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1// arm-reloc-property.h -- ARM relocation properties -*- C++ -*-
2
3// Copyright 2010 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
4// Written by Doug Kwan <dougkwan@google.com>.
5
6// This file is part of gold.
7
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22
23#ifndef GOLD_ARM_RELOC_PROPERTY_H
24#define GOLD_ARM_RELOC_PROPERTY_H
25
26namespace gold
27{
28// The Arm_reloc_property class is to store information about a particular
29// relocation code.
30
31class Arm_reloc_property
32{
33 public:
34 // Types of relocation codes.
35 enum Reloc_type {
36 RT_NONE, // No relocation type.
37 RT_STATIC, // Relocations processed by static linkers.
38 RT_DYNAMIC, // Relocations processed by dynamic linkers.
39 RT_PRIVATE, // Private relocations, not supported by gold.
40 RT_OBSOLETE // Obsolete relocations that should not be used.
41 };
42
43 // Classes of relocation codes.
44 enum Reloc_class {
45 RC_NONE, // No relocation class.
46 RC_DATA, // Data relocation.
47 RC_ARM, // ARM instruction relocation.
48 RC_THM16, // 16-bit THUMB instruction relocation.
49 RC_THM32, // 32-bit THUMB instruction relocation.
50 RC_MISC // Miscellaneous class.
51 };
52
53 // Types of bases of relative addressing relocation codes.
54 enum Relative_address_base {
55 RAB_NONE, // Relocation is not relative addressing
56 RAB_B_S, // Address origin of output segment of defining symbol.
57 RAB_DELTA_B_S, // Change of address origin.
58 RAB_GOT_ORG, // Origin of GOT.
59 RAB_P, // Address of the place being relocated.
60 RAB_Pa, // Adjusted address (P & 0xfffffffc).
61 RAB_TLS, // Thread local storage.
62 RAB_tp // Thread pointer.
63 };
64
65 // Relocation code represented by this.
66 unsigned int
67 code() const
68 { return this->code_; }
69
70 // Name of the relocation code.
71 const std::string&
72 name() const
73 { return this->name_; }
74
75 // Type of relocation code.
76 Reloc_type
77 reloc_type() const
78 { return this->reloc_type_; }
79
80 // Whether this code is deprecated.
81 bool
82 is_deprecated() const
83 { return this->is_deprecated_; }
84
85 // Class of relocation code.
86 Reloc_class
87 reloc_class() const
88 { return this->reloc_class_; }
89
90 // Whether this code is implemented in gold.
91 bool
92 is_implemented() const
93 { return this->is_implemented_; }
94
95 // If code is a group relocation code, return the group number, otherwise -1.
96 int
97 group_index() const
98 { return this->group_index_; }
99
100 // Whether relocation checks for overflow.
101 bool
102 checks_overflow() const
103 { return this->checks_overflow_; }
104
105 // Return size of relocation.
106 size_t
107 size() const
108 { return this->size_; }
109
110 // Return alignment of relocation.
111 size_t
112 align() const
113 { return this->align_; }
114
115 // Whether relocation use a GOT entry.
116 bool
117 uses_got_entry() const
118 { return this->uses_got_entry_; }
119
120 // Whether relocation use a GOT origin.
121 bool
122 uses_got_origin() const
123 { return this->uses_got_origin_; }
124
125 // Whether relocation uses the Thumb-bit in a symbol address.
126 bool
127 uses_thumb_bit() const
128 { return this->uses_thumb_bit_; }
129
130 // Whether relocation uses the symbol base.
131 bool
132 uses_symbol_base() const
133 { return this->uses_symbol_base_; }
134
135 // Whether relocation uses the symbol.
136 bool
137 uses_symbol() const
138 { return this->uses_symbol_; }
139
140 // Return the type of relative address base or RAB_NONE if this
141 // is not a relative addressing relocation.
142 Relative_address_base
143 relative_address_base() const
144 { return this->relative_address_base_; }
145
146 protected:
147 // These are protected. We only allow Arm_reloc_property_table to
148 // manage Arm_reloc_property.
