Commit 01a63720 authored by Mark A. Greer's avatar Mark A. Greer Committed by Paul Mackerras
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[POWERPC] Add simple memory allocator to bootwrapper



Provide primitive malloc, free, and realloc functions for bootwrapper.
Signed-off-by: default avatarMark A. Greer <mgreer@mvista.com>
Signed-off-by: default avatarPaul Mackerras <paulus@samba.org>
parent 0c176fa8
......@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ $(addprefix $(obj)/,$(zlib) main.o): $(addprefix $(obj)/,$(zliblinuxheader)) \
$(addprefix $(obj)/,$(zlibheader))
src-wlib := string.S stdio.c main.c flatdevtree.c flatdevtree_misc.c \
ns16550.c serial.c div64.S util.S $(zlib)
ns16550.c serial.c simple_alloc.c div64.S util.S $(zlib)
src-plat := of.c
src-boot := crt0.S $(src-wlib) $(src-plat) empty.c
......
/*
* Implement primitive realloc(3) functionality.
*
* Author: Mark A. Greer <mgreer@mvista.com>
*
* 2006 (c) MontaVista, Software, Inc. This file is licensed under
* the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2. This program
* is licensed "as is" without any warranty of any kind, whether express
* or implied.
*/
#include <stddef.h>
#include "types.h"
#include "page.h"
#include "string.h"
#include "ops.h"
#define ENTRY_BEEN_USED 0x01
#define ENTRY_IN_USE 0x02
static struct alloc_info {
u32 flags;
u32 base;
u32 size;
} *alloc_tbl;
static u32 tbl_entries;
static u32 alloc_min;
static u32 next_base;
static u32 space_left;
/*
* First time an entry is used, its base and size are set.
* An entry can be freed and re-malloc'd but its base & size don't change.
* Should be smart enough for needs of bootwrapper.
*/
static void *simple_malloc(u32 size)
{
u32 i;
struct alloc_info *p = alloc_tbl;
if (size == 0)
goto err_out;
size = _ALIGN_UP(size, alloc_min);
for (i=0; i<tbl_entries; i++, p++)
if (!(p->flags & ENTRY_BEEN_USED)) { /* never been used */
if (size <= space_left) {
p->base = next_base;
p->size = size;
p->flags = ENTRY_BEEN_USED | ENTRY_IN_USE;
next_base += size;
space_left -= size;
return (void *)p->base;
}
goto err_out; /* not enough space left */
}
/* reuse an entry keeping same base & size */
else if (!(p->flags & ENTRY_IN_USE) && (size <= p->size)) {
p->flags |= ENTRY_IN_USE;
return (void *)p->base;
}
err_out:
return NULL;
}
static struct alloc_info *simple_find_entry(void *ptr)
{
u32 i;
struct alloc_info *p = alloc_tbl;
for (i=0; i<tbl_entries; i++,p++) {
if (!(p->flags & ENTRY_BEEN_USED))
break;
if ((p->flags & ENTRY_IN_USE) && (p->base == (u32)ptr))
return p;
}
return NULL;
}
static void simple_free(void *ptr)
{
struct alloc_info *p = simple_find_entry(ptr);
if (p != NULL)
p->flags &= ~ENTRY_IN_USE;
}
/*
* Change size of area pointed to by 'ptr' to 'size'.
* If 'ptr' is NULL, then its a malloc(). If 'size' is 0, then its a free().
* 'ptr' must be NULL or a pointer to a non-freed area previously returned by
* simple_realloc() or simple_malloc().
*/
static void *simple_realloc(void *ptr, unsigned long size)
{
struct alloc_info *p;
void *new;
if (size == 0) {
simple_free(ptr);
return NULL;
}
if (ptr == NULL)
return simple_malloc(size);
p = simple_find_entry(ptr);
if (p == NULL) /* ptr not from simple_malloc/simple_realloc */
return NULL;
if (size <= p->size) /* fits in current block */
return ptr;
new = simple_malloc(size);
memcpy(new, ptr, p->size);
simple_free(ptr);
return new;
}
/*
* Returns addr of first byte after heap so caller can see if it took
* too much space. If so, change args & try again.
*/
void *simple_alloc_init(char *base, u32 heap_size, u32 granularity,
u32 max_allocs)
{
u32 heap_base, tbl_size;
heap_size = _ALIGN_UP(heap_size, granularity);
alloc_min = granularity;
tbl_entries = max_allocs;
tbl_size = tbl_entries * sizeof(struct alloc_info);
alloc_tbl = (struct alloc_info *)_ALIGN_UP((unsigned long)base, 8);
memset(alloc_tbl, 0, tbl_size);
heap_base = _ALIGN_UP((u32)alloc_tbl + tbl_size, alloc_min);
next_base = heap_base;
space_left = heap_size;
platform_ops.malloc = simple_malloc;
platform_ops.free = simple_free;
platform_ops.realloc = simple_realloc;
return (void *)(heap_base + heap_size);
}
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