[1/2] Remove stale overlay testcase bits

Message ID 20200702183128.11535-2-pedro@palves.net
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  • Remove some stale testsuite bits
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Pedro Alves July 2, 2020, 6:31 p.m.
From: Pedro Alves <palves@redhat.com>


D10V support was removed years ago, but the gdb.base/d10vovly.c file
stayed behind.  Looking a bit closer, I can't find anywhere that
references gdb.base/m32rovly.c either.

Both gdb.base/m32rovly.c and gdb.base/d10vovly.c seem to be older
copies of gdb.base/ovlymgr.c, that are exactly the same, except for
some cosmetic differences, and for missing _ovly_debug_event.  Note
that gdb.base/ovlymgr.c has the #ifdef __M32R__ bits too.  Note also
that gdb.base/overlays.exp is currently only supported on m32r, and
that uses ovlymgr.c not gdb.base/m32rovly.c.

gdb/testsuite/ChangeLog:

	* gdb.base/d10vovly.c: Delete.
	* gdb.base/m32rovly.c: Delete.
	* gdb.base/ovlymgr.c: Remove all code guarded by __D10V__.
---
 gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/d10vovly.c | 225 --------------------------------------
 gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/m32rovly.c | 225 --------------------------------------
 gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/ovlymgr.c  | 133 ----------------------
 3 files changed, 583 deletions(-)
 delete mode 100644 gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/d10vovly.c
 delete mode 100644 gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/m32rovly.c

