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\ CROSS.FS     The Cross-Compiler                      06oct92py
\ Idea and implementation: Bernd Paysan (py)
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\ Copyright (C) 1995,1996,1997,1998,1999,2000 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
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\ This file is part of Gforth.

\ Gforth is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
\ modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
\ as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
\ of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

\ This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
\ but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
\ MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
\ GNU General Public License for more details.

\ You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
\ along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
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\ Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111, USA.
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[IF]

ToDo:
Crossdoc destination ./doc/crossdoc.fd makes no sense when
cross.fs is uses seperately. jaw
Do we need this char translation with >address and in branchoffset? 
(>body also affected) jaw
Clean up mark> and >resolve stuff jaw

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\ debugging for compiling

\ print stack at each colon definition
\ : : save-input cr bl word count type restore-input throw .s : ;

\ print stack at each created word
\ : create save-input cr bl word count type restore-input throw .s create ;


\ \ -------------  Setup Vocabularies

\ Remark: Vocabulary is not ANS, but it should work...

Vocabulary Cross
Vocabulary Target
Vocabulary Ghosts
Vocabulary Minimal
only Forth also Target also also
definitions Forth

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: T  previous Ghosts also Target ; immediate
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: G  Ghosts ; immediate
: H  previous Forth also Cross ; immediate

forth definitions

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: T  previous Ghosts also Target ; immediate
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: G  Ghosts ; immediate

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: >cross  also Cross definitions previous ;
: >target also Target definitions previous ;
: >minimal also Minimal definitions previous ;

H

>CROSS

\ find out whether we are compiling with gforth

: defined? bl word find nip ;
defined? emit-file defined? toupper and \ drop 0
[IF]
\ use this in a gforth system
: \GFORTH ; immediate
: \ANSI postpone \ ; immediate
[ELSE]
: \GFORTH postpone \ ; immediate
: \ANSI ; immediate
[THEN]

\ANSI : [IFUNDEF] defined? 0= postpone [IF] ; immediate
\ANSI : [IFDEF] defined? postpone [IF] ; immediate
0 \ANSI drop 1
[IF]
: \G postpone \ ; immediate
: rdrop postpone r> postpone drop ; immediate
: name bl word count ;
: bounds over + swap ;
: scan >r BEGIN dup WHILE over c@ r@ <> WHILE 1 /string REPEAT THEN rdrop ;
: linked here over @ , swap ! ;
: alias create , DOES> @ EXECUTE ;
: defer ['] noop alias ;
: is state @ 
  IF ' >body postpone literal postpone ! 
  ELSE ' >body ! THEN ; immediate
: 0>= 0< 0= ;
: d<> rot <> -rot <> or ;
: toupper dup [char] a [char] z 1+ within IF [char] A [char] a - + THEN ;
Variable ebuf
: emit-file ( c fd -- ior ) swap ebuf c! ebuf 1 chars rot write-file ;
0a Constant #lf
0d Constant #cr

[IFUNDEF] Warnings Variable Warnings [THEN]

\ \ Number parsing					23feb93py

\ number? number                                       23feb93py

Variable dpl

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Create bases   10 ,   2 ,   A , 100 ,
\              16     2    10   character

\ !! protect BASE saving wrapper against exceptions
: getbase ( addr u -- addr' u' )
    over c@ [char] $ - dup 4 u<
    IF
	cells bases + @ base ! 1 /string
    ELSE
	drop
    THEN ;

: sign? ( addr u -- addr u flag )
    over c@ [char] - =  dup >r
    IF
	1 /string
    THEN
    r> ;

: s>unumber? ( addr u -- ud flag )
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    over [char] ' =
    IF 	\ a ' alone is rather unusual :-)
	drop char+ c@ 0 true EXIT 
    THEN
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    base @ >r  dpl on  getbase
    0. 2swap
    BEGIN ( d addr len )
	dup >r >number dup
    WHILE \ there are characters left
	dup r> -
    WHILE \ the last >number parsed something
	dup 1- dpl ! over c@ [char] . =
    WHILE \ the current char is '.'
	1 /string
    REPEAT  THEN \ there are unparseable characters left
	2drop false
    ELSE
	rdrop 2drop true
    THEN
    r> base ! ;

\ ouch, this is complicated; there must be a simpler way - anton
: s>number? ( addr len -- d f )
    \ converts string addr len into d, flag indicates success
    sign? >r
    s>unumber?
    0= IF
        rdrop false
    ELSE \ no characters left, all ok
	r>
	IF
	    dnegate
	THEN
	true
    THEN ;

: s>number ( addr len -- d )
    \ don't use this, there is no way to tell success
    s>number? drop ;

: snumber? ( c-addr u -- 0 / n -1 / d 0> )
    s>number? 0=
    IF
	2drop false  EXIT
    THEN
    dpl @ dup 0< IF
	nip
    ELSE
	1+
    THEN ;

: number? ( string -- string 0 / n -1 / d 0> )
    dup >r count snumber? dup if
	rdrop
    else
	r> swap
    then ;

: number ( string -- d )
    number? ?dup 0= abort" ?"  0<
    IF
	s>d
    THEN ;

[THEN]
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hex     \ the defualt base for the cross-compiler is hex !!
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\ Warnings off
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\ words that are generaly useful

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: KB  400 * ;
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: >wordlist ( vocabulary-xt -- wordlist-struct )
  also execute get-order swap >r 1- set-order r> ;

: umax 2dup u< IF swap THEN drop ;
: umin 2dup u> IF swap THEN drop ;
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: string, ( c-addr u -- )
    \ puts down string as cstring
    dup c, here swap chars dup allot move ;
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: ," [char] " parse string, ;