149 Arm_reloc_property(unsigned int code, const char* name, Reloc_type rtype,
150 bool is_deprecated, Reloc_class rclass,
151 const std::string& operation, bool is_implemented,
152 int group_index, bool checks_overflow);
153
154 friend class Arm_reloc_property_table;
155
156 private:
157 // Copying is not allowed.
158 Arm_reloc_property(const Arm_reloc_property&);
159 Arm_reloc_property& operator=(const Arm_reloc_property&);
160
161 // The Tree_node class is used to represent parsed relocation operations.
162 // We look at Trees to extract information about relocation operations.
163 class Tree_node
164 {
165 public:
166 typedef std::vector<Tree_node*> Tree_node_vector;
167
168 // Construct a leaf node.
169 Tree_node(const char* name)
170 : is_leaf_(true), name_(name), children_()
171 { }
172
173 // Construct an internal node. A node owns all its children and is
174 // responsible for releasing them at its own destruction.
175 Tree_node(Tree_node_vector::const_iterator begin,
176 Tree_node_vector::const_iterator end)
177 : is_leaf_(false), name_(), children_()
178 {
179 for (Tree_node_vector::const_iterator p = begin; p != end; ++p)
180 this->children_.push_back(*p);
181 }
182
183 ~Tree_node()
184 {
185 for(size_t i = 0; i <this->children_.size(); ++i)
186 delete this->children_[i];
187 }
188
189 // Whether this is a leaf node.
190 bool
191 is_leaf() const
192 { return this->is_leaf_; }
193
194 // Return name of this. This is only valid for a leaf node.
195 const std::string&
196 name() const
197 {
198 gold_assert(this->is_leaf_);
199 return this->name_;
200 }
201
202 // Return the number of children. This is only valid for a non-leaf node.
203 size_t
204 number_of_children() const
205 {
206 gold_assert(!this->is_leaf_);
207 return this->children_.size();
208 }
209
210 // Return the i-th child of this. This is only valid for a non-leaf node.
211 Tree_node*
212 child(size_t i) const
213 {
214 gold_assert(!this->is_leaf_ && i < this->children_.size());
215 return this->children_[i];
216 }
217
218 // Parse an S-expression string and build a tree and return the root node.
219 // Caller is responsible for releasing tree after use.
220 static Tree_node*
221 make_tree(const std::string&);
222
223 // Convert a tree back to an S-expression string.
224 std::string
225 s_expression() const
226 {
227 if (this->is_leaf_)
228 return this->name_;
229
230 // Concatenate S-expressions of children. Enclose them with
231 // a pair of parentheses and use space as token delimiters.
232 std::string s("(");
233 for(size_t i = 0; i <this->children_.size(); ++i)
234 s = s + " " + this->children_[i]->s_expression();
235 return s + " )";
236 }
237
238 private:
239 // Whether this is a leaf node.
240 bool is_leaf_;
241 // Name of this if this is a leaf node.
242 std::string name_;
243 // Children of this if this a non-leaf node.
244 Tree_node_vector children_;
245 };
246
247 // Relocation code.
248 unsigned int code_;
249 // Relocation name.
250 std::string name_;
251 // Type of relocation.
252 Reloc_type reloc_type_;
253 // Class of relocation.
254 Reloc_class reloc_class_;
255 // Group index (0, 1, or 2) if this is a group relocation or -1 otherwise.
256 int group_index_;
257 // Size of relocation.
258 size_t size_;
259 // Alignment of relocation.
260 size_t align_;
261 // Relative address base.
262 Relative_address_base relative_address_base_;
263 // Whether this is deprecated.
264 bool is_deprecated_ : 1;
265 // Whether this is implemented in gold.
266 bool is_implemented_ : 1;
267 // Whether this checks overflow.
268 bool checks_overflow_ : 1;
269 // Whether this uses a GOT entry.
270 bool uses_got_entry_ : 1;
271 // Whether this uses a GOT origin.