-- 
2.14.5

Patch

diff --git a/gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/d10vovly.c b/gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/d10vovly.c
deleted file mode 100644
index bdb90feae6b..00000000000
--- a/gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/d10vovly.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,225 +0,0 @@ 
-
-/*
- * Ovlymgr.c -- Runtime Overlay Manager for the GDB testsuite.
- */
-
-#include "ovlymgr.h"
-
-/* Local functions and data: */
-
-extern unsigned long _ovly_table[][4];
-extern unsigned long _novlys __attribute__ ((section (".data")));
-enum ovly_index { VMA, SIZE, LMA, MAPPED};
-
-static void ovly_copy (unsigned long dst, unsigned long src, long size);
-
-/* Flush the data and instruction caches at address START for SIZE bytes.
-   Support for each new port must be added here.  */
-/* FIXME: Might be better to have a standard libgloss function that
-   ports provide that we can then use.  Use libgloss instead of newlib
-   since libgloss is the one intended to handle low level system issues.
-   I would suggest something like _flush_cache to avoid the user's namespace
-   but not be completely obscure as other things may need this facility.  */
- 
-static void
-FlushCache (void)
-{
-#ifdef __M32R__
-  volatile char *mspr = (char *) 0xfffffff7;
-  *mspr = 1;
-#endif
-}
-
-/* OverlayLoad:
- * Copy the overlay into its runtime region,
- * and mark the overlay as "mapped".
- */
-
-bool
-OverlayLoad (unsigned long ovlyno)
-{
-  unsigned long i;
-
-  if (ovlyno < 0 || ovlyno >= _novlys)
-    exit (-1);	/* fail, bad ovly number */
-
-  if (_ovly_table[ovlyno][MAPPED])
-    return TRUE;	/* this overlay already mapped -- nothing to do! */
-
-  for (i = 0; i < _novlys; i++)
-    if (i == ovlyno)
-      _ovly_table[i][MAPPED] = 1;	/* this one now mapped */
-    else if (_ovly_table[i][VMA] == _ovly_table[ovlyno][VMA])
-      _ovly_table[i][MAPPED] = 0;	/* this one now un-mapped */
-
-  ovly_copy (_ovly_table[ovlyno][VMA], 
-	     _ovly_table[ovlyno][LMA], 
-	     _ovly_table[ovlyno][SIZE]);
-
-  FlushCache ();
-
-  return TRUE;
-}
-
-/* OverlayUnload:
- * Copy the overlay back into its "load" region.
- * Does NOT mark overlay as "unmapped", therefore may be called
- * more than once for the same mapped overlay.
- */
- 
-bool
-OverlayUnload (unsigned long ovlyno)
-{
-  if (ovlyno < 0 || ovlyno >= _novlys)
-    exit (-1);  /* fail, bad ovly number */
- 
-  if (!_ovly_table[ovlyno][MAPPED])
-    exit (-1);  /* error, can't copy out a segment that's not "in" */
- 
-  ovly_copy (_ovly_table[ovlyno][LMA], 
-	     _ovly_table[ovlyno][VMA],
-	     _ovly_table[ovlyno][SIZE]);
-
-  return TRUE;
-}
-
-#ifdef __D10V__
-#define IMAP0       (*(short *)(0xff00))
-#define IMAP1       (*(short *)(0xff02))
-#define DMAP        (*(short *)(0xff04))
-
-static void
-D10VTranslate (unsigned long logical,
-	       short *dmap,
-	       unsigned long **addr)
-{
-  unsigned long physical;
-  unsigned long seg;
-  unsigned long off;
-
-  /* to access data, we use the following mapping 
-     0x00xxxxxx: Logical data address segment        (DMAP translated memory)
-     0x01xxxxxx: Logical instruction address segment (IMAP translated memory)
-     0x10xxxxxx: Physical data memory segment        (On-chip data memory)
-     0x11xxxxxx: Physical instruction memory segment (On-chip insn memory)
-     0x12xxxxxx: Phisical unified memory segment     (Unified memory)
-     */
-
-  /* Addresses must be correctly aligned */
-  if (logical & (sizeof (**addr) - 1))
-    exit (-1);
-
-  /* If the address is in one of the two logical address spaces, it is
-     first translated into a physical address */
-  seg = (logical >> 24);
-  off = (logical & 0xffffffL);
-  switch (seg) 
-      {
-      case 0x00: /* in logical data address segment */
-	if (off <= 0x7fffL)
-	  physical = (0x10L << 24) + off;
-	else
-	  /* Logical address out side of on-chip segment, not
-             supported */
-	  exit (-1);
-	break;
-      case 0x01: /* in logical instruction address segment */
-	{
-	  short map;
-	  if (off <= 0x1ffffL)
-	    map = IMAP0;
-	  else if (off <= 0x3ffffL)
-	    map = IMAP1;
-	  else
-	    /* Logical address outside of IMAP[01] segment, not
-	       supported */
-	    exit (-1);
-	  if (map & 0x1000L)
-	    {
-	    /* Instruction memory */
-	      physical = (0x11L << 24) | off;
-	    }
-	  else
-	    {
