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#include "v8.h"
#if V8_TARGET_ARCH_ARM
#include "bootstrapper.h"
#include "code-stubs.h"
#include "regexp-macro-assembler.h"
#include "stub-cache.h"
namespace v8 {
namespace internal {
void FastNewClosureStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r2 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 1;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ =
Runtime::FunctionForId(Runtime::kNewClosureFromStubFailure)->entry;
}
void ToNumberStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r0 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 1;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ = NULL;
}
void NumberToStringStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r0 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 1;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ =
Runtime::FunctionForId(Runtime::kNumberToString)->entry;
}
void FastCloneShallowArrayStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r3, r2, r1 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 3;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ =
Runtime::FunctionForId(Runtime::kCreateArrayLiteralStubBailout)->entry;
}
void FastCloneShallowObjectStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r3, r2, r1, r0 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 4;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ =
Runtime::FunctionForId(Runtime::kCreateObjectLiteral)->entry;
}
void CreateAllocationSiteStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r2 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 1;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ = NULL;
}
void KeyedLoadFastElementStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r1, r0 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 2;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ =
FUNCTION_ADDR(KeyedLoadIC_MissFromStubFailure);
}
void KeyedLoadDictionaryElementStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r1, r0 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 2;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ =
FUNCTION_ADDR(KeyedLoadIC_MissFromStubFailure);
}
void LoadFieldStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r0 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 1;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ = NULL;
}
void KeyedLoadFieldStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r1 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 1;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ = NULL;
}
void KeyedArrayCallStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r2 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 1;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
descriptor->continuation_type_ = TAIL_CALL_CONTINUATION;
descriptor->handler_arguments_mode_ = PASS_ARGUMENTS;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ =
FUNCTION_ADDR(KeyedCallIC_MissFromStubFailure);
}
void KeyedStoreFastElementStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r2, r1, r0 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 3;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ =
FUNCTION_ADDR(KeyedStoreIC_MissFromStubFailure);
}
void TransitionElementsKindStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r0, r1 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 2;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
Address entry =
Runtime::FunctionForId(Runtime::kTransitionElementsKind)->entry;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ = FUNCTION_ADDR(entry);
}
void CompareNilICStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r0 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 1;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ =
FUNCTION_ADDR(CompareNilIC_Miss);
descriptor->SetMissHandler(
ExternalReference(IC_Utility(IC::kCompareNilIC_Miss), isolate));
}
void BinaryOpStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r1, r0 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 2;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ = FUNCTION_ADDR(BinaryOpIC_Miss);
descriptor->SetMissHandler(
ExternalReference(IC_Utility(IC::kBinaryOpIC_Miss), isolate));
}
static void InitializeArrayConstructorDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor,
int constant_stack_parameter_count) {
// register state
// r0 -- number of arguments
// r1 -- function
// r2 -- type info cell with elements kind
static Register registers_variable_args[] = { r1, r2, r0 };
static Register registers_no_args[] = { r1, r2 };
if (constant_stack_parameter_count == 0) {
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 2;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers_no_args;
} else {
// stack param count needs (constructor pointer, and single argument)
descriptor->handler_arguments_mode_ = PASS_ARGUMENTS;
descriptor->stack_parameter_count_ = r0;
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 3;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers_variable_args;
}
descriptor->hint_stack_parameter_count_ = constant_stack_parameter_count;
descriptor->function_mode_ = JS_FUNCTION_STUB_MODE;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ =
Runtime::FunctionForId(Runtime::kArrayConstructor)->entry;
}
static void InitializeInternalArrayConstructorDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor,
int constant_stack_parameter_count) {
// register state
// r0 -- number of arguments
// r1 -- constructor function
static Register registers_variable_args[] = { r1, r0 };
static Register registers_no_args[] = { r1 };
if (constant_stack_parameter_count == 0) {
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 1;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers_no_args;
} else {
// stack param count needs (constructor pointer, and single argument)
descriptor->handler_arguments_mode_ = PASS_ARGUMENTS;
descriptor->stack_parameter_count_ = r0;
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 2;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers_variable_args;
}
descriptor->hint_stack_parameter_count_ = constant_stack_parameter_count;
descriptor->function_mode_ = JS_FUNCTION_STUB_MODE;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ =
Runtime::FunctionForId(Runtime::kInternalArrayConstructor)->entry;
}
void ArrayNoArgumentConstructorStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
InitializeArrayConstructorDescriptor(isolate, descriptor, 0);
}
void ArraySingleArgumentConstructorStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
InitializeArrayConstructorDescriptor(isolate, descriptor, 1);
}
void ArrayNArgumentsConstructorStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
InitializeArrayConstructorDescriptor(isolate, descriptor, -1);
}
void ToBooleanStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r0 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 1;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ =
FUNCTION_ADDR(ToBooleanIC_Miss);
descriptor->SetMissHandler(
ExternalReference(IC_Utility(IC::kToBooleanIC_Miss), isolate));
}
void InternalArrayNoArgumentConstructorStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
InitializeInternalArrayConstructorDescriptor(isolate, descriptor, 0);
}
void InternalArraySingleArgumentConstructorStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
InitializeInternalArrayConstructorDescriptor(isolate, descriptor, 1);
}
void InternalArrayNArgumentsConstructorStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
InitializeInternalArrayConstructorDescriptor(isolate, descriptor, -1);
}
void StoreGlobalStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r1, r2, r0 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 3;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ =
FUNCTION_ADDR(StoreIC_MissFromStubFailure);
}
void ElementsTransitionAndStoreStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r0, r3, r1, r2 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 4;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ =
FUNCTION_ADDR(ElementsTransitionAndStoreIC_Miss);
}
void NewStringAddStub::InitializeInterfaceDescriptor(
Isolate* isolate,
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor) {
static Register registers[] = { r1, r0 };
descriptor->register_param_count_ = 2;
descriptor->register_params_ = registers;
descriptor->deoptimization_handler_ =
Runtime::FunctionForId(Runtime::kStringAdd)->entry;
}
#define __ ACCESS_MASM(masm)
static void EmitIdenticalObjectComparison(MacroAssembler* masm,
Label* slow,
Condition cond);
static void EmitSmiNonsmiComparison(MacroAssembler* masm,
Register lhs,
Register rhs,
Label* lhs_not_nan,
Label* slow,
bool strict);
static void EmitStrictTwoHeapObjectCompare(MacroAssembler* masm,
Register lhs,
Register rhs);
void HydrogenCodeStub::GenerateLightweightMiss(MacroAssembler* masm) {
// Update the static counter each time a new code stub is generated.
Isolate* isolate = masm->isolate();
isolate->counters()->code_stubs()->Increment();
CodeStubInterfaceDescriptor* descriptor = GetInterfaceDescriptor(isolate);
int param_count = descriptor->register_param_count_;
{
// Call the runtime system in a fresh internal frame.
FrameScope scope(masm, StackFrame::INTERNAL);
ASSERT(descriptor->register_param_count_ == 0 ||
r0.is(descriptor->register_params_[param_count - 1]));
// Push arguments
for (int i = 0; i < param_count; ++i) {
__ push(descriptor->register_params_[i]);
}
ExternalReference miss = descriptor->miss_handler();
__ CallExternalReference(miss, descriptor->register_param_count_);
}
__ Ret();
}
void FastNewContextStub::Generate(MacroAssembler* masm) {
// Try to allocate the context in new space.
Label gc;
int length = slots_ + Context::MIN_CONTEXT_SLOTS;
// Attempt to allocate the context in new space.
__ Allocate(FixedArray::SizeFor(length), r0, r1, r2, &gc, TAG_OBJECT);
// Load the function from the stack.
__ ldr(r3, MemOperand(sp, 0));
// Set up the object header.
__ LoadRoot(r1, Heap::kFunctionContextMapRootIndex);
__ mov(r2, Operand(Smi::FromInt(length)));
__ str(r2, FieldMemOperand(r0, FixedArray::kLengthOffset));
__ str(r1, FieldMemOperand(r0, HeapObject::kMapOffset));
// Set up the fixed slots, copy the global object from the previous context.
__ ldr(r2, MemOperand(cp, Context::SlotOffset(Context::GLOBAL_OBJECT_INDEX)));
__ mov(r1, Operand(Smi::FromInt(0)));
__ str(r3, MemOperand(r0, Context::SlotOffset(Context::CLOSURE_INDEX)));
__ str(cp, MemOperand(r0, Context::SlotOffset(Context::PREVIOUS_INDEX)));
__ str(r1, MemOperand(r0, Context::SlotOffset(Context::EXTENSION_INDEX)));
__ str(r2, MemOperand(r0, Context::SlotOffset(Context::GLOBAL_OBJECT_INDEX)));
// Initialize the rest of the slots to undefined.
__ LoadRoot(r1, Heap::kUndefinedValueRootIndex);
for (int i = Context::MIN_CONTEXT_SLOTS; i < length; i++) {
__ str(r1, MemOperand(r0, Context::SlotOffset(i)));
}
// Remove the on-stack argument and return.
__ mov(cp, r0);
__ pop();
__ Ret();
// Need to collect. Call into runtime system.
__ bind(&gc);
__ TailCallRuntime(Runtime::kNewFunctionContext, 1, 1);
}
void FastNewBlockContextStub::Generate(MacroAssembler* masm) {
// Stack layout on entry:
//
// [sp]: function.
// [sp + kPointerSize]: serialized scope info
// Try to allocate the context in new space.
Label gc;
int length = slots_ + Context::MIN_CONTEXT_SLOTS;
__ Allocate(FixedArray::SizeFor(length), r0, r1, r2, &gc, TAG_OBJECT);
// Load the function from the stack.
__ ldr(r3, MemOperand(sp, 0));
// Load the serialized scope info from the stack.
__ ldr(r1, MemOperand(sp, 1 * kPointerSize));
// Set up the object header.
__ LoadRoot(r2, Heap::kBlockContextMapRootIndex);
__ str(r2, FieldMemOperand(r0, HeapObject::kMapOffset));
__ mov(r2, Operand(Smi::FromInt(length)));
__ str(r2, FieldMemOperand(r0, FixedArray::kLengthOffset));
// If this block context is nested in the native context we get a smi
// sentinel instead of a function. The block context should get the
// canonical empty function of the native context as its closure which
// we still have to look up.
Label after_sentinel;
__ JumpIfNotSmi(r3, &after_sentinel);
if (FLAG_debug_code) {
__ cmp(r3, Operand::Zero());
__ Assert(eq, kExpected0AsASmiSentinel);
}
__ ldr(r3, GlobalObjectOperand());
__ ldr(r3, FieldMemOperand(r3, GlobalObject::kNativeContextOffset));
__ ldr(r3, ContextOperand(r3, Context::CLOSURE_INDEX));
__ bind(&after_sentinel);
// Set up the fixed slots, copy the global object from the previous context.
__ ldr(r2, ContextOperand(cp, Context::GLOBAL_OBJECT_INDEX));
__ str(r3, ContextOperand(r0, Context::CLOSURE_INDEX));
__ str(cp, ContextOperand(r0, Context::PREVIOUS_INDEX));
__ str(r1, ContextOperand(r0, Context::EXTENSION_INDEX));
__ str(r2, ContextOperand(r0, Context::GLOBAL_OBJECT_INDEX));
// Initialize the rest of the slots to the hole value.
__ LoadRoot(r1, Heap::kTheHoleValueRootIndex);
for (int i = 0; i < slots_; i++) {
__ str(r1, ContextOperand(r0, i + Context::MIN_CONTEXT_SLOTS));
}
// Remove the on-stack argument and return.
__ mov(cp, r0);
__ add(sp, sp, Operand(2 * kPointerSize));
__ Ret();
// Need to collect. Call into runtime system.