272 bool uses_got_origin_ : 1;
273 // Whether this uses a PLT entry.
274 bool uses_plt_entry_ : 1;
275 // Whether this uses the THUMB bit in symbol address.
276 bool uses_thumb_bit_ : 1;
277 // Whether this uses the symbol base.
278 bool uses_symbol_base_ : 1;
279 // Whether this uses an addend.
280 bool uses_addend_ : 1;
281 // Whether this uses the symbol.
282 bool uses_symbol_ : 1;
283};
284
285// Arm_reloc_property_table. This table is used for looking up properties
286// of relocation types. The table entries are initialized using information
287// from arm-reloc.def.
288
289class Arm_reloc_property_table
290{
291 public:
292 Arm_reloc_property_table();
293
294 // Return an Arm_reloc_property object for CODE if it is a valid relocation
295 // code or NULL otherwise.
296 const Arm_reloc_property*
297 get_reloc_property(unsigned int code) const
298 {
299 gold_assert(code < Property_table_size);
300 return this->table_[code];
301 }
302
303 // Like get_reloc_property but only return non-NULL if relocation code is
304 // static and implemented.
305 const Arm_reloc_property*
306 get_implemented_static_reloc_property(unsigned int code) const
307 {
308 gold_assert(code < Property_table_size);
309 const Arm_reloc_property* arp = this->table_[code];
310 return ((arp != NULL
311 && (arp->reloc_type() == Arm_reloc_property::RT_STATIC)
312 && arp->is_implemented())
313 ? arp
314 : NULL);
315 }
316
317 // Return a string describing the relocation code that is not
318 // an implemented static reloc code.
319 std::string
320 reloc_name_in_error_message(unsigned int code);
321
322 private:
323 // Copying is not allowed.
324 Arm_reloc_property_table(const Arm_reloc_property_table&);
325 Arm_reloc_property_table& operator=(const Arm_reloc_property_table&);
326
327 // The Parse_expression class is used to convert relocation operations in
328 // arm-reloc.def into S-expression strings, which are parsed again to
329 // build actual expression trees. We do not build the expression trees
330 // directly because the parser for operations in arm-reloc.def is simpler
331 // this way. Conversion from S-expressions to trees is simple.
332 class Parse_expression
333 {
334 public:
335 // Construction a Parse_expression with an S-expression string.
336 Parse_expression(const std::string& s_expression)
337 : s_expression_(s_expression)
338 { }
339
340 // Value of this expression as an S-expression string.
341 const std::string&
342 s_expression() const
343 { return this->s_expression_; }
344
345 // We want to overload operators used in relocation operations so
346 // that we can execute operations in arm-reloc.def to generate
347 // S-expressions directly.
348#define DEF_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD(op) \
349 Parse_expression \
350 operator op (const Parse_expression& e) \
351 { \
352 return Parse_expression("( " #op " " + this->s_expression_ + " " + \
353 e.s_expression_ + " )"); \
354 }
355
356 // Operator appearing in relocation operations in arm-reloc.def.
357 DEF_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD(+)
358 DEF_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD(-)
359 DEF_OPERATOR_OVERLOAD(|)
360
361 private:
362 // This represented as an S-expression string.
363 std::string s_expression_;
364 };
365
366#define DEF_RELOC_FUNC(name) \
367 static Parse_expression \
368 (name)(const Parse_expression& arg) \
369 { return Parse_expression("( " #name " " + arg.s_expression() + " )"); }
370
371 // Functions appearing in relocation operations in arm-reloc.def.
372 DEF_RELOC_FUNC(B)
373 DEF_RELOC_FUNC(DELTA_B)
374 DEF_RELOC_FUNC(GOT)
375 DEF_RELOC_FUNC(Module)
376 DEF_RELOC_FUNC(PLT)
377
378 static const unsigned int Property_table_size = 256;
379
380 // The property table.
381 Arm_reloc_property* table_[Property_table_size];
382};
383
384} // End namespace gold.
385
386#endif // !defined(GOLD_ARM_RELOC_PROPERTY_H)