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/** @file
Contains code that implements the virtual machine.
Copyright (c) 2006 - 2018, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.<BR>
This program and the accompanying materials
are licensed and made available under the terms and conditions of the BSD License
which accompanies this distribution. The full text of the license may be found at
http://opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.php
THE PROGRAM IS DISTRIBUTED UNDER THE BSD LICENSE ON AN "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED.
**/
#include "EbcInt.h"
#include "EbcExecute.h"
#include "EbcDebuggerHook.h"
//
// Define some useful data size constants to allow switch statements based on
// size of operands or data.
//
#define DATA_SIZE_INVALID 0
#define DATA_SIZE_8 1
#define DATA_SIZE_16 2
#define DATA_SIZE_32 4
#define DATA_SIZE_64 8
#define DATA_SIZE_N 48 // 4 or 8
//
// Structure we'll use to dispatch opcodes to execute functions.
//
typedef struct {
EFI_STATUS (*ExecuteFunction) (IN VM_CONTEXT * VmPtr);
}
VM_TABLE_ENTRY;
typedef
UINT64
(*DATA_MANIP_EXEC_FUNCTION) (
IN VM_CONTEXT * VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Decode a 16-bit index to determine the offset. Given an index value:
b15 - sign bit
b14:12 - number of bits in this index assigned to natural units (=a)
ba:11 - constant units = ConstUnits
b0:a - natural units = NaturalUnits
Given this info, the offset can be computed by:
offset = sign_bit * (ConstUnits + NaturalUnits * sizeof(UINTN))
Max offset is achieved with index = 0x7FFF giving an offset of
0x27B (32-bit machine) or 0x477 (64-bit machine).
Min offset is achieved with index =
@param VmPtr A pointer to VM context.
@param CodeOffset Offset from IP of the location of the 16-bit index
to decode.
@return The decoded offset.
**/
INT16
VmReadIndex16 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT32 CodeOffset
);
/**
Decode a 32-bit index to determine the offset.
@param VmPtr A pointer to VM context.
@param CodeOffset Offset from IP of the location of the 32-bit index
to decode.
@return Converted index per EBC VM specification.
**/
INT32
VmReadIndex32 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT32 CodeOffset
);
/**
Decode a 64-bit index to determine the offset.
@param VmPtr A pointer to VM context.s
@param CodeOffset Offset from IP of the location of the 64-bit index
to decode.
@return Converted index per EBC VM specification
**/
INT64
VmReadIndex64 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT32 CodeOffset
);
/**
Reads 8-bit data form the memory address.
@param VmPtr A pointer to VM context.
@param Addr The memory address.
@return The 8-bit value from the memory address.
**/
UINT8
VmReadMem8 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINTN Addr
);
/**
Reads 16-bit data form the memory address.
@param VmPtr A pointer to VM context.
@param Addr The memory address.
@return The 16-bit value from the memory address.
**/
UINT16
VmReadMem16 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINTN Addr
);
/**
Reads 32-bit data form the memory address.
@param VmPtr A pointer to VM context.
@param Addr The memory address.
@return The 32-bit value from the memory address.
**/
UINT32
VmReadMem32 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINTN Addr
);
/**
Reads 64-bit data form the memory address.
@param VmPtr A pointer to VM context.
@param Addr The memory address.
@return The 64-bit value from the memory address.
**/
UINT64
VmReadMem64 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINTN Addr
);
/**
Read a natural value from memory. May or may not be aligned.
@param VmPtr current VM context
@param Addr the address to read from
@return The natural value at address Addr.
**/
UINTN
VmReadMemN (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINTN Addr
);
/**
Writes 8-bit data to memory address.
This routine is called by the EBC data
movement instructions that write to memory. Since these writes
may be to the stack, which looks like (high address on top) this,
[EBC entry point arguments]
[VM stack]
[EBC stack]
we need to detect all attempts to write to the EBC entry point argument
stack area and adjust the address (which will initially point into the
VM stack) to point into the EBC entry point arguments.
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Addr Address to write to.
@param Data Value to write to Addr.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
@retval Other Some error occurs when writing data to the address.
**/
EFI_STATUS
VmWriteMem8 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINTN Addr,
IN UINT8 Data
);
/**
Writes 16-bit data to memory address.
This routine is called by the EBC data
movement instructions that write to memory. Since these writes
may be to the stack, which looks like (high address on top) this,
[EBC entry point arguments]
[VM stack]
[EBC stack]
we need to detect all attempts to write to the EBC entry point argument
stack area and adjust the address (which will initially point into the
VM stack) to point into the EBC entry point arguments.
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Addr Address to write to.
@param Data Value to write to Addr.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
@retval Other Some error occurs when writing data to the address.
**/
EFI_STATUS
VmWriteMem16 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINTN Addr,
IN UINT16 Data
);
/**
Writes 32-bit data to memory address.
This routine is called by the EBC data
movement instructions that write to memory. Since these writes
may be to the stack, which looks like (high address on top) this,
[EBC entry point arguments]
[VM stack]
[EBC stack]
we need to detect all attempts to write to the EBC entry point argument
stack area and adjust the address (which will initially point into the
VM stack) to point into the EBC entry point arguments.
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Addr Address to write to.
@param Data Value to write to Addr.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
@retval Other Some error occurs when writing data to the address.
**/
EFI_STATUS
VmWriteMem32 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINTN Addr,
IN UINT32 Data
);
/**
Reads 16-bit unsigned data from the code stream.
This routine provides the ability to read raw unsigned data from the code
stream.
@param VmPtr A pointer to VM context
@param Offset Offset from current IP to the raw data to read.
@return The raw unsigned 16-bit value from the code stream.
**/
UINT16
VmReadCode16 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT32 Offset
);
/**
Reads 32-bit unsigned data from the code stream.
This routine provides the ability to read raw unsigned data from the code
stream.
@param VmPtr A pointer to VM context
@param Offset Offset from current IP to the raw data to read.
@return The raw unsigned 32-bit value from the code stream.
**/
UINT32
VmReadCode32 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT32 Offset
);
/**
Reads 64-bit unsigned data from the code stream.
This routine provides the ability to read raw unsigned data from the code
stream.
@param VmPtr A pointer to VM context
@param Offset Offset from current IP to the raw data to read.
@return The raw unsigned 64-bit value from the code stream.
**/
UINT64
VmReadCode64 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT32 Offset
);
/**
Reads 8-bit immediate value at the offset.
This routine is called by the EBC execute
functions to read EBC immediate values from the code stream.
Since we can't assume alignment, each tries to read in the biggest
chunks size available, but will revert to smaller reads if necessary.
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Offset offset from IP of the code bytes to read.
@return Signed data of the requested size from the specified address.
**/
INT8
VmReadImmed8 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT32 Offset
);
/**
Reads 16-bit immediate value at the offset.
This routine is called by the EBC execute
functions to read EBC immediate values from the code stream.
Since we can't assume alignment, each tries to read in the biggest
chunks size available, but will revert to smaller reads if necessary.
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Offset offset from IP of the code bytes to read.
@return Signed data of the requested size from the specified address.
**/
INT16
VmReadImmed16 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT32 Offset
);
/**
Reads 32-bit immediate value at the offset.
This routine is called by the EBC execute
functions to read EBC immediate values from the code stream.
Since we can't assume alignment, each tries to read in the biggest
chunks size available, but will revert to smaller reads if necessary.
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Offset offset from IP of the code bytes to read.
@return Signed data of the requested size from the specified address.
**/
INT32
VmReadImmed32 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT32 Offset
);
/**
Reads 64-bit immediate value at the offset.
This routine is called by the EBC execute
functions to read EBC immediate values from the code stream.
Since we can't assume alignment, each tries to read in the biggest
chunks size available, but will revert to smaller reads if necessary.
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Offset offset from IP of the code bytes to read.
@return Signed data of the requested size from the specified address.
**/
INT64
VmReadImmed64 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT32 Offset
);
/**
Given an address that EBC is going to read from or write to, return
an appropriate address that accounts for a gap in the stack.
The stack for this application looks like this (high addr on top)
[EBC entry point arguments]
[VM stack]
[EBC stack]
The EBC assumes that its arguments are at the top of its stack, which
is where the VM stack is really. Therefore if the EBC does memory
accesses into the VM stack area, then we need to convert the address
to point to the EBC entry point arguments area. Do this here.
@param VmPtr A Pointer to VM context.
@param Addr Address of interest
@return The unchanged address if it's not in the VM stack region. Otherwise,
adjust for the stack gap and return the modified address.
**/
UINTN
ConvertStackAddr (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINTN Addr
);
/**
Execute all the EBC data manipulation instructions.
Since the EBC data manipulation instructions all have the same basic form,
they can share the code that does the fetch of operands and the write-back
of the result. This function performs the fetch of the operands (even if
both are not needed to be fetched, like NOT instruction), dispatches to the
appropriate subfunction, then writes back the returned result.
Format:
INSTRUCITON[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Immed16|Index16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to VM context.
@param IsSignedOp Indicates whether the operand is signed or not.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteDataManip (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN BOOLEAN IsSignedOp
);
//
// Functions that execute VM opcodes
//
/**
Execute the EBC BREAK instruction.
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteBREAK (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute the JMP instruction.
Instruction syntax:
JMP64{cs|cc} Immed64
JMP32{cs|cc} {@}R1 {Immed32|Index32}
Encoding:
b0.7 - immediate data present
b0.6 - 1 = 64 bit immediate data
0 = 32 bit immediate data
b1.7 - 1 = conditional
b1.6 1 = CS (condition set)
0 = CC (condition clear)
b1.4 1 = relative address
0 = absolute address
b1.3 1 = operand1 indirect
b1.2-0 operand 1
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteJMP (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute the EBC JMP8 instruction.
Instruction syntax:
JMP8{cs|cc} Offset/2
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteJMP8 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Implements the EBC CALL instruction.
Instruction format:
CALL64 Immed64
CALL32 {@}R1 {Immed32|Index32}
CALLEX64 Immed64
CALLEX16 {@}R1 {Immed32}
If Rx == R0, then it's a PC relative call to PC = PC + imm32.
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteCALL (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute the EBC RET instruction.
Instruction syntax:
RET
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteRET (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute the EBC CMP instruction.
Instruction syntax:
CMP[32|64][eq|lte|gte|ulte|ugte] R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteCMP (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute the EBC CMPI instruction
Instruction syntax:
CMPI[32|64]{w|d}[eq|lte|gte|ulte|ugte] {@}Rx {Index16}, Immed16|Immed32
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteCMPI (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute the MOVxx instructions.
