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#!/usr/bin/env perl
#
# ====================================================================
# Written by Andy Polyakov <appro@openssl.org> for the OpenSSL
# project. The module is, however, dual licensed under OpenSSL and
# CRYPTOGAMS licenses depending on where you obtain it. For further
# details see http://www.openssl.org/~appro/cryptogams/.
# ====================================================================
#
# GHASH for ARMv8 Crypto Extension, 64-bit polynomial multiplication.
#
# June 2014
#
# Initial version was developed in tight cooperation with Ard
# Biesheuvel <ard.biesheuvel@linaro.org> from bits-n-pieces from
# other assembly modules. Just like aesv8-armx.pl this module
# supports both AArch32 and AArch64 execution modes.
#
# July 2014
#
# Implement 2x aggregated reduction [see ghash-x86.pl for background
# information].
#
# Current performance in cycles per processed byte:
#
#		PMULL[2]	32-bit NEON(*)
# Apple A7	0.92		5.62
# Cortex-A53	1.01		8.39
# Cortex-A57	1.17		7.61
#
# (*)	presented for reference/comparison purposes;

$flavour = shift;
open STDOUT,">".shift;

$Xi="x0";	# argument block
$Htbl="x1";
$inp="x2";
$len="x3";

$inc="x12";

{
my ($Xl,$Xm,$Xh,$IN)=map("q$_",(0..3));
my ($t0,$t1,$t2,$xC2,$H,$Hhl,$H2)=map("q$_",(8..14));

$code=<<___;
#include "arm_arch.h"

.text
___
$code.=".arch	armv8-a+crypto\n"	if ($flavour =~ /64/);
$code.=".fpu	neon\n.code	32\n"	if ($flavour !~ /64/);

################################################################################
# void gcm_init_v8(u128 Htable[16],const u64 H[2]);
#
# input:	128-bit H - secret parameter E(K,0^128)
# output:	precomputed table filled with degrees of twisted H;
#		H is twisted to handle reverse bitness of GHASH;
#		only few of 16 slots of Htable[16] are used;
#		data is opaque to outside world (which allows to
#		optimize the code independently);
#
$code.=<<___;
.global	gcm_init_v8
.type	gcm_init_v8,%function
.align	4
gcm_init_v8:
	vld1.64		{$t1},[x1]		@ load input H
	vmov.i8		$xC2,#0xe1
	vshl.i64	$xC2,$xC2,#57		@ 0xc2.0
	vext.8		$IN,$t1,$t1,#8
	vshr.u64	$t2,$xC2,#63
	vdup.32		$t1,${t1}[1]
	vext.8		$t0,$t2,$xC2,#8		@ t0=0xc2....01
	vshr.u64	$t2,$IN,#63
	vshr.s32	$t1,$t1,#31		@ broadcast carry bit
	vand		$t2,$t2,$t0
	vshl.i64	$IN,$IN,#1
	vext.8		$t2,$t2,$t2,#8
	vand		$t0,$t0,$t1
	vorr		$IN,$IN,$t2		@ H<<<=1
	veor		$H,$IN,$t0		@ twisted H
	vst1.64		{$H},[x0],#16		@ store Htable[0]

	@ calculate H^2
	vext.8		$t0,$H,$H,#8		@ Karatsuba pre-processing
	vpmull.p64	$Xl,$H,$H
	veor		$t0,$t0,$H
	vpmull2.p64	$Xh,$H,$H
	vpmull.p64	$Xm,$t0,$t0

	vext.8		$t1,$Xl,$Xh,#8		@ Karatsuba post-processing
	veor		$t2,$Xl,$Xh
	veor		$Xm,$Xm,$t1
	veor		$Xm,$Xm,$t2
	vpmull.p64	$t2,$Xl,$xC2		@ 1st phase

	vmov		$Xh#lo,$Xm#hi		@ Xh|Xm - 256-bit result
	vmov		$Xm#hi,$Xl#lo		@ Xm is rotated Xl
	veor		$Xl,$Xm,$t2

	vext.8		$t2,$Xl,$Xl,#8		@ 2nd phase
	vpmull.p64	$Xl,$Xl,$xC2
	veor		$t2,$t2,$Xh
	veor		$H2,$Xl,$t2

	vext.8		$t1,$H2,$H2,#8		@ Karatsuba pre-processing
	veor		$t1,$t1,$H2
	vext.8		$Hhl,$t0,$t1,#8		@ pack Karatsuba pre-processed
	vst1.64		{$Hhl-$H2},[x0]		@ store Htable[1..2]

