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2014-02-27fvp: Make use of the generic MMU translation table setup codetixy-issue-19Jon Medhurst
Signed-off-by: Jon Medhurst <tixy@linaro.org>
2014-02-27Update Makefiles to get proper dependency checking working.tixy-issue-11Jon Medhurst
This change requires all platforms to now specify a list of source files rather than object files. New source files should preferably be specified by using the path as well and we should add this in the future for all files so we can remove use of vpath. This is desirable because vpath hides issues like the fact that BL2 currently pulls in a BL1 file bl1/aarch64/early_exceptions.S and if in the future we added bl2/aarch64/early_exceptions.S then it's likely only one of the two version would be used for both bootloaders. This change also removes the 'dump' build target and simply gets bootloaders to always generate a dump file. At the same time the -x option is added so the section headers and symbols table are listed. Fixes ARM-software/tf-issues#11 Signed-off-by: Jon Medhurst <tixy@linaro.org>
2014-02-20Add Test Secure Payload Dispatcher (TSPD) serviceAchin Gupta
This patch adds the TSPD service which is responsible for managing communication between the non-secure state and the Test Secure Payload (TSP) executing in S-EL1. The TSPD does the following: 1. Determines the location of the TSP (BL3-2) image and passes control to it for initialization. This is done by exporting the 'bl32_init()' function. 2. Receives a structure containing the various entry points into the TSP image as a response to being initialized. The TSPD uses this information to determine how the TSP should be entered depending on the type of operation. 3. Implements a synchronous mechanism for entering into and returning from the TSP image. This mechanism saves the current C runtime context on top of the current stack and jumps to the TSP through an ERET instruction. The TSP issues an SMC to indicate completion of the previous request. The TSPD restores the saved C runtime context and resumes TSP execution. This patch also introduces a Make variable 'SPD' to choose the specific SPD to include in the build. By default, no SPDs are included in the build. Change-Id: I124da5695cdc510999b859a1bf007f4d049e04f3 Co-authored-by: Jeenu Viswambharan <jeenu.viswambharan@arm.com>
2014-02-20Add Test Secure Payload (BL3-2) imageAchin Gupta
This patch adds a simple TSP as the BL3-2 image. The secure payload executes in S-EL1. It paves the way for the addition of the TSP dispatcher runtime service to BL3-1. The TSP and the dispatcher service will serve as an example of the runtime firmware's ability to toggle execution between the non-secure and secure states in response to SMC request from the non-secure state. The TSP will be replaced by a Trusted OS in a real system. The TSP also exports a set of handlers which should be called in response to a PSCI power management event e.g a cpu being suspended or turned off. For now it runs out of Secure DRAM on the ARM FVP port and will be moved to Secure SRAM later. The default translation table setup code assumes that the caller is executing out of secure SRAM. Hence the TSP exports its own translation table setup function. The TSP only services Fast SMCs, is non-reentrant and non-interruptible. It does arithmetic operations on two sets of four operands, one set supplied by the non-secure client, and the other supplied by the TSP dispatcher in EL3. It returns the result according to the Secure Monitor Calling convention standard. This TSP has two functional entry points: - An initial, one-time entry point through which the TSP is initialized and prepares for receiving further requests from secure monitor/dispatcher - A fast SMC service entry point through which the TSP dispatcher requests secure services on behalf of the non-secure client Change-Id: I24377df53399307e2560a025eb2c82ce98ab3931 Co-authored-by: Jeenu Viswambharan <jeenu.viswambharan@arm.com>