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/*
 * Copyright (c) 2015-2017, ARM Limited and Contributors. All rights reserved.
 *
 * SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-3-Clause
 */

#ifndef __EL3_COMMON_MACROS_S__
#define __EL3_COMMON_MACROS_S__

#include <arch.h>
#include <asm_macros.S>

	/*
	 * Helper macro to initialise EL3 registers we care about.
	 */
	.macro el3_arch_init_common _exception_vectors
	/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 * SCTLR_EL3 has already been initialised - read current value before
	 * modifying.
	 *
	 * SCTLR_EL3.I: Enable the instruction cache.
	 *
	 * SCTLR_EL3.SA: Enable Stack Aligment check. A SP alignment fault
	 *  exception is generated if a load or store instruction executed at
	 *  EL3 uses the SP as the base address and the SP is not aligned to a
	 *  16-byte boundary.
	 *
	 * SCTLR_EL3.A: Enable Alignment fault checking. All instructions that
	 *  load or store one or more registers have an alignment check that the
	 *  address being accessed is aligned to the size of the data element(s)
	 *  being accessed.
	 * ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 */
	mov	x1, #(SCTLR_I_BIT | SCTLR_A_BIT | SCTLR_SA_BIT)
	mrs	x0, sctlr_el3
	orr	x0, x0, x1
	msr	sctlr_el3, x0
	isb

#ifdef IMAGE_BL31
	/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 * Initialise the per-cpu cache pointer to the CPU.
	 * This is done early to enable crash reporting to have access to crash
	 * stack. Since crash reporting depends on cpu_data to report the
	 * unhandled exception, not doing so can lead to recursive exceptions
	 * due to a NULL TPIDR_EL3.
	 * ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 */
	bl	init_cpu_data_ptr
#endif /* IMAGE_BL31 */

	/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 * Set the exception vectors.
	 * ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 */
	adr	x0, \_exception_vectors
	msr	vbar_el3, x0
	isb

	/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 * Initialise SCR_EL3, setting all fields rather than relying on hw.
	 * All fields are architecturally UNKNOWN on reset. The following fields
	 * do not change during the TF lifetime. The remaining fields are set to
	 * zero here but are updated ahead of transitioning to a lower EL in the
	 * function cm_init_context_common().
	 *
	 * SCR_EL3.TWE: Set to zero so that execution of WFE instructions at
	 *  EL2, EL1 and EL0 are not trapped to EL3.
	 *
	 * SCR_EL3.TWI: Set to zero so that execution of WFI instructions at
	 *  EL2, EL1 and EL0 are not trapped to EL3.
	 *
	 * SCR_EL3.SIF: Set to one to disable instruction fetches from
	 *  Non-secure memory.
	 *
	 * SCR_EL3.SMD: Set to zero to enable SMC calls at EL1 and above, from
	 *  both Security states and both Execution states.
	 *
	 * SCR_EL3.EA: Set to one to route External Aborts and SError Interrupts
	 *  to EL3 when executing at any EL.
	 * ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 */
	mov	x0, #((SCR_RESET_VAL | SCR_EA_BIT | SCR_SIF_BIT) \
			& ~(SCR_TWE_BIT | SCR_TWI_BIT | SCR_SMD_BIT))
	msr	scr_el3, x0

	/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 * Initialise MDCR_EL3, setting all fields rather than relying on hw.
	 * Some fields are architecturally UNKNOWN on reset.
	 *
	 * MDCR_EL3.SDD: Set to one to disable AArch64 Secure self-hosted debug.
	 *  Debug exceptions, other than Breakpoint Instruction exceptions, are
	 *  disabled from all ELs in Secure state.
	 *
	 * MDCR_EL3.SPD32: Set to 0b10 to disable AArch32 Secure self-hosted
	 *  privileged debug from S-EL1.
	 *
	 * MDCR_EL3.TDOSA: Set to zero so that EL2 and EL2 System register
	 *  access to the powerdown debug registers do not trap to EL3.
	 *
	 * MDCR_EL3.TDA: Set to zero to allow EL0, EL1 and EL2 access to the
	 *  debug registers, other than those registers that are controlled by
	 *  MDCR_EL3.TDOSA.
	 *
	 * MDCR_EL3.TPM: Set to zero so that EL0, EL1, and EL2 System register
	 *  accesses to all Performance Monitors registers do not trap to EL3.
	 * ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 */
	mov_imm	x0, ((MDCR_EL3_RESET_VAL | MDCR_SDD_BIT | MDCR_SPD32(MDCR_SPD32_DISABLE)) \
			& ~(MDCR_TDOSA_BIT | MDCR_TDA_BIT | MDCR_TPM_BIT))
	msr	mdcr_el3, x0

