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+/* Generic target-file-type support for the BFD library.
+ Copyright 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+ Written by Cygnus Support.
+
+This file is part of BFD, the Binary File Descriptor library.
+
+This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
+(at your option) any later version.
+
+This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+GNU General Public License for more details.
+
+You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
+Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA. */
+
+#include "bfd.h"
+#include "sysdep.h"
+#include "libbfd.h"
+
+/*
+SECTION
+ Targets
+
+DESCRIPTION
+ Each port of BFD to a different machine requries the creation
+ of a target back end. All the back end provides to the root
+ part of BFD is a structure containing pointers to functions
+ which perform certain low level operations on files. BFD
+ translates the applications's requests through a pointer into
+ calls to the back end routines.
+
+ When a file is opened with <<bfd_openr>>, its format and
+ target are unknown. BFD uses various mechanisms to determine
+ how to interpret the file. The operations performed are:
+
+ o First a BFD is created by calling the internal routine
+ <<new_bfd>>, then <<bfd_find_target>> is called with the
+ target string supplied to <<bfd_openr>> and the new BFD pointer.
+
+ o If a null target string was provided to <<bfd_find_target>>,
+ it looks up the environment variable <<GNUTARGET>> and uses
+ that as the target string.
+
+ o If the target string is still NULL, or the target string is
+ <<default>>, then the first item in the target vector is used
+ as the target type, and <<target_defaulted>> is set to
+ cause <<bfd_check_format>> to loop through all the targets.
+ @xref{bfd_target}. @xref{Formats}.
+
+ o Otherwise, the elements in the target vector are inspected
+ one by one, until a match on target name is found. When found,
+ that is used.
+
+ o Otherwise the error <<invalid_target>> is returned to
+ <<bfd_openr>>.
+
+ o <<bfd_openr>> attempts to open the file using
+ <<bfd_open_file>>, and returns the BFD.
+
+ Once the BFD has been opened and the target selected, the file
+ format may be determined. This is done by calling
+ <<bfd_check_format>> on the BFD with a suggested format.
+ If <<target_defaulted>> has been set, each possible target
+ type is tried to see if it recognizes the specified format. The
+ routine returns <<true>> when the application guesses right.
+@menu
+@* bfd_target::
+@end menu
+*/
+
+
+/*
+
+INODE
+ bfd_target, , Targets, Targets
+DOCDD
+SUBSECTION
+ bfd_target
+
+DESCRIPTION
+ This structure contains everything that BFD knows about a
+ target. It includes things like its byte order, name, what
+ routines to call to do various operations, etc.
+
+ Every BFD points to a target structure with its <<xvec>>
+ member.
+
+ These macros are used to dispatch to functions through the
+ bfd_target vector. They are used in a number of macros further
+ down in @file{bfd.h}, and are also used when calling various
+ routines by hand inside the BFD implementation. The "arglist"
+ argument must be parenthesized; it contains all the arguments
+ to the called function.
+
+ They make the documentation (more) unpleasant to read, so if
+ someone wants to fix this and not break the above, please do.
+
+.#define BFD_SEND(bfd, message, arglist) \
+. ((*((bfd)->xvec->message)) arglist)
+
+ For operations which index on the BFD format
+
+.#define BFD_SEND_FMT(bfd, message, arglist) \
+. (((bfd)->xvec->message[(int)((bfd)->format)]) arglist)
+
+ This is the struct which defines the type of BFD this is. The
+ <<xvec>> member of the struct <<bfd>> itself points here. Each
+ module that implements access to a different target under BFD,
+ defines one of these.
+
+
+ FIXME, these names should be rationalised with the names of
+ the entry points which call them. Too bad we can't have one
+ macro to define them both!
+
+.typedef struct bfd_target
+.{
+
+Identifies the kind of target, eg SunOS4, Ultrix, etc.
+
+. char *name;
+
+The "flavour" of a back end is a general indication about the contents
+of a file.
