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The NEW version of MaciASL 1.4 b270 / ?ова? вер?и? MaciASL 1.4 b270

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Intel ACPI tools. The NEW version 20151124 compiled by me from original sources. Use iasl compiler with your MaciASL, DSDTSE or another editor (or Terminal).
To update your DSDTSE, simply right click on DSDTSE --> Show contents, drag'n'drop iasl into --> Contents --> Resources. Another editors have mostly the same way.
For MaciASL simply drag iasl to Contents --> MacOS and rename it to iasl5 (or iasl6 for MaciASL 1.4 b270+ builds)

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For Terminal: simply copy all the utilities to /usr/local/bin. Then type in Terminal iasl [space] [keys separated with spaces] [space] and then drag'n'drop needed files to the Terminal's window.
Or type cd [space] then drag'n'drop origin folder (press F4 in Clover's GUI) [Enter], then simply type needed command, like this:

iasl -da -dl SSDT*.aml DSDT.aml// or if there are only DSDT and SSDTs in origin folder (w/o APIC, FADT, HPET, etc.), then type:iasl -da -dl *.aml


Intel ACPI тулзы. ?ова? вер?и? 20151124 ?компилирована мною из оригинальных ?ырцов. Дл? и?пользовани? ? ДСДТ редактором MaciASL, DSDTSE или другим (или Терминалом).
Ин?талим ?юда: Открываем правой кнопкой по "любимому" редактору --> показать ?одержимое пакета --> Contents --> Resources --> перета?киваем драг-н-дропом на ?ту папку файл iasl, на замену ?оглашаем??. Имеем ?вежий компайлер.
Дл? MaciASL перета?киваем в подпапку Contents --> MacOS и даем ему им? iasl5 (или iasl6 дл? ?овременных билдов MaciASL 1.4 b270+ )

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Дл? Терминала: копируем в?е утилиты в папку /usr/local/bin. Затем в терминале набираем iasl [пробел] [ключи через пробел] [пробел] и перета?киваем на окно Терминала требуемые файлы.
Либо набираем cd [пробел] и перета?киваем папку origin (?н?тую в ГУИ Кловера по F4) [Enter], затем набираем требуемую команду, например:

iasl -da -dl SSDT*.aml DSDT.aml// или е?ли в папке origin только таблицы DSDT и SSDTs (без о?тальных APIC, FADT HPET и т.д.), то:iasl -da -dl *.aml


Major tools and utilities:

  • iASL - ACPI Source Language Compiler, ACPI Table Compiler, and AML Disassembler
  • AcpiExec - Load ACPI tables and execute control methods from user space
  • AcpiDump - Obtain system ACPI tables and save in ASCII hex format
  • AcpiXtract - Extract binary ACPI tables from an ASCII acpidump
  • AcpiHelp - Help utility for ASL operators, AML opcodes, and ACPI Predefined Names

Miscellaneous utilities:
  • AcpiNames - Example utility that loads and displays the ACPI namespace
  • AcpiSrc - Convert ACPICA code to Linux format
  • AcpiBin - Miscellaneous manipulation of binary ACPI tables

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iASL HELP:

Intel ACPI Component ArchitectureASL+ Optimizing Compiler version 20151124-64Copyright (c) 2000 - 2015 Intel CorporationSupports ACPI Specification Revision 6.0Usage: iasl [Options] [Files]Options:General:  -@ <file>         Specify command file  -I <dir>          Specify additional include directory  -T <sig>|ALL|*    Create table template file for ACPI <Sig>  -p <prefix>       Specify path/filename prefix for all output files  -v                Display compiler version  -vo               Enable optimization comments  -vs               Disable signonHelp:  -h                This message  -hc               Display operators allowed in constant expressions  -hf               Display help for output filename generation  -hr               Display ACPI reserved method names  -ht               Display currently supported ACPI table namesPreprocessor:  -D <symbol>       Define symbol for preprocessor use  -li               Create preprocessed output file (*.i)  -P                Preprocess only and create preprocessor output file (*.i)  -Pn               Disable preprocessorErrors, Warnings, and Remarks:  -va               Disable all errors/warnings/remarks  -ve               Report only errors (ignore warnings and remarks)  -vi               Less verbose errors and warnings for use with IDEs  -vr               Disable remarks  -vw <messageid>   Disable specific warning or remark  -w1 -w2 -w3       Set warning reporting level  -we               Report warnings as errorsAML Code Generation (*.aml):  -oa               Disable all optimizations (compatibility mode)  -of               Disable constant folding  -oi               Disable integer optimization to Zero/One/Ones  -on               Disable named reference string optimization  -ot               Disable typechecking  -cr               Disable Resource Descriptor error checking  -in               Ignore NoOp operators  -r <revision>     Override table header Revision (1-255)Optional Source Code Output Files:  -sc -sa           Create source file in C or assembler (*.c or *.asm)  -ic -ia           Create include file in C or assembler (*.h or *.inc)  -tc -ta -ts       Create hex AML table in C, assembler, or ASL (*.hex)  -so               Create offset table in C (*.offset.h)Optional Listing Files:  -l                Create mixed listing file (ASL source and AML) (*.lst)  -lm               Create hardware summary map file (*.map)  -ln               Create namespace file (*.nsp)  -ls               Create combined source file (expanded includes) (*.src)Data Table Compiler:  -G                Compile custom table that contains generic operators  -vt               Create verbose template files (full disassembly)AML Disassembler:  -d  <f1 f2 ...>   Disassemble or decode binary ACPI tables to file (*.dsl)                      (Optional, file type is automatically detected)  -da <f1 f2 ...>   Disassemble multiple tables from single namespace  -db               Do not translate Buffers to Resource Templates  -dc <f1 f2 ...>   Disassemble AML and immediately compile it                      (Obtain DSDT from current system if no input file)  -df               Force disassembler to assume table contains valid AML  -dl               Emit legacy ASL code only (no C-style operators)  -e  <f1 f2 ...>   Include ACPI table(s) for external symbol resolution  -fe <file>        Specify external symbol declaration file  -in               Ignore NoOp opcodes  -l                Disassemble to mixed ASL and AML code  -vt               Dump binary table data in hex format within output fileDebug Options:  -bf               Create debug file (full output) (*.txt)  -bs               Create debug file (parse tree only) (*.txt)  -bp <depth>       Prune ASL parse tree  -bt <type>        Object type to be pruned from the parse tree  -f                Ignore errors, force creation of AML output file(s)  -m <size>         Set internal line buffer size (in Kbytes)  -n                Parse only, no output generation  -oc               Display compile times and statistics  -x <level>        Set debug level for trace output  -z                Do not insert new compiler ID for DataTables