	/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 * Enable External Aborts and SError Interrupts now that the exception
	 * vectors have been setup.
	 * ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 */
	msr	daifclr, #DAIF_ABT_BIT

	/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 * Initialise CPTR_EL3, setting all fields rather than relying on hw.
	 * All fields are architecturally UNKNOWN on reset.
	 *
	 * CPTR_EL3.TCPAC: Set to zero so that any accesses to CPACR_EL1,
	 *  CPTR_EL2, CPACR, or HCPTR do not trap to EL3.
	 *
	 * CPTR_EL3.TTA: Set to zero so that System register accesses to the
	 *  trace registers do not trap to EL3.
	 *
	 * CPTR_EL3.TFP: Set to zero so that accesses to the V- or Z- registers
	 *  by Advanced SIMD, floating-point or SVE instructions (if implemented)
	 *  do not trap to EL3.
	 */
	mov_imm x0, (CPTR_EL3_RESET_VAL & ~(TCPAC_BIT | TTA_BIT | TFP_BIT))
	msr	cptr_el3, x0
	.endm

/* -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 * This is the super set of actions that need to be performed during a cold boot
 * or a warm boot in EL3. This code is shared by BL1 and BL31.
 *
 * This macro will always perform reset handling, architectural initialisations
 * and stack setup. The rest of the actions are optional because they might not
 * be needed, depending on the context in which this macro is called. This is
 * why this macro is parameterised ; each parameter allows to enable/disable
 * some actions.
 *
 *  _init_sctlr:
 *	Whether the macro needs to initialise SCTLR_EL3, including configuring
 *      the endianness of data accesses.
 *
 *  _warm_boot_mailbox:
 *	Whether the macro needs to detect the type of boot (cold/warm). The
 *	detection is based on the platform entrypoint address : if it is zero
 *	then it is a cold boot, otherwise it is a warm boot. In the latter case,
 *	this macro jumps on the platform entrypoint address.
 *
 *  _secondary_cold_boot:
 *	Whether the macro needs to identify the CPU that is calling it: primary
 *	CPU or secondary CPU. The primary CPU will be allowed to carry on with
 *	the platform initialisations, while the secondaries will be put in a
 *	platform-specific state in the meantime.
 *
 *	If the caller knows this macro will only be called by the primary CPU
 *	then this parameter can be defined to 0 to skip this step.
 *
 * _init_memory:
 *	Whether the macro needs to initialise the memory.
 *
 * _init_c_runtime:
 *	Whether the macro needs to initialise the C runtime environment.
 *
 * _exception_vectors:
 *	Address of the exception vectors to program in the VBAR_EL3 register.
 * -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 */
	.macro el3_entrypoint_common					\
		_init_sctlr, _warm_boot_mailbox, _secondary_cold_boot,	\
		_init_memory, _init_c_runtime, _exception_vectors

	.if \_init_sctlr
		/* -------------------------------------------------------------
		 * This is the initialisation of SCTLR_EL3 and so must ensure
		 * that all fields are explicitly set rather than relying on hw.
		 * Some fields reset to an IMPLEMENTATION DEFINED value and
		 * others are architecturally UNKNOWN on reset.
		 *
		 * SCTLR.EE: Set the CPU endianness before doing anything that
		 *  might involve memory reads or writes. Set to zero to select
		 *  Little Endian.
		 *
		 * SCTLR_EL3.WXN: For the EL3 translation regime, this field can
		 *  force all memory regions that are writeable to be treated as
		 *  XN (Execute-never). Set to zero so that this control has no
		 *  effect on memory access permissions.
		 *
		 * SCTLR_EL3.SA: Set to zero to disable Stack Aligment check.
		 *
		 * SCTLR_EL3.A: Set to zero to disable Alignment fault checking.
		 * -------------------------------------------------------------
		 */
		mov_imm	x0, (SCTLR_RESET_VAL & ~(SCTLR_EE_BIT | SCTLR_WXN_BIT \
				| SCTLR_SA_BIT | SCTLR_A_BIT))
		msr	sctlr_el3, x0
		isb
	.endif /* _init_sctlr */

