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* make generic bits/fcntl.h shareable with 64-bit archsRich Felker2020-09-031-0/+6
| | | | | | | | | | | the fcntl file locking command macro values in the existing generic bits/fcntl.h were the "64" variants, requiring 64-bit archs that use the "plain" variants to have their own bits/fcntl.h, even if they otherwise use the common definitions for everything. since commit 7cc79d10afd43811a486fd5e9fcdf8e45ac599e0 exposed __LONG_MAX to all bits headers, we can now make the generic one common between 32- and 64-bit archs.
* move struct dirent to bits header, allow NAME_MAX to varyRich Felker2020-01-251-0/+11
| | | | | | this is not necessary for linux but is a simple, inexpensive change to make that facilitates ports to systems where NAME_MAX needs to be longer.
* move time64 ioctl numbers to generic bits/ioctl.hRich Felker2019-11-021-0/+5
| | | | | | | | | | now that all 32-bit archs have 64-bit time types, the values for the time-related ioctls can be shared. the mechanism for this is an arch/generic version of the bits header. archs which don't use the generic header still need to duplicate the definitions. x32, which does not use the new time64 values of the macros, already has its own overrides, so this commit does not affect it.
* move msghdr and cmsghdr out of bits/socket.hRich Felker2019-11-021-15/+0
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | these structures can now be defined generically in terms of endianness and long size. previously, the 32-bit archs all shared a common definition from the generic bits header, and each 64-bit arch had to repeat the 64-bit version, with endian conditionals if the arch had variants of each endianness. I would prefer getting rid of the preprocessor conditionals for padding and instead using unnamed bitfield members, like commit 9b2921bea1d5017832e1b45d1fd64220047a9802 did for struct timespec. however, at present sendmsg, recvmsg, and recvmmsg need access to the padding members by name to zero them. this could perhaps be cleaned up in the future.
* define LONG_MAX via arch alltypes.h, strip down bits/limits.hRich Felker2019-10-171-0/+0
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | LLONG_MAX is uniform for all archs we support and plenty of header and code level logic assumes it is, so it does not make sense for limits.h bits mechanism to pretend it's variable. LONG_BIT can be defined in terms of LONG_MAX; there's no reason to put it in bits. by moving LONG_MAX definition to __LONG_MAX in alltypes.h and moving LLONG_MAX out of bits, there are now no plain-C limits that are defined in the bits header, so the bits header only needs to be included in the POSIX or extended profiles. this allows the feature test macro logic to be removed from the bits header, facilitating a long-term goal of getting such logic out of bits. having __LONG_MAX in alltypes.h will allow further generalization of headers. archs without a constant PAGESIZE no longer need bits/limits.h at all.
* move IPC_STAT definition to a new bits/ipcstat.h fileRich Felker2019-08-021-0/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | otherwise, 32-bit archs that could otherwise share the generic bits/ipc.h would need to duplicate the struct ipc_perm definition, obscuring the fact that it's the same. sysvipc is not widely used and these headers are not commonly included, so there is no performance gain to be had by limiting the number of indirectly included files here. files with the existing time32 definition of IPC_STAT are added to all current 32-bit archs now, so that when it's changed the change will show up as a change rather than addition of a new file where it's less obvious that the value is changing vs the generic one that was used before.
* move IPC_64 from public bits/ipc.h to syscall_arch.hRich Felker2019-07-301-2/+0
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | the definition of the IPC_64 macro controls the interface between libc and the kernel through syscalls; it's not a public API. the meaning is rather obscure. long ago, Linux's sysvipc *id_ds structures used 16-bit uids/gids and wrong types for a few other fields. this was in the libc5 era, before glibc. the IPC_64 flag (64 is a misnomer; it's more like 32) tells the kernel to use the modern[-ish] versions of the structures. the definition of IPC_64 has nothing to do with whether the arch is 32- or 64-bit. rather, due to either historical accident or intentional obnoxiousness, the kernel only accepts and masks off the 0x100 IPC_64 flag conditional on CONFIG_ARCH_WANT_IPC_PARSE_VERSION, i.e. for archs that want to provide, or that accidentally provided, both. for archs which don't define this option, no masking is performed and commands with the 0x100 bit set will fail as invalid. so ultimately, the definition is just a matter of matching an arbitrary switch defined per-arch in the kernel.