Instruction format:
MOV[b|w|d|q|n]{w|d} {@}R1 {Index16|32}, {@}R2 {Index16|32}
MOVqq {@}R1 {Index64}, {@}R2 {Index64}
Copies contents of [R2] -> [R1], zero extending where required.
First character indicates the size of the move.
Second character indicates the size of the index(s).
Invalid to have R1 direct with index.
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteMOVxx (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute the EBC MOVI.
Instruction syntax:
MOVI[b|w|d|q][w|d|q] {@}R1 {Index16}, ImmData16|32|64
First variable character specifies the move size
Second variable character specifies size of the immediate data
Sign-extend the immediate data to the size of the operation, and zero-extend
if storing to a register.
Operand1 direct with index/immed is invalid.
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteMOVI (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute the EBC MOV immediate natural. This instruction moves an immediate
index value into a register or memory location.
Instruction syntax:
MOVIn[w|d|q] {@}R1 {Index16}, Index16|32|64
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteMOVIn (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute the EBC MOVREL instruction.
Dest <- Ip + ImmData
Instruction syntax:
MOVREL[w|d|q] {@}R1 {Index16}, ImmData16|32|64
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteMOVREL (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute the EBC PUSHn instruction
Instruction syntax:
PUSHn {@}R1 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecutePUSHn (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute the EBC PUSH instruction.
Instruction syntax:
PUSH[32|64] {@}R1 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecutePUSH (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute the EBC POPn instruction.
Instruction syntax:
POPn {@}R1 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecutePOPn (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute the EBC POP instruction.
Instruction syntax:
POPn {@}R1 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecutePOP (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute all the EBC signed data manipulation instructions.
Since the EBC data manipulation instructions all have the same basic form,
they can share the code that does the fetch of operands and the write-back
of the result. This function performs the fetch of the operands (even if
both are not needed to be fetched, like NOT instruction), dispatches to the
appropriate subfunction, then writes back the returned result.
Format:
INSTRUCITON[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Immed16|Index16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteSignedDataManip (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute all the EBC unsigned data manipulation instructions.
Since the EBC data manipulation instructions all have the same basic form,
they can share the code that does the fetch of operands and the write-back
of the result. This function performs the fetch of the operands (even if
both are not needed to be fetched, like NOT instruction), dispatches to the
appropriate subfunction, then writes back the returned result.
Format:
INSTRUCITON[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Immed16|Index16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteUnsignedDataManip (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute the EBC LOADSP instruction.
Instruction syntax:
LOADSP SP1, R2
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteLOADSP (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute the EBC STORESP instruction.
Instruction syntax:
STORESP Rx, FLAGS|IP
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteSTORESP (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute the EBC MOVsnw instruction. This instruction loads a signed
natural value from memory or register to another memory or register. On
32-bit machines, the value gets sign-extended to 64 bits if the destination
is a register.
Instruction syntax:
MOVsnd {@}R1 {Indx32}, {@}R2 {Index32|Immed32}
0:7 1=>operand1 index present
0:6 1=>operand2 index present
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteMOVsnd (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
/**
Execute the EBC MOVsnw instruction. This instruction loads a signed
natural value from memory or register to another memory or register. On
32-bit machines, the value gets sign-extended to 64 bits if the destination
is a register.
Instruction syntax:
MOVsnw {@}R1 {Index16}, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
0:7 1=>operand1 index present
0:6 1=>operand2 index present
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteMOVsnw (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
);
//
// Data manipulation subfunctions
//
/**
Execute the EBC NOT instruction.s
Instruction syntax:
NOT[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return ~Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteNOT (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Execute the EBC NEG instruction.
Instruction syntax:
NEG[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op2 * -1
**/
UINT64
ExecuteNEG (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Execute the EBC ADD instruction.
Instruction syntax:
ADD[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 + Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteADD (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Execute the EBC SUB instruction.
Instruction syntax:
SUB[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 - Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteSUB (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Execute the EBC MUL instruction.
Instruction syntax:
SUB[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 * Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteMUL (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Execute the EBC MULU instruction
Instruction syntax:
MULU[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return (unsigned)Op1 * (unsigned)Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteMULU (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Execute the EBC DIV instruction.
Instruction syntax:
DIV[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 / Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteDIV (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Execute the EBC DIVU instruction
Instruction syntax:
DIVU[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return (unsigned)Op1 / (unsigned)Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteDIVU (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Execute the EBC MOD instruction.
Instruction syntax:
MOD[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 MODULUS Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteMOD (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Execute the EBC MODU instruction.
Instruction syntax:
MODU[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 UNSIGNED_MODULUS Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteMODU (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Execute the EBC AND instruction.
Instruction syntax:
AND[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 AND Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteAND (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Execute the EBC OR instruction.
Instruction syntax:
OR[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 OR Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteOR (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Execute the EBC XOR instruction.
Instruction syntax:
XOR[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 XOR Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteXOR (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Execute the EBC SHL shift left instruction.
Instruction syntax:
SHL[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 << Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteSHL (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Execute the EBC SHR instruction.
Instruction syntax:
SHR[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 >> Op2 (unsigned operands)
**/
UINT64
ExecuteSHR (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Execute the EBC ASHR instruction.
Instruction syntax:
ASHR[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 >> Op2 (signed)
**/
UINT64
ExecuteASHR (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Execute the EBC EXTNDB instruction to sign-extend a byte value.
Instruction syntax:
EXTNDB[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return (INT64)(INT8)Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteEXTNDB (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Execute the EBC EXTNDW instruction to sign-extend a 16-bit value.
Instruction syntax:
EXTNDW[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return (INT64)(INT16)Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteEXTNDW (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
/**
Execute the EBC EXTNDD instruction to sign-extend a 32-bit value.
Instruction syntax:
EXTNDD[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return (INT64)(INT32)Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteEXTNDD (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
);
//
// Once we retrieve the operands for the data manipulation instructions,
// call these functions to perform the operation.
//
CONST DATA_MANIP_EXEC_FUNCTION mDataManipDispatchTable[] = {
ExecuteNOT,
ExecuteNEG,
ExecuteADD,
ExecuteSUB,
ExecuteMUL,
ExecuteMULU,
ExecuteDIV,
ExecuteDIVU,
ExecuteMOD,
ExecuteMODU,
ExecuteAND,
ExecuteOR,
ExecuteXOR,
ExecuteSHL,
ExecuteSHR,
ExecuteASHR,
ExecuteEXTNDB,
ExecuteEXTNDW,
ExecuteEXTNDD,
};
CONST VM_TABLE_ENTRY mVmOpcodeTable[] = {
{ ExecuteBREAK }, // opcode 0x00
{ ExecuteJMP }, // opcode 0x01
{ ExecuteJMP8 }, // opcode 0x02
{ ExecuteCALL }, // opcode 0x03
{ ExecuteRET }, // opcode 0x04
{ ExecuteCMP }, // opcode 0x05 CMPeq
{ ExecuteCMP }, // opcode 0x06 CMPlte
{ ExecuteCMP }, // opcode 0x07 CMPgte
{ ExecuteCMP }, // opcode 0x08 CMPulte
{ ExecuteCMP }, // opcode 0x09 CMPugte
{ ExecuteUnsignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x0A NOT
{ ExecuteSignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x0B NEG
{ ExecuteSignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x0C ADD
{ ExecuteSignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x0D SUB
{ ExecuteSignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x0E MUL
{ ExecuteUnsignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x0F MULU
{ ExecuteSignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x10 DIV
{ ExecuteUnsignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x11 DIVU
{ ExecuteSignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x12 MOD
{ ExecuteUnsignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x13 MODU
{ ExecuteUnsignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x14 AND
{ ExecuteUnsignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x15 OR
{ ExecuteUnsignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x16 XOR
{ ExecuteUnsignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x17 SHL
{ ExecuteUnsignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x18 SHR
{ ExecuteSignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x19 ASHR
{ ExecuteUnsignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x1A EXTNDB
{ ExecuteUnsignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x1B EXTNDW
{ ExecuteUnsignedDataManip }, // opcode 0x1C EXTNDD
{ ExecuteMOVxx }, // opcode 0x1D MOVBW
{ ExecuteMOVxx }, // opcode 0x1E MOVWW
{ ExecuteMOVxx }, // opcode 0x1F MOVDW
{ ExecuteMOVxx }, // opcode 0x20 MOVQW
{ ExecuteMOVxx }, // opcode 0x21 MOVBD
{ ExecuteMOVxx }, // opcode 0x22 MOVWD
{ ExecuteMOVxx }, // opcode 0x23 MOVDD
{ ExecuteMOVxx }, // opcode 0x24 MOVQD
{ ExecuteMOVsnw }, // opcode 0x25 MOVsnw
{ ExecuteMOVsnd }, // opcode 0x26 MOVsnd
{ NULL }, // opcode 0x27
{ ExecuteMOVxx }, // opcode 0x28 MOVqq
{ ExecuteLOADSP }, // opcode 0x29 LOADSP SP1, R2
{ ExecuteSTORESP }, // opcode 0x2A STORESP R1, SP2
{ ExecutePUSH }, // opcode 0x2B PUSH {@}R1 [imm16]
{ ExecutePOP }, // opcode 0x2C POP {@}R1 [imm16]
{ ExecuteCMPI }, // opcode 0x2D CMPIEQ
{ ExecuteCMPI }, // opcode 0x2E CMPILTE
{ ExecuteCMPI }, // opcode 0x2F CMPIGTE
{ ExecuteCMPI }, // opcode 0x30 CMPIULTE
{ ExecuteCMPI }, // opcode 0x31 CMPIUGTE
{ ExecuteMOVxx }, // opcode 0x32 MOVN
{ ExecuteMOVxx }, // opcode 0x33 MOVND
{ NULL }, // opcode 0x34
{ ExecutePUSHn }, // opcode 0x35
{ ExecutePOPn }, // opcode 0x36
{ ExecuteMOVI }, // opcode 0x37 - mov immediate data
{ ExecuteMOVIn }, // opcode 0x38 - mov immediate natural
{ ExecuteMOVREL }, // opcode 0x39 - move data relative to PC
{ NULL }, // opcode 0x3a
{ NULL }, // opcode 0x3b
{ NULL }, // opcode 0x3c
{ NULL }, // opcode 0x3d
{ NULL }, // opcode 0x3e
{ NULL } // opcode 0x3f
};
//
// Length of JMP instructions, depending on upper two bits of opcode.
//
CONST UINT8 mJMPLen[] = { 2, 2, 6, 10 };
/**
Given a pointer to a new VM context, execute one or more instructions. This
function is only used for test purposes via the EBC VM test protocol.
@param This A pointer to the EFI_EBC_VM_TEST_PROTOCOL structure.
