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Reduce the number of header files included from other header
files as much as possible without splitting the files. Use forward
declarations where possible. This allows removal of some unnecessary
"#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__" statements.
Also, review the .c and .S files for which header files really need
including and reorder the #include statements alphabetically.
The BL images share common stack management code which provides
one coherent and one cacheable stack for every CPU. BL1 and BL2
just execute on the primary CPU during boot and do not require
the additional CPU stacks. This patch provides separate stack
support code for UP and MP images, substantially reducing the
RAM usage for BL1 and BL2 for the FVP platform.
This patch also provides macros for declaring stacks and
calculating stack base addresses to improve consistency where
this has to be done in the firmware.
The stack allocation source files are now included via
platform.mk rather than the common BLx makefiles. This allows
each platform to select the appropriate MP/UP stack support
for each BL image.
Each platform makefile must be updated when including this
This extends the --gc-sections behaviour to the many assembler
support functions in the firmware images by placing each function
into its own code section. This is achieved by creating a 'func'
macro used to declare each function label.
This patch increases coherent stack size for both debug and release
builds in order to accommodate stack-heavy printf() and extended EL3
Ctags seem to have a problem with generating tags for assembler symbols
when a comment immediately follows an assembly label.
This patch inserts a single space character between the label
definition and the following comments to help ctags.
The patch is generated by the command:
git ls-files -- \*.S | xargs sed -i 's/^\([^:]\+\):;/\1: ;/1'
In the previous psci implementation, the psci_afflvl_power_on_finish()
function would run into an error condition if the value of the context
id parameter in the cpu_on and cpu_suspend psci calls was != 0. The
parameter was being restored as the return value of the affinity level
0 finisher function. A non zero context id would be treated as an
error condition. This would prevent successful wake up of the cpu from
a power down state. Also, the contents of the general purpose
registers were not being cleared upon return to the non-secure world
after a cpu power up. This could potentially allow the non-secure
world to view secure data.
This patch ensures that all general purpose registers are set to ~0
prior to the final eret that drops the execution to the non-secure
world. The context id is used to initialize the general purpose
register x0 prior to re-entry into the non-secure world and is no
longer restored as a function return value. A platform helper
(platform_get_stack()) has been introduced to facilitate this change.
- Add instructions for contributing to ARM Trusted Firmware.
- Update copyright text in all files to acknowledge contributors.