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Szabolcs Nagy
Revert "AArch64: Update A64FX memset not to degrade at 16KB"
Because of wrong commit author. Will recommit it with right author.

This reverts commit 23777232c23f80809613bdfa329f63aadf992922.
Carlos O'Donell
Add 'codepoint_collation' support for LC_COLLATE.
Support a new directive 'codepoint_collation' in the LC_COLLATE
section of a locale source file. This new directive causes all
collation rules to be dropped and instead STRCMP (strcmp or
wcscmp) is used for collation of the input character set. This
is required to allow for a C.UTF-8 that contains zero collation
rules (minimal size) and sorts using code point sorting.

To date the only implementation of a locale with zero collation
rules is the C/POSIX locale. The C/POSIX locale provides
identity tables for _NL_COLLATE_COLLSEQMB and
_NL_COLLATE_COLLSEQWC that map to ASCII even though it has zero
rules. This has lead to existing fnmatch, regexec, and regcomp
implementations that require these tables. It is not correct
to use these tables when nrules == 0, but the conservative fix
is to provide these tables when nrules == 0. This assures that
existing static applications using a new C.UTF-8 locale with
'codepoint_collation' at least have functional range expressions
with ASCII e.g. [0-9] or [a-z]. Such static applications would
not have the fixes to fnmatch, regexec and regcomp that avoid
the use of the tables when nrules == 0. Future fixes to fnmatch,
regexec, and regcomp would allow range expressions to use the
full set of code points for such ranges.

Tested on x86_64 and i686 without regression.

Reviewed-by: Florian Weimer <fweimer@redhat.com>
  • glibc-aarch64-linux: make (clobber) -  stdio
  • glibc-armhf-linux: make (clobber) -  stdio
Joseph Myers
Run conform/ tests using newly built libc
Although the conform/ header tests are built using the headers of the
glibc under test, the execution tests from conformtest (a few tests of
the values of macros evaluating to string constants) are linked and
run with system libc, not the newly built libc.

Apart from preventing testing in cross environments, this can be a
problem even for native testing.  Specifically, it can be useful to do
native testing when building with a cross compiler that links with a
libc that is not the system libc; for example, on x86_64, you can test
all three ABIs that way if the kernel support is present, even if the
host OS lacks 32-bit or x32 libraries or they are older than the
libraries in the sysroot used by the compiler used to build glibc.
This works for almost all tests, but not for these conformtest tests.

Arrange for conformtest to link and run test programs similarly to
other tests, with consequent refactoring of various variables in
Makeconfig to allow passing relevant parts of the link-time command
lines down to conformtest.  In general, the parts of the link command
involving $@ or $^ are separated out from the parts that should be
passed to conformtest (the variables passed to conformtest still
involve various variables whose names involve $(@F), but those
variables simply won't be defined for the conformtest makefile rules
and I think their presence there is harmless).

This is also most of the support that would be needed to allow running
those tests of string constants for cross testing when test-wrapper is
defined.  That will also need changes to where conformtest.py puts the
test executables, so it puts them in the main object directory
(expected to be shared with a test system in cross testing) rather
than /tmp (not expected to be shared) as at present.

Tested for x86_64.
Sergey Bugaev
htl: Reimplement GSCOPE
This is a new implementation of GSCOPE which largely mirrors its NPTL
counterpart. Same as in NPTL, instead of a global flag shared between
threads, there is now a per-thread GSCOPE flag stored in each thread's
TCB. This makes entering and exiting a GSCOPE faster at the expense of
making THREAD_GSCOPE_WAIT () slower.

The largest win is the elimination of many redundant gsync_wake () RPC
calls; previously, even simplest programs would make dozens of fully
redundant gsync_wake () calls.

Signed-off-by: Sergey Bugaev <bugaevc@gmail.com>
Message-Id: <20210915171110.226187-3-bugaevc@gmail.com>
Reviewed-by: Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault@ens-lyon.org>
Samuel Thibault
hurd: Fix typo in msync
== has higher priority than &
John David Anglin
Update hppa libm-test-ulps
Naohiro Tamura
benchtests: Fix validate_benchout.py exceptions
This patch fixed validate_benchout.py two exceptions,
1) AttributeError
  if benchout_strings.schema.json is specified, and
2) json.decoder.JSONDecodeError
  if benchout file is not JSON.

