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2 *
3 * Module Name: asllisting - Listing file generation
4 *
5 *****************************************************************************/
6
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151
152#include "aslcompiler.h"
153#include "aslcompiler.y.h"
154#include "amlcode.h"
155#include "acparser.h"
156#include "acnamesp.h"
157
158
159#define _COMPONENT          ACPI_COMPILER
160        ACPI_MODULE_NAME    ("asllisting")
161
162
163/* Local prototypes */
164
165static void
166LsGenerateListing (
167    UINT32                  FileId);
168
169static ACPI_STATUS
170LsAmlListingWalk (
171    ACPI_PARSE_OBJECT       *Op,
172    UINT32                  Level,
173    void                    *Context);
174
175static ACPI_STATUS
176LsTreeWriteWalk (
177    ACPI_PARSE_OBJECT       *Op,
178    UINT32                  Level,
179    void                    *Context);
180
181static void
182LsWriteNodeToListing (
183    ACPI_PARSE_OBJECT       *Op,
184    UINT32                  FileId);
185
186static void
187LsFinishSourceListing (
188    UINT32                  FileId);
189
190
191/*******************************************************************************
192 *
193 * FUNCTION:    LsDoListings
194 *
195 * PARAMETERS:  None. Examines the various output file global flags.
196 *
197 * RETURN:      None
198 *
199 * DESCRIPTION: Generate all requested listing files.
200 *
201 ******************************************************************************/
202
203void
204LsDoListings (
205    void)
206{
207
208    if (Gbl_C_OutputFlag)
209    {
210        LsGenerateListing (ASL_FILE_C_SOURCE_OUTPUT);
211    }
212
213    if (Gbl_ListingFlag)
214    {
215        LsGenerateListing (ASL_FILE_LISTING_OUTPUT);
216    }
217
218    if (Gbl_AsmOutputFlag)
219    {
220        LsGenerateListing (ASL_FILE_ASM_SOURCE_OUTPUT);
221    }
222
223    if (Gbl_C_IncludeOutputFlag)
224    {
225        LsGenerateListing (ASL_FILE_C_INCLUDE_OUTPUT);
226    }
227
228    if (Gbl_AsmIncludeOutputFlag)
229    {
230        LsGenerateListing (ASL_FILE_ASM_INCLUDE_OUTPUT);
231    }
232
233    if (Gbl_C_OffsetTableFlag)
234    {
235        LsGenerateListing (ASL_FILE_C_OFFSET_OUTPUT);
236    }
237}
238
239
240/*******************************************************************************
241 *
242 * FUNCTION:    LsGenerateListing
243 *
244 * PARAMETERS:  FileId      - ID of listing file
245 *
246 * RETURN:      None
247 *
248 * DESCRIPTION: Generate a listing file. This can be one of the several types
249 *              of "listings" supported.
250 *
251 ******************************************************************************/
252
253static void
254LsGenerateListing (
255    UINT32                  FileId)
256{
257
258    /* Start at the beginning of both the source and AML files */
259
260    FlSeekFile (ASL_FILE_SOURCE_OUTPUT, 0);
261    FlSeekFile (ASL_FILE_AML_OUTPUT, 0);
262    Gbl_SourceLine = 0;
263    Gbl_CurrentHexColumn = 0;
264    LsPushNode (Gbl_Files[ASL_FILE_INPUT].Filename);
265
266    if (FileId == ASL_FILE_C_OFFSET_OUTPUT)
267    {
268        Gbl_CurrentAmlOffset = 0;
269
270        /* Offset table file has a special header and footer */
271
272        LsDoOffsetTableHeader (FileId);
273
274        TrWalkParseTree (Gbl_ParseTreeRoot, ASL_WALK_VISIT_DOWNWARD,
275            LsAmlOffsetWalk, NULL, (void *) ACPI_TO_POINTER (FileId));
276        LsDoOffsetTableFooter (FileId);
277        return;
278    }
279
280    /* Process all parse nodes */
281
282    TrWalkParseTree (Gbl_ParseTreeRoot, ASL_WALK_VISIT_DOWNWARD,
283        LsAmlListingWalk, NULL, (void *) ACPI_TO_POINTER (FileId));
284
285    /* Final processing */
286
287    LsFinishSourceListing (FileId);
288}
289
290
291/*******************************************************************************
292 *
293 * FUNCTION:    LsAmlListingWalk
294 *
295 * PARAMETERS:  ASL_WALK_CALLBACK
296 *
297 * RETURN:      Status
298 *
299 * DESCRIPTION: Process one node during a listing file generation.