ACPISpec ver. 6.0 / ACPI Спецификации 6.0

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ACPI Spec ver. 5.1 / ACPI ?пецификации вер?ии 5.1
ACPISPec ver. 5.1 Errata A / ACPI ?пецификации 5.1 И?правлени? ?

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Attension / Внимание ::


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Simple replacement of iasl compiler (iasl --> iasl5) in MacIASL leads to an empty Summary window, the bottom line shows correctly number of the errors / warnings / remarks, but the screen remains blank and errors addresses hard to find. This is the MacIASL's bug, not the compiler's.

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Про?та? замена компайлера iasl (iasl --> iasl5) в MacIASL ведет к пу?тому выхлопу окна Summary, то е?ть количе?тво ошибок / предупреждений / ремарок в нижней ?троке показывает корректно, но окно о?тает?? пу?тым и адре?а ошибок найти ?ложно. Это баг ?амого MacIASL, а не компил?тора.
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IMPORTANT / В?Ж?О :
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To have a correctly disassembled DSL file w/o unexpected errors, you need to use the Terminal to decompile AML binaries. If you have a modern platform and more than 1 SSDT in your ACPI, you need to decompile all of them correctly. To decompile only DSDT.aml use -e key (to decompile in legacy ASL code mode you have to add -dl key instead of -d ) :

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Чтобы получить корректно диза??емблированный DSL файл без непредвиденных ошибок декомпил?ции, нужно и?пользовать терминал дл? декомпил?ции бинарников. Е?ли вы владеете ?овременной платформой и ?реди ACPI таблиц при?ут?твует более 1 SSDT, необходимо их корректно декомпилировать. Чтобы декомпилировать только DSDT, и?пользуйте ключ -e: (дл? ра?паковки в лега?и код ASL вме?то ключа -d надо и?пользовать новый ключ -dl ) :

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New ASL+ decompile: / Декомпайл ASL+:

iasl -e SSDT*.aml -d DSDT.amliasl -e /@full_path@/SSDT*.aml -d /@full_path@/DSDT.aml


Legacy ASL decompile / Декомпайл ASL лега?и:

iasl -e SSDT*.aml -dl DSDT.amliasl -e /@full_path@/SSDT*.aml -dl /@full_path@/DSDT.aml


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To decompile all DSDT & SSDTs use -da key / Чтобы декомпилировать в?е DSDT и SSDT таблицы, и?пользуйте ключ -da:

iasl -da DSDT.aml SSDT*.amliasl -da -dl DSDT.aml SSDT*.aml

iasl -da /@full_path@/DSDT.aml /@full_path@/SSDT*.amliasl -da -dl /@full_path@/SSDT*.aml /@full_path@/DSDT.aml


Also add reference file ref.txt with unresolved External Methods and Argument count for each. Use -fe key:
Также можно добавить дополнительный реф.файл ref.txt c перечи?лением в?е еще нера?познанных методов и количе?тво ?ргументов дл? каждого. И?пользуйте ключ -fe:
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External (MDBG, MethodObj, 1) // <<<--- Unresolved Method with allocated Arguments count (text file ref.txt)

iasl -fe ref.txt -e SSDT*.aml -dl DSDT.amliasl -fe /@full_path@/ref.txt -e /@full_path@/SSDT*.aml -d /@full_path@/DSDT.amliasl -fe /@full_path@/ref.txt -e /@full_path@/SSDT*.aml -dl /@full_path@/DSDT.amliasl -fe /@full_path@/ref.txt -da -dl /@full_path@/SSDT*.aml /@full_path@/DSDT.aml


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The command in the Terminal should be like this (with full paths of the files):
Команда в Терминале будет выгл?деть так (? полными пут?ми к файлам):

0:~ steve$ /Volumes/2\ UNIT\ 2T/MAC\ OS\ X\ \&\ HACK/ACPI/iASL_MAC/acpica-unix-20150619/iasl_20150619_64/iasl -fe /Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/ref.txt -e /Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/SSDT*.aml -dl /Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/DSDT.aml


After pressing the Return key you should see something like this. It means that all of SSDTs were connected to parsing (but this example shows that not all Externals were resolved).
По?ле нажати? клавиши Return вы увидите что-то наподобие ?того. Это означает, что в?е ССДТ таблицы были прикреплены к пар?ингу (но в ?том примере не были ра?познаны в?е External методы).

