global andl
++andl:
++ andl pc,0
++ andl r12,65535
++ andl r5,32768
++ andl r4,32767
++ andl lr,1
++ andl pc,23128
++ andl r8,47262
++ andl r7,13719
++ .text
++ .global andl_coh
++andl_coh:
++ andl pc,0,COH
++ andl r12,65535,COH
++ andl r5,32768,COH
++ andl r4,32767,COH
++ andl lr,1,COH
++ andl r6,22753,COH
++ andl r0,40653,COH
++ andl r4,48580,COH
++ .text
++ .global andh
++andh:
++ andh pc,0
++ andh r12,65535
++ andh r5,32768
++ andh r4,32767
++ andh lr,1
++ andh r12,52312
++ andh r3,8675
++ andh r2,42987
++ .text
++ .global andh_coh
++andh_coh:
++ andh pc,0,COH
++ andh r12,65535,COH
++ andh r5,32768,COH
++ andh r4,32767,COH
++ andh lr,1,COH
++ andh r11,34317,COH
++ andh r8,52982,COH
++ andh r10,23683,COH
++ .text
++ .global orl
++orl:
++ orl pc,0
++ orl r12,65535
++ orl r5,32768
++ orl r4,32767
++ orl lr,1
++ orl sp,16766
++ orl r0,21181
++ orl pc,44103
++ .text
++ .global orh
++orh:
++ orh pc,0
++ orh r12,65535
++ orh r5,32768
++ orh r4,32767
++ orh lr,1
++ orh r8,28285
++ orh r12,30492
++ orh r1,59930
++ .text
++ .global eorl
++eorl:
++ eorl pc,0
++ eorl r12,65535
++ eorl r5,32768
++ eorl r4,32767
++ eorl lr,1
++ eorl r4,51129
++ eorl r6,64477
++ eorl r1,20913
++ .text
++ .global eorh
++eorh:
++ eorh pc,0
++ eorh r12,65535
++ eorh r5,32768
++ eorh r4,32767
++ eorh lr,1
++ eorh r0,11732
++ eorh r10,38069
++ eorh r9,57130
++ .text
++ .global mcall
++mcall:
++ mcall pc[0]
++ mcall r12[-4]
++ mcall r5[-131072]
++ mcall r4[131068]
++ mcall lr[4]
++ mcall sp[61180]
++ mcall r4[-35000]
++ mcall r0[9924]
++ .text
++ .global pref
++pref:
++ pref pc[0]
++ pref r12[-1]
++ pref r5[-32768]
++ pref r4[32767]
++ pref lr[1]
++ pref r7[7748]
++ pref r7[-7699]
++ pref r2[-25892]
++ .text
++ .global cache
++cache:
++ cache pc[0],0
++ cache r12[-1],31
++ cache r5[-1024],16
++ cache r4[1023],15
++ cache lr[1],1
++ cache r3[-964],17
++ cache r4[-375],22
++ cache r3[-888],17
++ .text
++ .global sub4
++sub4:
++ sub pc,0
++ sub r12,-1
++ sub r5,-1048576
++ sub r4,1048575
++ sub lr,1
++ sub r2,-619156
++ sub lr,461517
++ sub r8,-185051
++ .text
++ .global cp3
++cp3:
++ cp pc,0
++ cp r12,-1
++ cp r5,-1048576
++ cp r4,1048575
++ cp lr,1
++ cp r1,124078
++ cp r0,-378909
++ cp r4,-243180
++ .text
++ .global mov2
++mov2:
++ mov pc,0
++ mov r12,-1
++ mov r5,-1048576
++ mov r4,1048575
++ mov lr,1
++ mov r5,-317021
++ mov sp,-749164
++ mov r5,940179
++ .text
++ .global brc2
++brc2:
++ breq 0
++ bral -2
++ brls -2097152
++ brpl 2097150
++ brne 2
++ brhi -1796966
++ brqs 1321368
++ brls -577434
++ .text
++ .global rcall2
++rcall2:
++ rcall 0
++ rcall -2
++ rcall -2097152
++ rcall 2097150
++ rcall 2
++ rcall 496820
++ rcall 1085092
++ rcall -1058
++ .text
++ .global sub5
++sub5:
++ sub pc,pc,0
++ sub r12,r12,-1
++ sub r5,r5,-32768
++ sub r4,r4,32767
++ sub lr,lr,1
++ sub pc,pc,-12744
++ sub r7,r7,-27365
++ sub r2,r9,-17358
++ .text
++ .global satsub_w2
++satsub_w2:
++ satsub.w pc,pc,0
++ satsub.w r12,r12,-1
++ satsub.w r5,r5,-32768
++ satsub.w r4,r4,32767
++ satsub.w lr,lr,1
++ satsub.w r2,lr,-2007
++ satsub.w r7,r12,-784
++ satsub.w r4,r7,23180
++ .text
++ .global ld_d4
++ld_d4:
++ ld.d r0,pc[0]
++ ld.d r14,r12[-1]
++ ld.d r8,r5[-32768]
++ ld.d r6,r4[32767]
++ ld.d r2,lr[1]
++ ld.d r14,r11[14784]
++ ld.d r6,r9[-18905]
++ ld.d r2,r3[-6355]
++ .text
++ .global ld_w4
++ld_w4:
++ ld.w pc,pc[0]
++ ld.w r12,r12[-1]
++ ld.w r5,r5[-32768]
++ ld.w r4,r4[32767]
++ ld.w lr,lr[1]
++ ld.w r0,r12[-22133]
++ ld.w sp,pc[-20521]
++ /* ld.w r3,r5[29035] */
++ nop
++ .text
++ .global ld_sh4
++ld_sh4:
++ ld.sh pc,pc[0]
++ ld.sh r12,r12[-1]
++ ld.sh r5,r5[-32768]
++ ld.sh r4,r4[32767]
++ ld.sh lr,lr[1]
++ ld.sh r6,r10[30930]
++ ld.sh r6,r10[21973]
++ /* ld.sh r11,r10[-2058] */
++ nop
++ .text
++ .global ld_uh4
++ld_uh4:
++ ld.uh pc,pc[0]
++ ld.uh r12,r12[-1]
++ ld.uh r5,r5[-32768]
++ ld.uh r4,r4[32767]
++ ld.uh lr,lr[1]
++ ld.uh r1,r9[-13354]
++ ld.uh lr,r11[21337]
++ /* ld.uh r2,lr[-25370] */
++ nop
++ .text
++ .global ld_sb1
++ld_sb1:
++ ld.sb pc,pc[0]
++ ld.sb r12,r12[-1]
++ ld.sb r5,r5[-32768]
++ ld.sb r4,r4[32767]
++ ld.sb lr,lr[1]
++ ld.sb r7,sp[-28663]
++ ld.sb r2,r1[-5879]
++ ld.sb r12,r3[18734]
++ .text
++ .global ld_ub4
++ld_ub4:
++ ld.ub pc,pc[0]
++ ld.ub r12,r12[-1]
++ ld.ub r5,r5[-32768]
++ ld.ub r4,r4[32767]
++ ld.ub lr,lr[1]
++ ld.ub pc,r4[8277]
++ ld.ub r5,r12[19172]
++ ld.ub r10,lr[26347]
++ .text
++ .global st_d4
++st_d4:
++ st.d pc[0],r0
++ st.d r12[-1],r14
++ st.d r5[-32768],r8
++ st.d r4[32767],r6
++ st.d lr[1],r2
++ st.d r5[13200],r10
++ st.d r5[9352],r10
++ st.d r5[32373],r4
++ .text
++ .global st_w4
++st_w4:
++ st.w pc[0],pc
++ st.w r12[-1],r12
++ st.w r5[-32768],r5
++ st.w r4[32767],r4
++ st.w lr[1],lr
++ st.w sp[6136],r7
++ st.w r6[27087],r12
++ /* st.w r3[20143],r7 */
++ nop
++ .text
++ .global st_h4
++st_h4:
++ st.h pc[0],pc
++ st.h r12[-1],r12
++ st.h r5[-32768],r5
++ st.h r4[32767],r4
++ st.h lr[1],lr
++ st.h r4[-9962],r7
++ st.h r9[-16250],r3
++ /* st.h r8[-28810],r7 */
++ nop
++ .text
++ .global st_b4
++st_b4:
++ st.b pc[0],pc
++ st.b r12[-1],r12
++ st.b r5[-32768],r5
++ st.b r4[32767],r4
++ st.b lr[1],lr
++ st.b r12[30102],r6
++ st.b r5[28977],r1
++ st.b r0[5470],r1
++ .text
++ .global mfsr
++mfsr:
++ mfsr pc,0
++ mfsr r12,1020
++ mfsr r5,512
++ mfsr r4,508
++ mfsr lr,4
++ mfsr r2,696
++ mfsr r4,260
++ mfsr r10,1016
++ .text
++ .global mtsr
++mtsr:
++ mtsr 0,pc
++ mtsr 1020,r12
++ mtsr 512,r5
++ mtsr 508,r4
++ mtsr 4,lr
++ mtsr 224,r10
++ mtsr 836,r12
++ mtsr 304,r9
++ .text
++ .global mfdr
++mfdr:
++ mfdr pc,0
++ mfdr r12,1020
++ mfdr r5,512
++ mfdr r4,508
++ mfdr lr,4
++ mfdr r6,932
++ mfdr r5,36
++ mfdr r9,300
++ .text
++ .global mtdr
++mtdr:
++ mtdr 0,pc
++ mtdr 1020,r12
++ mtdr 512,r5
++ mtdr 508,r4
++ mtdr 4,lr
++ mtdr 180,r8
++ mtdr 720,r10
++ mtdr 408,lr
++ .text
++ .global sleep
++sleep:
++ sleep 0
++ sleep 255
++ sleep 128
++ sleep 127
++ sleep 1
++ sleep 254
++ sleep 15
++ sleep 43
++ .text
++ .global sync
++sync:
++ sync 0
++ sync 255
++ sync 128
++ sync 127
++ sync 1
++ sync 166
++ sync 230
++ sync 180
++ .text
++ .global bld
++bld:
++ bld pc,0
++ bld r12,31
++ bld r5,16
++ bld r4,15
++ bld lr,1
++ bld r9,15
++ bld r0,4
++ bld lr,26
++ .text
++ .global bst
++bst:
++ bst pc,0
++ bst r12,31
++ bst r5,16
++ bst r4,15
++ bst lr,1
++ bst r10,28
++ bst r0,3
++ bst sp,2
++ .text
++ .global sats
++sats:
++ sats pc>>0,0
++ sats r12>>31,31
++ sats r5>>16,16
++ sats r4>>15,15
++ sats lr>>1,1
++ sats r10>>3,19
++ sats r10>>2,26
++ sats r1>>20,1
++ .text
++ .global satu
++satu:
++ satu pc>>0,0
++ satu r12>>31,31
++ satu r5>>16,16
++ satu r4>>15,15
++ satu lr>>1,1
++ satu pc>>5,7
++ satu r7>>5,5
++ satu r2>>26,19
++ .text
++ .global satrnds
++satrnds:
++ satrnds pc>>0,0
++ satrnds r12>>31,31
++ satrnds r5>>16,16
++ satrnds r4>>15,15
++ satrnds lr>>1,1
++ satrnds r0>>21,19
++ satrnds sp>>0,2
++ satrnds r7>>6,29
++ .text
++ .global satrndu
++satrndu:
++ satrndu pc>>0,0
++ satrndu r12>>31,31
++ satrndu r5>>16,16
++ satrndu r4>>15,15
++ satrndu lr>>1,1
++ satrndu r12>>0,26
++ satrndu r4>>21,3
++ satrndu r10>>3,16
++ .text
++ .global subfc
++subfc:
++ subfeq pc,0
++ subfal r12,-1
++ subfls r5,-128
++ subfpl r4,127
++ subfne lr,1
++ subfls r10,8
++ subfvc r11,99
++ subfvs r2,73
++ .text
++ .global subc
++subc:
++ subeq pc,0
++ subal r12,-1
++ subls r5,-128
++ subpl r4,127
++ subne lr,1
++ subls r12,118
++ subvc lr,-12
++ submi r4,-13
++ .text
++ .global movc2
++movc2:
++ moveq pc,0
++ moval r12,-1
++ movls r5,-128
++ movpl r4,127
++ movne lr,1
++ movlt r3,-122
++ movvc r8,2
++ movne r7,-111
++ .text
++ .global cp_b
++cp_b:
++ cp.b pc,r0
++ cp.b r0,pc
++ cp.b r7,r8
++ cp.b r8,r7
++ .text
++ .global cp_h
++cp_h:
++ cp.h pc,r0
++ cp.h r0,pc
++ cp.h r7,r8
++ cp.h r8,r7
++ .text
++ .global ldm
++ldm:
++ ldm pc,r1-r6
++ ldm r12,r0-r15
++ ldm r5,r15
++ ldm r4,r0-r14
++ ldm lr,r0
++ ldm r9,r1,r5,r14
++ ldm r11,r2-r3,r5-r8,r15
++ ldm r6,r0,r3,r9,r13,r15
++ .text
++ .global ldm_pu
++ldm_pu:
++ ldm pc++,r6-r9
++ ldm r12++,r0-r15
++ ldm r5++,r15
++ ldm r4++,r0-r14
++ ldm lr++,r0
++ ldm r12++,r3-r5,r8,r10,r12,r14-r15
++ ldm r10++,r2,r4-r6,r14-r15
++ ldm r6++,r1,r3-r4,r9-r14
++ .text
++ .global ldmts
++ldmts:
++ ldmts pc,r7-r8
++ ldmts r12,r0-r15
++ ldmts r5,r15
++ ldmts r4,r0-r14
++ ldmts lr,r0
++ ldmts r0,r1-r2,r11-r12
++ ldmts lr,r0-r2,r4,r7-r8,r13-r14
++ ldmts r12,r0-r1,r3-r5,r9,r14-r15
++ .text
++ .global ldmts_pu
++ldmts_pu:
++ ldmts pc++,r9
++ ldmts r12++,r0-r15
++ ldmts r5++,r15
++ ldmts r4++,r0-r14
++ ldmts lr++,r0
++ ldmts sp++,r0,r2-r5,r7,r9,r11
++ ldmts r5++,r1-r3,r7,r10-r11
++ ldmts r8++,r2-r4,r7-r8,r13,r15
++ .text
++ .global stm
++stm:
++ stm pc,r7
++ stm r12,r0-r15
++ stm r5,r15
++ stm r4,r0-r14
++ stm lr,r0
++ stm sp,r2-r3,r5,r8,r11,r14
++ stm r4,r0-r4,r6,r10-r11,r14
++ stm r9,r1,r5,r9,r12-r15
++ .text
++ .global stm_pu
++stm_pu:
++ stm --pc,r4-r6
++ stm --r12,r0-r15
++ stm --r5,r15
++ stm --r4,r0-r14
++ stm --lr,r0
++ stm --r11,r0,r4-r9,r11-r15
++ stm --r11,r0,r3,r9-r10,r12,r14
++ stm --r6,r2,r8-r9,r13-r14
++ .text
++ .global stmts
++stmts:
++ stmts pc,r8
++ stmts r12,r0-r15
++ stmts r5,r15
++ stmts r4,r0-r14
++ stmts lr,r0
++ stmts r1,r0-r1,r3-r4,r6,r9-r10,r14-r15
++ stmts r3,r0,r6-r8,r10-r12
++ stmts r11,r0,r4,r6-r7,r9-r10,r12,r14-r15
++ .text
++ .global stmts_pu
++stmts_pu:
++ stmts --pc,r6-r8
++ stmts --r12,r0-r15
++ stmts --r5,r15
++ stmts --r4,r0-r14
++ stmts --lr,r0
++ stmts --r2,r0,r3-r4,r9-r10,r12-r13
++ stmts --r3,r0-r1,r14-r15
++ stmts --r0,r0,r2-r6,r10,r14
++ .text
++ .global ldins_h
++ldins_h:
++ ldins.h pc:b,pc[0]
++ ldins.h r12:t,r12[-2]
++ ldins.h r5:t,r5[-4096]
++ ldins.h r4:b,r4[4094]
++ ldins.h lr:t,lr[2]
++ ldins.h r0:t,lr[1930]
++ ldins.h r3:b,r7[-534]
++ ldins.h r2:b,r12[-2252]
++ .text
++ .global ldins_b
++ldins_b:
++ ldins.b pc:b,pc[0]
++ ldins.b r12:t,r12[-1]
++ ldins.b r5:u,r5[-2048]
++ ldins.b r4:l,r4[2047]
++ ldins.b lr:l,lr[1]
++ ldins.b r6:t,r4[-662]
++ ldins.b r5:b,r1[-151]
++ ldins.b r10:t,r11[-1923]
++ .text
++ .global ldswp_sh
++ldswp_sh:
++ ldswp.sh pc,pc[0]
++ ldswp.sh r12,r12[-2]
++ ldswp.sh r5,r5[-4096]
++ ldswp.sh r4,r4[4094]
++ ldswp.sh lr,lr[2]
++ ldswp.sh r9,r10[3848]
++ ldswp.sh r4,r12[-2040]
++ ldswp.sh r10,r2[3088]
++ .text
++ .global ldswp_uh
++ldswp_uh:
++ ldswp.uh pc,pc[0]
++ ldswp.uh r12,r12[-2]
++ ldswp.uh r5,r5[-4096]
++ ldswp.uh r4,r4[4094]
++ ldswp.uh lr,lr[2]
++ ldswp.uh r4,r9[3724]
++ ldswp.uh lr,sp[-1672]
++ ldswp.uh r8,r12[-3846]
++ .text
++ .global ldswp_w
++ldswp_w:
++ ldswp.w pc,pc[0]
++ ldswp.w r12,r12[-4]
++ ldswp.w r5,r5[-8192]
++ ldswp.w r4,r4[8188]
++ ldswp.w lr,lr[4]
++ ldswp.w sp,r7[1860]
++ ldswp.w pc,r5[-3324]
++ ldswp.w r12,r10[-3296]
++ .text
++ .global stswp_h
++stswp_h:
++ stswp.h pc[0],pc
++ stswp.h r12[-2],r12
++ stswp.h r5[-4096],r5
++ stswp.h r4[4094],r4
++ stswp.h lr[2],lr
++ stswp.h r7[64],r10
++ stswp.h r10[3024],r2
++ stswp.h r0[-2328],r10
++ .text
++ .global stswp_w
++stswp_w:
++ stswp.w pc[0],pc
++ stswp.w r12[-4],r12
++ stswp.w r5[-8192],r5
++ stswp.w r4[8188],r4
++ stswp.w lr[4],lr
++ stswp.w pc[1156],r8
++ stswp.w sp[7992],r10
++ stswp.w r8[-1172],r5
++ .text
++ .global and2
++and2:
++ and pc,pc,pc<<0
++ and r12,r12,r12<<31
++ and r5,r5,r5<<16
++ and r4,r4,r4<<15
++ and lr,lr,lr<<1
++ and r10,r2,r1<<1
++ and r12,r8,r11<<27
++ and r10,r7,r0<<3
++ .text
++ .global and3
++and3:
++ and pc,pc,pc>>0
++ and r12,r12,r12>>31
++ and r5,r5,r5>>16
++ and r4,r4,r4>>15
++ and lr,lr,lr>>1
++ and r12,r8,r7>>17
++ and pc,r4,r9>>20
++ and r10,r9,r10>>12
++ .text
++ .global or2
++or2:
++ or pc,pc,pc<<0
++ or r12,r12,r12<<31
++ or r5,r5,r5<<16
++ or r4,r4,r4<<15
++ or lr,lr,lr<<1
++ or r8,sp,r11<<29
++ or pc,r9,r2<<28
++ or r5,r1,r2<<3
++ .text
++ .global or3
++or3:
++ or pc,pc,pc>>0
++ or r12,r12,r12>>31
++ or r5,r5,r5>>16
++ or r4,r4,r4>>15
++ or lr,lr,lr>>1
++ or r1,sp,sp>>2
++ or r0,r1,r1>>29
++ or r4,r12,r8>>8
++ .text
++ .global eor2
++eor2:
++ eor pc,pc,pc<<0
++ eor r12,r12,r12<<31
++ eor r5,r5,r5<<16
++ eor r4,r4,r4<<15
++ eor lr,lr,lr<<1
++ eor r10,r9,r4<<11
++ eor r4,r0,r1<<31
++ eor r6,r2,r12<<13
++ .text
++ .global eor3
++eor3:
++ eor pc,pc,pc>>0
++ eor r12,r12,r12>>31
++ eor r5,r5,r5>>16
++ eor r4,r4,r4>>15
++ eor lr,lr,lr>>1
++ eor r5,r5,r5>>22
++ eor r10,r1,lr>>3
++ eor r7,lr,sp>>26
++ .text
++ .global sthh_w2
++sthh_w2:
++ sthh.w pc[pc<<0],pc:b,pc:b
++ sthh.w r12[r12<<3],r12:t,r12:t
++ sthh.w r5[r5<<2],r5:t,r5:t
++ sthh.w r4[r4<<1],r4:b,r4:b
++ sthh.w lr[lr<<1],lr:t,lr:t
++ sthh.w sp[r6<<3],r1:t,r12:t
++ sthh.w r6[r6<<0],r9:t,r9:t
++ sthh.w r10[r3<<0],r0:b,r11:t
++ .text
++ .global sthh_w1
++sthh_w1:
++ sthh.w pc[0],pc:b,pc:b
++ sthh.w r12[1020],r12:t,r12:t
++ sthh.w r5[512],r5:t,r5:t
++ sthh.w r4[508],r4:b,r4:b
++ sthh.w lr[4],lr:t,lr:t
++ sthh.w r4[404],r9:t,r0:b
++ sthh.w r8[348],r2:t,r10:b
++ sthh.w sp[172],r9:b,r2:b
++ .text
++ .global cop
++cop:
++ cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0
++ cop cp7,cr15,cr15,cr15,0x7f
++ cop cp3,cr5,cr5,cr5,0x31
++ cop cp2,cr4,cr4,cr4,0x30
++ cop cp5,cr8,cr3,cr7,0x5a
++ .text
++ .global ldc_w1
++ldc_w1:
++ ldc.w cp0,cr0,r0[0]
++ ldc.w cp7,cr15,pc[255<<2]
++ ldc.w cp3,cr5,r5[128<<2]
++ ldc.w cp2,cr4,r4[127<<2]
++ ldc.w cp4,cr9,r13[36<<2]
++ .text
++ .global ldc_w2
++ldc_w2:
++ ldc.w cp0,cr0,--r0
++ ldc.w cp7,cr15,--pc
++ ldc.w cp3,cr5,--r5
++ ldc.w cp2,cr4,--r4
++ ldc.w cp4,cr9,--r13
