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/* Main header for the m32r. */
#ifndef SIM_MAIN_H
#define SIM_MAIN_H
/* This is a global setting. Different cpu families can't mix-n-match -scache
and -pbb. However some cpu families may use -simple while others use
one of -scache/-pbb. */
#include "symcat.h"
#include "sim-basics.h"
#include "cgen-types.h"
#include "m32r-desc.h"
#include "m32r-opc.h"
#include "arch.h"
#include "sim-base.h"
#include "cgen-sim.h"
#include "m32r-sim.h"
#include "opcode/cgen.h"
/* The _sim_cpu struct. */
struct _sim_cpu {
/* sim/common cpu base. */
sim_cpu_base base;
/* Static parts of cgen. */
CGEN_CPU cgen_cpu;
M32R_MISC_PROFILE m32r_misc_profile;
#define CPU_M32R_MISC_PROFILE(cpu) (& (cpu)->m32r_misc_profile)
/* CPU specific parts go here.
Note that in files that don't need to access these pieces WANT_CPU_FOO
won't be defined and thus these parts won't appear. This is ok in the
sense that things work. It is a source of bugs though.
One has to of course be careful to not take the size of this
struct and no structure members accessed in non-cpu specific files can
go after here. Oh for a better language. */
#if defined (WANT_CPU_M32RBF)
M32RBF_CPU_DATA cpu_data;
#if defined (WANT_CPU_M32RXF)
M32RXF_CPU_DATA cpu_data;
#elif defined (WANT_CPU_M32R2F)
M32R2F_CPU_DATA cpu_data;
/* Misc. */
/* Catch address exceptions. */
extern SIM_CORE_SIGNAL_FN m32r_core_signal;
m32r_core_signal ((SD), (CPU), (CIA), (MAP), (NR_BYTES), (ADDR), \
#endif /* SIM_MAIN_H */