-	    /* Unified memory */
-	      physical = ((map & 0x7fL) << 17) + (off & 0x1ffffL);
-	      if (physical > 0xffffffL)
-		/* Address outside of unified address segment */
-		exit (-1);
-	      physical |= (0x12L << 24);
-	    }
-	  break;
-	}
-      case 0x10:
-      case 0x11:
-      case 0x12:
-	physical = logical;
-	break;
-      default:
-	exit (-1);	/* error */
-      }
-
-  seg = (physical >> 24);
-  off = (physical & 0xffffffL);
-  switch (seg) 
-    {
-    case 0x10:	/* dst is a 15 bit offset into the on-chip memory */
-      *dmap = 0;
-      *addr = (long *) (0x0000 + ((short)off & 0x7fff));
-      break;
-    case 0x11:	/* dst is an 18-bit offset into the on-chip
-		   instruction memory */
-      *dmap = 0x1000L | ((off & 0x3ffffL) >> 14);
-      *addr = (long *) (0x8000 + ((short)off & 0x3fff));
-      break;
-    case 0x12:	/* dst is a 24-bit offset into unified memory */
-      *dmap = off >> 14;
-      *addr = (long *) (0x8000 + ((short)off & 0x3fff));
-      break;
-    default:
-      exit (-1);	/* error */
-    }
-}
-#endif /* __D10V__ */
-
-static void
-ovly_copy (unsigned long dst, unsigned long src, long size)
-{
-#ifdef  __M32R__
-  memcpy ((void *) dst, (void *) src, size);
-  return;
-#endif /* M32R */
-
-#ifdef  __D10V__
-  unsigned long *s, *d, tmp;
-  short dmap_src, dmap_dst;
-  short dmap_save;
-
-  /* all section sizes should by multiples of 4 bytes */
-  dmap_save = DMAP;
-
-  D10VTranslate (src, &dmap_src, &s);
-  D10VTranslate (dst, &dmap_dst, &d);
-
-  while (size > 0)
-    {
-      /* NB: Transfer 4 byte (long) quantites, problems occure
-	 when only two bytes are transfered */
-      DMAP = dmap_src;
-      tmp = *s;
-      DMAP = dmap_dst;
-      *d = tmp; 
-      d++;
-      s++;
-      size -= sizeof (tmp);
-      src += sizeof (tmp);
-      dst += sizeof (tmp);
-      if ((src & 0x3fff) == 0)
-	D10VTranslate (src, &dmap_src, &s);
-      if ((dst & 0x3fff) == 0)
-	D10VTranslate (dst, &dmap_dst, &d);
-    }
-  DMAP = dmap_save;
-#endif /* D10V */
-}
-
diff --git a/gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/m32rovly.c b/gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/m32rovly.c
deleted file mode 100644
index bdb90feae6b..00000000000
--- a/gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/m32rovly.c
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,225 +0,0 @@ 
-
-/*
- * Ovlymgr.c -- Runtime Overlay Manager for the GDB testsuite.
- */
-
-#include "ovlymgr.h"
-
-/* Local functions and data: */
-
-extern unsigned long _ovly_table[][4];
-extern unsigned long _novlys __attribute__ ((section (".data")));
-enum ovly_index { VMA, SIZE, LMA, MAPPED};
-
-static void ovly_copy (unsigned long dst, unsigned long src, long size);
-
-/* Flush the data and instruction caches at address START for SIZE bytes.
-   Support for each new port must be added here.  */
-/* FIXME: Might be better to have a standard libgloss function that
-   ports provide that we can then use.  Use libgloss instead of newlib
-   since libgloss is the one intended to handle low level system issues.
-   I would suggest something like _flush_cache to avoid the user's namespace
-   but not be completely obscure as other things may need this facility.  */
- 
-static void
-FlushCache (void)
-{
-#ifdef __M32R__
-  volatile char *mspr = (char *) 0xfffffff7;
-  *mspr = 1;
-#endif
-}
-
-/* OverlayLoad:
- * Copy the overlay into its runtime region,
- * and mark the overlay as "mapped".
- */
-
-bool
-OverlayLoad (unsigned long ovlyno)
-{
-  unsigned long i;
-
-  if (ovlyno < 0 || ovlyno >= _novlys)
-    exit (-1);	/* fail, bad ovly number */
-
-  if (_ovly_table[ovlyno][MAPPED])
-    return TRUE;	/* this overlay already mapped -- nothing to do! */
-
-  for (i = 0; i < _novlys; i++)
-    if (i == ovlyno)
-      _ovly_table[i][MAPPED] = 1;	/* this one now mapped */
-    else if (_ovly_table[i][VMA] == _ovly_table[ovlyno][VMA])
-      _ovly_table[i][MAPPED] = 0;	/* this one now un-mapped */
-
-  ovly_copy (_ovly_table[ovlyno][VMA], 
-	     _ovly_table[ovlyno][LMA], 
-	     _ovly_table[ovlyno][SIZE]);
-
-  FlushCache ();
-
-  return TRUE;
-}
-
-/* OverlayUnload:
- * Copy the overlay back into its "load" region.
- * Does NOT mark overlay as "unmapped", therefore may be called
- * more than once for the same mapped overlay.
- */
- 
-bool
-OverlayUnload (unsigned long ovlyno)
-{
-  if (ovlyno < 0 || ovlyno >= _novlys)