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: SetValue ( n -- <name> )
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\G Same behaviour as "Value" if the <name> is not defined
\G Same behaviour as "to" if <name> is defined
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\G SetValue searches in the current vocabulary
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  save-input bl word >r restore-input throw r> count
  get-current search-wordlist
  IF	drop >r
	\ we have to set current to be topmost context wordlist
	get-order get-order get-current swap 1+ set-order
	r> ['] to execute
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	set-order
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  ELSE Value THEN ;
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: DefaultValue ( n -- <name> )
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\G Same behaviour as "Value" if the <name> is not defined
\G DefaultValue searches in the current vocabulary
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 save-input bl word >r restore-input throw r> count
 get-current search-wordlist
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 IF bl word drop 2drop ELSE Value THEN ;
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\ 1 Constant Cross-Flag	\ to check whether assembler compiler plug-ins are
			\ for cross-compiling
\ No! we use "[IFUNDEF]" there to find out whether we are target compiling!!!
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: comment? ( c-addr u -- c-addr u )
        2dup s" (" compare 0=
        IF    postpone (
        ELSE  2dup s" \" compare 0= IF postpone \ THEN
        THEN ;
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: X 	bl word count [ ' target >wordlist ] Literal search-wordlist
	IF	state @ IF compile,
		ELSE execute THEN
	ELSE	-1 ABORT" Cross: access method not supported!"
	THEN ; immediate

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\ Begin CROSS COMPILER:
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\ debugging
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0 [IF]

This implements debugflags for the cross compiler and the compiled
images. It works identical to the has-flags in the environment.
The debugflags are defined in a vocabluary. If the word exists and
its value is true, the flag is switched on.

[THEN]

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Vocabulary debugflags	\ debug flags for cross
also debugflags get-order over
Constant debugflags-wl
set-order previous

: DebugFlag
  get-current >r debugflags-wl set-current
  SetValue
  r> set-current ;

: Debug? ( adr u -- flag )
\G return true if debug flag is defined or switched on
  debugflags-wl search-wordlist
  IF EXECUTE
  ELSE false THEN ;

: D? ( <name> -- flag )
\G return true if debug flag is defined or switched on
\G while compiling we do not return the current value but
  bl word count debug? ;

: [d?]
\G compile the value-xt so the debug flag can be switched
\G the flag must exist!
  bl word count debugflags-wl search-wordlist
  IF 	compile,
  ELSE  -1 ABORT" unknown debug flag"
	\ POSTPONE false 
  THEN ; immediate
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\ \ --------------------	source file

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Variable cross-file-list
0 cross-file-list !
Variable target-file-list
0 target-file-list !
Variable host-file-list
0 host-file-list !

cross-file-list Value file-list
0 Value source-desc

\ file loading

: >fl-id   1 cells + ;
: >fl-name 2 cells + ;

Variable filelist 0 filelist !
Create NoFile ," #load-file#"

: loadfile ( -- adr )
  source-desc ?dup IF >fl-name ELSE NoFile THEN ;

: sourcefilename ( -- adr len ) 
  loadfile count ;

\ANSI : sourceline# 0 ;

\ \ --------------------	path handling from kernel/paths.fs

\ paths.fs path file handling                                    03may97jaw

\ -Changing the search-path:
\ fpath+ <path> 	adds a directory to the searchpath
\ fpath= <path>|<path>	makes complete now searchpath
\ 			seperator is |
\ .fpath		displays the search path
\ remark I: 
\ a ./ in the beginning of filename is expanded to the directory the
\ current file comes from. ./ can also be included in the search-path!
\ ~+/ loads from the current working directory

\ remark II:
\ if there is no sufficient space for the search path increase it!


\ -Creating custom paths:

\ It is possible to use the search mechanism on yourself.

\ Make a buffer for the path:
\ create mypath	100 chars , 	\ maximum length (is checked)
\ 		0 ,		\ real len
\ 		100 chars allot \ space for path
\ use the same functions as above with:
\ mypath path+ 
\ mypath path=
\ mypath .path

\ do a open with the search path:
\ open-path-file ( adr len path -- fd adr len ior )
\ the file is opened read-only; if the file is not found an error is generated

\ questions to: wilke@jwdt.com

[IFUNDEF] +place
: +place ( adr len adr )
        2dup >r >r
        dup c@ char+ + swap move
        r> r> dup c@ rot + swap c! ;
[THEN]

[IFUNDEF] place
: place ( c-addr1 u c-addr2 )
        2dup c! char+ swap move ;
[THEN]

\ if we have path handling, use this and the setup of it
[IFUNDEF] open-fpath-file

create sourcepath 1024 chars , 0 , 1024 chars allot \ !! make this dynamic
sourcepath value fpath

: also-path ( adr len path^ -- )
  >r
  \ len check
  r@ cell+ @ over + r@ @ u> ABORT" path buffer too small!"
  \ copy into
  tuck r@ cell+ dup @ cell+ + swap cmove
  \ make delimiter
  0 r@ cell+ dup @ cell+ + 2 pick + c! 1 + r> cell+ +!
  ;

: only-path ( adr len path^ -- )
  dup 0 swap cell+ ! also-path ;

: path+ ( path-addr  "dir" -- ) \ gforth
    \G Add the directory @var{dir} to the search path @var{path-addr}.
    name rot also-path ;

: fpath+ ( "dir" ) \ gforth
    \G Add directory @var{dir} to the Forth search path.
    fpath path+ ;

: path= ( path-addr "dir1|dir2|dir3" ) \ gforth
    \G Make a complete new search path; the path separator is |.
    name 2dup bounds ?DO i c@ [char] | = IF 0 i c! THEN LOOP
    rot only-path ;

