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/* This test is part of GDB, the GNU debugger.
Copyright 2018-2021 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
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This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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#include <stdint.h>
int __attribute__ ((nomips16))
main (void)
/* We need to use a complex type to avoid hitting GCC's limit of
the number of `asm' operands:
mips-fpregset-core.f: In function 'main':
mips-fpregset-core.f:66:3: error: more than 30 operands in 'asm'
asm (
and still have complete 32 FGR coverage with FP64 ABIs. Using
a complex type breaks o32 GCC though, so use plain `double' with
FP32. */
#if _MIPS_FPSET == 32
typedef double _Complex float_t;
typedef double float_t;
uint64_t i[32];
float_t f[256 / sizeof (float_t)];
u =
{ .i =
0x0112233445566778, 0x899aabbccddeeff0,
0x0213243546576879, 0x8a9bacbdcedfe0f1,
0x031425364758697a, 0x8b9cadbecfd0e1f2,
0x0415263748596a7b, 0x8c9daebfc0d1e2f3,
0x05162738495a6b7c, 0x8d9eafb0c1d2e3f4,
0x061728394a5b6c7d, 0x8e9fa0b1c2d3e4f5,
0x0718293a4b5c6d7e, 0x8f90a1b2c3d4e5f6,
0x08192a3b4c5d6e7f, 0x8091a2b3c4d5e6f7,
0x091a2b3c4d5e6f70, 0x8192a3b4c5d6e7f8,
0x0a1b2c3d4e5f6071, 0x8293a4b5c6d7e8f9,
0x0b1c2d3e4f506172, 0x8394a5b6c7d8e9fa,
0x0c1d2e3f40516273, 0x8495a6b7c8d9eafb,
0x0d1e2f3041526374, 0x8596a7b8c9daebfc,
0x0e1f203142536475, 0x8697a8b9cadbecfd,
0x0f10213243546576, 0x8798a9bacbdcedfe,
0x0011223344556677, 0x8899aabbccddeeff
asm (
: [f0] "f" (u.f[0]), [f2] "f" (u.f[1]),
[f4] "f" (u.f[2]), [f6] "f" (u.f[3]),
[f8] "f" (u.f[4]), [f10] "f" (u.f[5]),
[f12] "f" (u.f[6]), [f14] "f" (u.f[7]),
[f16] "f" (u.f[8]), [f18] "f" (u.f[9]),
[f20] "f" (u.f[10]), [f22] "f" (u.f[11]),
[f24] "f" (u.f[12]), [f26] "f" (u.f[13]),
[f28] "f" (u.f[14]), [f30] "f" (u.f[15]));
return 0;