Intel ACPI Component ArchitectureASL+ Optimizing Compiler version 20150619-64Copyright (c) 2000 - 2015 Intel CorporationReading ACPI table from file /Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/DSDT.aml - Length 00081138 (0x013CF2)ACPI: DSDT 0x0000000000000000 013CF2 (v02 _ASUS_ Notebook 00000012 INTL 20120711)Acpi table [DSDT] successfully installed and loadedReading ACPI table from file /Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/SSDT-9.aml - Length 00006602 (0x0019CA)ACPI: SSDT 0x0000000000000000 0019CA (v01 OptRef OptTabl  00001000 INTL 20120711)Acpi table [SSDT] successfully installed and loadedPass 1 parse of [SSDT]Pass 2 parse of [SSDT]Reading ACPI table from file /Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/SSDT-8.aml - Length 00006531 (0x001983)ACPI: SSDT 0x0000000000000000 001983 (v01 SgRef  SgPeg    00001000 INTL 20120711)Acpi table [SSDT] successfully installed and loadedPass 1 parse of [SSDT]Pass 2 parse of [SSDT]Reading ACPI table from file /Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/SSDT-7.aml - Length 00017729 (0x004541)ACPI: SSDT 0x0000000000000000 004541 (v01 SaSsdt SaSsdt   00003000 INTL 20091112)Acpi table [SSDT] successfully installed and loadedPass 1 parse of [SSDT]Pass 2 parse of [SSDT]Reading ACPI table from file /Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/SSDT-6.aml - Length 00000664 (0x000298)ACPI: SSDT 0x0000000000000000 000298 (v01 SataRe SataTabl 00001000 INTL 20120711)Acpi table [SSDT] successfully installed and loadedPass 1 parse of [SSDT]Pass 2 parse of [SSDT]Reading ACPI table from file /Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/SSDT-5x.aml - Length 00000281 (0x000119)ACPI: SSDT 0x0000000000000000 000119 (v01 PmRef  ApCst    00003000 INTL 20120711)Acpi table [SSDT] successfully installed and loadedPass 1 parse of [SSDT]Pass 2 parse of [SSDT]Reading ACPI table from file /Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/SSDT-4x.aml - Length 00000979 (0x0003D3)ACPI: SSDT 0x0000000000000000 0003D3 (v01 PmRef  Cpu0Cst  00003001 INTL 20120711)Acpi table [SSDT] successfully installed and loadedPass 1 parse of [SSDT]Pass 2 parse of [SSDT]Reading ACPI table from file /Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/SSDT-3x.aml - Length 00001450 (0x0005AA)ACPI: SSDT 0x0000000000000000 0005AA (v01 PmRef  ApIst    00003000 INTL 20120711)Acpi table [SSDT] successfully installed and loadedPass 1 parse of [SSDT]Pass 2 parse of [SSDT]Reading ACPI table from file /Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/SSDT-2.aml - Length 00002776 (0x000AD8)ACPI: SSDT 0x0000000000000000 000AD8 (v01 PmRef  CpuPm    00003000 INTL 20120711)Acpi table [SSDT] successfully installed and loadedPass 1 parse of [SSDT]Pass 2 parse of [SSDT]Reading ACPI table from file /Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/SSDT-1.aml - Length 00001337 (0x000539)ACPI: SSDT 0x0000000000000000 000539 (v01 PmRef  Cpu0Ist  00003000 INTL 20120711)Acpi table [SSDT] successfully installed and loadedPass 1 parse of [SSDT]Pass 2 parse of [SSDT]Reading ACPI table from file /Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/SSDT-0.aml - Length 00000413 (0x00019D)ACPI: SSDT 0x0000000000000000 00019D (v01 Intel  zpodd    00001000 INTL 20120711)Acpi table [SSDT] successfully installed and loadedPass 1 parse of [SSDT]Pass 2 parse of [SSDT]/Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/ref.txt: Importing method external (1 arguments) MDBG/Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/ref.txt: Importing method external (4 arguments) _SB_.PCI0.GFX0._DSM/Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/ref.txt: Imported 2 external method definitionsPass 1 parse of [DSDT]Pass 2 parse of [DSDT]Parsing Deferred Opcodes (Methods/Buffers/Packages/Regions)Parsing completedFound 31 external control methods, reparsing with new informationPass 1 parse of [DSDT]Pass 2 parse of [DSDT]Parsing Deferred Opcodes (Methods/Buffers/Packages/Regions)Parsing completedDisassembly completedASL Output:    /Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/DSDT.dsl - 748426 bytesiASL Warning: There were 31 external control methods found duringdisassembly, but only 25 were resolved (6 unresolved). AdditionalACPI tables may be required to properly disassemble the code. Theresulting disassembler output file may not compile because thedisassembler did not know how many arguments to assign to theunresolved methods. Note: SSDTs can be dynamically loaded atruntime and may or may not be available via the host OS.If necessary, the -fe option can be used to specify a file containingcontrol method external declarations with the associated methodargument counts. Each line of the file must be of the form:    External (<method pathname>, MethodObj, <argument count>)Invocation:    iasl -fe refs.txt -d dsdt.aml



Here is an example how disassembler parses the Externals. / Вот пример, как диза??емблер пар?ит External методы.