: fpath= ( "dir1|dir2|dir3" ) \ gforth
    \G Make a complete new Forth search path; the path separator is |.
    fpath path= ;

: path>counted  cell+ dup cell+ swap @ ;

: next-path ( adr len -- adr2 len2 )
  2dup 0 scan
  dup 0= IF     2drop 0 -rot 0 -rot EXIT THEN
  >r 1+ -rot r@ 1- -rot
  r> - ;

: previous-path ( path^ -- )
  dup path>counted
  BEGIN tuck dup WHILE repeat ;

: .path ( path-addr -- ) \ gforth
    \G Display the contents of the search path @var{path-addr}.
    path>counted
    BEGIN next-path dup WHILE type space REPEAT 2drop 2drop ;

: .fpath ( -- ) \ gforth
    \G Display the contents of the Forth search path.
    fpath .path ;

: absolut-path? ( addr u -- flag ) \ gforth
    \G A path is absolute if it starts with a / or a ~ (~ expansion),
    \G or if it is in the form ./*, extended regexp: ^[/~]|./, or if
    \G it has a colon as second character ("C:...").  Paths simply
    \G containing a / are not absolute!
    2dup 2 u> swap 1+ c@ [char] : = and >r \ dos absoulte: c:/....
    over c@ [char] / = >r
    over c@ [char] ~ = >r
    \ 2dup 3 min S" ../" compare 0= r> or >r \ not catered for in expandtopic
    2 min S" ./" compare 0=
    r> r> r> or or or ;

Create ofile 0 c, 255 chars allot
Create tfile 0 c, 255 chars allot

: pathsep? dup [char] / = swap [char] \ = or ;

: need/   ofile dup c@ + c@ pathsep? 0= IF s" /" ofile +place THEN ;

: extractpath ( adr len -- adr len2 )
  BEGIN dup WHILE 1-
        2dup + c@ pathsep? IF EXIT THEN
  REPEAT ;

: remove~+ ( -- )
    ofile count 3 min s" ~+/" compare 0=
    IF
	ofile count 3 /string ofile place
    THEN ;

: expandtopic ( -- ) \ stack effect correct? - anton
    \ expands "./" into an absolute name
    ofile count 2 min s" ./" compare 0=
    IF
	ofile count 1 /string tfile place
	0 ofile c! sourcefilename extractpath ofile place
	ofile c@ IF need/ THEN
	tfile count over c@ pathsep? IF 1 /string THEN
	ofile +place
    THEN ;

: compact.. ( adr len -- adr2 len2 )
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    \ deletes phrases like "xy/.." out of our directory name 2dec97jaw
    over swap
    BEGIN  dup  WHILE
        dup >r '/ scan 2dup 4 min s" /../" compare 0=
        IF
            dup r> - >r 4 /string over r> + 4 -
            swap 2dup + >r move dup r> over -
        ELSE
            rdrop dup 1 min /string
        THEN
    REPEAT  drop over - ;
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: reworkdir ( -- )
  remove~+
  ofile count compact..
  nip ofile c! ;

: open-ofile ( -- fid ior )
    \G opens the file whose name is in ofile
    expandtopic reworkdir
    ofile count r/o open-file ;

: check-path ( adr1 len1 adr2 len2 -- fd 0 | 0 <>0 )
  0 ofile ! >r >r ofile place need/
  r> r> ofile +place
  open-ofile ;

: open-path-file ( addr1 u1 path-addr -- wfileid addr2 u2 0 | ior ) \ gforth
    \G Look in path @var{path-addr} for the file specified by @var{addr1 u1}.
    \G If found, the resulting path and an open file descriptor
    \G are returned. If the file is not found, @var{ior} is non-zero.
  >r
  2dup absolut-path?
  IF    rdrop
        ofile place open-ofile
	dup 0= IF >r ofile count r> THEN EXIT
  ELSE  r> path>counted
        BEGIN  next-path dup
        WHILE  5 pick 5 pick check-path
        0= IF >r 2drop 2drop r> ofile count 0 EXIT ELSE drop THEN
  REPEAT
        2drop 2drop 2drop -38
  THEN ;

: open-fpath-file ( addr1 u1 -- wfileid addr2 u2 0 | ior ) \ gforth
    \G Look in the Forth search path for the file specified by @var{addr1 u1}.
    \G If found, the resulting path and an open file descriptor
    \G are returned. If the file is not found, @var{ior} is non-zero.
    fpath open-path-file ;

fpath= ~+

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\ \ --------------------	include require			13may99jaw

>CROSS

: add-included-file ( adr len -- adr )
  dup >fl-name char+ allocate throw >r
  file-list @ r@ ! r@ file-list !
  r@ >fl-name place r> ;

: included? ( c-addr u -- f )
  file-list
  BEGIN	@ dup
  WHILE	>r 2dup r@ >fl-name count compare 0=
	IF rdrop 2drop true EXIT THEN
	r>
  REPEAT
  2drop drop false ;	

false DebugFlag showincludedfiles

: included1 ( fd adr u -- )
\ include file adr u / fd
\ we don't use fd with include-file, because the forth system
\ doesn't know the name of the file to get a nice error report
  [d?] showincludedfiles
  IF	cr ." Including: " 2dup type ." ..." THEN
  rot close-file throw
  source-desc >r
  add-included-file to source-desc 
  sourcefilename
  ['] included catch
  r> to source-desc 
  throw ;

: included ( adr len -- )
	cross-file-list to file-list
	open-fpath-file throw 
        included1 ;

: required ( adr len -- )
	cross-file-list to file-list
	open-fpath-file throw \ 2dup cr ." R:" type
	2dup included?
	IF 	2drop close-file throw
	ELSE	included1
	THEN ;

: include bl word count included ;

: require bl word count required ;

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also forth definitions previous