++ .text
++ .global ldc_w3
++ldc_w3:
++ ldc.w cp0,cr0,r0[r0]
++ ldc.w cp7,cr15,pc[pc<<3]
++ ldc.w cp3,cr5,r5[r4<<2]
++ ldc.w cp2,cr4,r4[r3<<1]
++ ldc.w cp4,cr9,r13[r12<<0]
++ .text
++ .global ldc_d1
++ldc_d1:
++ ldc.d cp0,cr0,r0[0]
++ ldc.d cp7,cr14,pc[255<<2]
++ ldc.d cp3,cr6,r5[128<<2]
++ ldc.d cp2,cr4,r4[127<<2]
++ ldc.d cp4,cr8,r13[36<<2]
++ .text
++ .global ldc_d2
++ldc_d2:
++ ldc.d cp0,cr0,--r0
++ ldc.d cp7,cr14,--pc
++ ldc.d cp3,cr6,--r5
++ ldc.d cp2,cr4,--r4
++ ldc.d cp4,cr8,--r13
++ .text
++ .global ldc_d3
++ldc_d3:
++ ldc.d cp0,cr0,r0[r0]
++ ldc.d cp7,cr14,pc[pc<<3]
++ ldc.d cp3,cr6,r5[r4<<2]
++ ldc.d cp2,cr4,r4[r3<<1]
++ ldc.d cp4,cr8,r13[r12<<0]
++ .text
++ .global stc_w1
++stc_w1:
++ stc.w cp0,r0[0],cr0
++ stc.w cp7,pc[255<<2],cr15
++ stc.w cp3,r5[128<<2],cr5
++ stc.w cp2,r4[127<<2],cr4
++ stc.w cp4,r13[36<<2],cr9
++ .text
++ .global stc_w2
++stc_w2:
++ stc.w cp0,r0++,cr0
++ stc.w cp7,pc++,cr15
++ stc.w cp3,r5++,cr5
++ stc.w cp2,r4++,cr4
++ stc.w cp4,r13++,cr9
++ .text
++ .global stc_w3
++stc_w3:
++ stc.w cp0,r0[r0],cr0
++ stc.w cp7,pc[pc<<3],cr15
++ stc.w cp3,r5[r4<<2],cr5
++ stc.w cp2,r4[r3<<1],cr4
++ stc.w cp4,r13[r12<<0],cr9
++ .text
++ .global stc_d1
++stc_d1:
++ stc.d cp0,r0[0],cr0
++ stc.d cp7,pc[255<<2],cr14
++ stc.d cp3,r5[128<<2],cr6
++ stc.d cp2,r4[127<<2],cr4
++ stc.d cp4,r13[36<<2],cr8
++ .text
++ .global stc_d2
++stc_d2:
++ stc.d cp0,r0++,cr0
++ stc.d cp7,pc++,cr14
++ stc.d cp3,r5++,cr6
++ stc.d cp2,r4++,cr4
++ stc.d cp4,r13++,cr8
++ .text
++ .global stc_d3
++stc_d3:
++ stc.d cp0,r0[r0],cr0
++ stc.d cp7,pc[pc<<3],cr14
++ stc.d cp3,r5[r4<<2],cr6
++ stc.d cp2,r4[r3<<1],cr4
++ stc.d cp4,r13[r12<<0],cr8
++ .text
++ .global ldc0_w
++ldc0_w:
++ ldc0.w cr0,r0[0]
++ ldc0.w cr15,pc[4095<<2]
++ ldc0.w cr5,r5[2048<<2]
++ ldc0.w cr4,r4[2047<<2]
++ ldc0.w cr9,r13[147<<2]
++ .text
++ .global ldc0_d
++ldc0_d:
++ ldc0.d cr0,r0[0]
++ ldc0.d cr14,pc[4095<<2]
++ ldc0.d cr6,r5[2048<<2]
++ ldc0.d cr4,r4[2047<<2]
++ ldc0.d cr8,r13[147<<2]
++ .text
++ .global stc0_w
++stc0_w:
++ stc0.w r0[0],cr0
++ stc0.w pc[4095<<2],cr15
++ stc0.w r5[2048<<2],cr5
++ stc0.w r4[2047<<2],cr4
++ stc0.w r13[147<<2],cr9
++ .text
++ .global stc0_d
++stc0_d:
++ stc0.d r0[0],cr0
++ stc0.d pc[4095<<2],cr14
++ stc0.d r5[2048<<2],cr6
++ stc0.d r4[2047<<2],cr4
++ stc0.d r13[147<<2],cr8
++ .text
++ .global memc
++memc:
++ memc 0, 0
++ memc -4, 31
++ memc -65536, 16
++ memc 65532, 15
++ .text
++ .global mems
++mems:
++ mems 0, 0
++ mems -4, 31
++ mems -65536, 16
++ mems 65532, 15
++ .text
++ .global memt
++memt:
++ memt 0, 0
++ memt -4, 31
++ memt -65536, 16
++ memt 65532, 15
++
++ .text
++ .global stcond
++stcond:
++ stcond r0[0], r0
++ stcond pc[-1], pc
++ stcond r8[-32768], r7
++ stcond r7[32767], r8
++ stcond r5[0x1234], r10
++
++ldcm_w:
++ ldcm.w cp0,pc,cr0-cr7
++ ldcm.w cp7,r0,cr0
++ ldcm.w cp4,r4++,cr0-cr6
++ ldcm.w cp3,r7,cr7
++ ldcm.w cp1,r12++,cr1,cr4-cr6
++ ldcm.w cp0,pc,cr8-cr15
++ ldcm.w cp7,r0,cr8
++ ldcm.w cp4,r4++,cr8-cr14
++ ldcm.w cp3,r7,cr15
++ ldcm.w cp1,r12++,cr9,cr12-cr14
++
++ldcm_d:
++ ldcm.d cp0,pc,cr0-cr15
++ ldcm.d cp7,r0,cr0,cr1
++ ldcm.d cp4,r4++,cr0-cr13
++ ldcm.d cp3,r7,cr14-cr15
++ ldcm.d cp2,r12++,cr0-cr3,cr8-cr9,cr14-cr15
++
++stcm_w:
++ stcm.w cp0,pc,cr0-cr7
++ stcm.w cp7,r0,cr0
++ stcm.w cp4,--r4,cr0-cr6
++ stcm.w cp3,r7,cr7
++ stcm.w cp1,--r12,cr1,cr4-cr6
++ stcm.w cp0,pc,cr8-cr15
++ stcm.w cp7,r0,cr8
++ stcm.w cp4,--r4,cr8-cr14
++ stcm.w cp3,r7,cr15
++ stcm.w cp1,--r12,cr9,cr12-cr14
++
++stcm_d:
++ stcm.d cp0,pc,cr0-cr15
++ stcm.d cp7,r0,cr0,cr1
++ stcm.d cp4,--r4,cr0-cr13
++ stcm.d cp3,r7,cr14-cr15
++ stcm.d cp2,--r12,cr0-cr3,cr8-cr9,cr14-cr15
++
++mvcr_w:
++ mvcr.w cp7,pc,cr15
++ mvcr.w cp0,r0,cr0
++ mvcr.w cp0,pc,cr15
++ mvcr.w cp7,r0,cr15
++ mvcr.w cp7,pc,cr0
++ mvcr.w cp4,r7,cr8
++ mvcr.w cp3,r8,cr7
++
++mvcr_d:
++ mvcr.d cp7,lr,cr14
++ mvcr.d cp0,r0,cr0
++ mvcr.d cp0,lr,cr14
++ mvcr.d cp7,r0,cr14
++ mvcr.d cp7,lr,cr0
++ mvcr.d cp4,r6,cr8
++ mvcr.d cp3,r8,cr6
++
++mvrc_w:
++ mvrc.w cp7,cr15,pc
++ mvrc.w cp0,cr0,r0
++ mvrc.w cp0,cr15,pc
++ mvrc.w cp7,cr15,r0
++ mvrc.w cp7,cr0,pc
++ mvrc.w cp4,cr8,r7
++ mvrc.w cp3,cr7,r8
++
++mvrc_d:
++ mvrc.d cp7,cr14,lr
++ mvrc.d cp0,cr0,r0
++ mvrc.d cp0,cr14,lr
++ mvrc.d cp7,cr14,r0
++ mvrc.d cp7,cr0,lr
++ mvrc.d cp4,cr8,r6
++ mvrc.d cp3,cr6,r8
++
++bfexts:
++ bfexts pc,pc,31,31
++ bfexts r0,r0,0,0
++ bfexts r0,pc,31,31
++ bfexts pc,r0,31,31
++ bfexts pc,pc,0,31
++ bfexts pc,pc,31,0
++ bfexts r7,r8,15,16
++ bfexts r8,r7,16,15
++
++bfextu:
++ bfextu pc,pc,31,31
++ bfextu r0,r0,0,0
++ bfextu r0,pc,31,31
++ bfextu pc,r0,31,31
++ bfextu pc,pc,0,31
++ bfextu pc,pc,31,0
++ bfextu r7,r8,15,16
++ bfextu r8,r7,16,15
++
++bfins:
++ bfins pc,pc,31,31
++ bfins r0,r0,0,0
++ bfins r0,pc,31,31
++ bfins pc,r0,31,31
++ bfins pc,pc,0,31
++ bfins pc,pc,31,0
++ bfins r7,r8,15,16
++ bfins r8,r7,16,15
++
++rsubc:
++ rsubeq pc,0
++ rsubal r12,-1
++ rsubls r5,-128
++ rsubpl r4,127
++ rsubne lr,1
++ rsubls r12,118
++ rsubvc lr,-12
++ rsubmi r4,-13
++
++addc:
++ addeq pc,pc,pc
++ addal r12,r12,r12
++ addls r5,r5,r5
++ addpl r4,r4,r4
++ addne lr,lr,lr
++ addls r10,r2,r1
++ addvc r12,r8,r11
++ addmi r10,r7,r0
++
++subc2:
++ subeq pc,pc,pc
++ subal r12,r12,r12
++ subls r5,r5,r5
++ subpl r4,r4,r4
++ subne lr,lr,lr
++ subls r10,r2,r1
++ subvc r12,r8,r11
++ submi r10,r7,r0
++
++andc:
++ andeq pc,pc,pc
++ andal r12,r12,r12
++ andls r5,r5,r5
++ andpl r4,r4,r4
++ andne lr,lr,lr
++ andls r10,r2,r1
++ andvc r12,r8,r11
++ andmi r10,r7,r0
++
++orc:
++ oreq pc,pc,pc
++ oral r12,r12,r12
++ orls r5,r5,r5
++ orpl r4,r4,r4
++ orne lr,lr,lr
++ orls r10,r2,r1
++ orvc r12,r8,r11
++ ormi r10,r7,r0
++
++eorc:
++ eoreq pc,pc,pc
++ eoral r12,r12,r12
++ eorls r5,r5,r5
++ eorpl r4,r4,r4
++ eorne lr,lr,lr
++ eorls r10,r2,r1
++ eorvc r12,r8,r11
++ eormi r10,r7,r0
++
++ldcond:
++ ld.weq pc,pc[2044]
++ ld.shal r12,r12[1022]
++ ld.uhls r5,r5[0]
++ ld.ubpl r4,r4[511]
++ ld.sbne lr,lr[0]
++ ld.wls r10,r2[0]
++ ld.shvc r12,r8[0x3fe]
++ ld.ubmi r10,r7[1]
++
++stcond2:
++ st.weq pc[2044],pc
++ st.hal r12[1022],r12
++ st.hls r5[0],r5
++ st.bpl r4[511],r4
++ st.bne lr[0],lr
++ st.wls r2[0],r10
++ st.hvc r8[0x3fe],r12
++ st.bmi r7[1],r10
++
++movh:
++ movh pc, 65535
++ movh r0, 0
++ movh r5, 1
++ movh r12, 32767
++
++
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/avr32.exp
+@@ -0,0 +1,23 @@
++# AVR32 assembler testsuite. -*- Tcl -*-
++
++if [istarget avr32-*-*] {
++ run_dump_test "hwrd-lwrd"
++ run_dump_test "pcrel"
++ run_dump_test "aliases"
++ run_dump_test "dwarf2"
++ run_dump_test "pic_reloc"
++ run_dump_test "fpinsn"
++ run_dump_test "pico"
++ run_dump_test "lda_pic"
++ run_dump_test "lda_pic_linkrelax"
++ run_dump_test "lda_nopic"
++ run_dump_test "lda_nopic_linkrelax"
++ run_dump_test "call_pic"
++ run_dump_test "call_pic_linkrelax"
++ run_dump_test "call_nopic"
++ run_dump_test "call_nopic_linkrelax"
++ run_dump_test "jmptable"
++ run_dump_test "jmptable_linkrelax"
++ run_dump_test "symdiff"
++ run_dump_test "symdiff_linkrelax"
++}
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/call_nopic.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,36 @@
++#source: call.s
++#as:
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: call_nopic
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++00000000 <call_test>:
++ 0: d7 03 nop
++
++00000002 <toofar_negative>:
++ \.\.\.
++ 1ffffe: 00 00 add r0,r0
++ 200000: f0 a0 00 00 rcall 0 <call_test>
++ 200004: f0 1f 00 0c mcall 200034 <toofar_negative\+0x200032>
++ 200008: f0 1f 00 0c mcall 200038 <toofar_negative\+0x200036>
++ 20000c: f0 1f 00 0c mcall 20003c <toofar_negative\+0x20003a>
++ 200010: f0 1f 00 0c mcall 200040 <toofar_negative\+0x20003e>
++ \.\.\.
++ 200030: ee b0 ff ff rcall 40002e <far_positive>
++ \.\.\.
++ 200034: R_AVR32_32_CPENT \.text\+0x2
++ 200038: R_AVR32_32_CPENT \.text\.init
++ 20003c: R_AVR32_32_CPENT undefined
++ 200040: R_AVR32_32_CPENT \.text\+0x40002c
++
++0040002c <toofar_positive>:
++ 40002c: d7 03 nop
++0040002e <far_positive>:
++ 40002e: d7 03 nop
++Disassembly of section \.text\.init:
++
++00000000 <different_section>:
++ 0: e2 c0 00 00 sub r0,r1,0
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/call_nopic_linkrelax.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,43 @@
++#source: call.s
++#as: --linkrelax
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: call_nopic_linkrelax
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++00000000 <call_test>:
++ 0: d7 03 nop
++
++00000002 <toofar_negative>:
++ \.\.\.
++ 1ffffe: 00 00 add r0,r0
++ 200000: e0 a0 00 00 rcall 200000 <toofar_negative\+0x1ffffe>
++ 200000: R_AVR32_22H_PCREL \.text
++ 200004: f0 1f 00 00 mcall 200004 <toofar_negative\+0x200002>
++ 200004: R_AVR32_CPCALL \.text\+0x200034
++ 200008: f0 1f 00 00 mcall 200008 <toofar_negative\+0x200006>
++ 200008: R_AVR32_CPCALL \.text\+0x200038
++ 20000c: f0 1f 00 00 mcall 20000c <toofar_negative\+0x20000a>
++ 20000c: R_AVR32_CPCALL \.text\+0x20003c
++ 200010: f0 1f 00 00 mcall 200010 <toofar_negative\+0x20000e>
++ 200010: R_AVR32_CPCALL \.text\+0x200040
++ \.\.\.
++ 200030: e0 a0 00 00 rcall 200030 <toofar_negative\+0x20002e>
++ 200030: R_AVR32_22H_PCREL \.text\+0x40002e
++ \.\.\.
++ 200034: R_AVR32_ALIGN \*ABS\*\+0x2
++ 200034: R_AVR32_32_CPENT \.text\+0x2
++ 200038: R_AVR32_32_CPENT \.text\.init
++ 20003c: R_AVR32_32_CPENT undefined
++ 200040: R_AVR32_32_CPENT \.text\+0x40002c
++
++0040002c <toofar_positive>:
++ 40002c: d7 03 nop
++0040002e <far_positive>:
++ 40002e: d7 03 nop
++Disassembly of section \.text\.init:
++
++00000000 <different_section>:
++ 0: e2 c0 00 00 sub r0,r1,0
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/call_pic.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,36 @@
++#source: call.s
++#as: --pic
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: call_pic
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++00000000 <call_test>:
++ 0: d7 03 nop
++
++00000002 <toofar_negative>:
++ \.\.\.
++ 1ffffe: 00 00 add r0,r0
++ 200000: f0 a0 00 00 rcall 0 <call_test>
++ 200004: f0 16 00 00 mcall r6\[0\]
++ 200004: R_AVR32_GOT18SW toofar_negative
++ 200008: f0 16 00 00 mcall r6\[0\]
++ 200008: R_AVR32_GOT18SW different_section
++ 20000c: f0 16 00 00 mcall r6\[0\]
++ 20000c: R_AVR32_GOT18SW undefined
++ 200010: f0 16 00 00 mcall r6\[0\]
++ 200010: R_AVR32_GOT18SW toofar_positive
++ \.\.\.
++ 200030: ee b0 ff ff rcall 40002e <far_positive>
++ \.\.\.
++
++0040002c <toofar_positive>:
++ 40002c: d7 03 nop
++0040002e <far_positive>:
++ 40002e: d7 03 nop
++Disassembly of section \.text\.init:
++
++00000000 <different_section>:
++ 0: e2 c0 00 00 sub r0,r1,0
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/call_pic_linkrelax.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,47 @@
++#source: call.s
++#as: --pic --linkrelax
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: call_pic_linkrelax
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++00000000 <call_test>:
++ 0: d7 03 nop
++
++00000002 <toofar_negative>:
++ \.\.\.
++ 1ffffe: 00 00 add r0,r0
++ 200000: e0 a0 00 00 rcall 200000 <toofar_negative\+0x1ffffe>
++ 200000: R_AVR32_22H_PCREL \.text
++ 200004: e0 6e 00 00 mov lr,0
++ 200004: R_AVR32_GOTCALL toofar_negative
++ 200008: ec 0e 03 2e ld\.w lr,r6\[lr<<0x2\]
++ 20000c: 5d 1e icall lr
++ 20000e: e0 6e 00 00 mov lr,0
++ 20000e: R_AVR32_GOTCALL different_section
++ 200012: ec 0e 03 2e ld\.w lr,r6\[lr<<0x2\]
++ 200016: 5d 1e icall lr
++ 200018: e0 6e 00 00 mov lr,0
++ 200018: R_AVR32_GOTCALL undefined
++ 20001c: ec 0e 03 2e ld\.w lr,r6\[lr<<0x2\]
++ 200020: 5d 1e icall lr
++ 200022: e0 6e 00 00 mov lr,0
++ 200022: R_AVR32_GOTCALL toofar_positive
++ 200026: ec 0e 03 2e ld\.w lr,r6\[lr<<0x2\]
++ 20002a: 5d 1e icall lr
++ 20002c: 00 00 add r0,r0
++ 20002e: 00 00 add r0,r0
++ 200030: e0 a0 00 00 rcall 200030 <toofar_negative\+0x20002e>
++ 200030: R_AVR32_22H_PCREL \.text\+0x40002e
++ \.\.\.
++
++0040002c <toofar_positive>:
++ 40002c: d7 03 nop
++0040002e <far_positive>:
++ 40002e: d7 03 nop
++Disassembly of section \.text\.init:
++
++00000000 <different_section>:
++ 0: e2 c0 00 00 sub r0,r1,0
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/call.s
+@@ -0,0 +1,30 @@
++
++ .text
++ .global call_test
++call_test:
++far_negative:
++ nop
++toofar_negative:
++
++ .org 0x200000
++
++ call far_negative
++ call toofar_negative
++ call different_section
++ call undefined
++ call toofar_positive
++ .org 0x200030
++ call far_positive
++
++ .cpool
++
++ .org 0x40002c
++
++toofar_positive:
++ nop
++far_positive:
++ nop
++
++ .section .text.init,"ax",@progbits
++different_section:
++ sub r0, r1, 0
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/dwarf2.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,42 @@
++#readelf: -wl
++#name: dwarf2
++#source: dwarf2.s
++
++Dump of debug contents of section \.debug_line:
++
++ Length: 53
++ DWARF Version: 2
++ Prologue Length: 26
++ Minimum Instruction Length: 1
++ Initial value of 'is_stmt': 1
++ Line Base: -5
++ Line Range: 14
++ Opcode Base: 10
++ \(Pointer size: 4\)
++
++ Opcodes:
++ Opcode 1 has 0 args
++ Opcode 2 has 1 args
++ Opcode 3 has 1 args
++ Opcode 4 has 1 args
++ Opcode 5 has 1 args
++ Opcode 6 has 0 args
++ Opcode 7 has 0 args
++ Opcode 8 has 0 args
++ Opcode 9 has 1 args
++
++ The Directory Table is empty\.