$ ~/glibc/benchtests/scripts/validate_benchout.py bench-memset.out \
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/naohirot/glibc/benchtests/scripts/validate_benchout.py", line 86, in <module>
  File "/home/naohirot/glibc/benchtests/scripts/validate_benchout.py", line 69, in main
    bench.parse_bench(args[0], args[1])
  File "/home/naohirot/glibc/benchtests/scripts/import_bench.py", line 139, in parse_bench
    do_for_all_timings(bench, lambda b, f, v:
  File "/home/naohirot/glibc/benchtests/scripts/import_bench.py", line 107, in do_for_all_timings
    if 'timings' not in bench['functions'][func][k].keys():
AttributeError: 'str' object has no attribute 'keys'

$ ~/glibc/benchtests/scripts/validate_benchout.py bench-math-inlines.out \
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/naohirot/glibc/benchtests/scripts/validate_benchout.py", line 86, in <module>
  File "/home/naohirot/glibc/benchtests/scripts/validate_benchout.py", line 69, in main
    bench.parse_bench(args[0], args[1])
  File "/home/naohirot/glibc/benchtests/scripts/import_bench.py", line 137, in parse_bench
    bench = json.load(benchfile)
  File "/usr/lib/python3.6/json/__init__.py", line 299, in load
    parse_constant=parse_constant, object_pairs_hook=object_pairs_hook, **kw)
  File "/usr/lib/python3.6/json/__init__.py", line 354, in loads
    return _default_decoder.decode(s)
  File "/usr/lib/python3.6/json/decoder.py", line 342, in decode
    raise JSONDecodeError("Extra data", s, end)
json.decoder.JSONDecodeError: Extra data: line 1 column 17 (char 16)

Reviewed-by: Siddhesh Poyarekar <siddhesh@sourceware.org>
Florian Weimer
_Static_assert needs two arguments for compatibility with GCC before 9
This macro definition enforces two arguments even with newer compilers
that accept the single-argument form, too.

Reviewed-by: Carlos O'Donell <carlos@redhat.com>
Sergey Bugaev
All the ports now have THREAD_GSCOPE_IN_TCB set to 1. Remove all
support for !THREAD_GSCOPE_IN_TCB, along with the definition itself.

Signed-off-by: Sergey Bugaev <bugaevc@gmail.com>
Message-Id: <20210915171110.226187-4-bugaevc@gmail.com>
Reviewed-by: Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault@ens-lyon.org>
Florian Weimer
locale: Add missing second argument to _Static_assert in C-collate-seq.c
Joseph Myers
Add narrowing square root functions
This patch adds the narrowing square root functions from TS 18661-1 /
TS 18661-3 / C2X to glibc's libm: fsqrt, fsqrtl, dsqrtl, f32sqrtf64,
f32sqrtf32x, f32xsqrtf64 for all configurations; f32sqrtf64x,
f32sqrtf128, f64sqrtf64x, f64sqrtf128, f32xsqrtf64x, f32xsqrtf128,
f64xsqrtf128 for configurations with _Float64x and _Float128;
__f32sqrtieee128 and __f64sqrtieee128 aliases in the powerpc64le case
(for calls to fsqrtl and dsqrtl when long double is IEEE binary128).
Corresponding tgmath.h macro support is also added.

The changes are mostly similar to those for the other narrowing
functions previously added, so the description of those generally
applies to this patch as well.  However, the not-actually-narrowing
cases (where the two types involved in the function have the same
floating-point format) are aliased to sqrt, sqrtl or sqrtf128 rather
than needing a separately built not-actually-narrowing function such
as was needed for add / sub / mul / div.  Thus, there is no
__nldbl_dsqrtl name for ldbl-opt because no such name was needed
(whereas the other functions needed such a name since the only other
name for that entry point was e.g. f32xaddf64, not reserved by TS
18661-1); the headers are made to arrange for sqrt to be called in
that case instead.

The DIAG_* calls in sysdeps/ieee754/soft-fp/s_dsqrtl.c are because
they were observed to be needed in GCC 7 testing of
riscv32-linux-gnu-rv32imac-ilp32.  The other sysdeps/ieee754/soft-fp/
files added didn't need such DIAG_* in any configuration I tested with
build-many-glibcs.py, but if they do turn out to be needed in more
files with some other configuration / GCC version, they can always be
added there.

I reused the same test inputs in auto-libm-test-in as for
non-narrowing sqrt rather than adding extra or separate inputs for
narrowing sqrt.  The tests in libm-test-narrow-sqrt.inc also follow
those for non-narrowing sqrt.

