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#!/usr/bin/env python
#
# Copyright (C) 2007 The Android Open Source Project
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
# You may obtain a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
#
# Using instructions from an architecture-specific config file, generate C
# and assembly source files for the Dalvik interpreter.
#
import sys, string, re, time
from string import Template
interp_defs_file = "../../libdex/DexOpcodes.h" # need opcode list
kNumPackedOpcodes = 512 # TODO: Derive this from DexOpcodes.h.
verbose = False
handler_size_bits = -1000
handler_size_bytes = -1000
in_op_start = 0 # 0=not started, 1=started, 2=ended
in_alt_op_start = 0 # 0=not started, 1=started, 2=ended
default_op_dir = None
default_alt_op_dir = None
opcode_locations = {}
alt_opcode_locations = {}
asm_stub_text = []
label_prefix = ".L" # use ".L" to hide labels from gdb
alt_label_prefix = ".L_ALT" # use ".L" to hide labels from gdb
jmp_table = False # jump table vs. computed goto style
# Exception class.
class DataParseError(SyntaxError):
"Failure when parsing data file"
#
# Set any omnipresent substitution values.
#
def getGlobalSubDict():
return { "handler_size_bits":handler_size_bits,
"handler_size_bytes":handler_size_bytes }
#
# Parse arch config file --
# Set handler_size_bytes to the value of tokens[1], and handler_size_bits to
# log2(handler_size_bytes). Throws an exception if "bytes" is not 0 or
# a power of two.
#
def setHandlerSize(tokens):
global handler_size_bits, handler_size_bytes, jmp_table
if len(tokens) != 2:
raise DataParseError("handler-size requires one argument")
if handler_size_bits != -1000:
raise DataParseError("handler-size may only be set once")
# compute log2(n), and make sure n is 0 or a power of 2
handler_size_bytes = bytes = int(tokens[1])
if handler_size_bytes == 0:
jmp_table = True
handler_size_bits = 0;
else:
bits = -1
while bytes > 0:
bytes //= 2 # halve with truncating division
bits += 1
if handler_size_bytes == 0 or handler_size_bytes != (1 << bits):
raise DataParseError("handler-size (%d) must be power of 2" \
% orig_bytes)
handler_size_bits = bits
#
# Parse arch config file --
# Copy a file in to the C or asm output file.
#
def importFile(tokens):
if len(tokens) != 2:
raise DataParseError("import requires one argument")
source = tokens[1]
if source.endswith(".c"):
appendSourceFile(tokens[1], getGlobalSubDict(), c_fp, None)
elif source.endswith(".S"):
appendSourceFile(tokens[1], getGlobalSubDict(), asm_fp, None)
else:
raise DataParseError("don't know how to import %s (expecting .c/.S)"
% source)
#
# Parse arch config file --
# Copy a file in to the C or asm output file.
#
def setAsmStub(tokens):
global asm_stub_text
if len(tokens) != 2:
raise DataParseError("import requires one argument")
try:
stub_fp = open(tokens[1])
asm_stub_text = stub_fp.readlines()
except IOError, err:
stub_fp.close()
raise DataParseError("unable to load asm-stub: %s" % str(err))
stub_fp.close()
#
# Parse arch config file --
# Start of opcode list.
#
def opStart(tokens):
global in_op_start
global default_op_dir
if len(tokens) != 2:
raise DataParseError("opStart takes a directory name argument")
if in_op_start != 0:
raise DataParseError("opStart can only be specified once")
default_op_dir = tokens[1]
in_op_start = 1
#
# Parse arch config file
# Start of optional alternate opcode list.
#
def altOpStart(tokens):
global in_alt_op_start
global default_alt_op_dir
if len(tokens) != 2:
raise DataParseError("altOpStart takes a directory name argument")
if in_alt_op_start != 0:
raise DataParseError("altOpStart can only be specified once")
default_alt_op_dir = tokens[1]
in_alt_op_start = 1
#
# Parse arch config file --
# Set location of a single alt opcode's source file.
#
def altEntry(tokens):
#global alt_opcode_locations
if len(tokens) != 3:
raise DataParseError("alt requires exactly two arguments")
if in_alt_op_start != 1:
raise DataParseError("alt statements must be between opStart/opEnd")
try:
index = opcodes.index(tokens[1])
except ValueError:
raise DataParseError("unknown opcode %s" % tokens[1])
if alt_opcode_locations.has_key(tokens[1]):
print "Warning: alt overrides earlier %s (%s -> %s)" \
% (tokens[1], alt_opcode_locations[tokens[1]], tokens[2])
alt_opcode_locations[tokens[1]] = tokens[2]