+
+. enum target_flavour {
+. bfd_target_unknown_flavour,
+. bfd_target_aout_flavour,
+. bfd_target_coff_flavour,
+. bfd_target_ecoff_flavour,
+. bfd_target_elf_flavour,
+. bfd_target_ieee_flavour,
+. bfd_target_nlm_flavour,
+. bfd_target_oasys_flavour,
+. bfd_target_tekhex_flavour,
+. bfd_target_srec_flavour,
+. bfd_target_hppa_flavour} flavour;
+
+The order of bytes within the data area of a file.
+
+. boolean byteorder_big_p;
+
+The order of bytes within the header parts of a file.
+
+. boolean header_byteorder_big_p;
+
+This is a mask of all the flags which an executable may have set -
+from the set <<NO_FLAGS>>, <<HAS_RELOC>>, ...<<D_PAGED>>.
+
+. flagword object_flags;
+
+This is a mask of all the flags which a section may have set - from
+the set <<SEC_NO_FLAGS>>, <<SEC_ALLOC>>, ...<<SET_NEVER_LOAD>>.
+
+. flagword section_flags;
+
+The character normally found at the front of a symbol
+(if any), perhaps _.
+
+. char symbol_leading_char;
+
+The pad character for filenames within an archive header.
+
+. char ar_pad_char;
+
+The maximum number of characters in an archive header.
+
+. unsigned short ar_max_namelen;
+
+The minimum alignment restriction for any section.
+
+. unsigned int align_power_min;
+
+Entries for byte swapping for data. These are different to the other
+entry points, since they don't take BFD as first arg. Certain other handlers
+could do the same.
+
+. bfd_vma (*bfd_getx64) PARAMS ((bfd_byte *));
+. bfd_signed_vma (*bfd_getx_signed_64) PARAMS ((bfd_byte *));
+. void (*bfd_putx64) PARAMS ((bfd_vma, bfd_byte *));
+. bfd_vma (*bfd_getx32) PARAMS ((bfd_byte *));
+. bfd_signed_vma (*bfd_getx_signed_32) PARAMS ((bfd_byte *));
+. void (*bfd_putx32) PARAMS ((bfd_vma, bfd_byte *));
+. bfd_vma (*bfd_getx16) PARAMS ((bfd_byte *));
+. bfd_signed_vma (*bfd_getx_signed_16) PARAMS ((bfd_byte *));
+. void (*bfd_putx16) PARAMS ((bfd_vma, bfd_byte *));
+
+Byte swapping for the headers
+
+. bfd_vma (*bfd_h_getx64) PARAMS ((bfd_byte *));
+. bfd_signed_vma (*bfd_h_getx_signed_64) PARAMS ((bfd_byte *));
+. void (*bfd_h_putx64) PARAMS ((bfd_vma, bfd_byte *));
+. bfd_vma (*bfd_h_getx32) PARAMS ((bfd_byte *));
+. bfd_signed_vma (*bfd_h_getx_signed_32) PARAMS ((bfd_byte *));
+. void (*bfd_h_putx32) PARAMS ((bfd_vma, bfd_byte *));
+. bfd_vma (*bfd_h_getx16) PARAMS ((bfd_byte *));
+. bfd_signed_vma (*bfd_h_getx_signed_16) PARAMS ((bfd_byte *));
+. void (*bfd_h_putx16) PARAMS ((bfd_vma, bfd_byte *));
+
+Format dependent routines: these are vectors of entry points
+within the target vector structure, one for each format to check.
+
+Check the format of a file being read. Return bfd_target * or zero.
+
+. struct bfd_target * (*_bfd_check_format[bfd_type_end]) PARAMS ((bfd *));
+
+Set the format of a file being written.
+
+. boolean (*_bfd_set_format[bfd_type_end]) PARAMS ((bfd *));
+
+Write cached information into a file being written, at bfd_close.
