/* $Id: reg.h,v 1.6 1999/09/06 08:22:10 jj Exp $
* linux/asm-sparc64/reg.h
* Layout of the registers as expected by gdb on the Sparc
* we should replace the user.h definitions with those in
* this file, we don't even use the other
* -miguel
*
* The names of the structures, constants and aliases in this file
* have the same names as the sunos ones, some programs rely on these
* names (gdb for example).
*
*/
#ifndef __SPARC64_REG_H
#define __SPARC64_REG_H
struct regs {
unsigned long r_g1;
unsigned long r_g2;
unsigned long r_g3;
unsigned long r_g4;
unsigned long r_g5;
unsigned long r_g6;
unsigned long r_g7;
unsigned long r_o0;
unsigned long r_o1;
unsigned long r_o2;
unsigned long r_o3;
unsigned long r_o4;
unsigned long r_o5;
unsigned long r_o6;
unsigned long r_o7;
unsigned long __pad;
unsigned long r_tstate;
unsigned long r_tpc;
unsigned long r_tnpc;
unsigned int r_y;
unsigned int r_fprs;
};
#define FPU_REGS_TYPE unsigned int
#define FPU_FSR_TYPE unsigned long
struct fp_status {
unsigned long fpu_fr[32];
unsigned long Fpu_fsr;
};
struct fpu {
struct fp_status f_fpstatus;
};
#define fpu_regs f_fpstatus.fpu_fr
#define fpu_fsr f_fpstatus.Fpu_fsr
#endif /* __SPARC64_REG_H */