++
++ The File Name Table:
++ Entry Dir Time Size Name
++ 1 0 0 0 main\.c
++
++ Line Number Statements:
++ Extended opcode 2: set Address to 0x0
++ Advance Line by 87 to 88
++ Copy
++ Advance Line by 23 to 111
++ Special opcode .*: advance Address by 4 to 0x4 and Line by 0 to 111
++ Special opcode .*: advance Address by 10 to 0xe and Line by 1 to 112
++ Advance PC by 530 to 220
++ Extended opcode 1: End of Sequence
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/dwarf2.s
+@@ -0,0 +1,67 @@
++# Source file used to test DWARF2 information for AVR32.
++
++ .file "main.c"
++
++ .section .debug_abbrev,"",@progbits
++.Ldebug_abbrev0:
++ .section .debug_info,"",@progbits
++.Ldebug_info0:
++ .section .debug_line,"",@progbits
++.Ldebug_line0:
++
++ .text
++ .align 1
++ .globl main
++ .type main, @function
++.Ltext0:
++main:
++ .file 1 "main.c"
++ .loc 1 88 0
++ pushm r0-r7,lr
++ sub sp, 4
++ .loc 1 111 0
++ lddpc r12, .LC1
++ lddpc r7, .LC1
++ icall r7
++ .loc 1 112 0
++ lddpc r6, .LC4
++
++ .align 2
++.LC4: .int 0
++
++ .fill 256, 2, 0
++
++ .align 2
++.LC1:
++ .int 0
++.LC2:
++ .int 0
++.LC3:
++ .int 0
++ .size main, . - main
++
++.Letext0:
++
++ .section .debug_info
++ .int .Ledebug_info0 - .Ldebug_info0 // size
++ .short 2 // version
++ .int .Ldebug_abbrev0 // abbrev offset
++ .byte 4 // bytes per addr
++
++ .uleb128 1 // abbrev 1
++ .int .Ldebug_line0 // DW_AT_stmt_list
++ .int .Letext0 // DW_AT_high_pc
++ .int .Ltext0 // DW_AT_low_pc
++
++.Ledebug_info0:
++
++ .section .debug_abbrev
++ .uleb128 0x01
++ .uleb128 0x11 // DW_TAG_compile_unit
++ .byte 0 // DW_CHILDREN_no
++ .uleb128 0x10, 0x6 // DW_AT_stmt_list
++ .uleb128 0x12, 0x1 // DW_AT_high_pc
++ .uleb128 0x11, 0x1 // DW_AT_low_pc
++ .uleb128 0, 0
++
++ .byte 0
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/fpinsn.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,271 @@
++#as:
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: fpinsn
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fadd_s>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a2 0f ff cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr15,0x4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a2 00 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a2 00 ff cop cp0,cr0,cr15,cr15,0x4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a2 0f 0f cop cp0,cr15,cr0,cr15,0x4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a2 0f f0 cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr0,0x4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a2 07 88 cop cp0,cr7,cr8,cr8,0x4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a2 08 78 cop cp0,cr8,cr7,cr8,0x4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a2 08 87 cop cp0,cr8,cr8,cr7,0x4
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fsub_s>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a2 1f ff cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr15,0x5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a2 10 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a2 10 ff cop cp0,cr0,cr15,cr15,0x5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a2 1f 0f cop cp0,cr15,cr0,cr15,0x5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a2 1f f0 cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr0,0x5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a2 17 88 cop cp0,cr7,cr8,cr8,0x5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a2 18 78 cop cp0,cr8,cr7,cr8,0x5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a2 18 87 cop cp0,cr8,cr8,cr7,0x5
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fmac_s>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 0f ff cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr15,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 00 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 00 ff cop cp0,cr0,cr15,cr15,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 0f 0f cop cp0,cr15,cr0,cr15,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 0f f0 cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr0,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 07 88 cop cp0,cr7,cr8,cr8,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 08 78 cop cp0,cr8,cr7,cr8,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 08 87 cop cp0,cr8,cr8,cr7,0x0
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fnmac_s>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 1f ff cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr15,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 10 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 10 ff cop cp0,cr0,cr15,cr15,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 1f 0f cop cp0,cr15,cr0,cr15,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 1f f0 cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr0,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 17 88 cop cp0,cr7,cr8,cr8,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 18 78 cop cp0,cr8,cr7,cr8,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 18 87 cop cp0,cr8,cr8,cr7,0x1
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fmsc_s>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a1 0f ff cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr15,0x2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a1 00 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a1 00 ff cop cp0,cr0,cr15,cr15,0x2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a1 0f 0f cop cp0,cr15,cr0,cr15,0x2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a1 0f f0 cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr0,0x2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a1 07 88 cop cp0,cr7,cr8,cr8,0x2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a1 08 78 cop cp0,cr8,cr7,cr8,0x2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a1 08 87 cop cp0,cr8,cr8,cr7,0x2
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fnmsc_s>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a1 1f ff cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr15,0x3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a1 10 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a1 10 ff cop cp0,cr0,cr15,cr15,0x3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a1 1f 0f cop cp0,cr15,cr0,cr15,0x3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a1 1f f0 cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr0,0x3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a1 17 88 cop cp0,cr7,cr8,cr8,0x3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a1 18 78 cop cp0,cr8,cr7,cr8,0x3
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a1 18 87 cop cp0,cr8,cr8,cr7,0x3
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fmul_s>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a3 0f ff cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr15,0x6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a3 00 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a3 00 ff cop cp0,cr0,cr15,cr15,0x6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a3 0f 0f cop cp0,cr15,cr0,cr15,0x6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a3 0f f0 cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr0,0x6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a3 07 88 cop cp0,cr7,cr8,cr8,0x6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a3 08 78 cop cp0,cr8,cr7,cr8,0x6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a3 08 87 cop cp0,cr8,cr8,cr7,0x6
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fnmul_s>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a3 1f ff cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr15,0x7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a3 10 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a3 10 ff cop cp0,cr0,cr15,cr15,0x7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a3 1f 0f cop cp0,cr15,cr0,cr15,0x7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a3 1f f0 cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr0,0x7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a3 17 88 cop cp0,cr7,cr8,cr8,0x7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a3 18 78 cop cp0,cr8,cr7,cr8,0x7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a3 18 87 cop cp0,cr8,cr8,cr7,0x7
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fneg_s>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a4 0f f0 cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr0,0x8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a4 00 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a4 00 f0 cop cp0,cr0,cr15,cr0,0x8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a4 0f 00 cop cp0,cr15,cr0,cr0,0x8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a4 07 80 cop cp0,cr7,cr8,cr0,0x8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a4 08 70 cop cp0,cr8,cr7,cr0,0x8
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fabs_s>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a4 1f f0 cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr0,0x9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a4 10 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a4 10 f0 cop cp0,cr0,cr15,cr0,0x9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a4 1f 00 cop cp0,cr15,cr0,cr0,0x9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a4 17 80 cop cp0,cr7,cr8,cr0,0x9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a4 18 70 cop cp0,cr8,cr7,cr0,0x9
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fcmp_s>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a6 10 ff cop cp0,cr0,cr15,cr15,0xd
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a6 10 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0xd
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a6 10 0f cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr15,0xd
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a6 10 f0 cop cp0,cr0,cr15,cr0,0xd
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a6 10 78 cop cp0,cr0,cr7,cr8,0xd
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a6 10 87 cop cp0,cr0,cr8,cr7,0xd
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fadd_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a2 0e ee cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr14,0x44
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a2 00 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x44
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a2 00 ee cop cp0,cr0,cr14,cr14,0x44
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a2 0e 0e cop cp0,cr14,cr0,cr14,0x44
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a2 0e e0 cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr0,0x44
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a2 06 88 cop cp0,cr6,cr8,cr8,0x44
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a2 08 68 cop cp0,cr8,cr6,cr8,0x44
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a2 08 86 cop cp0,cr8,cr8,cr6,0x44
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fsub_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a2 1e ee cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr14,0x45
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a2 10 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x45
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a2 10 ee cop cp0,cr0,cr14,cr14,0x45
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a2 1e 0e cop cp0,cr14,cr0,cr14,0x45
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a2 1e e0 cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr0,0x45
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a2 16 88 cop cp0,cr6,cr8,cr8,0x45
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a2 18 68 cop cp0,cr8,cr6,cr8,0x45
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a2 18 86 cop cp0,cr8,cr8,cr6,0x45
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fmac_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a0 0e ee cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr14,0x40
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a0 00 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x40
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a0 00 ee cop cp0,cr0,cr14,cr14,0x40
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a0 0e 0e cop cp0,cr14,cr0,cr14,0x40
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a0 0e e0 cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr0,0x40
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a0 06 88 cop cp0,cr6,cr8,cr8,0x40
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a0 08 68 cop cp0,cr8,cr6,cr8,0x40
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a0 08 86 cop cp0,cr8,cr8,cr6,0x40
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fnmac_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a0 1e ee cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr14,0x41
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a0 10 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x41
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a0 10 ee cop cp0,cr0,cr14,cr14,0x41
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a0 1e 0e cop cp0,cr14,cr0,cr14,0x41
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a0 1e e0 cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr0,0x41
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a0 16 88 cop cp0,cr6,cr8,cr8,0x41
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a0 18 68 cop cp0,cr8,cr6,cr8,0x41
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a0 18 86 cop cp0,cr8,cr8,cr6,0x41
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fmsc_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a1 0e ee cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr14,0x42
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a1 00 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x42
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a1 00 ee cop cp0,cr0,cr14,cr14,0x42
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a1 0e 0e cop cp0,cr14,cr0,cr14,0x42
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a1 0e e0 cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr0,0x42
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a1 06 88 cop cp0,cr6,cr8,cr8,0x42
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a1 08 68 cop cp0,cr8,cr6,cr8,0x42
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a1 08 86 cop cp0,cr8,cr8,cr6,0x42
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fnmsc_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a1 1e ee cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr14,0x43
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a1 10 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x43
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a1 10 ee cop cp0,cr0,cr14,cr14,0x43
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a1 1e 0e cop cp0,cr14,cr0,cr14,0x43
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a1 1e e0 cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr0,0x43
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a1 16 88 cop cp0,cr6,cr8,cr8,0x43
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a1 18 68 cop cp0,cr8,cr6,cr8,0x43
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a1 18 86 cop cp0,cr8,cr8,cr6,0x43
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fmul_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a3 0e ee cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr14,0x46
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a3 00 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x46
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a3 00 ee cop cp0,cr0,cr14,cr14,0x46
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a3 0e 0e cop cp0,cr14,cr0,cr14,0x46
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a3 0e e0 cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr0,0x46
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a3 06 88 cop cp0,cr6,cr8,cr8,0x46
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a3 08 68 cop cp0,cr8,cr6,cr8,0x46
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a3 08 86 cop cp0,cr8,cr8,cr6,0x46
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fnmul_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a3 1e ee cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr14,0x47
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a3 10 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x47
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a3 10 ee cop cp0,cr0,cr14,cr14,0x47
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a3 1e 0e cop cp0,cr14,cr0,cr14,0x47
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a3 1e e0 cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr0,0x47
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a3 16 88 cop cp0,cr6,cr8,cr8,0x47
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a3 18 68 cop cp0,cr8,cr6,cr8,0x47
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a3 18 86 cop cp0,cr8,cr8,cr6,0x47
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fneg_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a4 0e e0 cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr0,0x48
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a4 00 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x48
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a4 00 e0 cop cp0,cr0,cr14,cr0,0x48
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a4 0e 00 cop cp0,cr14,cr0,cr0,0x48
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a4 06 80 cop cp0,cr6,cr8,cr0,0x48
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a4 08 60 cop cp0,cr8,cr6,cr0,0x48
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fabs_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a4 1e e0 cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr0,0x49
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a4 10 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x49
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a4 10 e0 cop cp0,cr0,cr14,cr0,0x49
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a4 1e 00 cop cp0,cr14,cr0,cr0,0x49
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a4 16 80 cop cp0,cr6,cr8,cr0,0x49
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a4 18 60 cop cp0,cr8,cr6,cr0,0x49
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fcmp_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a6 10 ee cop cp0,cr0,cr14,cr14,0x4d
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a6 10 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x4d
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a6 10 0e cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr14,0x4d
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a6 10 e0 cop cp0,cr0,cr14,cr0,0x4d
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a6 10 68 cop cp0,cr0,cr6,cr8,0x4d
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a6 10 86 cop cp0,cr0,cr8,cr6,0x4d
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fmov_s>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a5 0f f0 cop cp0,cr15,cr15,cr0,0xa
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a5 00 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0xa
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a5 0f 00 cop cp0,cr15,cr0,cr0,0xa
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a5 00 f0 cop cp0,cr0,cr15,cr0,0xa
