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Date: Sat, 23 Mar 2019 00:17:36 +0100
From: Stefan Agner <stefan@...er.ch>
To: "Jason A. Donenfeld" <Jason@...c4.com>
Cc: linux-crypto@...r.kernel.org, linux-kernel@...r.kernel.org,
 netdev@...r.kernel.org, Andy Polyakov <appro@...nssl.org>, Eric Biggers
 <ebiggers@...gle.com>, Russell King <linux@...linux.org.uk>,
 linux-arm-kernel@...ts.infradead.org, Samuel Neves <sneves@....uc.pt>,
 Jean-Philippe Aumasson <jeanphilippe.aumasson@...il.com>, Andy Lutomirski
 <luto@...nel.org>, Greg KH <gregkh@...uxfoundation.org>, Andrew Morton
 <akpm@...ux-foundation.org>, Linus Torvalds <torvalds@...ux-foundation.org>,
 kernel-hardening@...ts.openwall.com, linux-kernel-owner@...r.kernel.org
Subject: Re: [PATCH net-next v9 05/19] zinc: ChaCha20 ARM and ARM64
 implementations

Hi Jason,


I gave this a try with some prelineary patches to enable the integrated
assembler for ARM32, and caught a small issue:

On 22.03.2019 08:11, Jason A. Donenfeld wrote:
> These ARM implementations come from Andy Polyakov's implementation, as
> well as an ultra-fast unrolled scalar version optimized for ARMv7 from
> Eric Biggers, which performs well on platforms with slow NEON like
> Cortex A7 and A5.
> 
> This commit delivers approximately the same or much better performance than
> the existing crypto API's code and has been measured to do as such on:
> 
>   - ARM1176JZF-S [ARMv6]
>   - Cortex-A7    [ARMv7]
>   - Cortex-A8    [ARMv7]
>   - Cortex-A9    [ARMv7]
>   - Cortex-A17   [ARMv7]
>   - Cortex-A53   [ARMv8]
>   - Cortex-A55   [ARMv8]
>   - Cortex-A73   [ARMv8]
>   - Cortex-A75   [ARMv8]
> 
> Interestingly, Andy Polyakov's scalar code is slower than Eric Biggers',
> but is also significantly shorter. This has the advantage that it does
> not evict other code from L1 cache -- particularly on ARM11 chips -- and
> so in certain circumstances it can actually be faster. However, it wasn't
> found that this had an affect on any code existing in the kernel today.
> 
> While this is CRYPTOGAMS code, the originating code for this happens to
> be the same as OpenSSL's commit 9925a82146f2503b4dd11423d0eba649b43450c0
> 
> Signed-off-by: Jason A. Donenfeld <Jason@...c4.com>
> Co-authored-by: Andy Polyakov <appro@...nssl.org>
> Co-authored-by: Eric Biggers <ebiggers@...gle.com>
> Cc: Andy Polyakov <appro@...nssl.org>
> Cc: Russell King <linux@...linux.org.uk>
> Cc: linux-arm-kernel@...ts.infradead.org
> Cc: Samuel Neves <sneves@....uc.pt>
> Cc: Jean-Philippe Aumasson <jeanphilippe.aumasson@...il.com>
> Cc: Andy Lutomirski <luto@...nel.org>
> Cc: Greg KH <gregkh@...uxfoundation.org>
> Cc: Andrew Morton <akpm@...ux-foundation.org>
> Cc: Linus Torvalds <torvalds@...ux-foundation.org>
> Cc: kernel-hardening@...ts.openwall.com
> Cc: linux-crypto@...r.kernel.org
> ---
>  lib/zinc/Makefile                         |    4 +-
>  lib/zinc/chacha20/chacha20-arm-glue.c     |   98 ++
>  lib/zinc/chacha20/chacha20-arm.pl         | 1227 +++++++++++++++++++++
>  lib/zinc/chacha20/chacha20-arm64.pl       | 1163 +++++++++++++++++++
>  lib/zinc/chacha20/chacha20-unrolled-arm.S |  461 ++++++++
>  lib/zinc/chacha20/chacha20.c              |    2 +
>  6 files changed, 2954 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-)
>  create mode 100644 lib/zinc/chacha20/chacha20-arm-glue.c
>  create mode 100644 lib/zinc/chacha20/chacha20-arm.pl
>  create mode 100644 lib/zinc/chacha20/chacha20-arm64.pl
>  create mode 100644 lib/zinc/chacha20/chacha20-unrolled-arm.S
> 

