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/* netboot
 *
 * asm.s,v
# Revision 1.1  1993/07/08  16:03:50  brezak
# Diskless boot prom code from Jim McKim ([email protected])
#
 * Revision 1.3  1993/06/08  14:22:36  mckim
 * Fast in line assembly bcopy(), bzero().
 *
 * Revision 1.2  1993/05/28  20:01:26  mckim
 * Fixed various StartProg() problems.
 *
 * Revision 1.1.1.1  1993/05/28  11:41:08  mckim
 * Initial version.
 *
 *
 * source in this file came from
 * the 386BSD boot blocks written by Julian Elischer.
 *
 * Ported to boot 386BSD by Julian Elischer ([email protected]) Sept 1992
 *
 * Mach Operating System
 * Copyright (c) 1992, 1991 Carnegie Mellon University
 * All Rights Reserved.
 * 
 * Permission to use, copy, modify and distribute this software and its
 * documentation is hereby granted, provided that both the copyright
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 * software, derivative works or modified versions, and any portions
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 * 
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 * CONDITION.  CARNEGIE MELLON DISCLAIMS ANY LIABILITY OF ANY KIND FOR
 * ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE.
 * 
 * Carnegie Mellon requests users of this software to return to
 * 
 *  Software Distribution Coordinator  or  [email protected]
 *  School of Computer Science
 *  Carnegie Mellon University
 *  Pittsburgh PA 15213-3890
 * 
 * any improvements or extensions that they make and grant Carnegie Mellon
 * the rights to redistribute these changes.
 */

/*
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   by Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, California.

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*/

/*-
 * Copyright (c) 1990 The Regents of the University of California.
 * All rights reserved.
 *
 * This code is derived from software contributed to Berkeley by
 * William Jolitz.
 *
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 */

	.file "asm.s"

#include "asm.h"

	.text

ENTRY(StartProg)
	/* void StartProg(u_long phyaddr, u_long *args)
	 * start the program in protected mode.  phyaddr is the entry point.
	 */

#ifndef USE_BUFFER
	push	%ebp
	mov	%esp, %ebp

	# get things we need into registers
	movl	0x8(%ebp), %ecx		# entry offset 
	movl	0x0c(%ebp), %eax	# &argv

	# make a new stack at 0:0xa0000 (big segs)
	mov	$KERN_DATA_SEG, %ebx
	movw	%bx, %ss
	movl	$0xa0000,%ebx
	movl	%ebx,%esp
	
	
	# push some number of args onto the stack
	pushl	$0			# nominally a cyl offset in the boot.
	pushl	0x8(%eax)		# argv[2] = bootdev
	pushl	0x4(%eax)		# argv[1] = howto
	pushl	$0			# dummy 'return' address
	
	# push on our entry address
	mov	$KERN_CODE_SEG, %ebx		# segment
	pushl	%ebx
	pushl	%ecx

	# convert over the other data segs
	mov	$KERN_DATA_SEG, %ebx
	movw	%bx, %ds
	movw	%bx, %es

	# convert the PC (and code seg)
	lret
#else
/* test version - relocating, kernel move (TBD) */
	/* if necessary, move ourself out of the way
	 * move the copy of the kernel to its correct load point
	 * set up a stack and transfer args to it
	 * call the entry point
	 * this is best done in assembly as the potential relocation will
	 * have a bad effect on non-PIC code.
	 */
	/* get things we need into registers */
	movl	0x8(%ebp), %ecx		# entry offset 
	movl	0x0c(%ebp), %eax	# &argv

	/* relocate ourselves to <tmp_reloc_org> */
	#  PhysBcopy(RELOC, tmp_reloc_org, WORK_AREA_SIZE);
	mov	$RELOC, %esi
	mov	$tmp_reloc_org, %edi
	mov	$WORK_AREA_SIZE, %ecx
	mov	%ds, %ax
	mov	%ax, %es
	rep
	movsb

	/* TBD - could probably also do this by munging a seg descriptor.
	 * would it be easier?
	 */
	ljmp	$KERN_CODE_SEG, tmp_reloc_org+$1f
1:
	/* now we are PIC - caveats */
	/* move the stack pointer to the new copy */
	add	tmp_reloc_org-xxx, %esp

	/* push some number of args onto the stack */
	pushl	$0			# nominally a cyl offset in the boot.
	pushl	0x8(%eax)		# argv[2] = bootdev
	pushl	0x4(%eax)		# argv[1] = howto
	pushl	$0			# dummy 'return' address
	
	/*  push on our entry address */
	mov	$0x08, %ebx		# segment
	pushl	%ebx
	pushl	%ecx

	/* copy loaded file to its destination (TBD) */
	#  PhysBcopy(kcopy, korg, ksize);
	mov	kern_copy_org, %esi
	mov	boot_area_org, %edi
	mov	xxxksize, %ecx
	mov	%ds, %ax
	mov	%ax, %es
	rep
	movsb	

	/* convert the PC (and code seg) */
	lret
#endif


/*
 * C library -- _setjmp, _longjmp
 *
 *	longjmp(a,v)
 * will generate a "return(v)" from the last call to
 *	setjmp(a)
 * by restoring registers from the stack.
 * The previous signal state is restored.
 */

ENTRY(setjmp)
	movl	4(%esp),%ecx 
	movl	0(%esp),%edx
	movl	%edx, 0(%ecx)
	movl	%ebx, 4(%ecx)
	movl	%esp, 8(%ecx)
	movl	%ebp,12(%ecx)
	movl	%esi,16(%ecx)
	movl	%edi,20(%ecx)
	movl	%eax,24(%ecx)
	movl	$0,%eax
	ret

ENTRY(longjmp)
	movl	4(%esp),%edx
	movl	8(%esp),%eax
	movl	0(%edx),%ecx
	movl	4(%edx),%ebx
	movl	8(%edx),%esp
	movl	12(%edx),%ebp
	movl	16(%edx),%esi
	movl	20(%edx),%edi
	cmpl	$0,%eax
	jne	1f
	movl	$1,%eax
1:	movl	%ecx,0(%esp)
	ret