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authorDenys Vlasenko <vda.linux@googlemail.com>2010-11-02 06:24:50 (GMT)
committerDenys Vlasenko <vda.linux@googlemail.com>2010-11-02 06:24:50 (GMT)
commitfff9dae7eb2e9e9a81f73a955d921e7f0e1e9bb5 (patch)
treedb2dbfe3566ae8e0efa217702e346ccbc43362d9 /libm
parent4d537e8547b8d623e1847cd80d3da455dc52ff85 (diff)
ldouble_wrappers: remove i386-specific optimization
It is deemed too unsafe. Quoting Timo: If I'm building with "-fPIC -pg" it instruments all C functions with profiler stuff which is called via PLT and causes EBX reloads --> crash -fno-omit-frame-pointer is sometimes useful for profiling too --> crash Also the upcoming -fsplit-stack will be broken by this too (that might need additional uclibc support though). And I'm pretty sure there's also other similar compiler features. There's no predefined #defines in gcc for any of these. What I'm trying to say that there are *numerous* situations when the compiler can create stack frame for you without you ever knowing it. And if you want to do a tail jump, you really should be doing it from .S file where you control fully the prologue/epilogue code. (GCC naked attribute does not seem to work on x86.) Signed-off-by: Denys Vlasenko <vda.linux@googlemail.com>
Diffstat (limited to 'libm')
-rw-r--r--libm/ldouble_wrappers.c105
1 files changed, 3 insertions, 102 deletions
diff --git a/libm/ldouble_wrappers.c b/libm/ldouble_wrappers.c
index 0fe6e8d..b98a201 100644
--- a/libm/ldouble_wrappers.c
+++ b/libm/ldouble_wrappers.c
@@ -37,91 +37,6 @@ long long func##l(long double x) \
return func((double) x); \
}
-#if defined __i386__ && defined __OPTIMIZE__ && !defined __SSP_ALL__
-# undef WRAPPER1
-# undef int_WRAPPER1
-# undef long_WRAPPER1
-# undef long_long_WRAPPER1
-/* gcc 4.3.1 generates really ugly code with redundant pair of store/load:
- * sub $0x10,%esp
- * fldt 0x14(%esp)
- * fstpl 0x8(%esp)
- * fldl 0x8(%esp) <-- ??
- * fstpl (%esp) <-- ??
- * call function
- * add $0x10,%esp
- * ret
- * I can hope newer gcc will eliminate that. However, I don't think
- * it will be smart enough to reuse argument stack space and use
- * jump instead of call. Let's do it by hand.
- * The asm below loads long double x into st(0), then stores it back
- * to the same location, but as a double. At this point, stack looks
- * exactly as "double func(double)" expects it to be.
- * The return value is returned in st(0) per ABI in both cases (returning
- * a long double or returning a double). So we can simply jump to func.
- * Using __GI_func in jump to make optimized intra-library jump.
- * gcc will still generate a useless "ret" after asm. Oh well...
- *
- * If you discover a build mode in which gcc creates a stack frame
- * incompatible with this hack, do not "fix" by replacing jmp with call
- * in the wrappers. This will make functions use wrong offset
- * for accessing on-stack parameter.
- * Instead, add more conditions to guarding #if above.
- */
-# define WRAPPER1(func) \
-long double func##l(long double x) \
-{ \
- long double st_top; \
- __asm__ ( \
- " fldt %1\n" \
- " fstpl %1\n" \
- " jmp " __stringify(__GI_##func) "\n" \
- : "=t" (st_top) \
- : "m" (x) \
- ); \
- return st_top; \
-}
-# define int_WRAPPER1(func) \
-int func##l(long double x) \
-{ \
- int ret; \
- __asm__ ( \
- " fldt %1\n" \
- " fstpl %1\n" \
- " jmp " __stringify(__GI_##func) "\n" \
- : "=a" (ret) \
- : "m" (x) \
- ); \
- return ret; \
-}
-# define long_WRAPPER1(func) \
-long func##l(long double x) \
-{ \
- long ret; \
- __asm__ ( \
- " fldt %1\n" \
- " fstpl %1\n" \
- " jmp " __stringify(__GI_##func) "\n" \
- : "=a" (ret) \
- : "m" (x) \
- ); \
- return ret; \
-}
-# define long_long_WRAPPER1(func) \
-long long func##l(long double x) \
-{ \
- long long ret; \
- __asm__ ( \
- " fldt %1\n" \
- " fstpl %1\n" \
- " jmp " __stringify(__GI_##func) "\n" \
- : "=A" (ret) \
- : "m" (x) \
- ); \
- return ret; \
-}
-#endif /* __i386__ && __OPTIMIZE__ */
-
/* Implement the following, as defined by SuSv3 */
#if 0
long double acoshl(long double);
@@ -315,12 +230,7 @@ long double frexpl (long double x, int *ex)
#endif
#ifdef L_gammal
-/* WRAPPER1(gamma) won't work, tries to call __GI_xxx,
- * and gamma() hasn't got one. */
-long double gammal(long double x)
-{
- return (long double) gamma((double) x);
-}
+WRAPPER1(gamma)
#endif
#ifdef L_hypotl
@@ -362,11 +272,7 @@ WRAPPER1(log1p)
#endif
#ifdef L_log2l
-/* WRAPPER1(log2) won't work */
-long double log2l(long double x)
-{
- return (long double) log2((double)x);
-}
+WRAPPER1(log2)
#endif
#ifdef L_logbl
@@ -489,12 +395,7 @@ WRAPPER1(trunc)
#endif
#ifdef L_significandl
-/* WRAPPER1(significand) won't work, tries to call __GI_xxx,
- * and significand() hasn't got one. */
-long double significandl(long double x)
-{
- return (long double) significand((double) x);
-}
+WRAPPER1(significand)
#endif
#if defined __DO_C99_MATH__ && !defined __NO_LONG_DOUBLE_MATH