#
# Parse arch config file --
# Set location of a single opcode's source file.
#
def opEntry(tokens):
#global opcode_locations
if len(tokens) != 3:
raise DataParseError("op requires exactly two arguments")
if in_op_start != 1:
raise DataParseError("op statements must be between opStart/opEnd")
try:
index = opcodes.index(tokens[1])
except ValueError:
raise DataParseError("unknown opcode %s" % tokens[1])
if opcode_locations.has_key(tokens[1]):
print "Warning: op overrides earlier %s (%s -> %s)" \
% (tokens[1], opcode_locations[tokens[1]], tokens[2])
opcode_locations[tokens[1]] = tokens[2]
#
# Parse arch config file --
# End of opcode list; emit instruction blocks.
#
def opEnd(tokens):
global in_op_start
if len(tokens) != 1:
raise DataParseError("opEnd takes no arguments")
if in_op_start != 1:
raise DataParseError("opEnd must follow opStart, and only appear once")
in_op_start = 2
loadAndEmitOpcodes()
#
# Emit jump table
#
def emitJmpTable(start_label, prefix):
asm_fp.write("\n .global %s\n" % start_label)
asm_fp.write(" .text\n")
asm_fp.write("%s:\n" % start_label)
for i in xrange(kNumPackedOpcodes):
op = opcodes[i]
dict = getGlobalSubDict()
dict.update({ "opcode":op, "opnum":i })
asm_fp.write(" .long " + prefix + \
"_%(opcode)s /* 0x%(opnum)02x */\n" % dict)
#
# Parse arch config file --
# End of alternate opcode list; emit instruction blocks.
# If jump table style, emit tables following
#
def altOpEnd(tokens):
global in_alt_op_start
if len(tokens) != 1:
raise DataParseError("altOpEnd takes no arguments")
if in_alt_op_start != 1:
raise DataParseError("altOpEnd follows altOStart, once")
in_alt_op_start = 2
loadAndEmitAltOpcodes()
if jmp_table:
emitJmpTable("dvmAsmInstructionStart", label_prefix);
emitJmpTable("dvmAsmAltInstructionStart", alt_label_prefix);
#
# Extract an ordered list of instructions from the VM sources. We use the
# "goto table" definition macro, which has exactly kNumPackedOpcodes
# entries.
#
def getOpcodeList():
opcodes = []
opcode_fp = open(interp_defs_file)
opcode_re = re.compile(r"^\s*H\(OP_(\w+)\),.*", re.DOTALL)
for line in opcode_fp:
match = opcode_re.match(line)
if not match:
continue
opcodes.append("OP_" + match.group(1))
opcode_fp.close()
if len(opcodes) != kNumPackedOpcodes:
print "ERROR: found %d opcodes in Interp.h (expected %d)" \
% (len(opcodes), kNumPackedOpcodes)
raise SyntaxError, "bad opcode count"
return opcodes
def emitAlign():
if not jmp_table:
asm_fp.write(" .balign %d\n" % handler_size_bytes)
#
# Load and emit opcodes for all kNumPackedOpcodes instructions.
#
def loadAndEmitOpcodes():
sister_list = []
assert len(opcodes) == kNumPackedOpcodes
need_dummy_start = False
if jmp_table:
start_label = "dvmAsmInstructionStartCode"
end_label = "dvmAsmInstructionEndCode"
else:
start_label = "dvmAsmInstructionStart"
end_label = "dvmAsmInstructionEnd"
# point dvmAsmInstructionStart at the first handler or stub
asm_fp.write("\n .global %s\n" % start_label)
asm_fp.write(" .type %s, %%function\n" % start_label)
asm_fp.write("%s = " % start_label + label_prefix + "_OP_NOP\n")
asm_fp.write(" .text\n\n")
for i in xrange(kNumPackedOpcodes):
op = opcodes[i]
if opcode_locations.has_key(op):
location = opcode_locations[op]
else:
location = default_op_dir
if location == "c":
loadAndEmitC(location, i)
if len(asm_stub_text) == 0:
need_dummy_start = True
else:
loadAndEmitAsm(location, i, sister_list)