	ret
.size	gcm_init_v8,.-gcm_init_v8
___
################################################################################
# void gcm_gmult_v8(u64 Xi[2],const u128 Htable[16]);
#
# input:	Xi - current hash value;
#		Htable - table precomputed in gcm_init_v8;
# output:	Xi - next hash value Xi;
#
$code.=<<___;
.global	gcm_gmult_v8
.type	gcm_gmult_v8,%function
.align	4
gcm_gmult_v8:
	vld1.64		{$t1},[$Xi]		@ load Xi
	vmov.i8		$xC2,#0xe1
	vld1.64		{$H-$Hhl},[$Htbl]	@ load twisted H, ...
	vshl.u64	$xC2,$xC2,#57
#ifndef __ARMEB__
	vrev64.8	$t1,$t1
#endif
	vext.8		$IN,$t1,$t1,#8

	vpmull.p64	$Xl,$H,$IN		@ H.lo·Xi.lo
	veor		$t1,$t1,$IN		@ Karatsuba pre-processing
	vpmull2.p64	$Xh,$H,$IN		@ H.hi·Xi.hi
	vpmull.p64	$Xm,$Hhl,$t1		@ (H.lo+H.hi)·(Xi.lo+Xi.hi)

	vext.8		$t1,$Xl,$Xh,#8		@ Karatsuba post-processing
	veor		$t2,$Xl,$Xh
	veor		$Xm,$Xm,$t1
	veor		$Xm,$Xm,$t2
	vpmull.p64	$t2,$Xl,$xC2		@ 1st phase of reduction

	vmov		$Xh#lo,$Xm#hi		@ Xh|Xm - 256-bit result
	vmov		$Xm#hi,$Xl#lo		@ Xm is rotated Xl
	veor		$Xl,$Xm,$t2

	vext.8		$t2,$Xl,$Xl,#8		@ 2nd phase of reduction
	vpmull.p64	$Xl,$Xl,$xC2
	veor		$t2,$t2,$Xh
	veor		$Xl,$Xl,$t2

#ifndef __ARMEB__
	vrev64.8	$Xl,$Xl
#endif
	vext.8		$Xl,$Xl,$Xl,#8
	vst1.64		{$Xl},[$Xi]		@ write out Xi

	ret
.size	gcm_gmult_v8,.-gcm_gmult_v8
___
################################################################################
# void gcm_ghash_v8(u64 Xi[2],const u128 Htable[16],const u8 *inp,size_t len);
#
# input:	table precomputed in gcm_init_v8;
#		current hash value Xi;
#		pointer to input data;
#		length of input data in bytes, but divisible by block size;
# output:	next hash value Xi;
#
$code.=<<___;
.global	gcm_ghash_v8
.type	gcm_ghash_v8,%function
.align	4
gcm_ghash_v8:
___
$code.=<<___		if ($flavour !~ /64/);
	vstmdb		sp!,{d8-d15}		@ 32-bit ABI says so
___
$code.=<<___;
	vld1.64		{$Xl},[$Xi]		@ load [rotated] Xi
						@ "[rotated]" means that
						@ loaded value would have
						@ to be rotated in order to
						@ make it appear as in
						@ alorithm specification
	subs		$len,$len,#32		@ see if $len is 32 or larger
	mov		$inc,#16		@ $inc is used as post-
						@ increment for input pointer;
						@ as loop is modulo-scheduled
						@ $inc is zeroed just in time
						@ to preclude oversteping
						@ inp[len], which means that
						@ last block[s] are actually
						@ loaded twice, but last
						@ copy is not processed
	vld1.64		{$H-$Hhl},[$Htbl],#32	@ load twisted H, ..., H^2
	vmov.i8		$xC2,#0xe1
	vld1.64		{$H2},[$Htbl]
	cclr		$inc,eq			@ is it time to zero $inc?
	vext.8		$Xl,$Xl,$Xl,#8		@ rotate Xi
	vld1.64		{$t0},[$inp],#16	@ load [rotated] I[0]
	vshl.u64	$xC2,$xC2,#57		@ compose 0xc2.0 constant
#ifndef __ARMEB__
	vrev64.8	$t0,$t0
	vrev64.8	$Xl,$Xl
#endif
	vext.8		$IN,$t0,$t0,#8		@ rotate I[0]
	b.lo		.Lodd_tail_v8		@ $len was less than 32
___
{ my ($Xln,$Xmn,$Xhn,$In) = map("q$_",(4..7));
	#######
	# Xi+2 =[H*(Ii+1 + Xi+1)] mod P =
	#	[(H*Ii+1) + (H*Xi+1)] mod P =
	#	[(H*Ii+1) + H^2*(Ii+Xi)] mod P
	#
$code.=<<___;
	vld1.64		{$t1},[$inp],$inc	@ load [rotated] I[1]
#ifndef __ARMEB__
	vrev64.8	$t1,$t1
#endif
	vext.8		$In,$t1,$t1,#8
	veor		$IN,$IN,$Xl		@ I[i]^=Xi
	vpmull.p64	$Xln,$H,$In		@ H·Ii+1
	veor		$t1,$t1,$In		@ Karatsuba pre-processing
	vpmull2.p64	$Xhn,$H,$In
	b		.Loop_mod2x_v8