: included ( adr len -- ) included ;

: required ( adr len -- ) required ;

: include include ;

: require require ;

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\ \ --------------------        Error Handling                  05aug97jaw

\ Flags

also forth definitions  \ these values may be predefined before
                        \ the cross-compiler is loaded

false DefaultValue stack-warn   	 \ check on empty stack at any definition
false DefaultValue create-forward-warn   \ warn on forward declaration of created words

previous >CROSS

: .dec
  base @ decimal swap . base ! ;

: .sourcepos
  cr sourcefilename type ." :"
  sourceline# .dec ;

: warnhead
\G display error-message head
\G perhaps with linenumber and filename
  .sourcepos ." Warning: " ;

: empty? depth IF .sourcepos ." Stack not empty!"  THEN ;

stack-warn [IF]
: defempty? empty? ;
[ELSE]
: defempty? ; immediate
[THEN]

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\ \ --------------------        Compiler Plug Ins               01aug97jaw

>CROSS

\ Compiler States

Variable comp-state
0 Constant interpreting
1 Constant compiling
2 Constant resolving
3 Constant assembling

: compiling? comp-state @ compiling = ;

: pi-undefined -1 ABORT" Plugin undefined" ;

: Plugin ( -- : pluginname )
  Create 
  \ for normal cross-compiling only one action
  \ exists, this fields are identical. For the instant
  \ simulation environment we need, two actions for each plugin
  \ the target one and the one that generates the simulation code
  ['] pi-undefined , \ action
  ['] pi-undefined , \ target plugin action
  8765 ,     \ plugin magic
  DOES> perform ;

Plugin DummyPlugin

: 'PI ( -- addr : pluginname )
  ' >body dup 2 cells + @ 8765 <> ABORT" not a plugin" ;

: plugin-of ( xt -- : pluginname )
  dup 'PI 2! ;

: action-of ( xt -- : plunginname )
  'PI cell+ ! ;

: TPA ( -- : plugin )
\ target plugin action
\ executes current target action of plugin
  'PI cell+ POSTPONE literal POSTPONE perform ; immediate

Variable ppi-temp 0 ppi-temp !

: pa:
\g define plugin action
  ppi-temp @ ABORT" pa: definition not closed"
  'PI ppi-temp ! :noname ;

: ;pa
\g end a definition for plugin action
  POSTPONE ; ppi-temp @ ! 0 ppi-temp ! ; immediate


Plugin lit, ( n -- )
Plugin alit, ( n -- )

Plugin branch, ( target-addr -- )	\ compiles a branch
Plugin ?branch, ( target-addr -- )	\ compiles a ?branch
Plugin branchmark, ( -- branch-addr )	\ reserves room for a branch
Plugin ?branchmark, ( -- branch-addr )	\ reserves room for a ?branch
Plugin ?domark, ( -- branch-addr )	\ reserves room for a ?do branch
Plugin branchto, ( -- )			\ actual program position is target of a branch (do e.g. alignment)
' NOOP plugin-of branchto, 
Plugin branchtoresolve, ( branch-addr -- ) \ resolves a forward reference from branchmark
Plugin branchtomark, ( -- target-addr )	\ marks a branch destination

Plugin colon, ( tcfa -- )		\ compiles call to tcfa at current position
Plugin prim, ( tcfa -- )		\ compiles primitive invocation
Plugin colonmark, ( -- addr )		\ marks a colon call
Plugin colon-resolve ( tcfa addr -- )

Plugin addr-resolve ( target-addr addr -- )
Plugin doer-resolve ( ghost res-pnt target-addr addr -- ghost res-pnt )

Plugin ncontrols? ( [ xn ... x1 ] n -- ) \ checks wheter n control structures are open
Plugin if, 	( -- if-token )
Plugin else,	( if-token -- if-token )
Plugin then,	( if-token -- )
Plugin ahead,
Plugin begin,
Plugin while,
Plugin until,
Plugin again,
Plugin repeat,
Plugin cs-swap	( x1 x2 -- x2 x1 )

Plugin case,	( -- n )
Plugin of,	( n -- x1 n )
Plugin endof,	( x1 n -- x2 n )
Plugin endcase,	( x1 .. xn n -- )

Plugin do,	( -- do-token )
Plugin ?do,	( -- ?do-token )
Plugin for,	( -- for-token )
Plugin loop,	( do-token / ?do-token -- )
Plugin +loop,	( do-token / ?do-token -- )
Plugin next,	( for-token )
Plugin leave,	( -- )
Plugin ?leave, 	( -- )

[IFUNDEF] ca>native
Plugin ca>native	
[THEN]

Plugin doprim,	\ compiles start of a primitive
Plugin docol,   	\ compiles start of a colon definition
Plugin doer,		
Plugin fini,      \ compiles end of definition ;s
Plugin doeshandler,
Plugin dodoes,

Plugin colon-start
' noop plugin-of colon-start
Plugin colon-end
' noop plugin-of colon-end

Plugin ]comp     \ starts compilation
' noop plugin-of ]comp
Plugin comp[     \ ends compilation
' noop plugin-of comp[

Plugin t>body             \ we need the system >body
			\ and the target >body

>TARGET
: >body t>body ;


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\ Ghost Builder                                        06oct92py
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\ Values for ghost magic
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4711 Constant <fwd>             4712 Constant <res>
4713 Constant <imm>             4714 Constant <do:>
4715 Constant <skip>
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\ Bitmask for ghost flags
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1 Constant <unique>
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2 Constant <primitive>

\ FXIME: move this to general stuff?
: set-flag ( addr flag -- )
  over @ or swap ! ;

: reset-flag ( addr flag -- )
  invert over @ and swap ! ;

