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hppa.h

/*
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#include "../atomic_load_store.h"

/* Some architecture set descriptions include special "ordered" memory  */
/* operations.  As far as we can tell, no existing processors actually  */
/* require those.  Nor does it appear likely that future processors     */
/* will.                                              */
#include "../ordered.h"

#include <machine/inline.h>

/* GCC will not guarantee the alignment we need, use four lock words    */
/* and select the correctly aligned datum. See the glibc 2.3.2          */
/* linuxthread port for the original implementation.              */
struct AO_pa_clearable_loc {
  int data[4];
};

#undef AO_TS_t
#undef AO_TS_INITIALIZER
#define AO_TS_t struct AO_pa_clearable_loc
#define AO_TS_INITIALIZER {1,1,1,1}
/* Switch meaning of set and clear, since we only have an atomic clear  */
/* instruction.                                             */
#undef AO_TS_VAL_t
#undef AO_TS_CLEAR
#undef AO_TS_SET
typedef enum {AO_PA_TS_set = 0, AO_PA_TS_clear = 1} AO_PA_TS_val;
#define AO_TS_VAL_t AO_PA_TS_val
#define AO_TS_CLEAR AO_PA_TS_clear
#define AO_TS_SET AO_PA_TS_set

/* The hppa only has one atomic read and modify memory operation, */
/* load and clear, so hppa spinlocks must use zero to signify that      */
/* someone is holding the lock.  The address used for the ldcw          */
/* semaphore must be 16-byte aligned.                             */

#define __ldcw(a, ret)  \
  _LDCWX(0 /* index */, 0 /* s */, a /* base */, ret);

/* Because malloc only guarantees 8-byte alignment for malloc'd data,   */
/* and GCC only guarantees 8-byte alignment for stack locals, we can't  */
/* be assured of 16-byte alignment for atomic lock data even if we      */
/* specify "__attribute ((aligned(16)))" in the type declaration.  So,  */
/* we use a struct containing an array of four ints for the atomic lock */
/* type and dynamically select the 16-byte aligned int from the array   */
/* for the semaphore.                                       */
#define __PA_LDCW_ALIGNMENT 16

#define __ldcw_align(a, ret) { \
  ret = (unsigned long) a;                \
  ret += __PA_LDCW_ALIGNMENT - 1;                           \
  ret &= ~(__PA_LDCW_ALIGNMENT - 1);                              \
}

/* Works on PA 1.1 and PA 2.0 systems */
AO_INLINE AO_TS_VAL_t
AO_test_and_set_full(volatile AO_TS_t * addr)
{
  register unsigned int ret;
  register unsigned long a;
  __ldcw_align (addr, a);
  __ldcw (a, ret);
  return ret;
} 

AO_INLINE void
AO_pa_clear(volatile AO_TS_t * addr)
{
  unsigned long a;
  __ldcw_align (addr,a);
  AO_compiler_barrier();
  *(volatile unsigned int *)a = 1;
}
#undef AO_CLEAR
#define AO_CLEAR(addr) AO_pa_clear(addr)

#define AO_HAVE_test_and_set_full


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