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//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
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////  OR1200's register file inside CPU                           ////
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////  This file is part of the OpenRISC 1200 project              ////
////  http://www.opencores.org/cores/or1k/                        ////
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////  Description                                                 ////
////  Instantiation of register file memories                     ////
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////  To Do:                                                      ////
////   - make it smaller and faster                               ////
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////  Author(s):                                                  ////
////      - Damjan Lampret, lampret@opencores.org                 ////
////  Modified by:						  ////
////      - Balaji V. Iyer, bviyer@ncsu.edu			  ////
////  Advisor:							  ////
////      - Dr. Tom Conte					  ////
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//
// CVS Revision History
//
// $Log: not supported by cvs2svn $
// Revision 1.3  2003/04/07 01:21:56  lampret
// RFRAM type always need to be defined.
//
// Revision 1.2  2002/06/08 16:19:09  lampret
// Added generic flip-flop based memory macro instantiation.
//
// Revision 1.1  2002/01/03 08:16:15  lampret
// New prefixes for RTL files, prefixed module names. Updated cache controllers and MMUs.
//
// Revision 1.13  2001/11/20 18:46:15  simons
// Break point bug fixed
//
// Revision 1.12  2001/11/13 10:02:21  lampret
// Added 'setpc'. Renamed some signals (except_flushpipe into flushpipe etc)
//
// Revision 1.11  2001/11/12 01:45:40  lampret
// Moved flag bit into SR. Changed RF enable from constant enable to dynamic enable for read ports.
//
// Revision 1.10  2001/11/10 03:43:57  lampret
// Fixed exceptions.
//
// Revision 1.9  2001/10/21 17:57:16  lampret
// Removed params from generic_XX.v. Added translate_off/on in sprs.v and id.v. Removed spr_addr from dc.v and ic.v. Fixed CR+LF.
//
// Revision 1.8  2001/10/14 13:12:10  lampret
// MP3 version.
//
// Revision 1.1.1.1  2001/10/06 10:18:36  igorm
// no message
//
// Revision 1.3  2001/08/09 13:39:33  lampret
// Major clean-up.
//
// Revision 1.2  2001/07/22 03:31:54  lampret
// Fixed RAM's oen bug. Cache bypass under development.
//
// Revision 1.1  2001/07/20 00:46:21  lampret
// Development version of RTL. Libraries are missing.
//
//
 
// synopsys translate_off
`include "timescale.v"
// synopsys translate_on
`include "or1200_defines.v"
 
module or1200_rf(
	// Clock and reset
	clk, rst,
 
	// Write i/f
	supv, wb_freeze, addrw, dataw, addrw2, dataw2, we, we2, flushpipe,
 
	// Read i/f
	id_freeze, addra, addrb, dataa, datab, rda, rdb,
	           addra2,addrb2, dataa2, datab2, rda2, rdb2,
 
	// Debug
	spr_cs, spr_write, spr_addr, spr_dat_i, spr_dat_o
);
 
parameter dw = 32; //`OR1200_OPERAND_WIDTH;
parameter aw = 5; // `OR1200_REGFILE_ADDR_WIDTH;
 
//
// I/O
//
 
//
// Clock and reset
//
input				clk;
input				rst;
 
//
// Write i/f
//
input				supv;
input				wb_freeze;
input	[aw-1:0]		addrw;
input	[dw-1:0]		dataw;
input				we;
input				flushpipe;
 
 
 
// bviyer: replicated the write port to two. One problem here we can face is that
// if two insturctions write the same register then we will have some biggie
// problems...but this is something that the compiler should take care of it. 
input [aw-1:0]			addrw2;
input [dw-1:0]			dataw2;
input				we2;
//
// Read i/f
//
input				id_freeze;
input	[aw-1:0]		addra;
input	[aw-1:0]		addrb;
output	[dw-1:0]		dataa;
output	[dw-1:0]		datab;
input				rda;
input				rdb;
 
// bviyer: replicated the address and output ports to hold two values to the register file.
 
input [aw-1:0]			addra2;
input [aw-1:0]			addrb2;
output [dw-1:0]			dataa2;
output [dw-1:0]			datab2;
input 				rda2;
input				rdb2;	
 
 
 
//
// SPR access for debugging purposes
//
input				spr_cs;
input				spr_write;
input	[31:0]			spr_addr;
input	[31:0]			spr_dat_i;
output	[31:0]			spr_dat_o;
 
