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// Copyright 2019 The Pigweed Authors
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#include "pw_cpu_exception/entry.h"
#include <cstdint>
#include <cstring>
#include "pw_cpu_exception/handler.h"
#include "pw_cpu_exception_cortex_m/cpu_state.h"
#include "pw_cpu_exception_cortex_m/util.h"
#include "pw_cpu_exception_cortex_m_private/cortex_m_constants.h"
#include "pw_preprocessor/arch.h"
#include "pw_preprocessor/compiler.h"
// TODO(pwbug/311): Deprecated naming.
PW_EXTERN_C PW_NO_PROLOGUE __attribute__((alias("pw_cpu_exception_Entry"))) void
namespace pw::cpu_exception::cortex_m {
namespace {
// Checks exc_return to determine if FPU state was pushed to the stack in
// addition to the base CPU context frame.
bool FpuStateWasPushed(const pw_cpu_exception_State& cpu_state) {
return !(cpu_state.extended.exc_return & kExcReturnBasicFrameMask);
// If the CPU successfully pushed context on exception, copy it into cpu_state.
// For more information see (See ARMv7-M Section B1.5.11, derived exceptions
// on exception entry).
void CloneBaseRegistersFromPsp(pw_cpu_exception_State* cpu_state) {
// If CPU succeeded in pushing context to PSP, copy it to the MSP.
if (!(cpu_state->extended.cfsr & kCfsrStkerrMask) &&
!(cpu_state->extended.cfsr & kCfsrStkofMask) &&
!(cpu_state->extended.cfsr & kCfsrMstkerrMask)) {
// TODO(amontanez): {r0-r3,r12} are captured in pw_cpu_exception_Entry(),
// so this only really needs to copy pc, lr, and psr. Could
// (possibly) improve speed, but would add marginally more
// complexity.
} else {
// If CPU context wasn't pushed to stack on exception entry, we can't
// recover psr, lr, and pc from exception-time. Make these values clearly
// invalid.
cpu_state-> = kUndefinedPcLrOrPsrRegValue;
cpu_state->base.pc = kUndefinedPcLrOrPsrRegValue;
cpu_state->base.psr = kUndefinedPcLrOrPsrRegValue;
// If the CPU successfully pushed context on exception, restore it from
// cpu_state. Otherwise, don't attempt to restore state.
// For more information see (See ARMv7-M Section B1.5.11, derived exceptions
// on exception entry).
void RestoreBaseRegistersToPsp(pw_cpu_exception_State* cpu_state) {
// If CPU succeeded in pushing context to PSP on exception entry, restore the
// contents of cpu_state to the CPU-pushed register frame so the CPU can
// continue. Otherwise, don't attempt as we'll likely end up in an escalated
// hard fault.
if (!(cpu_state->extended.cfsr & kCfsrStkerrMask) &&
!(cpu_state->extended.cfsr & kCfsrStkofMask) &&
!(cpu_state->extended.cfsr & kCfsrMstkerrMask)) {
// Determines the size of the CPU-pushed context frame.
uint32_t CpuContextSize(const pw_cpu_exception_State& cpu_state) {
uint32_t cpu_context_size = sizeof(ExceptionRegisters);
if (FpuStateWasPushed(cpu_state)) {
cpu_context_size += sizeof(ExceptionRegistersFpu);
if (cpu_state.base.psr & kPsrExtraStackAlignBit) {
// Account for the extra 4-bytes the processor
// added to keep the stack pointer 8-byte aligned
cpu_context_size += 4;
return cpu_context_size;
// On exception entry, the Program Stack Pointer is patched to reflect the state
// at exception-time. On exception return, it is restored to the appropriate
// location. This calculates the delta that is used for these patch operations.
uint32_t CalculatePspDelta(const pw_cpu_exception_State& cpu_state) {
// If CPU context was not pushed to program stack (because program stack
// wasn't in use, or an error occurred when pushing context), the PSP doesn't
// need to be shifted.
if (!ProcessStackActive(cpu_state) ||
(cpu_state.extended.cfsr & kCfsrStkerrMask) ||
(cpu_state.extended.cfsr & kCfsrStkofMask) ||
(cpu_state.extended.cfsr & kCfsrMstkerrMask)) {
return 0;
return CpuContextSize(cpu_state);
// On exception entry, the Main Stack Pointer is patched to reflect the state
// at exception-time. On exception return, it is restored to the appropriate
// location. This calculates the delta that is used for these patch operations.
uint32_t CalculateMspDelta(const pw_cpu_exception_State& cpu_state) {
if (ProcessStackActive(cpu_state)) {
// TODO(amontanez): Since FPU state isn't captured at this time, we ignore
// it when patching MSP. To add FPU capture support,
// delete this if block as CpuContextSize() will include
// FPU context size in the calculation.
return sizeof(ExceptionRegisters) + sizeof(ExtraRegisters);
return CpuContextSize(cpu_state) + sizeof(ExtraRegisters);
} // namespace
extern "C" {
// Collect remaining CPU state (memory mapped registers), populate memory mapped
// registers, and call application exception handler.
