1. 31 Mar, 2021 1 commit
    • Silviu Baranga's avatar
      [Morello] Fix symbol difference for STT_FUNC symbols. · 93e45340
      Silviu Baranga authored
      Unlike Thumb, Morello uses the LSB as part of the
      relocation computation, and we shouldn't set the LSB
      on the symbol difference result.
      Function size computation now needs to use a local label
      to avoid subtracting 1 due to the LSB on the STT_FUNC
  2. 30 Mar, 2021 1 commit
    • Jessica Clarke's avatar
      [lld] Merge getMorelloTargetSize into getTargetSize · b6c5b830
      Jessica Clarke authored
      This ensures Morello gets the various bug fixes and improvements made to
      the normal CHERI getTargetSize since it made its own copy. As part of
      this, fix the hacky handling of symbol sizes added for Morello as
      getSize only respected the isSectionStartSymbol field for CheriABI, but
      hybrid Morello binaries can have capabilities too, so add a new boolean
      parameter for CheriCapRelocsSection to use in order to force it to be
      Linker scripts were also not setting isSectionStartSymbol for things
      that looked like section start symbols, so getSize would never use the
      section's bounds for them.
      Because of these two issues, getMorelloTargetSize overrode a value of
      0 for symbols that had a name that looked like a section start symbol
      rather than taking into account the additional restrictions from Writer
      on whether a symbol is a section start symbol. By ensuring the symbol
      information is right in the first place this hack is no longer needed.
      Note: isSectionStartSymbol is both a field in Defined that encompasses
      all the checks, and a function that just matches the name. The former is
      the property that should be used to decide whether to use the section
      size, and the latter is used both as part of determining the value for
      that field and for suppressing warnings about zero-length capabilities
      (as would otherwise seen for empty sections).
      This fixes the following assertion previously triggered by the new test
      (copied from the existing CHERI capreloc-aether test):
        Assertion failed: (OffsetInOS <= OS->size), function getMorelloTargetSize, file lld/ELF/Arch/Cheri.cpp, line 739.
  3. 29 Mar, 2021 1 commit
  4. 26 Mar, 2021 2 commits
    • Diana Picus's avatar
      [Morello][lldb] Don't hardcode FP/CFP. NFCI. · a1704e12
      Diana Picus authored
      There are many places where the frame pointer is hardcoded to x29 for
      AArch64 (and respectively to c29 in a capability context). This includes
      both internal variable/enum names and user-visible strings (e.g. "x29"
      is considered an alternative name for "fp" rather than the other way
      This patch removes fp and cfp from all the register number enums and
      from register infos and explicitly defines and uses x29/c29 instead in
      the code. We preserve the behaviour that the name of the frame pointer
      is "fp"/"cfp" rather than "xN" or "cN".
      Note that since we no longer know the frame pointer statically, we need
      to update the register infos with frame pointer information dynamically.
      For this purpose, a helper function is added that will mark one of the
      registers as the frame pointer or capability frame pointer. We call this
      in every file that makes use of the register infos directly, usually in
      some constructor or initialization function. One additional change is
      necessary in GDBRemoteRegisterContext.cpp - this file was including
      RegisterInfos_arm64.h inside a function, which made it impossible
      to define the helper. We therefore had to move things one scope up.
      This isn't a nice way to refactor this code, but I think it's the best
      way to minimize merge pains in the future.
    • Diana Picus's avatar
      [Morello][lldb] Change triple in test. NFC. · f03753c6
      Diana Picus authored
      Switch triple from 'aarch64-none-elf' to 'aarch64-linux-android', since
      that is our main target at the moment. The behaviour is subtly
      different, so we need to update a test because the CFA now remains
      relative to the SP even when the FP changes.
  5. 25 Mar, 2021 3 commits
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  8. 08 Mar, 2021 7 commits
    • Silviu Baranga's avatar
      [Morello] Improve global addressing · f55bb806
      Silviu Baranga authored
      1. DSO-internal function addresses are generated from PCC
      and sealed. This avoids a load instruction and should
      slightly reduce the number of relocations required.
      2. Capability stubs for internal objects are merged into
      a table to allow relative addressing. This allows sharing
      the adrp instruction between multiple uses of the capability
      table. The downside to this is that it can increase register
      3. We perform a post-legalization combine to push constant
      pointer adds into adrp (this can remove add instructions).