__ bind(&gc);
__ TailCallRuntime(Runtime::kPushBlockContext, 2, 1);
}
// Takes a Smi and converts to an IEEE 64 bit floating point value in two
// registers. The format is 1 sign bit, 11 exponent bits (biased 1023) and
// 52 fraction bits (20 in the first word, 32 in the second). Zeros is a
// scratch register. Destroys the source register. No GC occurs during this
// stub so you don't have to set up the frame.
class ConvertToDoubleStub : public PlatformCodeStub {
public:
ConvertToDoubleStub(Register result_reg_1,
Register result_reg_2,
Register source_reg,
Register scratch_reg)
: result1_(result_reg_1),
result2_(result_reg_2),
source_(source_reg),
zeros_(scratch_reg) { }
private:
Register result1_;
Register result2_;
Register source_;
Register zeros_;
// Minor key encoding in 16 bits.
class ModeBits: public BitField<OverwriteMode, 0, 2> {};
class OpBits: public BitField<Token::Value, 2, 14> {};
Major MajorKey() { return ConvertToDouble; }
int MinorKey() {
// Encode the parameters in a unique 16 bit value.
return result1_.code() +
(result2_.code() << 4) +
(source_.code() << 8) +
(zeros_.code() << 12);
}
void Generate(MacroAssembler* masm);
};
void ConvertToDoubleStub::Generate(MacroAssembler* masm) {
Register exponent = result1_;
Register mantissa = result2_;
Label not_special;
__ SmiUntag(source_);
// Move sign bit from source to destination. This works because the sign bit
// in the exponent word of the double has the same position and polarity as
// the 2's complement sign bit in a Smi.
STATIC_ASSERT(HeapNumber::kSignMask == 0x80000000u);
__ and_(exponent, source_, Operand(HeapNumber::kSignMask), SetCC);
// Subtract from 0 if source was negative.
__ rsb(source_, source_, Operand::Zero(), LeaveCC, ne);
// We have -1, 0 or 1, which we treat specially. Register source_ contains
// absolute value: it is either equal to 1 (special case of -1 and 1),
// greater than 1 (not a special case) or less than 1 (special case of 0).
__ cmp(source_, Operand(1));
__ b(gt, &not_special);
// For 1 or -1 we need to or in the 0 exponent (biased to 1023).
const uint32_t exponent_word_for_1 =
HeapNumber::kExponentBias << HeapNumber::kExponentShift;
__ orr(exponent, exponent, Operand(exponent_word_for_1), LeaveCC, eq);
// 1, 0 and -1 all have 0 for the second word.
__ mov(mantissa, Operand::Zero());
__ Ret();
__ bind(&not_special);
__ clz(zeros_, source_);
// Compute exponent and or it into the exponent register.
// We use mantissa as a scratch register here. Use a fudge factor to
// divide the constant 31 + HeapNumber::kExponentBias, 0x41d, into two parts
// that fit in the ARM's constant field.
int fudge = 0x400;
__ rsb(mantissa, zeros_, Operand(31 + HeapNumber::kExponentBias - fudge));
__ add(mantissa, mantissa, Operand(fudge));
__ orr(exponent,
exponent,
Operand(mantissa, LSL, HeapNumber::kExponentShift));
// Shift up the source chopping the top bit off.
__ add(zeros_, zeros_, Operand(1));
// This wouldn't work for 1.0 or -1.0 as the shift would be 32 which means 0.
__ mov(source_, Operand(source_, LSL, zeros_));
// Compute lower part of fraction (last 12 bits).
__ mov(mantissa, Operand(source_, LSL, HeapNumber::kMantissaBitsInTopWord));
// And the top (top 20 bits).
__ orr(exponent,
exponent,
Operand(source_, LSR, 32 - HeapNumber::kMantissaBitsInTopWord));
__ Ret();
}
void DoubleToIStub::Generate(MacroAssembler* masm) {
Label out_of_range, only_low, negate, done;
Register input_reg = source();
Register result_reg = destination();
int double_offset = offset();
// Account for saved regs if input is sp.
if (input_reg.is(sp)) double_offset += 2 * kPointerSize;
// Immediate values for this stub fit in instructions, so it's safe to use ip.
Register scratch = ip;
Register scratch_low =
GetRegisterThatIsNotOneOf(input_reg, result_reg, scratch);
Register scratch_high =
GetRegisterThatIsNotOneOf(input_reg, result_reg, scratch, scratch_low);
LowDwVfpRegister double_scratch = kScratchDoubleReg;
__ Push(scratch_high, scratch_low);
if (!skip_fastpath()) {
// Load double input.
__ vldr(double_scratch, MemOperand(input_reg, double_offset));
__ vmov(scratch_low, scratch_high, double_scratch);
// Do fast-path convert from double to int.
__ vcvt_s32_f64(double_scratch.low(), double_scratch);
__ vmov(result_reg, double_scratch.low());
// If result is not saturated (0x7fffffff or 0x80000000), we are done.
__ sub(scratch, result_reg, Operand(1));
__ cmp(scratch, Operand(0x7ffffffe));
__ b(lt, &done);
} else {
// We've already done MacroAssembler::TryFastTruncatedDoubleToILoad, so we
// know exponent > 31, so we can skip the vcvt_s32_f64 which will saturate.
if (double_offset == 0) {
__ ldm(ia, input_reg, scratch_low.bit() | scratch_high.bit());
} else {
__ ldr(scratch_low, MemOperand(input_reg, double_offset));
__ ldr(scratch_high, MemOperand(input_reg, double_offset + kIntSize));
}
}
__ Ubfx(scratch, scratch_high,
HeapNumber::kExponentShift, HeapNumber::kExponentBits);
// Load scratch with exponent - 1. This is faster than loading
// with exponent because Bias + 1 = 1024 which is an *ARM* immediate value.
STATIC_ASSERT(HeapNumber::kExponentBias + 1 == 1024);
__ sub(scratch, scratch, Operand(HeapNumber::kExponentBias + 1));
// If exponent is greater than or equal to 84, the 32 less significant
// bits are 0s (2^84 = 1, 52 significant bits, 32 uncoded bits),
// the result is 0.
// Compare exponent with 84 (compare exponent - 1 with 83).
__ cmp(scratch, Operand(83));
__ b(ge, &out_of_range);
// If we reach this code, 31 <= exponent <= 83.
// So, we don't have to handle cases where 0 <= exponent <= 20 for
// which we would need to shift right the high part of the mantissa.
// Scratch contains exponent - 1.
// Load scratch with 52 - exponent (load with 51 - (exponent - 1)).
__ rsb(scratch, scratch, Operand(51), SetCC);
__ b(ls, &only_low);
// 21 <= exponent <= 51, shift scratch_low and scratch_high
// to generate the result.
__ mov(scratch_low, Operand(scratch_low, LSR, scratch));
// Scratch contains: 52 - exponent.
// We needs: exponent - 20.
// So we use: 32 - scratch = 32 - 52 + exponent = exponent - 20.
__ rsb(scratch, scratch, Operand(32));
__ Ubfx(result_reg, scratch_high,
0, HeapNumber::kMantissaBitsInTopWord);
// Set the implicit 1 before the mantissa part in scratch_high.
__ orr(result_reg, result_reg,
Operand(1 << HeapNumber::kMantissaBitsInTopWord));
__ orr(result_reg, scratch_low, Operand(result_reg, LSL, scratch));
__ b(&negate);
__ bind(&out_of_range);
__ mov(result_reg, Operand::Zero());
__ b(&done);
__ bind(&only_low);
// 52 <= exponent <= 83, shift only scratch_low.
// On entry, scratch contains: 52 - exponent.
__ rsb(scratch, scratch, Operand::Zero());
__ mov(result_reg, Operand(scratch_low, LSL, scratch));
__ bind(&negate);
// If input was positive, scratch_high ASR 31 equals 0 and
// scratch_high LSR 31 equals zero.
// New result = (result eor 0) + 0 = result.
// If the input was negative, we have to negate the result.
// Input_high ASR 31 equals 0xffffffff and scratch_high LSR 31 equals 1.
// New result = (result eor 0xffffffff) + 1 = 0 - result.
__ eor(result_reg, result_reg, Operand(scratch_high, ASR, 31));
__ add(result_reg, result_reg, Operand(scratch_high, LSR, 31));
__ bind(&done);
__ Pop(scratch_high, scratch_low);
__ Ret();
}
void WriteInt32ToHeapNumberStub::GenerateFixedRegStubsAheadOfTime(
Isolate* isolate) {
WriteInt32ToHeapNumberStub stub1(r1, r0, r2);
WriteInt32ToHeapNumberStub stub2(r2, r0, r3);
stub1.GetCode(isolate);
stub2.GetCode(isolate);
}
// See comment for class.
void WriteInt32ToHeapNumberStub::Generate(MacroAssembler* masm) {
Label max_negative_int;
// the_int_ has the answer which is a signed int32 but not a Smi.
// We test for the special value that has a different exponent. This test
// has the neat side effect of setting the flags according to the sign.
STATIC_ASSERT(HeapNumber::kSignMask == 0x80000000u);
__ cmp(the_int_, Operand(0x80000000u));
__ b(eq, &max_negative_int);
// Set up the correct exponent in scratch_. All non-Smi int32s have the same.
// A non-Smi integer is 1.xxx * 2^30 so the exponent is 30 (biased).
uint32_t non_smi_exponent =
(HeapNumber::kExponentBias + 30) << HeapNumber::kExponentShift;
__ mov(scratch_, Operand(non_smi_exponent));
// Set the sign bit in scratch_ if the value was negative.
__ orr(scratch_, scratch_, Operand(HeapNumber::kSignMask), LeaveCC, cs);
// Subtract from 0 if the value was negative.
__ rsb(the_int_, the_int_, Operand::Zero(), LeaveCC, cs);
// We should be masking the implict first digit of the mantissa away here,
// but it just ends up combining harmlessly with the last digit of the
// exponent that happens to be 1. The sign bit is 0 so we shift 10 to get
// the most significant 1 to hit the last bit of the 12 bit sign and exponent.
ASSERT(((1 << HeapNumber::kExponentShift) & non_smi_exponent) != 0);
const int shift_distance = HeapNumber::kNonMantissaBitsInTopWord - 2;
__ orr(scratch_, scratch_, Operand(the_int_, LSR, shift_distance));
__ str(scratch_, FieldMemOperand(the_heap_number_,
HeapNumber::kExponentOffset));
__ mov(scratch_, Operand(the_int_, LSL, 32 - shift_distance));
__ str(scratch_, FieldMemOperand(the_heap_number_,
HeapNumber::kMantissaOffset));
__ Ret();
__ bind(&max_negative_int);
// The max negative int32 is stored as a positive number in the mantissa of
// a double because it uses a sign bit instead of using two's complement.
// The actual mantissa bits stored are all 0 because the implicit most
// significant 1 bit is not stored.
non_smi_exponent += 1 << HeapNumber::kExponentShift;
__ mov(ip, Operand(HeapNumber::kSignMask | non_smi_exponent));
__ str(ip, FieldMemOperand(the_heap_number_, HeapNumber::kExponentOffset));
__ mov(ip, Operand::Zero());
__ str(ip, FieldMemOperand(the_heap_number_, HeapNumber::kMantissaOffset));
__ Ret();
}
// Handle the case where the lhs and rhs are the same object.
// Equality is almost reflexive (everything but NaN), so this is a test
// for "identity and not NaN".
static void EmitIdenticalObjectComparison(MacroAssembler* masm,
Label* slow,
Condition cond) {
Label not_identical;
Label heap_number, return_equal;
__ cmp(r0, r1);
__ b(ne, &not_identical);
// Test for NaN. Sadly, we can't just compare to Factory::nan_value(),
// so we do the second best thing - test it ourselves.
// They are both equal and they are not both Smis so both of them are not
// Smis. If it's not a heap number, then return equal.
if (cond == lt || cond == gt) {
__ CompareObjectType(r0, r4, r4, FIRST_SPEC_OBJECT_TYPE);
__ b(ge, slow);
} else {
__ CompareObjectType(r0, r4, r4, HEAP_NUMBER_TYPE);
__ b(eq, &heap_number);
// Comparing JS objects with <=, >= is complicated.
if (cond != eq) {
__ cmp(r4, Operand(FIRST_SPEC_OBJECT_TYPE));
__ b(ge, slow);
// Normally here we fall through to return_equal, but undefined is
// special: (undefined == undefined) == true, but
// (undefined <= undefined) == false! See ECMAScript 11.8.5.
if (cond == le || cond == ge) {
__ cmp(r4, Operand(ODDBALL_TYPE));
__ b(ne, &return_equal);
__ LoadRoot(r2, Heap::kUndefinedValueRootIndex);
__ cmp(r0, r2);
__ b(ne, &return_equal);
if (cond == le) {
// undefined <= undefined should fail.
