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2009-04-01libfdt: Rework/cleanup fdt_next_tag()David Gibson
Currently, callers of fdt_next_tag() must usually follow the call with some sort of call to fdt_offset_ptr() to verify that the blob isn't truncated in the middle of the tag data they're going to process. This is a bit silly, since fdt_next_tag() generally has to call fdt_offset_ptr() on at least some of the data following the tag for its own operation. This patch alters fdt_next_tag() to always use fdt_offset_ptr() to verify the data between its starting offset and the offset it returns in nextoffset. This simplifies fdt_get_property() which no longer has to verify itself that the property data is all present. At the same time, I neaten and clarify the error handling for fdt_next_tag(). Previously, fdt_next_tag() could return -1 instead of a tag value in some circumstances - which almost none of the callers checked for. Also, fdt_next_tag() could return FDT_END either because it encountered an FDT_END tag, or because it reached the end of the structure block - no way was provided to tell between these cases. With this patch, fdt_next_tag() always returns FDT_END with a negative value in nextoffset for an error. This means the several places which loop looking for FDT_END will still work correctly - they only need to check for errors at the end. The errors which fdt_next_tag() can report are: - -FDT_ERR_TRUNCATED if it reached the end of the structure block instead of finding a tag. - -FDT_BADSTRUCTURE if a bad tag was encountered, or if the tag data couldn't be verified with fdt_offset_ptr(). This patch also updates the callers of fdt_next_tag(), where appropriate, to make use of the new error reporting. Finally, the prototype for the long gone _fdt_next_tag() is removed from libfdt_internal.h. Signed-off-by: David Gibson <david@gibson.dropbear.id.au>
2008-08-24libfdt: Increase namespace-pollution paranoiaDavid Gibson
libfdt is supposed to easy to embed in projects all and sundry. Often, it won't be practical to separate the embedded libfdt's namespace from that of the surrounding project. Which means there can be namespace conflicts between even libfdt's internal/static functions and functions or macros coming from the surrounding project's headers via libfdt_env.h. This patch, therefore, renames a bunch of libfdt internal functions and macros and makes a few other chances to reduce the chances of namespace collisions with embedding projects. Specifically: - Internal functions (even static ones) are now named _fdt_*() - The type and (static) global for the error table in fdt_strerror() gain an fdt_ prefix - The unused macro PALIGN is removed - The memeq and streq macros are removed and open-coded in the users (they were only used once each) - Other macros gain an FDT_ prefix - To save some of the bulk from the previous change, an FDT_TAGALIGN() macro is introduced, where FDT_TAGALIGN(x) == FDT_ALIGN(x, FDT_TAGSIZE) Signed-off-by: David Gibson <david@gibson.dropbear.id.au>
2008-08-24dtc: Enable and fix -Wcast-qual warningsDavid Gibson
Enabling -Wcast-qual warnings in dtc shows up a number of places where we are incorrectly discarding a const qualification. There are also some places where we are intentionally discarding the 'const', and we need an ugly cast through uintptr_t to suppress the warning. However, most of these are pretty well isolated with the *_w() functions. So in the interests of maximum safety with const qualifications, this patch enables the warnings and fixes the existing complaints. Signed-off-by: David Gibson <david@gibson.dropbear.id.au> Acked-by: Gerald Van Baren <vanbaren@cideas.com>
2008-08-24dtc: Enable and fix -Wpointer-arith warningsDavid Gibson
This patch turns on the -Wpointer-arith option in the dtc Makefile, and fixes the resulting warnings due to using (void *) in pointer arithmetic. While convenient, pointer arithmetic on void * is not portable, so it's better that we avoid it, particularly in libfdt. Also add necessary definition of uintptr_t needed by David Gibson's changeset "dtc: Enable and fix -Wpointer-arith warnings" (the definition comes from stdint.h, which u-boot doesn't have). -- gvb Signed-off-by: David Gibson <david@gibson.dropbear.id.au> Signed-off-by: Gerald Van Baren <vanbaren@cideas.com>
2008-06-09libfdt: Several cleanups to parameter checkingDavid Gibson
This patch makes a couple of small cleanups to parameter checking of libfdt functions. - In several functions which take a node offset, we use an idiom involving fdt_next_tag() first to check that we have indeed been given a node offset. This patch adds a helper function _fdt_check_node_offset() to encapsulate this usage of fdt_next_tag(). - In fdt_rw.c in several places we have the expanded version of the RW_CHECK_HEADER() macro for no particular reason. This patch replaces those instances with an invocation of the macro; that's what it's for. - In fdt_sw.c we rename the check_header_sw() function to sw_check_header() to match the analgous function in fdt_rw.c, and we provide an SW_CHECK_HEADER() wrapper macro as RW_CHECK_HEADER() functions in fdt_rw.c Signed-off-by: David Gibson <david@gibson.dropbear.id.au>
2008-03-18libfdt: Trivial cleanup for CHECK_HEADER)David Gibson
Currently the CHECK_HEADER() macro is defined local to fdt_ro.c. However, there are a handful of functions (fdt_move, rw_check_header, fdt_open_into) from other files which could also use it (currently they open-code something more-or-less identical). Therefore, this patch moves CHECK_HEADER() to libfdt_internal.h and uses it in those places. Signed-off-by: David Gibson <david@gibson.dropbear.id.au>
2007-11-21Update libfdt from device tree compiler (dtc)Kumar Gala
Update libfdt to commit 8eaf5e358366017aa2e846c5038d1aa19958314e from the device tree compiler (dtc) project. Signed-off-by: Kumar Gala <galak@kernel.crashing.org>
2007-03-31libfdt: Enhanced and published fdt_next_tag()Gerald Van Baren
Enhanced the formerly private function _fdt_next_tag() to allow stepping through the tree, used to produce a human-readable dump, and made it part of the published interface. Also added some comments.
2007-03-31libfdt: Import libfdt source (1 of 2)Gerald Van Baren
This adds the applicable libfdt source files (unmodified) and a README to explain where the source came from.