+
+. boolean (*_bfd_write_contents[bfd_type_end]) PARAMS ((bfd *));
+
+The following functions are defined in <<JUMP_TABLE>>. The idea is
+that the back end writer of <<foo>> names all the routines
+<<foo_>>@var{entry_point}, <<JUMP_TABLE>> will built the entries
+in this structure in the right order.
+
+Core file entry points
+
+. char * (*_core_file_failing_command) PARAMS ((bfd *));
+. int (*_core_file_failing_signal) PARAMS ((bfd *));
+. boolean (*_core_file_matches_executable_p) PARAMS ((bfd *, bfd *));
+
+Archive entry points
+
+. boolean (*_bfd_slurp_armap) PARAMS ((bfd *));
+. boolean (*_bfd_slurp_extended_name_table) PARAMS ((bfd *));
+. void (*_bfd_truncate_arname) PARAMS ((bfd *, CONST char *, char *));
+. boolean (*write_armap) PARAMS ((bfd *arch,
+. unsigned int elength,
+. struct orl *map,
+. unsigned int orl_count,
+. int stridx));
+
+Standard stuff.
+
+. boolean (*_close_and_cleanup) PARAMS ((bfd *));
+. boolean (*_bfd_set_section_contents) PARAMS ((bfd *, sec_ptr, PTR,
+. file_ptr, bfd_size_type));
+. boolean (*_bfd_get_section_contents) PARAMS ((bfd *, sec_ptr, PTR,
+. file_ptr, bfd_size_type));
+. boolean (*_new_section_hook) PARAMS ((bfd *, sec_ptr));
+
+Symbols and relocations
+
+. unsigned int (*_get_symtab_upper_bound) PARAMS ((bfd *));
+. unsigned int (*_bfd_canonicalize_symtab) PARAMS ((bfd *,
+. struct symbol_cache_entry **));
+. unsigned int (*_get_reloc_upper_bound) PARAMS ((bfd *, sec_ptr));
+. unsigned int (*_bfd_canonicalize_reloc) PARAMS ((bfd *, sec_ptr, arelent **,
+. struct symbol_cache_entry **));
+. struct symbol_cache_entry *
+. (*_bfd_make_empty_symbol) PARAMS ((bfd *));
+. void (*_bfd_print_symbol) PARAMS ((bfd *, PTR,
+. struct symbol_cache_entry *,
+. bfd_print_symbol_type));
+.#define bfd_print_symbol(b,p,s,e) BFD_SEND(b, _bfd_print_symbol, (b,p,s,e))
+. void (*_bfd_get_symbol_info) PARAMS ((bfd *,
+. struct symbol_cache_entry *,
+. symbol_info *));
+.#define bfd_get_symbol_info(b,p,e) BFD_SEND(b, _bfd_get_symbol_info, (b,p,e))
+
+. alent * (*_get_lineno) PARAMS ((bfd *, struct symbol_cache_entry *));
+.
+. boolean (*_bfd_set_arch_mach) PARAMS ((bfd *, enum bfd_architecture,
+. unsigned long));
+.
+. bfd * (*openr_next_archived_file) PARAMS ((bfd *arch, bfd *prev));
+.
+. boolean (*_bfd_find_nearest_line) PARAMS ((bfd *abfd,
+. struct sec *section, struct symbol_cache_entry **symbols,
+. bfd_vma offset, CONST char **file, CONST char **func,
+. unsigned int *line));
+.
+. int (*_bfd_stat_arch_elt) PARAMS ((bfd *, struct stat *));
+.
+. int (*_bfd_sizeof_headers) PARAMS ((bfd *, boolean));
+.
+. void (*_bfd_debug_info_start) PARAMS ((bfd *));
+. void (*_bfd_debug_info_end) PARAMS ((bfd *));
+. void (*_bfd_debug_info_accumulate) PARAMS ((bfd *, struct sec *));
+.
+. bfd_byte * (*_bfd_get_relocated_section_contents) PARAMS ((bfd *,
+. struct bfd_seclet *, bfd_byte *data,
+. boolean relocateable));
+.