PW_USED void pw_PackageAndHandleCpuException(
pw_cpu_exception_State* cpu_state) {
// Capture memory mapped registers.
cpu_state->extended.cfsr = cortex_m_cfsr;
cpu_state->extended.mmfar = cortex_m_mmfar;
cpu_state->extended.bfar = cortex_m_bfar;
cpu_state->extended.icsr = cortex_m_icsr;
cpu_state->extended.hfsr = cortex_m_hfsr;
cpu_state->extended.shcsr = cortex_m_shcsr;
// CPU may have automatically pushed state to the program stack. If it did,
// the values can be copied into in the pw_cpu_exception_State struct that is
// passed to HandleCpuException(). The cpu_state passed to the handler is
// ALWAYS stored on the main stack (MSP).
if (ProcessStackActive(*cpu_state)) {
// If PSP wasn't active, this delta is 0.
cpu_state->extended.psp += CalculatePspDelta(*cpu_state);
// Patch captured stack pointers so they reflect the state at exception time.
cpu_state->extended.msp += CalculateMspDelta(*cpu_state);
// Call application-level exception handler.
// Restore program stack pointer so exception return can restore state if
// needed.
// Note: The default behavior of NOT subtracting a delta from MSP is
// intentional. This simplifies the assembly to pop the exception state
// off the main stack on exception return (since MSP currently reflects
// exception-time state).
cpu_state->extended.psp -= CalculatePspDelta(*cpu_state);
// If PSP was active and the CPU pushed a context frame, we must copy the
// potentially modified state from cpu_state back to the PSP so the CPU can
// resume execution with the modified values.
if (ProcessStackActive(*cpu_state)) {
// In this case, there's no need to touch the MSP as it's at the location
// before we entering the exception (effectively popping the state initially
// pushed to the main stack).
} else {
// Since we're restoring context from MSP, we DO need to adjust MSP to point
// to CPU-pushed context frame so it can be properly restored.
// No need to adjust PSP since nothing was pushed to program stack.
cpu_state->extended.msp -= CpuContextSize(*cpu_state);
// Captures faulting CPU state on the main stack (MSP), then calls the exception
// handlers.
// This function should be called immediately after an exception.
void pw_cpu_exception_Entry(void) {
asm volatile(
// clang-format off
// If PSP was in use at the time of exception, it's possible the CPU
// wasn't able to push CPU state. To be safe, this first captures scratch
// registers before moving forward.
// Stack flag is bit index 2 (0x4) of exc_return value stored in lr. When
// this bit is set, the Process Stack Pointer (PSP) was in use. Otherwise,
// the Main Stack Pointer (MSP) was in use. (See ARMv7-M Section B1.5.8
// for more details)
// The following block of assembly is equivalent to:
// if (lr & (1 << 2)) {
// msp -= sizeof(ExceptionRegisters);
// ExceptionRegisters* state =
// (ExceptionRegisters*) msp;
// state->r0 = r0;
// state->r1 = r1;
// state->r2 = r2;
// state->r3 = r3;
// state->r12 = r12;
// }
" tst lr, #(1 << 2) \n"
" itt ne \n"
" subne sp, sp, %[base_state_size] \n"
" stmne sp, {r0-r3, r12} \n"
// Reserve stack space for additional registers. Since we're in exception
// handler mode, the main stack pointer is currently in use.
// r0 will temporarily store the end of captured_cpu_state to simplify
// assembly for copying additional registers.
" mrs r0, msp \n"
" sub sp, sp, %[extra_state_size] \n"
// Store GPRs to stack.
" stmdb r0!, {r4-r11} \n"
// Load special registers.
" mov r1, lr \n"
" mrs r2, msp \n"
" mrs r3, psp \n"
" mrs r4, control \n"
// Store special registers to stack.
" stmdb r0!, {r1-r4} \n"
// Load ARMv8-M specific special registers.
" mrs r5, msplim \n"
" mrs r6, psplim \n"
// Store special registers to stack.
" stmdb r0!, {r1-r6} \n"
#error "Support required for your Cortex-M Arch"
// Store a pointer to the beginning of special registers in r4 so they can
// be restored later.
" mov r4, r0 \n"
// Restore captured_cpu_state pointer to r0. This makes adding more
// memory mapped registers easier in the future since they're skipped in
// this assembly.
" mrs r0, msp \n"
// Call intermediate handler that packages data.
" ldr r3, =pw_PackageAndHandleCpuException \n"
" blx r3 \n"
// Restore state and exit exception handler.
// Pointer to saved CPU state was stored in r4.
" mov r0, r4 \n"
// Restore special registers.
" ldm r0!, {r1-r4} \n"
" mov lr, r1 \n"
" msr control, r4 \n"
// Restore GPRs.
" ldm r0, {r4-r11} \n"
// Restore stack pointers.
" msr msp, r2 \n"
" msr psp, r3 \n"
// Exit exception.
" bx lr \n"
: /*output=*/
: /*input=*/[base_state_size]"i"(sizeof(ExceptionRegisters)),
// clang-format on
} // extern "C"
} // namespace pw::cpu_exception::cortex_m