    External (_SB_.PCI0.PAUD.PUAM, MethodObj)    // Warning: Unresolved method, guessing 0 arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.RP05.PEGP.EPON, MethodObj)    // Warning: Unresolved method, guessing 0 arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.XHC_.DUAM, MethodObj)    // Warning: Unresolved method, guessing 0 arguments    External (_SB_.TPM_.PTS_, MethodObj)    // Warning: Unresolved method, guessing 1 arguments    External (PS0X, MethodObj)    // Warning: Unresolved method, guessing 0 arguments    External (PS3X, MethodObj)    // Warning: Unresolved method, guessing 0 arguments    /*     * External declarations that were imported from     * the reference file [/Volumes/Y/Users/stevebondaryan/Desktop/N551JM/origin/ref.txt]     */    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0._DSM, MethodObj)    // 4 Arguments    External (MDBG, MethodObj)    // 1 Arguments    External (_PR_.CPU0._PPC, IntObj)    External (_PR_.CPU0._PSS, PkgObj)    External (_SB_.IAOE.ECTM, UnknownObj)    External (_SB_.IAOE.FFSE, UnknownObj)    External (_SB_.IAOE.IBT1, UnknownObj)    External (_SB_.IAOE.ITMR, UnknownObj)    External (_SB_.IAOE.PTSL, UnknownObj)    External (_SB_.IAOE.RCTM, UnknownObj)    External (_SB_.IAOE.WKRS, UnknownObj)    External (_SB_.IFFS.FFSS, UnknownObj)    External (_SB_.PCCD, UnknownObj)    External (_SB_.PCCD.PENB, UnknownObj)    External (_SB_.PCI0.B0D3.ABAR, FieldUnitObj)    External (_SB_.PCI0.B0D3.BARA, IntObj)    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.ADVD, MethodObj)    // 0 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.AINT, MethodObj)    // 2 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.CBLV, FieldUnitObj)    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.CLID, FieldUnitObj)    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.DWBL, MethodObj)    // 0 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.GCBL, MethodObj)    // 1 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.GCDS, MethodObj)    // 0 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.GLID, MethodObj)    // 1 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.GSCI, MethodObj)    // 0 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.GSSE, FieldUnitObj)    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.LCDD._DCS, MethodObj)    // 0 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.NATK, MethodObj)    // 0 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.OPTS, MethodObj)    // 1 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.OWAK, MethodObj)    // 1 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.PRST, MethodObj)    // 0 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.STAT, FieldUnitObj)    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.SWHD, MethodObj)    // 1 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.TCHE, FieldUnitObj)    External (_SB_.PCI0.GFX0.UPBL, MethodObj)    // 0 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.PEG0, UnknownObj)    External (_SB_.PCI0.PEG0.HPME, MethodObj)    // 0 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.PEG0.PEGP, UnknownObj)    External (_SB_.PCI0.PEG0.PEGP.DWBL, MethodObj)    // 0 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.PEG0.PEGP.EPON, MethodObj)    // 0 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.PEG0.PEGP.LCDD._DCS, MethodObj)    // 0 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.PEG0.PEGP.NATK, MethodObj)    // 0 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.PEG0.PEGP.PRST, MethodObj)    // 0 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.PEG0.PEGP.UPBL, MethodObj)    // 0 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.PEG1, UnknownObj)    External (_SB_.PCI0.PEG1.HPME, MethodObj)    // 0 Arguments    External (_SB_.PCI0.PEG2, UnknownObj)    External (_SB_.PCI0.PEG2.HPME, MethodObj)    // 0 Arguments    External (GSMI, FieldUnitObj)    External (LIDS, FieldUnitObj)    External (PCCD, UnknownObj)    External (PDC0, IntObj)    External (PDC1, IntObj)    External (PDC2, IntObj)    External (PDC3, IntObj)    External (PDC4, IntObj)    External (PDC5, IntObj)    External (PDC6, IntObj)    External (PDC7, IntObj)    External (SGMD, FieldUnitObj)



And here you are a correctly disassembled Method ADBG, which refering to External Method MDBG with 1 Arg count
Вот пример корректно диза??емблированного метода ADBG, который ??ылает?? на External метод MDBG c 1 ?ргументом.

External (MDBG, MethodObj)    ...    Method (ADBG, 1, Serialized)    {        If (CondRefOf (MDBG))        {            MNIO (Arg0)            MNIO ("\n")            Return (MDBG (Arg0))  // MDBG is an External reference Method, but there is no such method in ACPI tables.        }        Return (Zero)    }



But without ref.txt parsing will be incorrect and compiler will return an error, like this:
?о без подключенного ref.txt файла пар?инг кода пройдет неправильно и компил?тор вернет ошибку компил?ции:

    External (MDBG, IntObj) // Here is an ERROR// ...    Method (ADBG, 1, Serialized)    {        If (CondRefOf (MDBG))        {            MNIO (Arg0)            MNIO ("\n")            Return (MDBG) // Here is an ERROR            Arg0          // Here is an ERROR        }        Return (Zero)    }



Here is an original SSDT with MDBG method, which was lost. / Вот SSDT таблица ? методом MDBG, котора? была утер?на:

DefinitionBlock ("MDBG.aml", "SSDT", 1, "Intel_", "ADebTabl", 0x00001000){    Scope (\)    {        Name (DPTR, 0x80000000)        Name (EPTR, 0x80000000)        Name (CPTR, 0x80000000)        Mutex (MMUT, 0x00)        Method (MDBG, 1, Serialized)        {            Store (Acquire (MMUT, 0x03E8), Local0)            If (LEqual (Local0, Zero))            {                OperationRegion (ABLK, SystemMemory, CPTR, 0x10)                Field (ABLK, ByteAcc, NoLock, Preserve)                {                    AAAA,   128                }                Store (Arg0, AAAA) /* \MDBG.AAAA */                Add (CPTR, 0x10, CPTR) /* \CPTR */                If (LGreaterEqual (CPTR, EPTR))                {                    Add (DPTR, 0x10, CPTR) /* \CPTR */                }                Release (MMUT)            }            Return (Local0)        }    }}



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And more: if you need to decompile your custom DSDT with your patches and if it still has many External Methods, you need to use all of the SSDTs this time too. If you deleted all of the Externals and those dependencies in the code, then no need to decompile with SSDTs and refs.