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a5 08 70 cop cp0,cr8,cr7,cr0,0xa
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a5 07 80 cop cp0,cr7,cr8,cr0,0xa
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af 0f 00 mvcr.w cp0,pc,cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 00 00 mvcr.w cp0,r0,cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af 00 00 mvcr.w cp0,pc,cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 0f 00 mvcr.w cp0,r0,cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a8 07 00 mvcr.w cp0,r8,cr7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a7 08 00 mvcr.w cp0,r7,cr8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af 0f 20 mvrc.w cp0,cr15,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 00 20 mvrc.w cp0,cr0,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 0f 20 mvrc.w cp0,cr15,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af 00 20 mvrc.w cp0,cr0,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a7 08 20 mvrc.w cp0,cr8,r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a8 07 20 mvrc.w cp0,cr7,r8
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fmov_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a5 0e e0 cop cp0,cr14,cr14,cr0,0x4a
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a5 00 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x4a
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a5 0e 00 cop cp0,cr14,cr0,cr0,0x4a
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a5 00 e0 cop cp0,cr0,cr14,cr0,0x4a
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a5 08 60 cop cp0,cr8,cr6,cr0,0x4a
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e5 a5 06 80 cop cp0,cr6,cr8,cr0,0x4a
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ae 0e 10 mvcr.d cp0,lr,cr14
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 00 10 mvcr.d cp0,r0,cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ae 00 10 mvcr.d cp0,lr,cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 0e 10 mvcr.d cp0,r0,cr14
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a8 06 10 mvcr.d cp0,r8,cr6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a6 08 10 mvcr.d cp0,r6,cr8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ae 0e 30 mvrc.d cp0,cr14,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 00 30 mvrc.d cp0,cr0,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 0e 30 mvrc.d cp0,cr14,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ae 00 30 mvrc.d cp0,cr0,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a6 08 30 mvrc.d cp0,cr8,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a8 06 30 mvrc.d cp0,cr6,r8
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fcasts_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a7 1f e0 cop cp0,cr15,cr14,cr0,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a7 10 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a7 1f 00 cop cp0,cr15,cr0,cr0,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a7 10 e0 cop cp0,cr0,cr14,cr0,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a7 18 60 cop cp0,cr8,cr6,cr0,0xf
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a7 17 80 cop cp0,cr7,cr8,cr0,0xf
++
++[0-9a-f]* <fcastd_s>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a8 0e f0 cop cp0,cr14,cr15,cr0,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a8 00 00 cop cp0,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a8 0e 00 cop cp0,cr14,cr0,cr0,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a8 00 f0 cop cp0,cr0,cr15,cr0,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a8 08 70 cop cp0,cr8,cr7,cr0,0x10
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a8 06 80 cop cp0,cr6,cr8,cr0,0x10
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/fpinsn.s
+@@ -0,0 +1,266 @@
++
++ .text
++ .global fadd_s
++fadd_s:
++ fadd.s fr15, fr15, fr15
++ fadd.s fr0, fr0, fr0
++ fadd.s fr0, fr15, fr15
++ fadd.s fr15, fr0, fr15
++ fadd.s fr15, fr15, fr0
++ fadd.s fr7, fr8, fr8
++ fadd.s fr8, fr7, fr8
++ fadd.s fr8, fr8, fr7
++ .global fsub_s
++fsub_s:
++ fsub.s fr15, fr15, fr15
++ fsub.s fr0, fr0, fr0
++ fsub.s fr0, fr15, fr15
++ fsub.s fr15, fr0, fr15
++ fsub.s fr15, fr15, fr0
++ fsub.s fr7, fr8, fr8
++ fsub.s fr8, fr7, fr8
++ fsub.s fr8, fr8, fr7
++ .global fmac_s
++fmac_s:
++ fmac.s fr15, fr15, fr15
++ fmac.s fr0, fr0, fr0
++ fmac.s fr0, fr15, fr15
++ fmac.s fr15, fr0, fr15
++ fmac.s fr15, fr15, fr0
++ fmac.s fr7, fr8, fr8
++ fmac.s fr8, fr7, fr8
++ fmac.s fr8, fr8, fr7
++ .global fnmac_s
++fnmac_s:
++ fnmac.s fr15, fr15, fr15
++ fnmac.s fr0, fr0, fr0
++ fnmac.s fr0, fr15, fr15
++ fnmac.s fr15, fr0, fr15
++ fnmac.s fr15, fr15, fr0
++ fnmac.s fr7, fr8, fr8
++ fnmac.s fr8, fr7, fr8
++ fnmac.s fr8, fr8, fr7
++ .global fmsc_s
++fmsc_s:
++ fmsc.s fr15, fr15, fr15
++ fmsc.s fr0, fr0, fr0
++ fmsc.s fr0, fr15, fr15
++ fmsc.s fr15, fr0, fr15
++ fmsc.s fr15, fr15, fr0
++ fmsc.s fr7, fr8, fr8
++ fmsc.s fr8, fr7, fr8
++ fmsc.s fr8, fr8, fr7
++ .global fnmsc_s
++fnmsc_s:
++ fnmsc.s fr15, fr15, fr15
++ fnmsc.s fr0, fr0, fr0
++ fnmsc.s fr0, fr15, fr15
++ fnmsc.s fr15, fr0, fr15
++ fnmsc.s fr15, fr15, fr0
++ fnmsc.s fr7, fr8, fr8
++ fnmsc.s fr8, fr7, fr8
++ fnmsc.s fr8, fr8, fr7
++ .global fmul_s
++fmul_s:
++ fmul.s fr15, fr15, fr15
++ fmul.s fr0, fr0, fr0
++ fmul.s fr0, fr15, fr15
++ fmul.s fr15, fr0, fr15
++ fmul.s fr15, fr15, fr0
++ fmul.s fr7, fr8, fr8
++ fmul.s fr8, fr7, fr8
++ fmul.s fr8, fr8, fr7
++ .global fnmul_s
++fnmul_s:
++ fnmul.s fr15, fr15, fr15
++ fnmul.s fr0, fr0, fr0
++ fnmul.s fr0, fr15, fr15
++ fnmul.s fr15, fr0, fr15
++ fnmul.s fr15, fr15, fr0
++ fnmul.s fr7, fr8, fr8
++ fnmul.s fr8, fr7, fr8
++ fnmul.s fr8, fr8, fr7
++ .global fneg_s
++fneg_s:
++ fneg.s fr15, fr15
++ fneg.s fr0, fr0
++ fneg.s fr0, fr15
++ fneg.s fr15, fr0
++ fneg.s fr7, fr8
++ fneg.s fr8, fr7
++ .global fabs_s
++fabs_s:
++ fabs.s fr15, fr15
++ fabs.s fr0, fr0
++ fabs.s fr0, fr15
++ fabs.s fr15, fr0
++ fabs.s fr7, fr8
++ fabs.s fr8, fr7
++ .global fcmp_s
++fcmp_s:
++ fcmp.s fr15, fr15
++ fcmp.s fr0, fr0
++ fcmp.s fr0, fr15
++ fcmp.s fr15, fr0
++ fcmp.s fr7, fr8
++ fcmp.s fr8, fr7
++ .global fadd_d
++fadd_d:
++ fadd.d fr14, fr14, fr14
++ fadd.d fr0, fr0, fr0
++ fadd.d fr0, fr14, fr14
++ fadd.d fr14, fr0, fr14
++ fadd.d fr14, fr14, fr0
++ fadd.d fr6, fr8, fr8
++ fadd.d fr8, fr6, fr8
++ fadd.d fr8, fr8, fr6
++ .global fsub_d
++fsub_d:
++ fsub.d fr14, fr14, fr14
++ fsub.d fr0, fr0, fr0
++ fsub.d fr0, fr14, fr14
++ fsub.d fr14, fr0, fr14
++ fsub.d fr14, fr14, fr0
++ fsub.d fr6, fr8, fr8
++ fsub.d fr8, fr6, fr8
++ fsub.d fr8, fr8, fr6
++ .global fmac_d
++fmac_d:
++ fmac.d fr14, fr14, fr14
++ fmac.d fr0, fr0, fr0
++ fmac.d fr0, fr14, fr14
++ fmac.d fr14, fr0, fr14
++ fmac.d fr14, fr14, fr0
++ fmac.d fr6, fr8, fr8
++ fmac.d fr8, fr6, fr8
++ fmac.d fr8, fr8, fr6
++ .global fnmac_d
++fnmac_d:
++ fnmac.d fr14, fr14, fr14
++ fnmac.d fr0, fr0, fr0
++ fnmac.d fr0, fr14, fr14
++ fnmac.d fr14, fr0, fr14
++ fnmac.d fr14, fr14, fr0
++ fnmac.d fr6, fr8, fr8
++ fnmac.d fr8, fr6, fr8
++ fnmac.d fr8, fr8, fr6
++ .global fmsc_d
++fmsc_d:
++ fmsc.d fr14, fr14, fr14
++ fmsc.d fr0, fr0, fr0
++ fmsc.d fr0, fr14, fr14
++ fmsc.d fr14, fr0, fr14
++ fmsc.d fr14, fr14, fr0
++ fmsc.d fr6, fr8, fr8
++ fmsc.d fr8, fr6, fr8
++ fmsc.d fr8, fr8, fr6
++ .global fnmsc_d
++fnmsc_d:
++ fnmsc.d fr14, fr14, fr14
++ fnmsc.d fr0, fr0, fr0
++ fnmsc.d fr0, fr14, fr14
++ fnmsc.d fr14, fr0, fr14
++ fnmsc.d fr14, fr14, fr0
++ fnmsc.d fr6, fr8, fr8
++ fnmsc.d fr8, fr6, fr8
++ fnmsc.d fr8, fr8, fr6
++ .global fmul_d
++fmul_d:
++ fmul.d fr14, fr14, fr14
++ fmul.d fr0, fr0, fr0
++ fmul.d fr0, fr14, fr14
++ fmul.d fr14, fr0, fr14
++ fmul.d fr14, fr14, fr0
++ fmul.d fr6, fr8, fr8
++ fmul.d fr8, fr6, fr8
++ fmul.d fr8, fr8, fr6
++ .global fnmul_d
++fnmul_d:
++ fnmul.d fr14, fr14, fr14
++ fnmul.d fr0, fr0, fr0
++ fnmul.d fr0, fr14, fr14
++ fnmul.d fr14, fr0, fr14
++ fnmul.d fr14, fr14, fr0
++ fnmul.d fr6, fr8, fr8
++ fnmul.d fr8, fr6, fr8
++ fnmul.d fr8, fr8, fr6
++ .global fneg_d
++fneg_d:
++ fneg.d fr14, fr14
++ fneg.d fr0, fr0
++ fneg.d fr0, fr14
++ fneg.d fr14, fr0
++ fneg.d fr6, fr8
++ fneg.d fr8, fr6
++ .global fabs_d
++fabs_d:
++ fabs.d fr14, fr14
++ fabs.d fr0, fr0
++ fabs.d fr0, fr14
++ fabs.d fr14, fr0
++ fabs.d fr6, fr8
++ fabs.d fr8, fr6
++ .global fcmp_d
++fcmp_d:
++ fcmp.d fr14, fr14
++ fcmp.d fr0, fr0
++ fcmp.d fr0, fr14
++ fcmp.d fr14, fr0
++ fcmp.d fr6, fr8
++ fcmp.d fr8, fr6
++ .global fmov_s
++fmov_s:
++ fmov.s fr15, fr15
++ fmov.s fr0, fr0
++ fmov.s fr15, fr0
++ fmov.s fr0, fr15
++ fmov.s fr8, fr7
++ fmov.s fr7, fr8
++ fmov.s pc, fr15
++ fmov.s r0, fr0
++ fmov.s pc, fr0
++ fmov.s r0, fr15
++ fmov.s r8, fr7
++ fmov.s r7, fr8
++ fmov.s fr15, pc
++ fmov.s fr0, r0
++ fmov.s fr15, r0
++ fmov.s fr0, pc
++ fmov.s fr8, r7
++ fmov.s fr7, r8
++ .global fmov_d
++fmov_d:
++ fmov.d fr14, fr14
++ fmov.d fr0, fr0
++ fmov.d fr14, fr0
++ fmov.d fr0, fr14
++ fmov.d fr8, fr6
++ fmov.d fr6, fr8
++ fmov.d lr, fr14
++ fmov.d r0, fr0
++ fmov.d lr, fr0
++ fmov.d r0, fr14
++ fmov.d r8, fr6
++ fmov.d r6, fr8
++ fmov.d fr14, lr
++ fmov.d fr0, r0
++ fmov.d fr14, r0
++ fmov.d fr0, lr
++ fmov.d fr8, r6
++ fmov.d fr6, r8
++ .global fcasts_d
++fcasts_d:
++ fcasts.d fr15, fr14
++ fcasts.d fr0, fr0
++ fcasts.d fr15, fr0
++ fcasts.d fr0, fr14
++ fcasts.d fr8, fr6
++ fcasts.d fr7, fr8
++ .global fcastd_s
++fcastd_s:
++ fcastd.s fr14, fr15
++ fcastd.s fr0, fr0
++ fcastd.s fr14, fr0
++ fcastd.s fr0, fr15
++ fcastd.s fr8, fr7
++ fcastd.s fr6, fr8
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/hwrd-lwrd.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,47 @@
++#as:
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: hwrd-lwrd
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++00000000 <test_hwrd>:
++ 0: e0 60 87 65 mov r0,34661
++ 4: e0 60 12 34 mov r0,4660
++ 8: e0 60 00 00 mov r0,0
++ 8: R_AVR32_HI16 \.text\+0x60
++ c: e0 60 00 00 mov r0,0
++ c: R_AVR32_HI16 extsym1
++ 10: ea 10 87 65 orh r0,0x8765
++ 14: ea 10 12 34 orh r0,0x1234
++ 18: ea 10 00 00 orh r0,0x0
++ 18: R_AVR32_HI16 \.text\+0x60
++ 1c: ea 10 00 00 orh r0,0x0
++ 1c: R_AVR32_HI16 extsym1
++ 20: e4 10 87 65 andh r0,0x8765
++ 24: e4 10 12 34 andh r0,0x1234
++ 28: e4 10 00 00 andh r0,0x0
++ 28: R_AVR32_HI16 \.text\+0x60
++ 2c: e4 10 00 00 andh r0,0x0
++ 2c: R_AVR32_HI16 extsym1
++
++00000030 <test_lwrd>:
++ 30: e0 60 43 21 mov r0,17185
++ 34: e0 60 56 78 mov r0,22136
++ 38: e0 60 00 00 mov r0,0
++ 38: R_AVR32_LO16 \.text\+0x60
++ 3c: e0 60 00 00 mov r0,0
++ 3c: R_AVR32_LO16 extsym1
++ 40: e8 10 43 21 orl r0,0x4321
++ 44: e8 10 56 78 orl r0,0x5678
++ 48: e8 10 00 00 orl r0,0x0
++ 48: R_AVR32_LO16 \.text\+0x60
++ 4c: e8 10 00 00 orl r0,0x0
++ 4c: R_AVR32_LO16 extsym1
++ 50: e0 10 43 21 andl r0,0x4321
++ 54: e0 10 56 78 andl r0,0x5678
++ 58: e0 10 00 00 andl r0,0x0
++ 58: R_AVR32_LO16 \.text\+0x60
++ 5c: e0 10 00 00 andl r0,0x0
++ 5c: R_AVR32_LO16 extsym1
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/hwrd-lwrd.s
+@@ -0,0 +1,39 @@
++
++ .equ sym1, 0x12345678
++
++ .text
++ .global test_hwrd
++test_hwrd:
++ mov r0, hi(0x87654321)
++ mov r0, hi(sym1)
++ mov r0, hi(sym2)
++ mov r0, hi(extsym1)
++
++ orh r0, hi(0x87654321)
++ orh r0, hi(sym1)
++ orh r0, hi(sym2)
++ orh r0, hi(extsym1)
++
++ andh r0, hi(0x87654321)
++ andh r0, hi(sym1)
++ andh r0, hi(sym2)
++ andh r0, hi(extsym1)
++
++ .global test_lwrd
++test_lwrd:
++ mov r0, lo(0x87654321)
++ mov r0, lo(sym1)
++ mov r0, lo(sym2)
++ mov r0, lo(extsym1)
++
++ orl r0, lo(0x87654321)
++ orl r0, lo(sym1)
++ orl r0, lo(sym2)
++ orl r0, lo(extsym1)
++
++ andl r0, lo(0x87654321)
++ andl r0, lo(sym1)
++ andl r0, lo(sym2)
++ andl r0, lo(extsym1)
++
++sym2:
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/jmptable.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,20 @@
++#source: jmptable.s
++#as:
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: jmptable
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++00000000 <jmptable_test>:
++ 0: fe c8 ff f4 sub r8,pc,-12
++ 4: f0 00 00 2f add pc,r8,r0<<0x2
++ 8: d7 03 nop
++ a: 00 00 add r0,r0
++ c: c0 38 rjmp 12 <jmptable_test\+0x12>
++ e: c0 38 rjmp 14 <jmptable_test\+0x14>
++ 10: c0 38 rjmp 16 <jmptable_test\+0x16>
++ 12: d7 03 nop
++ 14: d7 03 nop
++ 16: d7 03 nop
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/jmptable_linkrelax.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,25 @@
++#source: jmptable.s
++#as: --linkrelax
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: jmptable_linkrelax
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++00000000 <jmptable_test>:
++ 0: fe c8 00 00 sub r8,pc,0
++ 0: R_AVR32_16N_PCREL \.text\+0xc
++ 4: f0 00 00 2f add pc,r8,r0<<0x2
++ 8: d7 03 nop
++ a: 00 00 add r0,r0
++ a: R_AVR32_ALIGN \*ABS\*\+0x2
++ c: c0 08 rjmp c <jmptable_test\+0xc>
++ c: R_AVR32_11H_PCREL \.text\+0x12
++ e: c0 08 rjmp e <jmptable_test\+0xe>
++ e: R_AVR32_11H_PCREL \.text\+0x14
++ 10: c0 08 rjmp 10 <jmptable_test\+0x10>
++ 10: R_AVR32_11H_PCREL \.text\+0x16
++ 12: d7 03 nop
++ 14: d7 03 nop
++ 16: d7 03 nop
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/jmptable.s
+@@ -0,0 +1,14 @@
++
++ .text
++ .global jmptable_test
++jmptable_test:
++ sub r8, pc, -(.L1 - .)
++ add pc, r8, r0 << 2
++ nop
++ .align 2
++.L1: rjmp 1f
++ rjmp 2f
++ rjmp 3f
++1: nop
++2: nop
++3: nop
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/lda_nopic.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,32 @@
++#source: lda.s
++#as:
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: lda_nopic
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++00000000 <lda_test>:
++ 0: f2 c8 00 00 sub r8,r9,0
++
++00000004 <far_negative>:
++ 4: f6 ca 00 00 sub r10,r11,0
++ ...
++ 8000: fe c0 7f fc sub r0,pc,32764
++ 8004: 48 31 lddpc r1,8010 <far_negative\+0x800c>
++ 8006: 48 42 lddpc r2,8014 <far_negative\+0x8010>
++ 8008: 48 43 lddpc r3,8018 <far_negative\+0x8014>
++ 800a: 48 54 lddpc r4,801c <far_negative\+0x8018>
++ 800c: fe c5 80 04 sub r5,pc,-32764
++ ...
++ 8010: R_AVR32_32_CPENT \.text
++ 8014: R_AVR32_32_CPENT \.data
++ 8018: R_AVR32_32_CPENT undefined
++ 801c: R_AVR32_32_CPENT \.text\+0x1001c
++
++00010008 <far_positive>:
++ 10008: fa cc 00 00 sub r12,sp,0
++ ...
++0001001c <toofar_positive>:
++ 1001c: fe ce 00 00 sub lr,pc,0
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/lda_nopic_linkrelax.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,41 @@
++#source: lda.s
++#as: --linkrelax
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: lda_nopic_linkrelax
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++00000000 <lda_test>:
++ 0: f2 c8 00 00 sub r8,r9,0
++
++00000004 <far_negative>:
++ 4: f6 ca 00 00 sub r10,r11,0
++ \.\.\.
++ 8000: 48 00 lddpc r0,8000 <far_negative\+0x7ffc>
++ 8000: R_AVR32_9W_CP \.text\+0x800c
++ 8002: 48 01 lddpc r1,8000 <far_negative\+0x7ffc>
++ 8002: R_AVR32_9W_CP \.text\+0x8010
++ 8004: 48 02 lddpc r2,8004 <far_negative\+0x8000>
++ 8004: R_AVR32_9W_CP \.text\+0x8014
++ 8006: 48 03 lddpc r3,8004 <far_negative\+0x8000>
++ 8006: R_AVR32_9W_CP \.text\+0x8018
++ 8008: 48 04 lddpc r4,8008 <far_negative\+0x8004>
++ 8008: R_AVR32_9W_CP \.text\+0x801c
++ 800a: 48 05 lddpc r5,8008 <far_negative\+0x8004>
++ 800a: R_AVR32_9W_CP \.text\+0x8020
++ \.\.\.
++ 800c: R_AVR32_ALIGN \*ABS\*\+0x2
++ 800c: R_AVR32_32_CPENT \.text\+0x4
++ 8010: R_AVR32_32_CPENT \.text
++ 8014: R_AVR32_32_CPENT \.data
++ 8018: R_AVR32_32_CPENT undefined
++ 801c: R_AVR32_32_CPENT \.text\+0x10020
++ 8020: R_AVR32_32_CPENT \.text\+0x1000c
++
++0001000c <far_positive>:
++ 1000c: fa cc 00 00 sub r12,sp,0
++ \.\.\.
++00010020 <toofar_positive>:
++ 10020: fe ce 00 00 sub lr,pc,0
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/lda_pic.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,32 @@
++#source: lda.s
++#as: --pic
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: lda_pic
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++00000000 <lda_test>:
++ 0: f2 c8 00 00 sub r8,r9,0
++
++00000004 <far_negative>:
++ 4: f6 ca 00 00 sub r10,r11,0
++ ...
++ 8000: fe c0 7f fc sub r0,pc,32764
++ 8004: ec f1 00 00 ld.w r1,r6\[0\]
++ 8004: R_AVR32_GOT16S toofar_negative
++ 8008: ec f2 00 00 ld.w r2,r6\[0\]
++ 8008: R_AVR32_GOT16S different_section
++ 800c: ec f3 00 00 ld.w r3,r6\[0\]
++ 800c: R_AVR32_GOT16S undefined
++ 8010: ec f4 00 00 ld.w r4,r6\[0\]
++ 8010: R_AVR32_GOT16S toofar_positive
++ 8014: fe c5 80 14 sub r5,pc,-32748
++ ...
++
++00010000 <far_positive>:
++ 10000: fa cc 00 00 sub r12,sp,0
++ ...
++00010014 <toofar_positive>:
++ 10014: fe ce 00 00 sub lr,pc,0
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/lda_pic_linkrelax.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,40 @@
++#source: lda.s
++#as: --pic --linkrelax
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: lda_pic_linkrelax
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++00000000 <lda_test>:
++ 0: f2 c8 00 00 sub r8,r9,0
++
++00000004 <far_negative>:
++ 4: f6 ca 00 00 sub r10,r11,0
++ ...
++ 8000: e0 60 00 00 mov r0,0
++ 8000: R_AVR32_LDA_GOT far_negative
++ 8004: ec 00 03 20 ld\.w r0,r6\[r0<<0x2\]
++ 8008: e0 61 00 00 mov r1,0
++ 8008: R_AVR32_LDA_GOT toofar_negative
++ 800c: ec 01 03 21 ld\.w r1,r6\[r1<<0x2\]
++ 8010: e0 62 00 00 mov r2,0
++ 8010: R_AVR32_LDA_GOT different_section
++ 8014: ec 02 03 22 ld\.w r2,r6\[r2<<0x2\]
++ 8018: e0 63 00 00 mov r3,0
++ 8018: R_AVR32_LDA_GOT undefined
++ 801c: ec 03 03 23 ld\.w r3,r6\[r3<<0x2\]
++ 8020: e0 64 00 00 mov r4,0
++ 8020: R_AVR32_LDA_GOT toofar_positive
++ 8024: ec 04 03 24 ld\.w r4,r6\[r4<<0x2\]
++ 8028: e0 65 00 00 mov r5,0
++ 8028: R_AVR32_LDA_GOT far_positive
++ 802c: ec 05 03 25 ld\.w r5,r6\[r5<<0x2\]
++ ...
++
++00010018 <far_positive>:
++ 10018: fa cc 00 00 sub r12,sp,0
++ ...
++0001002c <toofar_positive>:
++ 1002c: fe ce 00 00 sub lr,pc,0
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/lda.s
+@@ -0,0 +1,30 @@
++
++ .text
++ .global lda_test
++lda_test:
++toofar_negative:
++ sub r8, r9, 0
++far_negative:
++ sub r10, r11, 0
++
++ .fill 32760, 1, 0x00
++
++ lda.w r0, far_negative
++ lda.w r1, toofar_negative
++ lda.w r2, different_section
++ lda.w r3, undefined
++ lda.w r4, toofar_positive
++ lda.w r5, far_positive
++
++ .cpool
++
++ .fill 32744, 1, 0x00
++far_positive:
++ sub r12, sp, 0
++ .fill 16, 1, 0x00
++toofar_positive:
++ sub lr, pc, 0
++
++ .data
++different_section:
++ .long 0x12345678
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/pcrel.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,64 @@
++#as:
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: pcrel
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++00000000 <test_rjmp>:
++ 0: d7 03 nop
++ 2: c0 28 rjmp 6 <test_rjmp\+0x6>
++ 4: d7 03 nop
++ 6: e0 8f 00 00 bral 6 <test_rjmp\+0x6>
++ 6: R_AVR32_22H_PCREL extsym10
++
++0000000a <test_rcall>:
++ a: d7 03 nop
++0000000c <test_rcall2>:
++ c: c0 2c rcall 10 <test_rcall2\+0x4>
++ e: d7 03 nop
++ 10: e0 a0 00 00 rcall 10 <test_rcall2\+0x4>
++ 10: R_AVR32_22H_PCREL extsym21
++
++00000014 <test_branch>:
++ 14: c0 31 brne 1a <test_branch\+0x6>
++ 16: e0 8f 00 00 bral 16 <test_branch\+0x2>
++ 16: R_AVR32_22H_PCREL test_branch
++ 1a: e0 80 00 00 breq 1a <test_branch\+0x6>
++ 1a: R_AVR32_22H_PCREL extsym21
++
++0000001e <test_lddpc>:
++ 1e: 48 30 lddpc r0,28 <sym1>
++ 20: 48 20 lddpc r0,28 <sym1>
++ 22: fe f0 00 00 ld.w r0,pc\[0\]
++ 22: R_AVR32_16B_PCREL extsym16
++ \.\.\.
