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; Subroutines for calling unbound dynamic functions from within GDB for HPPA.
; Subroutines for out of line prologues and epilogues on for the HPPA
; Copyright (C) 1994-2023 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
; This file is part of GCC.
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; <>.
#if !defined(__pro__) && !defined(__rtems__)
#if !defined(__pro__) && !defined(__rtems__)
; Simply call with the address of the desired import stub in %r22 and
; arguments in the normal place (%r26-%r23 and stack slots).
.align 4
; Our return address comes in %r31, not %r2!
stw %r31,-8(%r30)
; An inline version of dyncall so we don't have to worry
; about long calls to millicode, PIC and other complexities.
bb,>=,n %r22,30,L$foo
depi 0,31,2,%r22
ldw 0(%r22),%r21
ldw 4(%r22),%r19
ldsid (%r21),%r1
mtsp %r1,%sr0
ble 0(%sr0,%r21)
copy %r31,%r2
ldw -8(%r30),%r2
; We're going to be returning to a stack address, so we
; need to do an intra-space return.
ldsid (%rp),%r1
mtsp %r1,%sr0
be,n 0(%sr0,%rp)