+. boolean (*_bfd_relax_section) PARAMS ((bfd *, struct sec *,
+. struct symbol_cache_entry **));
+.
+. boolean (*_bfd_seclet_link) PARAMS ((bfd *, PTR data,
+. boolean relocateable));
+
+. {* See documentation on reloc types. *}
+. CONST struct reloc_howto_struct *
+. (*reloc_type_lookup) PARAMS ((bfd *abfd,
+. bfd_reloc_code_real_type code));
+.
+. {* Back-door to allow format-aware applications to create debug symbols
+. while using BFD for everything else. Currently used by the assembler
+. when creating COFF files. *}
+. asymbol * (*_bfd_make_debug_symbol) PARAMS ((
+. bfd *abfd,
+. void *ptr,
+. unsigned long size));
+
+Data for use by back-end routines, which isn't generic enough to belong
+in this structure.
+
+. PTR backend_data;
+.} bfd_target;
+
+*/
+
+/* All known xvecs (even those that don't compile on all systems).
+ Alphabetized for easy reference.
+ They are listed a second time below, since
+ we can't intermix extern's and initializers. */
+extern bfd_target a29kcoff_big_vec;
+extern bfd_target a_out_adobe_vec;
+extern bfd_target aout_mips_big_vec;
+extern bfd_target aout_mips_little_vec;
+extern bfd_target apollocoff_vec;
+extern bfd_target b_out_vec_big_host;
+extern bfd_target b_out_vec_little_host;
+extern bfd_target bfd_elf32_big_generic_vec;
+extern bfd_target bfd_elf32_bigmips_vec;
+extern bfd_target bfd_elf32_hppa_vec;
+extern bfd_target bfd_elf32_i386_vec;
+extern bfd_target bfd_elf32_i860_vec;
+extern bfd_target bfd_elf32_little_generic_vec;
+extern bfd_target bfd_elf32_littlemips_vec;
+extern bfd_target bfd_elf32_m68k_vec;
+extern bfd_target bfd_elf32_m88k_vec;
+extern bfd_target bfd_elf32_sparc_vec;
+extern bfd_target bfd_elf64_big_generic_vec;
+extern bfd_target bfd_elf64_little_generic_vec;
+extern bfd_target demo_64_vec;
+extern bfd_target ecoff_big_vec;
+extern bfd_target ecoff_little_vec;
+extern bfd_target ecoffalpha_little_vec;
+extern bfd_target h8300coff_vec;
+extern bfd_target h8500coff_vec;
+extern bfd_target host_aout_vec;
+extern bfd_target hp300bsd_vec;
+extern bfd_target hp300hpux_vec;
+extern bfd_target hppa_vec;
+extern bfd_target i386aout_vec;
+extern bfd_target i386bsd_vec;
+extern bfd_target netbsd386_vec;
+extern bfd_target freebsd386_vec;
+extern bfd_target i386coff_vec;
+extern bfd_target i386linux_vec;
+extern bfd_target i386lynx_aout_vec;
+extern bfd_target i386lynx_coff_vec;
+extern bfd_target icoff_big_vec;
+extern bfd_target icoff_little_vec;
+extern bfd_target ieee_vec;
+extern bfd_target m68kcoff_vec;
+extern bfd_target m68kcoffun_vec;
+extern bfd_target m68klynx_aout_vec;
+extern bfd_target m68klynx_coff_vec;
+extern bfd_target m88kbcs_vec;
+extern bfd_target newsos3_vec;
+extern bfd_target nlm32_big_generic_vec;
+extern bfd_target nlm32_i386_vec;
+extern bfd_target nlm32_little_generic_vec;
+extern bfd_target nlm64_big_generic_vec;
+extern bfd_target nlm64_little_generic_vec;
+extern bfd_target oasys_vec;
+extern bfd_target rs6000coff_vec;
+extern bfd_target shcoff_vec;
+extern bfd_target sunos_big_vec;
+extern bfd_target tekhex_vec;
+extern bfd_target we32kcoff_vec;
+extern bfd_target z8kcoff_vec;
+
+/* srec is always included. */
+extern bfd_target srec_vec;
+extern bfd_target symbolsrec_vec;
+
+/* All of the xvecs for core files. */
+extern bfd_target aix386_core_vec;
+extern bfd_target hpux_core_vec;
+extern bfd_target osf_core_vec;
+extern bfd_target sco_core_vec;
+extern bfd_target trad_core_vec;
+
+bfd_target *target_vector[] = {
+
+#ifdef SELECT_VECS
+
+ SELECT_VECS,
+
+#else /* not SELECT_VECS */
+
+#ifdef DEFAULT_VECTOR
+ &DEFAULT_VECTOR,
+#endif
+ /* This list is alphabetized to make it easy to compare
+ with other vector lists -- the decls above and
+ the case statement in configure.in.
