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## Subdirectories
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subdirs-y += amd
subdirs-y += dmp
subdirs-y += armltd
subdirs-y += intel
subdirs-y += samsung
subdirs-y += ti
subdirs-y += via
subdirs-y += x86
subdirs-$(CONFIG_CPU_QEMU_X86) += qemu-x86
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## Rules for building the microcode blob in CBFS
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# External microcode file, or are we generating one ?
ifeq ($(CONFIG_CPU_MICROCODE_CBFS_EXTERNAL), y)
cbfs-files-y += cpu_microcode_blob.bin
cpu_microcode_blob.bin-type = 0x53
cpu_microcode_blob.bin-file = $(call strip_quotes,$(CONFIG_CPU_MICROCODE_FILE))
endif
ifeq ($(CONFIG_CPU_MICROCODE_CBFS_GENERATE), y)
cbfs-files-y += cpu_microcode_blob.bin
cpu_microcode_blob.bin-type = 0x53
cpu_microcode_blob.bin-file = $(obj)/cpu_microcode_blob.bin
endif
# In case we have more than one "source" (cough) files containing microcode, we
# link them together in one large blob, so that we get all the microcode updates
# in one file. This makes it easier for objcopy in the final step.
# The --entry=0 is just here to suppress the LD warning. It does not affect the
# final microcode file.
$(obj)/cpu_microcode_blob.o: $$(cpu_microcode-objs)
@printf " LD $(subst $(obj)/,,$(@))\n"
$(LD) -static --entry=0 $< -o $@
# We have a lot of useless data in the large blob, and we are only interested in
# the data section, so we only copy that part to the final microcode file
$(obj)/cpu_microcode_blob.bin: $(obj)/cpu_microcode_blob.o
@printf " MICROCODE $(subst $(obj)/,,$(@))\n"
$(OBJCOPY) -j .data -O binary $< $@