Tested as followed: natively with the full glibc testsuite for x86_64
(GCC 11, 7, 6) and x86 (GCC 11); with build-many-glibcs.py with GCC
11, 7 and 6; cross testing of math/ tests for powerpc64le, powerpc32
hard float, mips64 (all three ABIs, both hard and soft float).  The
different GCC versions are to cover the different cases in tgmath.h
and tgmath.h tests properly (GCC 6 has _Float* only as typedefs in
glibc headers, GCC 7 has proper _Float* support, GCC 8 adds
Florian Weimer
nptl: pthread_kill, pthread_cancel should not fail after exit (bug 19193)
This closes one remaining race condition related to bug 12889: if
the thread already exited on the kernel side, returning ESRCH
is not correct because that error is reserved for the thread IDs
(pthread_t values) whose lifetime has ended.  In case of a
kernel-side exit and a valid thread ID, no signal needs to be sent
and cancellation does not have an effect, so just return 0.

sysdeps/pthread/tst-kill4.c triggers undefined behavior and is
removed with this commit.

Reviewed-by: Adhemerval Zanella  <adhemerval.zanella@linaro.org>
  • glibc-armhf-linux: check -  stdio
Joseph Myers
Update syscall lists for Linux 5.14
Linux 5.14 has two new syscalls, memfd_secret (on some architectures
only) and quotactl_fd.  Update syscall-names.list and regenerate the
arch-syscall.h headers with build-many-glibcs.py update-syscalls.

Tested with build-many-glibcs.py.
Joseph Myers
Use $(pie-default) with conformtest
My glibc bot showed that my conformtest changes fail the build of the
conformtest execution tests for x86_64-linux-gnu-static-pie, because
linking the newly built object with the newly built libc and the
associated options normally used for linking requires it to be built
as PIE.  Add $(pie-default) to the compiler command used so that PIE
options are used when required.

There's a case for using the whole of $(CFLAGS-.o) (which includes
$(pie-default)), but that raises questions of any impact from using
optimization flags from CFLAGS in these tests.  So for now just use
$(pie-default) as the key part of $(CFLAGS-.o) that's definitely

Tested with build-many-glibcs.py for x86_64-linux-gnu-static-pie.
Joseph Myers
Fix build-many-glibcs.py --strip for installed library renaming
The renaming of installed shared libraries to use the SONAME directly
rather than linking to a versioned name stopped build-many-glibcs.py
--strip (used to facilitate comparing binaries before and after
changes that aren't meant to change any generated code in installed
glibc shared libraries) from stripping most of the installed shared
libraries, because it stripped only the *.so names.  Fix it to strip
*.so* names instead and to detect the case of linker scripts using
grep instead of hardcoding particular files that are linker scripts.

Tested with build-many-glibcs.py --strip.
DJ Delorie
posix: remove some iso-8859-encoded characters
With the increasing adoption of UTF-8, modern editors may (will?)
replace iso-8859-encoded characters in the range 0x80..0xff with
their UTF-8 equivalent, as will mailers and other tools.  This breaks
our testsuite and corrupts patches.

So, this patch starts replacing these problematic characters with
\OCTal sequences instead (adding support for those in tst-fnmatch.c)
or with plain ASCII characters (PTESTS).

Reviewed-by: Carlos O'Donell <carlos@redhat.com>
  • glibc-armhf-linux: check -  stdio
Jiaxun Yang
MIPS: Setup errno for {f,l,}xstat
{f,l,}xstat stub for MIPS is using INTERNAL_SYSCALL
to do xstat syscall for glibc ver, However it leaves
errno untouched and thus giving bad errno output.

Setup errno properly when syscall returns non-zero.

Signed-off-by: Jiaxun Yang <jiaxun.yang@flygoat.com>
Reviewed-by: Adhemerval Zanella <adhemerval.zanella@linaro.org>
Aurelien Jarno
posix: Fix attribute access mode on getcwd [BZ #27476]
There is a GNU extension that allows to call getcwd(NULL, >0). It is
described in the documentation, but also directly in the unistd.h
header, just above the declaration.

Therefore the attribute access mode added in commit 06febd8c6705
is not correct. Drop it.
Samuel Thibault
hurd msync: Drop bogus test
MS_SYNC is actually 0, so we cannot test that both MS_SYNC and MS_ASYNC
are set.
Fangrui Song
configure: Fix check for INSERT in linker script
GCC/Clang use local access when referencing a const variable,
so the conftest.so may have no dynamic relocation.
LLD reports `error: unable to insert .foo after .rela.dyn` when the
destination section does not exist.