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param InstructionCount A pointer to a UINTN value holding the number of
instructions to execute. If it holds value of 0,
then the instruction to be executed is 1.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED At least one of the opcodes is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS All of the instructions are executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
EFIAPI
EbcExecuteInstructions (
IN EFI_EBC_VM_TEST_PROTOCOL *This,
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN OUT UINTN *InstructionCount
)
{
UINTN ExecFunc;
EFI_STATUS Status;
UINTN InstructionsLeft;
UINTN SavedInstructionCount;
Status = EFI_SUCCESS;
if (*InstructionCount == 0) {
InstructionsLeft = 1;
} else {
InstructionsLeft = *InstructionCount;
}
SavedInstructionCount = *InstructionCount;
*InstructionCount = 0;
//
// Index into the opcode table using the opcode byte for this instruction.
// This gives you the execute function, which we first test for null, then
// call it if it's not null.
//
while (InstructionsLeft != 0) {
ExecFunc = (UINTN) mVmOpcodeTable[(*VmPtr->Ip & OPCODE_M_OPCODE)].ExecuteFunction;
if (ExecFunc == (UINTN) NULL) {
EbcDebugSignalException (EXCEPT_EBC_INVALID_OPCODE, EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL, VmPtr);
return EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
} else {
mVmOpcodeTable[(*VmPtr->Ip & OPCODE_M_OPCODE)].ExecuteFunction (VmPtr);
*InstructionCount = *InstructionCount + 1;
}
//
// Decrement counter if applicable
//
if (SavedInstructionCount != 0) {
InstructionsLeft--;
}
}
return Status;
}
/**
Execute an EBC image from an entry point or from a published protocol.
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED At least one of the opcodes is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS All of the instructions are executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
EbcExecute (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
UINTN ExecFunc;
UINT8 StackCorrupted;
EFI_STATUS Status;
EFI_EBC_SIMPLE_DEBUGGER_PROTOCOL *EbcSimpleDebugger;
mVmPtr = VmPtr;
EbcSimpleDebugger = NULL;
Status = EFI_SUCCESS;
StackCorrupted = 0;
//
// Make sure the magic value has been put on the stack before we got here.
//
if (*VmPtr->StackMagicPtr != (UINTN) VM_STACK_KEY_VALUE) {
StackCorrupted = 1;
}
VmPtr->FramePtr = (VOID *) ((UINT8 *) (UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[0] + 8);
//
// Try to get the debug support for EBC
//
DEBUG_CODE_BEGIN ();
Status = gBS->LocateProtocol (
&gEfiEbcSimpleDebuggerProtocolGuid,
NULL,
(VOID **) &EbcSimpleDebugger
);
if (EFI_ERROR (Status)) {
EbcSimpleDebugger = NULL;
}
DEBUG_CODE_END ();
//
// Save the start IP for debug. For example, if we take an exception we
// can print out the location of the exception relative to the entry point,
// which could then be used in a disassembly listing to find the problem.
//
VmPtr->EntryPoint = (VOID *) VmPtr->Ip;
//
// We'll wait for this flag to know when we're done. The RET
// instruction sets it if it runs out of stack.
//
VmPtr->StopFlags = 0;
while ((VmPtr->StopFlags & STOPFLAG_APP_DONE) == 0) {
//
// If we've found a simple debugger protocol, call it
//
DEBUG_CODE_BEGIN ();
if (EbcSimpleDebugger != NULL) {
EbcSimpleDebugger->Debugger (EbcSimpleDebugger, VmPtr);
}
DEBUG_CODE_END ();
//
// Use the opcode bits to index into the opcode dispatch table. If the
// function pointer is null then generate an exception.
//
ExecFunc = (UINTN) mVmOpcodeTable[(*VmPtr->Ip & OPCODE_M_OPCODE)].ExecuteFunction;
if (ExecFunc == (UINTN) NULL) {
EbcDebugSignalException (EXCEPT_EBC_INVALID_OPCODE, EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL, VmPtr);
Status = EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
goto Done;
}
EbcDebuggerHookExecuteStart (VmPtr);
//
// The EBC VM is a strongly ordered processor, so perform a fence operation before
// and after each instruction is executed.
//
MemoryFence ();
mVmOpcodeTable[(*VmPtr->Ip & OPCODE_M_OPCODE)].ExecuteFunction (VmPtr);
MemoryFence ();
EbcDebuggerHookExecuteEnd (VmPtr);
//
// If the step flag is set, signal an exception and continue. We don't
// clear it here. Assuming the debugger is responsible for clearing it.
//
if (VMFLAG_ISSET (VmPtr, VMFLAGS_STEP)) {
EbcDebugSignalException (EXCEPT_EBC_STEP, EXCEPTION_FLAG_NONE, VmPtr);
}
//
// Make sure stack has not been corrupted. Only report it once though.
//
if ((StackCorrupted == 0) && (*VmPtr->StackMagicPtr != (UINTN) VM_STACK_KEY_VALUE)) {
EbcDebugSignalException (EXCEPT_EBC_STACK_FAULT, EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL, VmPtr);
StackCorrupted = 1;
}
if ((StackCorrupted == 0) && ((UINT64)VmPtr->Gpr[0] <= (UINT64)(UINTN) VmPtr->StackTop)) {
EbcDebugSignalException (EXCEPT_EBC_STACK_FAULT, EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL, VmPtr);
StackCorrupted = 1;
}
}
Done:
mVmPtr = NULL;
return Status;
}
/**
Execute the MOVxx instructions.
Instruction format:
MOV[b|w|d|q|n]{w|d} {@}R1 {Index16|32}, {@}R2 {Index16|32}
MOVqq {@}R1 {Index64}, {@}R2 {Index64}
Copies contents of [R2] -> [R1], zero extending where required.
First character indicates the size of the move.
Second character indicates the size of the index(s).
Invalid to have R1 direct with index.
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteMOVxx (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
UINT8 Opcode;
UINT8 OpcMasked;
UINT8 Operands;
UINT8 Size;
UINT8 MoveSize;
INT16 Index16;
INT32 Index32;
INT64 Index64Op1;
INT64 Index64Op2;
UINT64 Data64;
UINT64 DataMask;
UINTN Source;
Opcode = GETOPCODE (VmPtr);
OpcMasked = (UINT8) (Opcode & OPCODE_M_OPCODE);
//
// Get the operands byte so we can get R1 and R2
//
Operands = GETOPERANDS (VmPtr);
//
// Assume no indexes
//
Index64Op1 = 0;
Index64Op2 = 0;
Data64 = 0;
//
// Determine if we have an index/immediate data. Base instruction size
// is 2 (opcode + operands). Add to this size each index specified.
//
Size = 2;
if ((Opcode & (OPCODE_M_IMMED_OP1 | OPCODE_M_IMMED_OP2)) != 0) {
//
// Determine size of the index from the opcode. Then get it.
//
if ((OpcMasked <= OPCODE_MOVQW) || (OpcMasked == OPCODE_MOVNW)) {
//
// MOVBW, MOVWW, MOVDW, MOVQW, and MOVNW have 16-bit immediate index.
// Get one or both index values.
//
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMED_OP1) != 0) {
Index16 = VmReadIndex16 (VmPtr, 2);
Index64Op1 = (INT64) Index16;
Size += sizeof (UINT16);
}
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMED_OP2) != 0) {
Index16 = VmReadIndex16 (VmPtr, Size);
Index64Op2 = (INT64) Index16;
Size += sizeof (UINT16);
}
} else if ((OpcMasked <= OPCODE_MOVQD) || (OpcMasked == OPCODE_MOVND)) {
//
// MOVBD, MOVWD, MOVDD, MOVQD, and MOVND have 32-bit immediate index
//
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMED_OP1) != 0) {
Index32 = VmReadIndex32 (VmPtr, 2);
Index64Op1 = (INT64) Index32;
Size += sizeof (UINT32);
}
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMED_OP2) != 0) {
Index32 = VmReadIndex32 (VmPtr, Size);
Index64Op2 = (INT64) Index32;
Size += sizeof (UINT32);
}
} else if (OpcMasked == OPCODE_MOVQQ) {
//
// MOVqq -- only form with a 64-bit index
//
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMED_OP1) != 0) {
Index64Op1 = VmReadIndex64 (VmPtr, 2);
Size += sizeof (UINT64);
}
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMED_OP2) != 0) {
Index64Op2 = VmReadIndex64 (VmPtr, Size);
Size += sizeof (UINT64);
}
} else {
//
// Obsolete MOVBQ, MOVWQ, MOVDQ, and MOVNQ have 64-bit immediate index
//
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_INSTRUCTION_ENCODING,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL,
VmPtr
);
return EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
}
}
//
// Determine the size of the move, and create a mask for it so we can
// clear unused bits.
//
if ((OpcMasked == OPCODE_MOVBW) || (OpcMasked == OPCODE_MOVBD)) {
MoveSize = DATA_SIZE_8;
DataMask = 0xFF;
} else if ((OpcMasked == OPCODE_MOVWW) || (OpcMasked == OPCODE_MOVWD)) {
MoveSize = DATA_SIZE_16;
DataMask = 0xFFFF;
} else if ((OpcMasked == OPCODE_MOVDW) || (OpcMasked == OPCODE_MOVDD)) {
MoveSize = DATA_SIZE_32;
DataMask = 0xFFFFFFFF;
} else if ((OpcMasked == OPCODE_MOVQW) || (OpcMasked == OPCODE_MOVQD) || (OpcMasked == OPCODE_MOVQQ)) {
MoveSize = DATA_SIZE_64;
DataMask = (UINT64)~0;
} else if ((OpcMasked == OPCODE_MOVNW) || (OpcMasked == OPCODE_MOVND)) {
MoveSize = DATA_SIZE_N;
DataMask = (UINT64)~0 >> (64 - 8 * sizeof (UINTN));
} else {
//
// We were dispatched to this function and we don't recognize the opcode
//
EbcDebugSignalException (EXCEPT_EBC_UNDEFINED, EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL, VmPtr);
return EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
}
//
// Now get the source address
//
if (OPERAND2_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
//
// Indirect form @R2. Compute address of operand2
//
Source = (UINTN) (VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND2_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index64Op2);
//
// Now get the data from the source. Always 0-extend and let the compiler
// sign-extend where required.
