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/* Output xcoff-format symbol table information from GNU compiler.
   Copyright (C) 1992 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

This file is part of GNU CC.

GNU CC 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.

GNU CC is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with GNU CC; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to
the Free Software Foundation, 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.  */

/* Output xcoff-format symbol table data.  The main functionality is contained
   in dbxout.c.  This file implements the sdbout-like parts of the xcoff
   interface.  Many functions are very similar to their counterparts in
   sdbout.c.  */

/* Include this first, because it may define MIN and MAX.  */
#include <stdio.h>

#include "config.h"
#include "tree.h"
#include "rtl.h"
#include "flags.h"


/* This defines the C_* storage classes.  */
#include <dbxstclass.h>

#include "xcoffout.h"

#if defined (USG) || defined (NO_STAB_H)
#include "gstab.h"
#include <stab.h>

/* This is a GNU extension we need to reference in this file.  */
#ifndef N_CATCH
#define N_CATCH 0x54

/* These are GNU extensions we need to reference in this file.  */
#ifndef N_DSLINE
#define N_DSLINE 0x46
#ifndef N_BSLINE
#define N_BSLINE 0x48

/* Line number of beginning of current function, minus one.
   Negative means not in a function or not using xcoff.  */

int xcoff_begin_function_line = -1;

/* Name of the current include file.  */

char *xcoff_current_include_file;

/* Name of the current function file.  This is the file the `.bf' is
   emitted from.  In case a line is emitted from a different file,
   (by including that file of course), then the line number will be
   absolute.  */

char *xcoff_current_function_file;

/* Names of bss and data sections.  These should be unique names for each
   compilation unit.  */

char *xcoff_bss_section_name;
char *xcoff_private_data_section_name;
char *xcoff_read_only_section_name;
/* Macro definitions used below.  */
/* Ensure we don't output a negative line number.  */
  if (LINE <= xcoff_begin_function_line)	\
    LINE = xcoff_begin_function_line + 1	\

{						\
  if (xcoff_begin_function_line == -1)		\
    {						\
      xcoff_begin_function_line = (LINENUM) - 1;\
      fprintf (FILE, "\t.bf\t%d\n", (LINENUM));	\
    }						\
  xcoff_current_function_file			\
    = (xcoff_current_include_file		\
       ? xcoff_current_include_file : main_input_filename); \

  do {						\
    int linenum = LINENUM;				\
    MAKE_LINE_SAFE (linenum);			\
    fprintf (FILE, "\t.ef\t%d\n", ABS_OR_RELATIVE_LINENO (linenum)); \
    xcoff_begin_function_line = -1;		\
  } while (0)

  do {						\
    int linenum = LINENUM;				\
    MAKE_LINE_SAFE (linenum);			\
    fprintf (FILE, "\t.bb\t%d\n", ABS_OR_RELATIVE_LINENO (linenum)); \
  } while (0)

  do {						\
    int linenum = LINENUM;				\
    MAKE_LINE_SAFE (linenum);			\
    fprintf (FILE, "\t.eb\t%d\n", ABS_OR_RELATIVE_LINENO (linenum)); \
  } while (0)
/* Support routines for XCOFF debugging info.  */

/* Assign NUMBER as the stabx type number for the type described by NAME.
   Search all decls in the list SYMS to find the type NAME.  */

static void
assign_type_number (syms, name, number)
     tree syms;
     char *name;
     int number;
  tree decl;

  for (decl = syms; decl; decl = TREE_CHAIN (decl))
    if (DECL_NAME (decl)
	&& strcmp (IDENTIFIER_POINTER (DECL_NAME (decl)), name) == 0)
	TREE_ASM_WRITTEN (decl) = 1;

/* Setup gcc primitive types to use the XCOFF built-in type numbers where
   possible.  */

xcoff_output_standard_types (syms)
     tree syms;
  /* Handle built-in C types here.  */

  assign_type_number (syms, "int", -1);
  assign_type_number (syms, "char", -2);
  assign_type_number (syms, "short int", -3);
  assign_type_number (syms, "long int", -4);
  assign_type_number (syms, "unsigned char", -5);
  assign_type_number (syms, "signed char", -6);
  assign_type_number (syms, "short unsigned int", -7);
  assign_type_number (syms, "unsigned int", -8);
  /* No such type "unsigned".  */
  assign_type_number (syms, "long unsigned int", -10);
  assign_type_number (syms, "void", -11);
  assign_type_number (syms, "float", -12);
  assign_type_number (syms, "double", -13);
  assign_type_number (syms, "long double", -14);
  /* Pascal and Fortran types run from -15 to -29.  */
  /* No such type "wchar".  */

  /* "long long int", and "long long unsigned int", are not handled here,
     because there are no predefined types that match them.  */

  /* ??? Should also handle built-in C++ and Obj-C types.  There perhaps
     aren't any that C doesn't already have.  */

/* Print an error message for unrecognized stab codes.  */

   do { \
     fprintf(stderr, "Error, unknown stab %s: : 0x%x\n", STR, stab); \
     fflush (stderr);	\
   } while (0)