.align	4
.Loop_mod2x_v8:
	vext.8		$t2,$IN,$IN,#8
	subs		$len,$len,#32		@ is there more data?
	vpmull.p64	$Xl,$H2,$IN		@ H^2.lo·Xi.lo
	cclr		$inc,lo			@ is it time to zero $inc?

	 vpmull.p64	$Xmn,$Hhl,$t1
	veor		$t2,$t2,$IN		@ Karatsuba pre-processing
	vpmull2.p64	$Xh,$H2,$IN		@ H^2.hi·Xi.hi
	veor		$Xl,$Xl,$Xln		@ accumulate
	vpmull2.p64	$Xm,$Hhl,$t2		@ (H^2.lo+H^2.hi)·(Xi.lo+Xi.hi)
	 vld1.64	{$t0},[$inp],$inc	@ load [rotated] I[i+2]

	veor		$Xh,$Xh,$Xhn
	 cclr		$inc,eq			@ is it time to zero $inc?
	veor		$Xm,$Xm,$Xmn

	vext.8		$t1,$Xl,$Xh,#8		@ Karatsuba post-processing
	veor		$t2,$Xl,$Xh
	veor		$Xm,$Xm,$t1
	 vld1.64	{$t1},[$inp],$inc	@ load [rotated] I[i+3]
#ifndef __ARMEB__
	 vrev64.8	$t0,$t0
#endif
	veor		$Xm,$Xm,$t2
	vpmull.p64	$t2,$Xl,$xC2		@ 1st phase of reduction

#ifndef __ARMEB__
	 vrev64.8	$t1,$t1
#endif
	vmov		$Xh#lo,$Xm#hi		@ Xh|Xm - 256-bit result
	vmov		$Xm#hi,$Xl#lo		@ Xm is rotated Xl
	 vext.8		$In,$t1,$t1,#8
	 vext.8		$IN,$t0,$t0,#8
	veor		$Xl,$Xm,$t2
	 vpmull.p64	$Xln,$H,$In		@ H·Ii+1
	veor		$IN,$IN,$Xh		@ accumulate $IN early

	vext.8		$t2,$Xl,$Xl,#8		@ 2nd phase of reduction
	vpmull.p64	$Xl,$Xl,$xC2
	veor		$IN,$IN,$t2
	 veor		$t1,$t1,$In		@ Karatsuba pre-processing
	veor		$IN,$IN,$Xl
	 vpmull2.p64	$Xhn,$H,$In
	b.hs		.Loop_mod2x_v8		@ there was at least 32 more bytes

	veor		$Xh,$Xh,$t2
	vext.8		$IN,$t0,$t0,#8		@ re-construct $IN
	adds		$len,$len,#32		@ re-construct $len
	veor		$Xl,$Xl,$Xh		@ re-construct $Xl
	b.eq		.Ldone_v8		@ is $len zero?
___
}
$code.=<<___;
.Lodd_tail_v8:
	vext.8		$t2,$Xl,$Xl,#8
	veor		$IN,$IN,$Xl		@ inp^=Xi
	veor		$t1,$t0,$t2		@ $t1 is rotated inp^Xi

	vpmull.p64	$Xl,$H,$IN		@ H.lo·Xi.lo
	veor		$t1,$t1,$IN		@ Karatsuba pre-processing
	vpmull2.p64	$Xh,$H,$IN		@ H.hi·Xi.hi
	vpmull.p64	$Xm,$Hhl,$t1		@ (H.lo+H.hi)·(Xi.lo+Xi.hi)

	vext.8		$t1,$Xl,$Xh,#8		@ Karatsuba post-processing
	veor		$t2,$Xl,$Xh
	veor		$Xm,$Xm,$t1
	veor		$Xm,$Xm,$t2
	vpmull.p64	$t2,$Xl,$xC2		@ 1st phase of reduction

	vmov		$Xh#lo,$Xm#hi		@ Xh|Xm - 256-bit result
	vmov		$Xm#hi,$Xl#lo		@ Xm is rotated Xl
	veor		$Xl,$Xm,$t2

	vext.8		$t2,$Xl,$Xl,#8		@ 2nd phase of reduction
	vpmull.p64	$Xl,$Xl,$xC2
	veor		$t2,$t2,$Xh
	veor		$Xl,$Xl,$t2