//
switch (MoveSize) {
case DATA_SIZE_8:
Data64 = (UINT64) (UINT8) VmReadMem8 (VmPtr, Source);
break;
case DATA_SIZE_16:
Data64 = (UINT64) (UINT16) VmReadMem16 (VmPtr, Source);
break;
case DATA_SIZE_32:
Data64 = (UINT64) (UINT32) VmReadMem32 (VmPtr, Source);
break;
case DATA_SIZE_64:
Data64 = (UINT64) VmReadMem64 (VmPtr, Source);
break;
case DATA_SIZE_N:
Data64 = (UINT64) (UINTN) VmReadMemN (VmPtr, Source);
break;
default:
//
// not reached
//
break;
}
} else {
//
// Not indirect source: MOVxx {@}Rx, Ry [Index]
//
Data64 = (UINT64) (VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND2_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index64Op2);
//
// Did Operand2 have an index? If so, treat as two signed values since
// indexes are signed values.
//
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMED_OP2) != 0) {
//
// NOTE: need to find a way to fix this, most likely by changing the VM
// implementation to remove the stack gap. To do that, we'd need to
// allocate stack space for the VM and actually set the system
// stack pointer to the allocated buffer when the VM starts.
//
// Special case -- if someone took the address of a function parameter
// then we need to make sure it's not in the stack gap. We can identify
// this situation if (Operand2 register == 0) && (Operand2 is direct)
// && (Index applies to Operand2) && (Index > 0) && (Operand1 register != 0)
// Situations that to be aware of:
// * stack adjustments at beginning and end of functions R0 = R0 += stacksize
//
if ((OPERAND2_REGNUM (Operands) == 0) &&
(!OPERAND2_INDIRECT (Operands)) &&
(Index64Op2 > 0) &&
(OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands) == 0) &&
(OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands))
) {
Data64 = (UINT64) ConvertStackAddr (VmPtr, (UINTN) (INT64) Data64);
}
}
}
//
// Now write it back
//
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
//
// Reuse the Source variable to now be dest.
//
Source = (UINTN) (VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index64Op1);
//
// Do the write based on the size
//
switch (MoveSize) {
case DATA_SIZE_8:
VmWriteMem8 (VmPtr, Source, (UINT8) Data64);
break;
case DATA_SIZE_16:
VmWriteMem16 (VmPtr, Source, (UINT16) Data64);
break;
case DATA_SIZE_32:
VmWriteMem32 (VmPtr, Source, (UINT32) Data64);
break;
case DATA_SIZE_64:
VmWriteMem64 (VmPtr, Source, Data64);
break;
case DATA_SIZE_N:
VmWriteMemN (VmPtr, Source, (UINTN) Data64);
break;
default:
//
// not reached
//
break;
}
} else {
//
// Operand1 direct.
// Make sure we didn't have an index on operand1.
//
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMED_OP1) != 0) {
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_INSTRUCTION_ENCODING,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL,
VmPtr
);
return EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
}
//
// Direct storage in register. Clear unused bits and store back to
// register.
//
VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] = Data64 & DataMask;
}
//
// Advance the instruction pointer
//
VmPtr->Ip += Size;
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
/**
Execute the EBC BREAK instruction.
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteBREAK (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
EFI_STATUS Status;
UINT8 Operands;
VOID *EbcEntryPoint;
VOID *Thunk;
UINT64 U64EbcEntryPoint;
INT32 Offset;
Thunk = NULL;
Operands = GETOPERANDS (VmPtr);
switch (Operands) {
//
// Runaway program break. Generate an exception and terminate
//
case 0:
EbcDebugSignalException (EXCEPT_EBC_BAD_BREAK, EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL, VmPtr);
break;
//
// Get VM version -- return VM revision number in R7
//
case 1:
//
// Bits:
// 63-17 = 0
// 16-8 = Major version
// 7-0 = Minor version
//
VmPtr->Gpr[7] = GetVmVersion ();
break;
//
// Debugger breakpoint
//
case 3:
VmPtr->StopFlags |= STOPFLAG_BREAKPOINT;
//
// See if someone has registered a handler
//
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_BREAKPOINT,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_NONE,
VmPtr
);
break;
//
// System call, which there are none, so NOP it.
//
case 4:
break;
//
// Create a thunk for EBC code. R7 points to a 32-bit (in a 64-bit slot)
// "offset from self" pointer to the EBC entry point.
// After we're done, *(UINT64 *)R7 will be the address of the new thunk.
//
case 5:
Offset = (INT32) VmReadMem32 (VmPtr, (UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[7]);
U64EbcEntryPoint = (UINT64) (VmPtr->Gpr[7] + Offset + 4);
EbcEntryPoint = (VOID *) (UINTN) U64EbcEntryPoint;
//
// Now create a new thunk
//
Status = EbcCreateThunks (VmPtr->ImageHandle, EbcEntryPoint, &Thunk, 0);
if (EFI_ERROR (Status)) {
return Status;
}
//
// Finally replace the EBC entry point memory with the thunk address
//
VmWriteMem64 (VmPtr, (UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[7], (UINT64) (UINTN) Thunk);
break;
//
// Compiler setting version per value in R7
//
case 6:
VmPtr->CompilerVersion = (UINT32) VmPtr->Gpr[7];
//
// Check compiler version against VM version?
//
break;
//
// Unhandled break code. Signal exception.
//
default:
EbcDebugSignalException (EXCEPT_EBC_BAD_BREAK, EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL, VmPtr);
break;
}
//
// Advance IP
//
VmPtr->Ip += 2;
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
/**
Execute the JMP instruction.
Instruction syntax:
JMP64{cs|cc} Immed64
JMP32{cs|cc} {@}R1 {Immed32|Index32}
Encoding:
b0.7 - immediate data present
b0.6 - 1 = 64 bit immediate data
0 = 32 bit immediate data
b1.7 - 1 = conditional
b1.6 1 = CS (condition set)
0 = CC (condition clear)
b1.4 1 = relative address
0 = absolute address
b1.3 1 = operand1 indirect
b1.2-0 operand 1
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteJMP (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
UINT8 Opcode;
UINT8 CompareSet;
UINT8 ConditionFlag;
UINT8 Size;
UINT8 Operand;
UINT64 Data64;
INT32 Index32;
UINTN Addr;
Operand = GETOPERANDS (VmPtr);
Opcode = GETOPCODE (VmPtr);
//
// Get instruction length from the opcode. The upper two bits are used here
// to index into the length array.
//
Size = mJMPLen[(Opcode >> 6) & 0x03];
//
// Decode instruction conditions
// If we haven't met the condition, then simply advance the IP and return.
//
CompareSet = (UINT8) (((Operand & JMP_M_CS) != 0) ? 1 : 0);
ConditionFlag = (UINT8) VMFLAG_ISSET (VmPtr, VMFLAGS_CC);
if ((Operand & CONDITION_M_CONDITIONAL) != 0) {
if (CompareSet != ConditionFlag) {
EbcDebuggerHookJMPStart (VmPtr);
VmPtr->Ip += Size;
EbcDebuggerHookJMPEnd (VmPtr);
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
}
//
// Check for 64-bit form and do it right away since it's the most
// straight-forward form.
//
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMDATA64) != 0) {
//
// Double check for immediate-data, which is required. If not there,
// then signal an exception
//
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMDATA) == 0) {
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_INSTRUCTION_ENCODING,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_ERROR,
VmPtr
);
return EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
}
//
// 64-bit immediate data is full address. Read the immediate data,
// check for alignment, and jump absolute.
//
Data64 = (UINT64) VmReadImmed64 (VmPtr, 2);
if (!IS_ALIGNED ((UINTN) Data64, sizeof (UINT16))) {
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_ALIGNMENT_CHECK,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL,
VmPtr
);
return EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
}
//
// Take jump -- relative or absolute
//
EbcDebuggerHookJMPStart (VmPtr);
if ((Operand & JMP_M_RELATIVE) != 0) {
VmPtr->Ip += (UINTN) Data64 + Size;
} else {
VmPtr->Ip = (VMIP) (UINTN) Data64;
}
EbcDebuggerHookJMPEnd (VmPtr);
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
//
// 32-bit forms:
// Get the index if there is one. May be either an index, or an immediate
// offset depending on indirect operand.
// JMP32 @R1 Index32 -- immediate data is an index
// JMP32 R1 Immed32 -- immedate data is an offset
//
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMDATA) != 0) {
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operand)) {
Index32 = VmReadIndex32 (VmPtr, 2);
} else {
Index32 = VmReadImmed32 (VmPtr, 2);
}
} else {
Index32 = 0;
}
//
// Get the register data. If R == 0, then special case where it's ignored.
//
if (OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operand) == 0) {
Data64 = 0;
} else {
Data64 = (UINT64) OPERAND1_REGDATA (VmPtr, Operand);
}
//
// Decode the forms
//
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operand)) {
//
// Form: JMP32 @Rx {Index32}
//
Addr = VmReadMemN (VmPtr, (UINTN) Data64 + Index32);
if (!IS_ALIGNED ((UINTN) Addr, sizeof (UINT16))) {
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_ALIGNMENT_CHECK,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL,
VmPtr
);
return EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
}
EbcDebuggerHookJMPStart (VmPtr);
if ((Operand & JMP_M_RELATIVE) != 0) {
VmPtr->Ip += (UINTN) Addr + Size;
} else {
VmPtr->Ip = (VMIP) Addr;
}
EbcDebuggerHookJMPEnd (VmPtr);
} else {
//
// Form: JMP32 Rx {Immed32}
//
Addr = (UINTN) (Data64 + Index32);
if (!IS_ALIGNED ((UINTN) Addr, sizeof (UINT16))) {
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_ALIGNMENT_CHECK,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL,
VmPtr
);
return EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
}
EbcDebuggerHookJMPStart (VmPtr);
if ((Operand & JMP_M_RELATIVE) != 0) {
VmPtr->Ip += (UINTN) Addr + Size;
} else {
VmPtr->Ip = (VMIP) Addr;
}
EbcDebuggerHookJMPEnd (VmPtr);
}
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
/**
Execute the EBC JMP8 instruction.
Instruction syntax:
JMP8{cs|cc} Offset/2
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteJMP8 (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
UINT8 Opcode;
UINT8 ConditionFlag;
UINT8 CompareSet;
INT8 Offset;
//
// Decode instruction.
//
Opcode = GETOPCODE (VmPtr);
CompareSet = (UINT8) (((Opcode & JMP_M_CS) != 0) ? 1 : 0);
ConditionFlag = (UINT8) VMFLAG_ISSET (VmPtr, VMFLAGS_CC);
//
// If we haven't met the condition, then simply advance the IP and return
//
if ((Opcode & CONDITION_M_CONDITIONAL) != 0) {
if (CompareSet != ConditionFlag) {
EbcDebuggerHookJMP8Start (VmPtr);
VmPtr->Ip += 2;
EbcDebuggerHookJMP8End (VmPtr);
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
}
//
// Get the offset from the instruction stream. It's relative to the
// following instruction, and divided by 2.