//
// Internal wires and regs
//
wire	[dw-1:0]		from_rfa;
wire	[dw-1:0]		from_rfb;
reg	[dw:0]			dataa_saved;
reg	[dw:0]			datab_saved;
wire	[aw-1:0]		rf_addra;
wire	[aw-1:0]		rf_addrw;
wire	[dw-1:0]		rf_dataw;
wire				rf_we;
wire				spr_valid;
wire				rf_ena;
wire				rf_enb;
reg				rf_we_allow;
 
// bviyer: replicating the temporary registers and wires to hold the temporary values
 
wire	[dw-1:0]		from_rfa2;
wire	[dw-1:0]		from_rfb2;
reg	[dw:0]			dataa_saved2;
reg	[dw:0]			datab_saved2;
wire	[aw-1:0]		rf_addra2;
wire	[aw-1:0]		rf_addrw2;
wire	[dw-1:0]		rf_dataw2;
wire				rf_we2;
wire				rf_ena2;
wire				rf_enb2;
reg				rf_we_allow2;
 
 
//
// SPR access is valid when spr_cs is asserted and
// SPR address matches GPR addresses
//
assign spr_valid = spr_cs & (spr_addr[10:5] == `OR1200_SPR_RF);
 
//
// SPR data output is always from RF A
//
// bviyer: one thing I am assuming is that teh data to be written to the
// special purpose register will never be put in the 2nd slot of the VLIW
assign spr_dat_o = from_rfa;
 
//
// Operand A comes from RF or from saved A register
//
assign dataa = (dataa_saved[32]) ? dataa_saved[31:0] : from_rfa;
assign dataa2 = (dataa_saved2[32]) ? dataa_saved2[31:0] : from_rfa2;
 
//
// Operand B comes from RF or from saved B register
//
assign datab = (datab_saved[32]) ? datab_saved[31:0] : from_rfb;
assign datab2 = (datab_saved2[32]) ? datab_saved2[31:0] : from_rfb2;
 
//
// RF A read address is either from SPRS or normal from CPU control
//
assign rf_addra = (spr_valid & !spr_write) ? spr_addr[4:0] : addra;
assign rf_addra2 = (spr_valid & !spr_write) ? spr_addr[4:0] : addra2;
 
//
// RF write address is either from SPRS or normal from CPU control
//
assign rf_addrw = (spr_valid & spr_write) ? spr_addr[4:0] : addrw;
assign rf_addrw2 = (spr_valid & spr_write) ? spr_addr[4:0] : addrw2;
 
//
// RF write data is either from SPRS or normal from CPU datapath
//
assign rf_dataw = (spr_valid & spr_write) ? spr_dat_i : dataw;
 
// bviyer
assign rf_dataw2 = (spr_valid & spr_write) ? spr_dat_i : dataw2;
 
//
// RF write enable is either from SPRS or normal from CPU control
//
always @(posedge rst or posedge clk)
	if (rst)
		rf_we_allow <=  1'b1;
	else if (~wb_freeze)
		rf_we_allow <=  ~flushpipe;
 
assign rf_we = ((spr_valid & spr_write) | (we & ~wb_freeze)) & rf_we_allow & (supv | (|rf_addrw));
 
// bviyer
assign rf_we2 = ((spr_valid & spr_write) | (we2 & ~wb_freeze)) & rf_we_allow & (supv | (|rf_addrw2));
 
//
// CS RF A asserted when instruction reads operand A and ID stage
// is not stalled
//
assign rf_ena = rda & ~id_freeze | spr_valid;	// probably works with fixed binutils
// assign rf_ena = 1'b1;			// does not work with single-stepping
//assign rf_ena = ~id_freeze | spr_valid;	// works with broken binutils 
 
 
// bviyer
assign rf_ena2 = rda2 & ~id_freeze | spr_valid;	
//
// CS RF B asserted when instruction reads operand B and ID stage
// is not stalled
//
assign rf_enb = rdb & ~id_freeze | spr_valid;
 
// bviyer
assign rf_enb2 = rdb2 & ~id_freeze | spr_valid;
// assign rf_enb = 1'b1;
//assign rf_enb = ~id_freeze | spr_valid;	// works with broken binutils 
 