+ Vectors that don't compile on all systems, or aren't finished,
+ should have an entry here with #if 0 around it, to show that
+ it wasn't omitted by mistake. */
+ &a29kcoff_big_vec,
+ &a_out_adobe_vec,
+#if 0 /* No one seems to use this. */
+ &aout_mips_big_vec,
+#endif
+ &aout_mips_little_vec,
+ &b_out_vec_big_host,
+ &b_out_vec_little_host,
+#if 0 /* No one seems to use this. */
+ &bfd_elf32_big_generic_vec,
+ &bfd_elf32_bigmips_vec,
+#endif
+#if 0
+ &bfd_elf32_hppa_vec,
+#endif
+ &bfd_elf32_i386_vec,
+ &bfd_elf32_i860_vec,
+#if 0 /* No one seems to use this. */
+ &bfd_elf32_little_generic_vec,
+ &bfd_elf32_littlemips_vec,
+#endif
+ &bfd_elf32_m68k_vec,
+ &bfd_elf32_m88k_vec,
+ &bfd_elf32_sparc_vec,
+#ifdef BFD64 /* No one seems to use this. */
+ &bfd_elf64_big_generic_vec,
+ &bfd_elf64_little_generic_vec,
+#endif
+#ifdef BFD64
+ &demo_64_vec, /* Only compiled if host has long-long support */
+#endif
+ &ecoff_big_vec,
+ &ecoff_little_vec,
+#if 0
+ &ecoffalpha_little_vec,
+#endif
+ &h8300coff_vec,
+ &h8500coff_vec,
+#if 0
+ &host_aout_vec,
+#endif
+#if 0 /* Clashes with sunos_big_vec magic no. */
+ &hp300bsd_vec,
+#endif
+ &hp300hpux_vec,
+#if defined (HOST_HPPAHPUX) || defined (HOST_HPPABSD)
+ &hppa_vec,
+#endif
+ &i386aout_vec,
+ &i386bsd_vec,
+ &netbsd386_vec,
+ &freebsd386_vec,
+ &i386coff_vec,
+#if 0
+ &i386linux_vec,
+#endif
+ &i386lynx_aout_vec,
+ &i386lynx_coff_vec,
+ &icoff_big_vec,
+ &icoff_little_vec,
+ &ieee_vec,
+ &m68kcoff_vec,
+ &m68kcoffun_vec,
+ &m68klynx_aout_vec,
+ &m68klynx_coff_vec,
+ &m88kbcs_vec,
+ &newsos3_vec,
+#if 0 /* No one seems to use this. */
+ &nlm32_big_generic_vec,
+#endif
+ &nlm32_i386_vec,
+#if 0 /* No one seems to use this. */
+ &nlm32_little_generic_vec,
+#endif
+#ifdef BFD64
+ &nlm64_big_generic_vec,
+ &nlm64_little_generic_vec,
+#endif
+#if 0
+ /* We have no oasys tools anymore, so we can't test any of this
+ anymore. If you want to test the stuff yourself, go ahead...