300 *
301 ******************************************************************************/
302
303static ACPI_STATUS
304LsAmlListingWalk (
305    ACPI_PARSE_OBJECT       *Op,
306    UINT32                  Level,
307    void                    *Context)
308{
309    UINT8                   FileByte;
310    UINT32                  i;
311    UINT32                  FileId = (UINT32) ACPI_TO_INTEGER (Context);
312
313
314    LsWriteNodeToListing (Op, FileId);
315
316    if (Op->Asl.CompileFlags & OP_IS_RESOURCE_DATA)
317    {
318        /* Buffer is a resource template, don't dump the data all at once */
319
320        return (AE_OK);
321    }
322
323    if ((FileId == ASL_FILE_ASM_INCLUDE_OUTPUT) ||
324        (FileId == ASL_FILE_C_INCLUDE_OUTPUT))
325    {
326        return (AE_OK);
327    }
328
329    /* Write the hex bytes to the listing file(s) (if requested) */
330
331    for (i = 0; i < Op->Asl.FinalAmlLength; i++)
332    {
333        if (ACPI_FAILURE (FlReadFile (ASL_FILE_AML_OUTPUT, &FileByte, 1)))
334        {
335            FlFileError (ASL_FILE_AML_OUTPUT, ASL_MSG_READ);
336            AslAbort ();
337        }
338
339        LsWriteListingHexBytes (&FileByte, 1, FileId);
340    }
341
342    return (AE_OK);
343}
344
345
346/*******************************************************************************
347 *
348 * FUNCTION:    LsDumpParseTree, LsTreeWriteWalk
349 *
350 * PARAMETERS:  None
351 *
352 * RETURN:      None
353 *
354 * DESCRIPTION: Dump entire parse tree, for compiler debug only
355 *
356 ******************************************************************************/
357
358void
359LsDumpParseTree (
360    void)
361{
362
363    if (!Gbl_DebugFlag)
364    {
365        return;
366    }
367
368    DbgPrint (ASL_TREE_OUTPUT, "\nOriginal parse tree from parser:\n\n");
369    DbgPrint (ASL_TREE_OUTPUT, ASL_PARSE_TREE_HEADER1);
370
371    TrWalkParseTree (Gbl_ParseTreeRoot, ASL_WALK_VISIT_DOWNWARD,
372        LsTreeWriteWalk, NULL, NULL);
373
374    DbgPrint (ASL_TREE_OUTPUT, ASL_PARSE_TREE_HEADER1);
375}
376
377
378static ACPI_STATUS
379LsTreeWriteWalk (
380    ACPI_PARSE_OBJECT       *Op,
381    UINT32                  Level,
382    void                    *Context)
383{
384
385    /* Dump ParseOp name and possible value */
386
387    switch (Op->Asl.ParseOpcode)
388    {
389        case PARSEOP_NAMESEG:
390        case PARSEOP_NAMESTRING:
391        case PARSEOP_METHODCALL:
392        case PARSEOP_STRING_LITERAL:
393
394        UtDumpStringOp (Op, Level);
395        break;
396
397    case PARSEOP_BYTECONST:
398
399        UtDumpIntegerOp (Op, Level, 2);
400        break;
401
402    case PARSEOP_WORDCONST:
403    case PARSEOP_PACKAGE_LENGTH:
404
405        UtDumpIntegerOp (Op, Level, 4);
406        break;
407
408    case PARSEOP_DWORDCONST:
409    case PARSEOP_EISAID:
410
411        UtDumpIntegerOp (Op, Level, 8);
412        break;
413
414    case PARSEOP_QWORDCONST:
415    case PARSEOP_INTEGER:
416    case PARSEOP_ONE:
417    case PARSEOP_ZERO:
418    case PARSEOP_ONES:
419
420        UtDumpIntegerOp (Op, Level, 16);
421        break;
422
423    case PARSEOP_INCLUDE:
424
425        DbgPrint (ASL_TREE_OUTPUT,
426            "Open: %s\n", Op->Asl.Value.String);
427        return (AE_OK);
428
429    case PARSEOP_INCLUDE_END:
430
431        DbgPrint (ASL_TREE_OUTPUT,
432            "Close: %s\n", Op->Asl.Filename);
433        return (AE_OK);
434
435    default:
436
437        UtDumpBasicOp (Op, Level);
438        break;
439    }
440
441    /* Dump the remaining data */
442
443    DbgPrint (ASL_TREE_OUTPUT, ASL_PARSE_TREE_DEBUG1,
444        Op->Asl.ParseOpcode, Op->Asl.CompileFlags,
445        Op->Asl.LineNumber, Op->Asl.EndLine,
446        Op->Asl.LogicalLineNumber, Op->Asl.EndLogicalLine);
447
448    TrPrintOpFlags (Op->Asl.CompileFlags, ASL_TREE_OUTPUT);
449    DbgPrint (ASL_TREE_OUTPUT, "\n");
450    return (AE_OK);
451}
452
453
454/*******************************************************************************
455 *
456 * FUNCTION:    LsWriteNodeToListing
457 *
458 * PARAMETERS:  Op              - Parse node to write to the listing file.