__ mov(r0, Operand(GREATER));
} else {
// undefined >= undefined should fail.
__ mov(r0, Operand(LESS));
}
__ Ret();
}
}
}
__ bind(&return_equal);
if (cond == lt) {
__ mov(r0, Operand(GREATER)); // Things aren't less than themselves.
} else if (cond == gt) {
__ mov(r0, Operand(LESS)); // Things aren't greater than themselves.
} else {
__ mov(r0, Operand(EQUAL)); // Things are <=, >=, ==, === themselves.
}
__ Ret();
// For less and greater we don't have to check for NaN since the result of
// x < x is false regardless. For the others here is some code to check
// for NaN.
if (cond != lt && cond != gt) {
__ bind(&heap_number);
// It is a heap number, so return non-equal if it's NaN and equal if it's
// not NaN.
// The representation of NaN values has all exponent bits (52..62) set,
// and not all mantissa bits (0..51) clear.
// Read top bits of double representation (second word of value).
__ ldr(r2, FieldMemOperand(r0, HeapNumber::kExponentOffset));
// Test that exponent bits are all set.
__ Sbfx(r3, r2, HeapNumber::kExponentShift, HeapNumber::kExponentBits);
// NaNs have all-one exponents so they sign extend to -1.
__ cmp(r3, Operand(-1));
__ b(ne, &return_equal);
// Shift out flag and all exponent bits, retaining only mantissa.
__ mov(r2, Operand(r2, LSL, HeapNumber::kNonMantissaBitsInTopWord));
// Or with all low-bits of mantissa.
__ ldr(r3, FieldMemOperand(r0, HeapNumber::kMantissaOffset));
__ orr(r0, r3, Operand(r2), SetCC);
// For equal we already have the right value in r0: Return zero (equal)
// if all bits in mantissa are zero (it's an Infinity) and non-zero if
// not (it's a NaN). For <= and >= we need to load r0 with the failing
// value if it's a NaN.
if (cond != eq) {
// All-zero means Infinity means equal.
__ Ret(eq);
if (cond == le) {
__ mov(r0, Operand(GREATER)); // NaN <= NaN should fail.
} else {
__ mov(r0, Operand(LESS)); // NaN >= NaN should fail.
}
}
__ Ret();
}
// No fall through here.
__ bind(&not_identical);
}
// See comment at call site.
static void EmitSmiNonsmiComparison(MacroAssembler* masm,
Register lhs,
Register rhs,
Label* lhs_not_nan,
Label* slow,
bool strict) {
ASSERT((lhs.is(r0) && rhs.is(r1)) ||
(lhs.is(r1) && rhs.is(r0)));
Label rhs_is_smi;
__ JumpIfSmi(rhs, &rhs_is_smi);
// Lhs is a Smi. Check whether the rhs is a heap number.
__ CompareObjectType(rhs, r4, r4, HEAP_NUMBER_TYPE);
if (strict) {
// If rhs is not a number and lhs is a Smi then strict equality cannot
// succeed. Return non-equal
// If rhs is r0 then there is already a non zero value in it.
if (!rhs.is(r0)) {
__ mov(r0, Operand(NOT_EQUAL), LeaveCC, ne);
}
__ Ret(ne);
} else {
// Smi compared non-strictly with a non-Smi non-heap-number. Call
// the runtime.
__ b(ne, slow);
}
// Lhs is a smi, rhs is a number.
// Convert lhs to a double in d7.
__ SmiToDouble(d7, lhs);
// Load the double from rhs, tagged HeapNumber r0, to d6.
__ vldr(d6, rhs, HeapNumber::kValueOffset - kHeapObjectTag);
// We now have both loaded as doubles but we can skip the lhs nan check
// since it's a smi.
__ jmp(lhs_not_nan);
__ bind(&rhs_is_smi);
// Rhs is a smi. Check whether the non-smi lhs is a heap number.
__ CompareObjectType(lhs, r4, r4, HEAP_NUMBER_TYPE);
if (strict) {
// If lhs is not a number and rhs is a smi then strict equality cannot
// succeed. Return non-equal.
// If lhs is r0 then there is already a non zero value in it.
if (!lhs.is(r0)) {
__ mov(r0, Operand(NOT_EQUAL), LeaveCC, ne);
}
__ Ret(ne);
} else {
// Smi compared non-strictly with a non-smi non-heap-number. Call
// the runtime.
__ b(ne, slow);
}
// Rhs is a smi, lhs is a heap number.
// Load the double from lhs, tagged HeapNumber r1, to d7.
__ vldr(d7, lhs, HeapNumber::kValueOffset - kHeapObjectTag);
// Convert rhs to a double in d6 .
__ SmiToDouble(d6, rhs);
// Fall through to both_loaded_as_doubles.
}
// See comment at call site.
static void EmitStrictTwoHeapObjectCompare(MacroAssembler* masm,
Register lhs,
Register rhs) {
ASSERT((lhs.is(r0) && rhs.is(r1)) ||
(lhs.is(r1) && rhs.is(r0)));
// If either operand is a JS object or an oddball value, then they are
// not equal since their pointers are different.
// There is no test for undetectability in strict equality.
STATIC_ASSERT(LAST_TYPE == LAST_SPEC_OBJECT_TYPE);
Label first_non_object;
// Get the type of the first operand into r2 and compare it with
// FIRST_SPEC_OBJECT_TYPE.
__ CompareObjectType(rhs, r2, r2, FIRST_SPEC_OBJECT_TYPE);
__ b(lt, &first_non_object);
// Return non-zero (r0 is not zero)
Label return_not_equal;
__ bind(&return_not_equal);
__ Ret();
__ bind(&first_non_object);
// Check for oddballs: true, false, null, undefined.
__ cmp(r2, Operand(ODDBALL_TYPE));
__ b(eq, &return_not_equal);
__ CompareObjectType(lhs, r3, r3, FIRST_SPEC_OBJECT_TYPE);
__ b(ge, &return_not_equal);
// Check for oddballs: true, false, null, undefined.
__ cmp(r3, Operand(ODDBALL_TYPE));
__ b(eq, &return_not_equal);
// Now that we have the types we might as well check for
// internalized-internalized.
STATIC_ASSERT(kInternalizedTag == 0 && kStringTag == 0);
__ orr(r2, r2, Operand(r3));
__ tst(r2, Operand(kIsNotStringMask | kIsNotInternalizedMask));
__ b(eq, &return_not_equal);
}
// See comment at call site.
static void EmitCheckForTwoHeapNumbers(MacroAssembler* masm,
Register lhs,
Register rhs,
Label* both_loaded_as_doubles,
Label* not_heap_numbers,
Label* slow) {
ASSERT((lhs.is(r0) && rhs.is(r1)) ||
(lhs.is(r1) && rhs.is(r0)));
__ CompareObjectType(rhs, r3, r2, HEAP_NUMBER_TYPE);
__ b(ne, not_heap_numbers);
__ ldr(r2, FieldMemOperand(lhs, HeapObject::kMapOffset));
__ cmp(r2, r3);
__ b(ne, slow); // First was a heap number, second wasn't. Go slow case.
// Both are heap numbers. Load them up then jump to the code we have
// for that.
__ vldr(d6, rhs, HeapNumber::kValueOffset - kHeapObjectTag);
__ vldr(d7, lhs, HeapNumber::kValueOffset - kHeapObjectTag);
__ jmp(both_loaded_as_doubles);
}
// Fast negative check for internalized-to-internalized equality.
static void EmitCheckForInternalizedStringsOrObjects(MacroAssembler* masm,
Register lhs,
Register rhs,
Label* possible_strings,
Label* not_both_strings) {
ASSERT((lhs.is(r0) && rhs.is(r1)) ||
(lhs.is(r1) && rhs.is(r0)));
// r2 is object type of rhs.
Label object_test;
STATIC_ASSERT(kInternalizedTag == 0 && kStringTag == 0);
__ tst(r2, Operand(kIsNotStringMask));
__ b(ne, &object_test);
__ tst(r2, Operand(kIsNotInternalizedMask));
__ b(ne, possible_strings);
__ CompareObjectType(lhs, r3, r3, FIRST_NONSTRING_TYPE);
__ b(ge, not_both_strings);
__ tst(r3, Operand(kIsNotInternalizedMask));
__ b(ne, possible_strings);
// Both are internalized. We already checked they weren't the same pointer
// so they are not equal.
__ mov(r0, Operand(NOT_EQUAL));
__ Ret();
__ bind(&object_test);
__ cmp(r2, Operand(FIRST_SPEC_OBJECT_TYPE));
__ b(lt, not_both_strings);
__ CompareObjectType(lhs, r2, r3, FIRST_SPEC_OBJECT_TYPE);
__ b(lt, not_both_strings);
// If both objects are undetectable, they are equal. Otherwise, they
// are not equal, since they are different objects and an object is not
// equal to undefined.
__ ldr(r3, FieldMemOperand(rhs, HeapObject::kMapOffset));
__ ldrb(r2, FieldMemOperand(r2, Map::kBitFieldOffset));
__ ldrb(r3, FieldMemOperand(r3, Map::kBitFieldOffset));
__ and_(r0, r2, Operand(r3));
__ and_(r0, r0, Operand(1 << Map::kIsUndetectable));
__ eor(r0, r0, Operand(1 << Map::kIsUndetectable));
__ Ret();
}
static void ICCompareStub_CheckInputType(MacroAssembler* masm,
Register input,
Register scratch,
CompareIC::State expected,
Label* fail) {
Label ok;
if (expected == CompareIC::SMI) {
__ JumpIfNotSmi(input, fail);
} else if (expected == CompareIC::NUMBER) {
__ JumpIfSmi(input, &ok);
__ CheckMap(input, scratch, Heap::kHeapNumberMapRootIndex, fail,
DONT_DO_SMI_CHECK);
}
// We could be strict about internalized/non-internalized here, but as long as
// hydrogen doesn't care, the stub doesn't have to care either.
__ bind(&ok);
}
// On entry r1 and r2 are the values to be compared.
// On exit r0 is 0, positive or negative to indicate the result of
// the comparison.
void ICCompareStub::GenerateGeneric(MacroAssembler* masm) {
Register lhs = r1;
Register rhs = r0;
Condition cc = GetCondition();
Label miss;
ICCompareStub_CheckInputType(masm, lhs, r2, left_, &miss);
ICCompareStub_CheckInputType(masm, rhs, r3, right_, &miss);
Label slow; // Call builtin.
Label not_smis, both_loaded_as_doubles, lhs_not_nan;
Label not_two_smis, smi_done;
__ orr(r2, r1, r0);
__ JumpIfNotSmi(r2, &not_two_smis);
__ mov(r1, Operand(r1, ASR, 1));
__ sub(r0, r1, Operand(r0, ASR, 1));
__ Ret();
__ bind(&not_two_smis);
// NOTICE! This code is only reached after a smi-fast-case check, so
// it is certain that at least one operand isn't a smi.
// Handle the case where the objects are identical. Either returns the answer
// or goes to slow. Only falls through if the objects were not identical.
EmitIdenticalObjectComparison(masm, &slow, cc);
// If either is a Smi (we know that not both are), then they can only
// be strictly equal if the other is a HeapNumber.
STATIC_ASSERT(kSmiTag == 0);
ASSERT_EQ(0, Smi::FromInt(0));
__ and_(r2, lhs, Operand(rhs));
__ JumpIfNotSmi(r2, &not_smis);
// One operand is a smi. EmitSmiNonsmiComparison generates code that can:
// 1) Return the answer.
// 2) Go to slow.
