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h264_cabac.c
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23 
24 #include "libavcodec/cabac.h"
25 #include "cabac.h"
26 
27 #define decode_significance decode_significance_loongarch
28 static int decode_significance_loongarch(CABACContext *c, int max_coeff,
29  uint8_t *significant_coeff_ctx_base, int *index, int64_t last_off)
30 {
31  void *end = significant_coeff_ctx_base + max_coeff - 1;
32  int64_t minusstart = -(int64_t)significant_coeff_ctx_base;
33  int64_t minusindex = 4 - (int64_t)index;
34  int64_t bit, tmp0, tmp1, tmp2, one = 1;
35  uint8_t *state = significant_coeff_ctx_base;
36 
37  __asm__ volatile(
38  "3:"
39 #if UNCHECKED_BITSTREAM_READER
41 #else
43 #endif
44  "blt %[bit], %[one], 4f \n\t"
45  "add.d %[state], %[state], %[last_off] \n\t"
46 #if UNCHECKED_BITSTREAM_READER
48 #else
50 #endif
51  "sub.d %[state], %[state], %[last_off] \n\t"
52  "add.d %[tmp0], %[state], %[minusstart] \n\t"
53  "st.w %[tmp0], %[index], 0 \n\t"
54  "bge %[bit], %[one], 5f \n\t"
55  "addi.d %[index], %[index], 4 \n\t"
56  "4: \n\t"
57  "addi.d %[state], %[state], 1 \n\t"
58  "blt %[state], %[end], 3b \n\t"
59  "add.d %[tmp0], %[state], %[minusstart] \n\t"
60  "st.w %[tmp0], %[index], 0 \n\t"
61  "5: \n\t"
62  "add.d %[tmp0], %[index], %[minusindex] \n\t"
63  "srli.d %[tmp0], %[tmp0], 2 \n\t"
64  : [bit]"=&r"(bit), [tmp0]"=&r"(tmp0), [tmp1]"=&r"(tmp1), [tmp2]"=&r"(tmp2),
65  [c_range]"+&r"(c->range), [c_low]"+&r"(c->low), [state]"+&r"(state),
66  [c_bytestream]"+&r"(c->bytestream), [index]"+&r"(index)
67  : [tables]"r"(ff_h264_cabac_tables), [end]"r"(end), [one]"r"(one),
68  [minusstart]"r"(minusstart), [minusindex]"r"(minusindex),
69  [last_off]"r"(last_off),
71  [c_bytestream_end]"r"(c->bytestream_end),
72 #endif
73  [lps_off]"i"(H264_LPS_RANGE_OFFSET),
74  [mlps_off]"i"(H264_MLPS_STATE_OFFSET + 128),
75  [norm_off]"i"(H264_NORM_SHIFT_OFFSET),
76  [cabac_mask]"r"(CABAC_MASK)
77  : "memory"
78  );
79 
80  return (int)tmp0;
81 }
82 
83 #define decode_significance_8x8 decode_significance_8x8_loongarch
85  CABACContext *c, uint8_t *significant_coeff_ctx_base,
86  int *index, uint8_t *last_coeff_ctx_base, const uint8_t *sig_off)
87 {
88  int64_t minusindex = 4 - (int64_t)index;
89  int64_t bit, tmp0, tmp1, tmp2, one = 1, end = 63, last = 0;
90  uint8_t *state = 0;
91  int64_t flag_offset = H264_LAST_COEFF_FLAG_OFFSET_8x8_OFFSET;
92 
93  __asm__ volatile(
94  "3: \n\t"
95  "ldx.bu %[tmp0], %[sig_off], %[last] \n\t"
96  "add.d %[state], %[tmp0], %[significant_coeff_ctx_base] \n\t"
97 #if UNCHECKED_BITSTREAM_READER
99 #else
101 #endif
102  "blt %[bit], %[one], 4f \n\t"
103  "add.d %[tmp0], %[tables], %[flag_offset] \n\t"
104  "ldx.bu %[tmp1], %[tmp0], %[last] \n\t"
105  "add.d %[state], %[tmp1], %[last_coeff_ctx_base] \n\t"
106 #if UNCHECKED_BITSTREAM_READER
108 #else
110 #endif
111  "st.w %[last], %[index], 0 \n\t"
112  "bge %[bit], %[one], 5f \n\t"
113  "addi.d %[index], %[index], 4 \n\t"
114  "4: \n\t"
115  "addi.d %[last], %[last], 1 \n\t"
116  "blt %[last], %[end], 3b \n\t"
117  "st.w %[last], %[index], 0 \n\t"
118  "5: \n\t"
119  "add.d %[tmp0], %[index], %[minusindex] \n\t"
120  "srli.d %[tmp0], %[tmp0], 2 \n\t"
121  : [bit]"=&r"(bit), [tmp0]"=&r"(tmp0), [tmp1]"=&r"(tmp1),
122  [tmp2]"=&r"(tmp2), [c_range]"+&r"(c->range),
123  [c_low]"+&r"(c->low), [state]"+&r"(state), [last]"+&r"(last),
124  [c_bytestream]"+&r"(c->bytestream), [index]"+&r"(index)
125  : [tables]"r"(ff_h264_cabac_tables), [end]"r"(end),
126  [one]"r"(one), [minusindex]"r"(minusindex),
127  [last_coeff_ctx_base]"r"(last_coeff_ctx_base),
128  [flag_offset]"r"(flag_offset),
129 #if !UNCHECKED_BITSTREAM_READER
130  [c_bytestream_end]"r"(c->bytestream_end),
131 #endif
132  [lps_off]"i"(H264_LPS_RANGE_OFFSET), [sig_off]"r"(sig_off),
133  [mlps_off]"i"(H264_MLPS_STATE_OFFSET + 128),
134  [norm_off]"i"(H264_NORM_SHIFT_OFFSET),
135  [cabac_mask]"r"(CABAC_MASK),
136  [significant_coeff_ctx_base]"r"(significant_coeff_ctx_base)
137  );
138 
139  return (int)tmp0;
140 }
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