# For a 100% C implementation, there are no asm handlers or stubs. We
# need to have the dvmAsmInstructionStart label point at OP_NOP, and it's
# too annoying to try to slide it in after the alignment psuedo-op, so
# we take the low road and just emit a dummy OP_NOP here.
if need_dummy_start:
emitAlign()
asm_fp.write(label_prefix + "_OP_NOP: /* dummy */\n");
emitAlign()
asm_fp.write(" .size %s, .-%s\n" % (start_label, start_label))
asm_fp.write(" .global %s\n" % end_label)
asm_fp.write("%s:\n" % end_label)
if not jmp_table:
emitSectionComment("Sister implementations", asm_fp)
asm_fp.write(" .global dvmAsmSisterStart\n")
asm_fp.write(" .type dvmAsmSisterStart, %function\n")
asm_fp.write(" .text\n")
asm_fp.write(" .balign 4\n")
asm_fp.write("dvmAsmSisterStart:\n")
asm_fp.writelines(sister_list)
asm_fp.write("\n .size dvmAsmSisterStart, .-dvmAsmSisterStart\n")
asm_fp.write(" .global dvmAsmSisterEnd\n")
asm_fp.write("dvmAsmSisterEnd:\n\n")
#
# Load an alternate entry stub
#
def loadAndEmitAltStub(source, opindex):
op = opcodes[opindex]
if verbose:
print " alt emit %s --> stub" % source
dict = getGlobalSubDict()
dict.update({ "opcode":op, "opnum":opindex })
emitAsmHeader(asm_fp, dict, alt_label_prefix)
appendSourceFile(source, dict, asm_fp, None)
#
# Load and emit alternate opcodes for all kNumPackedOpcodes instructions.
#
def loadAndEmitAltOpcodes():
assert len(opcodes) == kNumPackedOpcodes
if jmp_table:
start_label = "dvmAsmAltInstructionStartCode"
end_label = "dvmAsmAltInstructionEndCode"
else:
start_label = "dvmAsmAltInstructionStart"
end_label = "dvmAsmAltInstructionEnd"
# point dvmAsmInstructionStart at the first handler or stub
asm_fp.write("\n .global %s\n" % start_label)
asm_fp.write(" .type %s, %%function\n" % start_label)
asm_fp.write("%s:\n" % start_label)
asm_fp.write(" .text\n\n")
for i in xrange(kNumPackedOpcodes):
op = opcodes[i]
if alt_opcode_locations.has_key(op):
source = "%s/ALT_%s.S" % (alt_opcode_locations[op], op)
else:
source = "%s/ALT_STUB.S" % default_alt_op_dir
loadAndEmitAltStub(source, i)
emitAlign()
asm_fp.write(" .size %s, .-%s\n" % (start_label, start_label))
asm_fp.write(" .global %s\n" % end_label)
asm_fp.write("%s:\n" % end_label)
#
# Load a C fragment and emit it, then output an assembly stub.
#
def loadAndEmitC(location, opindex):
op = opcodes[opindex]
source = "%s/%s.c" % (location, op)
if verbose:
print " emit %s --> C" % source
dict = getGlobalSubDict()
dict.update({ "opcode":op, "opnum":opindex })
appendSourceFile(source, dict, c_fp, None)
if len(asm_stub_text) != 0:
emitAsmStub(asm_fp, dict)
#
# Load an assembly fragment and emit it.
#
def loadAndEmitAsm(location, opindex, sister_list):
op = opcodes[opindex]
source = "%s/%s.S" % (location, op)
dict = getGlobalSubDict()
dict.update({ "opcode":op, "opnum":opindex })
if verbose:
print " emit %s --> asm" % source
emitAsmHeader(asm_fp, dict, label_prefix)
appendSourceFile(source, dict, asm_fp, sister_list)
#
# Output the alignment directive and label for an assembly piece.
#
def emitAsmHeader(outfp, dict, prefix):
outfp.write("/* ------------------------------ */\n")
# The alignment directive ensures that the handler occupies
# at least the correct amount of space. We don't try to deal
# with overflow here.
emitAlign()
# Emit a label so that gdb will say the right thing. We prepend an
# underscore so the symbol name doesn't clash with the Opcode enum.
outfp.write(prefix + "_%(opcode)s: /* 0x%(opnum)02x */\n" % dict)
#
# Output a generic instruction stub that updates the "glue" struct and
# calls the C implementation.
#
def emitAsmStub(outfp, dict):
emitAsmHeader(outfp, dict, label_prefix)
for line in asm_stub_text:
templ = Template(line)
outfp.write(templ.substitute(dict))