// 3) Fall through to both_loaded_as_doubles.
// 4) Jump to lhs_not_nan.
// In cases 3 and 4 we have found out we were dealing with a number-number
// comparison. If VFP3 is supported the double values of the numbers have
// been loaded into d7 and d6. Otherwise, the double values have been loaded
// into r0, r1, r2, and r3.
EmitSmiNonsmiComparison(masm, lhs, rhs, &lhs_not_nan, &slow, strict());
__ bind(&both_loaded_as_doubles);
// The arguments have been converted to doubles and stored in d6 and d7, if
// VFP3 is supported, or in r0, r1, r2, and r3.
Isolate* isolate = masm->isolate();
__ bind(&lhs_not_nan);
Label no_nan;
// ARMv7 VFP3 instructions to implement double precision comparison.
__ VFPCompareAndSetFlags(d7, d6);
Label nan;
__ b(vs, &nan);
__ mov(r0, Operand(EQUAL), LeaveCC, eq);
__ mov(r0, Operand(LESS), LeaveCC, lt);
__ mov(r0, Operand(GREATER), LeaveCC, gt);
__ Ret();
__ bind(&nan);
// If one of the sides was a NaN then the v flag is set. Load r0 with
// whatever it takes to make the comparison fail, since comparisons with NaN
// always fail.
if (cc == lt || cc == le) {
__ mov(r0, Operand(GREATER));
} else {
__ mov(r0, Operand(LESS));
}
__ Ret();
__ bind(&not_smis);
// At this point we know we are dealing with two different objects,
// and neither of them is a Smi. The objects are in rhs_ and lhs_.
if (strict()) {
// This returns non-equal for some object types, or falls through if it
// was not lucky.
EmitStrictTwoHeapObjectCompare(masm, lhs, rhs);
}
Label check_for_internalized_strings;
Label flat_string_check;
// Check for heap-number-heap-number comparison. Can jump to slow case,
// or load both doubles into r0, r1, r2, r3 and jump to the code that handles
// that case. If the inputs are not doubles then jumps to
// check_for_internalized_strings.
// In this case r2 will contain the type of rhs_. Never falls through.
EmitCheckForTwoHeapNumbers(masm,
lhs,
rhs,
&both_loaded_as_doubles,
&check_for_internalized_strings,
&flat_string_check);
__ bind(&check_for_internalized_strings);
// In the strict case the EmitStrictTwoHeapObjectCompare already took care of
// internalized strings.
if (cc == eq && !strict()) {
// Returns an answer for two internalized strings or two detectable objects.
// Otherwise jumps to string case or not both strings case.
// Assumes that r2 is the type of rhs_ on entry.
EmitCheckForInternalizedStringsOrObjects(
masm, lhs, rhs, &flat_string_check, &slow);
}
// Check for both being sequential ASCII strings, and inline if that is the
// case.
__ bind(&flat_string_check);
__ JumpIfNonSmisNotBothSequentialAsciiStrings(lhs, rhs, r2, r3, &slow);
__ IncrementCounter(isolate->counters()->string_compare_native(), 1, r2, r3);
if (cc == eq) {
StringCompareStub::GenerateFlatAsciiStringEquals(masm,
lhs,
rhs,
r2,
r3,
r4);
} else {
StringCompareStub::GenerateCompareFlatAsciiStrings(masm,
lhs,
rhs,
r2,
r3,
r4,
r5);
}
// Never falls through to here.
__ bind(&slow);
__ Push(lhs, rhs);
// Figure out which native to call and setup the arguments.
Builtins::JavaScript native;
if (cc == eq) {
native = strict() ? Builtins::STRICT_EQUALS : Builtins::EQUALS;
} else {
native = Builtins::COMPARE;
int ncr; // NaN compare result
if (cc == lt || cc == le) {
ncr = GREATER;
} else {
ASSERT(cc == gt || cc == ge); // remaining cases
ncr = LESS;
}
__ mov(r0, Operand(Smi::FromInt(ncr)));
__ push(r0);
}
// Call the native; it returns -1 (less), 0 (equal), or 1 (greater)
// tagged as a small integer.
__ InvokeBuiltin(native, JUMP_FUNCTION);
__ bind(&miss);
GenerateMiss(masm);
}
void StoreBufferOverflowStub::Generate(MacroAssembler* masm) {
// We don't allow a GC during a store buffer overflow so there is no need to
// store the registers in any particular way, but we do have to store and
// restore them.
__ stm(db_w, sp, kCallerSaved | lr.bit());
const Register scratch = r1;
if (save_doubles_ == kSaveFPRegs) {
__ SaveFPRegs(sp, scratch);
}
const int argument_count = 1;
const int fp_argument_count = 0;
AllowExternalCallThatCantCauseGC scope(masm);
__ PrepareCallCFunction(argument_count, fp_argument_count, scratch);
__ mov(r0, Operand(ExternalReference::isolate_address(masm->isolate())));
__ CallCFunction(
ExternalReference::store_buffer_overflow_function(masm->isolate()),
argument_count);
if (save_doubles_ == kSaveFPRegs) {
__ RestoreFPRegs(sp, scratch);
}
__ ldm(ia_w, sp, kCallerSaved | pc.bit()); // Also pop pc to get Ret(0).
}
void TranscendentalCacheStub::Generate(MacroAssembler* masm) {
// Untagged case: double input in d2, double result goes
// into d2.
// Tagged case: tagged input on top of stack and in r0,
// tagged result (heap number) goes into r0.
Label input_not_smi;
Label loaded;
Label calculate;
Label invalid_cache;
const Register scratch0 = r9;
Register scratch1 = no_reg; // will be r4
const Register cache_entry = r0;
const bool tagged = (argument_type_ == TAGGED);
if (tagged) {
// Argument is a number and is on stack and in r0.
// Load argument and check if it is a smi.
__ JumpIfNotSmi(r0, &input_not_smi);
// Input is a smi. Convert to double and load the low and high words
// of the double into r2, r3.
__ SmiToDouble(d7, r0);
__ vmov(r2, r3, d7);
__ b(&loaded);
__ bind(&input_not_smi);
// Check if input is a HeapNumber.
__ CheckMap(r0,
r1,
Heap::kHeapNumberMapRootIndex,
&calculate,
DONT_DO_SMI_CHECK);
// Input is a HeapNumber. Load it to a double register and store the
// low and high words into r2, r3.
__ vldr(d0, FieldMemOperand(r0, HeapNumber::kValueOffset));
__ vmov(r2, r3, d0);
} else {
// Input is untagged double in d2. Output goes to d2.
__ vmov(r2, r3, d2);
}
__ bind(&loaded);
// r2 = low 32 bits of double value
// r3 = high 32 bits of double value
// Compute hash (the shifts are arithmetic):
// h = (low ^ high); h ^= h >> 16; h ^= h >> 8; h = h & (cacheSize - 1);
__ eor(r1, r2, Operand(r3));
__ eor(r1, r1, Operand(r1, ASR, 16));
__ eor(r1, r1, Operand(r1, ASR, 8));
ASSERT(IsPowerOf2(TranscendentalCache::SubCache::kCacheSize));
__ And(r1, r1, Operand(TranscendentalCache::SubCache::kCacheSize - 1));
// r2 = low 32 bits of double value.
// r3 = high 32 bits of double value.
// r1 = TranscendentalCache::hash(double value).
Isolate* isolate = masm->isolate();
ExternalReference cache_array =
ExternalReference::transcendental_cache_array_address(isolate);
__ mov(cache_entry, Operand(cache_array));
// cache_entry points to cache array.
int cache_array_index
= type_ * sizeof(isolate->transcendental_cache()->caches_[0]);
__ ldr(cache_entry, MemOperand(cache_entry, cache_array_index));
// r0 points to the cache for the type type_.
// If NULL, the cache hasn't been initialized yet, so go through runtime.
__ cmp(cache_entry, Operand::Zero());
__ b(eq, &invalid_cache);
#ifdef DEBUG
// Check that the layout of cache elements match expectations.
{ TranscendentalCache::SubCache::Element test_elem[2];
char* elem_start = reinterpret_cast<char*>(&test_elem[0]);
char* elem2_start = reinterpret_cast<char*>(&test_elem[1]);
char* elem_in0 = reinterpret_cast<char*>(&(test_elem[0].in[0]));
char* elem_in1 = reinterpret_cast<char*>(&(test_elem[0].in[1]));
char* elem_out = reinterpret_cast<char*>(&(test_elem[0].output));
CHECK_EQ(12, elem2_start - elem_start); // Two uint_32's and a pointer.
CHECK_EQ(0, elem_in0 - elem_start);
CHECK_EQ(kIntSize, elem_in1 - elem_start);
CHECK_EQ(2 * kIntSize, elem_out - elem_start);
}
#endif
// Find the address of the r1'st entry in the cache, i.e., &r0[r1*12].
__ add(r1, r1, Operand(r1, LSL, 1));
__ add(cache_entry, cache_entry, Operand(r1, LSL, 2));
// Check if cache matches: Double value is stored in uint32_t[2] array.
__ ldm(ia, cache_entry, r4.bit() | r5.bit() | r6.bit());
__ cmp(r2, r4);
__ cmp(r3, r5, eq);
__ b(ne, &calculate);
scratch1 = r4; // Start of scratch1 range.
// Cache hit. Load result, cleanup and return.
Counters* counters = masm->isolate()->counters();
__ IncrementCounter(
counters->transcendental_cache_hit(), 1, scratch0, scratch1);
if (tagged) {
// Pop input value from stack and load result into r0.
__ pop();
__ mov(r0, Operand(r6));
} else {
// Load result into d2.
__ vldr(d2, FieldMemOperand(r6, HeapNumber::kValueOffset));
}
__ Ret();
__ bind(&calculate);
__ IncrementCounter(
counters->transcendental_cache_miss(), 1, scratch0, scratch1);
if (tagged) {
__ bind(&invalid_cache);
ExternalReference runtime_function =
ExternalReference(RuntimeFunction(), masm->isolate());
__ TailCallExternalReference(runtime_function, 1, 1);
} else {
Label no_update;
Label skip_cache;
// Call C function to calculate the result and update the cache.
// r0: precalculated cache entry address.
// r2 and r3: parts of the double value.
// Store r0, r2 and r3 on stack for later before calling C function.
__ Push(r3, r2, cache_entry);
GenerateCallCFunction(masm, scratch0);
__ GetCFunctionDoubleResult(d2);
// Try to update the cache. If we cannot allocate a
// heap number, we return the result without updating.
__ Pop(r3, r2, cache_entry);
__ LoadRoot(r5, Heap::kHeapNumberMapRootIndex);
__ AllocateHeapNumber(r6, scratch0, scratch1, r5, &no_update);
__ vstr(d2, FieldMemOperand(r6, HeapNumber::kValueOffset));
__ stm(ia, cache_entry, r2.bit() | r3.bit() | r6.bit());
__ Ret();
__ bind(&invalid_cache);
// The cache is invalid. Call runtime which will recreate the
// cache.
__ LoadRoot(r5, Heap::kHeapNumberMapRootIndex);
__ AllocateHeapNumber(r0, scratch0, scratch1, r5, &skip_cache);
__ vstr(d2, FieldMemOperand(r0, HeapNumber::kValueOffset));
{
FrameScope scope(masm, StackFrame::INTERNAL);
__ push(r0);
__ CallRuntime(RuntimeFunction(), 1);
}
__ vldr(d2, FieldMemOperand(r0, HeapNumber::kValueOffset));
__ Ret();
__ bind(&skip_cache);
// Call C function to calculate the result and answer directly
// without updating the cache.
GenerateCallCFunction(masm, scratch0);
__ GetCFunctionDoubleResult(d2);
__ bind(&no_update);
// We return the value in d2 without adding it to the cache, but
// we cause a scavenging GC so that future allocations will succeed.
{
FrameScope scope(masm, StackFrame::INTERNAL);
// Allocate an aligned object larger than a HeapNumber.