//
// Stores operand from RF_A into temp reg when pipeline is frozen
//
always @(posedge clk or posedge rst)
	if (rst) begin
		dataa_saved <=  33'b0;
	end
	else if (id_freeze & !dataa_saved[32]) begin
		dataa_saved <=  {1'b1, from_rfa};
	end
	else if (!id_freeze)
		dataa_saved <=  33'b0;
 
//
// Stores operand from RF_B into temp reg when pipeline is frozen
//
always @(posedge clk or posedge rst)
	if (rst) begin
		datab_saved <=  33'b0;
	end
	else if (id_freeze & !datab_saved[32]) begin
		datab_saved <=  {1'b1, from_rfb};
	end
	else if (!id_freeze)
		datab_saved <=  33'b0;
 
 
 
//
// Stores operand from RF_A into temp reg when pipeline is frozen
//
always @(posedge clk or posedge rst)
	if (rst) begin
		dataa_saved2 <=  33'b0;
	end
	else if (id_freeze & !dataa_saved[32]) begin
		dataa_saved2 <=  {1'b1, from_rfa2};
	end
	else if (!id_freeze)
		dataa_saved2 <=  33'b0;
 
//
// Stores operand from RF_B into temp reg when pipeline is frozen
//
always @(posedge clk or posedge rst)
	if (rst) begin
		datab_saved2 <=  33'b0;
	end
	else if (id_freeze & !datab_saved[32]) begin
		datab_saved2 <=  {1'b1, from_rfb2};
	end
	else if (!id_freeze)
		datab_saved2 <=  33'b0;
 
 
`ifdef OR1200_RFRAM_TWOPORT
 
//
// Instantiation of register file two-port RAM A
//
or1200_tpram_32x32 rf_a(
	// Port A
	.clk_a(clk),
	.rst_a(rst),
	.ce_a(rf_ena),
	.we_a(1'b0),
	.oe_a(1'b1),
	.addr_a(rf_addra),
	.di_a(32'h0000_0000),
	.do_a(from_rfa),
 
	// Port B
	.clk_b(clk),
	.rst_b(rst),
	.ce_b(rf_we),
	.we_b(rf_we),
	.oe_b(1'b0),
	.addr_b(rf_addrw),
	.di_b(rf_dataw),
	.do_b()
);
 
//
// Instantiation of register file two-port RAM B
//
or1200_tpram_32x32 rf_b(
	// Port A
	.clk_a(clk),
	.rst_a(rst),
	.ce_a(rf_enb),
	.we_a(1'b0),
	.oe_a(1'b1),
	.addr_a(addrb),
	.di_a(32'h0000_0000),
	.do_a(from_rfb),
 
	// Port B
	.clk_b(clk),
	.rst_b(rst),
	.ce_b(rf_we),
	.we_b(rf_we),
	.oe_b(1'b0),
	.addr_b(rf_addrw),
	.di_b(rf_dataw),
	.do_b()
);
 
//
// Instantiation of register file two-port RAM A
//
or1200_tpram_32x32 rf_a2(
	// Port A
	.clk_a(clk),
	.rst_a(rst),
	.ce_a(rf_ena2),
	.we_a(1'b0),
	.oe_a(1'b1),
	.addr_a(rf_addra2),
	.di_a(32'h0000_0000),
	.do_a(from_rfa2),
 
	// Port B
	.clk_b(clk),
	.rst_b(rst),
	.ce_b(rf_we2),
	.we_b(rf_we2),
	.oe_b(1'b0),
	.addr_b(rf_addrw2),
	.di_b(rf_dataw2),
	.do_b()
);
 
//
// Instantiation of register file two-port RAM B
//
or1200_tpram_32x32 rf_b2(
	// Port A
	.clk_a(clk),
	.rst_a(rst),
	.ce_a(rf_enb2),
	.we_a(1'b0),
	.oe_a(1'b1),
	.addr_a(addrb2),
	.di_a(32'h0000_0000),
	.do_a(from_rfb2),
 
	// Port B
	.clk_b(clk),
	.rst_b(rst),
	.ce_b(rf_we2),
	.we_b(rf_we2),
	.oe_b(1'b0),
	.addr_b(rf_addrw2),
	.di_b(rf_dataw2),
	.do_b()
);
 
`else
 
`ifdef OR1200_RFRAM_DUALPORT
 
//
// Instantiation of register file two-port RAM A
//
or1200_dpram_32x32 rf_a(
	// Port A
	.clk_a(clk),
	.rst_a(rst),
	.ce_a(rf_ena),
	.oe_a(1'b1),
	.addr_a(rf_addra),
	.do_a(from_rfa),
 
