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Powerpc IRQ handling breaks strict EABI compliance
- Date: Mon, 10 Feb 2003 15:34:06 -0800
- From: strauman at SLAC.Stanford.EDU (Till Straumann)
- Subject: Powerpc IRQ handling breaks strict EABI compliance
Joel Sherrill wrote:
> Valette Eric wrote:
>>Till Straumann wrote:
>>>OK, I fixed the motorola/shared BSP to not clobber R2/R13 anymore.
>>Thanks a lot.
>>>However, the question remains:
>>> - who is responsible for the setup (calling __eabi()) ?
>>> RTEMS or application code?
> I just looked at gcc/config/rs6000/eabi.asm and I can't figure out why
> I would want to run it. :) What is it doing anyway?
Well - for sure, it sets up R2 and R13.
I guess the answer to my question is that is is the application's
responsibility to call 'main()' (who ends up calling __eabi()) very
much like when you want to have C++ static Ctors called...
>>I'm not sure we need to have to have all BSP being fully EABI compliant
>>and thus frozing two registers. At least I'm not sure it was done on
>>old-execption-handling compliant BSP. I think that what is important is
>>that IRQ code does not prevent a specific BSP, or via a compilation
>>option to be fully EABI compliant.
>>Now, if for some reason fully EABI compliant code is more efficient
>>because the compiler optimize something that is worth having two
>>My two cents,