ASSERT(4 * kPointerSize >= HeapNumber::kSize);
__ mov(scratch0, Operand(4 * kPointerSize));
__ push(scratch0);
__ CallRuntimeSaveDoubles(Runtime::kAllocateInNewSpace);
}
__ Ret();
}
}
void TranscendentalCacheStub::GenerateCallCFunction(MacroAssembler* masm,
Register scratch) {
Isolate* isolate = masm->isolate();
__ push(lr);
__ PrepareCallCFunction(0, 1, scratch);
if (masm->use_eabi_hardfloat()) {
__ vmov(d0, d2);
} else {
__ vmov(r0, r1, d2);
}
AllowExternalCallThatCantCauseGC scope(masm);
switch (type_) {
case TranscendentalCache::SIN:
__ CallCFunction(ExternalReference::math_sin_double_function(isolate),
0, 1);
break;
case TranscendentalCache::COS:
__ CallCFunction(ExternalReference::math_cos_double_function(isolate),
0, 1);
break;
case TranscendentalCache::TAN:
__ CallCFunction(ExternalReference::math_tan_double_function(isolate),
0, 1);
break;
case TranscendentalCache::LOG:
__ CallCFunction(ExternalReference::math_log_double_function(isolate),
0, 1);
break;
default:
UNIMPLEMENTED();
break;
}
__ pop(lr);
}
Runtime::FunctionId TranscendentalCacheStub::RuntimeFunction() {
switch (type_) {
// Add more cases when necessary.
case TranscendentalCache::SIN: return Runtime::kMath_sin;
case TranscendentalCache::COS: return Runtime::kMath_cos;
case TranscendentalCache::TAN: return Runtime::kMath_tan;
case TranscendentalCache::LOG: return Runtime::kMath_log;
default:
UNIMPLEMENTED();
return Runtime::kAbort;
}
}
void MathPowStub::Generate(MacroAssembler* masm) {
const Register base = r1;
const Register exponent = r2;
const Register heapnumbermap = r5;
const Register heapnumber = r0;
const DwVfpRegister double_base = d0;
const DwVfpRegister double_exponent = d1;
const DwVfpRegister double_result = d2;
const DwVfpRegister double_scratch = d3;
const SwVfpRegister single_scratch = s6;
const Register scratch = r9;
const Register scratch2 = r4;
Label call_runtime, done, int_exponent;
if (exponent_type_ == ON_STACK) {
Label base_is_smi, unpack_exponent;
// The exponent and base are supplied as arguments on the stack.
// This can only happen if the stub is called from non-optimized code.
// Load input parameters from stack to double registers.
__ ldr(base, MemOperand(sp, 1 * kPointerSize));
__ ldr(exponent, MemOperand(sp, 0 * kPointerSize));
__ LoadRoot(heapnumbermap, Heap::kHeapNumberMapRootIndex);
__ UntagAndJumpIfSmi(scratch, base, &base_is_smi);
__ ldr(scratch, FieldMemOperand(base, JSObject::kMapOffset));
__ cmp(scratch, heapnumbermap);
__ b(ne, &call_runtime);
__ vldr(double_base, FieldMemOperand(base, HeapNumber::kValueOffset));
__ jmp(&unpack_exponent);
__ bind(&base_is_smi);
__ vmov(single_scratch, scratch);
__ vcvt_f64_s32(double_base, single_scratch);
__ bind(&unpack_exponent);
__ UntagAndJumpIfSmi(scratch, exponent, &int_exponent);
__ ldr(scratch, FieldMemOperand(exponent, JSObject::kMapOffset));
__ cmp(scratch, heapnumbermap);
__ b(ne, &call_runtime);
__ vldr(double_exponent,
FieldMemOperand(exponent, HeapNumber::kValueOffset));
} else if (exponent_type_ == TAGGED) {
// Base is already in double_base.
__ UntagAndJumpIfSmi(scratch, exponent, &int_exponent);
__ vldr(double_exponent,
FieldMemOperand(exponent, HeapNumber::kValueOffset));
}
if (exponent_type_ != INTEGER) {
Label int_exponent_convert;
// Detect integer exponents stored as double.
__ vcvt_u32_f64(single_scratch, double_exponent);
// We do not check for NaN or Infinity here because comparing numbers on
// ARM correctly distinguishes NaNs. We end up calling the built-in.
__ vcvt_f64_u32(double_scratch, single_scratch);
__ VFPCompareAndSetFlags(double_scratch, double_exponent);
__ b(eq, &int_exponent_convert);
if (exponent_type_ == ON_STACK) {
// Detect square root case. Crankshaft detects constant +/-0.5 at
// compile time and uses DoMathPowHalf instead. We then skip this check
// for non-constant cases of +/-0.5 as these hardly occur.
Label not_plus_half;
// Test for 0.5.
__ vmov(double_scratch, 0.5, scratch);
__ VFPCompareAndSetFlags(double_exponent, double_scratch);
__ b(ne, &not_plus_half);
// Calculates square root of base. Check for the special case of
// Math.pow(-Infinity, 0.5) == Infinity (ECMA spec, 15.8.2.13).
__ vmov(double_scratch, -V8_INFINITY, scratch);
__ VFPCompareAndSetFlags(double_base, double_scratch);
__ vneg(double_result, double_scratch, eq);
__ b(eq, &done);
// Add +0 to convert -0 to +0.
__ vadd(double_scratch, double_base, kDoubleRegZero);
__ vsqrt(double_result, double_scratch);
__ jmp(&done);
__ bind(&not_plus_half);
__ vmov(double_scratch, -0.5, scratch);
__ VFPCompareAndSetFlags(double_exponent, double_scratch);
__ b(ne, &call_runtime);
// Calculates square root of base. Check for the special case of
// Math.pow(-Infinity, -0.5) == 0 (ECMA spec, 15.8.2.13).
__ vmov(double_scratch, -V8_INFINITY, scratch);
__ VFPCompareAndSetFlags(double_base, double_scratch);
__ vmov(double_result, kDoubleRegZero, eq);
__ b(eq, &done);
// Add +0 to convert -0 to +0.
__ vadd(double_scratch, double_base, kDoubleRegZero);
__ vmov(double_result, 1.0, scratch);
__ vsqrt(double_scratch, double_scratch);
__ vdiv(double_result, double_result, double_scratch);
__ jmp(&done);
}
__ push(lr);
{
AllowExternalCallThatCantCauseGC scope(masm);
__ PrepareCallCFunction(0, 2, scratch);
__ SetCallCDoubleArguments(double_base, double_exponent);
__ CallCFunction(
ExternalReference::power_double_double_function(masm->isolate()),
0, 2);
}
__ pop(lr);
__ GetCFunctionDoubleResult(double_result);
__ jmp(&done);
__ bind(&int_exponent_convert);
__ vcvt_u32_f64(single_scratch, double_exponent);
__ vmov(scratch, single_scratch);
}
// Calculate power with integer exponent.
__ bind(&int_exponent);
// Get two copies of exponent in the registers scratch and exponent.
if (exponent_type_ == INTEGER) {
__ mov(scratch, exponent);
} else {
// Exponent has previously been stored into scratch as untagged integer.
__ mov(exponent, scratch);
}
__ vmov(double_scratch, double_base); // Back up base.
__ vmov(double_result, 1.0, scratch2);
// Get absolute value of exponent.
__ cmp(scratch, Operand::Zero());
__ mov(scratch2, Operand::Zero(), LeaveCC, mi);
__ sub(scratch, scratch2, scratch, LeaveCC, mi);
Label while_true;
__ bind(&while_true);
__ mov(scratch, Operand(scratch, ASR, 1), SetCC);
__ vmul(double_result, double_result, double_scratch, cs);
__ vmul(double_scratch, double_scratch, double_scratch, ne);
__ b(ne, &while_true);
__ cmp(exponent, Operand::Zero());
__ b(ge, &done);
__ vmov(double_scratch, 1.0, scratch);
__ vdiv(double_result, double_scratch, double_result);
// Test whether result is zero. Bail out to check for subnormal result.
// Due to subnormals, x^-y == (1/x)^y does not hold in all cases.
__ VFPCompareAndSetFlags(double_result, 0.0);
__ b(ne, &done);
// double_exponent may not containe the exponent value if the input was a
// smi. We set it with exponent value before bailing out.
__ vmov(single_scratch, exponent);
__ vcvt_f64_s32(double_exponent, single_scratch);
// Returning or bailing out.
Counters* counters = masm->isolate()->counters();
if (exponent_type_ == ON_STACK) {
// The arguments are still on the stack.
__ bind(&call_runtime);
__ TailCallRuntime(Runtime::kMath_pow_cfunction, 2, 1);
// The stub is called from non-optimized code, which expects the result
// as heap number in exponent.
__ bind(&done);
__ AllocateHeapNumber(
heapnumber, scratch, scratch2, heapnumbermap, &call_runtime);
__ vstr(double_result,
FieldMemOperand(heapnumber, HeapNumber::kValueOffset));
ASSERT(heapnumber.is(r0));
__ IncrementCounter(counters->math_pow(), 1, scratch, scratch2);
__ Ret(2);
} else {
__ push(lr);
{
AllowExternalCallThatCantCauseGC scope(masm);
__ PrepareCallCFunction(0, 2, scratch);
__ SetCallCDoubleArguments(double_base, double_exponent);
__ CallCFunction(
ExternalReference::power_double_double_function(masm->isolate()),
0, 2);
}
__ pop(lr);
__ GetCFunctionDoubleResult(double_result);
__ bind(&done);
__ IncrementCounter(counters->math_pow(), 1, scratch, scratch2);
__ Ret();
}
}
bool CEntryStub::NeedsImmovableCode() {
return true;
}
void CodeStub::GenerateStubsAheadOfTime(Isolate* isolate) {
CEntryStub::GenerateAheadOfTime(isolate);
WriteInt32ToHeapNumberStub::GenerateFixedRegStubsAheadOfTime(isolate);
StoreBufferOverflowStub::GenerateFixedRegStubsAheadOfTime(isolate);
StubFailureTrampolineStub::GenerateAheadOfTime(isolate);
ArrayConstructorStubBase::GenerateStubsAheadOfTime(isolate);
CreateAllocationSiteStub::GenerateAheadOfTime(isolate);
BinaryOpStub::GenerateAheadOfTime(isolate);
}
void CodeStub::GenerateFPStubs(Isolate* isolate) {
SaveFPRegsMode mode = kSaveFPRegs;
CEntryStub save_doubles(1, mode);
StoreBufferOverflowStub stub(mode);
// These stubs might already be in the snapshot, detect that and don't
// regenerate, which would lead to code stub initialization state being messed
// up.
Code* save_doubles_code;
if (!save_doubles.FindCodeInCache(&save_doubles_code, isolate)) {
save_doubles_code = *save_doubles.GetCode(isolate);
}
Code* store_buffer_overflow_code;
if (!stub.FindCodeInCache(&store_buffer_overflow_code, isolate)) {
store_buffer_overflow_code = *stub.GetCode(isolate);
}
isolate->set_fp_stubs_generated(true);
}
void CEntryStub::GenerateAheadOfTime(Isolate* isolate) {
CEntryStub stub(1, kDontSaveFPRegs);
stub.GetCode(isolate);
}
static void JumpIfOOM(MacroAssembler* masm,
Register value,
Register scratch,
Label* oom_label) {
STATIC_ASSERT(Failure::OUT_OF_MEMORY_EXCEPTION == 3);
STATIC_ASSERT(kFailureTag == 3);
__ and_(scratch, value, Operand(0xf));
__ cmp(scratch, Operand(0xf));
__ b(eq, oom_label);
}
void CEntryStub::GenerateCore(MacroAssembler* masm,
Label* throw_normal_exception,
Label* throw_termination_exception,
Label* throw_out_of_memory_exception,
bool do_gc,
bool always_allocate) {
// r0: result parameter for PerformGC, if any
// r4: number of arguments including receiver (C callee-saved)
// r5: pointer to builtin function (C callee-saved)
// r6: pointer to the first argument (C callee-saved)
Isolate* isolate = masm->isolate();
if (do_gc) {
// Passing r0.