++
++00000028 <sym1>:
++ 28: d7 03 nop
++ 2a: d7 03 nop
++
++0000002c <test_local>:
++ 2c: 48 20 lddpc r0,34 <test_local\+0x8>
++ 2e: 48 30 lddpc r0,38 <test_local\+0xc>
++ 30: 48 20 lddpc r0,38 <test_local\+0xc>
++ 32: 00 00 add r0,r0
++ 34: d7 03 nop
++ 36: d7 03 nop
++ 38: d7 03 nop
++ 3a: d7 03 nop
++
++Disassembly of section \.text\.init:
++
++00000000 <test_inter_section>:
++ 0: e0 a0 .. .. rcall [0-9a-f]+ <.*>
++ 0: R_AVR32_22H_PCREL test_rcall
++ 4: d7 03 nop
++ 6: e0 a0 .. .. rcall [0-9a-f]+ <.*>
++ 6: R_AVR32_22H_PCREL test_rcall
++ a: e0 a0 .. .. rcall [0-9a-z]+ <.*>
++ a: R_AVR32_22H_PCREL \.text\+0xc
++ e: d7 03 nop
++ 10: e0 a0 .. .. rcall [0-9a-f]+ <.*>
++ 10: R_AVR32_22H_PCREL \.text\+0xc
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/pcrel.s
+@@ -0,0 +1,57 @@
++
++ .text
++ .global test_rjmp
++test_rjmp:
++ nop
++ rjmp 0f
++ nop
++0: rjmp extsym10
++
++ .global test_rcall
++test_rcall:
++ nop
++test_rcall2:
++ rcall 0f
++ nop
++0: rcall extsym21
++
++ .global test_branch
++test_branch:
++ brne 0f
++ /* This will generate a reloc since test_branch is global */
++ bral test_branch
++0: breq extsym21
++
++ .global test_lddpc
++test_lddpc:
++ lddpc r0,sym1
++ lddpc r0,sym1
++ lddpc r0,extsym16
++
++ .align 2
++sym1: nop
++ nop
++
++ .global test_local
++test_local:
++ lddpc r0, .LC1
++ lddpc r0, .LC2
++ lddpc r0, .LC1 + 0x4
++
++ .align 2
++.LC1:
++ nop
++ nop
++.LC2:
++ nop
++ nop
++
++ .section .text.init,"ax"
++ .global test_inter_section
++test_inter_section:
++ rcall test_rcall
++ nop
++ rcall test_rcall
++ rcall test_rcall2
++ nop
++ rcall test_rcall2
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/pico.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,149 @@
++#as:
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: pico
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++[0-9a-f]* <picosvmac>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a6 20 00 cop cp1,cr0,cr0,cr0,0xc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a7 2b bb cop cp1,cr11,cr11,cr11,0xe
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a6 3a 05 cop cp1,cr10,cr0,cr5,0xd
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a7 36 90 cop cp1,cr6,cr9,cr0,0xf
++
++[0-9a-f]* <picosvmul>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a4 20 00 cop cp1,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a5 2b bb cop cp1,cr11,cr11,cr11,0xa
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a4 3a 05 cop cp1,cr10,cr0,cr5,0x9
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a5 36 90 cop cp1,cr6,cr9,cr0,0xb
++
++[0-9a-f]* <picovmac>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a2 20 00 cop cp1,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x4
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a3 2b bb cop cp1,cr11,cr11,cr11,0x6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a2 3a 05 cop cp1,cr10,cr0,cr5,0x5
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a3 36 90 cop cp1,cr6,cr9,cr0,0x7
++
++[0-9a-f]* <picovmul>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 20 00 cop cp1,cr0,cr0,cr0,0x0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a1 2b bb cop cp1,cr11,cr11,cr11,0x2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a0 3a 05 cop cp1,cr10,cr0,cr5,0x1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e1 a1 36 90 cop cp1,cr6,cr9,cr0,0x3
++
++[0-9a-f]* <picold_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 af 3e ff ldc\.d cp1,cr14,pc\[0x3fc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 a0 30 ff ldc\.d cp1,cr0,r0\[0x3fc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 a0 30 00 ldc\.d cp1,cr0,r0\[0x0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a8 26 50 ldc\.d cp1,cr6,--r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a7 28 50 ldc\.d cp1,cr8,--r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef aa 32 65 ldc\.d cp1,cr2,r10\[r5<<0x2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a3 3c 46 ldc\.d cp1,cr12,r3\[r6\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <picold_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 af 2f ff ldc\.w cp1,cr15,pc\[0x3fc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 a0 20 ff ldc\.w cp1,cr0,r0\[0x3fc\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: e9 a0 20 00 ldc\.w cp1,cr0,r0\[0x0\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a8 27 40 ldc\.w cp1,cr7,--r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a7 28 40 ldc\.w cp1,cr8,--r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef aa 31 25 ldc\.w cp1,cr1,r10\[r5<<0x2\]
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a3 3d 06 ldc\.w cp1,cr13,r3\[r6\]
++
++[0-9a-f]* <picoldm_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed af 24 ff ldcm\.d cp1,pc,cr0-cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a0 24 01 ldcm\.d cp1,r0,cr0-cr1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a7 24 80 ldcm\.d cp1,r7,cr14-cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a8 24 7f ldcm\.d cp1,r8,cr0-cr13
++
++[0-9a-f]* <picoldm_d_pu>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed af 34 ff ldcm\.d cp1,pc\+\+,cr0-cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a0 34 01 ldcm\.d cp1,r0\+\+,cr0-cr1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a7 34 80 ldcm\.d cp1,r7\+\+,cr14-cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a8 34 7f ldcm\.d cp1,r8\+\+,cr0-cr13
++
++[0-9a-f]* <picoldm_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed af 20 ff ldcm\.w cp1,pc,cr0-cr7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a0 20 01 ldcm\.w cp1,r0,cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a7 20 80 ldcm\.w cp1,r7,cr7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a8 20 7f ldcm\.w cp1,r8,cr0-cr6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed af 21 ff ldcm\.w cp1,pc,cr8-cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a0 21 01 ldcm\.w cp1,r0,cr8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a7 21 80 ldcm\.w cp1,r7,cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a8 21 7f ldcm\.w cp1,r8,cr8-cr14
++
++[0-9a-f]* <picoldm_w_pu>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed af 30 ff ldcm\.w cp1,pc\+\+,cr0-cr7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a0 30 01 ldcm\.w cp1,r0\+\+,cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a7 30 80 ldcm\.w cp1,r7\+\+,cr7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a8 30 7f ldcm\.w cp1,r8\+\+,cr0-cr6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed af 31 ff ldcm\.w cp1,pc\+\+,cr8-cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a0 31 01 ldcm\.w cp1,r0\+\+,cr8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a7 31 80 ldcm\.w cp1,r7\+\+,cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a8 31 7f ldcm\.w cp1,r8\+\+,cr8-cr14
++
++[0-9a-f]* <picomv_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ae 2e 30 mvrc\.d cp1,cr14,lr
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 20 30 mvrc\.d cp1,cr0,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a8 26 30 mvrc\.d cp1,cr6,r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a6 28 30 mvrc\.d cp1,cr8,r6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef ae 2e 10 mvcr\.d cp1,lr,cr14
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 20 10 mvcr\.d cp1,r0,cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a8 26 10 mvcr\.d cp1,r8,cr6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a6 28 10 mvcr\.d cp1,r6,cr8
++
++[0-9a-f]* <picomv_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af 2f 20 mvrc\.w cp1,cr15,pc
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 20 20 mvrc\.w cp1,cr0,r0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a8 27 20 mvrc\.w cp1,cr7,r8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a7 28 20 mvrc\.w cp1,cr8,r7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef af 2f 00 mvcr\.w cp1,pc,cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a0 20 00 mvcr\.w cp1,r0,cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a8 27 00 mvcr\.w cp1,r8,cr7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a7 28 00 mvcr\.w cp1,r7,cr8
++
++[0-9a-f]* <picost_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb af 3e ff stc\.d cp1,pc\[0x3fc\],cr14
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb a0 30 00 stc\.d cp1,r0\[0x0\],cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a8 26 70 stc\.d cp1,r8\+\+,cr6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a7 28 70 stc\.d cp1,r7\+\+,cr8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef aa 32 e5 stc\.d cp1,r10\[r5<<0x2\],cr2
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a3 3c c6 stc\.d cp1,r3\[r6\],cr12
++
++[0-9a-f]* <picost_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb af 2f ff stc\.w cp1,pc\[0x3fc\],cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: eb a0 20 00 stc\.w cp1,r0\[0x0\],cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a8 27 60 stc\.w cp1,r8\+\+,cr7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a7 28 60 stc\.w cp1,r7\+\+,cr8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef aa 31 a5 stc\.w cp1,r10\[r5<<0x2\],cr1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ef a3 3d 86 stc\.w cp1,r3\[r6\],cr13
++
++[0-9a-f]* <picostm_d>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed af 25 ff stcm\.d cp1,pc,cr0-cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a0 25 01 stcm\.d cp1,r0,cr0-cr1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a7 25 80 stcm\.d cp1,r7,cr14-cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a8 25 7f stcm\.d cp1,r8,cr0-cr13
++
++[0-9a-f]* <picostm_d_pu>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed af 35 ff stcm\.d cp1,--pc,cr0-cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a0 35 01 stcm\.d cp1,--r0,cr0-cr1
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a7 35 80 stcm\.d cp1,--r7,cr14-cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a8 35 7f stcm\.d cp1,--r8,cr0-cr13
++
++[0-9a-f]* <picostm_w>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed af 22 ff stcm\.w cp1,pc,cr0-cr7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a0 22 01 stcm\.w cp1,r0,cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a7 22 80 stcm\.w cp1,r7,cr7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a8 22 7f stcm\.w cp1,r8,cr0-cr6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed af 23 ff stcm\.w cp1,pc,cr8-cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a0 23 01 stcm\.w cp1,r0,cr8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a7 23 80 stcm\.w cp1,r7,cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a8 23 7f stcm\.w cp1,r8,cr8-cr14
++
++[0-9a-f]* <picostm_w_pu>:
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed af 32 ff stcm\.w cp1,--pc,cr0-cr7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a0 32 01 stcm\.w cp1,--r0,cr0
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a7 32 80 stcm\.w cp1,--r7,cr7
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a8 32 7f stcm\.w cp1,--r8,cr0-cr6
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed af 33 ff stcm\.w cp1,--pc,cr8-cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a0 33 01 stcm\.w cp1,--r0,cr8
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a7 33 80 stcm\.w cp1,--r7,cr15
++ *[0-9a-f]*: ed a8 33 7f stcm\.w cp1,--r8,cr8-cr14
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/pico.s
+@@ -0,0 +1,144 @@
++
++ .text
++ .global picosvmac
++picosvmac:
++ picosvmac out0, in0, in0, in0
++ picosvmac out2, in11, in11, in11
++ picosvmac out1, in10, in0, in5
++ picosvmac out3, in6, in9, in0
++ .global picosvmul
++picosvmul:
++ picosvmul out0, in0, in0, in0
++ picosvmul out2, in11, in11, in11
++ picosvmul out1, in10, in0, in5
++ picosvmul out3, in6, in9, in0
++ .global picovmac
++picovmac:
++ picovmac out0, in0, in0, in0
++ picovmac out2, in11, in11, in11
++ picovmac out1, in10, in0, in5
++ picovmac out3, in6, in9, in0
++ .global picovmul
++picovmul:
++ picovmul out0, in0, in0, in0
++ picovmul out2, in11, in11, in11
++ picovmul out1, in10, in0, in5
++ picovmul out3, in6, in9, in0
++ .global picold_d
++picold_d:
++ picold.d vmu2_out, pc[1020]
++ picold.d inpix2, r0[1020]
++ picold.d inpix2, r0[0]
++ picold.d coeff0_a, --r8
++ picold.d coeff1_a, --r7
++ picold.d inpix0, r10[r5 << 2]
++ picold.d vmu0_out, r3[r6 << 0]
++ .global picold_w
++picold_w:
++ picold.w config, pc[1020]
++ picold.w inpix2, r0[1020]
++ picold.w inpix2, r0[0]
++ picold.w coeff0_b, --r8
++ picold.w coeff1_a, --r7
++ picold.w inpix1, r10[r5 << 2]
++ picold.w vmu1_out, r3[r6 << 0]
++ .global picoldm_d
++picoldm_d:
++ picoldm.d pc, inpix2-config
++ picoldm.d r0, inpix2, inpix1
++ picoldm.d r7, vmu2_out, config
++ picoldm.d r8, inpix2-vmu1_out
++ .global picoldm_d_pu
++picoldm_d_pu:
++ picoldm.d pc++, inpix2, inpix1, inpix0, outpix2, outpix1, outpix0, coeff0_a, coeff0_b, coeff1_a, coeff1_b, coeff2_a, coeff2_b, vmu0_out, vmu1_out, vmu2_out, config
++ picoldm.d r0++, inpix2, inpix1
++ picoldm.d r7++, vmu2_out, config
++ picoldm.d r8++, inpix2, inpix1, inpix0, outpix2, outpix1, outpix0, coeff0_a, coeff0_b, coeff1_a, coeff1_b, coeff2_a, coeff2_b, vmu0_out, vmu1_out
++ .global picoldm_w
++picoldm_w:
++ picoldm.w pc, inpix2-coeff0_b
++ picoldm.w r0, inpix2
++ picoldm.w r7, coeff0_b
++ picoldm.w r8, inpix2-coeff0_a
++ picoldm.w pc, coeff1_a-config
++ picoldm.w r0, coeff1_a
++ picoldm.w r7, config
++ picoldm.w r8, coeff1_a-vmu2_out
++ .global picoldm_w_pu
++picoldm_w_pu:
++ picoldm.w pc++, inpix2-coeff0_b
++ picoldm.w r0++, inpix2
++ picoldm.w r7++, coeff0_b
++ picoldm.w r8++, inpix2-coeff0_a
++ picoldm.w pc++, coeff1_a-config
++ picoldm.w r0++, coeff1_a
++ picoldm.w r7++, config
++ picoldm.w r8++, coeff1_a-vmu2_out
++ .global picomv_d
++picomv_d:
++ picomv.d vmu2_out, lr
++ picomv.d inpix2, r0
++ picomv.d coeff0_a, r8
++ picomv.d coeff1_a, r6
++ picomv.d pc, vmu2_out
++ picomv.d r0, inpix2
++ picomv.d r8, coeff0_a
++ picomv.d r6, coeff1_a
++ .global picomv_w
++picomv_w:
++ picomv.w config, pc
++ picomv.w inpix2, r0
++ picomv.w coeff0_b, r8
++ picomv.w coeff1_a, r7
++ picomv.w pc, config
++ picomv.w r0, inpix2
++ picomv.w r8, coeff0_b
++ picomv.w r7, coeff1_a
++ .global picost_d
++picost_d:
++ picost.d pc[1020], vmu2_out
++ picost.d r0[0], inpix2
++ picost.d r8++, coeff0_a
++ picost.d r7++, coeff1_a
++ picost.d r10[r5 << 2], inpix0
++ picost.d r3[r6 << 0], vmu0_out
++ .global picost_w
++picost_w:
++ picost.w pc[1020], config
++ picost.w r0[0], inpix2
++ picost.w r8++, coeff0_b
++ picost.w r7++, coeff1_a
++ picost.w r10[r5 << 2], inpix1
++ picost.w r3[r6 << 0], vmu1_out
++ .global picostm_d
++picostm_d:
++ picostm.d pc, inpix2-config
++ picostm.d r0, inpix2, inpix1
++ picostm.d r7, vmu2_out, config
++ picostm.d r8, inpix2-vmu1_out
++ .global picostm_d_pu
++picostm_d_pu:
++ picostm.d --pc, inpix2, inpix1, inpix0, outpix2, outpix1, outpix0, coeff0_a, coeff0_b, coeff1_a, coeff1_b, coeff2_a, coeff2_b, vmu0_out, vmu1_out, vmu2_out, config
++ picostm.d --r0, inpix2, inpix1
++ picostm.d --r7, vmu2_out, config
++ picostm.d --r8, inpix2, inpix1, inpix0, outpix2, outpix1, outpix0, coeff0_a, coeff0_b, coeff1_a, coeff1_b, coeff2_a, coeff2_b, vmu0_out, vmu1_out
++ .global picostm_w
++picostm_w:
++ picostm.w pc, inpix2-coeff0_b
++ picostm.w r0, inpix2
++ picostm.w r7, coeff0_b
++ picostm.w r8, inpix2-coeff0_a
++ picostm.w pc, coeff1_a-config
++ picostm.w r0, coeff1_a
++ picostm.w r7, config
++ picostm.w r8, coeff1_a-vmu2_out
++ .global picostm_w_pu
++picostm_w_pu:
++ picostm.w --pc, inpix2-coeff0_b
++ picostm.w --r0, inpix2
++ picostm.w --r7, coeff0_b
++ picostm.w --r8, inpix2-coeff0_a
++ picostm.w --pc, coeff1_a-config
++ picostm.w --r0, coeff1_a
++ picostm.w --r7, config
++ picostm.w --r8, coeff1_a-vmu2_out
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/pic_reloc.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,27 @@
++#as:
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: pic_reloc
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++00000000 <mcall_got>:
++ 0: f0 16 00 00 mcall r6\[0\]
++ 0: R_AVR32_GOT18SW extfunc
++ 4: f0 16 00 00 mcall r6\[0\]
++ 4: R_AVR32_GOT18SW \.L1
++ 8: f0 16 00 00 mcall r6\[0\]
++ 8: R_AVR32_GOT18SW \.L2
++ c: f0 16 00 00 mcall r6\[0\]
++ c: R_AVR32_GOT18SW mcall_got
++
++00000010 <ldw_got>:
++ 10: ec f0 00 00 ld.w r0,r6\[0\]
++ 10: R_AVR32_GOT16S extvar
++ 14: ec f0 00 00 ld.w r0,r6\[0\]
++ 14: R_AVR32_GOT16S \.L3
++ 18: ec f0 00 00 ld.w r0,r6\[0\]
++ 18: R_AVR32_GOT16S \.L4
++ 1c: ec f0 00 00 ld.w r0,r6\[0\]
++ 1c: R_AVR32_GOT16S ldw_got
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/pic_reloc.s
+@@ -0,0 +1,18 @@
++
++ .text
++ .global mcall_got
++mcall_got:
++.L1:
++ mcall r6[extfunc@got]
++ mcall r6[.L1@got]
++ mcall r6[.L2@got]
++ mcall r6[mcall_got@got]
++.L2:
++
++ .global ldw_got
++ldw_got:
++.L3: ld.w r0,r6[extvar@got]
++ ld.w r0,r6[.L3@got]
++ ld.w r0,r6[.L4@got]
++ ld.w r0,r6[ldw_got@got]
++.L4:
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/symdiff.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,24 @@
++#source: symdiff.s
++#as:
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: symdiff
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++00000000 <diff32>:
++ 0: 00 00 add r0,r0
++ 2: 00 04 add r4,r0
++
++00000004 <diff16>:
++ 4: 00 04 add r4,r0
++
++00000006 <diff8>:
++ 6: 04 00 add r0,r2
++
++00000008 <symdiff_test>:
++ 8: d7 03 nop
++ a: d7 03 nop
++ c: d7 03 nop
++ e: d7 03 nop
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/symdiff_linkrelax.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,28 @@
++#source: symdiff.s
++#as: --linkrelax
++#objdump: -dr
++#name: symdiff_linkrelax
++
++.*: +file format .*
++
++Disassembly of section \.text:
++
++00000000 <diff32>:
++ 0: 00 00 add r0,r0
++ 0: R_AVR32_DIFF32 \.text\+0xa
++ 2: 00 04 add r4,r0
++
++00000004 <diff16>:
++ 4: 00 04 add r4,r0
++ 4: R_AVR32_DIFF16 \.text\+0xa
++
++00000006 <diff8>:
++ 6: 04 00 add r0,r2
++ 6: R_AVR32_DIFF8 \.text\+0xa
++ 7: R_AVR32_ALIGN \*ABS\*\+0x1
++
++00000008 <symdiff_test>:
++ 8: d7 03 nop
++ a: d7 03 nop
++ c: d7 03 nop
++ e: d7 03 nop
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/symdiff.s
+@@ -0,0 +1,19 @@
++
++ .text
++ .global diff32
++diff32:
++ .long .L2 - .L1
++ .global diff16
++diff16:
++ .short .L2 - .L1
++ .global diff8
++diff8:
++ .byte .L2 - .L1
++
++ .global symdiff_test
++ .align 1
++symdiff_test:
++ nop
++.L1: nop
++ nop
++.L2: nop
+--- a/gas/write.c
++++ b/gas/write.c
+@@ -1955,6 +1955,10 @@ relax_frag (segT segment, fragS *fragP,
+
+ #endif /* defined (TC_GENERIC_RELAX_TABLE) */
+
++#ifdef TC_RELAX_ALIGN
++#define RELAX_ALIGN(SEG, FRAG, ADDR) TC_RELAX_ALIGN(SEG, FRAG, ADDR)
++#else
++#define RELAX_ALIGN(SEG, FRAG, ADDR) relax_align(ADDR, (FRAG)->fr_offset)
+ /* Relax_align. Advance location counter to next address that has 'alignment'
+ lowest order bits all 0s, return size of adjustment made. */
+ static relax_addressT
+@@ -1974,6 +1978,7 @@ relax_align (register relax_addressT add
+ #endif
+ return (new_address - address);
+ }
++#endif
+
+ /* Now we have a segment, not a crowd of sub-segments, we can make
+ fr_address values.
+@@ -2017,7 +2022,7 @@ relax_segment (struct frag *segment_frag
+ case rs_align_code:
+ case rs_align_test:
+ {
+- addressT offset = relax_align (address, (int) fragP->fr_offset);
++ addressT offset = RELAX_ALIGN(segment, fragP, address);
+
+ if (fragP->fr_subtype != 0 && offset > fragP->fr_subtype)
+ offset = 0;
+@@ -2218,10 +2223,10 @@ relax_segment (struct frag *segment_frag
+ {
+ addressT oldoff, newoff;
+
+- oldoff = relax_align (was_address + fragP->fr_fix,
+- (int) offset);
+- newoff = relax_align (address + fragP->fr_fix,
+- (int) offset);
++ oldoff = RELAX_ALIGN (segment, fragP,
++ was_address + fragP->fr_fix);
++ newoff = RELAX_ALIGN (segment, fragP,
++ address + fragP->fr_fix);
+
+ if (fragP->fr_subtype != 0)
+ {
+--- a/include/dis-asm.h
++++ b/include/dis-asm.h
+@@ -204,13 +204,14 @@ typedef struct disassemble_info
+
+ } disassemble_info;
+
+-
++
+ /* Standard disassemblers. Disassemble one instruction at the given
+ target address. Return number of octets processed. */
+ typedef int (*disassembler_ftype) (bfd_vma, disassemble_info *);
+
+ extern int print_insn_alpha (bfd_vma, disassemble_info *);
+ extern int print_insn_avr (bfd_vma, disassemble_info *);
++extern int print_insn_avr32 (bfd_vma, disassemble_info *);
+ extern int print_insn_bfin (bfd_vma, disassemble_info *);
+ extern int print_insn_big_arm (bfd_vma, disassemble_info *);
+ extern int print_insn_big_mips (bfd_vma, disassemble_info *);
+@@ -242,7 +243,7 @@ extern int print_insn_little_arm (bfd_vm
+ extern int print_insn_little_mips (bfd_vma, disassemble_info *);
+ extern int print_insn_little_or32 (bfd_vma, disassemble_info *);
+ extern int print_insn_little_powerpc (bfd_vma, disassemble_info *);
+-extern int print_insn_little_score (bfd_vma, disassemble_info *);
++extern int print_insn_little_score (bfd_vma, disassemble_info *);
+ extern int print_insn_m32c (bfd_vma, disassemble_info *);
+ extern int print_insn_m32r (bfd_vma, disassemble_info *);
+ extern int print_insn_m68hc11 (bfd_vma, disassemble_info *);
+@@ -290,7 +291,9 @@ extern void print_i386_disassembler_opti
+ extern void print_mips_disassembler_options (FILE *);
+ extern void print_ppc_disassembler_options (FILE *);
+ extern void print_arm_disassembler_options (FILE *);
++extern void print_avr32_disassembler_options (FILE *);
+ extern void parse_arm_disassembler_option (char *);
++extern void parse_avr32_disassembler_option (char *);
+ extern int get_arm_regname_num_options (void);
+ extern int set_arm_regname_option (int);
+ extern int get_arm_regnames (int, const char **, const char **, const char *const **);
+@@ -306,7 +309,7 @@ extern void disassemble_init_for_target
+ /* Document any target specific options available from the disassembler. */
+ extern void disassembler_usage (FILE *);
+
+-
++
+ /* This block of definitions is for particular callers who read instructions
+ into a buffer before calling the instruction decoder. */
+
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/include/elf/avr32.h
+@@ -0,0 +1,98 @@
++/* AVR32 ELF support for BFD.