/* Conversion routine from BSD stabs to AIX storage classes.  */

stab_to_sclass (stab)
     int stab;
  switch (stab)
    case N_GSYM:
      return C_GSYM;

    case N_FNAME:

    case N_FUN:
      return C_FUN;

    case N_STSYM:
    case N_LCSYM:
      return C_STSYM;

    case N_MAIN:
      abort ();

    case N_RSYM:
      return C_RSYM;

    case N_SSYM:
      abort ();

    case N_RPSYM:
      return C_RPSYM;

    case N_PSYM:
      return C_PSYM;
    case N_LSYM:
      return C_LSYM;
    case N_DECL:
      return C_DECL;
    case N_ENTRY:
      return C_ENTRY;

    case N_SO:
      UNKNOWN_STAB ("N_SO"); 
      abort ();

    case N_SOL:
      UNKNOWN_STAB ("N_SOL"); 
      abort ();

    case N_SLINE:
      abort ();

    case N_DSLINE:
      abort ();

    case N_BSLINE:
      abort ();
#if 0
      /* This has the same value as N_BSLINE.  */
    case N_BROWS:
      abort ();

    case N_BINCL:
      abort ();

    case N_EINCL:
      abort ();

    case N_EXCL:
      abort ();

    case N_LBRAC:
      abort ();

    case N_RBRAC:
      abort ();

    case N_BCOMM:
      return C_BCOMM;
    case N_ECOMM:
      return C_ECOMM;
    case N_ECOML:
      return C_ECOML;

    case N_LENG:
      abort ();

    case N_PC:
      UNKNOWN_STAB ("N_PC"); 
      abort ();

    case N_M2C:
      UNKNOWN_STAB ("N_M2C"); 
      abort ();

    case N_SCOPE:
      abort ();

    case N_CATCH:
      abort ();

      UNKNOWN_STAB ("default"); 
      abort ();

/* In XCOFF, we have to have this .bf before the function prologue.
   Rely on the value of `dbx_begin_function_line' not to duplicate .bf.  */

xcoffout_output_first_source_line (file, last_linenum)
     FILE *file;
     int last_linenum;
  ASM_OUTPUT_LFB (file, last_linenum);
  dbxout_parms (DECL_ARGUMENTS (current_function_decl));
  ASM_OUTPUT_SOURCE_LINE (file, last_linenum);

/* Output the symbols defined in block number DO_BLOCK.
   Set NEXT_BLOCK_NUMBER to 0 before calling.

   This function works by walking the tree structure of blocks,
   counting blocks until it finds the desired block.  */

static int do_block = 0;

static int next_block_number;

static void
xcoffout_block (block, depth, args)
     register tree block;
     int depth;
     tree args;
  while (block)
      /* Ignore blocks never expanded or otherwise marked as real.  */
      if (TREE_USED (block))
	  /* When we reach the specified block, output its symbols.  */
	  if (next_block_number == do_block)
	      /* Output the syms of the block.  */
	      if (debug_info_level != DINFO_LEVEL_TERSE || depth == 0)
		dbxout_syms (BLOCK_VARS (block));
	      if (args)
		dbxout_reg_parms (args);

	      /* We are now done with the block.  Don't go to inner blocks.  */
	  /* If we are past the specified block, stop the scan.  */
	  else if (next_block_number >= do_block)


	  /* Output the subblocks.  */
	  xcoffout_block (BLOCK_SUBBLOCKS (block), depth + 1, NULL_TREE);
      block = BLOCK_CHAIN (block);

/* Describe the beginning of an internal block within a function.
   Also output descriptions of variables defined in this block.

   N is the number of the block, by order of beginning, counting from 1,
   and not counting the outermost (function top-level) block.
   The blocks match the BLOCKs in DECL_INITIAL (current_function_decl),
   if the count starts at 0 for the outermost one.  */

xcoffout_begin_block (file, line, n)
     FILE *file;
     int line;
     int n;
  tree decl = current_function_decl;

  ASM_OUTPUT_LBB (file, line, n);

  do_block = n;
  next_block_number = 0;
  xcoffout_block (DECL_INITIAL (decl), 0, DECL_ARGUMENTS (decl));

/* Describe the end line-number of an internal block within a function.  */

xcoffout_end_block (file, line, n)
     FILE *file;
     int line;
     int n;
  ASM_OUTPUT_LBE (file, line, n);

/* Called at beginning of function (before prologue).
   Declare function as needed for debugging.  */

xcoffout_declare_function (file, decl, name)
     FILE *file;
     tree decl;
     char *name;
  char *n = name;
  int i;

  for (i = 0; name[i]; ++i)
      if (name[i] == '[')
	  n = (char *) alloca (i + 1);
	  strncpy (n, name, i);
	  n[i] = '\0';

  dbxout_symbol (decl, 0);
  fprintf (file, "\t.function .%s,.%s,16,044,FE..%s-.%s\n", n, n, n, n);

/* Called at beginning of function body (after prologue).
   Record the function's starting line number, so we can output
   relative line numbers for the other lines.
   Record the file name that this function is contained in.  */

xcoffout_begin_function (file, last_linenum)
     FILE *file;
     int last_linenum;
  ASM_OUTPUT_LFB (file, last_linenum);

/* Called at end of function (before epilogue).
   Describe end of outermost block.  */

xcoffout_end_function (file, last_linenum)
     FILE *file;
     int last_linenum;
  ASM_OUTPUT_LFE (file, last_linenum);

/* Output xcoff info for the absolute end of a function.
   Called after the epilogue is output.  */

xcoffout_end_epilogue (file)
     FILE *file;
  /* We need to pass the correct function size to .function, otherwise,
     the xas assembler can't figure out the correct size for the function
     aux entry.  So, we emit a label after the last instruction which can
     be used by the .function pseudo op to calculate the function size.  */

  char *fname = XSTR (XEXP (DECL_RTL (current_function_decl), 0), 0);
  if (*fname == '*')
  fprintf (file, "FE..");
  ASM_OUTPUT_LABEL (file, fname);