.Ldone_v8:
#ifndef __ARMEB__
	vrev64.8	$Xl,$Xl
#endif
	vext.8		$Xl,$Xl,$Xl,#8
	vst1.64		{$Xl},[$Xi]		@ write out Xi

___
$code.=<<___		if ($flavour !~ /64/);
	vldmia		sp!,{d8-d15}		@ 32-bit ABI says so
___
$code.=<<___;
	ret
.size	gcm_ghash_v8,.-gcm_ghash_v8
___
}
$code.=<<___;
.asciz  "GHASH for ARMv8, CRYPTOGAMS by <appro\@openssl.org>"
.align  2
___

if ($flavour =~ /64/) {			######## 64-bit code
    sub unvmov {
	my $arg=shift;

	$arg =~ m/q([0-9]+)#(lo|hi),\s*q([0-9]+)#(lo|hi)/o &&
	sprintf	"ins	v%d.d[%d],v%d.d[%d]",$1,($2 eq "lo")?0:1,$3,($4 eq "lo")?0:1;
    }
    foreach(split("\n",$code)) {
	s/cclr\s+([wx])([^,]+),\s*([a-z]+)/csel	$1$2,$1zr,$1$2,$3/o	or
	s/vmov\.i8/movi/o		or	# fix up legacy mnemonics
	s/vmov\s+(.*)/unvmov($1)/geo	or
	s/vext\.8/ext/o			or
	s/vshr\.s/sshr\.s/o		or
	s/vshr/ushr/o			or
	s/^(\s+)v/$1/o			or	# strip off v prefix
	s/\bbx\s+lr\b/ret/o;

	s/\bq([0-9]+)\b/"v".($1<8?$1:$1+8).".16b"/geo;	# old->new registers
	s/@\s/\/\//o;				# old->new style commentary

	# fix up remainig legacy suffixes
	s/\.[ui]?8(\s)/$1/o;
	s/\.[uis]?32//o and s/\.16b/\.4s/go;
	m/\.p64/o and s/\.16b/\.1q/o;		# 1st pmull argument
	m/l\.p64/o and s/\.16b/\.1d/go;		# 2nd and 3rd pmull arguments
	s/\.[uisp]?64//o and s/\.16b/\.2d/go;
	s/\.[42]([sd])\[([0-3])\]/\.$1\[$2\]/o;

	print $_,"\n";
    }
} else {				######## 32-bit code
    sub unvdup32 {
	my $arg=shift;

	$arg =~ m/q([0-9]+),\s*q([0-9]+)\[([0-3])\]/o &&
	sprintf	"vdup.32	q%d,d%d[%d]",$1,2*$2+($3>>1),$3&1;
    }
    sub unvpmullp64 {
	my ($mnemonic,$arg)=@_;

	if ($arg =~ m/q([0-9]+),\s*q([0-9]+),\s*q([0-9]+)/o) {
	    my $word = 0xf2a00e00|(($1&7)<<13)|(($1&8)<<19)
				 |(($2&7)<<17)|(($2&8)<<4)
				 |(($3&7)<<1) |(($3&8)<<2);
	    $word |= 0x00010001	 if ($mnemonic =~ "2");
	    # since ARMv7 instructions are always encoded little-endian.
	    # correct solution is to use .inst directive, but older
	    # assemblers don't implement it:-(
	    sprintf ".byte\t0x%02x,0x%02x,0x%02x,0x%02x\t@ %s %s",
			$word&0xff,($word>>8)&0xff,
			($word>>16)&0xff,($word>>24)&0xff,
			$mnemonic,$arg;
	}
    }

    foreach(split("\n",$code)) {
	s/\b[wx]([0-9]+)\b/r$1/go;		# new->old registers
	s/\bv([0-9])\.[12468]+[bsd]\b/q$1/go;	# new->old registers
	s/\/\/\s?/@ /o;				# new->old style commentary

	# fix up remainig new-style suffixes
	s/\],#[0-9]+/]!/o;

	s/cclr\s+([^,]+),\s*([a-z]+)/mov$2	$1,#0/o			or
	s/vdup\.32\s+(.*)/unvdup32($1)/geo				or
	s/v?(pmull2?)\.p64\s+(.*)/unvpmullp64($1,$2)/geo		or
	s/\bq([0-9]+)#(lo|hi)/sprintf "d%d",2*$1+($2 eq "hi")/geo	or
	s/^(\s+)b\./$1b/o						or
	s/^(\s+)ret/$1bx\tlr/o;

	print $_,"\n";
    }
}

close STDOUT; # enforce flush