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/* This file is part of the program psim.
Copyright (C) 1994-1995, Andrew Cagney <>
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/* Creates the files semantics.[hc].
The generated file semantics contains functions that implement the
operations required to model a single target processor instruction.
Several different variations on the semantics file can be created:
o uncached
No instruction cache exists. The semantic function
needs to generate any required values locally.
o cached - separate cracker and semantic
Two independant functions are created. Firstly the
function that cracks an instruction entering it into a
cache and secondly the semantic function propper that
uses the cache.
o cached - semantic + cracking semantic
The function that cracks the instruction and enters
all values into the cache also contains a copy of the
semantic code (avoiding the need to call both the
cracker and the semantic function when there is a
cache miss).
For each of these general forms, several refinements can occure:
o do/don't duplicate/expand semantic functions
As a consequence of decoding an instruction, the
decoder, as part of its table may have effectivly made
certain of the variable fields in an instruction
constant. Separate functions for each of the
alternative values for what would have been treated as
a variable part can be created.
o use cache struct directly.
When a cracking cache is present, the semantic
functions can be generated to either hold intermediate
cache values in local variables or always refer to the
contents of the cache directly. */
extern insn_handler print_semantic_declaration;
extern insn_handler print_semantic_definition;
extern void print_idecode_illegal
(lf *file,
const char *result);
extern void print_semantic_body
(lf *file,
insn *instruction,
insn_bits *expanded_bits,
opcode_field *opcodes);