: get-flag ( addr flag -- f )
  swap @ and 0<> ;
  
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  \ link to next ghost (always the first element)
  cell% field >next-ghost
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  \ type of ghost
  cell% field >magic
		
  \ pointer where ghost is in target, or if unresolved
  \ points to the where we have to resolve (linked-list)
  cell% field >link
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  \ execution symantics (while target compiling) of ghost
  cell% field >exec
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  cell% field >comp

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  cell% field >exec2

  cell% field >created
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  \ the xt of the created ghost word itself
  cell% field >ghost-xt
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  \ pointer to the counted string of the assiciated
  \ assembler label
  cell% field >asm-name
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  \ mapped primitives have a special address, so
  \ we are able to detect them
  cell% field >asm-dummyaddr
			
  \ for builder (create, variable...) words
  \ the execution symantics of words built are placed here
  \ this is a doer ghost or a dummy ghost
  cell% field >do:ghost
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  cell% field >ghost-name

End-Struct ghost-struct

Variable ghost-list
0 ghost-list !
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Variable executed-ghost \ last executed ghost, needed in tcreate and gdoes>
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\ Variable last-ghost	\ last ghost that is created
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Variable last-header-ghost \ last ghost definitions with header

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\ space for ghosts resolve structure
\ we create ghosts in a sepearte space
\ and not to the current host dp, because this
\ gives trouble with instant while compiling and creating
\ a ghost for a forward reference
\ BTW: we cannot allocate another memory region
\ because allot will check the overflow!!
Variable cross-space-dp
Create cross-space 250000 allot here 100 allot align 
Constant cross-space-end
cross-space cross-space-dp !
Variable cross-space-dp-orig

: cross-space-used cross-space-dp @ cross-space - ;

: >space ( -- )
  dp @ cross-space-dp-orig !
  cross-space-dp @ dp ! ;

: space> ( -- )
  dp @ dup cross-space-dp !
  cross-space-end u> ABORT" CROSS: cross-space overflow"
  cross-space-dp-orig @ dp ! ;

: execute-exec execute ;
: execute-exec2 execute ;
: execute-exec-compile execute ;

: NoExec
  executed-ghost @ >exec2 @
  ?dup 
  IF   execute-exec2
  ELSE true ABORT" CROSS: Don't execute ghost, or immediate target word"
  THEN ;

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: (ghostheader) ( -- )
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  ghost-list linked <fwd> , 0 , ['] NoExec , ['] is-forward , 
  0 , 0 , 0 , 0 , 0 , 0 , 0 , 0 , ;
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: ghostheader ( -- ) (ghostheader) 0 , ;

' Ghosts >wordlist Constant ghosts-wordlist

\ the current wordlist for ghost definitions in the host
ghosts-wordlist Value current-ghosts

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: Make-Ghost ( "name" -- ghost )
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  >space
  \ save current and create in ghost vocabulary
  get-current >r current-ghosts set-current
  >in @ Create >in !
  \ some forth systems like iForth need the immediate directly
  \ after the word is created
  \ restore current
  r> set-current
  here (ghostheader)
  bl word count string, align
  space>
  \ set ghost-xt field by doing a search
  dup >ghost-name count 
  current-ghosts search-wordlist
  0= ABORT" CROSS: Just created, must be there!"
  over >ghost-xt !
  DOES> 
      dup executed-ghost !
      >exec @ execute-exec ;
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\ ghost words                                          14oct92py
\                                          changed:    10may93py/jaw

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Defer search-ghosts

: (search-ghosts) ( adr len -- cfa true | 0 )
  current-ghosts search-wordlist ; 

  ' (search-ghosts) IS search-ghosts

: gsearch ( addr len -- ghost true | 0 )
  search-ghosts
  dup IF swap >body swap THEN ;

: gfind   ( string -- ghost true / string false )
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\ searches for string in word-list ghosts
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  \ dup count type space
  dup >r count gsearch
  dup IF rdrop ELSE r> swap THEN ;
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: gdiscover ( xt -- ghost true | xt false )
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  WHILE dup >magic @ <fwd> <>
        IF dup >link @ r@ =
           IF rdrop true EXIT THEN
        THEN
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: xt>ghost ( xt -- ghost )
  gdiscover 0= ABORT" CROSS: ghost not found for this xt" ;

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: Ghost   ( "name" -- ghost )
  >in @ bl word gfind IF  nip EXIT  THEN
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  drop  >in !  Make-Ghost ;

: >ghostname ( ghost -- adr len )
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: forward? ( ghost -- flag )
  >magic @ <fwd> = ;

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: undefined? ( ghost -- flag )
  >magic @ dup <fwd> = swap <skip> = or ;

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: immediate? ( ghost -- flag )
  >magic @ <imm> = ;

Variable TWarnings
TWarnings on
Variable Exists-Warnings
Exists-Warnings on

: exists-warning ( ghost -- ghost )
  TWarnings @ Exists-Warnings @ and
  IF dup >ghostname warnhead type ."  exists " THEN ;

\ : HeaderGhost Ghost ;

Variable reuse-ghosts reuse-ghosts off

1 [IF] \ FIXME: define when vocs are ready
: HeaderGhost ( "name" -- ghost )
  >in @ 
  bl word count 
\  2dup type space
  current-ghosts search-wordlist
  IF  >body dup undefined? reuse-ghosts @ or
      IF   nip EXIT
      ELSE exists-warning 
      THEN
      drop >in ! 
  ELSE >in ! 
  THEN 
  \ we keep the execution semantics of the prviously
  \ defined words, this is a workaround
  \ for the redefined \ until vocs work
  Make-Ghost ;
[THEN] 

 
: .ghost ( ghost -- ) >ghostname type ;