__ PrepareCallCFunction(2, 0, r1);
__ mov(r1, Operand(ExternalReference::isolate_address(masm->isolate())));
__ CallCFunction(ExternalReference::perform_gc_function(isolate),
2, 0);
}
ExternalReference scope_depth =
ExternalReference::heap_always_allocate_scope_depth(isolate);
if (always_allocate) {
__ mov(r0, Operand(scope_depth));
__ ldr(r1, MemOperand(r0));
__ add(r1, r1, Operand(1));
__ str(r1, MemOperand(r0));
}
// Call C built-in.
// r0 = argc, r1 = argv
__ mov(r0, Operand(r4));
__ mov(r1, Operand(r6));
#if V8_HOST_ARCH_ARM
int frame_alignment = MacroAssembler::ActivationFrameAlignment();
int frame_alignment_mask = frame_alignment - 1;
if (FLAG_debug_code) {
if (frame_alignment > kPointerSize) {
Label alignment_as_expected;
ASSERT(IsPowerOf2(frame_alignment));
__ tst(sp, Operand(frame_alignment_mask));
__ b(eq, &alignment_as_expected);
// Don't use Check here, as it will call Runtime_Abort re-entering here.
__ stop("Unexpected alignment");
__ bind(&alignment_as_expected);
}
}
#endif
__ mov(r2, Operand(ExternalReference::isolate_address(isolate)));
// To let the GC traverse the return address of the exit frames, we need to
// know where the return address is. The CEntryStub is unmovable, so
// we can store the address on the stack to be able to find it again and
// we never have to restore it, because it will not change.
// Compute the return address in lr to return to after the jump below. Pc is
// already at '+ 8' from the current instruction but return is after three
// instructions so add another 4 to pc to get the return address.
{
// Prevent literal pool emission before return address.
Assembler::BlockConstPoolScope block_const_pool(masm);
masm->add(lr, pc, Operand(4));
__ str(lr, MemOperand(sp, 0));
masm->Jump(r5);
}
__ VFPEnsureFPSCRState(r2);
if (always_allocate) {
// It's okay to clobber r2 and r3 here. Don't mess with r0 and r1
// though (contain the result).
__ mov(r2, Operand(scope_depth));
__ ldr(r3, MemOperand(r2));
__ sub(r3, r3, Operand(1));
__ str(r3, MemOperand(r2));
}
// check for failure result
Label failure_returned;
STATIC_ASSERT(((kFailureTag + 1) & kFailureTagMask) == 0);
// Lower 2 bits of r2 are 0 iff r0 has failure tag.
__ add(r2, r0, Operand(1));
__ tst(r2, Operand(kFailureTagMask));
__ b(eq, &failure_returned);
// Exit C frame and return.
// r0:r1: result
// sp: stack pointer
// fp: frame pointer
// Callee-saved register r4 still holds argc.
__ LeaveExitFrame(save_doubles_, r4, true);
__ mov(pc, lr);
// check if we should retry or throw exception
Label retry;
__ bind(&failure_returned);
STATIC_ASSERT(Failure::RETRY_AFTER_GC == 0);
__ tst(r0, Operand(((1 << kFailureTypeTagSize) - 1) << kFailureTagSize));
__ b(eq, &retry);
// Special handling of out of memory exceptions.
JumpIfOOM(masm, r0, ip, throw_out_of_memory_exception);
// Retrieve the pending exception.
__ mov(ip, Operand(ExternalReference(Isolate::kPendingExceptionAddress,
isolate)));
__ ldr(r0, MemOperand(ip));
// See if we just retrieved an OOM exception.
JumpIfOOM(masm, r0, ip, throw_out_of_memory_exception);
// Clear the pending exception.
__ mov(r3, Operand(isolate->factory()->the_hole_value()));
__ mov(ip, Operand(ExternalReference(Isolate::kPendingExceptionAddress,
isolate)));
__ str(r3, MemOperand(ip));
// Special handling of termination exceptions which are uncatchable
// by javascript code.
__ cmp(r0, Operand(isolate->factory()->termination_exception()));
__ b(eq, throw_termination_exception);
// Handle normal exception.
__ jmp(throw_normal_exception);
__ bind(&retry); // pass last failure (r0) as parameter (r0) when retrying
}
void CEntryStub::Generate(MacroAssembler* masm) {
// Called from JavaScript; parameters are on stack as if calling JS function
// r0: number of arguments including receiver
// r1: pointer to builtin function
// fp: frame pointer (restored after C call)
// sp: stack pointer (restored as callee's sp after C call)
// cp: current context (C callee-saved)
ProfileEntryHookStub::MaybeCallEntryHook(masm);
// Result returned in r0 or r0+r1 by default.
// NOTE: Invocations of builtins may return failure objects
// instead of a proper result. The builtin entry handles
// this by performing a garbage collection and retrying the
// builtin once.
// Compute the argv pointer in a callee-saved register.
__ add(r6, sp, Operand(r0, LSL, kPointerSizeLog2));
__ sub(r6, r6, Operand(kPointerSize));
// Enter the exit frame that transitions from JavaScript to C++.
FrameScope scope(masm, StackFrame::MANUAL);
__ EnterExitFrame(save_doubles_);
// Set up argc and the builtin function in callee-saved registers.
__ mov(r4, Operand(r0));
__ mov(r5, Operand(r1));
// r4: number of arguments (C callee-saved)
// r5: pointer to builtin function (C callee-saved)
// r6: pointer to first argument (C callee-saved)
Label throw_normal_exception;
Label throw_termination_exception;
Label throw_out_of_memory_exception;
// Call into the runtime system.
GenerateCore(masm,
&throw_normal_exception,
&throw_termination_exception,
&throw_out_of_memory_exception,
false,
false);
// Do space-specific GC and retry runtime call.
GenerateCore(masm,
&throw_normal_exception,
&throw_termination_exception,
&throw_out_of_memory_exception,
true,
false);
// Do full GC and retry runtime call one final time.
Failure* failure = Failure::InternalError();
__ mov(r0, Operand(reinterpret_cast<int32_t>(failure)));
GenerateCore(masm,
&throw_normal_exception,
&throw_termination_exception,
&throw_out_of_memory_exception,
true,
true);
__ bind(&throw_out_of_memory_exception);
// Set external caught exception to false.
Isolate* isolate = masm->isolate();
ExternalReference external_caught(Isolate::kExternalCaughtExceptionAddress,
isolate);
__ mov(r0, Operand(false, RelocInfo::NONE32));
__ mov(r2, Operand(external_caught));
__ str(r0, MemOperand(r2));
// Set pending exception and r0 to out of memory exception.
Label already_have_failure;
JumpIfOOM(masm, r0, ip, &already_have_failure);
Failure* out_of_memory = Failure::OutOfMemoryException(0x1);
__ mov(r0, Operand(reinterpret_cast<int32_t>(out_of_memory)));
__ bind(&already_have_failure);
__ mov(r2, Operand(ExternalReference(Isolate::kPendingExceptionAddress,
isolate)));
__ str(r0, MemOperand(r2));
// Fall through to the next label.
__ bind(&throw_termination_exception);
__ ThrowUncatchable(r0);
__ bind(&throw_normal_exception);
__ Throw(r0);
}
void JSEntryStub::GenerateBody(MacroAssembler* masm, bool is_construct) {
// r0: code entry
// r1: function
// r2: receiver
// r3: argc
// [sp+0]: argv
Label invoke, handler_entry, exit;
ProfileEntryHookStub::MaybeCallEntryHook(masm);
// Called from C, so do not pop argc and args on exit (preserve sp)
// No need to save register-passed args
// Save callee-saved registers (incl. cp and fp), sp, and lr
__ stm(db_w, sp, kCalleeSaved | lr.bit());
// Save callee-saved vfp registers.
__ vstm(db_w, sp, kFirstCalleeSavedDoubleReg, kLastCalleeSavedDoubleReg);
// Set up the reserved register for 0.0.
__ vmov(kDoubleRegZero, 0.0);
__ VFPEnsureFPSCRState(r4);
// Get address of argv, see stm above.
// r0: code entry
// r1: function
// r2: receiver
// r3: argc
// Set up argv in r4.
int offset_to_argv = (kNumCalleeSaved + 1) * kPointerSize;
offset_to_argv += kNumDoubleCalleeSaved * kDoubleSize;
__ ldr(r4, MemOperand(sp, offset_to_argv));
// Push a frame with special values setup to mark it as an entry frame.
// r0: code entry
// r1: function
// r2: receiver
// r3: argc
// r4: argv
Isolate* isolate = masm->isolate();
int marker = is_construct ? StackFrame::ENTRY_CONSTRUCT : StackFrame::ENTRY;
__ mov(r8, Operand(Smi::FromInt(marker)));
__ mov(r6, Operand(Smi::FromInt(marker)));
__ mov(r5,
Operand(ExternalReference(Isolate::kCEntryFPAddress, isolate)));
__ ldr(r5, MemOperand(r5));
__ mov(ip, Operand(-1)); // Push a bad frame pointer to fail if it is used.
__ Push(ip, r8, r6, r5);
// Set up frame pointer for the frame to be pushed.
__ add(fp, sp, Operand(-EntryFrameConstants::kCallerFPOffset));
// If this is the outermost JS call, set js_entry_sp value.
Label non_outermost_js;
ExternalReference js_entry_sp(Isolate::kJSEntrySPAddress, isolate);
__ mov(r5, Operand(ExternalReference(js_entry_sp)));
__ ldr(r6, MemOperand(r5));
__ cmp(r6, Operand::Zero());
__ b(ne, &non_outermost_js);
__ str(fp, MemOperand(r5));
__ mov(ip, Operand(Smi::FromInt(StackFrame::OUTERMOST_JSENTRY_FRAME)));
Label cont;
__ b(&cont);
__ bind(&non_outermost_js);
__ mov(ip, Operand(Smi::FromInt(StackFrame::INNER_JSENTRY_FRAME)));
__ bind(&cont);
__ push(ip);
// Jump to a faked try block that does the invoke, with a faked catch
// block that sets the pending exception.
__ jmp(&invoke);
// Block literal pool emission whilst taking the position of the handler
// entry. This avoids making the assumption that literal pools are always
// emitted after an instruction is emitted, rather than before.
{
Assembler::BlockConstPoolScope block_const_pool(masm);
__ bind(&handler_entry);
handler_offset_ = handler_entry.pos();
// Caught exception: Store result (exception) in the pending exception
// field in the JSEnv and return a failure sentinel. Coming in here the
// fp will be invalid because the PushTryHandler below sets it to 0 to
// signal the existence of the JSEntry frame.
__ mov(ip, Operand(ExternalReference(Isolate::kPendingExceptionAddress,
isolate)));
}
__ str(r0, MemOperand(ip));
__ mov(r0, Operand(reinterpret_cast<int32_t>(Failure::Exception())));
__ b(&exit);
// Invoke: Link this frame into the handler chain. There's only one
// handler block in this code object, so its index is 0.
__ bind(&invoke);
// Must preserve r0-r4, r5-r6 are available.
__ PushTryHandler(StackHandler::JS_ENTRY, 0);
// If an exception not caught by another handler occurs, this handler
// returns control to the code after the bl(&invoke) above, which
// restores all kCalleeSaved registers (including cp and fp) to their
// saved values before returning a failure to C.
// Clear any pending exceptions.
__ mov(r5, Operand(isolate->factory()->the_hole_value()));
__ mov(ip, Operand(ExternalReference(Isolate::kPendingExceptionAddress,
isolate)));
__ str(r5, MemOperand(ip));
// Invoke the function by calling through JS entry trampoline builtin.
// Notice that we cannot store a reference to the trampoline code directly in
// this stub, because runtime stubs are not traversed when doing GC.
// Expected registers by Builtins::JSEntryTrampoline
// r0: code entry
// r1: function
// r2: receiver
// r3: argc
// r4: argv
if (is_construct) {
ExternalReference construct_entry(Builtins::kJSConstructEntryTrampoline,
isolate);
__ mov(ip, Operand(construct_entry));
} else {
ExternalReference entry(Builtins::kJSEntryTrampoline, isolate);
__ mov(ip, Operand(entry));
}
__ ldr(ip, MemOperand(ip)); // deref address
// Branch and link to JSEntryTrampoline. We don't use the double underscore
// macro for the add instruction because we don't want the coverage tool
// inserting instructions here after we read the pc. We block literal pool
// emission for the same reason.
