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# Copyright (C) 2004-2021 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is part of the GNU Binutils.
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# This scripts tests of all available SH architectures with all other SH
# architectures. It ensures that those combinations which should not work
# do not work, and that those that should work produce the correct output
# architecture.
#
# It looks for files in the same directory as this file named sh*.s .
# Each file must contain one or more instructions which uniquely identifies
# that architecture. The architecture name is inferred from the file name.
# It is best to use the same files used by the assembler testsuite.
#
# It also creates another architecture named 'sh-unknown' by modifying
# another arch type (there is no way to assemble such an arch) in order
# to test what the linker would do with an older object file.
#
# The script generates the architecture permutations automatically,
# but it reads the expected results from the file arch_expected.txt (also
# found in the same directory as this script).
#
# The arch_expected.txt file should NOT be hand edited. Whenever the script
# is run (e.g. with 'make check') it creates a new (usually identical) file
# named arch_results.txt in the <objdir>/ld/testsuite directory. When the
# expected results change (or new architectures are added) this new file
# can be used to replace arch_expected.txt with no modification required.
# The procedure extracts the architecture name from the objdump output.
# If there is no architecture name (or objdump output changes significantly)
# then the behaviour is undefined, but it will most likely return junk.
proc get_sh_arch { ofile } {
global OBJDUMP
set cmd "$OBJDUMP -f $ofile"
verbose -log $cmd
catch "exec $cmd" objdump_output
verbose -log $objdump_output
set objdump_output [string replace $objdump_output 0 \
[expr [string first "architecture:" $objdump_output] + 13] ""]
return [string range $objdump_output 0 [expr [string first "," $objdump_output] - 1]]
}
# This procedure runs two tests:
# Test 1: Check the linker can link the given files.
# Test 2: Check that the resultant architecture is as expected.
# It also writes an entry to the arch_results.txt file.
proc test_arch { file1 file2 arch resultfile } {
global LD
set name1 [file tail $file1]
set rootname1 [file rootname $name1]
set name2 [file tail $file2]
set rootname2 [file rootname $name2]
set flags [big_or_little_endian]
# This must use -r to prevent LD trying to relocate the (unrealistic) file
send_log "$LD $flags -r -o ${rootname1}_${rootname2}.o $file1 $file2\n"
catch "exec $LD $flags -r -o ${rootname1}_${rootname2}.o $file1 $file2" ld_output
send_log $ld_output
if {[string equal $ld_output ""] == 1} then {
pass "$rootname1 file should link with $rootname2 file"
set result [get_sh_arch "${rootname1}_${rootname2}.o"]
puts $resultfile [format "%-20s %-20s %s" $file1 $file2 $result]
if {$result == $arch} then {
pass "$rootname1 file with $rootname2 file should link to arch $arch"
file delete "${rootname1}_${rootname2}.o"
} else {
fail "$rootname1 file with $rootname2 file should link to arch $arch"
}
} else {
fail "$rootname1 file should link with $rootname2 file"
puts $resultfile [format "%-20s %-20s ERROR" $file1 $file2]
untested "$rootname2 file with $rootname2 file should link to arch $arch"
}
}
# This procedure tests that a pair of files that are not
# supposed to link does, in fact, not link.
# It also writes an entry to the arch_results.txt file.
proc test_arch_error { file1 file2 resultfile} {
global link_output LD
set name1 [file tail $file1]
set rootname1 [file rootname $name1]
set name2 [file tail $file2]
set rootname2 [file rootname $name2]
# This must use -r to prevent LD trying to relocate the (unrealistic) file
send_log "$LD -r -o ${rootname1}_${rootname2}.o $file1 $file2\n"
catch "exec $LD -r -o ${rootname1}_${rootname2}.o $file1 $file2" ld_output
send_log $ld_output
if {[string equal $ld_output ""] == 1} then {
fail "$rootname1 file should NOT link with $rootname2 file"
puts $resultfile [format "%-20s %-20s [get_sh_arch ${rootname1}_${rootname2}.o]" $file1 $file2]
} else {
pass "$rootname1 file should NOT link with $rootname2 file"
puts $resultfile [format "%-20s %-20s ERROR" $file1 $file2]
