.macro ARM_DIV_BODY dividend, divisor, result, curbit | |

#if __LINUX_ARM_ARCH__ >= 5 | |

clz \curbit, \divisor | |

clz \result, \dividend | |

sub \result, \curbit, \result | |

mov \curbit, #1 | |

mov \divisor, \divisor, lsl \result | |

mov \curbit, \curbit, lsl \result | |

mov \result, #0 | |

#else | |

@ Initially shift the divisor left 3 bits if possible, | |

@ set curbit accordingly. This allows for curbit to be located | |

@ at the left end of each 4 bit nibbles in the division loop | |

@ to save one loop in most cases. | |

tst \divisor, #0xe0000000 | |

moveq \divisor, \divisor, lsl #3 | |

moveq \curbit, #8 | |

movne \curbit, #1 | |

@ Unless the divisor is very big, shift it up in multiples of | |

@ four bits, since this is the amount of unwinding in the main | |

@ division loop. Continue shifting until the divisor is | |

@ larger than the dividend. | |

1: cmp \divisor, #0x10000000 | |

cmplo \divisor, \dividend | |

movlo \divisor, \divisor, lsl #4 | |

movlo \curbit, \curbit, lsl #4 | |

blo 1b | |

@ For very big divisors, we must shift it a bit at a time, or | |

@ we will be in danger of overflowing. | |

1: cmp \divisor, #0x80000000 | |

cmplo \divisor, \dividend | |

movlo \divisor, \divisor, lsl #1 | |

movlo \curbit, \curbit, lsl #1 | |

blo 1b | |

mov \result, #0 | |

#endif | |

@ Division loop | |

1: cmp \dividend, \divisor | |

subhs \dividend, \dividend, \divisor | |

orrhs \result, \result, \curbit | |

cmp \dividend, \divisor, lsr #1 | |

subhs \dividend, \dividend, \divisor, lsr #1 | |

orrhs \result, \result, \curbit, lsr #1 | |

cmp \dividend, \divisor, lsr #2 | |

subhs \dividend, \dividend, \divisor, lsr #2 | |

orrhs \result, \result, \curbit, lsr #2 | |

cmp \dividend, \divisor, lsr #3 | |

subhs \dividend, \dividend, \divisor, lsr #3 | |

orrhs \result, \result, \curbit, lsr #3 | |

cmp \dividend, #0 @ Early termination? | |

movnes \curbit, \curbit, lsr #4 @ No, any more bits to do? | |

movne \divisor, \divisor, lsr #4 | |

bne 1b | |

.endm | |

.macro ARM_DIV2_ORDER divisor, order | |

#if __LINUX_ARM_ARCH__ >= 5 | |

clz \order, \divisor | |

rsb \order, \order, #31 | |

#else | |

cmp \divisor, #(1 << 16) | |

movhs \divisor, \divisor, lsr #16 | |

movhs \order, #16 | |

movlo \order, #0 | |

cmp \divisor, #(1 << 8) | |

movhs \divisor, \divisor, lsr #8 | |

addhs \order, \order, #8 | |

cmp \divisor, #(1 << 4) | |

movhs \divisor, \divisor, lsr #4 | |

addhs \order, \order, #4 | |

cmp \divisor, #(1 << 2) | |

addhi \order, \order, #3 | |

addls \order, \order, \divisor, lsr #1 | |

#endif | |

.endm | |

.align 5 | |

.globl __divsi3 | |

.globl __aeabi_idiv | |

__divsi3: | |

__aeabi_idiv: | |

cmp r1, #0 | |

eor ip, r0, r1 @ save the sign of the result. | |

beq Ldiv0 | |

rsbmi r1, r1, #0 @ loops below use unsigned. | |

subs r2, r1, #1 @ division by 1 or -1 ? | |

beq 10f | |

movs r3, r0 | |

rsbmi r3, r0, #0 @ positive dividend value | |

cmp r3, r1 | |

bls 11f | |

tst r1, r2 @ divisor is power of 2 ? | |

beq 12f | |

ARM_DIV_BODY r3, r1, r0, r2 | |

cmp ip, #0 | |

rsbmi r0, r0, #0 | |

mov pc, lr | |

10: teq ip, r0 @ same sign ? | |

rsbmi r0, r0, #0 | |

mov pc, lr | |

11: movlo r0, #0 | |

moveq r0, ip, asr #31 | |

orreq r0, r0, #1 | |

mov pc, lr | |

12: ARM_DIV2_ORDER r1, r2 | |

cmp ip, #0 | |

mov r0, r3, lsr r2 | |

rsbmi r0, r0, #0 | |

mov pc, lr | |

Ldiv0: | |

str lr, [sp, #-4]! | |

bl __div0 | |

mov r0, #0 @ About as wrong as it could be. | |

ldr pc, [sp], #4 |