	// Port B
	.clk_b(clk),
	.rst_b(rst),
	.ce_b(rf_we),
	.we_b(rf_we),
	.addr_b(rf_addrw),
	.di_b(rf_dataw)
);
 
//
// Instantiation of register file two-port RAM B
//
or1200_dpram_32x32 rf_b(
	// Port A
	.clk_a(clk),
	.rst_a(rst),
	.ce_a(rf_enb),
	.oe_a(1'b1),
	.addr_a(addrb),
	.do_a(from_rfb),
 
	// Port B
	.clk_b(clk),
	.rst_b(rst),
	.ce_b(rf_we),
	.we_b(rf_we),
	.addr_b(rf_addrw),
	.di_b(rf_dataw)
);
 
 
 
// bviyer: I guess the way the implemented the register is by using ram, so what
// I m doing is that I am replicating the ram pieces to hold additional read and writes
//
// Instantiation of register file two-port RAM A
//
or1200_dpram_32x32 rf_a2(
	// Port A
	.clk_a(clk),
	.rst_a(rst),
	.ce_a(rf_ena2),
	.oe_a(1'b1),
	.addr_a(rf_addra2),
	.do_a(from_rfa2),
 
	// Port B
	.clk_b(clk),
	.rst_b(rst),
	.ce_b(rf_we2),
	.we_b(rf_we2),
	.addr_b(rf_addrw2),
	.di_b(rf_dataw2)
);
 
//
// Instantiation of register file two-port RAM B
//
or1200_dpram_32x32 rf_b2(
	// Port A
	.clk_a(clk),
	.rst_a(rst),
	.ce_a(rf_enb2),
	.oe_a(1'b1),
	.addr_a(addrb2),
	.do_a(from_rfb2),
 
	// Port B
	.clk_b(clk),
	.rst_b(rst),
	.ce_b(rf_we2),
	.we_b(rf_we2),
	.addr_b(rf_addrw2),
	.di_b(rf_dataw2)
);
 
`else
 
`ifdef OR1200_RFRAM_GENERIC
 
 
//
// Instantiation of generic (flip-flop based) register file
//
or1200_rfram_generic rf_a(
	// Clock and reset
	.clk(clk),
	.rst(rst),
 
	// Port A
	.ce_a(rf_ena),
	.addr_a(addra),
	.do_a(from_rfa),
 
	// Port B
	.ce_b(rf_enb),
	.addr_b(rf_addrb),
	.do_b(from_rfb),
 
	// Port W
	.ce_w(rf_we),
	.we_w(rf_we),
	.addr_w(rf_addrw),
	.di_w(rf_dataw)
);
 
or1200_rfram_generic rf_a2(
	// Clock and reset
	.clk(clk),
	.rst(rst),
 
	// Port A
	.ce_a(rf_ena2),
	.addr_a(addra2),
	.do_a(from_rfa2),
 
	// Port B
	.ce_b(rf_enb2),
	.addr_b(rf_addrb2),
	.do_b(from_rfb2),
 
	// Port W
	.ce_w(rf_we2),
	.we_w(rf_we2),
	.addr_w(rf_addrw2),
	.di_w(rf_dataw2)
);
 
`else
 
//
// RFRAM type not specified
//
initial begin
	$display("Define RFRAM type.");
	$finish;
end
 
`endif
`endif
`endif
 
endmodule
 
/* WHY WHY WHY!!
`else
 
`ifdef OR1200_RFRAM_GENERIC
 
//
// Instantiation of generic (flip-flop based) register file
//
or1200_rfram_generic rf_a(
	// Clock and reset
	.clk(clk),
	.rst(rst),
 
	// Port A
	.ce_a(rf_ena),
	.addr_a(rf_addra),
	.do_a(from_rfa),
 
	// Port B
	.ce_b(rf_enb),
	.addr_b(addrb),
	.do_b(from_rfb),
 
	// Port W
	.ce_w(rf_we),
	.we_w(rf_we),
	.addr_w(rf_addrw),
	.di_w(rf_dataw)
);
 
`else
 
//
// RFRAM type not specified
//
initial begin
	$display("Define RFRAM type.");
	$finish;
end
 
`endif
`endif
`endif
 
endmodule
*/
 

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