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NetWinder Floating Point Emulator
(c) Rebel.COM, 1998,1999
Direct questions, comments to Scott Bambrough <>
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static inline unsigned long readRegister(const unsigned int nReg)
/* Note: The CPU thinks it has dealt with the current instruction.
As a result the program counter has been advanced to the next
instruction, and points 4 bytes beyond the actual instruction
that caused the invalid instruction trap to occur. We adjust
for this in this routine. LDF/STF instructions with Rn = PC
depend on the PC being correct, as they use PC+8 in their
address calculations. */
struct pt_regs *regs = GET_USERREG();
unsigned int val = regs->uregs[nReg];
if (REG_PC == nReg)
val -= 4;
return val;
static inline void
writeRegister(const unsigned int nReg, const unsigned long val)
struct pt_regs *regs = GET_USERREG();
regs->uregs[nReg] = val;
static inline unsigned long readCPSR(void)
return (readRegister(REG_CPSR));
static inline void writeCPSR(const unsigned long val)
writeRegister(REG_CPSR, val);
static inline unsigned long readConditionCodes(void)
#ifdef __FPEM_TEST__
return (0);
return (readCPSR() & CC_MASK);
static inline void writeConditionCodes(const unsigned long val)
struct pt_regs *regs = GET_USERREG();
unsigned long rval;
* Operate directly on userRegisters since
* the CPSR may be the PC register itself.
rval = regs->ARM_cpsr & ~CC_MASK;
regs->ARM_cpsr = rval | (val & CC_MASK);