\ ' >ghostname ALIAS @name

: [G'] ( -- ghost : name )
\G ticks a ghost and returns its address
\  bl word gfind 0= ABORT" CROSS: Ghost don't exists"
  ghost state @ IF postpone literal THEN ; immediate

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: g>xt ( ghost -- xt )
\G Returns the xt (cfa) of a ghost. Issues a warning if undefined.
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\G Returns the body-address (pfa) of a ghost. 
\G Issues a warning if undefined (a forward-reference).
  g>xt X >body ;

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1 Constant <label>

Struct
  \ bitmask of address type (not used for now)
  cell% field addr-type
  \ if this address is an xt, this field points to the ghost
  cell% field addr-xt-ghost
  \ a bit mask that tells as what part of the cell
  \ is refenced from an address pointer, used for assembler generation
  cell% field addr-refs
End-Struct addr-struct

: %allocerase ( align size -- addr )
  dup >r %alloc dup r> erase ;

\ returns the addr struct, define it if 0 reference
: define-addr-struct ( addr -- struct-addr )
  dup @ ?dup IF nip EXIT THEN
  addr-struct %allocerase tuck swap ! ;

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Ghost 0=                                        drop
Ghost branch    Ghost ?branch                   2drop
Ghost (do)      Ghost (?do)                     2drop
Ghost (for)                                     drop
Ghost (loop)    Ghost (+loop)                   2drop
Ghost (next)                                    drop
Ghost unloop    Ghost ;S                        2drop
Ghost lit       Ghost (compile) Ghost !         2drop drop
Ghost (does>)   Ghost noop                      2drop
Ghost (.")      Ghost (S")      Ghost (ABORT")  2drop drop
Ghost '                                         drop
Ghost :docol    Ghost :doesjump Ghost :dodoes   2drop drop
Ghost :dovar					drop
Ghost over      Ghost =         Ghost drop      2drop drop
Ghost - drop
Ghost 2drop drop
Ghost 2dup drop


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>cross
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\ we define it ans like...
wordlist Constant target-environment

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\ save information of current dictionary to restore with environ>
Variable env-current 
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: >ENVIRON get-current env-current ! target-environment set-current ;
: ENVIRON> env-current @ set-current ; 

>TARGET

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: environment? ( addr len -- [ x ] true | false )
\G returns the content of environment variable and true or
\G false if not present
   target-environment search-wordlist 
   IF EXECUTE true ELSE false THEN ;
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: $has? ( addr len -- x | false )
\G returns the content of environment variable 
\G or false if not present
   T environment? H dup IF drop THEN ;
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: e? ( "name" -- x )
\G returns the content of environment variable. 
\G The variable is expected to exist. If not, issue an error.
   bl word count T environment? H 
   0= ABORT" environment variable not defined!" ;

: has? ( "name" --- x | false )
\G returns the content of environment variable 
\G or false if not present
   bl word count T $has? H ;
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>ENVIRON get-order get-current swap 1+ set-order
true SetValue compiler
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>TARGET previous
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[IFDEF] mach-file drop mach-file count 1 [THEN]
[IFDEF] machine-file drop machine-file 1 [THEN]
[IF] 	included hex
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false DefaultValue file
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false DefaultValue prims
false DefaultValue floating
false DefaultValue glocals
false DefaultValue dcomps
false DefaultValue hash
false DefaultValue xconds
false DefaultValue header
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false DefaultValue peephole
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true DefaultValue interpreter
true DefaultValue ITC
false DefaultValue rom
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[IF]	drop \ SetValue NIL
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>CROSS

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\ \ Create additional parameters                         19jan95py
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\ eual to 8 because of s! and sc!
\ but I start to query the environment just to modularize a little bit

: check-address-unit-bits ( -- )	
\	s" ADDRESS-UNIT-BITS" environment?
\	IF 8 <> ELSE true THEN
\	ABORT" ADDRESS-UNIT-BITS unknown or not equal to 8!"

\	shit, this doesn't work because environment? is only defined for 
\	gforth.fi and not kernl???.fi
	;

check-address-unit-bits
8 Constant bits/byte	\ we define: byte is address-unit

1 bits/byte lshift Constant maxbyte 
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NIL		   	Constant TNIL
cell               	Constant tcell
cell<<             	Constant tcell<<
cell>bit           	Constant tcell>bit
bits/char          	Constant tbits/char
bits/char H bits/byte T /      
			Constant tchar
float             	Constant tfloat
1 bits/char lshift 	Constant tmaxchar
[IFUNDEF] bits/byte
8			Constant tbits/byte
[ELSE]
bits/byte		Constant tbits/byte
[THEN]
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\ Variables                                            06oct92py

Variable image
Variable tlast    TNIL tlast !  \ Last name field
Variable tlastcfa \ Last code field
Variable bit$

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\ statistics						10jun97jaw

Variable headers-named 0 headers-named !
Variable user-vars 0 user-vars !

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: target>bitmask-size ( u1 -- u2 )
  1- tcell>bit rshift 1+ ;

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  swap over swap erase ;
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Variable last-defined-region    \ pointer to last defined region
Variable region-link            \ linked list with all regions
Variable mirrored-link          \ linked list for mirrored regions
0 dup mirrored-link ! region-link !