<snip>

> diff --git a/lib/zinc/chacha20/chacha20-unrolled-arm.S
> b/lib/zinc/chacha20/chacha20-unrolled-arm.S
> new file mode 100644
> index 000000000000..2140319b64a0
> --- /dev/null
> +++ b/lib/zinc/chacha20/chacha20-unrolled-arm.S
> @@ -0,0 +1,461 @@
> +/* SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0 */
> +/*
> + * Copyright (C) 2018 Google, Inc.
> + */
> +
> +#include <linux/linkage.h>
> +#include <asm/assembler.h>
> +
> +/*
> + * Design notes:
> + *
> + * 16 registers would be needed to hold the state matrix, but only 14 are
> + * available because 'sp' and 'pc' cannot be used.  So we spill the elements
> + * (x8, x9) to the stack and swap them out with (x10, x11).  This adds one
> + * 'ldrd' and one 'strd' instruction per round.
> + *
> + * All rotates are performed using the implicit rotate operand accepted by the
> + * 'add' and 'eor' instructions.  This is faster than using explicit rotate
> + * instructions.  To make this work, we allow the values in the second and last
> + * rows of the ChaCha state matrix (rows 'b' and 'd') to temporarily have the
> + * wrong rotation amount.  The rotation amount is then fixed up just in time
> + * when the values are used.  'brot' is the number of bits the values
> in row 'b'
> + * need to be rotated right to arrive at the correct values, and 'drot'
> + * similarly for row 'd'.  (brot, drot) start out as (0, 0) but we make it such
> + * that they end up as (25, 24) after every round.
> + */
> +
> +	// ChaCha state registers
> +	X0	.req	r0
> +	X1	.req	r1
> +	X2	.req	r2
> +	X3	.req	r3
> +	X4	.req	r4
> +	X5	.req	r5
> +	X6	.req	r6
> +	X7	.req	r7
> +	X8_X10	.req	r8	// shared by x8 and x10
> +	X9_X11	.req	r9	// shared by x9 and x11
> +	X12	.req	r10
> +	X13	.req	r11
> +	X14	.req	r12
> +	X15	.req	r14
> +
> +.Lexpand_32byte_k:
> +	// "expand 32-byte k"
> +	.word	0x61707865, 0x3320646e, 0x79622d32, 0x6b206574
> +
> +#ifdef __thumb2__
> +#  define adrl adr
> +#endif

It seems that Clang does not like adrl.

lib/zinc/chacha20/chacha20-unrolled-arm.S:415:2: error: invalid
instruction, did you mean: adr?
 adrl X3, .Lexpand_32byte_k
 ^
make[3]: *** [scripts/Makefile.build:369:
lib/zinc/chacha20/chacha20-unrolled-arm.o] Error 1
make[2]: *** [scripts/Makefile.build:489: lib/zinc] Error 2
make[1]: *** [/home/sag/projects/linux/Makefile:1045: lib] Error 2
make[1]: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....

We probably should use
#if defined(__thumb2__) || defined(__clang__)
here?

All other ARM32 assembly assembled fine with the integrated assembler!
Also nothing really concerning as there are still plenty of other issues
with using the integrated assembler to build ARM32 Linux.