//
Offset = VmReadImmed8 (VmPtr, 1);
//
// Want to check for offset == -2 and then raise an exception?
//
EbcDebuggerHookJMP8Start (VmPtr);
VmPtr->Ip += (Offset * 2) + 2;
EbcDebuggerHookJMP8End (VmPtr);
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
/**
Execute the EBC MOVI.
Instruction syntax:
MOVI[b|w|d|q][w|d|q] {@}R1 {Index16}, ImmData16|32|64
First variable character specifies the move size
Second variable character specifies size of the immediate data
Sign-extend the immediate data to the size of the operation, and zero-extend
if storing to a register.
Operand1 direct with index/immed is invalid.
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteMOVI (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
UINT8 Opcode;
UINT8 Operands;
UINT8 Size;
INT16 Index16;
INT64 ImmData64;
UINT64 Op1;
UINT64 Mask64;
//
// Get the opcode and operands byte so we can get R1 and R2
//
Opcode = GETOPCODE (VmPtr);
Operands = GETOPERANDS (VmPtr);
//
// Get the index (16-bit) if present
//
if ((Operands & MOVI_M_IMMDATA) != 0) {
Index16 = VmReadIndex16 (VmPtr, 2);
Size = 4;
} else {
Index16 = 0;
Size = 2;
}
//
// Extract the immediate data. Sign-extend always.
//
if ((Opcode & MOVI_M_DATAWIDTH) == MOVI_DATAWIDTH16) {
ImmData64 = (INT64) (INT16) VmReadImmed16 (VmPtr, Size);
Size += 2;
} else if ((Opcode & MOVI_M_DATAWIDTH) == MOVI_DATAWIDTH32) {
ImmData64 = (INT64) (INT32) VmReadImmed32 (VmPtr, Size);
Size += 4;
} else if ((Opcode & MOVI_M_DATAWIDTH) == MOVI_DATAWIDTH64) {
ImmData64 = (INT64) VmReadImmed64 (VmPtr, Size);
Size += 8;
} else {
//
// Invalid encoding
//
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_INSTRUCTION_ENCODING,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL,
VmPtr
);
return EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
}
//
// Now write back the result
//
if (!OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
//
// Operand1 direct. Make sure it didn't have an index.
//
if ((Operands & MOVI_M_IMMDATA) != 0) {
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_INSTRUCTION_ENCODING,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL,
VmPtr
);
return EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
}
//
// Writing directly to a register. Clear unused bits.
//
if ((Operands & MOVI_M_MOVEWIDTH) == MOVI_MOVEWIDTH8) {
Mask64 = 0x000000FF;
} else if ((Operands & MOVI_M_MOVEWIDTH) == MOVI_MOVEWIDTH16) {
Mask64 = 0x0000FFFF;
} else if ((Operands & MOVI_M_MOVEWIDTH) == MOVI_MOVEWIDTH32) {
Mask64 = 0x00000000FFFFFFFF;
} else {
Mask64 = (UINT64)~0;
}
VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] = ImmData64 & Mask64;
} else {
//
// Get the address then write back based on size of the move
//
Op1 = (UINT64) VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index16;
if ((Operands & MOVI_M_MOVEWIDTH) == MOVI_MOVEWIDTH8) {
VmWriteMem8 (VmPtr, (UINTN) Op1, (UINT8) ImmData64);
} else if ((Operands & MOVI_M_MOVEWIDTH) == MOVI_MOVEWIDTH16) {
VmWriteMem16 (VmPtr, (UINTN) Op1, (UINT16) ImmData64);
} else if ((Operands & MOVI_M_MOVEWIDTH) == MOVI_MOVEWIDTH32) {
VmWriteMem32 (VmPtr, (UINTN) Op1, (UINT32) ImmData64);
} else {
VmWriteMem64 (VmPtr, (UINTN) Op1, (UINT64) ImmData64);
}
}
//
// Advance the instruction pointer
//
VmPtr->Ip += Size;
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
/**
Execute the EBC MOV immediate natural. This instruction moves an immediate
index value into a register or memory location.
Instruction syntax:
MOVIn[w|d|q] {@}R1 {Index16}, Index16|32|64
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteMOVIn (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
UINT8 Opcode;
UINT8 Operands;
UINT8 Size;
INT16 Index16;
INT16 ImmedIndex16;
INT32 ImmedIndex32;
INT64 ImmedIndex64;
UINT64 Op1;
//
// Get the opcode and operands byte so we can get R1 and R2
//
Opcode = GETOPCODE (VmPtr);
Operands = GETOPERANDS (VmPtr);
//
// Get the operand1 index (16-bit) if present
//
if ((Operands & MOVI_M_IMMDATA) != 0) {
Index16 = VmReadIndex16 (VmPtr, 2);
Size = 4;
} else {
Index16 = 0;
Size = 2;
}
//
// Extract the immediate data and convert to a 64-bit index.
//
if ((Opcode & MOVI_M_DATAWIDTH) == MOVI_DATAWIDTH16) {
ImmedIndex16 = VmReadIndex16 (VmPtr, Size);
ImmedIndex64 = (INT64) ImmedIndex16;
Size += 2;
} else if ((Opcode & MOVI_M_DATAWIDTH) == MOVI_DATAWIDTH32) {
ImmedIndex32 = VmReadIndex32 (VmPtr, Size);
ImmedIndex64 = (INT64) ImmedIndex32;
Size += 4;
} else if ((Opcode & MOVI_M_DATAWIDTH) == MOVI_DATAWIDTH64) {
ImmedIndex64 = VmReadIndex64 (VmPtr, Size);
Size += 8;
} else {
//
// Invalid encoding
//
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_INSTRUCTION_ENCODING,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL,
VmPtr
);
return EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
}
//
// Now write back the result
//
if (!OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
//
// Check for MOVIn R1 Index16, Immed (not indirect, with index), which
// is illegal
//
if ((Operands & MOVI_M_IMMDATA) != 0) {
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_INSTRUCTION_ENCODING,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL,
VmPtr
);
return EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
}
VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] = ImmedIndex64;
} else {
//
// Get the address
//
Op1 = (UINT64) VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index16;
VmWriteMemN (VmPtr, (UINTN) Op1, (UINTN)(INTN) ImmedIndex64);
}
//
// Advance the instruction pointer
//
VmPtr->Ip += Size;
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
/**
Execute the EBC MOVREL instruction.
Dest <- Ip + ImmData
Instruction syntax:
MOVREL[w|d|q] {@}R1 {Index16}, ImmData16|32|64
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteMOVREL (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
UINT8 Opcode;
UINT8 Operands;
UINT8 Size;
INT16 Index16;
INT64 ImmData64;
UINT64 Op1;
UINT64 Op2;
//
// Get the opcode and operands byte so we can get R1 and R2
//
Opcode = GETOPCODE (VmPtr);
Operands = GETOPERANDS (VmPtr);
//
// Get the Operand 1 index (16-bit) if present
//
if ((Operands & MOVI_M_IMMDATA) != 0) {
Index16 = VmReadIndex16 (VmPtr, 2);
Size = 4;
} else {
Index16 = 0;
Size = 2;
}
//
// Get the immediate data.
//
if ((Opcode & MOVI_M_DATAWIDTH) == MOVI_DATAWIDTH16) {
ImmData64 = (INT64) VmReadImmed16 (VmPtr, Size);
Size += 2;
} else if ((Opcode & MOVI_M_DATAWIDTH) == MOVI_DATAWIDTH32) {
ImmData64 = (INT64) VmReadImmed32 (VmPtr, Size);
Size += 4;
} else if ((Opcode & MOVI_M_DATAWIDTH) == MOVI_DATAWIDTH64) {
ImmData64 = VmReadImmed64 (VmPtr, Size);
Size += 8;
} else {
//
// Invalid encoding
//
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_INSTRUCTION_ENCODING,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL,
VmPtr
);
return EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
}
//
// Compute the value and write back the result
//
Op2 = (UINT64) ((INT64) ((UINT64) (UINTN) VmPtr->Ip) + (INT64) ImmData64 + Size);
if (!OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
//
// Check for illegal combination of operand1 direct with immediate data
//
if ((Operands & MOVI_M_IMMDATA) != 0) {
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_INSTRUCTION_ENCODING,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL,
VmPtr
);
return EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
}
VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] = (VM_REGISTER) Op2;
} else {
//
// Get the address = [Rx] + Index16
// Write back the result. Always a natural size write, since
// we're talking addresses here.
//
Op1 = (UINT64) VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index16;
VmWriteMemN (VmPtr, (UINTN) Op1, (UINTN) Op2);
}
//
// Advance the instruction pointer
//
VmPtr->Ip += Size;
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
/**
Execute the EBC MOVsnw instruction. This instruction loads a signed
natural value from memory or register to another memory or register. On
32-bit machines, the value gets sign-extended to 64 bits if the destination
is a register.
Instruction syntax:
MOVsnw {@}R1 {Index16}, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
0:7 1=>operand1 index present
0:6 1=>operand2 index present
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteMOVsnw (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
UINT8 Opcode;
UINT8 Operands;
UINT8 Size;
INT16 Op1Index;
INT16 Op2Index;
UINT64 Op2;
//
// Get the opcode and operand bytes
//
Opcode = GETOPCODE (VmPtr);
Operands = GETOPERANDS (VmPtr);
Op1Index = Op2Index = 0;
//
// Get the indexes if present.
//
Size = 2;
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMED_OP1) !=0) {
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
Op1Index = VmReadIndex16 (VmPtr, 2);
} else {
//
// Illegal form operand1 direct with index: MOVsnw R1 Index16, {@}R2
//
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_INSTRUCTION_ENCODING,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL,
VmPtr
);
return EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
}
Size += sizeof (UINT16);
}
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMED_OP2) != 0) {
if (OPERAND2_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
Op2Index = VmReadIndex16 (VmPtr, Size);
} else {
Op2Index = VmReadImmed16 (VmPtr, Size);
}
Size += sizeof (UINT16);
}
//
// Get the data from the source.
//
Op2 = (UINT64)(INT64)(INTN)(VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND2_REGNUM (Operands)] + Op2Index);
if (OPERAND2_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
Op2 = (UINT64)(INT64)(INTN)VmReadMemN (VmPtr, (UINTN) Op2);
}
//
// Now write back the result.
//
if (!OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] = Op2;
} else {
VmWriteMemN (VmPtr, (UINTN) (VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] + Op1Index), (UINTN) Op2);
}
//
// Advance the instruction pointer
//
VmPtr->Ip += Size;
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
/**
Execute the EBC MOVsnw instruction. This instruction loads a signed
natural value from memory or register to another memory or register. On
32-bit machines, the value gets sign-extended to 64 bits if the destination
is a register.