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: >rbm   4 cells + ;
: >rmem  5 cells + ;
: >rtype 6 cells + ;
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\G create a new region
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  \ check whether predefined region exists 
  save-input bl word find >r >r restore-input throw r> r> 0= 
  IF	\ make region
	drop
	save-input create restore-input throw
	here last-defined-region !
	over ( startaddr ) , ( length ) , ( dp ) ,
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        bl word drop
	>body >r r@ last-defined-region !
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\G returns lower and upper region border
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\G returns the really used area
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\G returns the total area
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\G mark a region as mirrored
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: .addr ( u -- )
\G prints a 16 or 32 Bit nice hex value
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  tcell 2 u>
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: .regions                      \G display region statistic

  \ we want to list the regions in the right order
  \ so first collect all regions on stack
  0 region-link @
  BEGIN dup WHILE dup @ REPEAT drop
  BEGIN dup
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        r@ >rname count tuck type
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        ." End: " r@ >rlen @ + .addr space
        ." DP: " r> >rdp @ .addr
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  mirrored-link @
  BEGIN dup
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  REPEAT drop cr
  ;

\ -------- predefined regions

0 0 region address-space
\ total memory addressed and used by the target system

0 0 region dictionary
\ rom area for the compiler

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[IF]
0 0 region ram-dictionary mirrored
\ ram area for the compiler
[ELSE]
' dictionary ALIAS ram-dictionary
[THEN]

0 0 region return-stack

0 0 region data-stack

0 0 region tib-region

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  address-space area nip
  IF
      address-space area
  ELSE
      dictionary area
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  region-link
  BEGIN @ dup
  WHILE dup
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        r@ >rlen @
        IF      \ allocate mem
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		rdrop
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: makekernel ( targetsize -- targetsize )
  dup dictionary >rlen ! setup-target ;

>MINIMAL
: makekernel makekernel ;
>CROSS
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\ second value is here to store some maximal value for statistics
\ tempdp is also embedded here but has nothing to do with rom support
\ (needs switched dp)

variable tempdp	0 ,	\ temporary dp for resolving
variable tempdp-save

0 [IF]
variable romdp 0 ,      \ Dictionary-Pointer for ramarea
variable ramdp 0 ,      \ Dictionary-Pointer for romarea

\
variable sramdp		\ start of ram-area for forth
variable sromdp		\ start of rom-area for forth

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0 value tdp
variable fixed		\ flag: true: no automatic switching
			\	false: switching is done automatically

\ Switch-Policy:
\
\ a header is always compiled into rom
\ after a created word (create and variable) compilation goes to ram
\
\ Be careful: If you want to make the data behind create into rom
\ you have to put >rom before create!

variable constflag constflag off

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: activate ( region -- )
\G next code goes to this region
  >rdp to tdp ;

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: (switchram)
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  fixed @ ?EXIT s" rom" T $has? H 0= ?EXIT
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  ram-dictionary activate ;
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: switchram
  constflag @
  IF constflag off ELSE (switchram) THEN ;

: switchrom
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  fixed @ ?EXIT rom-dictionary activate ;
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: >tempdp ( addr -- ) 
  tdp tempdp-save ! tempdp to tdp tdp ! ;
: tempdp> ( -- )
  tempdp-save @ to tdp ;

: >ram  fixed off (switchram) fixed on ;
: >rom  fixed off switchrom fixed on ;
: >auto fixed off switchrom ;



\ : romstart dup sromdp ! romdp ! ;
\ : ramstart dup sramdp ! ramdp ! ;

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\ default compilation goes to rom
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\ when romable support is off, only the rom switch is used (!!)
>auto

: there  tdp @ ;
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>TARGET

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\ \ Target Memory Handling

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\ Byte ordering and cell size                          06oct92py

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: cell+         tcell + ;
: cells         tcell<< lshift ;
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: chars         tchar * ;
: char+		tchar + ;
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: floats	tfloat * ;
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: cell/         tcell<< rshift ;
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20 CONSTANT bl
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\ TNIL Constant NIL
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bigendian
[IF]
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   : S!  ( n addr -- )  >r s>d r> tcell bounds swap 1-
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   : S@  ( addr -- n )  >r 0 0 r> tcell bounds
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   : Sc!  ( n addr -- )  >r s>d r> tchar bounds swap 1-
     DO  maxbyte ud/mod rot I c!  -1 +LOOP  2drop ;
   : Sc@  ( addr -- n )  >r 0 0 r> tchar bounds
     DO  maxbyte * swap maxbyte um* rot + swap I c@ + swap  LOOP d>s ;
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   : S!  ( n addr -- )  >r s>d r> tcell bounds
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   : Sc!  ( n addr -- )  >r s>d r> tchar bounds
     DO  maxbyte ud/mod rot I c!  LOOP  2drop ;
   : Sc@  ( addr -- n )  >r 0 0 r> tchar bounds swap 1-
     DO  maxbyte * swap maxbyte um* rot + swap I c@ + swap  -1 +LOOP d>s ;
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: taddr>region ( taddr -- region | 0 )
\G finds for a target-address the correct region
\G returns 0 if taddr is not in range of a target memory region
  region-link
  BEGIN @ dup
  WHILE dup >r
        0 >rlink - >r
        r@ >rlen @
        IF      dup r@ borders within
                IF r> r> drop nip EXIT THEN
        THEN
        r> drop
        r>
  REPEAT
  2drop 0 ;

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: taddr>region-abort ( taddr -- region | 0 )
  dup taddr>region dup 0= 
  IF    drop cr ." Wrong address: " .addr
        -1 ABORT" Address out of range!"
  THEN nip ;

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: (>regionimage) ( taddr -- 'taddr )
  dup
  \ find region we want to address
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  taddr>region-abort
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  >r
  \ calculate offset in region
  r@ >rstart @ -
  \ add regions real address in our memory
  r> >rmem @ + ;

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: (>regionbm) ( taddr -- 'taddr bitmaskbaseaddr )
  dup
  \ find region we want to address
  taddr>region-abort
  >r
  \ calculate offset in region
  r@ >rstart @ -
  \ add regions real address in our memory
  r> >rbm @ ;

