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* reliantunix.h
* 5/18/96 Taken from nec.h --
* 3/14/97 Modified for nspr20 --
#ifndef nspr_reliantunix_defs_h___
#define nspr_reliantunix_defs_h___
* Internal configuration macros
#define PR_LINKER_ARCH "sinix"
#define _PR_SI_ARCHITECTURE "mips"
#define PR_DLL_SUFFIX ".so"
#define _PR_VMBASE 0x30000000
#define _PR_STACK_VMBASE 0x50000000
#define _MD_DEFAULT_STACK_SIZE (2*65536L)
#define HAVE_DLL
#define USE_DLFCN
#define NEED_TIME_R
#define _PR_RECV_BROKEN /* recv doesn't work on Unix Domain Sockets */
#define _PR_USE_POLL
* Mike Patnode indicated that it is possibly safe now to use context-switching
* calls that do not change the signal mask, like setjmp vs. sigsetjmp.
* So we'll use our homegrown, getcontext/setcontext-compatible stuff which
* will save us the getcontext/setcontext system calls at each context switch.
* It already works in FastTrack 2.01, so it should do it here :-)
* - chrisk 040497
#define USE_SETCXT /* temporarily disabled... */
#include <ucontext.h>
/* use non-syscall machine language replacement */
#define _GETCONTEXT getcxt
#define _SETCONTEXT setcxt
/* defined in os_ReliantUNIX.s */
extern int getcxt(ucontext_t *);
extern int setcxt(ucontext_t *);
#define _GETCONTEXT getcontext
#define _SETCONTEXT setcontext
#define _MD_GET_SP(_t) (_t)->md.context.uc_mcontext.gpregs[CXT_SP]
#define _PR_CONTEXT_TYPE ucontext_t
#define CONTEXT(_thread) (&(_thread)->md.context)
** Machine-dependent (MD) data structures.
struct _MDThread {
int id;
int errcode;
struct _MDThreadStack {
PRInt8 notused;
struct _MDLock {
PRInt8 notused;
struct _MDSemaphore {
PRInt8 notused;
struct _MDCVar {
PRInt8 notused;
struct _MDSegment {
PRInt8 notused;
* md-specific cpu structure field
struct _MDCPU_Unix {
PRCList ioQ;
PRUint32 ioq_timeout;
PRInt32 ioq_max_osfd;
PRInt32 ioq_osfd_cnt;
#ifndef _PR_USE_POLL
fd_set fd_read_set, fd_write_set, fd_exception_set;
PRInt16 fd_read_cnt[_PR_MD_MAX_OSFD],fd_write_cnt[_PR_MD_MAX_OSFD],
struct pollfd *ioq_pollfds;
int ioq_pollfds_size;
#endif /* _PR_USE_POLL */
#define _PR_IOQ(_cpu) ((_cpu)->md.md_unix.ioQ)
#define _PR_ADD_TO_IOQ(_pq, _cpu) PR_APPEND_LINK(&_pq.links, &_PR_IOQ(_cpu))
#define _PR_FD_READ_SET(_cpu) ((_cpu)->md.md_unix.fd_read_set)
#define _PR_FD_READ_CNT(_cpu) ((_cpu)->md.md_unix.fd_read_cnt)
#define _PR_FD_WRITE_SET(_cpu) ((_cpu)->md.md_unix.fd_write_set)
#define _PR_FD_WRITE_CNT(_cpu) ((_cpu)->md.md_unix.fd_write_cnt)
#define _PR_FD_EXCEPTION_SET(_cpu) ((_cpu)->md.md_unix.fd_exception_set)
#define _PR_FD_EXCEPTION_CNT(_cpu) ((_cpu)->md.md_unix.fd_exception_cnt)
#define _PR_IOQ_TIMEOUT(_cpu) ((_cpu)->md.md_unix.ioq_timeout)
#define _PR_IOQ_MAX_OSFD(_cpu) ((_cpu)->md.md_unix.ioq_max_osfd)
#define _PR_IOQ_OSFD_CNT(_cpu) ((_cpu)->md.md_unix.ioq_osfd_cnt)
#define _PR_IOQ_POLLFDS(_cpu) ((_cpu)->md.md_unix.ioq_pollfds)
#define _PR_IOQ_POLLFDS_SIZE(_cpu) ((_cpu)->md.md_unix.ioq_pollfds_size)