Instruction syntax:
MOVsnd {@}R1 {Indx32}, {@}R2 {Index32|Immed32}
0:7 1=>operand1 index present
0:6 1=>operand2 index present
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteMOVsnd (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
UINT8 Opcode;
UINT8 Operands;
UINT8 Size;
INT32 Op1Index;
INT32 Op2Index;
UINT64 Op2;
//
// Get the opcode and operand bytes
//
Opcode = GETOPCODE (VmPtr);
Operands = GETOPERANDS (VmPtr);
Op1Index = Op2Index = 0;
//
// Get the indexes if present.
//
Size = 2;
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMED_OP1) != 0) {
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
Op1Index = VmReadIndex32 (VmPtr, 2);
} else {
//
// Illegal form operand1 direct with index: MOVsnd R1 Index16,..
//
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_INSTRUCTION_ENCODING,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL,
VmPtr
);
return EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
}
Size += sizeof (UINT32);
}
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMED_OP2) != 0) {
if (OPERAND2_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
Op2Index = VmReadIndex32 (VmPtr, Size);
} else {
Op2Index = VmReadImmed32 (VmPtr, Size);
}
Size += sizeof (UINT32);
}
//
// Get the data from the source.
//
Op2 = (UINT64)(INT64)(INTN)(INT64)(VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND2_REGNUM (Operands)] + Op2Index);
if (OPERAND2_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
Op2 = (UINT64)(INT64)(INTN)(INT64)VmReadMemN (VmPtr, (UINTN) Op2);
}
//
// Now write back the result.
//
if (!OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] = Op2;
} else {
VmWriteMemN (VmPtr, (UINTN) (VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] + Op1Index), (UINTN) Op2);
}
//
// Advance the instruction pointer
//
VmPtr->Ip += Size;
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
/**
Execute the EBC PUSHn instruction
Instruction syntax:
PUSHn {@}R1 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecutePUSHn (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
UINT8 Opcode;
UINT8 Operands;
INT16 Index16;
UINTN DataN;
//
// Get opcode and operands
//
Opcode = GETOPCODE (VmPtr);
Operands = GETOPERANDS (VmPtr);
//
// Get index if present
//
if ((Opcode & PUSHPOP_M_IMMDATA) != 0) {
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
Index16 = VmReadIndex16 (VmPtr, 2);
} else {
Index16 = VmReadImmed16 (VmPtr, 2);
}
VmPtr->Ip += 4;
} else {
Index16 = 0;
VmPtr->Ip += 2;
}
//
// Get the data to push
//
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
DataN = VmReadMemN (VmPtr, (UINTN) (VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index16));
} else {
DataN = (UINTN) (VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index16);
}
//
// Adjust the stack down.
//
VmPtr->Gpr[0] -= sizeof (UINTN);
VmWriteMemN (VmPtr, (UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[0], DataN);
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
/**
Execute the EBC PUSH instruction.
Instruction syntax:
PUSH[32|64] {@}R1 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecutePUSH (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
UINT8 Opcode;
UINT8 Operands;
UINT32 Data32;
UINT64 Data64;
INT16 Index16;
//
// Get opcode and operands
//
Opcode = GETOPCODE (VmPtr);
Operands = GETOPERANDS (VmPtr);
//
// Get immediate index if present, then advance the IP.
//
if ((Opcode & PUSHPOP_M_IMMDATA) != 0) {
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
Index16 = VmReadIndex16 (VmPtr, 2);
} else {
Index16 = VmReadImmed16 (VmPtr, 2);
}
VmPtr->Ip += 4;
} else {
Index16 = 0;
VmPtr->Ip += 2;
}
//
// Get the data to push
//
if ((Opcode & PUSHPOP_M_64) != 0) {
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
Data64 = VmReadMem64 (VmPtr, (UINTN) (VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index16));
} else {
Data64 = (UINT64) VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index16;
}
//
// Adjust the stack down, then write back the data
//
VmPtr->Gpr[0] -= sizeof (UINT64);
VmWriteMem64 (VmPtr, (UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[0], Data64);
} else {
//
// 32-bit data
//
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
Data32 = VmReadMem32 (VmPtr, (UINTN) (VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index16));
} else {
Data32 = (UINT32) VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index16;
}
//
// Adjust the stack down and write the data
//
VmPtr->Gpr[0] -= sizeof (UINT32);
VmWriteMem32 (VmPtr, (UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[0], Data32);
}
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
/**
Execute the EBC POPn instruction.
Instruction syntax:
POPn {@}R1 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecutePOPn (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
UINT8 Opcode;
UINT8 Operands;
INT16 Index16;
UINTN DataN;
//
// Get opcode and operands
//
Opcode = GETOPCODE (VmPtr);
Operands = GETOPERANDS (VmPtr);
//
// Get immediate data if present, and advance the IP
//
if ((Opcode & PUSHPOP_M_IMMDATA) != 0) {
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
Index16 = VmReadIndex16 (VmPtr, 2);
} else {
Index16 = VmReadImmed16 (VmPtr, 2);
}
VmPtr->Ip += 4;
} else {
Index16 = 0;
VmPtr->Ip += 2;
}
//
// Read the data off the stack, then adjust the stack pointer
//
DataN = VmReadMemN (VmPtr, (UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[0]);
VmPtr->Gpr[0] += sizeof (UINTN);
//
// Do the write-back
//
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
VmWriteMemN (VmPtr, (UINTN) (VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index16), DataN);
} else {
VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] = (INT64) (UINT64) (UINTN) (DataN + Index16);
}
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
/**
Execute the EBC POP instruction.
Instruction syntax:
POPn {@}R1 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecutePOP (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
UINT8 Opcode;
UINT8 Operands;
INT16 Index16;
INT32 Data32;
UINT64 Data64;
//
// Get opcode and operands
//
Opcode = GETOPCODE (VmPtr);
Operands = GETOPERANDS (VmPtr);
//
// Get immediate data if present, and advance the IP.
//
if ((Opcode & PUSHPOP_M_IMMDATA) != 0) {
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
Index16 = VmReadIndex16 (VmPtr, 2);
} else {
Index16 = VmReadImmed16 (VmPtr, 2);
}
VmPtr->Ip += 4;
} else {
Index16 = 0;
VmPtr->Ip += 2;
}
//
// Get the data off the stack, then write it to the appropriate location
//
if ((Opcode & PUSHPOP_M_64) != 0) {
//
// Read the data off the stack, then adjust the stack pointer
//
Data64 = VmReadMem64 (VmPtr, (UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[0]);
VmPtr->Gpr[0] += sizeof (UINT64);
//
// Do the write-back
//
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
VmWriteMem64 (VmPtr, (UINTN) (VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index16), Data64);
} else {
VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] = Data64 + Index16;
}
} else {
//
// 32-bit pop. Read it off the stack and adjust the stack pointer
//
Data32 = (INT32) VmReadMem32 (VmPtr, (UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[0]);
VmPtr->Gpr[0] += sizeof (UINT32);
//
// Do the write-back
//
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
VmWriteMem32 (VmPtr, (UINTN) (VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index16), Data32);
} else {
VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] = (INT64) Data32 + Index16;
}
}
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
/**
Implements the EBC CALL instruction.
Instruction format:
CALL64 Immed64
CALL32 {@}R1 {Immed32|Index32}
CALLEX64 Immed64
CALLEX16 {@}R1 {Immed32}
If Rx == R0, then it's a PC relative call to PC = PC + imm32.
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteCALL (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
UINT8 Opcode;
UINT8 Operands;
INT32 Immed32;
UINT8 Size;
INT64 Immed64;
VOID *FramePtr;
//
// Get opcode and operands
//
Opcode = GETOPCODE (VmPtr);
Operands = GETOPERANDS (VmPtr);
if ((Operands & OPERAND_M_NATIVE_CALL) != 0) {
EbcDebuggerHookCALLEXStart (VmPtr);
} else {
EbcDebuggerHookCALLStart (VmPtr);
}
//
// Assign these as well to avoid compiler warnings
//
Immed64 = 0;
Immed32 = 0;
FramePtr = VmPtr->FramePtr;
//
// Determine the instruction size, and get immediate data if present
//
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMDATA) != 0) {
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMDATA64) != 0) {
Immed64 = VmReadImmed64 (VmPtr, 2);
Size = 10;
} else {
//
// If register operand is indirect, then the immediate data is an index
//
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
Immed32 = VmReadIndex32 (VmPtr, 2);
} else {
Immed32 = VmReadImmed32 (VmPtr, 2);
}
Size = 6;
}
} else {
Size = 2;
}
//
// If it's a call to EBC, adjust the stack pointer down 16 bytes and
// put our return address and frame pointer on the VM stack.
//
if ((Operands & OPERAND_M_NATIVE_CALL) == 0) {
VmPtr->Gpr[0] -= 8;
VmWriteMemN (VmPtr, (UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[0], (UINTN) FramePtr);
VmPtr->FramePtr = (VOID *) (UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[0];
VmPtr->Gpr[0] -= 8;
VmWriteMem64 (VmPtr, (UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[0], (UINT64) (UINTN) (VmPtr->Ip + Size));
}
//
// If 64-bit data, then absolute jump only
//
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMDATA64) != 0) {
//
// Native or EBC call?
//
if ((Operands & OPERAND_M_NATIVE_CALL) == 0) {
VmPtr->Ip = (VMIP) (UINTN) Immed64;
} else {
//
// Call external function, get the return value, and advance the IP
//
EbcLLCALLEX (VmPtr, (UINTN) Immed64, (UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[0], FramePtr, Size);
}
} else {
//
// Get the register data. If operand1 == 0, then ignore register and
// take immediate data as relative or absolute address.
// Compiler should take care of upper bits if 32-bit machine.
//
if (OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands) != 0) {
Immed64 = (UINT64) (UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)];
}
//
// Get final address
//
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
Immed64 = (INT64) (UINT64) (UINTN) VmReadMemN (VmPtr, (UINTN) (Immed64 + Immed32));
} else {
Immed64 += Immed32;
}
//
// Now determine if external call, and then if relative or absolute
//
if ((Operands & OPERAND_M_NATIVE_CALL) == 0) {
//
// EBC call. Relative or absolute? If relative, then it's relative to the
// start of the next instruction.
//
if ((Operands & OPERAND_M_RELATIVE_ADDR) != 0) {
VmPtr->Ip += Immed64 + Size;
} else {
VmPtr->Ip = (VMIP) (UINTN) Immed64;
}
} else {
//
// Native call. Relative or absolute?