}
}
# These tests are not suitable for sh-coff because
# coff does not store the architecture information.
if [istarget sh*-*-elf] then {
global subdir srcdir
global AS
# Find all the architectures and assemble all the files
# we will use for the linker tests.
set sfilelist [lsort -ascii [glob "$srcdir/$subdir/sh*.s"]]
set ofilelist {}
foreach sfile $sfilelist {
set ofile "[file rootname [file tail $sfile]].o"
lappend ofilelist $ofile
set endian "-big"
if [string equal [big_or_little_endian] " -EL"] then {
set endian "-little"
}
set cmd "$AS $endian -isa=any $sfile -o $ofile"
verbose -log $cmd
catch "exec $cmd" as_output
if ![file exists $ofile] then {
verbose -log $as_output
perror "$sfile: assembly failed"
}
}
# Create the default arch ofile
# This cannot be created with the assembler
# sh4al-dsp is number 6, sh-unknown is 0
lappend ofilelist "sh-unknown.o"
if [string equal [big_or_little_endian] " -EL"] then {
set cmd {xxd sh4al-dsp.o | sed {s/\(^0000020: .... .... \)06/\100/} | xxd -r - sh-unknown.o}
} else {
set cmd {xxd sh4al-dsp.o | sed {s/\(^0000020: .... .... .... ..\)06/\100/} | xxd -r - sh-unknown.o}
}
verbose -log $cmd
catch "exec $cmd" xxd_output
verbose -log $xxd_output
if [string equal [get_sh_arch "sh-unknown.o"] "sh4al-dsp"] then {
perror "sh-unknown.o not generated correctly"
}
# Initialise the results file
set outfile [open "arch_results.txt" w 0666]
puts $outfile "# Generated file. DO NOT EDIT"
puts $outfile "#"
puts $outfile "# This file is generated by ld/testsuite/ld-sh/arch/arch.exp ."
puts $outfile "# It contains the expected results of the tests."
puts $outfile "# If the tests are failing because the expected results"
puts $outfile "# have changed then run 'make check' and copy the new file"
puts $outfile "# from <objdir>/ld/arch_results.txt"
puts $outfile "# to <srcdir>/ld/testsuite/ld-sh/arch/arch_expected.txt ."
puts $outfile "# Make sure the new expected results are ALL correct."
puts $outfile "#"
puts $outfile [format "# %-18s %-20s %s" "FILE1" "FILE2" "OUTPUT"]
puts $outfile [format "# %-18s %-20s %s" "-----" "-----" "------"]
# Open the expected results file and skip the header
set infile [open "$srcdir/$subdir/arch_expected.txt" r]
while {[gets $infile line] >= 0 && [string match {\#*} $line]} {verbose -log "reading '$line'"}
foreach file1 $ofilelist {
foreach file2 $ofilelist {
set name1 [file tail $file1]
set rootname1 [file rootname $name1]
set name2 [file tail $file2]
set rootname2 [file rootname $name2]
# Decode the expected result from the file
scan $line "%s %s %s" exfile1 exfile2 exarch
verbose -log "exfile1 = '$exfile1', exfile2 = '$exfile2', exarch = '$exarch'"
verbose -log " name1 = '$name1', name2 = '$name2'"
if {[string equal $exfile1 $name1] && [string equal $exfile2 $file2]} then {
# The expected result file makes sense and
# appears up-to-date (the file and options match)
if {[string equal $exarch "ERROR"]} then {
test_arch_error $file1 $file2 $outfile
} else {
test_arch $file1 $file2 $exarch $outfile
}
} else {
# The expected result file isn't right somehow
# so just try any old test. This will cause
# many failures, but will genrate the results file.
test_arch $file1 $file2 $rootname1 $outfile
}
# Read the next line from the expected result file.
# This is at the end because the process of skipping
# the header reads the first real line
if [gets $infile line] then {
verbose -log "reading '$line'"
}
}
}
close $infile
close $outfile
foreach file $ofilelist {
file delete $file
}
}