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В дополнение: е?ли вы решили декомпилировать ?вою ка?томную DSDT ? примененными патчами и в таблице в?е еще имеют?? в большом количе?тве External методы, в ?том ?лучае также требует?? и?пользовать терминал и включить в декомпил?цию в?е SSDT таблицы. Е?ли вы удалили в?е External методы ?о в?еми зави?имо?т?ми в коде, тогда не требует?? и?пользовать при декомпил?ции SSDT таблицы и реф.файлы.
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Changelog 20151124:

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24 November 2015. Summary of changes for version 20151124:

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1) ACPICA kernel-resident subsystem:

  • Fixed a possible regression for a previous update to FADT handling. The FADT no longer has a fixed table ID, causing some issues with code that was hardwired to a specific ID. Lv Zheng.
  • Fixed a problem where the method auto-serialization could interfere with the current SyncLevel. This change makes the auto-serialization support transparent to the SyncLevel support and management.
  • Removed support for the _SUB predefined name in AcpiGetObjectInfo. This interface is intended for early access to the namespace during the initial namespace device discovery walk. The _SUB method has been seen to access operation regions in some cases, causing errors because the operation regions are not fully initialized.
  • AML Debugger: Fixed some issues with the terminate/quit/exit commands that can cause faults. Lv Zheng.
  • AML Debugger: Add thread ID support so that single-step mode only applies to the AML Debugger thread. This prevents runtime errors within some kernels. Lv Zheng.
  • Eliminated extraneous warnings from AcpiGetSleepTypeData. Since the _Sx methods that are invoked by this interface are optional, removed warnings emitted for the case where one or more of these methods do not exist. ACPICA BZ 1208, original change by Prarit Bhargava.
  • Made a major pass through the entire ACPICA source code base to standardize formatting that has diverged a bit over time. There are no functional changes, but this will of course cause quite a few code differences from the previous ACPICA release.
  • Example Code and Data Size: These are the sizes for the OS-independent acpica.lib produced by the Microsoft Visual C++ 9.0 32-bit compiler. The debug version of the code includes the debug output trace mechanism and has a much larger code and data size.

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Current Release:
  • Non-Debug Version: 102.0K Code, 28.3K Data, 130.3K Total
  • Debug Version: 199.6K Code, 81.8K Data, 281.4K Total


Previous Release:

  • Non-Debug Version: 101.7K Code, 27.9K Data, 129.6K Total
  • Debug Version: 199.3K Code, 81.4K Data, 280.7K Total

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2) iASL Compiler/Disassembler and Tools:
  • iASL/acpiexec/acpixtract/disassembler: Added support to allow multiple definition blocks within a single ASL file and the resulting AML file. Support for this type of file was also added to the various tools that use binary AML files: acpiexec, acpixtract, and the AML disassembler. The example code below shows two definition blocks within the same file:

    DefinitionBlock ("dsdt.aml", "DSDT", 2, "Intel", "Template", 0x12345678)    {...}    DefinitionBlock ("", "SSDT", 2, "Intel", "Template", 0xABCDEF01)    {...}

  • iASL: Enhanced typechecking for the Name() operator. All expressions for the value of the named object must be reduced/folded to a single constant at compile time, as per the ACPI specification (the AML definition of Name()).
  • iASL: Fixed some code indentation issues for the -ic and -ia options (C and assembly headers). Now all emitted code correctly begins in column 1.
  • iASL: Added an error message for an attempt to open a Scope() on an object defined in an SSDT. The DSDT is always loaded into the namespace first, so any attempt to open a Scope on an SSDT object will fail at runtime.


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OLD CHANCHELOG:


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30 September 2015. Summary of changes for version 20150930:
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1) ACPICA kernel-resident subsystem:
  • Debugger: Implemented several changes and bug fixes to assist support for the in-kernel version of the AML debugger. Lv Zheng.
  • - Fix the "predefined" command for in-kernel debugger.
  • - Do not enter debug command loop for the help and version commands.
  • - Disallow "execute" command during execution/single-step of a method.

  • Interpreter: Updated runtime typechecking for all operators that have target operands. The operand is resolved and validated that it is legal. For example, the target cannot be a non-data object such as a Device, Mutex, ThermalZone, etc., as per the ACPI specification.
  • Debugger: Fixed the double-mutex user I/O handshake to work when local deadlock detection is enabled.
  • Debugger: limited display of method locals and arguments (LocalX and ArgX) to only those that have actually been initialized. This prevents lines of extraneous output.
  • Updated the definition of the NFIT table to correct the bit polarity of one flag: ACPI_NFIT_MEM_ARMED --> ACPI_NFIT_MEM_NOT_ARMED
  • Example Code and Data Size: These are the sizes for the OS-independent acpica.lib produced by the Microsoft Visual C++ 9.0 32-bit compiler. The debug version of the code includes the debug output trace mechanism and has a much larger code and data size.