459 *              FileId          - ID of current listing file
460 *
461 * RETURN:      None.
462 *
463 * DESCRIPTION: Write "a node" to the listing file. This means to
464 *              1) Write out all of the source text associated with the node
465 *              2) Write out all of the AML bytes associated with the node
466 *              3) Write any compiler exceptions associated with the node
467 *
468 ******************************************************************************/
469
470static void
471LsWriteNodeToListing (
472    ACPI_PARSE_OBJECT       *Op,
473    UINT32                  FileId)
474{
475    const ACPI_OPCODE_INFO  *OpInfo;
476    UINT32                  OpClass;
477    char                    *Pathname;
478    UINT32                  Length;
479    UINT32                  i;
480
481
482    OpInfo  = AcpiPsGetOpcodeInfo (Op->Asl.AmlOpcode);
483    OpClass = OpInfo->Class;
484
485    /* TBD: clean this up with a single flag that says:
486     * I start a named output block
487     */
488    if (FileId == ASL_FILE_C_SOURCE_OUTPUT)
489    {
490        switch (Op->Asl.ParseOpcode)
491        {
492        case PARSEOP_DEFINITION_BLOCK:
493        case PARSEOP_METHODCALL:
494        case PARSEOP_INCLUDE:
495        case PARSEOP_INCLUDE_END:
496        case PARSEOP_DEFAULT_ARG:
497
498            break;
499
500        default:
501
502            switch (OpClass)
503            {
504            case AML_CLASS_NAMED_OBJECT:
505
506                switch (Op->Asl.AmlOpcode)
507                {
508                case AML_SCOPE_OP:
509                case AML_ALIAS_OP:
510
511                    break;
512
513                default:
514
515                    if (Op->Asl.ExternalName)
516                    {
517                        LsFlushListingBuffer (FileId);
518                        FlPrintFile (FileId, "    };\n");
519                    }
520                    break;
521                }
522                break;
523
524            default:
525
526                /* Don't care about other objects */
527
528                break;
529            }
530            break;
531        }
532    }
533
534    /* These cases do not have a corresponding AML opcode */
535
536    switch (Op->Asl.ParseOpcode)
537    {
538    case PARSEOP_DEFINITION_BLOCK:
539
540        /* Always start a definition block at AML offset zero */
541
542        Gbl_CurrentAmlOffset = 0;
543        LsWriteSourceLines (Op->Asl.EndLine, Op->Asl.EndLogicalLine, FileId);
544
545        /* Use the table Signature and TableId to build a unique name */
546
547        switch (FileId)
548        {
549        case ASL_FILE_ASM_SOURCE_OUTPUT:
550
551            FlPrintFile (FileId,
552                "%s_%s_Header \\\n",
553                Gbl_TableSignature, Gbl_TableId);
554            break;
555
556        case ASL_FILE_C_SOURCE_OUTPUT:
557
558            FlPrintFile (FileId,
559                "    unsigned char    %s_%s_Header [] =\n    {\n",
560                Gbl_TableSignature, Gbl_TableId);
561            break;
562
563        case ASL_FILE_ASM_INCLUDE_OUTPUT:
564
565            FlPrintFile (FileId,
566                "extrn %s_%s_Header : byte\n",
567                Gbl_TableSignature, Gbl_TableId);
568            break;
569
570        case ASL_FILE_C_INCLUDE_OUTPUT:
571
572            FlPrintFile (FileId,
573                "extern unsigned char    %s_%s_Header [];\n",
574                Gbl_TableSignature, Gbl_TableId);
575            break;
576
577        default:
578            break;
579        }
580
581        return;
582
583
584    case PARSEOP_METHODCALL:
585
586        LsWriteSourceLines (Op->Asl.LineNumber, Op->Asl.LogicalLineNumber,
587            FileId);
588        return;
589
590
591    case PARSEOP_INCLUDE:
592
593        /* Flush everything up to and including the include source line */