{
Assembler::BlockConstPoolScope block_const_pool(masm);
__ mov(lr, Operand(pc));
masm->add(pc, ip, Operand(Code::kHeaderSize - kHeapObjectTag));
}
// Unlink this frame from the handler chain.
__ PopTryHandler();
__ bind(&exit); // r0 holds result
// Check if the current stack frame is marked as the outermost JS frame.
Label non_outermost_js_2;
__ pop(r5);
__ cmp(r5, Operand(Smi::FromInt(StackFrame::OUTERMOST_JSENTRY_FRAME)));
__ b(ne, &non_outermost_js_2);
__ mov(r6, Operand::Zero());
__ mov(r5, Operand(ExternalReference(js_entry_sp)));
__ str(r6, MemOperand(r5));
__ bind(&non_outermost_js_2);
// Restore the top frame descriptors from the stack.
__ pop(r3);
__ mov(ip,
Operand(ExternalReference(Isolate::kCEntryFPAddress, isolate)));
__ str(r3, MemOperand(ip));
// Reset the stack to the callee saved registers.
__ add(sp, sp, Operand(-EntryFrameConstants::kCallerFPOffset));
// Restore callee-saved registers and return.
#ifdef DEBUG
if (FLAG_debug_code) {
__ mov(lr, Operand(pc));
}
#endif
// Restore callee-saved vfp registers.
__ vldm(ia_w, sp, kFirstCalleeSavedDoubleReg, kLastCalleeSavedDoubleReg);
__ ldm(ia_w, sp, kCalleeSaved | pc.bit());
}
// Uses registers r0 to r4.
// Expected input (depending on whether args are in registers or on the stack):
// * object: r0 or at sp + 1 * kPointerSize.
// * function: r1 or at sp.
//
// An inlined call site may have been generated before calling this stub.
// In this case the offset to the inline site to patch is passed on the stack,
// in the safepoint slot for register r4.
// (See LCodeGen::DoInstanceOfKnownGlobal)
void InstanceofStub::Generate(MacroAssembler* masm) {
// Call site inlining and patching implies arguments in registers.
ASSERT(HasArgsInRegisters() || !HasCallSiteInlineCheck());
// ReturnTrueFalse is only implemented for inlined call sites.
ASSERT(!ReturnTrueFalseObject() || HasCallSiteInlineCheck());
// Fixed register usage throughout the stub:
const Register object = r0; // Object (lhs).
Register map = r3; // Map of the object.
const Register function = r1; // Function (rhs).
const Register prototype = r4; // Prototype of the function.
const Register inline_site = r9;
const Register scratch = r2;
const int32_t kDeltaToLoadBoolResult = 4 * kPointerSize;
Label slow, loop, is_instance, is_not_instance, not_js_object;
if (!HasArgsInRegisters()) {
__ ldr(object, MemOperand(sp, 1 * kPointerSize));
__ ldr(function, MemOperand(sp, 0));
}
// Check that the left hand is a JS object and load map.
__ JumpIfSmi(object, &not_js_object);
__ IsObjectJSObjectType(object, map, scratch, &not_js_object);
// If there is a call site cache don't look in the global cache, but do the
// real lookup and update the call site cache.
if (!HasCallSiteInlineCheck()) {
Label miss;
__ CompareRoot(function, Heap::kInstanceofCacheFunctionRootIndex);
__ b(ne, &miss);
__ CompareRoot(map, Heap::kInstanceofCacheMapRootIndex);
__ b(ne, &miss);
__ LoadRoot(r0, Heap::kInstanceofCacheAnswerRootIndex);
__ Ret(HasArgsInRegisters() ? 0 : 2);
__ bind(&miss);
}
// Get the prototype of the function.
__ TryGetFunctionPrototype(function, prototype, scratch, &slow, true);
// Check that the function prototype is a JS object.
__ JumpIfSmi(prototype, &slow);
__ IsObjectJSObjectType(prototype, scratch, scratch, &slow);
// Update the global instanceof or call site inlined cache with the current
// map and function. The cached answer will be set when it is known below.
if (!HasCallSiteInlineCheck()) {
__ StoreRoot(function, Heap::kInstanceofCacheFunctionRootIndex);
__ StoreRoot(map, Heap::kInstanceofCacheMapRootIndex);
} else {
ASSERT(HasArgsInRegisters());
// Patch the (relocated) inlined map check.
// The offset was stored in r4 safepoint slot.
// (See LCodeGen::DoDeferredLInstanceOfKnownGlobal)
__ LoadFromSafepointRegisterSlot(scratch, r4);
__ sub(inline_site, lr, scratch);
// Get the map location in scratch and patch it.
__ GetRelocatedValueLocation(inline_site, scratch);
__ ldr(scratch, MemOperand(scratch));
__ str(map, FieldMemOperand(scratch, Cell::kValueOffset));
}
// Register mapping: r3 is object map and r4 is function prototype.
// Get prototype of object into r2.
__ ldr(scratch, FieldMemOperand(map, Map::kPrototypeOffset));
// We don't need map any more. Use it as a scratch register.
Register scratch2 = map;
map = no_reg;
// Loop through the prototype chain looking for the function prototype.
__ LoadRoot(scratch2, Heap::kNullValueRootIndex);
__ bind(&loop);
__ cmp(scratch, Operand(prototype));
__ b(eq, &is_instance);
__ cmp(scratch, scratch2);
__ b(eq, &is_not_instance);
__ ldr(scratch, FieldMemOperand(scratch, HeapObject::kMapOffset));
__ ldr(scratch, FieldMemOperand(scratch, Map::kPrototypeOffset));
__ jmp(&loop);
__ bind(&is_instance);
if (!HasCallSiteInlineCheck()) {
__ mov(r0, Operand(Smi::FromInt(0)));
__ StoreRoot(r0, Heap::kInstanceofCacheAnswerRootIndex);
} else {
// Patch the call site to return true.
__ LoadRoot(r0, Heap::kTrueValueRootIndex);
__ add(inline_site, inline_site, Operand(kDeltaToLoadBoolResult));
// Get the boolean result location in scratch and patch it.
__ GetRelocatedValueLocation(inline_site, scratch);
__ str(r0, MemOperand(scratch));
if (!ReturnTrueFalseObject()) {
__ mov(r0, Operand(Smi::FromInt(0)));
}
}
__ Ret(HasArgsInRegisters() ? 0 : 2);
__ bind(&is_not_instance);
if (!HasCallSiteInlineCheck()) {
__ mov(r0, Operand(Smi::FromInt(1)));
__ StoreRoot(r0, Heap::kInstanceofCacheAnswerRootIndex);
} else {
// Patch the call site to return false.
__ LoadRoot(r0, Heap::kFalseValueRootIndex);
__ add(inline_site, inline_site, Operand(kDeltaToLoadBoolResult));
// Get the boolean result location in scratch and patch it.
__ GetRelocatedValueLocation(inline_site, scratch);
__ str(r0, MemOperand(scratch));
if (!ReturnTrueFalseObject()) {
__ mov(r0, Operand(Smi::FromInt(1)));
}
}
__ Ret(HasArgsInRegisters() ? 0 : 2);
Label object_not_null, object_not_null_or_smi;
__ bind(&not_js_object);
// Before null, smi and string value checks, check that the rhs is a function
// as for a non-function rhs an exception needs to be thrown.
__ JumpIfSmi(function, &slow);
__ CompareObjectType(function, scratch2, scratch, JS_FUNCTION_TYPE);
__ b(ne, &slow);
// Null is not instance of anything.
__ cmp(scratch, Operand(masm->isolate()->factory()->null_value()));
__ b(ne, &object_not_null);
__ mov(r0, Operand(Smi::FromInt(1)));
__ Ret(HasArgsInRegisters() ? 0 : 2);
__ bind(&object_not_null);
// Smi values are not instances of anything.
__ JumpIfNotSmi(object, &object_not_null_or_smi);
__ mov(r0, Operand(Smi::FromInt(1)));
__ Ret(HasArgsInRegisters() ? 0 : 2);
__ bind(&object_not_null_or_smi);
// String values are not instances of anything.
__ IsObjectJSStringType(object, scratch, &slow);
__ mov(r0, Operand(Smi::FromInt(1)));
__ Ret(HasArgsInRegisters() ? 0 : 2);
// Slow-case. Tail call builtin.
__ bind(&slow);
if (!ReturnTrueFalseObject()) {
if (HasArgsInRegisters()) {
__ Push(r0, r1);
}
__ InvokeBuiltin(Builtins::INSTANCE_OF, JUMP_FUNCTION);
} else {
{
FrameScope scope(masm, StackFrame::INTERNAL);
__ Push(r0, r1);
__ InvokeBuiltin(Builtins::INSTANCE_OF, CALL_FUNCTION);
}
__ cmp(r0, Operand::Zero());
__ LoadRoot(r0, Heap::kTrueValueRootIndex, eq);
__ LoadRoot(r0, Heap::kFalseValueRootIndex, ne);
__ Ret(HasArgsInRegisters() ? 0 : 2);
}
}
void FunctionPrototypeStub::Generate(MacroAssembler* masm) {
Label miss;
Register receiver;
if (kind() == Code::KEYED_LOAD_IC) {
// ----------- S t a t e -------------
// -- lr : return address
// -- r0 : key
// -- r1 : receiver
// -----------------------------------
__ cmp(r0, Operand(masm->isolate()->factory()->prototype_string()));
__ b(ne, &miss);
receiver = r1;
} else {
ASSERT(kind() == Code::LOAD_IC);
// ----------- S t a t e -------------
// -- r2 : name
// -- lr : return address
// -- r0 : receiver
// -- sp[0] : receiver
// -----------------------------------
receiver = r0;
}
StubCompiler::GenerateLoadFunctionPrototype(masm, receiver, r3, r4, &miss);
__ bind(&miss);
StubCompiler::TailCallBuiltin(
masm, BaseLoadStoreStubCompiler::MissBuiltin(kind()));
}
void StringLengthStub::Generate(MacroAssembler* masm) {
Label miss;
Register receiver;
if (kind() == Code::KEYED_LOAD_IC) {
// ----------- S t a t e -------------
// -- lr : return address
// -- r0 : key
// -- r1 : receiver
// -----------------------------------
__ cmp(r0, Operand(masm->isolate()->factory()->length_string()));
__ b(ne, &miss);
receiver = r1;
} else {
ASSERT(kind() == Code::LOAD_IC);
// ----------- S t a t e -------------
// -- r2 : name
// -- lr : return address
// -- r0 : receiver
// -- sp[0] : receiver
// -----------------------------------
receiver = r0;
}
StubCompiler::GenerateLoadStringLength(masm, receiver, r3, r4, &miss);
__ bind(&miss);
StubCompiler::TailCallBuiltin(
masm, BaseLoadStoreStubCompiler::MissBuiltin(kind()));
}
void StoreArrayLengthStub::Generate(MacroAssembler* masm) {
// This accepts as a receiver anything JSArray::SetElementsLength accepts
// (currently anything except for external arrays which means anything with
// elements of FixedArray type). Value must be a number, but only smis are
// accepted as the most common case.
Label miss;
Register receiver;
Register value;
if (kind() == Code::KEYED_STORE_IC) {
// ----------- S t a t e -------------
// -- lr : return address
// -- r0 : value
// -- r1 : key
// -- r2 : receiver
// -----------------------------------
__ cmp(r1, Operand(masm->isolate()->factory()->length_string()));
__ b(ne, &miss);
receiver = r2;
value = r0;
} else {
ASSERT(kind() == Code::STORE_IC);
// ----------- S t a t e -------------
// -- lr : return address
// -- r0 : value
// -- r1 : receiver
// -- r2 : key
// -----------------------------------
receiver = r1;
value = r0;
}
Register scratch = r3;
// Check that the receiver isn't a smi.