+ steve@cygnus.com
+ Worse, since there is no magic number for archives, there
+ can be annoying target mis-matches. */
+ &oasys_vec,
+#endif
+ &rs6000coff_vec,
+ &shcoff_vec,
+ &sunos_big_vec,
+#if 0
+ &tekhex_vec,
+#endif
+ &we32kcoff_vec,
+ &z8kcoff_vec,
+
+#endif /* not SELECT_VECS */
+
+/* Always support S-records, for convenience. */
+ &srec_vec,
+ &symbolsrec_vec,
+
+/* Add any required traditional-core-file-handler. */
+
+#ifdef AIX386_CORE
+ &aix386_core_vec,
+#endif
+#ifdef HPUX_CORE
+ &hpux_core_vec,
+#endif
+#ifdef OSF_CORE
+ &osf_core_vec,
+#endif
+#ifdef SCO_CORE
+ &sco_core_vec,
+#endif
+#ifdef TRAD_CORE
+ &trad_core_vec,
+#endif
+
+ NULL /* end of list marker */
+};
+
+/* default_vector[0] contains either the address of the default vector,
+ if there is one, or zero if there isn't. */
+
+bfd_target *default_vector[] = {
+#ifdef DEFAULT_VECTOR
+ &DEFAULT_VECTOR,
+#endif
+ NULL
+};
+
+
+
+
+/*
+FUNCTION
+ bfd_find_target
+
+DESCRIPTION
+ Returns a pointer to the transfer vector for the object target
+ named target_name. If target_name is NULL, chooses the one in
+ the environment variable GNUTARGET; if that is null or not
+ defined thenthe first entry in the target list is chosen.
+ Passing in the string "default" or setting the environment
+ variable to "default" will cause the first entry in the target
+ list to be returned, and "target_defaulted" will be set in the
+ BFD. This causes <<bfd_check_format>> to loop over all the
+ targets to find the one that matches the file being read.
+
+SYNOPSIS
+ bfd_target *bfd_find_target(CONST char *, bfd *);
+*/
+
+bfd_target *
+DEFUN(bfd_find_target,(target_name, abfd),
+ CONST char *target_name AND
+ bfd *abfd)
+{
+ bfd_target **target;
+ extern char *getenv ();
+ CONST char *targname = (target_name ? target_name :
+ (CONST char *) getenv ("GNUTARGET"));
+
+ /* This is safe; the vector cannot be null */
+ if (targname == NULL || !strcmp (targname, "default")) {
+ abfd->target_defaulted = true;
+ return abfd->xvec = target_vector[0];
+ }
+
+ abfd->target_defaulted = false;
+
+ for (target = &target_vector[0]; *target != NULL; target++) {
+ if (!strcmp (targname, (*target)->name))
+ return abfd->xvec = *target;
+ }
+
+ bfd_error = invalid_target;
+ return NULL;
+}
+
+
+/*
+FUNCTION
+ bfd_target_list
+
+DESCRIPTION
+ This function returns a freshly malloced NULL-terminated
+ vector of the names of all the valid BFD targets. Do not
+ modify the names
+
+SYNOPSIS
+ CONST char **bfd_target_list(void);
+
+*/
+
+CONST char **
+DEFUN_VOID(bfd_target_list)
+{
+ int vec_length= 0;
+#ifdef NATIVE_HPPAHPUX_COMPILER
+ /* The native compiler on the HP9000/700 has a bug which causes it
+ to loop endlessly when compiling this file. This avoids it. */
+ volatile
+#endif
+ bfd_target **target;
+ CONST char **name_list, **name_ptr;
+
+ for (target = &target_vector[0]; *target != NULL; target++)
+ vec_length++;
+
+ name_ptr =
+ name_list = (CONST char **) zalloc ((vec_length + 1) * sizeof (char **));
+
+ if (name_list == NULL) {
+ bfd_error = no_memory;
+ return NULL;
+ }
+
+ for (target = &target_vector[0]; *target != NULL; target++)
+ *(name_ptr++) = (*target)->name;
+
+ return name_list;
+}