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/*
 *	File:	vm_types.h
 *	Author:	Avadis Tevanian, Jr.
 *	Date: 1985
 *
 *	Header file for VM data types.  ARM version.
 */

#ifndef _MACH_ARM_VM_TYPES_H_
#define _MACH_ARM_VM_TYPES_H_

#if defined (__arm__) || defined (__arm64__)

#ifndef ASSEMBLER

#include <arm/_types.h>
#include <stdint.h>
#include <Availability.h>
#include <sys/cdefs.h>

/*
 * natural_t and integer_t are Mach's legacy types for machine-
 * independent integer types (unsigned, and signed, respectively).
 * Their original purpose was to define other types in a machine/
 * compiler independent way.
 *
 * They also had an implicit "same size as pointer" characteristic
 * to them (i.e. Mach's traditional types are very ILP32 or ILP64
 * centric).  We will likely support x86 ABIs that do not follow
 * either ofthese models (specifically LP64).  Therefore, we had to
 * make a choice between making these types scale with pointers or stay
 * tied to integers.  Because their use is predominantly tied to
 * to the size of an integer, we are keeping that association and
 * breaking free from pointer size guarantees.
 *
 * New use of these types is discouraged.
 */
typedef __darwin_natural_t      natural_t;
typedef int                     integer_t;

/*
 * A vm_offset_t is a type-neutral pointer,
 * e.g. an offset into a virtual memory space.
 */
#ifdef __LP64__
typedef uintptr_t               vm_offset_t __kernel_ptr_semantics;
typedef uintptr_t               vm_size_t;

typedef uint64_t                mach_vm_address_t __kernel_ptr_semantics;
typedef uint64_t                mach_vm_offset_t __kernel_ptr_semantics;
typedef uint64_t                mach_vm_size_t;

typedef uint64_t                vm_map_offset_t __kernel_ptr_semantics;
typedef uint64_t                vm_map_address_t __kernel_ptr_semantics;
typedef uint64_t                vm_map_size_t;
#else
typedef natural_t               vm_offset_t __kernel_ptr_semantics;
/*
 * A vm_size_t is the proper type for e.g.
 * expressing the difference between two
 * vm_offset_t entities.
 */
typedef natural_t               vm_size_t;

/*
 * This new type is independent of a particular vm map's
 * implementation size - and represents appropriate types
 * for all possible maps.  This is used for interfaces
 * where the size of the map is not known - or we don't
 * want to have to distinguish.
 */
#if defined(__IPHONE_OS_VERSION_MIN_REQUIRED) && (__IPHONE_OS_VERSION_MIN_REQUIRED < __IPHONE_5_0)
typedef uint32_t                mach_vm_address_t;
typedef uint32_t                mach_vm_offset_t;
typedef uint32_t                mach_vm_size_t;
#else
typedef uint64_t                mach_vm_address_t __kernel_ptr_semantics;
typedef uint64_t                mach_vm_offset_t __kernel_ptr_semantics;
typedef uint64_t                mach_vm_size_t;
#endif

typedef uint32_t                vm_map_offset_t __kernel_ptr_semantics;
typedef uint32_t                vm_map_address_t __kernel_ptr_semantics;
typedef uint32_t                vm_map_size_t;
#endif /* __LP64__ */


typedef uint32_t                vm32_offset_t;
typedef uint32_t                vm32_address_t;
typedef uint32_t                vm32_size_t;

typedef vm_offset_t             mach_port_context_t;

#ifdef MACH_KERNEL_PRIVATE
typedef vm32_offset_t           mach_port_context32_t;
typedef mach_vm_offset_t        mach_port_context64_t;
#endif

#endif  /* ASSEMBLER */

/*
 * If composing messages by hand (please do not)
 */
#define MACH_MSG_TYPE_INTEGER_T MACH_MSG_TYPE_INTEGER_32

#endif /* defined (__arm__) || defined (__arm64__) */

#endif  /* _MACH_ARM_VM_TYPES_H_ */