Use a non-const int to ensure that .rela.dyn exists.

Reviewed-by: Siddhesh Poyarekar <siddhesh@sourceware.org>
Stafford Horne
time: Fix compile error in itimer test affecting hurd
The recent change to use __KERNEL_OLD_TIMEVAL_MATCHES_TIMEVAL64 to avoid
doing 64-bit checks on some platforms broke the test for hurd where
__KERNEL_OLD_TIMEVAL_MATCHES_TIMEVAL64 is not defined.  With error:

    tst-itimer.c: In function 'do_test':
    tst-itimer.c:103:11: error: '__KERNEL_OLD_TIMEVAL_MATCHES_TIMEVAL64' undeclared (first use in this function)
      103 |      if (__KERNEL_OLD_TIMEVAL_MATCHES_TIMEVAL64)
  |          ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    tst-itimer.c:103:11: note: each undeclared identifier is reported only once for each function it appears in

Define a support helper to detect when setitimer and getitimer support
64-bit time_t.

Fixes commit 6e8a0aac2f ("time: Fix overflow itimer tests on 32-bit

Cc: Adhemerval Zanella <adhemerval.zanella@linaro.org>
Cc: Joseph Myers <joseph@codesourcery.com>
Florian Weimer
nptl: Fix race between pthread_kill and thread exit (bug 12889)
A new thread exit lock and flag are introduced.  They are used to
detect that the thread is about to exit or has exited in
__pthread_kill_internal, and the signal is not sent in this case.

The test sysdeps/pthread/tst-pthread_cancel-select-loop.c is derived
from a downstream test originally written by Marek Polacek.

Reviewed-by: Adhemerval Zanella  <adhemerval.zanella@linaro.org>
  • glibc-armhf-linux: check -  stdio
Sergey Bugaev
elf: Replace most uses of THREAD_GSCOPE_IN_TCB
While originally this definition was indeed used to distinguish between
the cases where the GSCOPE flag was stored in TCB or not, it has since
become used as a general way to distinguish between HTL and NPTL.

THREAD_GSCOPE_IN_TCB will be removed in the following commits, as HTL,
which currently is the only port that does not put the flag into TCB,
will get ported to put the GSCOPE flag into the TCB as well. To prepare
for that change, migrate all code that wants to distinguish between HTL
and NPTL to use PTHREAD_IN_LIBC instead, which is a better choice since
the distinction mostly has to do with whether libc has access to the
list of thread structures and therefore can initialize thread-local

The parts of code that actually depend on whether the GSCOPE flag is in
TCB are left unchanged.

Signed-off-by: Sergey Bugaev <bugaevc@gmail.com>
Message-Id: <20210907133325.255690-2-bugaevc@gmail.com>
Reviewed-by: Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault@ens-lyon.org>
Joseph Myers
Use Linux 5.14 in build-many-glibcs.py
This patch makes build-many-glibcs.py use Linux 5.14.

Tested with build-many-glibcs.py (host-libraries, compilers and glibcs
  • glibc-armhf-linux: check -  stdio
Joseph Myers
Redirect fma calls to __fma in libm
include/math.h has a mechanism to redirect internal calls to various
libm functions, that can often be inlined by the compiler, to call
non-exported __* names for those functions in the case when the calls
aren't inlined, with the redirection being disabled when
NO_MATH_REDIRECT.  Add fma to the functions to which this mechanism is

At present, libm-internal fma calls (generally to __builtin_fma*
functions) are only done when it's known the call will be inlined,
with alternative code not relying on an fma operation being used in
the caller otherwise.  This patch is in preparation for adding the TS
18661 / C2X narrowing fma functions to glibc; it will be natural for
the narrowing function implementations to call the underlying fma
functions unconditionally, with this either being inlined or resulting
in an __fma* call.  (Using two levels of round-to-odd computation like
that, in the case where there isn't an fma hardware instruction, isn't
optimal but is certainly a lot simpler for the initial implementation
than writing different narrowing fma implementations for all the
various pairs of formats.)

