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/* subsegs.h -> subsegs.c
   Copyright 1987, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005
   Free Software Foundation, Inc.

   This file is part of GAS, the GNU Assembler.

   GAS 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, or (at your option)
   any later version.

   GAS 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 GAS; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to the Free
   Software Foundation, 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA
   02111-1307, USA.  */

/*
 * For every sub-segment the user mentions in the ASsembler program,
 * we make one struct frchain. Each sub-segment has exactly one struct frchain
 * and vice versa.
 *
 * Struct frchain's are forward chained (in ascending order of sub-segment
 * code number). The chain runs through frch_next of each subsegment.
 * This makes it hard to find a subsegment's frags
 * if programmer uses a lot of them. Most programs only use text0 and
 * data0, so they don't suffer. At least this way:
 * (1)	There are no "arbitrary" restrictions on how many subsegments
 *	can be programmed;
 * (2)	Subsegments' frchain-s are (later) chained together in the order in
 *	which they are emitted for object file viz text then data.
 *
 * From each struct frchain dangles a chain of struct frags. The frags
 * represent code fragments, for that sub-segment, forward chained.
 */

#include "obstack.h"

struct frchain			/* control building of a frag chain */
{				/* FRCH = FRagment CHain control */
  struct frag *frch_root;	/* 1st struct frag in chain, or NULL */
  struct frag *frch_last;	/* last struct frag in chain, or NULL */
  struct frchain *frch_next;	/* next in chain of struct frchain-s */
  segT frch_seg;		/* SEG_TEXT or SEG_DATA.  */
  subsegT frch_subseg;		/* subsegment number of this chain */
#ifdef BFD_ASSEMBLER
  fixS *fix_root;		/* Root of fixups for this subsegment.  */
  fixS *fix_tail;		/* Last fixup for this subsegment.  */
#endif
  struct obstack frch_obstack;	/* for objects in this frag chain */
  fragS *frch_frag_now;		/* frag_now for this subsegment */
};

typedef struct frchain frchainS;

/* All subsegments' chains hang off here.  NULL means no frchains yet.  */
extern frchainS *frchain_root;

/* Frchain we are assembling into now.  That is, the current segment's
   frag chain, even if it contains no (complete) frags.  */
extern frchainS *frchain_now;

typedef struct segment_info_struct {
  frchainS *frchainP;
  unsigned int hadone : 1;

  /* This field is set if this is a .bss section which does not really
     have any contents.  Once upon a time a .bss section did not have
     any frags, but that is no longer true.  This field prevent the
     SEC_HAS_CONTENTS flag from being set for the section even if
     there are frags.  */
  unsigned int bss : 1;

  int user_stuff;

  /* Fixups for this segment.  If BFD_ASSEMBLER, this is only valid
     after the frchains are run together.  */
  fixS *fix_root;
  fixS *fix_tail;

#if defined (MANY_SEGMENTS) && !defined (BFD_ASSEMBLER)
  struct internal_scnhdr scnhdr;
  enum linkonce_type linkonce;
  const char *name;
#endif

  symbolS *dot;

  struct lineno_list *lineno_list_head;
  struct lineno_list *lineno_list_tail;

#ifdef BFD_ASSEMBLER
  /* Which BFD section does this gas segment correspond to?  */
  asection *bfd_section;

  /* NULL, or pointer to the gas symbol that is the section symbol for
     this section.  sym->bsym and bfd_section->symbol should be the same.  */
  symbolS *sym;
#endif

  union {
    /* Current size of section holding stabs strings.  */
    unsigned long stab_string_size;
    /* Initial frag for ELF.  */
    char *p;
  }
  stabu;

#ifdef NEED_LITERAL_POOL
  unsigned long literal_pool_size;
#endif

#ifdef TC_SEGMENT_INFO_TYPE
  TC_SEGMENT_INFO_TYPE tc_segment_info_data;
#endif
} segment_info_type;

#ifdef BFD_ASSEMBLER

extern segment_info_type *seg_info (segT);
extern symbolS *section_symbol (segT);

#else /* ! BFD_ASSEMBLER */

#ifdef MANY_SEGMENTS

extern segment_info_type segment_info[];

#define seg_info(SEC)	(&segment_info[SEC])

#else

/* Sentinel for frchain crawling.  Points to the 1st data-segment
   frchain.  (Which is pointed to by the last text-segment frchain.) */
extern frchainS *data0_frchainP;
extern frchainS *bss0_frchainP;

#define seg_info(S)	(abort (), (segment_info_type *) 0)

#endif

#endif /* ! BFD_ASSEMBLER */

extern void subsegs_print_statistics (FILE *);