594
595        LsWriteSourceLines (Op->Asl.LineNumber, Op->Asl.LogicalLineNumber,
596            FileId);
597
598        /* Create a new listing node and push it */
599
600        LsPushNode (Op->Asl.Value.String);
601        return;
602
603
604    case PARSEOP_INCLUDE_END:
605
606        /* Flush out the rest of the include file */
607
608        LsWriteSourceLines (Op->Asl.LineNumber, Op->Asl.LogicalLineNumber,
609            FileId);
610
611        /* Pop off this listing node and go back to the parent file */
612
613        (void) LsPopNode ();
614        return;
615
616
617    case PARSEOP_DEFAULT_ARG:
618
619        if (Op->Asl.CompileFlags & OP_IS_RESOURCE_DESC)
620        {
621            LsWriteSourceLines (Op->Asl.LineNumber, Op->Asl.EndLogicalLine,
622                FileId);
623        }
624        return;
625
626
627    default:
628
629        /* All other opcodes have an AML opcode */
630
631        break;
632    }
633
634    /*
635     * Otherwise, we look at the AML opcode because we can
636     * switch on the opcode type, getting an entire class
637     * at once
638     */
639    switch (OpClass)
640    {
641    case AML_CLASS_ARGUMENT:       /* argument type only */
642    case AML_CLASS_INTERNAL:
643
644        break;
645
646    case AML_CLASS_NAMED_OBJECT:
647
648        switch (Op->Asl.AmlOpcode)
649        {
650        case AML_FIELD_OP:
651        case AML_INDEX_FIELD_OP:
652        case AML_BANK_FIELD_OP:
653            /*
654             * For fields, we want to dump all the AML after the
655             * entire definition
656             */
657            LsWriteSourceLines (Op->Asl.EndLine, Op->Asl.EndLogicalLine,
658                FileId);
659            break;
660
661        case AML_NAME_OP:
662
663            if (Op->Asl.CompileFlags & OP_IS_RESOURCE_DESC)
664            {
665                LsWriteSourceLines (Op->Asl.LineNumber, Op->Asl.LogicalLineNumber,
666                    FileId);
667            }
668            else
669            {
670                /*
671                 * For fields, we want to dump all the AML after the
672                 * entire definition
673                 */
674                LsWriteSourceLines (Op->Asl.EndLine, Op->Asl.EndLogicalLine,
675                    FileId);
676            }
677            break;
678
679        default:
680
681            LsWriteSourceLines (Op->Asl.LineNumber, Op->Asl.LogicalLineNumber,
682                FileId);
683            break;
684        }
685
686        switch (Op->Asl.AmlOpcode)
687        {
688        case AML_SCOPE_OP:
689        case AML_ALIAS_OP:
690
691            /* These opcodes do not declare a new object, ignore them */
692
693            break;
694
695        default:
696
697            /* All other named object opcodes come here */
698
699            switch (FileId)
700            {
701            case ASL_FILE_ASM_SOURCE_OUTPUT:
702            case ASL_FILE_C_SOURCE_OUTPUT:
703            case ASL_FILE_ASM_INCLUDE_OUTPUT:
704            case ASL_FILE_C_INCLUDE_OUTPUT:
705                /*
706                 * For named objects, we will create a valid symbol so that the
707                 * AML code can be referenced from C or ASM
708                 */
709                if (Op->Asl.ExternalName)
710                {
711                    /* Get the full pathname associated with this node */
712
713                    Pathname = AcpiNsGetExternalPathname (Op->Asl.Node);
714                    Length = strlen (Pathname);
715                    if (Length >= 4)
716                    {
717                        /* Convert all dots in the path to underscores */
718
719                        for (i = 0; i < Length; i++)
720                        {
721                            if (Pathname[i] == '.')