-    exit (-1);  /* fail, bad ovly number */
- 
-  if (!_ovly_table[ovlyno][MAPPED])
-    exit (-1);  /* error, can't copy out a segment that's not "in" */
- 
-  ovly_copy (_ovly_table[ovlyno][LMA], 
-	     _ovly_table[ovlyno][VMA],
-	     _ovly_table[ovlyno][SIZE]);
-
-  return TRUE;
-}
-
-#ifdef __D10V__
-#define IMAP0       (*(short *)(0xff00))
-#define IMAP1       (*(short *)(0xff02))
-#define DMAP        (*(short *)(0xff04))
-
-static void
-D10VTranslate (unsigned long logical,
-	       short *dmap,
-	       unsigned long **addr)
-{
-  unsigned long physical;
-  unsigned long seg;
-  unsigned long off;
-
-  /* to access data, we use the following mapping 
-     0x00xxxxxx: Logical data address segment        (DMAP translated memory)
-     0x01xxxxxx: Logical instruction address segment (IMAP translated memory)
-     0x10xxxxxx: Physical data memory segment        (On-chip data memory)
-     0x11xxxxxx: Physical instruction memory segment (On-chip insn memory)
-     0x12xxxxxx: Phisical unified memory segment     (Unified memory)
-     */
-
-  /* Addresses must be correctly aligned */
-  if (logical & (sizeof (**addr) - 1))
-    exit (-1);
-
-  /* If the address is in one of the two logical address spaces, it is
-     first translated into a physical address */
-  seg = (logical >> 24);
-  off = (logical & 0xffffffL);
-  switch (seg) 
-      {
-      case 0x00: /* in logical data address segment */
-	if (off <= 0x7fffL)
-	  physical = (0x10L << 24) + off;
-	else
-	  /* Logical address out side of on-chip segment, not
-             supported */
-	  exit (-1);
-	break;
-      case 0x01: /* in logical instruction address segment */
-	{
-	  short map;
-	  if (off <= 0x1ffffL)
-	    map = IMAP0;
-	  else if (off <= 0x3ffffL)
-	    map = IMAP1;
-	  else
-	    /* Logical address outside of IMAP[01] segment, not
-	       supported */
-	    exit (-1);
-	  if (map & 0x1000L)
-	    {
-	    /* Instruction memory */
-	      physical = (0x11L << 24) | off;
-	    }
-	  else
-	    {
-	    /* Unified memory */
-	      physical = ((map & 0x7fL) << 17) + (off & 0x1ffffL);
-	      if (physical > 0xffffffL)
-		/* Address outside of unified address segment */
-		exit (-1);
-	      physical |= (0x12L << 24);
-	    }
-	  break;
-	}
-      case 0x10:
-      case 0x11:
-      case 0x12:
-	physical = logical;
-	break;
-      default:
-	exit (-1);	/* error */
-      }
-
-  seg = (physical >> 24);
-  off = (physical & 0xffffffL);
-  switch (seg) 
-    {
-    case 0x10:	/* dst is a 15 bit offset into the on-chip memory */
-      *dmap = 0;
-      *addr = (long *) (0x0000 + ((short)off & 0x7fff));
-      break;
-    case 0x11:	/* dst is an 18-bit offset into the on-chip
-		   instruction memory */
-      *dmap = 0x1000L | ((off & 0x3ffffL) >> 14);
-      *addr = (long *) (0x8000 + ((short)off & 0x3fff));
-      break;
-    case 0x12:	/* dst is a 24-bit offset into unified memory */
-      *dmap = off >> 14;
-      *addr = (long *) (0x8000 + ((short)off & 0x3fff));
-      break;
-    default:
-      exit (-1);	/* error */
-    }
-}
-#endif /* __D10V__ */
-
-static void
-ovly_copy (unsigned long dst, unsigned long src, long size)
-{
-#ifdef  __M32R__
-  memcpy ((void *) dst, (void *) src, size);
-  return;
-#endif /* M32R */
-
-#ifdef  __D10V__
-  unsigned long *s, *d, tmp;
-  short dmap_src, dmap_dst;
-  short dmap_save;
-
-  /* all section sizes should by multiples of 4 bytes */
-  dmap_save = DMAP;
-
-  D10VTranslate (src, &dmap_src, &s);
-  D10VTranslate (dst, &dmap_dst, &d);
-
-  while (size > 0)
-    {
-      /* NB: Transfer 4 byte (long) quantites, problems occure
-	 when only two bytes are transfered */
-      DMAP = dmap_src;
-      tmp = *s;
-      DMAP = dmap_dst;
-      *d = tmp; 
-      d++;
-      s++;
-      size -= sizeof (tmp);
-      src += sizeof (tmp);
-      dst += sizeof (tmp);
-      if ((src & 0x3fff) == 0)
-	D10VTranslate (src, &dmap_src, &s);
-      if ((dst & 0x3fff) == 0)
-	D10VTranslate (dst, &dmap_dst, &d);
-    }
-  DMAP = dmap_save;
-#endif /* D10V */
-}
-
diff --git a/gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/ovlymgr.c b/gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/ovlymgr.c
index f4958ed14a3..5d087ad90a2 100644
--- a/gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/ovlymgr.c
+++ b/gdb/testsuite/gdb.base/ovlymgr.c
@@ -93,141 +93,8 @@  OverlayUnload (unsigned long ovlyno)
   return TRUE;
 }
 
