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cris.h

/*
 * Copyright (c) 2004 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
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 *
 * Most of this code originally comes from Hans-Peter Nilsson.  It is included
 * here with his permission.
 *
 * This version has not been tested.  It was coped here from a GC
 * patch so that we wouldn't lose the code in the upgrade to gc7.
 */ 

#include "../all_atomic_load_store.h"

#include "../ordered.h"  /* There are no multiprocessor implementations. */

#include "../test_and_set_t_is_ao_t.h"

/*
 * The architecture apparently supports an "f" flag which is
 * set on preemption.  This essentially gives us load-locked,
 * store-conditional primitives, though I'm not quite sure how
 * this would work on a hypothetical multiprocessor.  -HB
 *
 * For details, see
 * http://developer.axis.com/doc/hardware/etrax100lx/prog_man/
 *      1_architectural_description.pdf
 *
 * Presumably many other primitives (notably CAS, including the double-
 * width versions) could be implemented in this manner, if someone got
 * around to it.
 */

AO_INLINE AO_TS_VAL_t
AO_test_and_set_full(volatile AO_TS_t *addr) {
    /* Ripped from linuxthreads/sysdeps/cris/pt-machine.h */
    register unsigned long int ret;

    /* Note the use of a dummy output of *addr to expose the write.  The
       memory barrier is to stop *other* writes being moved past this code.  */
      __asm__ __volatile__("clearf\n"
                     "0:\n\t"
                           "movu.b [%2],%0\n\t"
                           "ax\n\t"
                           "move.b %3,[%2]\n\t"
                           "bwf 0b\n\t"
                           "clearf"
                           : "=&r" (ret), "=m" (*addr)
                           : "r" (addr), "r" ((int) 1), "m" (*addr)
                           : "memory");
    return ret;
}

#define AO_HAVE_test_and_set_full


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