//
if ((Operands & OPERAND_M_RELATIVE_ADDR) != 0) {
EbcLLCALLEX (VmPtr, (UINTN) (Immed64 + VmPtr->Ip + Size), (UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[0], FramePtr, Size);
} else {
if ((VmPtr->StopFlags & STOPFLAG_BREAK_ON_CALLEX) != 0) {
CpuBreakpoint ();
}
EbcLLCALLEX (VmPtr, (UINTN) Immed64, (UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[0], FramePtr, Size);
}
}
}
if ((Operands & OPERAND_M_NATIVE_CALL) != 0) {
EbcDebuggerHookCALLEXEnd (VmPtr);
} else {
EbcDebuggerHookCALLEnd (VmPtr);
}
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
/**
Execute the EBC RET instruction.
Instruction syntax:
RET
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteRET (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
EbcDebuggerHookRETStart (VmPtr);
//
// If we're at the top of the stack, then simply set the done
// flag and return
//
if (VmPtr->StackRetAddr == (UINT64) VmPtr->Gpr[0]) {
VmPtr->StopFlags |= STOPFLAG_APP_DONE;
} else {
//
// Pull the return address off the VM app's stack and set the IP
// to it
//
if (!IS_ALIGNED ((UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[0], sizeof (UINT16))) {
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_ALIGNMENT_CHECK,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL,
VmPtr
);
}
//
// Restore the IP and frame pointer from the stack
//
VmPtr->Ip = (VMIP) (UINTN) VmReadMem64 (VmPtr, (UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[0]);
VmPtr->Gpr[0] += 8;
VmPtr->FramePtr = (VOID *) VmReadMemN (VmPtr, (UINTN) VmPtr->Gpr[0]);
VmPtr->Gpr[0] += 8;
}
EbcDebuggerHookRETEnd (VmPtr);
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
/**
Execute the EBC CMP instruction.
Instruction syntax:
CMP[32|64][eq|lte|gte|ulte|ugte] R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteCMP (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
UINT8 Opcode;
UINT8 Operands;
UINT8 Size;
INT16 Index16;
UINT32 Flag;
INT64 Op2;
INT64 Op1;
//
// Get opcode and operands
//
Opcode = GETOPCODE (VmPtr);
Operands = GETOPERANDS (VmPtr);
//
// Get the register data we're going to compare to
//
Op1 = VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)];
//
// Get immediate data
//
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_IMMDATA) != 0) {
if (OPERAND2_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
Index16 = VmReadIndex16 (VmPtr, 2);
} else {
Index16 = VmReadImmed16 (VmPtr, 2);
}
Size = 4;
} else {
Index16 = 0;
Size = 2;
}
//
// Now get Op2
//
if (OPERAND2_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_64BIT) != 0) {
Op2 = (INT64) VmReadMem64 (VmPtr, (UINTN) (VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND2_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index16));
} else {
//
// 32-bit operations. 0-extend the values for all cases.
//
Op2 = (INT64) (UINT64) ((UINT32) VmReadMem32 (VmPtr, (UINTN) (VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND2_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index16)));
}
} else {
Op2 = VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND2_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index16;
}
//
// Now do the compare
//
Flag = 0;
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_64BIT) != 0) {
//
// 64-bit compares
//
switch (Opcode & OPCODE_M_OPCODE) {
case OPCODE_CMPEQ:
if (Op1 == Op2) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
case OPCODE_CMPLTE:
if (Op1 <= Op2) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
case OPCODE_CMPGTE:
if (Op1 >= Op2) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
case OPCODE_CMPULTE:
if ((UINT64) Op1 <= (UINT64) Op2) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
case OPCODE_CMPUGTE:
if ((UINT64) Op1 >= (UINT64) Op2) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
default:
ASSERT (0);
}
} else {
//
// 32-bit compares
//
switch (Opcode & OPCODE_M_OPCODE) {
case OPCODE_CMPEQ:
if ((INT32) Op1 == (INT32) Op2) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
case OPCODE_CMPLTE:
if ((INT32) Op1 <= (INT32) Op2) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
case OPCODE_CMPGTE:
if ((INT32) Op1 >= (INT32) Op2) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
case OPCODE_CMPULTE:
if ((UINT32) Op1 <= (UINT32) Op2) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
case OPCODE_CMPUGTE:
if ((UINT32) Op1 >= (UINT32) Op2) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
default:
ASSERT (0);
}
}
//
// Now set the flag accordingly for the comparison
//
if (Flag != 0) {
VMFLAG_SET (VmPtr, VMFLAGS_CC);
} else {
VMFLAG_CLEAR (VmPtr, (UINT64)VMFLAGS_CC);
}
//
// Advance the IP
//
VmPtr->Ip += Size;
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
/**
Execute the EBC CMPI instruction
Instruction syntax:
CMPI[32|64]{w|d}[eq|lte|gte|ulte|ugte] {@}Rx {Index16}, Immed16|Immed32
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteCMPI (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
UINT8 Opcode;
UINT8 Operands;
UINT8 Size;
INT64 Op1;
INT64 Op2;
INT16 Index16;
UINT32 Flag;
//
// Get opcode and operands
//
Opcode = GETOPCODE (VmPtr);
Operands = GETOPERANDS (VmPtr);
//
// Get operand1 index if present
//
Size = 2;
if ((Operands & OPERAND_M_CMPI_INDEX) != 0) {
Index16 = VmReadIndex16 (VmPtr, 2);
Size += 2;
} else {
Index16 = 0;
}
//
// Get operand1 data we're going to compare to
//
Op1 = (INT64) VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)];
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
//
// Indirect operand1. Fetch 32 or 64-bit value based on compare size.
//
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_CMPI64) != 0) {
Op1 = (INT64) VmReadMem64 (VmPtr, (UINTN) Op1 + Index16);
} else {
Op1 = (INT64) VmReadMem32 (VmPtr, (UINTN) Op1 + Index16);
}
} else {
//
// Better not have been an index with direct. That is, CMPI R1 Index,...
// is illegal.
//
if ((Operands & OPERAND_M_CMPI_INDEX) != 0) {
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_INSTRUCTION_ENCODING,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_ERROR,
VmPtr
);
VmPtr->Ip += Size;
return EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
}
}
//
// Get immediate data -- 16- or 32-bit sign extended
//
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_CMPI32_DATA) != 0) {
Op2 = (INT64) VmReadImmed32 (VmPtr, Size);
Size += 4;
} else {
//
// 16-bit immediate data. Sign extend always.
//
Op2 = (INT64) ((INT16) VmReadImmed16 (VmPtr, Size));
Size += 2;
}
//
// Now do the compare
//
Flag = 0;
if ((Opcode & OPCODE_M_CMPI64) != 0) {
//
// 64 bit comparison
//
switch (Opcode & OPCODE_M_OPCODE) {
case OPCODE_CMPIEQ:
if (Op1 == (INT64) Op2) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
case OPCODE_CMPILTE:
if (Op1 <= (INT64) Op2) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
case OPCODE_CMPIGTE:
if (Op1 >= (INT64) Op2) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
case OPCODE_CMPIULTE:
if ((UINT64) Op1 <= (UINT64) ((UINT32) Op2)) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
case OPCODE_CMPIUGTE:
if ((UINT64) Op1 >= (UINT64) ((UINT32) Op2)) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
default:
ASSERT (0);
}
} else {
//
// 32-bit comparisons
//
switch (Opcode & OPCODE_M_OPCODE) {
case OPCODE_CMPIEQ:
if ((INT32) Op1 == Op2) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
case OPCODE_CMPILTE:
if ((INT32) Op1 <= Op2) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
case OPCODE_CMPIGTE:
if ((INT32) Op1 >= Op2) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
case OPCODE_CMPIULTE:
if ((UINT32) Op1 <= (UINT32) Op2) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
case OPCODE_CMPIUGTE:
if ((UINT32) Op1 >= (UINT32) Op2) {
Flag = 1;
}
break;
default:
ASSERT (0);
}
}
//
// Now set the flag accordingly for the comparison
//
if (Flag != 0) {
VMFLAG_SET (VmPtr, VMFLAGS_CC);
} else {
VMFLAG_CLEAR (VmPtr, (UINT64)VMFLAGS_CC);
}
//
// Advance the IP
//
VmPtr->Ip += Size;
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
/**
Execute the EBC NOT instruction.s
Instruction syntax:
NOT[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return ~Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteNOT (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
return ~Op2;
}
/**
Execute the EBC NEG instruction.
Instruction syntax:
NEG[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op2 * -1
**/
UINT64
ExecuteNEG (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
return ~Op2 + 1;
}
/**
Execute the EBC ADD instruction.
Instruction syntax:
ADD[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 + Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteADD (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
return Op1 + Op2;
}
/**
Execute the EBC SUB instruction.
Instruction syntax:
SUB[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 - Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteSUB (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
if ((*VmPtr->Ip & DATAMANIP_M_64) != 0) {
return (UINT64) ((INT64) ((INT64) Op1 - (INT64) Op2));
} else {
return (UINT64) ((INT64) ((INT32) ((INT32) Op1 - (INT32) Op2)));
}
}
/**
Execute the EBC MUL instruction.
Instruction syntax:
SUB[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 * Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteMUL (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
if ((*VmPtr->Ip & DATAMANIP_M_64) != 0) {
return MultS64x64 ((INT64)Op1, (INT64)Op2);
} else {
return (UINT64) ((INT64) ((INT32) ((INT32) Op1 * (INT32) Op2)));
}
}
/**
Execute the EBC MULU instruction
Instruction syntax:
MULU[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return (unsigned)Op1 * (unsigned)Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteMULU (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
if ((*VmPtr->Ip & DATAMANIP_M_64) != 0) {
return MultU64x64 (Op1, Op2);
} else {
return (UINT64) ((UINT32) ((UINT32) Op1 * (UINT32) Op2));
}
}
/**
Execute the EBC DIV instruction.
Instruction syntax:
DIV[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 / Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteDIV (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
INT64 Remainder;
//
// Check for divide-by-0
//
if (Op2 == 0) {
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_DIVIDE_ERROR,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL,
VmPtr
);
return 0;
} else {
if ((*VmPtr->Ip & DATAMANIP_M_64) != 0) {
return (UINT64) (DivS64x64Remainder (Op1, Op2, &Remainder));
} else {
return (UINT64) ((INT64) ((INT32) Op1 / (INT32) Op2));
}
}
}
/**
Execute the EBC DIVU instruction
Instruction syntax:
DIVU[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return (unsigned)Op1 / (unsigned)Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteDIVU (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
UINT64 Remainder;
//
// Check for divide-by-0
//
if (Op2 == 0) {
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_DIVIDE_ERROR,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL,
VmPtr
);
return 0;
} else {
//
// Get the destination register
//
if ((*VmPtr->Ip & DATAMANIP_M_64) != 0) {
return (UINT64) (DivU64x64Remainder (Op1, Op2, &Remainder));
} else {
return (UINT64) ((UINT32) Op1 / (UINT32) Op2);
}
}
}
/**
Execute the EBC MOD instruction.
