|author||Richard Henderson <email@example.com>||2012-09-21 17:18:09 -0700|
|committer||Aurelien Jarno <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2012-09-26 00:31:16 +0200|
tcg: Adjust descriptions of *cond opcodes
The README file documented the operand ordering of the tcg_gen_* functions. Since we're documenting opcodes here, use the true operand ordering. Signed-off-by: Richard Henderson <email@example.com> Cc: malc <firstname.lastname@example.org> Signed-off-by: Aurelien Jarno <email@example.com>
1 files changed, 5 insertions, 5 deletions
diff --git a/tcg/README b/tcg/README
index 33783ee17b..27846f1ea4 100644
@@ -141,7 +141,7 @@ Define label 'label' at the current program point.
Jump to label.
-* brcond_i32/i64 cond, t0, t1, label
+* brcond_i32/i64 t0, t1, cond, label
Conditional jump if t0 cond t1 is true. cond can be:
@@ -301,13 +301,13 @@ This operation would be equivalent to
********* Conditional moves
-* setcond_i32/i64 cond, dest, t1, t2
+* setcond_i32/i64 dest, t1, t2, cond
dest = (t1 cond t2)
Set DEST to 1 if (T1 cond T2) is true, otherwise set to 0.
-* movcond_i32/i64 cond, dest, c1, c2, v1, v2
+* movcond_i32/i64 dest, c1, c2, v1, v2, cond
dest = (c1 cond c2 ? v1 : v2)
@@ -360,7 +360,7 @@ The following opcodes are internal to TCG. Thus they are to be implemented by
32-bit host code generators, but are not to be emitted by guest translators.
They are emitted as needed by inline functions within "tcg-op.h".
-* brcond2_i32 cond, t0_low, t0_high, t1_low, t1_high, label
+* brcond2_i32 t0_low, t0_high, t1_low, t1_high, cond, label
Similar to brcond, except that the 64-bit values T0 and T1
are formed from two 32-bit arguments.
@@ -377,7 +377,7 @@ is returned in two 32-bit outputs.
Similar to mul, except two 32-bit (unsigned) inputs T1 and T2 yielding
the full 64-bit product T0. The later is returned in two 32-bit outputs.
-* setcond2_i32 cond, dest, t1_low, t1_high, t2_low, t2_high
+* setcond2_i32 dest, t1_low, t1_high, t2_low, t2_high, cond
Similar to setcond, except that the 64-bit values T1 and T2 are
formed from two 32-bit arguments. The result is a 32-bit value.