* use 64-bit msqid_ds layout in the generic version of bits/msg.hRich Felker2019-07-291-3/+0
| | | | | | this layout is more common already than the old generic, and should become even more common in the future with new archs added and with 64-bit time_t on 32-bit archs.
* use 64-bit semid_ds layout in the generic version of bits/sem.hRich Felker2019-07-291-2/+0
| | | | | | | | this layout is slightly less common than the old generic one, but only because x86_64 and x32 wrongly (according to comments in the kernel headers) copied the i386 padding. for future archs, and with 64-bit time_t on 32-bit archs, the new layout here will become the most common, and it makes sense to treat it as the generic.
* extricate bits/sem.h from x32 time_t hackRich Felker2019-07-291-6/+6
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | various padding fields in the generic bits/sem.h were defined in terms of time_t as a cheap hack standing in for "kernel long", to allow x32 to use the generic version of the file. this was a really bad idea, as it ended up getting copied into lots of arch-specific versions of the bits file, and is a blocker to changing time_t to 64-bit on 32-bit archs. this commit adds an x32-specific version of the header, and changes padding type back from time_t to long (currently the same type on all archs but x32) in the generic header and all the others the hack got copied into.
* remove trailing newlines from various versions of bits/shm.hRich Felker2019-07-291-1/+0
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* use 64-bit shmid_ds layout in the generic version of bits/shm.hRich Felker2019-07-291-3/+0
| | | | | | | | | this layout is more common already than the old generic, and should become even more common in the future with new archs added and with 64-bit time_t on 32-bit archs. the duplicate arch-specific copies are not removed yet in this commit, so as to assist git tooling in copy/rename tracking.
* math: add fp_arch.h with fp_barrier and fp_force_evalSzabolcs Nagy2019-04-171-0/+0
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | C99 has ways to support fenv access, but compilers don't implement it and assume nearest rounding mode and no fp status flag access. (gcc has -frounding-math and then it does not assume nearest rounding mode, but it still assumes the compiled code itself does not change the mode. Even if the C99 mechanism was implemented it is not ideal: it requires all code in the library to be compiled with FENV_ACCESS "on" to make it usable in non-nearest rounding mode, but that limits optimizations more than necessary.) The math functions should give reasonable results in all rounding modes (but the quality may be degraded in non-nearest rounding modes) and the fp status flag settings should follow the spec, so fenv side-effects are important and code transformations that break them should be prevented. Unfortunately compilers don't give any help with this, the best we can do is to add fp barriers to the code using volatile local variables (they create a stack frame and undesirable memory accesses to it) or inline asm (gcc specific, requires target specific fp reg constraints, often creates unnecessary reg moves and multiple barriers are needed to express that an operation has side-effects) or extern call (only useful in tail-call position to avoid stack-frame creation and does not work with lto). We assume that in a math function if an operation depends on the input and the output depends on it, then the operation will be evaluated at runtime when the function is called, producing all the expected fenv side-effects (this is not true in case of lto and in case the operation is evaluated with excess precision that is not rounded away). So fp barriers are needed (1) to prevent the move of an operation within a function (in case it may be moved from an unevaluated code path into an evaluated one or if it may be moved across a fenv access), (2) force the evaluation of an operation for its side-effect when it has no input dependency (may be constant folded) or (3) when its output is unused. I belive that fp_barrier and fp_force_eval can take care of these and they should not be needed in hot code paths.