-#ifdef __D10V__
-#define IMAP0       (*(short *)(0xff00))
-#define IMAP1       (*(short *)(0xff02))
-#define DMAP        (*(short *)(0xff04))
-
-static void
-D10VTranslate (unsigned long logical,
-	       short *dmap,
-	       unsigned long **addr)
-{
-  unsigned long physical;
-  unsigned long seg;
-  unsigned long off;
-
-  /* to access data, we use the following mapping 
-     0x00xxxxxx: Logical data address segment        (DMAP translated memory)
-     0x01xxxxxx: Logical instruction address segment (IMAP translated memory)
-     0x10xxxxxx: Physical data memory segment        (On-chip data memory)
-     0x11xxxxxx: Physical instruction memory segment (On-chip insn memory)
-     0x12xxxxxx: Phisical unified memory segment     (Unified memory)
-     */
-
-  /* Addresses must be correctly aligned */
-  if (logical & (sizeof (**addr) - 1))
-    exit (-1);
-
-  /* If the address is in one of the two logical address spaces, it is
-     first translated into a physical address */
-  seg = (logical >> 24);
-  off = (logical & 0xffffffL);
-  switch (seg) 
-      {
-      case 0x00: /* in logical data address segment */
-	if (off <= 0x7fffL)
-	  physical = (0x10L << 24) + off;
-	else
-	  /* Logical address out side of on-chip segment, not
-             supported */
-	  exit (-1);
-	break;
-      case 0x01: /* in logical instruction address segment */
-	{
-	  short map;
-	  if (off <= 0x1ffffL)
-	    map = IMAP0;
-	  else if (off <= 0x3ffffL)
-	    map = IMAP1;
-	  else
-	    /* Logical address outside of IMAP[01] segment, not
-	       supported */
-	    exit (-1);
-	  if (map & 0x1000L)
-	    {
-	    /* Instruction memory */
-	      physical = (0x11L << 24) | off;
-	    }
-	  else
-	    {
-	    /* Unified memory */
-	      physical = ((map & 0x7fL) << 17) + (off & 0x1ffffL);
-	      if (physical > 0xffffffL)
-		/* Address outside of unified address segment */
-		exit (-1);
-	      physical |= (0x12L << 24);
-	    }
-	  break;
-	}
-      case 0x10:
-      case 0x11:
-      case 0x12:
-	physical = logical;
-	break;
-      default:
-	exit (-1);	/* error */
-      }
-
-  seg = (physical >> 24);
-  off = (physical & 0xffffffL);
-  switch (seg) 
-    {
-    case 0x10:	/* dst is a 15 bit offset into the on-chip memory */
-      *dmap = 0;
-      *addr = (long *) (0x0000 + ((short)off & 0x7fff));
-      break;
-    case 0x11:	/* dst is an 18-bit offset into the on-chip
-		   instruction memory */
-      *dmap = 0x1000L | ((off & 0x3ffffL) >> 14);
-      *addr = (long *) (0x8000 + ((short)off & 0x3fff));
-      break;
-    case 0x12:	/* dst is a 24-bit offset into unified memory */
-      *dmap = off >> 14;
-      *addr = (long *) (0x8000 + ((short)off & 0x3fff));
-      break;
-    default:
-      exit (-1);	/* error */
-    }
-}
-#endif /* __D10V__ */
-
 static void
 ovly_copy (unsigned long dst, unsigned long src, long size)
 {
-#ifdef  __D10V__
-  unsigned long *s, *d, tmp;
-  short dmap_src, dmap_dst;
-  short dmap_save;
-
-  /* all section sizes should by multiples of 4 bytes */
-  dmap_save = DMAP;
-
-  D10VTranslate (src, &dmap_src, &s);
-  D10VTranslate (dst, &dmap_dst, &d);
-
-  while (size > 0)
-    {
-      /* NB: Transfer 4 byte (long) quantites, problems occure
-	 when only two bytes are transfered */
-      DMAP = dmap_src;
-      tmp = *s;
-      DMAP = dmap_dst;
-      *d = tmp; 
-      d++;
-      s++;
-      size -= sizeof (tmp);
-      src += sizeof (tmp);
-      dst += sizeof (tmp);
-      if ((src & 0x3fff) == 0)
-	D10VTranslate (src, &dmap_src, &s);
-      if ((dst & 0x3fff) == 0)
-	D10VTranslate (dst, &dmap_dst, &d);
-    }
-  DMAP = dmap_save;
-#else
   memcpy ((void *) dst, (void *) src, size);
-#endif /* D10V */
-  return;
 }
-