Tested with build-many-glibcs.py that installed stripped shared
libraries are unchanged by the patch (using
to fix installed library stripping in build-many-glibcs.py).  Also
tested for x86_64.
  • glibc-aarch64-linux: check -  stdio
Joseph Myers
Update kernel version to 5.14 in tst-mman-consts.py
This patch updates the kernel version in the test tst-mman-consts.py
to 5.14.  (There are no new MAP_* constants covered by this test in
5.14 that need any other header changes.)

Tested with build-many-glibcs.py.
Carlos O'Donell
Add generic C.UTF-8 locale (Bug 17318)
We add a new C.UTF-8 locale. This locale is not builtin to glibc, but
is provided as a distinct locale. The locale provides full support for
UTF-8 and this includes full code point sorting via STRCMP-based
collation (strcmp or wcscmp).

The collation uses a new keyword 'codepoint_collation' which drops all
collation rules and generates an empty zero rules collation to enable
STRCMP usage in collation. This ensures that we get full code point
sorting for C.UTF-8 with a minimal 1406 bytes of overhead (LC_COLLATE
structure information and ASCII collating tables).

The new locale is added to SUPPORTED. Minimal test data for specific
code points (minus those not supported by collate-test) is provided in
C.UTF-8.in, and this verifies code point sorting is working reasonably
across the range. The locale was tested manually with the full set of
code points without failure.

The locale is harmonized with locales already shipping in various
downstream distributions. A new tst-iconv9 test is added which verifies
the C.UTF-8 locale is generally usable.

Testing for fnmatch, regexec, and recomp is provided by extending
bug-regex1, bugregex19, bug-regex4, bug-regex6, transbug, tst-fnmatch,
tst-regcomp-truncated, and tst-regex to use C.UTF-8.

Tested on x86_64 or i686 without regression.

Reviewed-by: Florian Weimer <fweimer@redhat.com>
  • glibc-aarch64-linux: make (clobber) -  stdio
  • glibc-armhf-linux: make (clobber) -  stdio
Siddhesh Poyarekar
iconvconfig: Fix behaviour with --prefix [BZ #28199]
The consolidation of configuration parsing broke behaviour with
--prefix, where the prefix bled into the modules cache.  Accept a
prefix which, when non-NULL, is prepended to the path when looking for
configuration files but only the original directory is added to the
modules cache.

This has no effect on the codegen of gconv_conf since it passes NULL.

Reported-by: Patrick McCarty <patrick.mccarty@intel.com>
Reported-by: Michael Hudson-Doyle <michael.hudson@canonical.com>
Reviewed-by: Andreas Schwab <schwab@linux-m68k.org>
Naohiro Tamura
benchtests: Enable scripts/plot_strings.py to read stdin
This patch enables scripts/plot_strings.py to read a benchmark result
file from stdin.
To keep backward compatibility, that is to keep accepting multiple of
benchmark result files in argument, blank argument doesn't mean stdin,
but '-' does.
Therefore nargs parameter of ArgumentParser.add_argument() method is
not changed to '?', but keep '+'.

  $ jq '.' bench-memset.out | plot_strings.py -
  $ jq '.' bench-memset.out | plot_strings.py - bench-memset-large.out
  $ plot_strings.py bench-memset.out bench-memset-large.out

error ex:
  $ jq '.' bench-memset.out | plot_strings.py

Reviewed-by: Siddhesh Poyarekar <siddhesh@sourceware.org>
Joseph Myers
Add MADV_POPULATE_READ and MADV_POPULATE_WRITE from Linux 5.14 to bits/mman-linux.h
Linux 5.14 adds constants MADV_POPULATE_READ and MADV_POPULATE_WRITE
(with the same values on all architectures).  Add these to glibc's

Tested for x86_64.
Siddhesh Poyarekar
Remove "Contributed by" lines
We stopped adding "Contributed by" or similar lines in sources in 2012
in favour of git logs and keeping the Contributors section of the
glibc manual up to date.  Removing these lines makes the license
header a bit more consistent across files and also removes the
possibility of error in attribution when license blocks or files are
copied across since the contributed-by lines don't actually reflect
reality in those cases.

Move all "Contributed by" and similar lines (Written by, Test by,
etc.) into a new file CONTRIBUTED-BY to retain record of these
contributions.  These contributors are also mentioned in
manual/contrib.texi, so we just maintain this additional record as a
courtesy to the earlier developers.

The following scripts were used to filter a list of files to edit in
place and to clean up the CONTRIBUTED-BY file respectively.  These
were not added to the glibc sources because they're not expected to be
of any use in future given that this is a one time task:


Reviewed-by: Carlos O'Donell <carlos@redhat.com>
Naohiro Tamura
benchtests: Remove redundant assert.h
This patch removed redundant "#include <assert.h>" from
bench-memset-large.c and bench-memset-walk.c.