* bits/ioctl.h: add TIOC{G,S}ISO7816 from linux v4.20Szabolcs Nagy2019-03-131-0/+2
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | ISO7816 smart cards ioctls. linux commit ad8c0eaa0a418ae8ef3f9217638bb86439399eac the actual kernel definitions are #define TIOCGISO7816 _IOR('T', 0x42, struct serial_iso7816) #define TIOCSISO7816 _IOWR('T', 0x43, struct serial_iso7816) where struct serial_iso7816 is defined in linux/serial.h as struct serial_iso7816 { __u32 flags; __u32 tg; __u32 sc_fi; __u32 sc_di; __u32 clk; __u32 reserved[5]; };
* move arch-invariant definitions out of bits/ioctl.hBobby Bingham2019-02-071-98/+0
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* move inclusion of linux headers for kd.h, soundcard.h, vt.h to bitsmidipix2018-07-203-0/+3
| | | | | | | | | | | | maintainer's note: while musl does not use the linux kernel headers, it does provide these three sys/* headers which do nothing but include the corresponding linux/* headers, since the sys/* versions are the ones documented for application use (and they arguably provide interfaces that are not linux-specific but common to other unices). these headers should probably not be provided by libc (rather by a separate package), but as long as they are, use the bits header framework as an aid to out-of-tree ports of musl for non-linux systems that want to implement them in some other way.
* add support for arch-specific ptrace command macrosSzabolcs Nagy2018-07-171-0/+0
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | sys/ptrace.h is target specific, use bits/ptrace.h to add target specific macro definitions. these macros are kept in the generic sys/ptrace.h even though some targets don't support them: PTRACE_GETREGS PTRACE_SETREGS PTRACE_GETFPREGS PTRACE_SETFPREGS PTRACE_GETFPXREGS PTRACE_SETFPXREGS so no macro definition got removed in this patch on any target. only s390x has a numerically conflicting macro definition (PTRACE_SINGLEBLOCK). the PT_ aliases follow glibc headers, otherwise the definitions come from linux uapi headers except ones that are skipped in glibc and there is no real kernel support (s390x PTRACE_*_AREA) or need special type definitions (mips PTRACE_*_WATCH_*) or only relevant for linux 2.4 compatibility (PTRACE_OLDSETOPTIONS).
* fix minor namespace issues in termios.hRich Felker2018-03-101-0/+2
| | | | | | | | | | the output delay features (NL*, CR*, TAB*, BS*, and VT*) are XSI-shaded. VT* is in the V* namespace reservation but the rest need to be suppressed in base POSIX namespace. unfortunately this change introduces feature test macro checks into another bits header. at some point these checks should be simplified by having features.h handle the "FTM X implies Y" relationships.
* ioctl TIOCGPTPEER from linux v4.13Szabolcs Nagy2017-11-051-0/+1
| | | | | added for safe opening of peer end of pty in a mount namespace. new in linux commit c6325179238f1d4683edbec53d8322575d76d7e2
* add SIOCGSTAMPNS socket ioctl macro to ioctl.hSzabolcs Nagy2017-08-291-0/+1
| | | | | | | | | | it is defined in linux asm/sockios.h since commit ae40eb1ef30ab4120bd3c8b7e3da99ee53d27a23 (linux v2.6.22) but was missing from musl by accident. in musl the sockios macros are exposed in sys/ioctl.h together with other ioctl requests instead of in sys/socket.h because of namespace rules. (glibc has them in sys/socket.h under _GNU_SOURCE.)
* remove legacy i386 fallback stdarg implementation and frameworkRich Felker2016-12-151-4/+0
| | | | | | | | | this has been slated for removal for a long time. there is fundamentally no way to implement stdarg without compiler assistance; any attempt to do so has serious undefined behavior; its working depends not just (as a common misconception goes) on ABI, but also on assumptions about compiler code generation internal to a translation unit, which is not subject to external ABI constraints.