++ Copyright 2003-2006 Atmel Corporation.
++
++ Written by Haavard Skinnemoen, Atmel Norway, <hskinnemoen@atmel.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 2 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., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA
++ 02111-1307, USA. */
++
++#include "elf/reloc-macros.h"
++
++/* CPU-specific flags for the ELF header e_flags field */
++#define EF_AVR32_LINKRELAX 0x01
++#define EF_AVR32_PIC 0x02
++
++START_RELOC_NUMBERS (elf_avr32_reloc_type)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_NONE, 0)
++
++ /* Data Relocations */
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_32, 1)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_16, 2)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_8, 3)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_32_PCREL, 4)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_16_PCREL, 5)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_8_PCREL, 6)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_DIFF32, 7)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_DIFF16, 8)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_DIFF8, 9)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_GOT32, 10)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_GOT16, 11)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_GOT8, 12)
++
++ /* Normal Code Relocations */
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_21S, 13)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_16U, 14)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_16S, 15)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_8S, 16)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_8S_EXT, 17)
++
++ /* PC-Relative Code Relocations */
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_22H_PCREL, 18)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_18W_PCREL, 19)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_16B_PCREL, 20)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_16N_PCREL, 21)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_14UW_PCREL, 22)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_11H_PCREL, 23)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_10UW_PCREL, 24)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_9H_PCREL, 25)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_9UW_PCREL, 26)
++
++ /* Special Code Relocations */
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_HI16, 27)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_LO16, 28)
++
++ /* PIC Relocations */
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_GOTPC, 29)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_GOTCALL, 30)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_LDA_GOT, 31)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_GOT21S, 32)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_GOT18SW, 33)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_GOT16S, 34)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_GOT7UW, 35)
++
++ /* Constant Pool Relocations */
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_32_CPENT, 36)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_CPCALL, 37)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_16_CP, 38)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_9W_CP, 39)
++
++ /* Dynamic Relocations */
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_RELATIVE, 40)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_GLOB_DAT, 41)
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_JMP_SLOT, 42)
++
++ /* Linkrelax Information */
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_ALIGN, 43)
++
++ RELOC_NUMBER (R_AVR32_15S, 44)
++
++END_RELOC_NUMBERS (R_AVR32_max)
++
++/* Processor specific dynamic array tags. */
++
++/* The total size in bytes of the Global Offset Table */
++#define DT_AVR32_GOTSZ 0x70000001
+--- a/include/elf/common.h
++++ b/include/elf/common.h
+@@ -259,6 +259,9 @@
+ /* V850 backend magic number. Written in the absense of an ABI. */
+ #define EM_CYGNUS_V850 0x9080
+
++/* AVR32 magic number, picked by IAR Systems. */
++#define EM_AVR32 0x18ad
++
+ /* old S/390 backend magic number. Written in the absence of an ABI. */
+ #define EM_S390_OLD 0xa390
+
+--- a/ld/configdoc.texi
++++ b/ld/configdoc.texi
+@@ -7,6 +7,7 @@
+ @set H8300
+ @set HPPA
+ @set I960
++@set AVR32
+ @set M68HC11
+ @set MMIX
+ @set MSP430
+--- a/ld/configure.tgt
++++ b/ld/configure.tgt
+@@ -109,6 +109,9 @@ xscale-*-elf) targ_emul=armelf
+ avr-*-*) targ_emul=avr2
+ targ_extra_emuls="avr1 avr3 avr4 avr5 avr6"
+ ;;
++avr32-*-none) targ_emul=avr32elf_ap7000
++ targ_extra_emuls="avr32elf_ap7001 avr32elf_ap7002 avr32elf_ap7200 avr32elf_uc3a0128 avr32elf_uc3a0256 avr32elf_uc3a0512 avr32elf_uc3a0512es avr32elf_uc3a1128 avr32elf_uc3a1256 avr32elf_uc3a1512es avr32elf_uc3a1512 avr32elf_uc3a364 avr32elf_uc3a364s avr32elf_uc3a3128 avr32elf_uc3a3128s avr32elf_uc3a3256 avr32elf_uc3a3256s avr32elf_uc3b064 avr32elf_uc3b0128 avr32elf_uc3b0256es avr32elf_uc3b0256 avr32elf_uc3b164 avr32elf_uc3b1128 avr32elf_uc3b1256es avr32elf_uc3b1256" ;;
++avr32-*-linux*) targ_emul=avr32linux ;;
+ bfin-*-elf) targ_emul=elf32bfin;
+ targ_extra_emuls="elf32bfinfd"
+ targ_extra_libpath=$targ_extra_emuls
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/ld/emulparams/avr32elf.sh
+@@ -0,0 +1,163 @@
++# This script is called from ld/genscript.sh
++# There is a difference on how 'bash' and POSIX handles
++# the '.' (source) command in a script.
++# genscript.sh calls this script with argument ${EMULATION_NAME}
++# but that will fail on POSIX compilant shells like 'sh' or 'dash'
++# therefor I use the variable directly instead of $1
++EMULATION=${EMULATION_NAME}
++SCRIPT_NAME=elf_xip
++TEMPLATE_NAME=elf32
++EXTRA_EM_FILE=avr32elf
++OUTPUT_FORMAT="elf32-avr32"
++ARCH=avr32
++MAXPAGESIZE=4096
++ENTRY=_start
++EMBEDDED=yes
++NO_SMALL_DATA=yes
++NOP=0xd703d703
++
++DATA_SEGMENT_ALIGN=8
++BSS_ALIGNMENT=8
++
++RO_LMA_REGION="FLASH"
++RO_VMA_REGION="FLASH"
++RW_LMA_REGION="FLASH"
++RW_VMA_REGION="CPUSRAM"
++
++STACK_SIZE=0x1000
++STACK_ADDR="ORIGIN(CPUSRAM) + LENGTH(CPUSRAM) - ${STACK_SIZE}"
++
++DATA_SEGMENT_END="__heap_start__ = ALIGN(8);
++ . = ${STACK_ADDR};
++ __heap_end__ = .;"
++
++case "$EMULATION" in
++avr32elf_ap*)
++ MACHINE=ap
++ INITIAL_READONLY_SECTIONS=".reset : { *(.reset) } >FLASH AT>FLASH
++ . = . & 0x9fffffff;"
++ TEXT_START_ADDR=0xa0000000
++ case "$EMULATION" in
++ avr32elf_ap700[0-2])
++ MEMORY="MEMORY
++ {
++ FLASH (rxai) : ORIGIN = 0x00000000, LENGTH = 64M
++ CPUSRAM (rwxa) : ORIGIN = 0x24000000, LENGTH = 32K
++ }"
++ ;;
++ avr32elf_ap7200)
++ MEMORY="MEMORY
++ {
++ FLASH (rxai) : ORIGIN = 0x00000000, LENGTH = 64M
++ CPUSRAM (rwxa) : ORIGIN = 0x08000000, LENGTH = 64K
++ }"
++ ;;
++ esac
++ ;;
++
++avr32elf_uc3*)
++ MACHINE=uc
++ INITIAL_READONLY_SECTIONS=".reset : { *(.reset) } >FLASH AT>FLASH"
++ TEXT_START_ADDR=0x80000000
++ OTHER_SECTIONS=".userpage : { *(.userpage .userpage.*) } >USERPAGE AT>USERPAGE
++ .factorypage : { *(.factorypage .factorypage.*) } >FACTORYPAGE AT>FACTORYPAGE"
++
++ case "$EMULATION" in
++ avr32elf_uc3a[01]512*)
++ MEMORY="MEMORY
++ {
++ FLASH (rxai!w) : ORIGIN = 0x80000000, LENGTH = 512K
++ CPUSRAM (wxa!ri) : ORIGIN = 0x00000000, LENGTH = 64K
++ USERPAGE : ORIGIN = 0x80800000, LENGTH = 512
++ FACTORYPAGE : ORIGIN = 0x80800200, LENGTH = 512
++ }"
++ ;;
++
++ avr32elf_uc3a[01]256)
++ MEMORY="MEMORY
++ {
++ FLASH (rxai!w) : ORIGIN = 0x80000000, LENGTH = 256K
++ CPUSRAM (wxa!ri) : ORIGIN = 0x00000000, LENGTH = 64K
++ USERPAGE : ORIGIN = 0x80800000, LENGTH = 512
++ FACTORYPAGE : ORIGIN = 0x80800200, LENGTH = 512
++ }"
++ ;;
++
++ avr32elf_uc3b[01]256*)
++ MEMORY="MEMORY
++ {
++ FLASH (rxai!w) : ORIGIN = 0x80000000, LENGTH = 256K
++ CPUSRAM (wxa!ri) : ORIGIN = 0x00000000, LENGTH = 32K
++ USERPAGE : ORIGIN = 0x80800000, LENGTH = 512
++ FACTORYPAGE : ORIGIN = 0x80800200, LENGTH = 512
++ }"
++ ;;
++
++ avr32elf_uc3[ab][01]128)
++ MEMORY="MEMORY
++ {
++ FLASH (rxai!w) : ORIGIN = 0x80000000, LENGTH = 128K
++ CPUSRAM (wxa!ri) : ORIGIN = 0x00000000, LENGTH = 32K
++ USERPAGE : ORIGIN = 0x80800000, LENGTH = 512
++ FACTORYPAGE : ORIGIN = 0x80800200, LENGTH = 512
++ }"
++ ;;
++
++ avr32elf_uc3b[01]64)
++ MEMORY="MEMORY
++ {
++ FLASH (rxai!w) : ORIGIN = 0x80000000, LENGTH = 64K
++ CPUSRAM (wxa!ri) : ORIGIN = 0x00000000, LENGTH = 16K
++ USERPAGE : ORIGIN = 0x80800000, LENGTH = 512
++ FACTORYPAGE : ORIGIN = 0x80800200, LENGTH = 512
++ }"
++ ;;
++
++ avr32elf_uc3a3256*)
++ MEMORY="MEMORY
++ {
++ FLASH (rxai!w) : ORIGIN = 0x80000000, LENGTH = 256K
++ CPUSRAM (wxa!ri) : ORIGIN = 0x00000000, LENGTH = 64K
++ HSBSRAM (wxa!ri) : ORIGIN = 0xFF000000, LENGTH = 64K
++ USERPAGE : ORIGIN = 0x80800000, LENGTH = 512
++ FACTORYPAGE : ORIGIN = 0x80800200, LENGTH = 512
++ }"
++ OTHER_SECTIONS ="${OTHER_SECTIONS}
++ .hsbsram : { *(.hsbsram .hsbsram.*) } >HSBSRAM AT>FLASH :FLASH
++"
++
++ ;;
++
++ avr32elf_uc3a3128*)
++ MEMORY="MEMORY
++ {
++ FLASH (rxai!w) : ORIGIN = 0x80000000, LENGTH = 128K
++ CPUSRAM (wxa!ri) : ORIGIN = 0x00000000, LENGTH = 64K
++ HSBSRAM (wxa!ri) : ORIGIN = 0xFF000000, LENGTH = 64K
++ USERPAGE : ORIGIN = 0x80800000, LENGTH = 512
++ FACTORYPAGE : ORIGIN = 0x80800200, LENGTH = 512
++ }"
++ OTHER_SECTIONS ="${OTHER_SECTIONS}
++ .hsbsram : { *(.hsbsram .hsbsram.*) } >HSBSRAM AT>FLASH :FLASH
++"
++ ;;
++
++ avr32elf_uc3a364*)
++ MEMORY="MEMORY
++ {
++ FLASH (rxai!w) : ORIGIN = 0x80000000, LENGTH = 64K
++ CPUSRAM (wxa!ri) : ORIGIN = 0x00000000, LENGTH = 64K
++ HSBSRAM (wxa!ri) : ORIGIN = 0xFF000000, LENGTH = 64K
++ USERPAGE : ORIGIN = 0x80800000, LENGTH = 512
++ FACTORYPAGE : ORIGIN = 0x80800200, LENGTH = 512
++ }"
++ OTHER_SECTIONS ="${OTHER_SECTIONS}
++ .hsbsram : { *(.hsbsram .hsbsram.*) } >HSBSRAM AT>FLASH :FLASH
++"
++ ;;
++
++
++ esac
++ ;;
++
++esac
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/ld/emulparams/avr32linux.sh
+@@ -0,0 +1,14 @@
++ARCH=avr32
++SCRIPT_NAME=elf
++TEMPLATE_NAME=elf32
++EXTRA_EM_FILE=avr32elf
++OUTPUT_FORMAT="elf32-avr32"
++GENERATE_SHLIB_SCRIPT=yes
++MAXPAGESIZE=0x1000
++TEXT_START_ADDR=0x00001000
++NOP=0xd703d703
++
++# This appears to place the GOT before the data section, which is
++# essential for uClinux. We don't use those .s* sections on AVR32
++# anyway, so it shouldn't hurt for regular Linux either...
++NO_SMALL_DATA=yes
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/ld/emultempl/avr32elf.em
+@@ -0,0 +1,133 @@
++# This shell script emits a C file. -*- C -*-
++# Copyright (C) 2007 Atmel Corporation
++#
++# This file is part of GLD, the Gnu Linker.
++#
++# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
++# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
++# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
++# (at your option) any later version.
++#
++# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
++# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
++# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
++# GNU General Public License for more details.
++#
++# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
++# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
++# Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street - Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA.
++#
++
++# This file is sourced from elf32.em, and defines extra avr32-elf
++# specific routines.
++#
++
++# Generate linker script for writable rodata
++LD_FLAG=rodata-writable
++DATA_ALIGNMENT=${DATA_ALIGNMENT_}
++RELOCATING=" "
++WRITABLE_RODATA=" "
++( echo "/* Linker script for writable rodata */"
++ . ${CUSTOMIZER_SCRIPT} ${EMULATION_NAME}
++ . ${srcdir}/scripttempl/${SCRIPT_NAME}.sc
++) | sed -e '/^ *$/d;s/[ ]*$//' > ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xwr
++
++
++cat >> e${EMULATION_NAME}.c <<EOF
++
++#include "libbfd.h"
++#include "elf32-avr32.h"
++
++/* Whether to allow direct references (sub or mov) to SEC_DATA and
++ !SEC_CONTENTS sections when optimizing. Not enabled by default
++ since it might cause link errors. */
++static int direct_data_refs = 0;
++
++static void avr32_elf_after_open (void)
++{
++ bfd_elf32_avr32_set_options (&link_info, direct_data_refs);
++ gld${EMULATION_NAME}_after_open ();
++}
++
++static int rodata_writable = 0;
++
++static char * gld${EMULATION_NAME}_get_script (int *isfile);
++
++static char * avr32_elf_get_script (int *isfile)
++{
++ if ( rodata_writable )
++ {
++EOF
++if test -n "$COMPILE_IN"
++then
++# Scripts compiled in.
++
++# sed commands to quote an ld script as a C string.
++sc="-f stringify.sed"
++
++cat >>e${EMULATION_NAME}.c <<EOF
++ *isfile = 0;
++ return
++EOF
++sed $sc ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xwr >> e${EMULATION_NAME}.c
++echo ';' >> e${EMULATION_NAME}.c
++else
++# Scripts read from the filesystem.
++
++cat >>e${EMULATION_NAME}.c <<EOF
++ *isfile = 1;
++ return "ldscripts/${EMULATION_NAME}.xwr";
++EOF
++fi
++
++cat >>e${EMULATION_NAME}.c <<EOF
++ }
++ return gld${EMULATION_NAME}_get_script (isfile);
++}
++
++
++EOF
++
++# Define some shell vars to insert bits of code into the standard elf
++# parse_args and list_options functions.
++#
++PARSE_AND_LIST_PROLOGUE='
++#define OPTION_DIRECT_DATA 300
++#define OPTION_NO_DIRECT_DATA 301
++#define OPTION_RODATA_WRITABLE 302
++#define OPTION_NO_RODATA_WRITABLE 303
++'
++
++PARSE_AND_LIST_LONGOPTS='
++ { "direct-data", no_argument, NULL, OPTION_DIRECT_DATA },
++ { "no-direct-data", no_argument, NULL, OPTION_NO_DIRECT_DATA },
++ { "rodata-writable", no_argument, NULL, OPTION_RODATA_WRITABLE },
++ { "no-rodata-writable", no_argument, NULL, OPTION_NO_RODATA_WRITABLE },
++'
++
++PARSE_AND_LIST_OPTIONS='
++ fprintf (file, _(" --direct-data\t\tAllow direct data references when optimizing\n"));
++ fprintf (file, _(" --no-direct-data\tDo not allow direct data references when optimizing\n"));
++ fprintf (file, _(" --rodata-writable\tPut read-only data in writable data section\n"));
++ fprintf (file, _(" --no-rodata-writable\tDo not put read-only data in writable data section\n"));
++'
++
++PARSE_AND_LIST_ARGS_CASES='
++ case OPTION_DIRECT_DATA:
++ direct_data_refs = 1;
++ break;
++ case OPTION_NO_DIRECT_DATA:
++ direct_data_refs = 0;
++ break;
++ case OPTION_RODATA_WRITABLE:
++ rodata_writable = 1;
++ break;
++ case OPTION_NO_RODATA_WRITABLE:
++ rodata_writable = 0;
++ break;
++'
++
++# Replace some of the standard ELF functions with our own versions.
++#
++LDEMUL_AFTER_OPEN=avr32_elf_after_open
++LDEMUL_GET_SCRIPT=avr32_elf_get_script
+--- a/ld/ld.info
++++ b/ld/ld.info
+@@ -4347,6 +4347,8 @@ not listed.
+
+ * ARM:: `ld' and the ARM family
+
++* AVR32:: `ld' and AVR32 processors
++
+ * HPPA ELF32:: `ld' and HPPA 32-bit ELF
+
+ * MMIX:: `ld' and MMIX
+@@ -4487,7 +4489,7 @@ PIC. This avoids problems on uClinux ta
+ used to generate relocatable binaries.
+
+ 
+-File: ld.info, Node: ARM, Next: HPPA ELF32, Prev: i960, Up: Machine Dependent
++File: ld.info, Node: ARM, Next: AV32, Prev: i960, Up: Machine Dependent
+
+ 4.4 `ld' and the ARM family
+ ===========================
+@@ -4588,7 +4590,31 @@ enumeration values fitted into the small
+ diagnosed.
+
+ 
+-File: ld.info, Node: HPPA ELF32, Next: MMIX, Prev: ARM, Up: Machine Dependent
++File: ld.info, Node: AVR32, Next: HPPA ELF32, Prev: ARM, Up: Machine Dependent
++
++4.4 `ld' and AVR32 processors
++=============================
++
++`--direct-data'
++
++`--no-direct-data'
++ Taking the address of a symbol can often be done by using a direct
++ `mov' or pc-relative `sub' instruction, which is faster than using
++ a PC- or GOT-relative load, especially on the uC3 processors.
++ However, this does not always work when dealing with symbols in
++ the `.data' section so this optimization is disabled by default.
++
++ Specifying `--direct-data' will enable this optimization. Note
++ that this may cause `relocation truncated to fit' errors for
++ certain large programs. If this happens, the optimization can be
++ turned off by specifying `--no-direct-data'.
++
++ All known issues with direct data optimizations are detected at
++ link time, so if the linker doesn't complain, the result should
++ run just fine.
++
++
++File: ld.info, Node: HPPA ELF32, Next: MMIX, Prev: AVR32, Up: Machine Dependent
+
+ 4.5 `ld' and HPPA 32-bit ELF Support
+ ====================================
+@@ -6336,6 +6362,7 @@ LD Index
+ * --no-check-sections: Options. (line 765)
+ * --no-define-common: Options. (line 787)
+ * --no-demangle: Options. (line 816)
++* --no-direct-data: AVR32. (line 6)
+ * --no-dotsyms: PowerPC64 ELF64. (line 33)
+ * --no-enum-size-warning: ARM. (line 94)
+ * --no-gc-sections: Options. (line 848)
+@@ -6534,6 +6561,7 @@ LD Index
+ * AT(LMA): Output Section LMA. (line 6)
+ * AT>LMA_REGION: Output Section LMA. (line 6)
+ * automatic data imports: WIN32. (line 170)
++* AVR32 options: AVR32. (line 6)
+ * back end: BFD. (line 6)
+ * BASE (MRI): MRI. (line 54)
+ * BE8: ARM. (line 23)
+@@ -7018,6 +7046,7 @@ Node: H8/300183897
+ Node: i960185522
+ Node: M68HC11/68HC12187207
+ Node: ARM188910
++Node: AVR32182578
+ Node: HPPA ELF32193760
+ Node: MMIX195383
+ Node: MSP430196600
+--- a/ld/ld.texinfo
++++ b/ld/ld.texinfo
+@@ -21,6 +21,7 @@
+ @set UsesEnvVars
+ @set GENERIC
+ @set ARM
++@set AVR32
+ @set H8300
+ @set HPPA
+ @set I960
+@@ -139,6 +140,9 @@ section entitled ``GNU Free Documentatio
+ @ifset ARM
+ * ARM:: ld and the ARM family
+ @end ifset
++@ifset AVR32
++* AVR32:: ld and AVR32 processors
++@end ifset
+ @ifset HPPA
+ * HPPA ELF32:: ld and HPPA 32-bit ELF
+ @end ifset
+@@ -5248,6 +5252,9 @@ functionality are not listed.