Current Release:
  • Non-Debug Version: 101.7K Code, 27.9K Data, 129.6K Total
  • Debug Version: 199.3K Code, 81.4K Data, 280.7K Total


Previous Release:

  • Non-Debug Version: 101.3K Code, 27.7K Data, 129.0K Total
  • Debug Version: 198.6K Code, 80.9K Data, 279.5K Total

2) iASL Compiler/Disassembler and Tools:
  • iASL: Improved the compile-time typechecking for operands of many of the ASL operators:

  • -- Added an option to disable compiler operand/operator typechecking (-ot).
  • -- For the following operators, the TermArg operands are now validated when possible to be Integer data objects: BankField, OperationRegion, DataTableRegion, Buffer, and Package.
  • -- Store (Source, Target): Both the source and target operands are resolved and checked that the operands are both legal. For example, neither operand can be a non-data object such as a Device, Mutex, ThermalZone, etc. Note, as per the ACPI specification, the CopyObject operator can be used to store an object to any type of target object.
  • -- Store (Source, Target): If the source is a Package object, the target must be a Package object, LocalX, ArgX, or Debug. Likewise, if the target is a Package, the source must also be a Package.
  • -- Store (Source, Target): A warning is issued if the source and target resolve to the identical named object.
  • -- Store (Source, <method invocation>): An error is generated for the target method invocation, as this construct is not supported by the AML interpreter.
  • -- For all ASL math and logic operators, the target operand must be a data object (Integer, String, Buffer, LocalX, ArgX, or Debug). This includes the function return value also.
  • -- External declarations are also included in the typechecking where possible. External objects defined using the UnknownObj keyword cannot be typechecked, however.
  • iASL and Disassembler: Added symbolic (ASL+) support for the ASL Index operator:
  • - Legacy code: Index (PKG1, 3)
  • - New ASL+ code: PKG1 [3]
  • This completes the ACPI 6.0 ASL+ support as it was the only operator not supported.

  • iASL: Fixed the file suffix for the preprocessor output file (.i). Two spaces were inadvertently appended to the filename, causing file access and deletion problems on some systems.
  • ASL Test Suite (ASLTS): Updated the master makefile to generate all possible compiler output files when building the test suite -- thus exercising these features of the compiler. These files are automatically deleted when the test suite exits.

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18 August 2015. Summary of changes for version 20150818:
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1) ACPICA kernel-resident subsystem:
  • Fix a regression for AcpiGetTableByIndex interface causing it to fail. Lv Zheng. ACPICA BZ 1186.
  • Completed development to ensure that the ACPICA Disassembler and Debugger are fully standalone components of ACPICA. Removed cross-component dependences. Lv Zheng.
  • The max-number-of-AML-loops is now runtime configurable (previously was compile-time only). This is essentially a loop timeout to force-abort infinite AML loops. ACPCIA BZ 1192.
  • Debugger: Cleanup output to dump ACPI names and namepaths without any trailing underscores. Lv Zheng. ACPICA BZ 1135.
  • Removed unnecessary conditional compilations across the Debugger and Disassembler components where entire modules could be left uncompiled.
  • The aapits test is deprecated and has been removed from the ACPICA git tree. The test has never been completed and has not been maintained, thus becoming rather useless. ACPICA BZ 1015, 794.

  • A batch of small changes to close bugzilla and other reports:
  • - Remove duplicate code for _PLD processing. ACPICA BZ 1176.
  • - Correctly cleanup after a ACPI table load failure. ACPICA BZ 1185.
  • - iASL: Support POSIX yacc again in makefile. Jung-uk Kim.
  • - ACPI table support: general cleanup and simplification. Lv Zheng, Bob Moore.
  • - ACPI table support: fix for a buffer read overrun in AcpiTbFindTable. ACPICA BZ 1184.
  • - Enhance parameter validation for DataTableRegion and LoadTable ASL/AML operators.
  • - Debugger: Split debugger initialization/termination interfaces. Lv Zheng.
  • - AcpiExec: Emit OemTableId for SSDTs during the load phase for table identification.
  • - AcpiExec: Add debug message during _REG method phase during table load/init.
  • - AcpiNames: Fix a regression where some output was missing and no longer emitted.
  • - Debugger: General cleanup and simplification. Lv Zheng.
  • - Disassembler: Cleanup use of several global option variables. Lv Zheng.
  • Example Code and Data Size: These are the sizes for the OS-independent acpica.lib produced by the Microsoft Visual C++ 9.0 32-bit compiler. The debug version of the code includes the debug output trace mechanism and has a much larger code and data size.


Current Release:

  • Non-Debug Version: 101.3K Code, 27.7K Data, 129.0K Total
  • Debug Version: 198.6K Code, 80.9K Data, 279.5K Total

Previous Release:
  • Non-Debug Version: 100.9K Code, 24.5K Data, 125.4K Total
  • Debug Version: 197.8K Code, 81.5K Data, 279.3K Total


2) iASL Compiler/Disassembler and Tools:

  • AcpiExec: Fixed a problem where any more than 32 ACPI tables in the XSDT were not handled properly and caused load errors. Now, properly invoke and use the ACPICA auto-reallocate mechanism for ACPI table data structures. ACPICA BZ 1188
  • AcpiNames: Add command-line wildcard support for ACPI table files. ACPICA BZ 1190.
  • AcpiExec and AcpiNames: Add -l option to load ACPI tables only. For AcpiExec, this means that no control methods (like _REG/_INI/_STA) are executed during initialization. ACPICA BZ 1187, 1189.
  • iASL/Disassembler: Implemented a prototype "listing" mode that emits AML that corresponds to each disassembled ASL statement, to simplify debugging. ACPICA BZ 1191.
  • Debugger: Add option to the "objects" command to display a summary of the current namespace objects (Object type and count). This is displayed if the command is entered with no arguments.
  • AcpiNames: Add -x option to specify debug level, similar to AcpiExec.

