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1/* Definitions of types that are used to store AVR architecture and
2   device information.
3   Copyright (C) 2012-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
4   Contributed by Georg-Johann Lay (avr@gjlay.de)
5
6This file is part of GCC.
7
8GCC is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
9it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
10the Free Software Foundation; either version 3, or (at your option)
11any later version.
12
13GCC is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
14but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
15MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
16GNU General Public License for more details.
17   
18You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
19along with GCC; see the file COPYING3.  If not see
20<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.  */
21
22#ifndef AVR_ARCH_H
23#define AVR_ARCH_H
24
25#define AVR_MMCU_DEFAULT "avr2"
26
27/* This enum supplies indices into the avr_arch_types[] table below. */
28
29enum avr_arch_id
30{
31  ARCH_UNKNOWN,
32  ARCH_AVR1,
33  ARCH_AVR2,
34  ARCH_AVR25,
35  ARCH_AVR3,
36  ARCH_AVR31,
37  ARCH_AVR35,
38  ARCH_AVR4,
39  ARCH_AVR5,
40  ARCH_AVR51,
41  ARCH_AVR6,
42  ARCH_AVRTINY,
43  ARCH_AVRXMEGA2,
44  ARCH_AVRXMEGA4,
45  ARCH_AVRXMEGA5,
46  ARCH_AVRXMEGA6,
47  ARCH_AVRXMEGA7
48};
49
50
51/* Architecture-specific properties.  */
52
53typedef struct
54{
55  /* Assembler only.  */
56  int asm_only;
57
58  /* Core have 'MUL*' instructions.  */
59  int have_mul;
60
61  /* Core have 'CALL' and 'JMP' instructions.  */
62  int have_jmp_call;
63
64  /* Core have 'MOVW' and 'LPM Rx,Z' instructions.  */
65  int have_movw_lpmx;
66
67  /* Core have 'ELPM' instructions.  */
68  int have_elpm;
69
70  /* Core have 'ELPM Rx,Z' instructions.  */
71  int have_elpmx;
72
73  /* Core have 'EICALL' and 'EIJMP' instructions.  */
74  int have_eijmp_eicall;
75
76  /* This is an XMEGA core.  */
77  int xmega_p;
78
79  /* This core has the RAMPD special function register
80     and thus also the RAMPX, RAMPY and RAMPZ registers.  */
81  int have_rampd;
82
83  /* This is a TINY core. */
84  int tiny_p;
85
86  /* Default start of data section address for architecture.  */
87  int default_data_section_start;
88
89  /* Offset between SFR address and RAM address:
90     SFR-address = RAM-address - sfr_offset  */
91  int sfr_offset;
92
93  /* Architecture id to built-in define __AVR_ARCH__ (NULL -> no macro) */
94  const char *const macro;
95
96  /* Architecture name.  */
97  const char *const name;
98} avr_arch_t;
99
100
101/* Device-specific properties.  */
102
103typedef struct
104{
105  /* Device name.  */
106  const char *const name;
107
108  /* Index in avr_arch_types[].  */
109  enum avr_arch_id arch_id;
110
111  /* device specific feature */
112  int dev_attribute;
113
114  /* Must lie outside user's namespace.  NULL == no macro.  */
115  const char *const macro;
116
117  /* Start of data section.  */
118  int data_section_start;
119
120  /* Start of text section. */
121  int text_section_start;
122
123  /* Number of 64k segments in the flash.  */
124  int n_flash;
125
126  /* Non bit addressable registers mask.  */
127  unsigned int non_bit_addressable_registers_mask;
128} avr_mcu_t;
129
130/* AVR device specific features.
131
132AVR_ISA_RMW
133  Only few avr devices have Read-Modify-Write (RMW) instructions
134  (XCH, LAC, LAS and LAT)
135
136AVR_SHORT_SP
137  Stack Pointer has only 8 bit width.
138  The device / multilib has an 8-bit stack pointer (no SPH).
139
140AVR_ERRATA_SKIP
141  Some AVR devices have a core erratum when skipping a 2-word instruction.
142  Skip instructions are:  SBRC, SBRS, SBIC, SBIS, CPSE.
143  Problems will occur with return address is IRQ executes during the
144  skip sequence.
145
146  A support ticket from Atmel returned the following information:
147
148     Subject: (ATTicket:644469) On AVR skip-bug core Erratum
149     From: avr@atmel.com                    Date: 2011-07-27
150     (Please keep the subject when replying to this mail)
151
152     This errata exists only in AT90S8515 and ATmega103 devices.
153
154     For information please refer the following respective errata links
155       http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc2494.pdf
156       http://www.atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_documents/doc1436.pdf  */
157
158enum avr_device_specific_features
159{
160  AVR_ISA_NONE,
161  AVR_ISA_RMW     = 0x1, /* device has RMW instructions. */
162  AVR_SHORT_SP    = 0x2, /* Stack Pointer has 8 bits width. */
163  AVR_ERRATA_SKIP = 0x4  /* device has a core erratum. */
164};
165
166/* Map architecture to its texinfo string.  */
167
168typedef struct
169{
170  /* Architecture ID.  */
171  enum avr_arch_id arch_id;
172
173  /* textinfo source to describe the archtiecture.  */
174  const char *texinfo;
175} avr_arch_info_t;
176
177/* Preprocessor macros to define depending on MCU type.  */
178
179extern const avr_arch_t avr_arch_types[];
180extern const avr_arch_t *avr_arch;
181
182extern const avr_mcu_t avr_mcu_types[];
183
184extern void avr_inform_devices (void);
185extern void avr_inform_core_architectures (void);
186
187#endif /* AVR_ARCH_H */
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