      This usually happens pre-legalization, but re-using that
      machinery would require either changes to the SelectionDAG
      builder or doing the load from the capability table in IR
      (which would affect some other SelectionDAG transforms).
    • Silviu Baranga's avatar
    • Silviu Baranga's avatar
    • Ryan Prichard's avatar
      [libunwind] Fix CIE v1 return address parsing · 2d0c626a
      Ryan Prichard authored
       - For CIE version 1 (e.g. in DWARF 2.0.0), the return_address_register
         field is a ubyte [0..255].
       - For CIE version 3 (e.g. in DWARF 3), the field is instead a ULEB128
      Previously, libunwind accepted a CIE version of 1 or 3, but always
      parsed the field as ULEB128.
      Clang always outputs CIE version 1 into .eh_frame. (It can output CIE
      version 3 or 4, but only into .debug_frame.)
      Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D83741
    • Silviu Baranga's avatar
      [Morello] Define the following symbols: · be3a9616
      Silviu Baranga authored
      These symbols are used by libunwind for baremetal to get the start
      and end of the .eh_frame and .eh_frame_hdr sections. Make sure
      these are not affected by any further section padding done by
    • Silviu Baranga's avatar
    • Jessica Clarke's avatar
      Fix GNU machine mode attribute support for CHERI · 710087f7
      Jessica Clarke authored
      We need to forbid the pointer mode for integers in pure-capability C,
      only permitting it on actual pointer types (which makes it rather
      redundant, but we can support it so might as well appease those who
      still think this attribute is a good idea) and preserving the fact that
      it's a pointer rather than creating a 64-bit/128-bit plain integer. We
      also need to do the same for unwind_word (which is a particularly bad
      concept for split register files and for hard float ABIs). For
      completeness, add a capability mode to complement the pointer mode.
      Conversely, forbid integer modes for capabilities, and thus pointers in
      pure-capability C, in order to avoid loss of provenance; if a plain
      integer is desired, the code should be modified to use one, not a
      pointer type.
      Whilst here, make the implementation of getRegisterWidth clearer.
      Currently PointerWidth is left as the address width for pure-capability
      code which is confusing and should one day be fixed, likely by
      introducing a separate PointerRange/AddressWidth. Outside of X86 (which
      overrides this anyway), this is used solely for the word mode, and that
      is likely intended to be a plain integer, not a capability, although
      given that X86 makes it an AVX type perhaps we should make it a
      capability if the intent is to use it for memcpy. This at least
      preserves the current behaviour and can be revisited later.
  9. 05 Mar, 2021 1 commit
  10. 02 Mar, 2021 2 commits
    • Diana Picus's avatar
      [Morello][lldb] Add end-to-end tests with Android · 55a70d90
      Diana Picus authored
      Add support for end-to-end lldb tests on an FVP model running Android.
      The tests live in lldb/morello-android-tests and can be run independently
      of the llvm build system. Each test has its own subdirectory containing:
        * source files,
        * an Android.bp describing how to build the target for the test, and
        * a ${TESTNAME}.test file containing lldb commands and FileCheck
      Note that we do not use RUN lines to drive the setup of the tests.
      Instead, all the tests are expected to have the same setup, consisting
      of the following steps:
        1. Compiling the target executable
        2. Uploading it to the model (with adb)
        3. Starting lldb-server on the model
        4. Starting lldb on the host, in batch mode, and checking its output
      For more details check out the README.
      This patch adds a single test to serve as an example.
    • Silviu Baranga's avatar
      [Morello] The DTV pointer and TCB should both be 16 bytes · 321c3400
      Silviu Baranga authored
      in the pure capability ABI.
  11. 28 Feb, 2021 1 commit
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  15. 10 Feb, 2021 1 commit
    • Diana Picus's avatar
      [Morello][lldb] Propagate PYTHONHOME for shell tests · ab2753f9
      Diana Picus authored
      Enable lldb shell tests to use a different python than the system one
      (/usr/bin/python3). This makes it possible for us to point lldb to the
      python it was compiled with, by setting the value of PYTHONHOME in the
      environment when running the tests.
  16. 05 Feb, 2021 1 commit
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  18. 25 Jan, 2021 1 commit