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17 July 2015. Summary of changes for version 20150717:
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1) ACPICA kernel-resident subsystem:
  • Improved the partitioning between the Debugger and Disassembler components. This allows the Debugger to be used standalone within kernel code without the Disassembler (which is used for single stepping also). This renames and moves one file, dmobject.c to dbobject.c. Lv Zheng.
  • Debugger: Implemented a new command to trace the execution of control methods (Trace). This is especially useful for the in-kernel version of the debugger when file I/O may not be available for method trace output. See the ACPICA reference for more information. Lv Zheng.
  • Moved all C library prototypes (used for the local versions of these functions when requested) to a new header, acclib.hCleaned up the use of non-ANSI C library functions. These functions are implemented locally in ACPICA. Moved all such functions to a common source file, utnonansi.c
  • Debugger: Fixed a problem with the "!!" command (get last command executed) where the debugger could enter an infinite loop and eventually crash.
  • Removed the use of local macros that were used for some of the standard C library functions to automatically cast input parameters. This mostly affected the is* functions where the input parameter is defined to be an int. This required a few modifications to the main ACPICA source code to provide casting for these functions and eliminate possible compiler warnings for these parameters.
  • Across the source code, added additional status/error checking to resolve issues discovered by static source code analysis tools such as Coverity.
  • Example Code and Data Size: These are the sizes for the OS-independent acpica.lib produced by the Microsoft Visual C++ 9.0 32-bit compiler. The debug version of the code includes the debug output trace mechanism and has a much larger code and data size.


Current Release:

  • Non-Debug Version: 100.9K Code, 24.5K Data, 125.4K Total
  • Debug Version: 197.8K Code, 81.5K Data, 279.3K Total

Previous Release:
  • Non-Debug Version: 100.6K Code, 27.6K Data, 128.2K Total
  • Debug Version: 196.2K Code, 81.0K Data, 277.2K Total


2) iASL Compiler/Disassembler and Tools:

  • iASL: Fixed a regression where the device map file feature no longer worked properly when used in conjunction with the disassembler. It only worked properly with the compiler itself.
  • iASL: Implemented a new warning for method LocalX variables that are set but never used (similar to a C compiler such as gcc). This also applies to ArgX variables that are not defined by the parent method, and are instead (legally) used as local variables.
  • iASL/Preprocessor: Finished the pass-through of line numbers from the preprocessor to the compiler. This ensures that compiler errors/warnings have the correct original line numbers and filenames, regardless of any #include files.
  • iASL/Preprocessor: Fixed a couple of issues with comment handling and the pass-through of comments to the preprocessor output file (which becomes the compiler input file). Also fixed a problem with // comments that appear after a math expression.
  • iASL: Added support for the TCPA server table to the table compiler and template generator. (The client table was already previously supported)
  • iASL/Preprocessor: Added a permanent #define of the symbol "__IASL__" to identify the iASL compiler.

  • Cleaned up the use of the macros NEGATIVE and POSITIVE which were defined multiple times. The new names are ACPI_SIGN_NEGATIVE and ACPI_SIGN_POSITIVE.
  • AcpiHelp: Update to expand help messages for the iASL preprocessor directives.

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19 June 2015. Summary of changes for version 20150619:
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Two regressions in version 20150616 have been addressed:
  • Fixes some problems/issues with the C library macro removal (ACPI_STRLEN, etc.) This update changes ACPICA to only use the standard headers for functions, or the prototypes for the local versions of the C library functions. Across the source code, this required some additional casts for some Clib invocations for portability. Moved all local prototypes to a new file, acclib.h
  • Fixes several problems with recent changes to the handling of the FACS table that could cause some systems not to boot.


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16 June 2015. Summary of changes for version 20150616:

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1) ACPICA kernel-resident subsystem:

  • Across the entire ACPICA source code base, the various macros for the C library functions (such as ACPI_STRLEN, etc.) have been removed and replaced by the standard C library names (strlen, etc.) The original purpose for these macros is no longer applicable. This simplification reduces the number of macros used in the ACPICA source code significantly, improving readability and maintainability.
  • Implemented support for a new ACPI table, the OSDT. This table, the "override" SDT, can be loaded directly by the host OS at boot time. It enables the replacement of existing namespace objects that were installed via the DSDT and/or SSDTs. The primary purpose for this is to replace buggy or incorrect ASL/AML code obtained via the BIOS. The OSDT is slated for inclusion in a future version of the ACPI Specification. Lv Zheng/Bob Moore.
  • Added support for systems with (improperly) two FACS tables -- a "32-bit" table (via FADT 32-bit legacy field) and a "64-bit" table (via the 64-bit X field). This change will support both automatically. There continues to be systems found with this issue. This support requires a change to the AcpiSetFirmwareWakingVector interface. Also, a public global variable has been added to allow the host to select which FACS is desired (AcpiGbl_Use32BitFacsAddresses). See the ACPICA reference for more details Lv Zheng.
  • Added a new feature to allow for systems that do not contain an FACS. Although this is already supported on hardware-reduced platforms, the feature has been extended for all platforms. The reasoning is that we do not want to abort the entire ACPICA initialization just because the system is seriously buggy and has no FACS.
  • Fixed a problem where the GUID strings for NFIT tables (in acuuid.h) were not correctly transcribed from the ACPI specification in ACPICA version 20150515.
  • Implemented support for the _CLS object in the AcpiGetObjectInfo external interface.
  • Updated the definitions of the TCPA and TPM2 ACPI tables to the more recent TCG ACPI Specification, December 14, 2014. Table disassembler and compiler also updated. Note: The TCPA "server" table is not supported by the disassembler/table-compiler at this time.
  • ACPI 6.0: Added definitions for the new GIC version field in the MADT.
  • Example Code and Data Size: These are the sizes for the OS-independent acpica.lib produced by the Microsoft Visual C++ 9.0 32-bit compiler. The debug version of the code includes the debug output trace mechanism and has a much larger code and data size.

