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/* This file is tc-msp430.h
Copyright (C) 2002-2021 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Contributed by Dmitry Diky <>
This file is part of GAS, the GNU Assembler.
GAS is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 3, or (at your option)
any later version.
GAS is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with GAS; see the file COPYING. If not, write to the Free
Software Foundation, 51 Franklin Street - Fifth Floor, Boston, MA
02110-1301, USA. */
#define TC_MSP430
/* By convention, you should define this macro in the `.h' file. For
example, `tc-m68k.h' defines `TC_M68K'. You might have to use this
if it is necessary to add CPU specific code to the object format
file. */
#define TARGET_FORMAT "elf32-msp430"
/* This macro is the BFD target name to use when creating the output
file. This will normally depend upon the `OBJ_FMT' macro. */
#define TARGET_ARCH bfd_arch_msp430
/* This macro is the BFD architecture to pass to `bfd_set_arch_mach'. */
#define TARGET_MACH 0
/* This macro is the BFD machine number to pass to
`bfd_set_arch_mach'. If it is not defined, GAS will use 0. */
/* You should define this macro to be non-zero if the target is big
endian, and zero if the target is little endian. */
/* If you define this macro, GAS will warn about the use of
nonstandard escape sequences in a string. */
#define md_operand(x)
/* GAS will call this function for any expression that can not be
recognized. When the function is called, `input_line_pointer'
will point to the start of the expression. */
#define md_number_to_chars number_to_chars_littleendian
/* This should just call either `number_to_chars_bigendian' or
`number_to_chars_littleendian', whichever is appropriate. On
targets like the MIPS which support options to change the
endianness, which function to call is a runtime decision. On
other targets, `md_number_to_chars' can be a simple macro. */
If `WORKING_DOT_WORD' is defined, GAS will not do broken word
processing (*note Broken words::.). Otherwise, you should set
`md_short_jump_size' to the size of a short jump (a jump that is
just long enough to jump around a long jmp) and
`md_long_jump_size' to the size of a long jump (a jump that can go
anywhere in the function), You should define
`md_create_short_jump' to create a short jump around a long jump,
and define `md_create_long_jump' to create a long jump. */
#define MD_APPLY_FIX3
/* Values passed to md_apply_fix don't include symbol values. */
/* If you define this macro, it means that `tc_gen_reloc' may return
multiple relocation entries for a single fixup. In this case, the
return value of `tc_gen_reloc' is a pointer to a null terminated
array. */
#define MD_PCREL_FROM_SECTION(FIXP, SEC) md_pcrel_from_section(FIXP, SEC)
/* If you define this macro, it should return the offset between the
address of a PC relative fixup and the position from which the PC
relative adjustment should be made. On many processors, the base
of a PC relative instruction is the next instruction, so this
macro would return the length of an instruction. */
/* The number of bytes to put into a word in a listing. This affects
the way the bytes are clumped together in the listing. For
example, a value of 2 might print `1234 5678' where a value of 1
would print `12 34 56 78'. The default value is 4. */
/* Support symbols like: C$$IO$$. */
#define LEX_DOLLAR 1
/* An `.lcomm' directive with no explicit alignment parameter will
use this macro to set P2VAR to the alignment that a request for
SIZE bytes will have. The alignment is expressed as a power of
two. If no alignment should take place, the macro definition
should do nothing. Some targets define a `.bss' directive that is
also affected by this macro. The default definition will set
P2VAR to the truncated power of two of sizes up to eight bytes. */
#define md_relax_frag(SEG, FRAGP, STRETCH) \
msp430_relax_frag (SEG, FRAGP, STRETCH)
extern long msp430_relax_frag (segT, fragS *, long);
|| msp430_force_relocation_local (FIX))
extern int msp430_force_relocation_local (struct fix *);
/* We need to add reference symbols for .data/.bss. */
#define tc_frob_section(sec) msp430_frob_section (sec)
extern void msp430_frob_section (asection *);
extern int msp430_enable_relax;
extern int msp430_enable_polys;
#define tc_fix_adjustable(FIX) msp430_fix_adjustable (FIX)
extern bool msp430_fix_adjustable (struct fix *);
/* Allow hexadecimal numbers with 'h' suffix. Note that if the number
starts with a letter it will be interpreted as a symbol name not a
constant. Thus "beach" is a symbol not the hex value 0xbeac. So
is A5A5h... */
#define md_end msp430_md_end
extern void msp430_md_end (void);
/* Do not allow call frame debug info optimization as otherwise we could
generate the DWARF directives without the relocs necessary to patch
them up. */
#define md_allow_eh_opt 0
/* The difference between same-section symbols may be affected by linker
relaxation, so do not resolve such expressions in the assembler. */
#define md_allow_local_subtract(l,r,s) msp430_allow_local_subtract (l, r, s)
extern bool msp430_allow_local_subtract (expressionS *, expressionS *, segT);
#define DIFF_EXPR_OK
/* Do not adjust relocations involving symbols in code sections,
because it breaks linker relaxations. This could be fixed in the
linker, but this fix is simpler, and it pretty much only affects
object size a little bit. */
|| ((SEC)->flags & SEC_CODE) != 0 \
|| ((SEC)->flags & SEC_DEBUGGING) != 0 \
/* We validate subtract arguments within tc_gen_reloc(),
so don't report errors at this point. */
#define TC_LINKRELAX_FIXUP(seg) ((seg->flags & SEC_CODE) || (seg->flags & SEC_DEBUGGING))
#define DWARF2_ADDR_SIZE(bfd) 4