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//===-- X86MCAsmInfo.cpp - X86 asm properties -----------------------------===//
//
//                     The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
//
// This file is distributed under the University of Illinois Open Source
// License. See LICENSE.TXT for details.
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
//
// This file contains the declarations of the X86MCAsmInfo properties.
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//

#include "X86MCAsmInfo.h"
#include "X86TargetMachine.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/Triple.h"
#include "llvm/MC/MCSectionELF.h"
#include "llvm/Support/CommandLine.h"
using namespace llvm;

enum AsmWriterFlavorTy {
  // Note: This numbering has to match the GCC assembler dialects for inline
  // asm alternatives to work right.
  ATT = 0, Intel = 1
};

static cl::opt<AsmWriterFlavorTy>
AsmWriterFlavor("x86-asm-syntax", cl::init(ATT),
  cl::desc("Choose style of code to emit from X86 backend:"),
  cl::values(clEnumValN(ATT,   "att",   "Emit AT&T-style assembly"),
             clEnumValN(Intel, "intel", "Emit Intel-style assembly"),
             clEnumValEnd));


static const char *const x86_asm_table[] = {
  "{si}", "S",
  "{di}", "D",
  "{ax}", "a",
  "{cx}", "c",
  "{memory}", "memory",
  "{flags}", "",
  "{dirflag}", "",
  "{fpsr}", "",
  "{cc}", "cc",
  0,0};

X86MCAsmInfoDarwin::X86MCAsmInfoDarwin(const Triple &Triple) {
  AsmTransCBE = x86_asm_table;
  AssemblerDialect = AsmWriterFlavor;
    
  bool is64Bit = Triple.getArch() == Triple::x86_64;

  TextAlignFillValue = 0x90;

  if (!is64Bit)
    Data64bitsDirective = 0;       // we can't emit a 64-bit unit

  // Use ## as a comment string so that .s files generated by llvm can go
  // through the GCC preprocessor without causing an error.  This is needed
  // because "clang foo.s" runs the C preprocessor, which is usually reserved
  // for .S files on other systems.  Perhaps this is because the file system
  // wasn't always case preserving or something.
  CommentString = "##";
  PCSymbol = ".";

  SupportsDebugInformation = true;
  DwarfUsesInlineInfoSection = true;

  // Exceptions handling
  ExceptionsType = ExceptionHandling::Dwarf;
}

X86ELFMCAsmInfo::X86ELFMCAsmInfo(const Triple &T) {
  AsmTransCBE = x86_asm_table;
  AssemblerDialect = AsmWriterFlavor;

  TextAlignFillValue = 0x90;

  PrivateGlobalPrefix = ".L";
  WeakRefDirective = "\t.weak\t";
  PCSymbol = ".";

  // Set up DWARF directives
  HasLEB128 = true;  // Target asm supports leb128 directives (little-endian)

  // Debug Information
  AbsoluteDebugSectionOffsets = true;
  SupportsDebugInformation = true;

  // Exceptions handling
  ExceptionsType = ExceptionHandling::Dwarf;
  
  // OpenBSD has buggy support for .quad in 32-bit mode, just split into two
  // .words.
  if (T.getOS() == Triple::OpenBSD && T.getArch() == Triple::x86)
    Data64bitsDirective = 0;
}

MCSection *X86ELFMCAsmInfo::getNonexecutableStackSection(MCContext &Ctx) const {
  return MCSectionELF::Create(".note.GNU-stack", MCSectionELF::SHT_PROGBITS,
                              0, SectionKind::getMetadata(), false, Ctx);
}

X86MCAsmInfoCOFF::X86MCAsmInfoCOFF(const Triple &Triple) {
  AsmTransCBE = x86_asm_table;
  AssemblerDialect = AsmWriterFlavor;

  TextAlignFillValue = 0x90;
}