	.if \_warm_boot_mailbox
		/* -------------------------------------------------------------
		 * This code will be executed for both warm and cold resets.
		 * Now is the time to distinguish between the two.
		 * Query the platform entrypoint address and if it is not zero
		 * then it means it is a warm boot so jump to this address.
		 * -------------------------------------------------------------
		 */
		bl	plat_get_my_entrypoint
		cbz	x0, do_cold_boot
		br	x0

	do_cold_boot:
	.endif /* _warm_boot_mailbox */

	/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 * It is a cold boot.
	 * Perform any processor specific actions upon reset e.g. cache, TLB
	 * invalidations etc.
	 * ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 */
	bl	reset_handler

	el3_arch_init_common \_exception_vectors

	.if \_secondary_cold_boot
		/* -------------------------------------------------------------
		 * Check if this is a primary or secondary CPU cold boot.
		 * The primary CPU will set up the platform while the
		 * secondaries are placed in a platform-specific state until the
		 * primary CPU performs the necessary actions to bring them out
		 * of that state and allows entry into the OS.
		 * -------------------------------------------------------------
		 */
		bl	plat_is_my_cpu_primary
		cbnz	w0, do_primary_cold_boot

		/* This is a cold boot on a secondary CPU */
		bl	plat_secondary_cold_boot_setup
		/* plat_secondary_cold_boot_setup() is not supposed to return */
		bl	el3_panic

	do_primary_cold_boot:
	.endif /* _secondary_cold_boot */

	/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 * Initialize memory now. Secondary CPU initialization won't get to this
	 * point.
	 * ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 */

	.if \_init_memory
		bl	platform_mem_init
	.endif /* _init_memory */

	/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 * Init C runtime environment:
	 *   - Zero-initialise the NOBITS sections. There are 2 of them:
	 *       - the .bss section;
	 *       - the coherent memory section (if any).
	 *   - Relocate the data section from ROM to RAM, if required.
	 * ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 */
	.if \_init_c_runtime
#ifdef IMAGE_BL31
		/* -------------------------------------------------------------
		 * Invalidate the RW memory used by the BL31 image. This
		 * includes the data and NOBITS sections. This is done to
		 * safeguard against possible corruption of this memory by
		 * dirty cache lines in a system cache as a result of use by
		 * an earlier boot loader stage.
		 * -------------------------------------------------------------
		 */
		adr	x0, __RW_START__
		adr	x1, __RW_END__
		sub	x1, x1, x0
		bl	inv_dcache_range
#endif /* IMAGE_BL31 */

		ldr	x0, =__BSS_START__
		ldr	x1, =__BSS_SIZE__
		bl	zeromem

#if USE_COHERENT_MEM
		ldr	x0, =__COHERENT_RAM_START__
		ldr	x1, =__COHERENT_RAM_UNALIGNED_SIZE__
		bl	zeromem
#endif

#ifdef IMAGE_BL1
		ldr	x0, =__DATA_RAM_START__
		ldr	x1, =__DATA_ROM_START__
		ldr	x2, =__DATA_SIZE__
		bl	memcpy16
#endif
	.endif /* _init_c_runtime */

	/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 * Use SP_EL0 for the C runtime stack.
	 * ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 */
	msr	spsel, #0

	/* ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 * Allocate a stack whose memory will be marked as Normal-IS-WBWA when
	 * the MMU is enabled. There is no risk of reading stale stack memory
	 * after enabling the MMU as only the primary CPU is running at the
	 * moment.
	 * ---------------------------------------------------------------------
	 */
	bl	plat_set_my_stack

#if STACK_PROTECTOR_ENABLED
	.if \_init_c_runtime
	bl	update_stack_protector_canary
	.endif /* _init_c_runtime */
#endif
	.endm

#endif /* __EL3_COMMON_MACROS_S__ */