: (>regiontype) ( taddr -- 'taddr )
  dup
  \ find region we want to address
  taddr>region-abort
  >r
  \ calculate offset in region
  r@ >rstart @ - tcell / cells
  \ add regions real address in our memory
  r> >rtype @ + ;
  
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\ Bit string manipulation                               06oct92py
\                                                       9may93jaw
CREATE Bittable 80 c, 40 c, 20 c, 10 c, 8 c, 4 c, 2 c, 1 c,
: bits ( n -- n ) chars Bittable + c@ ;

: >bit ( addr n -- c-addr mask ) 8 /mod rot + swap bits ;
: +bit ( addr n -- )  >bit over c@ or swap c! ;
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: -bit ( addr n -- )  >bit invert over c@ and swap c! ;
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: @relbit ( taddr -- f ) (>regionbm) swap cell/ >bit swap c@ and ;

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: (relon) ( taddr -- )  
  [ [IFDEF] fd-relocation-table ]
  s" +" fd-relocation-table write-file throw
  dup s>d <# #s #> fd-relocation-table write-line throw
  [ [THEN] ]
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: (reloff) ( taddr -- ) 
  [ [IFDEF] fd-relocation-table ]
  s" -" fd-relocation-table write-file throw
  dup s>d <# #s #> fd-relocation-table write-line throw
  [ [THEN] ]
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: (>image) ( taddr -- absaddr ) image @ + ;

DEFER >image
DEFER relon
DEFER reloff
DEFER correcter

T has? relocate H
[IF]
' (relon) IS relon
' (reloff) IS reloff
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' (>regionimage) IS >image
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' drop IS relon
' drop IS reloff
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\ Target memory access                                 06oct92py

: align+  ( taddr -- rest )
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    tcell tuck 1- and - [ tcell 1- ] Literal and ;
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: cfalign+  ( taddr -- rest )
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    \ see kernel.fs:cfaligned
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    /maxalign tuck 1- and - [ /maxalign 1- ] Literal and ;
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>TARGET
: aligned ( taddr -- ta-addr )  dup align+ + ;
\ assumes cell alignment granularity (as GNU C)

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: cfaligned ( taddr1 -- taddr2 )
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: @  ( taddr -- w )     >image S@ ;
: !  ( w taddr -- )     >image S! ;
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: c@ ( taddr -- char )  >image Sc@ ;
: c! ( char taddr -- )  >image Sc! ;
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: 2@ ( taddr -- x1 x2 ) T dup cell+ @ swap @ H ;
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\ Target compilation primitives                        06oct92py
\ included A!                                          16may93jaw

: here  ( -- there )    there ;
: allot ( n -- )        tdp +! ;
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: ,     ( w -- )        T here H tcell T allot  ! H ;
: c,    ( char -- )     T here H tchar T allot c! H ;
: align ( -- )          T here H align+ 0 ?DO  bl T c, H tchar +LOOP ;
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: A!                    swap >address swap dup relon T ! H ;
: A,    ( w -- )        >address T here H relon T , H ;
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: tcmove ( source dest len -- )
\G cmove in target memory
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H also Forth definitions
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\ FIXME: should we include the assembler really in the forth 
\ dictionary?!?!?!? This conflicts with the existing assembler 
\ of the host forth system!!
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\ \ --------------------        Host/Target copy etc.     	29aug01jaw


>CROSS

: th-count ( taddr -- host-addr len )
\G returns host address of target string
  assert1( tbyte 1 = )
  dup X c@ swap X char+ >image swap ;

: ht-move ( haddr taddr len -- )
\G moves data from host-addr to destination in target-addr
\G character by character
  swap -rot bounds ?DO I c@ over X c! X char+ LOOP drop ;

2Variable last-string

: ht-string,  ( addr count -- )
  dup there swap last-string 2!
  dup T c, H bounds  ?DO  I c@ T c, H  LOOP ; 

>TARGET

: count dup X c@ swap X char+ swap ;
\ FIXME -1 on 64 bit machines?!?!
: on		T -1 swap ! H ; 
: off   	T 0 swap ! H ;
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: (cc) T a, H ;					' (cc) plugin-of colon,
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: (cr) >tempdp ]comp prim, comp[ tempdp> ; 	' (cr) plugin-of colon-resolve
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: (dr)  ( ghost res-pnt target-addr addr )
	>tempdp drop over 
	dup >magic @ <do:> =
	IF 	doer,
	ELSE	dodoes,
	THEN 
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: (cm) ( -- addr )
    T here align H
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: compile, ( xt -- )
  dup xt>ghost >ghost-flags <primitive> get-flag
  IF prim, ELSE colon, THEN ;
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\ resolve structure

: >next ;		\ link to next field
: >tag cell+ ;		\ indecates type of reference: 0: call, 1: address, 2: doer
: >taddr cell+ cell+ ;	
: >ghost 3 cells + ;
: >file 4 cells + ;
: >line 5 cells + ;

: (refered) ( ghost addr tag -- )
\G creates a reference to ghost at address taddr
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    rot >link linked
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    ( taddr tag ) ,
    ( taddr ) , 
    last-header-ghost @ , 
    loadfile , 
    sourceline# , 
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\G creates a resolve structure
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    T here aligned H swap (refered)
  ;

: killref ( addr ghost -- )
\G kills a forward reference to ghost at position addr
\G this is used to eleminate a :dovar refence after making a DOES>
    dup >magic @ <fwd> <> IF 2drop EXIT THEN
    swap >r >link
    BEGIN dup @ dup  ( addr last this )
    WHILE dup >taddr @ r@ =
 	 IF   @ over !
	 ELSE nip THEN
    REPEAT rdrop 2drop 
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: reswarn-test ( ghost res-struct -- ghost res-struct )
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