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/* This file is part of the program psim.
Copyright 1994, 1995, 1996, 2003 Andrew Cagney
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#ifndef _HW_REGISTER_C_
#define _HW_REGISTER_C_
#include "device_table.h"
#include <stdlib.h>
#include "psim.h"
register - dummy device to initialize processor registers
The properties of this device are used, during initialization, to
specify the initial value of various processor registers. The
property name specifying the register to be initialized with the
special form <cpu-nr>.<register> being used to initialize a
specific processor's register (eg 0.pc).
Because, when the device tree is created, overriding properties are
entered into the tree before any default values, this device must
initialize registers in newest (default) to oldest (overriding)
property order.
The actual registers (for a given target) are defined in the file
This device is normally a child of the /openprom/init node.
Given a device tree containing the entry:
| /openprom/init/register/pc 0xfff00cf0
then specifying the command line option:
| -o '/openprom/init/register/pc 0x0'
would override the initial value of processor zero's program
counter. The resultant device tree tree containing:
| /openprom/init/register/0.pc 0x0
| /openprom/init/register/pc 0xfff00cf0
and would be processed last to first resulting in the sequence: set
all program counters to 0xfff00cf0; set processor zero's program
counter to zero.
static void
do_register_init(device *me,
const device_property *prop)
psim *system = device_system(me);
if (prop != NULL) {
const char *name = prop->name;
unsigned32 value = device_find_integer_property(me, name);
int processor;
do_register_init(me, device_next_property(prop));
if (strchr(name, '.') == NULL) {
processor = -1;
DTRACE(register, ("%s=0x%lx\n", name, (unsigned long)value));
else {
char *end;
processor = strtoul(name, &end, 0);
ASSERT(end[0] == '.');
name = end+1;
DTRACE(register, ("%d.%s=0x%lx\n", processor, name,
(unsigned long)value));
if (psim_write_register(system, processor, /* all processors */
cooked_transfer) <= 0)
error("Invalid register name %s\n", name);
static void
register_init_data_callback(device *me)
const device_property *prop = device_find_property(me, NULL);
do_register_init(me, prop);
static device_callbacks const register_callbacks = {
{ NULL, register_init_data_callback, },
{ NULL, }, /* address */
{ NULL, }, /* IO */
{ NULL, }, /* DMA */
{ NULL, }, /* interrupt */
{ NULL, }, /* unit */
const device_descriptor hw_register_device_descriptor[] = {
{ "register", NULL, &register_callbacks },
{ NULL },
#endif /* _HW_REGISTER_C_ */