__ JumpIfSmi(receiver, &miss);
// Check that the object is a JS array.
__ CompareObjectType(receiver, scratch, scratch, JS_ARRAY_TYPE);
__ b(ne, &miss);
// Check that elements are FixedArray.
// We rely on StoreIC_ArrayLength below to deal with all types of
// fast elements (including COW).
__ ldr(scratch, FieldMemOperand(receiver, JSArray::kElementsOffset));
__ CompareObjectType(scratch, scratch, scratch, FIXED_ARRAY_TYPE);
__ b(ne, &miss);
// Check that the array has fast properties, otherwise the length
// property might have been redefined.
__ ldr(scratch, FieldMemOperand(receiver, JSArray::kPropertiesOffset));
__ ldr(scratch, FieldMemOperand(scratch, FixedArray::kMapOffset));
__ CompareRoot(scratch, Heap::kHashTableMapRootIndex);
__ b(eq, &miss);
// Check that value is a smi.
__ JumpIfNotSmi(value, &miss);
// Prepare tail call to StoreIC_ArrayLength.
__ Push(receiver, value);
ExternalReference ref =
ExternalReference(IC_Utility(IC::kStoreIC_ArrayLength), masm->isolate());
__ TailCallExternalReference(ref, 2, 1);
__ bind(&miss);
StubCompiler::TailCallBuiltin(
masm, BaseLoadStoreStubCompiler::MissBuiltin(kind()));
}
Register InstanceofStub::left() { return r0; }
Register InstanceofStub::right() { return r1; }
void ArgumentsAccessStub::GenerateReadElement(MacroAssembler* masm) {
// The displacement is the offset of the last parameter (if any)
// relative to the frame pointer.
const int kDisplacement =
StandardFrameConstants::kCallerSPOffset - kPointerSize;
// Check that the key is a smi.
Label slow;
__ JumpIfNotSmi(r1, &slow);
// Check if the calling frame is an arguments adaptor frame.
Label adaptor;
__ ldr(r2, MemOperand(fp, StandardFrameConstants::kCallerFPOffset));
__ ldr(r3, MemOperand(r2, StandardFrameConstants::kContextOffset));
__ cmp(r3, Operand(Smi::FromInt(StackFrame::ARGUMENTS_ADAPTOR)));
__ b(eq, &adaptor);
// Check index against formal parameters count limit passed in
// through register r0. Use unsigned comparison to get negative
// check for free.
__ cmp(r1, r0);
__ b(hs, &slow);
// Read the argument from the stack and return it.
__ sub(r3, r0, r1);
__ add(r3, fp, Operand::PointerOffsetFromSmiKey(r3));
__ ldr(r0, MemOperand(r3, kDisplacement));
__ Jump(lr);
// Arguments adaptor case: Check index against actual arguments
// limit found in the arguments adaptor frame. Use unsigned
// comparison to get negative check for free.
__ bind(&adaptor);
__ ldr(r0, MemOperand(r2, ArgumentsAdaptorFrameConstants::kLengthOffset));
__ cmp(r1, r0);
__ b(cs, &slow);
// Read the argument from the adaptor frame and return it.
__ sub(r3, r0, r1);
__ add(r3, r2, Operand::PointerOffsetFromSmiKey(r3));
__ ldr(r0, MemOperand(r3, kDisplacement));
__ Jump(lr);
// Slow-case: Handle non-smi or out-of-bounds access to arguments
// by calling the runtime system.
__ bind(&slow);
__ push(r1);
__ TailCallRuntime(Runtime::kGetArgumentsProperty, 1, 1);
}
void ArgumentsAccessStub::GenerateNewNonStrictSlow(MacroAssembler* masm) {
// sp[0] : number of parameters
// sp[4] : receiver displacement
// sp[8] : function
// Check if the calling frame is an arguments adaptor frame.
Label runtime;
__ ldr(r3, MemOperand(fp, StandardFrameConstants::kCallerFPOffset));
__ ldr(r2, MemOperand(r3, StandardFrameConstants::kContextOffset));
__ cmp(r2, Operand(Smi::FromInt(StackFrame::ARGUMENTS_ADAPTOR)));
__ b(ne, &runtime);
// Patch the arguments.length and the parameters pointer in the current frame.
__ ldr(r2, MemOperand(r3, ArgumentsAdaptorFrameConstants::kLengthOffset));
__ str(r2, MemOperand(sp, 0 * kPointerSize));
__ add(r3, r3, Operand(r2, LSL, 1));
__ add(r3, r3, Operand(StandardFrameConstants::kCallerSPOffset));
__ str(r3, MemOperand(sp, 1 * kPointerSize));
__ bind(&runtime);
__ TailCallRuntime(Runtime::kNewArgumentsFast, 3, 1);
}
void ArgumentsAccessStub::GenerateNewNonStrictFast(MacroAssembler* masm) {
// Stack layout:
// sp[0] : number of parameters (tagged)
// sp[4] : address of receiver argument
// sp[8] : function
// Registers used over whole function:
// r6 : allocated object (tagged)
// r9 : mapped parameter count (tagged)
__ ldr(r1, MemOperand(sp, 0 * kPointerSize));
// r1 = parameter count (tagged)
// Check if the calling frame is an arguments adaptor frame.
Label runtime;
Label adaptor_frame, try_allocate;
__ ldr(r3, MemOperand(fp, StandardFrameConstants::kCallerFPOffset));
__ ldr(r2, MemOperand(r3, StandardFrameConstants::kContextOffset));
__ cmp(r2, Operand(Smi::FromInt(StackFrame::ARGUMENTS_ADAPTOR)));
__ b(eq, &adaptor_frame);
// No adaptor, parameter count = argument count.
__ mov(r2, r1);
__ b(&try_allocate);
// We have an adaptor frame. Patch the parameters pointer.
__ bind(&adaptor_frame);
__ ldr(r2, MemOperand(r3, ArgumentsAdaptorFrameConstants::kLengthOffset));
__ add(r3, r3, Operand(r2, LSL, 1));
__ add(r3, r3, Operand(StandardFrameConstants::kCallerSPOffset));
__ str(r3, MemOperand(sp, 1 * kPointerSize));
// r1 = parameter count (tagged)
// r2 = argument count (tagged)
// Compute the mapped parameter count = min(r1, r2) in r1.
__ cmp(r1, Operand(r2));
__ mov(r1, Operand(r2), LeaveCC, gt);
__ bind(&try_allocate);
// Compute the sizes of backing store, parameter map, and arguments object.
// 1. Parameter map, has 2 extra words containing context and backing store.
const int kParameterMapHeaderSize =
FixedArray::kHeaderSize + 2 * kPointerSize;
// If there are no mapped parameters, we do not need the parameter_map.
__ cmp(r1, Operand(Smi::FromInt(0)));
__ mov(r9, Operand::Zero(), LeaveCC, eq);
__ mov(r9, Operand(r1, LSL, 1), LeaveCC, ne);
__ add(r9, r9, Operand(kParameterMapHeaderSize), LeaveCC, ne);
// 2. Backing store.
__ add(r9, r9, Operand(r2, LSL, 1));
__ add(r9, r9, Operand(FixedArray::kHeaderSize));
// 3. Arguments object.
__ add(r9, r9, Operand(Heap::kArgumentsObjectSize));
// Do the allocation of all three objects in one go.
__ Allocate(r9, r0, r3, r4, &runtime, TAG_OBJECT);
// r0 = address of new object(s) (tagged)
// r2 = argument count (tagged)
// Get the arguments boilerplate from the current native context into r4.
const int kNormalOffset =
Context::SlotOffset(Context::ARGUMENTS_BOILERPLATE_INDEX);
const int kAliasedOffset =
Context::SlotOffset(Context::ALIASED_ARGUMENTS_BOILERPLATE_INDEX);
__ ldr(r4, MemOperand(cp, Context::SlotOffset(Context::GLOBAL_OBJECT_INDEX)));
__ ldr(r4, FieldMemOperand(r4, GlobalObject::kNativeContextOffset));
__ cmp(r1, Operand::Zero());
__ ldr(r4, MemOperand(r4, kNormalOffset), eq);
__ ldr(r4, MemOperand(r4, kAliasedOffset), ne);
// r0 = address of new object (tagged)
// r1 = mapped parameter count (tagged)
// r2 = argument count (tagged)
// r4 = address of boilerplate object (tagged)
// Copy the JS object part.
for (int i = 0; i < JSObject::kHeaderSize; i += kPointerSize) {
__ ldr(r3, FieldMemOperand(r4, i));
__ str(r3, FieldMemOperand(r0, i));
}
// Set up the callee in-object property.
STATIC_ASSERT(Heap::kArgumentsCalleeIndex == 1);
__ ldr(r3, MemOperand(sp, 2 * kPointerSize));
const int kCalleeOffset = JSObject::kHeaderSize +
Heap::kArgumentsCalleeIndex * kPointerSize;
__ str(r3, FieldMemOperand(r0, kCalleeOffset));
// Use the length (smi tagged) and set that as an in-object property too.
STATIC_ASSERT(Heap::kArgumentsLengthIndex == 0);
const int kLengthOffset = JSObject::kHeaderSize +
Heap::kArgumentsLengthIndex * kPointerSize;
__ str(r2, FieldMemOperand(r0, kLengthOffset));
// Set up the elements pointer in the allocated arguments object.
// If we allocated a parameter map, r4 will point there, otherwise
// it will point to the backing store.
__ add(r4, r0, Operand(Heap::kArgumentsObjectSize));
__ str(r4, FieldMemOperand(r0, JSObject::kElementsOffset));
// r0 = address of new object (tagged)
// r1 = mapped parameter count (tagged)
// r2 = argument count (tagged)
// r4 = address of parameter map or backing store (tagged)
// Initialize parameter map. If there are no mapped arguments, we're done.
Label skip_parameter_map;
__ cmp(r1, Operand(Smi::FromInt(0)));
// Move backing store address to r3, because it is
// expected there when filling in the unmapped arguments.
__ mov(r3, r4, LeaveCC, eq);
__ b(eq, &skip_parameter_map);
__ LoadRoot(r6, Heap::kNonStrictArgumentsElementsMapRootIndex);
__ str(r6, FieldMemOperand(r4, FixedArray::kMapOffset));
__ add(r6, r1, Operand(Smi::FromInt(2)));
__ str(r6, FieldMemOperand(r4, FixedArray::kLengthOffset));
__ str(cp, FieldMemOperand(r4, FixedArray::kHeaderSize + 0 * kPointerSize));
__ add(r6, r4, Operand(r1, LSL, 1));
__ add(r6, r6, Operand(kParameterMapHeaderSize));
__ str(r6, FieldMemOperand(r4, FixedArray::kHeaderSize + 1 * kPointerSize));
// Copy the parameter slots and the holes in the arguments.
// We need to fill in mapped_parameter_count slots. They index the context,
// where parameters are stored in reverse order, at
// MIN_CONTEXT_SLOTS .. MIN_CONTEXT_SLOTS+parameter_count-1
// The mapped parameter thus need to get indices
// MIN_CONTEXT_SLOTS+parameter_count-1 ..
// MIN_CONTEXT_SLOTS+parameter_count-mapped_parameter_count
// We loop from right to left.
Label parameters_loop, parameters_test;
__ mov(r6, r1);
__ ldr(r9, MemOperand(sp, 0 * kPointerSize));
__ add(r9, r9, Operand(Smi::FromInt(Context::MIN_CONTEXT_SLOTS)));
__ sub(r9, r9, Operand(r1));
__ LoadRoot(r5, Heap::kTheHoleValueRootIndex);
__ add(r3, r4, Operand(r6, LSL, 1));
__ add(r3, r3, Operand(kParameterMapHeaderSize));
// r6 = loop variable (tagged)
// r1 = mapping index (tagged)
// r3 = address of backing store (tagged)
// r4 = address of parameter map (tagged), which is also the address of new
// object + Heap::kArgumentsObjectSize (tagged)
// r0 = temporary scratch (a.o., for address calculation)
// r5 = the hole value
__ jmp(&parameters_test);