Current Release:
  • Non-Debug Version: 100.6K Code, 27.6K Data, 128.2K Total
  • Debug Version: 196.2K Code, 81.0K Data, 277.2K Total


Previous Release:

  • Non-Debug Version: 99.9K Code, 27.5K Data, 127.4K Total
  • Debug Version: 195.2K Code, 80.8K Data, 276.0K Total

2) iASL Compiler/Disassembler and Tools:
  • Disassembler: Fixed a problem with the new symbolic operator disassembler where incorrect ASL code could be emitted in some cases for the "non-commutative" operators -- Subtract, Divide, Modulo, ShiftLeft, and ShiftRight. The actual problem cases seem to be rather unusual in common ASL code, however. David Box.
  • Modified the linux version of acpidump to obtain ACPI tables from not just /dev/mem (which may not exist) and /sys/firmware/acpi/tables. Lv Zheng.
  • iASL: Fixed a problem where the user preprocessor output file (.i) contained extra data that was not expected. The compiler was using this file as a temporary file and passed through #line directives in order to keep compiler error messages in sync with the input file and line number across multiple include files. The (.i) is no longer a temporary file as the compiler uses a new, different file for the original purpose.
  • iASL: Fixed a problem where comments within the original ASL source code file were not passed through to the preprocessor output file, nor any listing files.
  • iASL: Fixed some issues for the handling of the "#include" preprocessor directive and the similar (but not the same) "Include" ASL operator.
  • iASL: Add support for the new OSDT in both the disassembler and compiler.
  • iASL: Fixed a problem with the constant folding support where a Buffer object could be incorrectly generated (incorrectly formed) during a conversion to a Store() operator.
  • AcpiHelp: Updated for new NFIT GUIDs, "External" AML opcode, and new description text for the _REV predefined name. _REV now permanently returns 2, as per the ACPI 6.0 specification.
  • Debugger: Enhanced the output of the Debug ASL object for references produced by the Index operator. For Buffers and strings, only output the actual byte pointed to by the index. For packages, only print the single package element decoded by the index. Previously, the entire buffer/string/package was emitted.
  • iASL/Table-compiler: Fixed a regression where the "generic" data types were no longer recognized, causing errors.


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08 April 2015. Summary of changes for version 20150515:

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This release implements most of ACPI 6.0 as described below.

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1) ACPICA kernel-resident subsystem:

  • Implemented runtime argument checking and return value checking for all new ACPI 6.0 predefined names. This includes: _BTH, _CR3, _DSD, _LPI, _MTL, _PRR, _RDI, _RST, _TFP, _TSN.
  • Example Code and Data Size: These are the sizes for the OS-independent acpica.lib produced by the Microsoft Visual C++ 9.0 32-bit compiler. The debug version of the code includes the debug output trace mechanism and has a much larger code and data size.

Current Release:
  • Non-Debug Version: 99.9K Code, 27.5K Data, 127.4K Total
  • Debug Version: 195.2K Code, 80.8K Data, 276.0K Total


Previous Release:

  • Non-Debug Version: 99.1K Code, 27.3K Data, 126.4K Total
  • Debug Version: 192.8K Code, 79.9K Data, 272.7K Total

2) iASL Compiler/Disassembler and Tools:
  • iASL compiler: Added compile-time support for all new ACPI 6.0 predefined names (argument count validation and return value typechecking.)
  • iASL disassembler and table compiler: implemented support for all new ACPI 6.0 tables. This includes: DRTM, IORT, LPIT, NFIT, STAO, WPBT, XENV.
  • iASL disassembler and table compiler: Added ACPI 6.0 changes to existing tables: FADT, MADT.
  • iASL preprocessor: Added a new directive to enable inclusion of binary blobs into ASL code. The new directive is #includebinary. It takes a binary file as input and emits a named ascii buffer object into the ASL code.
  • AcpiHelp: Added support for all new ACPI 6.0 predefined names.
  • AcpiHelp: Added a new option, -d, to display all iASL preprocessor directives.
  • AcpiHelp: Added a new option, -t, to display all known/supported ACPI tables.


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10 April 2015. Summary of changes for version 20150410:

  • Reverted a change introduced in version 20150408 that caused a regression in the disassembler where incorrect operator symbols could be emitted.

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08 April 2015. Summary of changes for version 20150408:
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1) ACPICA kernel-resident subsystem:
  • Permanently set the return value for the _REV predefined name. It now returns 2 (was 5). This matches other ACPI implementations. _REV will be deprecated in the future, and is now defined to be 1 for ACPI 1.0, and 2 for ACPI 2.0 and later. It should never be used to differentiate or identify operating systems.
  • Added the "Windows 2015" string to the _OSI support. ACPICA will now return TRUE to a query with this string.
  • Fixed several issues with the local version of the printf function.
  • Added the C99 compiler option (-std=c99) to the Unix makefiles.


Current Release:

  • Non-Debug Version: 99.9K Code, 27.4K Data, 127.3K Total
  • Debug Version: 195.2K Code, 80.7K Data, 275.9K

What's New in Version 20151124

Released

  • https://github.com/acpica/acpica/blob/master/documents/changes.txt



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