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/* Example synacor simulator.
Copyright (C) 2005-2021 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Contributed by Mike Frysinger.
This file is part of simulators.
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
the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <>. */
/* This file contains the main glue logic between the sim core and the target
specific simulator. Normally this file will be kept small and the target
details will live in other files.
For more specific details on these functions, see the sim/sim.h header
file. */
/* This must come before any other includes. */
#include "defs.h"
#include "sim-main.h"
#include "sim-options.h"
/* This function is the main loop. It should process ticks and decode+execute
a single instruction.
Usually you do not need to change things here. */
sim_engine_run (SIM_DESC sd,
int next_cpu_nr, /* ignore */
int nr_cpus, /* ignore */
int siggnal) /* ignore */
SIM_CPU *cpu;
cpu = STATE_CPU (sd, 0);
while (1)
step_once (cpu);
if (sim_events_tick (sd))
sim_events_process (sd);
/* Initialize the simulator from scratch. This is called once per lifetime of
the simulation. Think of it as a processor reset.
Usually all cpu-specific setup is handled in the initialize_cpu callback.
If you want to do cpu-independent stuff, then it should go at the end (see
where memory is initialized). */
#define DEFAULT_MEM_SIZE (16 * 1024 * 1024)
static void
free_state (SIM_DESC sd)
sim_module_uninstall (sd);
sim_cpu_free_all (sd);
sim_state_free (sd);
sim_open (SIM_OPEN_KIND kind, host_callback *callback,
struct bfd *abfd, char * const *argv)
char c;
int i;
SIM_DESC sd = sim_state_alloc (kind, callback);
/* Set default options before parsing user options. */
current_alignment = STRICT_ALIGNMENT;
current_target_byte_order = BFD_ENDIAN_LITTLE;
/* The cpu data is kept in a separately allocated chunk of memory. */
if (sim_cpu_alloc_all (sd, 1) != SIM_RC_OK)
free_state (sd);
return 0;
if (sim_pre_argv_init (sd, argv[0]) != SIM_RC_OK)
free_state (sd);
return 0;
/* XXX: Default to the Virtual environment. */
/* The parser will print an error message for us, so we silently return. */
if (sim_parse_args (sd, argv) != SIM_RC_OK)
free_state (sd);
return 0;
/* Check for/establish the a reference program image. */
if (sim_analyze_program (sd,
: NULL), abfd) != SIM_RC_OK)
free_state (sd);
return 0;
/* Establish any remaining configuration options. */
if (sim_config (sd) != SIM_RC_OK)
free_state (sd);
return 0;
if (sim_post_argv_init (sd) != SIM_RC_OK)
free_state (sd);
return 0;
/* CPU specific initialization. */
for (i = 0; i < MAX_NR_PROCESSORS; ++i)
SIM_CPU *cpu = STATE_CPU (sd, i);
initialize_cpu (sd, cpu);
/* Allocate external memory if none specified by user.
Use address 4 here in case the user wanted address 0 unmapped. */
if (sim_core_read_buffer (sd, NULL, read_map, &c, 4, 1) == 0)
sim_do_commandf (sd, "memory-size %#x", DEFAULT_MEM_SIZE);
return sd;
/* Prepare to run a program that has already been loaded into memory.
Usually you do not need to change things here. */
sim_create_inferior (SIM_DESC sd, struct bfd *abfd,
char * const *argv, char * const *env)
SIM_CPU *cpu = STATE_CPU (sd, 0);
sim_cia addr;
/* Set the PC. */
if (abfd != NULL)
addr = bfd_get_start_address (abfd);
addr = 0;
sim_pc_set (cpu, addr);
/* Standalone mode (i.e. `run`) will take care of the argv for us in
sim_open() -> sim_parse_args(). But in debug mode (i.e. 'target sim'
with `gdb`), we need to handle it because the user can change the
argv on the fly via gdb's 'run'. */
if (STATE_PROG_ARGV (sd) != argv)
freeargv (STATE_PROG_ARGV (sd));
STATE_PROG_ARGV (sd) = dupargv (argv);
return SIM_RC_OK;