[J-core] Port Idea: Little Kernel
cedric.bail at free.fr
Sat Nov 11 21:43:28 EST 2017
On Sat, Nov 11, 2017 at 5:17 PM, Rob Landley <rob at landley.net> wrote:
> On 11/11/2017 02:42 PM, Cedric BAIL wrote:
>>> I looked at that commit and it sounds quite simple to add the same
>>> tests for all the other instructions. I was planning to use my JSON
>>> file for this kind of purpose and generate most of it automatically. I
>>> will try to look at it this weekend or during next week. Would you
>>> mind sharing the binary you are using to do your current tests with
>>> sh2 ? I am guessing I can use a sh4 debian to test if the features
>>> tests are enable and result in an illegal instruction.
>> It was indeed pretty easy to write the code. I have made necessary
>> change to qemu to handle the entire SuperH family over night. I don't
> Ooh, very nice. Do you have a patch I can look at?
Yes, they are on my github fork of qemu
(https://github.com/Bluebugs/qemu). Without testing I won't be trying
to submit them upstream just yet.
>> really know where to go for a few bits, especially regarding the board
>> definition. This means it is not tested (Just previous SH4A code now
>> work with the new logic generated from my JSON file and I can still
>> start debian on my modified version). You can have a look at it here :
>> https://github.com/Bluebugs/qemu . If anyone has a clue on a proper
>> direction for the board definition, would be neat.
> What I was hoping to do was get qemu to run the existing numato/turtle
> vmlinux binaries and cpio root filesystems. (Numato and turtle run the
> same kernel config on vanilla at the moment. The turtle-only hardware,
> like ethernet, hasn't got drivers in vanilla yet. I'm hoping we can fix
> some of that in the 4.15 dev cycle.)
> Lemme try to get you some reference binaries I've built with mkroot and
> tested on the hardware...
>> Also I discovered a few bugs in the JSON file I had that cover SuperH
>> instruction set. I have updated my git repo
>> (https://github.com/Bluebugs/sh-insns) with the assumed correct
>> version from qemu. Maybe someone here has an idea if this is actually
>> correct :
>> sets: "0000000001011000"
>> ldc Rm,DBR: "0100mmmm11111010"
> That's a question for Jeff or Rich.
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