722                            {
723                                Pathname[i] = '_';
724                            }
725                        }
726
727                        /* Create the appropriate symbol in the output file */
728
729                        switch (FileId)
730                        {
731                        case ASL_FILE_ASM_SOURCE_OUTPUT:
732
733                            FlPrintFile (FileId,
734                                "%s_%s_%s  \\\n",
735                                Gbl_TableSignature, Gbl_TableId, &Pathname[1]);
736                            break;
737
738                        case ASL_FILE_C_SOURCE_OUTPUT:
739
740                            FlPrintFile (FileId,
741                                "    unsigned char    %s_%s_%s [] =\n    {\n",
742                                Gbl_TableSignature, Gbl_TableId, &Pathname[1]);
743                            break;
744
745                        case ASL_FILE_ASM_INCLUDE_OUTPUT:
746
747                            FlPrintFile (FileId,
748                                "extrn %s_%s_%s : byte\n",
749                                Gbl_TableSignature, Gbl_TableId, &Pathname[1]);
750                            break;
751
752                        case ASL_FILE_C_INCLUDE_OUTPUT:
753
754                            FlPrintFile (FileId,
755                                "extern unsigned char    %s_%s_%s [];\n",
756                                Gbl_TableSignature, Gbl_TableId, &Pathname[1]);
757                            break;
758
759                        default:
760                            break;
761                        }
762                    }
763
764                    ACPI_FREE (Pathname);
765                }
766                break;
767
768            default:
769
770                /* Nothing to do for listing file */
771
772                break;
773            }
774        }
775        break;
776
777    case AML_CLASS_EXECUTE:
778    case AML_CLASS_CREATE:
779    default:
780
781        if ((Op->Asl.ParseOpcode == PARSEOP_BUFFER) &&
782            (Op->Asl.CompileFlags & OP_IS_RESOURCE_DESC))
783        {
784            return;
785        }
786
787        LsWriteSourceLines (Op->Asl.LineNumber, Op->Asl.LogicalLineNumber,
788            FileId);
789        break;
790
791    case AML_CLASS_UNKNOWN:
792
793        break;
794    }
795}
796
797
798/*******************************************************************************
799 *
800 * FUNCTION:    LsFinishSourceListing
801 *
802 * PARAMETERS:  FileId          - ID of current listing file.
803 *
804 * RETURN:      None
805 *
806 * DESCRIPTION: Cleanup routine for the listing file. Flush the hex AML
807 *              listing buffer, and flush out any remaining lines in the
808 *              source input file.
809 *
810 ******************************************************************************/
811
812static void
813LsFinishSourceListing (
814    UINT32                  FileId)
815{
816
817    if ((FileId == ASL_FILE_ASM_INCLUDE_OUTPUT) ||
818        (FileId == ASL_FILE_C_INCLUDE_OUTPUT))
819    {
820        return;
821    }
822
823    LsFlushListingBuffer (FileId);
824    Gbl_CurrentAmlOffset = 0;
825
826    /* Flush any remaining text in the source file */
827
828    if (FileId == ASL_FILE_C_SOURCE_OUTPUT)
829    {
830        FlPrintFile (FileId, "    /*\n");
831    }
832
833    while (LsWriteOneSourceLine (FileId))
834    { ; }
835
836    if (FileId == ASL_FILE_C_SOURCE_OUTPUT)
837    {
838        FlPrintFile (FileId, "\n     */\n    };\n");
839    }
840
841    FlPrintFile (FileId, "\n");
842
843    if (FileId == ASL_FILE_LISTING_OUTPUT)
844    {
845        /* Print a summary of the compile exceptions */
846
847        FlPrintFile (FileId, "\n\nSummary of errors and warnings\n\n");
848        AePrintErrorLog (FileId);
849        FlPrintFile (FileId, "\n");
850        UtDisplaySummary (FileId);
851        FlPrintFile (FileId, "\n");
852    }
853}
854