#define _PR_IOQ_MIN_POLLFDS_SIZE(_cpu) 32
struct _MDCPU {
struct _MDCPU_Unix md_unix;
#define _MD_INIT_LOCKS()
#define _MD_NEW_LOCK(lock) PR_SUCCESS
#define _MD_FREE_LOCK(lock)
#define _MD_LOCK(lock)
#define _MD_UNLOCK(lock)
#define _MD_INIT_IO()
#define _MD_IOQ_LOCK()
#define _MD_IOQ_UNLOCK()
** Initialize the thread context preparing it to execute "_main()"
** - get a nice, fresh context
** - set its SP to the stack we allcoated for it
** - set it to start things at "e"
#define _MD_INIT_CONTEXT(thread, _sp, _main, status) \
*status = PR_TRUE; \
/* this is supposed to point to the stack BASE, not to SP */ \
CONTEXT(thread)->uc_stack.ss_sp = thread->stack->stackBottom; \
CONTEXT(thread)->uc_stack.ss_size = thread->stack->stackSize; \
CONTEXT(thread)->uc_mcontext.gpregs[CXT_SP] = ((unsigned long)_sp - 128) & 0xfffffff8; \
CONTEXT(thread)->uc_mcontext.gpregs[CXT_T9] = _main; \
CONTEXT(thread)->uc_mcontext.gpregs[CXT_EPC] = _main; \
CONTEXT(thread)->uc_mcontext.gpregs[CXT_RA] = 0; \
thread->no_sched = 0; \
** Save current context as it is scheduled away
#define _MD_SWITCH_CONTEXT(_thread) \
if (!_GETCONTEXT(CONTEXT(_thread))) { \
_MD_SAVE_ERRNO(_thread); \
_MD_SET_LAST_THREAD(_thread); \
_PR_Schedule(); \
} \
** Restore a thread context, saved by _MD_SWITCH_CONTEXT or set up
** CXT_V0 is the register that holds the return value.
** We must set it to 1 so that we can see if the return from
** getcontext() is the result of calling getcontext() or
** setcontext()...
** setting a context got with getcontext() appears to
** return from getcontext(), too!
** CXT_A3 is the register that holds status when returning
** from a syscall. It is set to 0 to indicate success,
** because we want getcontext() on the other side of the magic
** door to be ok.
#define _MD_RESTORE_CONTEXT(_thread) \
ucontext_t *uc = CONTEXT(_thread); \
uc->uc_mcontext.gpregs[CXT_V0] = 1;\
uc->uc_mcontext.gpregs[CXT_A3] = 0;\
_MD_RESTORE_ERRNO(_thread); \
#define _MD_SAVE_ERRNO(t) (t)->md.errcode = errno;
#define _MD_RESTORE_ERRNO(t) errno = (t)->md.errcode;
#define _MD_GET_INTERVAL _PR_UNIX_GetInterval
#define _MD_INTERVAL_PER_SEC _PR_UNIX_TicksPerSecond
#define _MD_EARLY_INIT _MD_EarlyInit
#define _MD_FINAL_INIT _PR_UnixInit
#define _MD_INIT_RUNNING_CPU(cpu) _MD_unix_init_running_cpu(cpu)
#define _MD_INIT_THREAD _MD_InitializeThread
#define _MD_EXIT_THREAD(thread)
#define _MD_SUSPEND_THREAD(thread)
#define _MD_RESUME_THREAD(thread)
#define _MD_CLEAN_THREAD(_thread)
#if !defined(S_ISSOCK) && defined(S_IFSOCK)
#define S_ISSOCK(mode) ((mode&0xF000) == 0xC000)
#if !defined(S_ISLNK) && defined(S_IFLNK)
#define S_ISLNK(mode) ((mode&0xA000) == 0xC000)
#include <sys/time.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/select.h>
extern int _select(int nfds, fd_set *readfds, fd_set *writefds,
fd_set *execptfds, struct timeval *timeout);
#define _MD_SELECT(nfds,r,w,e,tv) _select(nfds,r,w,e,tv)
#define _MD_POLL _poll
#endif /* nspr_reliantunix_defs_h___ */