Instruction syntax:
MOD[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 MODULUS Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteMOD (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
INT64 Remainder;
//
// Check for divide-by-0
//
if (Op2 == 0) {
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_DIVIDE_ERROR,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL,
VmPtr
);
return 0;
} else {
DivS64x64Remainder ((INT64)Op1, (INT64)Op2, &Remainder);
return Remainder;
}
}
/**
Execute the EBC MODU instruction.
Instruction syntax:
MODU[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 UNSIGNED_MODULUS Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteMODU (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
UINT64 Remainder;
//
// Check for divide-by-0
//
if (Op2 == 0) {
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_DIVIDE_ERROR,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_FATAL,
VmPtr
);
return 0;
} else {
DivU64x64Remainder (Op1, Op2, &Remainder);
return Remainder;
}
}
/**
Execute the EBC AND instruction.
Instruction syntax:
AND[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 AND Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteAND (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
return Op1 & Op2;
}
/**
Execute the EBC OR instruction.
Instruction syntax:
OR[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 OR Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteOR (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
return Op1 | Op2;
}
/**
Execute the EBC XOR instruction.
Instruction syntax:
XOR[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 XOR Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteXOR (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
return Op1 ^ Op2;
}
/**
Execute the EBC SHL shift left instruction.
Instruction syntax:
SHL[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 << Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteSHL (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
if ((*VmPtr->Ip & DATAMANIP_M_64) != 0) {
return LShiftU64 (Op1, (UINTN)Op2);
} else {
return (UINT64) ((UINT32) ((UINT32) Op1 << (UINT32) Op2));
}
}
/**
Execute the EBC SHR instruction.
Instruction syntax:
SHR[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 >> Op2 (unsigned operands)
**/
UINT64
ExecuteSHR (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
if ((*VmPtr->Ip & DATAMANIP_M_64) != 0) {
return RShiftU64 (Op1, (UINTN)Op2);
} else {
return (UINT64) ((UINT32) Op1 >> (UINT32) Op2);
}
}
/**
Execute the EBC ASHR instruction.
Instruction syntax:
ASHR[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return Op1 >> Op2 (signed)
**/
UINT64
ExecuteASHR (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
if ((*VmPtr->Ip & DATAMANIP_M_64) != 0) {
return ARShiftU64 (Op1, (UINTN)Op2);
} else {
return (UINT64) ((INT64) ((INT32) Op1 >> (UINT32) Op2));
}
}
/**
Execute the EBC EXTNDB instruction to sign-extend a byte value.
Instruction syntax:
EXTNDB[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return (INT64)(INT8)Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteEXTNDB (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
INT8 Data8;
INT64 Data64;
//
// Convert to byte, then return as 64-bit signed value to let compiler
// sign-extend the value
//
Data8 = (INT8) Op2;
Data64 = (INT64) Data8;
return (UINT64) Data64;
}
/**
Execute the EBC EXTNDW instruction to sign-extend a 16-bit value.
Instruction syntax:
EXTNDW[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return (INT64)(INT16)Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteEXTNDW (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
INT16 Data16;
INT64 Data64;
//
// Convert to word, then return as 64-bit signed value to let compiler
// sign-extend the value
//
Data16 = (INT16) Op2;
Data64 = (INT64) Data16;
return (UINT64) Data64;
}
//
// Execute the EBC EXTNDD instruction.
//
// Format: EXTNDD {@}Rx, {@}Ry [Index16|Immed16]
// EXTNDD Dest, Source
//
// Operation: Dest <- SignExtended((DWORD)Source))
//
/**
Execute the EBC EXTNDD instruction to sign-extend a 32-bit value.
Instruction syntax:
EXTNDD[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to a VM context.
@param Op1 Operand 1 from the instruction
@param Op2 Operand 2 from the instruction
@return (INT64)(INT32)Op2
**/
UINT64
ExecuteEXTNDD (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN UINT64 Op1,
IN UINT64 Op2
)
{
INT32 Data32;
INT64 Data64;
//
// Convert to 32-bit value, then return as 64-bit signed value to let compiler
// sign-extend the value
//
Data32 = (INT32) Op2;
Data64 = (INT64) Data32;
return (UINT64) Data64;
}
/**
Execute all the EBC signed data manipulation instructions.
Since the EBC data manipulation instructions all have the same basic form,
they can share the code that does the fetch of operands and the write-back
of the result. This function performs the fetch of the operands (even if
both are not needed to be fetched, like NOT instruction), dispatches to the
appropriate subfunction, then writes back the returned result.
Format:
INSTRUCITON[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Immed16|Index16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteSignedDataManip (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
//
// Just call the data manipulation function with a flag indicating this
// is a signed operation.
//
return ExecuteDataManip (VmPtr, TRUE);
}
/**
Execute all the EBC unsigned data manipulation instructions.
Since the EBC data manipulation instructions all have the same basic form,
they can share the code that does the fetch of operands and the write-back
of the result. This function performs the fetch of the operands (even if
both are not needed to be fetched, like NOT instruction), dispatches to the
appropriate subfunction, then writes back the returned result.
Format:
INSTRUCITON[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Immed16|Index16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to VM context.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteUnsignedDataManip (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr
)
{
//
// Just call the data manipulation function with a flag indicating this
// is not a signed operation.
//
return ExecuteDataManip (VmPtr, FALSE);
}
/**
Execute all the EBC data manipulation instructions.
Since the EBC data manipulation instructions all have the same basic form,
they can share the code that does the fetch of operands and the write-back
of the result. This function performs the fetch of the operands (even if
both are not needed to be fetched, like NOT instruction), dispatches to the
appropriate subfunction, then writes back the returned result.
Format:
INSTRUCITON[32|64] {@}R1, {@}R2 {Immed16|Index16}
@param VmPtr A pointer to VM context.
@param IsSignedOp Indicates whether the operand is signed or not.
@retval EFI_UNSUPPORTED The opcodes/operands is not supported.
@retval EFI_SUCCESS The instruction is executed successfully.
**/
EFI_STATUS
ExecuteDataManip (
IN VM_CONTEXT *VmPtr,
IN BOOLEAN IsSignedOp
)
{
UINT8 Opcode;
INT16 Index16;
UINT8 Operands;
UINT8 Size;
UINT64 Op1;
UINT64 Op2;
INTN DataManipDispatchTableIndex;
//
// Get opcode and operands
//
Opcode = GETOPCODE (VmPtr);
Operands = GETOPERANDS (VmPtr);
//
// Determine if we have immediate data by the opcode
//
if ((Opcode & DATAMANIP_M_IMMDATA) != 0) {
//
// Index16 if Ry is indirect, or Immed16 if Ry direct.
//
if (OPERAND2_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
Index16 = VmReadIndex16 (VmPtr, 2);
} else {
Index16 = VmReadImmed16 (VmPtr, 2);
}
Size = 4;
} else {
Index16 = 0;
Size = 2;
}
//
// Now get operand2 (source). It's of format {@}R2 {Index16|Immed16}
//
Op2 = (UINT64) VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND2_REGNUM (Operands)] + Index16;
if (OPERAND2_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
//
// Indirect form: @R2 Index16. Fetch as 32- or 64-bit data
//
if ((Opcode & DATAMANIP_M_64) != 0) {
Op2 = VmReadMem64 (VmPtr, (UINTN) Op2);
} else {
//
// Read as signed value where appropriate.
//
if (IsSignedOp) {
Op2 = (UINT64) (INT64) ((INT32) VmReadMem32 (VmPtr, (UINTN) Op2));
} else {
Op2 = (UINT64) VmReadMem32 (VmPtr, (UINTN) Op2);
}
}
} else {
if ((Opcode & DATAMANIP_M_64) == 0) {
if (IsSignedOp) {
Op2 = (UINT64) (INT64) ((INT32) Op2);
} else {
Op2 = (UINT64) ((UINT32) Op2);
}
}
}
//
// Get operand1 (destination and sometimes also an actual operand)
// of form {@}R1
//
Op1 = (UINT64) VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)];
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
if ((Opcode & DATAMANIP_M_64) != 0) {
Op1 = VmReadMem64 (VmPtr, (UINTN) Op1);
} else {
if (IsSignedOp) {
Op1 = (UINT64) (INT64) ((INT32) VmReadMem32 (VmPtr, (UINTN) Op1));
} else {
Op1 = (UINT64) VmReadMem32 (VmPtr, (UINTN) Op1);
}
}
} else {
if ((Opcode & DATAMANIP_M_64) == 0) {
if (IsSignedOp) {
Op1 = (UINT64) (INT64) ((INT32) Op1);
} else {
Op1 = (UINT64) ((UINT32) Op1);
}
}
}
//
// Dispatch to the computation function
//
DataManipDispatchTableIndex = (Opcode & OPCODE_M_OPCODE) - OPCODE_NOT;
if ((DataManipDispatchTableIndex < 0) ||
(DataManipDispatchTableIndex >= ARRAY_SIZE (mDataManipDispatchTable))) {
EbcDebugSignalException (
EXCEPT_EBC_INVALID_OPCODE,
EXCEPTION_FLAG_ERROR,
VmPtr
);
//
// Advance and return
//
VmPtr->Ip += Size;
return EFI_UNSUPPORTED;
} else {
Op2 = mDataManipDispatchTable[DataManipDispatchTableIndex](VmPtr, Op1, Op2);
}
//
// Write back the result.
//
if (OPERAND1_INDIRECT (Operands)) {
Op1 = (UINT64) VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)];
if ((Opcode & DATAMANIP_M_64) != 0) {
VmWriteMem64 (VmPtr, (UINTN) Op1, Op2);
} else {
VmWriteMem32 (VmPtr, (UINTN) Op1, (UINT32) Op2);
}
} else {
//
// Storage back to a register. Write back, clearing upper bits (as per
// the specification) if 32-bit operation.
//
VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] = Op2;
if ((Opcode & DATAMANIP_M_64) == 0) {
VmPtr->Gpr[OPERAND1_REGNUM (Operands)] &= 0xFFFFFFFF;
}
}
//
// Advance the instruction pointer
//
VmPtr->Ip += Size;
return EFI_SUCCESS;
}
/**