Reviewed-by: Siddhesh Poyarekar <siddhesh@sourceware.org>
Sergey Bugaev
testrun.sh: Add support for --tool=rpctrace
rpctrace(1) is a Hurd RPC tracer tool, which is used similar to how
strace(1) is used on GNU/Linux.

Signed-off-by: Sergey Bugaev <bugaevc@gmail.com>
Message-Id: <20210907133325.255690-6-bugaevc@gmail.com>
Acked-by: Florian Weimer <fweimer@redhat.com>
Signed-off-by: Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault@ens-lyon.org>
Aurelien Jarno
Fix failing nss/tst-nss-files-hosts-long with local resolver
When a local resolver like unbound is listening on the IPv4 loopback
address, the nss/tst-nss-files-hosts-long test fails. This is
due to:
- the default resolver in the absence of resolv.conf being
- the default DNS NSS database configuration in the absence of
  nsswitch.conf being 'hosts: dns [!UNAVAIL=return] file'

This causes the requests for 'test4' and 'test6' to first be sent to the
local resolver, which responds with NXDOMAIN in the likely case those
records do no exist. In turn that causes the access to /etc/hosts to be
skipped, which is the purpose of that test.

Fix that by providing a simple nsswitch.conf file forcing access to
/etc/hosts for that test. I have tested that the only changed result in
the testsuite is that test.
Samuel Thibault
mach lll_lock/unlock: Explicitly request private locking
0 was actually LLL_PRIVATE, so this does not actually change the code.
Naohiro Tamura via Libc-alpha
AArch64: Update A64FX memset not to degrade at 16KB
This patch updates unroll8 code so as not to degrade at the peak
performance 16KB for both FX1000 and FX700.

Inserted 2 instructions at the beginning of the unroll8 loop,
cmp and branch, are a workaround that is found heuristically.

Reviewed-by: Wilco Dijkstra <Wilco.Dijkstra@arm.com>
Fangrui Song
configure: Allow LD to be LLD 13.0.0 or above [BZ #26558]
When using LLD (LLVM linker) as the linker, configure prints a confusing

    *** These critical programs are missing or too old: GNU ld

LLD>=13.0.0 can build glibc --enable-static-pie. (8.0.0 needs one
workaround for -Wl,-defsym=_begin=0. 9.0.0 works with

XFAIL two tests sysdeps/x86/tst-ifunc-isa-* which have the BZ #28154
issue (LLD follows the PowerPC port of GNU ld for ifunc by placing
IRELATIVE relocations in .rela.dyn, triggering a glibc ifunc fragility).

The set of dynamic symbols is the same with GNU ld and LLD,
modulo unused SHN_ABS version node symbols.

For comparison, gold does not support --enable-static-pie
yet (--no-dynamic-linker is unsupported BZ #22221), yet
has 6 failures more than LLD. gold linked libc.so has
larger .dynsym differences with GNU ld and LLD
(non-default version symbols are changed to default versions
by a version script BZ #28196).
Naohiro Tamura
AArch64: Update A64FX memset not to degrade at 16KB
This patch updates unroll8 code so as not to degrade at the peak
performance 16KB for both FX1000 and FX700.

Inserted 2 instructions at the beginning of the unroll8 loop,
cmp and branch, are a workaround that is found heuristically.

Reviewed-by: Wilco Dijkstra <Wilco.Dijkstra@arm.com>
Sergey Bugaev
htl: Move thread table to ld.so
The next commit is going to introduce a new implementation of
THREAD_GSCOPE_WAIT which needs to access the list of threads.
Since it must be usable from the dynamic laoder, we have to move
the symbols for the list of threads into the loader.

Signed-off-by: Sergey Bugaev <bugaevc@gmail.com>
Message-Id: <20210915171110.226187-2-bugaevc@gmail.com>
Reviewed-by: Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault@ens-lyon.org>
Siddhesh Poyarekar
Port shared code information from the wiki
Since the shared code now has special status with respect to
copyrights, port them into a more structured format in the source tree
and add a python function that parses and returns a dictionary with
the information.

I need this to exclude these files from the Contributed-by changes and
I reckon it would be useful to know these files for future tooling.

Reviewed-by: Carlos O'Donell <carlos@redhat.com>