#
# Append the file specified by "source" to the open "outfp". Each line will
# be template-replaced using the substitution dictionary "dict".
#
# If the first line of the file starts with "%" it is taken as a directive.
# A "%include" line contains a filename and, optionally, a Python-style
# dictionary declaration with substitution strings. (This is implemented
# with recursion.)
#
# If "sister_list" is provided, and we find a line that contains only "&",
# all subsequent lines from the file will be appended to sister_list instead
# of copied to the output.
#
# This may modify "dict".
#
def appendSourceFile(source, dict, outfp, sister_list):
outfp.write("/* File: %s */\n" % source)
infp = open(source, "r")
in_sister = False
for line in infp:
if line.startswith("%include"):
# Parse the "include" line
tokens = line.strip().split(' ', 2)
if len(tokens) < 2:
raise DataParseError("malformed %%include in %s" % source)
alt_source = tokens[1].strip("\"")
if alt_source == source:
raise DataParseError("self-referential %%include in %s"
% source)
new_dict = dict.copy()
if len(tokens) == 3:
new_dict.update(eval(tokens[2]))
#print " including src=%s dict=%s" % (alt_source, new_dict)
appendSourceFile(alt_source, new_dict, outfp, sister_list)
continue
elif line.startswith("%default"):
# copy keywords into dictionary
tokens = line.strip().split(' ', 1)
if len(tokens) < 2:
raise DataParseError("malformed %%default in %s" % source)
defaultValues = eval(tokens[1])
for entry in defaultValues:
dict.setdefault(entry, defaultValues[entry])
continue
elif line.startswith("%verify"):
# more to come, someday
continue
elif line.startswith("%break") and sister_list != None:
# allow more than one %break, ignoring all following the first
if not jmp_table and not in_sister:
in_sister = True
sister_list.append("\n/* continuation for %(opcode)s */\n"%dict)
continue
# perform keyword substitution if a dictionary was provided
if dict != None:
templ = Template(line)
try:
subline = templ.substitute(dict)
except KeyError, err:
raise DataParseError("keyword substitution failed in %s: %s"
% (source, str(err)))
except:
print "ERROR: substitution failed: " + line
raise
else:
subline = line
# write output to appropriate file
if in_sister:
sister_list.append(subline)
else:
outfp.write(subline)
outfp.write("\n")
infp.close()
#
# Emit a C-style section header comment.
#
def emitSectionComment(str, fp):
equals = "========================================" \
"==================================="
fp.write("\n/*\n * %s\n * %s\n * %s\n */\n" %
(equals, str, equals))
#
# ===========================================================================
# "main" code
#
#
# Check args.
#
if len(sys.argv) != 3:
print "Usage: %s target-arch output-dir" % sys.argv[0]
sys.exit(2)
target_arch = sys.argv[1]
output_dir = sys.argv[2]
#
# Extract opcode list.
#
opcodes = getOpcodeList()
#for op in opcodes:
# print " %s" % op
#
# Open config file.
#
try:
config_fp = open("config-%s" % target_arch)
except:
print "Unable to open config file 'config-%s'" % target_arch
sys.exit(1)
#
# Open and prepare output files.
#
try:
c_fp = open("%s/InterpC-%s.c" % (output_dir, target_arch), "w")
asm_fp = open("%s/InterpAsm-%s.S" % (output_dir, target_arch), "w")
except:
print "Unable to open output files"
print "Make sure directory '%s' exists and existing files are writable" \
% output_dir
# Ideally we'd remove the files to avoid confusing "make", but if they
# failed to open we probably won't be able to remove them either.
sys.exit(1)
print "Generating %s, %s" % (c_fp.name, asm_fp.name)
file_header = """/*
* This file was generated automatically by gen-mterp.py for '%s'.
*
* --> DO NOT EDIT <--
*/
""" % (target_arch)
c_fp.write(file_header)
asm_fp.write(file_header)
#
# Process the config file.
#
failed = False
try:
for line in config_fp:
line = line.strip() # remove CRLF, leading spaces
tokens = line.split(' ') # tokenize
#print "%d: %s" % (len(tokens), tokens)
if len(tokens[0]) == 0:
#print " blank"
pass
elif tokens[0][0] == '#':
#print " comment"
pass
else:
if tokens[0] == "handler-size":
setHandlerSize(tokens)
elif tokens[0] == "import":
importFile(tokens)
elif tokens[0] == "asm-stub":
setAsmStub(tokens)
elif tokens[0] == "op-start":
opStart(tokens)
elif tokens[0] == "op-end":
opEnd(tokens)
elif tokens[0] == "op-alt-start":
altOpStart(tokens)
elif tokens[0] == "op-alt-end":
altOpEnd(tokens)
elif tokens[0] == "alt":
altEntry(tokens)
elif tokens[0] == "op":
opEntry(tokens)
else:
raise DataParseError, "unrecognized command '%s'" % tokens[0]
except DataParseError, err:
print "Failed: " + str(err)
# TODO: remove output files so "make" doesn't get confused
failed = True
c_fp.close()
asm_fp.close()
c_fp = asm_fp = None
config_fp.close()
#
# Done!
#
if c_fp:
c_fp.close()
if asm_fp:
asm_fp.close()
sys.exit(failed)