+ @ifset ARM
+ * ARM:: @command{ld} and the ARM family
+ @end ifset
++@ifset AVR32
++* AVR32:: @command{ld} and AVR32 processors
++@end ifset
+ @ifset HPPA
+ * HPPA ELF32:: @command{ld} and HPPA 32-bit ELF
+ @end ifset
+@@ -5589,6 +5596,52 @@ not be diagnosed.
+ @end ifclear
+ @end ifset
+
++@ifset AVR32
++@ifclear GENERIC
++@raisesections
++@end ifclear
++
++@node AVR32
++@section @command{ld} and AVR32 processors
++@cindex AVR32 options
++@table @option
++@kindex --direct-data
++@kindex --no-direct-data
++@item --direct-data
++@item --no-direct-data
++Taking the address of a symbol can often be done by using a direct
++@code{mov} or pc-relative @code{sub} instruction, which is faster than
++using a PC- or GOT-relative load, especially on the uC3
++processors. However, this does not always work when dealing with
++symbols in the @code{.data} section so this optimization is disabled
++by default.
++
++Specifying @option{--direct-data} will enable this optimization. Note
++that this may cause @samp{relocation truncated to fit} errors for
++certain large programs. If this happens, the optimization can be
++turned off by specifying @option{--no-direct-data}.
++
++All known issues with direct data optimizations are detected at link
++time, so if the linker doesn't complain, the result should run just
++fine.
++
++@kindex --rodata-writable
++@kindex --no-rodata-writable
++@item --rodata-writable
++@item --no-rodata-writable
++Using the @option{--rodata-writable} options will cause the linker
++to try and use a linker script where read-only data will be placed
++in the same section as writable data. This can give great performance
++gain on cacheless processors where read-only data normally is placed in
++flash, and writable data is placed in internal sram. This will however
++come at the expence of a larger memory footprint.
++@end table
++
++@ifclear GENERIC
++@lowersections
++@end ifclear
++@end ifset
++
+ @ifset HPPA
+ @ifclear GENERIC
+ @raisesections
+--- a/ld/Makefile.am
++++ b/ld/Makefile.am
+@@ -137,7 +137,34 @@ ALL_EMULATIONS = \
+ eavr3.o \
+ eavr4.o \
+ eavr5.o \
+- eavr6.o \
++ eavr6.o \
++ eavr32elf_ap7000.o \
++ eavr32elf_ap7001.o \
++ eavr32elf_ap7002.o \
++ eavr32elf_ap7200.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3a0128.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3a0256.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3a0512.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3a0512es.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3a1128.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3a1256.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3a1512es.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3a1512.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3a364.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3a364s.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3a3128.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3a3128s.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3a3256.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3a3256s.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3b064.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3b0128.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3b0256es.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3b0256.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3b164.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3b1128.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3b1256es.o \
++ eavr32elf_uc3b1256.o \
++ eavr32linux.o \
+ ecoff_i860.o \
+ ecoff_sparc.o \
+ eelf32_spu.o \
+@@ -622,6 +649,114 @@ eavr6.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr6.sh $(
+ $(ELF_DEPS) $(srcdir)/scripttempl/avr.sc \
+ ${GEN_DEPENDS}
+ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr6 "$(tdir_avr2)"
++eavr32elf_ap7000.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_ap7000 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_ap7001.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_ap7001 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_ap7002.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_ap7002 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_ap7200.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_ap7200 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3a0128.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3a0128 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3a0256.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3a0256 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3a0512.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3a0512 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3a0512es.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3a0512es "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3a1128.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3a1128 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3a1256.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3a1256 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3a1512.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3a1512 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3a1512es.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3a1512es "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3a364.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3a364 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3a364s.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3a364s "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3a3128.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3a3128 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3a3128s.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3a3128s "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3a3256.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3a3256 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3a3256s.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3a3256s "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3b064.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3b064 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3b0128.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3b0128 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3b0256.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3b0256 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3b0256es.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3b0256es "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3b164.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3b164 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3b1128.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3b1128 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3b1256.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3b1256 "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32elf_uc3b1256es.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32elf.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32elf_uc3b1256es "$(tdir_avr32)" avr32elf
++eavr32linux.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/avr32linux.sh \
++ $(srcdir)/emultempl/elf32.em $(srcdir)/emultempl/avr32elf.em \
++ $(srcdir)/scripttempl/elf.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
++ ${GENSCRIPTS} avr32linux "$(tdir_avr32)"
+ ecoff_i860.c: $(srcdir)/emulparams/coff_i860.sh \
+ $(srcdir)/emultempl/generic.em $(srcdir)/scripttempl/i860coff.sc ${GEN_DEPENDS}
+ ${GENSCRIPTS} coff_i860 "$(tdir_coff_i860)"
+@@ -1877,7 +2012,9 @@ install-exec-local: ld-new$(EXEEXT)
+ || $(LIBTOOL) --mode=install $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) ld-new$(EXEEXT) $(DESTDIR)$(tooldir)/bin/ld$(EXEEXT); \
+ fi
+
+-install-data-local:
++# We want install to imply install-info as per GNU standards, despite the
++# cygnus option.
++install-data-local: install-info
+ $(mkinstalldirs) $(DESTDIR)$(scriptdir)/ldscripts
+ for f in ldscripts/*; do \
+ $(INSTALL_DATA) $$f $(DESTDIR)$(scriptdir)/$$f ; \
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/ld/scripttempl/elf_xip.sc
+@@ -0,0 +1,456 @@
++#
++# Unusual variables checked by this code:
++# NOP - four byte opcode for no-op (defaults to 0)
++# NO_SMALL_DATA - no .sbss/.sbss2/.sdata/.sdata2 sections if not
++# empty.
++# SMALL_DATA_CTOR - .ctors contains small data.
++# SMALL_DATA_DTOR - .dtors contains small data.
++# DATA_ADDR - if end-of-text-plus-one-page isn't right for data start
++# INITIAL_READONLY_SECTIONS - at start of text segment
++# OTHER_READONLY_SECTIONS - other than .text .init .rodata ...
++# (e.g., .PARISC.milli)
++# OTHER_TEXT_SECTIONS - these get put in .text when relocating
++# OTHER_READWRITE_SECTIONS - other than .data .bss .ctors .sdata ...
++# (e.g., .PARISC.global)
++# OTHER_RELRO_SECTIONS - other than .data.rel.ro ...
++# (e.g. PPC32 .fixup, .got[12])
++# OTHER_BSS_SECTIONS - other than .bss .sbss ...
++# OTHER_SECTIONS - at the end
++# EXECUTABLE_SYMBOLS - symbols that must be defined for an
++# executable (e.g., _DYNAMIC_LINK)
++# TEXT_START_ADDR - the first byte of the text segment, after any
++# headers.
++# TEXT_BASE_ADDRESS - the first byte of the text segment.
++# TEXT_START_SYMBOLS - symbols that appear at the start of the
++# .text section.
++# DATA_START_SYMBOLS - symbols that appear at the start of the
++# .data section.
++# OTHER_GOT_SYMBOLS - symbols defined just before .got.
++# OTHER_GOT_SECTIONS - sections just after .got.
++# OTHER_SDATA_SECTIONS - sections just after .sdata.
++# OTHER_BSS_SYMBOLS - symbols that appear at the start of the
++# .bss section besides __bss_start.
++# DATA_PLT - .plt should be in data segment, not text segment.
++# PLT_BEFORE_GOT - .plt just before .got when .plt is in data segement.
++# BSS_PLT - .plt should be in bss segment
++# TEXT_DYNAMIC - .dynamic in text segment, not data segment.
++# EMBEDDED - whether this is for an embedded system.
++# SHLIB_TEXT_START_ADDR - if set, add to SIZEOF_HEADERS to set
++# start address of shared library.
++# INPUT_FILES - INPUT command of files to always include
++# WRITABLE_RODATA - if set, the .rodata section should be writable
++# INIT_START, INIT_END - statements just before and just after
++# combination of .init sections.
++# FINI_START, FINI_END - statements just before and just after
++# combination of .fini sections.
++# STACK_ADDR - start of a .stack section.
++# OTHER_END_SYMBOLS - symbols to place right at the end of the script.
++# SEPARATE_GOTPLT - if set, .got.plt should be separate output section,
++# so that .got can be in the RELRO area. It should be set to
++# the number of bytes in the beginning of .got.plt which can be
++# in the RELRO area as well.
++#
++# When adding sections, do note that the names of some sections are used
++# when specifying the start address of the next.
++#
++
++# Many sections come in three flavours. There is the 'real' section,
++# like ".data". Then there are the per-procedure or per-variable
++# sections, generated by -ffunction-sections and -fdata-sections in GCC,
++# and useful for --gc-sections, which for a variable "foo" might be
++# ".data.foo". Then there are the linkonce sections, for which the linker
++# eliminates duplicates, which are named like ".gnu.linkonce.d.foo".
++# The exact correspondences are:
++#
++# Section Linkonce section
++# .text .gnu.linkonce.t.foo
++# .rodata .gnu.linkonce.r.foo
++# .data .gnu.linkonce.d.foo
++# .bss .gnu.linkonce.b.foo
++# .sdata .gnu.linkonce.s.foo
++# .sbss .gnu.linkonce.sb.foo
++# .sdata2 .gnu.linkonce.s2.foo
++# .sbss2 .gnu.linkonce.sb2.foo
++# .debug_info .gnu.linkonce.wi.foo
++# .tdata .gnu.linkonce.td.foo
++# .tbss .gnu.linkonce.tb.foo
++#
++# Each of these can also have corresponding .rel.* and .rela.* sections.
++
++test -z "$ENTRY" && ENTRY=_start
++test -z "${BIG_OUTPUT_FORMAT}" && BIG_OUTPUT_FORMAT=${OUTPUT_FORMAT}
++test -z "${LITTLE_OUTPUT_FORMAT}" && LITTLE_OUTPUT_FORMAT=${OUTPUT_FORMAT}
++if [ -z "$MACHINE" ]; then OUTPUT_ARCH=${ARCH}; else OUTPUT_ARCH=${ARCH}:${MACHINE}; fi
++test -z "${ELFSIZE}" && ELFSIZE=32
++test -z "${ALIGNMENT}" && ALIGNMENT="${ELFSIZE} / 8"
++test "$LD_FLAG" = "N" && DATA_ADDR=.
++test -n "$CREATE_SHLIB$CREATE_PIE" && test -n "$SHLIB_DATA_ADDR" && COMMONPAGESIZE=""
++test -z "$CREATE_SHLIB$CREATE_PIE" && test -n "$DATA_ADDR" && COMMONPAGESIZE=""
++test -n "$RELRO_NOW" && unset SEPARATE_GOTPLT
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++ RO_REGION="${RO_VMA_REGION+ >}${RO_VMA_REGION}${RO_LMA_REGION+ AT>}${RO_LMA_REGION}"
++ RW_REGION="${RW_VMA_REGION+ >}${RW_VMA_REGION}${RW_LMA_REGION+ AT>}${RW_LMA_REGION}"
++else
++ RO_REGION=""
++ RW_REGION=""
++fi
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++PLT=".plt ${RELOCATING-0} : { *(.plt) }"
++if test -z "$GOT"; then
++ if test -z "$SEPARATE_GOTPLT"; then
++ GOT=".got ${RELOCATING-0} : { *(.got.plt) *(.got) }"
++ else
++ GOT=".got ${RELOCATING-0} : { *(.got) }"
++ GOTPLT="${RELOCATING+${DATA_SEGMENT_RELRO_GOTPLT_END}}
++ .got.plt ${RELOCATING-0} : { *(.got.plt) }"
++ fi
++fi
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++STACKNOTE="/DISCARD/ : { *(.note.GNU-stack) }"
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++ ${RELOCATING+PROVIDE (___sbss_start = .);}
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++ *(.scommon)
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++ ${RELOCATING+PROVIDE (___sbss_end = .);}
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++ SDATA="/* We want the small data sections together, so single-instruction offsets
++ can access them all, and initialized data all before uninitialized, so
++ we can shorten the on-disk segment size. */
++ .sdata ${RELOCATING-0} :
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++ ${RELOCATING+${SDATA_START_SYMBOLS}}
++ ${CREATE_SHLIB+*(.sdata2 .sdata2.* .gnu.linkonce.s2.*)}
++ *(.sdata${RELOCATING+ .sdata.* .gnu.linkonce.s.*})
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++ .rela.sdata ${RELOCATING-0} : { *(.rela.sdata${RELOCATING+ .rela.sdata.* .rela.gnu.linkonce.s.*}) }"
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++ .rela.sbss2 ${RELOCATING-0} : { *(.rela.sbss2${RELOCATING+ .rela.sbss2.* .rela.gnu.linkonce.sb2.*}) }${RO_REGION}"
++else
++ NO_SMALL_DATA=" "
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++ {
++ ${CONSTRUCTING+${CTOR_START}}
++ /* gcc uses crtbegin.o to find the start of
++ the constructors, so we make sure it is
++ first. Because this is a wildcard, it
++ doesn't matter if the user does not
++ actually link against crtbegin.o; the
++ linker won't look for a file to match a
++ wildcard. The wildcard also means that it
++ doesn't matter which directory crtbegin.o
++ is in. */
++
++ KEEP (*crtbegin*.o(.ctors))
++
++ /* We don't want to include the .ctor section from
++ from the crtend.o file until after the sorted ctors.
++ The .ctor section from the crtend file contains the
++ end of ctors marker and it must be last */
++
++ KEEP (*(EXCLUDE_FILE (*crtend*.o $OTHER_EXCLUDE_FILES) .ctors))
++ KEEP (*(SORT(.ctors.*)))
++ KEEP (*(.ctors))
++ ${CONSTRUCTING+${CTOR_END}}
++ }"
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++ {
++ ${CONSTRUCTING+${DTOR_START}}
++ KEEP (*crtbegin*.o(.dtors))
++ KEEP (*(EXCLUDE_FILE (*crtend*.o $OTHER_EXCLUDE_FILES) .dtors))
++ KEEP (*(SORT(.dtors.*)))
++ KEEP (*(.dtors))
++ ${CONSTRUCTING+${DTOR_END}}
++ }"
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++ ${RELOCATING+_stack = .;}
++ *(.stack)
++ ${RELOCATING+${STACK_SIZE+. = ${STACK_SIZE};}}
++ ${RELOCATING+_estack = .;}
++ }${RW_REGION}"
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++# if this is for an embedded system, don't add SIZEOF_HEADERS.
++if [ -z "$EMBEDDED" ]; then
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++else
++ test -z "${TEXT_BASE_ADDRESS}" && TEXT_BASE_ADDRESS="${TEXT_START_ADDR}"
++fi
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++cat <<EOF
++OUTPUT_FORMAT("${OUTPUT_FORMAT}", "${BIG_OUTPUT_FORMAT}",
++ "${LITTLE_OUTPUT_FORMAT}")
++OUTPUT_ARCH(${OUTPUT_ARCH})
++ENTRY(${ENTRY})
++
++${RELOCATING+${LIB_SEARCH_DIRS}}
++${RELOCATING+/* Do we need any of these for elf?
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++${RELOCATING- /* For some reason, the Solaris linker makes bad executables
++ if gld -r is used and the intermediate file has sections starting
++ at non-zero addresses. Could be a Solaris ld bug, could be a GNU ld
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++
++ ${RELOCATING+${DALIGN}}
++ ${RELOCATING+PROVIDE (_data = ORIGIN(${RW_VMA_REGION}));}
++ . = ORIGIN(${RW_VMA_REGION});
++ /* Exception handling */
++ .eh_frame ${RELOCATING-0} : ONLY_IF_RW { KEEP (*(.eh_frame)) }${RW_REGION}
++ .gcc_except_table ${RELOCATING-0} : ONLY_IF_RW { KEEP (*(.gcc_except_table)) *(.gcc_except_table.*) }${RW_REGION}
++
++ /* Thread Local Storage sections */
++ .tdata ${RELOCATING-0} : { *(.tdata${RELOCATING+ .tdata.* .gnu.linkonce.td.*}) }${RW_REGION}
++ .tbss ${RELOCATING-0} : { *(.tbss${RELOCATING+ .tbss.* .gnu.linkonce.tb.*})${RELOCATING+ *(.tcommon)} }${RW_REGION}
++
++ /* Ensure the __preinit_array_start label is properly aligned. We
++ could instead move the label definition inside the section, but
++ the linker would then create the section even if it turns out to
++ be empty, which isn't pretty. */
++ ${RELOCATING+${CREATE_SHLIB-PROVIDE (__preinit_array_start = ALIGN(${ALIGNMENT}));}}
++ .preinit_array ${RELOCATING-0} : { KEEP (*(.preinit_array)) }${RW_REGION}
++ ${RELOCATING+${CREATE_SHLIB-PROVIDE (__preinit_array_end = .);}}
++
++ ${RELOCATING+${CREATE_SHLIB-PROVIDE (__init_array_start = .);}}
++ .init_array ${RELOCATING-0} : { KEEP (*(.init_array)) }${RW_REGION}
++ ${RELOCATING+${CREATE_SHLIB-PROVIDE (__init_array_end = .);}}
++
++ ${RELOCATING+${CREATE_SHLIB-PROVIDE (__fini_array_start = .);}}
++ .fini_array ${RELOCATING-0} : { KEEP (*(.fini_array)) }${RW_REGION}
++ ${RELOCATING+${CREATE_SHLIB-PROVIDE (__fini_array_end = .);}}
++
++ ${SMALL_DATA_CTOR-${RELOCATING+${CTOR}${RW_REGION}}}
++ ${SMALL_DATA_DTOR-${RELOCATING+${DTOR}${RW_REGION}}}
++ .jcr ${RELOCATING-0} : { KEEP (*(.jcr)) }${RW_REGION}
++
++ ${RELOCATING+${DATARELRO}}
++ ${OTHER_RELRO_SECTIONS}
++ ${TEXT_DYNAMIC-${DYNAMIC}${RW_REGION}}
++ ${NO_SMALL_DATA+${RELRO_NOW+${GOT}${RW_REGION}}}
++ ${NO_SMALL_DATA+${RELRO_NOW-${SEPARATE_GOTPLT+${GOT}${RW_REGION}}}}
++ ${NO_SMALL_DATA+${RELRO_NOW-${SEPARATE_GOTPLT+${GOTPLT}${RW_REGION}}}}
++ ${RELOCATING+${DATA_SEGMENT_RELRO_END}}
++ ${NO_SMALL_DATA+${RELRO_NOW-${SEPARATE_GOTPLT-${GOT}${RW_REGION}}}}
++
++ ${DATA_PLT+${PLT_BEFORE_GOT-${PLT}${RW_REGION}}}
++
++ .data ${RELOCATING-0} :
++ {
++ ${RELOCATING+${DATA_START_SYMBOLS}}
++ *(.data${RELOCATING+ .data.* .gnu.linkonce.d.*})
++ KEEP (*(.gnu.linkonce.d.*personality*))
++ ${CONSTRUCTING+SORT(CONSTRUCTORS)}
++ }${RW_REGION}
++ .data1 ${RELOCATING-0} : { *(.data1) }${RW_REGION}
++ ${WRITABLE_RODATA+${RODATA}${RW_REGION}}
++ ${OTHER_READWRITE_SECTIONS}
++ ${SMALL_DATA_CTOR+${RELOCATING+${CTOR}${RW_REGION}}}
++ ${SMALL_DATA_DTOR+${RELOCATING+${DTOR}${RW_REGION}}}
++ ${DATA_PLT+${PLT_BEFORE_GOT+${PLT}${RW_REGION}}}
++ ${RELOCATING+${OTHER_GOT_SYMBOLS}}
++ ${NO_SMALL_DATA-${GOT}${RW_REGION}}
++ ${OTHER_GOT_SECTIONS}
++ ${SDATA}
++ ${OTHER_SDATA_SECTIONS}
++ ${RELOCATING+${BALIGN}}
++ ${RELOCATING+_edata = .;}
++ ${RELOCATING+PROVIDE (edata = .);}
++ ${RELOCATING+__bss_start = .;}
++ ${RELOCATING+${OTHER_BSS_SYMBOLS}}
++ ${SBSS}
++ ${BSS_PLT+${PLT}${RW_REGION}}
++ .bss ${RELOCATING-0} :
++ {
++ *(.dynbss)
++ *(.bss${RELOCATING+ .bss.* .gnu.linkonce.b.*})
++ *(COMMON)
++ /* Align here to ensure that the .bss section occupies space up to
++ _end. Align after .bss to ensure correct alignment even if the
++ .bss section disappears because there are no input sections. */
++ ${RELOCATING+. = ALIGN(${BSS_ALIGNMENT});}
++ }${RW_REGION}
++ ${OTHER_BSS_SECTIONS}
++ ${RELOCATING+. = ALIGN(${BSS_ALIGNMENT});}
++ ${RELOCATING+_end = .;}
++ ${RELOCATING+${OTHER_BSS_END_SYMBOLS}}
++ ${RELOCATING+PROVIDE (end = .);}
++ ${RELOCATING+${DATA_SEGMENT_END}}
++
++ /* Stabs debugging sections. */
++ .stab 0 : { *(.stab) }
++ .stabstr 0 : { *(.stabstr) }
++ .stab.excl 0 : { *(.stab.excl) }
++ .stab.exclstr 0 : { *(.stab.exclstr) }
++ .stab.index 0 : { *(.stab.index) }
++ .stab.indexstr 0 : { *(.stab.indexstr) }
++
++ .comment 0 : { *(.comment) }
++
++ /* DWARF debug sections.
