Commit 3450d1fc authored by Khem Raj's avatar Khem Raj
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remap/arm: Adjust inline asm constraints

gcc10 can effectively emit single precision registers if right
operand modifier constraint is not in use

This results in assembler rejecting the code

/tmp/ccEG4QpI.s:646: Error: VFP/Neon double precision register expected -- `vtbl.8 d3,{d0,d1},s8'
/tmp/ccEG4QpI.s:678: Error: invalid instruction shape -- `vmul.f32 d0,d0,s8'

Therefore add %P qualifier to request double registers sinece 'w' could
mean variable could be stored in s0..s14 and GCC defaults to printing out s0..s14.
Note those registers map to d0..d7 also.

Output generated is exactly same with gcc9, and it also now compiles
with gcc10

Its not documented well in gcc docs and there is a ticket for that
https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=84343

Signed-off-by: Khem Raj's avatarKhem Raj <raj.khem@gmail.com>
parent 4da4670f
......@@ -189,7 +189,7 @@ static void remap_ch4_to_mono_float32ne_neon(pa_remap_t *m, float *dst, const fl
"vadd.f32 d0, d0, d1 \n\t"
"vadd.f32 d2, d2, d3 \n\t"
"vadd.f32 d0, d0, d2 \n\t"
"vmul.f32 d0, d0, %[quart] \n\t"
"vmul.f32 d0, d0, %P[quart] \n\t"
"vst1.32 {d0}, [%[dst]]! \n\t"
: [dst] "+r" (dst), [src] "+r" (src) /* output operands */
: [quart] "w" (quart) /* input operands */
......@@ -276,7 +276,7 @@ static void remap_arrange_stereo_s16ne_neon(pa_remap_t *m, int16_t *dst, const i
for (; n >= 2; n -= 2) {
__asm__ __volatile__ (
"vld1.s16 d0, [%[src]]! \n\t"
"vtbl.8 d0, {d0}, %[t] \n\t"
"vtbl.8 d0, {d0}, %P[t] \n\t"
"vst1.s16 d0, [%[dst]]! \n\t"
: [dst] "+r" (dst), [src] "+r" (src) /* output operands */
: [t] "w" (t) /* input operands */
......@@ -287,7 +287,7 @@ static void remap_arrange_stereo_s16ne_neon(pa_remap_t *m, int16_t *dst, const i
if (n > 0) {
__asm__ __volatile__ (
"vld1.32 d0[0], [%[src]]! \n\t"
"vtbl.8 d0, {d0}, %[t] \n\t"
"vtbl.8 d0, {d0}, %P[t] \n\t"
"vst1.32 d0[0], [%[dst]]! \n\t"
: [dst] "+r" (dst), [src] "+r" (src) /* output operands */
: [t] "w" (t) /* input operands */
......@@ -302,8 +302,8 @@ static void remap_arrange_ch2_ch4_s16ne_neon(pa_remap_t *m, int16_t *dst, const
for (; n > 0; n--) {
__asm__ __volatile__ (
"vld1.32 d0[0], [%[src]]! \n\t"
"vtbl.8 d0, {d0}, %[t] \n\t"
"vst1.s16 d0, [%[dst]]! \n\t"
"vtbl.8 d0, {d0}, %P[t] \n\t"
"vst1.s16 d0, [%[dst]]! \n\t"
: [dst] "+r" (dst), [src] "+r" (src) /* output operands */
: [t] "w" (t) /* input operands */
: "memory", "d0" /* clobber list */
......@@ -317,7 +317,7 @@ static void remap_arrange_ch4_s16ne_neon(pa_remap_t *m, int16_t *dst, const int1
for (; n > 0; n--) {
__asm__ __volatile__ (
"vld1.s16 d0, [%[src]]! \n\t"
"vtbl.8 d0, {d0}, %[t] \n\t"
"vtbl.8 d0, {d0}, %P[t] \n\t"
"vst1.s16 d0, [%[dst]]! \n\t"
: [dst] "+r" (dst), [src] "+r" (src) /* output operands */
: [t] "w" (t) /* input operands */
......@@ -332,7 +332,7 @@ static void remap_arrange_stereo_float32ne_neon(pa_remap_t *m, float *dst, const
for (; n > 0; n--) {
__asm__ __volatile__ (
"vld1.f32 d0, [%[src]]! \n\t"
"vtbl.8 d0, {d0}, %[t] \n\t"
"vtbl.8 d0, {d0}, %P[t] \n\t"
"vst1.s16 {d0}, [%[dst]]! \n\t"
: [dst] "+r" (dst), [src] "+r" (src) /* output operands */
: [t] "w" (t) /* input operands */
......@@ -349,8 +349,8 @@ static void remap_arrange_ch2_ch4_any32ne_neon(pa_remap_t *m, float *dst, const
for (; n > 0; n--) {
__asm__ __volatile__ (
"vld1.f32 d0, [%[src]]! \n\t"
"vtbl.8 d1, {d0}, %[t0] \n\t"
"vtbl.8 d2, {d0}, %[t1] \n\t"
"vtbl.8 d1, {d0}, %P[t0] \n\t"
"vtbl.8 d2, {d0}, %P[t1] \n\t"
"vst1.s16 {d1,d2}, [%[dst]]! \n\t"
: [dst] "+r" (dst), [src] "+r" (src) /* output operands */
: [t0] "w" (t0), [t1] "w" (t1) /* input operands */
......@@ -366,8 +366,8 @@ static void remap_arrange_ch4_float32ne_neon(pa_remap_t *m, float *dst, const fl
for (; n > 0; n--) {
__asm__ __volatile__ (
"vld1.f32 {d0,d1}, [%[src]]! \n\t"
"vtbl.8 d2, {d0,d1}, %[t0] \n\t"
"vtbl.8 d3, {d0,d1}, %[t1] \n\t"
"vtbl.8 d2, {d0,d1}, %P[t0] \n\t"
"vtbl.8 d3, {d0,d1}, %P[t1] \n\t"
"vst1.s16 {d2,d3}, [%[dst]]! \n\t"
: [dst] "+r" (dst), [src] "+r" (src) /* output operands */
: [t0] "w" (t0), [t1] "w" (t1) /* input operands */
......
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