* generalize ELF hash table types not to assume 32-bit entriesRich Felker2016-11-111-0/+1
| | | | | | | | | | alpha and s390x gratuitously use 64-bit entries (wasting 2x space and cache utilization) despite the values always being 32-bit. based on patch by Bobby Bingham, with changes suggested by Alexander Monakov to use the public Elf_Symndx type from link.h (and make it properly variable by arch) rather than adding new internal infrastructure for handling the type.
* add bits/hwcap.h and include it in sys/auxv.hSzabolcs Nagy2016-10-201-0/+0
| | | | | | | | | aarch64, arm, mips, mips64, mipsn32, powerpc, powerpc64 and sh have cpu feature bits defined in linux for AT_HWCAP auxv entry, so expose those in sys/auxv.h it seems the mips hwcaps were never exposed to userspace neither by linux nor by glibc, but that's most likely an oversight.
* make brace placement in public header struct definitions consistentRich Felker2016-07-035-12/+6
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | placing the opening brace on the same line as the struct keyword/tag is the style I prefer and seems to be the prevailing practice in more recent additions. these changes were generated by the command: find include/ arch/*/bits -name '*.h' \ -exec sed -i '/^struct [^;{]*$/{N;s/\n/ /;}' {} + and subsequently checked by hand to ensure that the regex did not pick up any false positives.
* fix generic termios.h macro exposure/namespace issuesSzabolcs Nagy2016-07-031-9/+14
| | | | | | | | | | | | | add EXTA, EXTB, CIBAUD, CMSPAR, XCASE macros and hide them as well as CBAUD, ECHOCTL, ECHOPRT, ECHOKE, FLUSHO, PENDIN in standard mode. the new macros are both in glibc termios.h and in linux asm/termbits.h, the later also contains IBSHIFT and BOTHER, those were not added. these are not standard macros, but some of them are in the reserved namespace so could be exposed, the ones which are not reserved are CIBAUD, CMSPAR and XCASE (which was removed in issue 6), the rest got hidden to be consistent with glibc.
* fix FIOQSIZE in arm ioctl.hSzabolcs Nagy2016-07-032-0/+2
| | | | | arm ioctl.h is the same as the generic one except this macro, so a workaround solution is used to avoid another ioctl.h copy.
* add missing TIOC* macros to ioctl.hSzabolcs Nagy2016-07-031-0/+8
| | | | | these are defined in linux asm/ioctls.h. (powerpc64 and powerpc bits/ioctl.h are now identical)
* add missing SIOCSIFNAME from linux/sockios.h to ioctl.hSzabolcs Nagy2016-07-031-0/+1
| | | | glibc ioctl.h has it too.
* remove ioctl macros that were removed from linux uapiSzabolcs Nagy2016-07-031-4/+0
| | | | | TIOCTTYGSTRUCT, TIOCGHAYESESP, TIOCSHAYESESP and TIOCM_MODEM_BITS were removed from the linux uapi and not present in glibc ioctl.h
* deduplicate bits/mman.hSzabolcs Nagy2016-03-181-0/+0
| | | | | | | | | | | currently five targets use the same mman.h constants and the rest share most constants too, so move them to sys/mman.h before the bits/mman.h include where the differences can be corrected by redefinition of the macros. this fixes two minor bugs: POSIX_MADV_DONTNEED was wrong on most targets (it should be the same as MADV_DONTNEED), and sh defined the x86-only MAP_32BIT mmap flag.
* deduplicate the bulk of the arch bits headersRich Felker2016-01-2715-0/+644
all bits headers that were identical for a number of 'clean' archs are moved to the new arch/generic tree. in addition, a few headers that differed only cosmetically from the new generic version are removed. additional deduplication may be possible in mman.h and in several headers (limits.h, posix.h, stdint.h) that mostly depend on whether the arch is 32- or 64-bit, but they are left alone for now because greater gains are likely possible with more invasive changes to header logic, which is beyond the scope of this commit.