++ Symbols in the DWARF debugging sections are relative to the beginning
++ of the section so we begin them at 0. */
++
++ /* DWARF 1 */
++ .debug 0 : { *(.debug) }
++ .line 0 : { *(.line) }
++
++ /* GNU DWARF 1 extensions */
++ .debug_srcinfo 0 : { *(.debug_srcinfo) }
++ .debug_sfnames 0 : { *(.debug_sfnames) }
++
++ /* DWARF 1.1 and DWARF 2 */
++ .debug_aranges 0 : { *(.debug_aranges) }
++ .debug_pubnames 0 : { *(.debug_pubnames) }
++
++ /* DWARF 2 */
++ .debug_info 0 : { *(.debug_info .gnu.linkonce.wi.*) }
++ .debug_abbrev 0 : { *(.debug_abbrev) }
++ .debug_line 0 : { *(.debug_line) }
++ .debug_frame 0 : { *(.debug_frame) }
++ .debug_str 0 : { *(.debug_str) }
++ .debug_loc 0 : { *(.debug_loc) }
++ .debug_macinfo 0 : { *(.debug_macinfo) }
++
++ /* SGI/MIPS DWARF 2 extensions */
++ .debug_weaknames 0 : { *(.debug_weaknames) }
++ .debug_funcnames 0 : { *(.debug_funcnames) }
++ .debug_typenames 0 : { *(.debug_typenames) }
++ .debug_varnames 0 : { *(.debug_varnames) }
++
++ ${STACK_ADDR+${STACK}}
++ ${OTHER_SECTIONS}
++ ${RELOCATING+${OTHER_END_SYMBOLS}}
++ ${RELOCATING+${STACKNOTE}}
++}
++EOF
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/ld/testsuite/ld-avr32/avr32.exp
+@@ -0,0 +1,25 @@
++# Expect script for AVR32 ELF linker tests.
++# Copyright 2004-2006 Atmel Corporation.
++#
++# This file 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 2 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., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
++#
++# Written by Haavard Skinnemoen (hskinnemoen@atmel.com)
++#
++
++if ![istarget avr32-*-*] {
++ return
++}
++
++run_dump_test "pcrel"
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/ld/testsuite/ld-avr32/pcrel.d
+@@ -0,0 +1,74 @@
++#name: AVR32 ELF PC-relative external relocs
++#source: symbols.s
++#source: ../../../gas/testsuite/gas/avr32/pcrel.s
++#ld: -T $srcdir/$subdir/pcrel.ld
++#objdump: -d
++
++.*: file format elf.*avr32.*
++
++Disassembly of section .text:
++
++a0000000 <_start>:
++a0000000: d7 03 nop
++a0000002: d7 03 nop
++
++a0000004 <test_rjmp>:
++a0000004: d7 03 nop
++a0000006: c0 28 rjmp a000000a <test_rjmp\+0x6>
++a0000008: d7 03 nop
++a000000a: e0 8f 01 fb bral a0000400 <extsym10>
++
++a000000e <test_rcall>:
++a000000e: d7 03 nop
++a0000010 <test_rcall2>:
++a0000010: c0 2c rcall a0000014 <test_rcall2\+0x4>
++a0000012: d7 03 nop
++a0000014: ee b0 ff f6 rcall a0200000 <extsym21>
++
++a0000018 <test_branch>:
++a0000018: c0 31 brne a000001e <test_branch\+0x6>
++a000001a: fe 9f ff ff bral a0000018 <test_branch>
++a000001e: ee 90 ff f1 breq a0200000 <extsym21>
++
++a0000022 <test_lddpc>:
++a0000022: 48 30 lddpc r0,a000002c <sym1>
++a0000024: 48 20 lddpc r0,a000002c <sym1>
++a0000026: fe f0 7f da ld.w r0,pc\[32730\]
++ ...
++
++a000002c <sym1>:
++a000002c: d7 03 nop
++a000002e: d7 03 nop
++
++a0000030 <test_local>:
++a0000030: 48 20 lddpc r0,a0000038 <test_local\+0x8>
++a0000032: 48 30 lddpc r0,a000003c <test_local\+0xc>
++a0000034: 48 20 lddpc r0,a000003c <test_local\+0xc>
++a0000036: 00 00 add r0,r0
++a0000038: d7 03 nop
++a000003a: d7 03 nop
++a000003c: d7 03 nop
++a000003e: d7 03 nop
++
++Disassembly of section \.text\.init:
++a0000040 <test_inter_section>:
++a0000040: fe b0 ff e7 rcall a000000e <test_rcall>
++a0000044: d7 03 nop
++a0000046: fe b0 ff e4 rcall a000000e <test_rcall>
++a000004a: fe b0 ff e3 rcall a0000010 <test_rcall2>
++a000004e: d7 03 nop
++a0000050: fe b0 ff e0 rcall a0000010 <test_rcall2>
++
++Disassembly of section \.text\.pcrel10:
++
++a0000400 <extsym10>:
++a0000400: d7 03 nop
++
++Disassembly of section \.text\.pcrel16:
++
++a0008000 <extsym16>:
++a0008000: d7 03 nop
++
++Disassembly of section \.text\.pcrel21:
++a0200000 <extsym21>:
++a0200000: d7 03 nop
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/ld/testsuite/ld-avr32/pcrel.ld
+@@ -0,0 +1,23 @@
++ENTRY(_start)
++SECTIONS
++{
++ .text 0xa0000000:
++ {
++ *(.text)
++ }
++
++ .text.pcrel10 0xa0000400:
++ {
++ *(.text.pcrel10)
++ }
++
++ .text.pcrel16 0xa0008000:
++ {
++ *(.text.pcrel16)
++ }
++
++ .text.pcrel21 0xa0200000:
++ {
++ *(.text.pcrel21)
++ }
++}
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/ld/testsuite/ld-avr32/symbols.s
+@@ -0,0 +1,20 @@
++ .text
++ .global _start
++_start:
++ nop
++ nop
++
++ .section .text.pcrel10,"ax"
++ .global extsym10
++extsym10:
++ nop
++
++ .section .text.pcrel16,"ax"
++ .global extsym16
++extsym16:
++ nop
++
++ .section .text.pcrel21,"ax"
++ .global extsym21
++extsym21:
++ nop
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/opcodes/avr32-asm.c
+@@ -0,0 +1,264 @@
++/* Assembler interface for AVR32.
++ Copyright 2005, 2006 Atmel Corporation.
++
++ Written by Haavard Skinnemoen, Atmel Norway, <hskinnemoen@atmel.com>
++
++ This file is part of libopcodes.
++
++ 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 2 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., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA
++ 02111-1307, USA. */
++
++#include <string.h>
++
++#include "avr32-opc.h"
++#include "avr32-asm.h"
++
++/* Structure for a register hash table entry. */
++struct reg_entry
++{
++ const char *name;
++ int number;
++};
++
++/* Integer Registers. */
++static const struct reg_entry reg_table[] =
++ {
++ /* Primary names (used by the disassembler) */
++ { "r0", 0 }, { "r1", 1 }, { "r2", 2 }, { "r3", 3 },
++ { "r4", 4 }, { "r5", 5 }, { "r6", 6 }, { "r7", 7 },
++ { "r8", 8 }, { "r9", 9 }, { "r10", 10 }, { "r11", 11 },
++ { "r12", 12 }, { "sp", 13 }, { "lr", 14 }, { "pc", 15 },
++ /* Alternatives to sp, lr and pc. */
++ { "r13", 13 }, { "r14", 14 }, { "r15", 15 },
++ };
++#define AVR32_NR_INTREGS (sizeof(reg_table)/sizeof(reg_table[0]))
++
++/* Coprocessor Registers. */
++static const struct reg_entry cr_table[] =
++ {
++ { "cr0", 0 }, { "cr1", 1 }, { "cr2", 2 }, { "cr3", 3 },
++ { "cr4", 4 }, { "cr5", 5 }, { "cr6", 6 }, { "cr7", 7 },
++ { "cr8", 8 }, { "cr9", 9 }, { "cr10", 10 }, { "cr11", 11 },
++ { "cr12", 12 }, { "cr13", 13 }, { "cr14", 14 }, { "cr15", 15 },
++ };
++#define AVR32_NR_CPREGS (sizeof(cr_table)/sizeof(cr_table[0]))
++
++/* Floating-point Registers. */
++static const struct reg_entry fr_table[] =
++ {
++ { "fr0", 0 }, { "fr1", 1 }, { "fr2", 2 }, { "fr3", 3 },
++ { "fr4", 4 }, { "fr5", 5 }, { "fr6", 6 }, { "fr7", 7 },
++ { "fr8", 8 }, { "fr9", 9 }, { "fr10", 10 }, { "fr11", 11 },
++ { "fr12", 12 }, { "fr13", 13 }, { "fr14", 14 }, { "fr15", 15 },
++ };
++#define AVR32_NR_FPREGS (sizeof(fr_table)/sizeof(fr_table[0]))
++
++/* PiCo Registers. */
++static const struct reg_entry pico_table[] =
++ {
++ { "inpix2", 0 }, { "inpix1", 1 }, { "inpix0", 2 },
++ { "outpix2", 3 }, { "outpix1", 4 }, { "outpix0", 5 },
++ { "coeff0_a", 6 }, { "coeff0_b", 7 }, { "coeff1_a", 8 },
++ { "coeff1_b", 9 }, { "coeff2_a", 10 }, { "coeff2_b", 11 },
++ { "vmu0_out", 12 }, { "vmu1_out", 13 }, { "vmu2_out", 14 },
++ { "config", 15 },
++ };
++#define AVR32_NR_PICOREGS (sizeof(pico_table)/sizeof(pico_table[0]))
++
++int
++avr32_parse_intreg(const char *str)
++{
++ unsigned int i;
++
++ for (i = 0; i < AVR32_NR_INTREGS; i++)
++ {
++ if (strcasecmp(reg_table[i].name, str) == 0)
++ return reg_table[i].number;
++ }
++
++ return -1;
++}
++
++int
++avr32_parse_cpreg(const char *str)
++{
++ unsigned int i;
++
++ for (i = 0; i < AVR32_NR_CPREGS; i++)
++ {
++ if (strcasecmp(cr_table[i].name, str) == 0)
++ return cr_table[i].number;
++ }
++
++ return -1;
++}
++
++int avr32_parse_fpreg(const char *str)
++{
++ unsigned int i;
++
++ for (i = 0; i < AVR32_NR_FPREGS; i++)
++ {
++ if (strcasecmp(fr_table[i].name, str) == 0)
++ return fr_table[i].number;
++ }
++
++ return -1;
++}
++
++int avr32_parse_picoreg(const char *str)
++{
++ unsigned int i;
++
++ for (i = 0; i < AVR32_NR_PICOREGS; i++)
++ {
++ if (strcasecmp(pico_table[i].name, str) == 0)
++ return pico_table[i].number;
++ }
++
++ return -1;
++}
++
++static unsigned long
++parse_reglist(char *str, char **endptr, int (*parse_reg)(const char *))
++{
++ int reg_from, reg_to;
++ unsigned long result = 0;
++ char *p1, *p2, c;
++
++ while (*str)
++ {
++ for (p1 = str; *p1; p1++)
++ if (*p1 == ',' || *p1 == '-')
++ break;
++
++ c = *p1, *p1 = 0;
++ reg_from = parse_reg(str);
++ *p1 = c;
++
++ if (reg_from < 0)
++ break;
++
++ if (*p1 == '-')
++ {
++ for (p2 = ++p1; *p2; p2++)
++ if (*p2 == ',')
++ break;
++
++ c = *p2, *p2 = 0;
++ /* printf("going to parse reg_to from `%s'\n", p1); */
++ reg_to = parse_reg(p1);
++ *p2 = c;
++
++ if (reg_to < 0)
++ break;
++
++ while (reg_from <= reg_to)
++ result |= (1 << reg_from++);
++ p1 = p2;
++ }
++ else
++ result |= (1 << reg_from);
++
++ str = p1;
++ if (*str) ++str;
++ }
++
++ if (endptr)
++ *endptr = str;
++
++ return result;
++}
++
++unsigned long
++avr32_parse_reglist(char *str, char **endptr)
++{
++ return parse_reglist(str, endptr, avr32_parse_intreg);
++}
++
++unsigned long
++avr32_parse_cpreglist(char *str, char **endptr)
++{
++ return parse_reglist(str, endptr, avr32_parse_cpreg);
++}
++
++unsigned long
++avr32_parse_pico_reglist(char *str, char **endptr)
++{
++ return parse_reglist(str, endptr, avr32_parse_picoreg);
++}
++
++int
++avr32_make_regmask8(unsigned long regmask16, unsigned long *regmask8)
++{
++ unsigned long result = 0;
++
++ /* printf("convert regmask16 0x%04lx\n", regmask16); */
++
++ if (regmask16 & 0xf)
++ {
++ if ((regmask16 & 0xf) == 0xf)
++ result |= 1 << 0;
++ else
++ return -1;
++ }
++ if (regmask16 & 0xf0)
++ {
++ if ((regmask16 & 0xf0) == 0xf0)
++ result |= 1 << 1;
++ else
++ return -1;
++ }
++ if (regmask16 & 0x300)
++ {
++ if ((regmask16 & 0x300) == 0x300)
++ result |= 1 << 2;
++ else
++ return -1;
++ }
++ if (regmask16 & (1 << 13))
++ return -1;
++
++ if (regmask16 & (1 << 10))
++ result |= 1 << 3;
++ if (regmask16 & (1 << 11))
++ result |= 1 << 4;
++ if (regmask16 & (1 << 12))
++ result |= 1 << 5;
++ if (regmask16 & (1 << 14))
++ result |= 1 << 6;
++ if (regmask16 & (1 << 15))
++ result |= 1 << 7;
++
++ *regmask8 = result;
++
++ return 0;
++}
++
++#if 0
++struct reg_map
++{
++ const struct reg_entry *names;
++ int nr_regs;
++ struct hash_control *htab;
++ const char *errmsg;
++};
++
++struct reg_map all_reg_maps[] =
++ {
++ { reg_table, AVR32_NR_INTREGS, NULL, N_("integral register expected") },
++ { cr_table, AVR32_NR_CPREGS, NULL, N_("coprocessor register expected") },
++ };
++#endif
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/opcodes/avr32-asm.h
+@@ -0,0 +1,42 @@
++/* Assembler interface for AVR32.
++ Copyright 2005, 2006 Atmel Corporation.
++
++ Written by Haavard Skinnemoen, Atmel Norway, <hskinnemoen@atmel.com>
++
++ This file is part of libopcodes.
++
++ 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 2 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., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA
++ 02111-1307, USA. */
++#ifndef __OPCODES_AVR32_ASM_H
++#define __OPCODES_AVR32_ASM_H
++
++extern int
++avr32_parse_intreg(const char *str);
++extern int
++avr32_parse_cpreg(const char *str);
++extern int
++avr32_parse_fpreg(const char *str);
++extern int
++avr32_parse_picoreg(const char *str);
++extern unsigned long
++avr32_parse_reglist(char *str, char **endptr);
++extern unsigned long
++avr32_parse_cpreglist(char *str, char **endptr);
++extern unsigned long
++avr32_parse_pico_reglist(char *str, char **endptr);
++extern int
++avr32_make_regmask8(unsigned long regmask16, unsigned long *regmask8);
++
++#endif /* __OPCODES_AVR32_ASM_H */
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/opcodes/avr32-dis.c
+@@ -0,0 +1,891 @@
++/* Print AVR32 instructions for GDB and objdump.
++ Copyright 2005, 2006 Atmel Corporation.
++
++ Written by Haavard Skinnemoen, Atmel Norway, <hskinnemoen@atmel.com>
++
++ This file is part of libopcodes.
++
++ 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 2 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., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA
++ 02111-1307, USA. */
++
++#include "sysdep.h"
++#include "dis-asm.h"
++#include "avr32-opc.h"
++#include "opintl.h"
++#include "safe-ctype.h"
++
++/* TODO: Share this with -asm */
++
++/* Structure for a register hash table entry. */
++struct reg_entry
++{
++ const char *name;
++ int number;
++};
++
++#ifndef strneq
++#define strneq(a,b,n) (strncmp ((a), (b), (n)) == 0)
++#endif
++
++
++static const struct reg_entry reg_table[] =
++ {
++ /* Primary names (used by the disassembler) */
++ { "r0", 0 }, { "r1", 1 }, { "r2", 2 }, { "r3", 3 },
++ { "r4", 4 }, { "r5", 5 }, { "r6", 6 }, { "r7", 7 },
++ { "r8", 8 }, { "r9", 9 }, { "r10", 10 }, { "r11", 11 },
++ { "r12", 12 }, { "sp", 13 }, { "lr", 14 }, { "pc", 15 },
++ /* Alternatives to sp, lr and pc. */
++ { "r13", 13 }, { "r14", 14 }, { "r15", 15 },
++ };
++#define AVR32_NR_INTREGS (sizeof(reg_table)/sizeof(reg_table[0]))
++
++/* Coprocessor Registers. */
++static const struct reg_entry cr_table[] =
++ {
++ { "cr0", 0 }, { "cr1", 1 }, { "cr2", 2 }, { "cr3", 3 },
++ { "cr4", 4 }, { "cr5", 5 }, { "cr6", 6 }, { "cr7", 7 },
++ { "cr8", 8 }, { "cr9", 9 }, { "cr10", 10 }, { "cr11", 11 },
++ { "cr12", 12 }, { "cr13", 13 }, { "cr14", 14 }, { "cr15", 15 },
++ };
++#define AVR32_NR_CPREGS (sizeof(cr_table)/sizeof(cr_table[0]))
++
++static const char bparts[4] = { 'b', 'l', 'u', 't' };
++static bfd_vma current_pc;
++
++struct avr32_field_value
++{
++ const struct avr32_ifield *ifield;
++ unsigned long value;
++};
++
++struct avr32_operand
++{
++ int id;
++ int is_pcrel;
++ int align_order;
++ int (*print)(struct avr32_operand *op, struct disassemble_info *info,
++ struct avr32_field_value *ifields);
++};
++
++static signed long
++get_signed_value(const struct avr32_field_value *fv)
++{
++ signed long value = fv->value;
++
++ if (fv->value & (1 << (fv->ifield->bitsize - 1)))
++ value |= (~0UL << fv->ifield->bitsize);
++
++ return value;
++}
++
++static void
++print_reglist_range(unsigned int first, unsigned int last,
++ const struct reg_entry *reg_names,
++ int need_comma,
++ struct disassemble_info *info)
++{
++ if (need_comma)
++ info->fprintf_func(info->stream, ",");
++
++ if (first == last)
++ info->fprintf_func(info->stream, "%s",
++ reg_names[first].name);
++ else
++ info->fprintf_func(info->stream, "%s-%s",
++ reg_names[first].name, reg_names[last].name);
++}
++
++static int
++print_intreg(struct avr32_operand *op,
++ struct disassemble_info *info,
++ struct avr32_field_value *ifields)
++{
++ unsigned long regid = ifields[0].value << op->align_order;
++
++ info->fprintf_func(info->stream, "%s",
++ reg_table[regid].name);
++ return 1;
++}
++
++static int
++print_intreg_predec(struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ struct disassemble_info *info,
++ struct avr32_field_value *ifields)
++{
++ info->fprintf_func(info->stream, "--%s",
++ reg_table[ifields[0].value].name);
++ return 1;
++}
++
++static int
++print_intreg_postinc(struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ struct disassemble_info *info,
++ struct avr32_field_value *ifields)
++{
++ info->fprintf_func(info->stream, "%s++",
++ reg_table[ifields[0].value].name);
++ return 1;
++}
++
++static int
++print_intreg_lsl(struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ struct disassemble_info *info,
++ struct avr32_field_value *ifields)
++{
++ const char *rp = reg_table[ifields[0].value].name;
++ unsigned long sa = ifields[1].value;
++
++ if (sa)
++ info->fprintf_func(info->stream, "%s<<0x%lx", rp, sa);
++ else
++ info->fprintf_func(info->stream, "%s", rp);
++
++ return 2;
++}
++
++static int
++print_intreg_lsr(struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ struct disassemble_info *info,
++ struct avr32_field_value *ifields)
++{
++ const char *rp = reg_table[ifields[0].value].name;
++ unsigned long sa = ifields[1].value;
++
++ if (sa)
++ info->fprintf_func(info->stream, "%s>>0x%lx", rp, sa);
++ else
++ info->fprintf_func(info->stream, "%s", rp);
++
++ return 2;
++}
++
++static int
++print_intreg_bpart(struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ struct disassemble_info *info,
++ struct avr32_field_value *ifields)
++{
++ info->fprintf_func(info->stream, "%s:%c",
++ reg_table[ifields[0].value].name,
++ bparts[ifields[1].value]);
++ return 2;
++}
++
++static int
++print_intreg_hpart(struct avr32_operand *op ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
++ struct disassemble_info *info,
++ struct avr32_field_value *ifields)
++{
++ info->fprintf_func(info->stream, "%s:%c",
++ reg_table[ifields[0].value].name,
++ ifields[1].value ? 't