--
Stefan

> +
> +.macro __rev		out, in,  t0, t1, t2
> +.if __LINUX_ARM_ARCH__ >= 6
> +	rev		\out, \in
> +.else
> +	lsl		\t0, \in, #24
> +	and		\t1, \in, #0xff00
> +	and		\t2, \in, #0xff0000
> +	orr		\out, \t0, \in, lsr #24
> +	orr		\out, \out, \t1, lsl #8
> +	orr		\out, \out, \t2, lsr #8
> +.endif
> +.endm
> +
> +.macro _le32_bswap	x,  t0, t1, t2
> +#ifdef __ARMEB__
> +	__rev		\x, \x,  \t0, \t1, \t2
> +#endif
> +.endm
> +
> +.macro _le32_bswap_4x	a, b, c, d,  t0, t1, t2
> +	_le32_bswap	\a,  \t0, \t1, \t2
> +	_le32_bswap	\b,  \t0, \t1, \t2
> +	_le32_bswap	\c,  \t0, \t1, \t2
> +	_le32_bswap	\d,  \t0, \t1, \t2
> +.endm
> +
> +.macro __ldrd		a, b, src, offset
> +#if __LINUX_ARM_ARCH__ >= 6
> +	ldrd		\a, \b, [\src, #\offset]
> +#else
> +	ldr		\a, [\src, #\offset]
> +	ldr		\b, [\src, #\offset + 4]
> +#endif
> +.endm
> +
> +.macro __strd		a, b, dst, offset
> +#if __LINUX_ARM_ARCH__ >= 6
> +	strd		\a, \b, [\dst, #\offset]
> +#else
> +	str		\a, [\dst, #\offset]
> +	str		\b, [\dst, #\offset + 4]
> +#endif
> +.endm
> +
> +.macro _halfround	a1, b1, c1, d1,  a2, b2, c2, d2
> +
> +	// a += b; d ^= a; d = rol(d, 16);
> +	add		\a1, \a1, \b1, ror #brot
> +	add		\a2, \a2, \b2, ror #brot
> +	eor		\d1, \a1, \d1, ror #drot
> +	eor		\d2, \a2, \d2, ror #drot
> +	// drot == 32 - 16 == 16
> +
> +	// c += d; b ^= c; b = rol(b, 12);
> +	add		\c1, \c1, \d1, ror #16
> +	add		\c2, \c2, \d2, ror #16
> +	eor		\b1, \c1, \b1, ror #brot
> +	eor		\b2, \c2, \b2, ror #brot
> +	// brot == 32 - 12 == 20
> +
> +	// a += b; d ^= a; d = rol(d, 8);
> +	add		\a1, \a1, \b1, ror #20
> +	add		\a2, \a2, \b2, ror #20
> +	eor		\d1, \a1, \d1, ror #16
> +	eor		\d2, \a2, \d2, ror #16
> +	// drot == 32 - 8 == 24
> +
> +	// c += d; b ^= c; b = rol(b, 7);
> +	add		\c1, \c1, \d1, ror #24
> +	add		\c2, \c2, \d2, ror #24
> +	eor		\b1, \c1, \b1, ror #20
> +	eor		\b2, \c2, \b2, ror #20
> +	// brot == 32 - 7 == 25
> +.endm
> +
> +.macro _doubleround
> +
> +	// column round
> +
> +	// quarterrounds: (x0, x4, x8, x12) and (x1, x5, x9, x13)
> +	_halfround	X0, X4, X8_X10, X12,  X1, X5, X9_X11, X13
> +
> +	// save (x8, x9); restore (x10, x11)
> +	__strd		X8_X10, X9_X11, sp, 0
> +	__ldrd		X8_X10, X9_X11, sp, 8
> +
> +	// quarterrounds: (x2, x6, x10, x14) and (x3, x7, x11, x15)
> +	_halfround	X2, X6, X8_X10, X14,  X3, X7, X9_X11, X15
> +
> +	.set brot, 25
> +	.set drot, 24
> +
> +	// diagonal round
> +
> +	// quarterrounds: (x0, x5, x10, x15) and (x1, x6, x11, x12)
> +	_halfround	X0, X5, X8_X10, X15,  X1, X6, X9_X11, X12
> +
> +	// save (x10, x11); restore (x8, x9)
> +	__strd		X8_X10, X9_X11, sp, 8
> +	__ldrd		X8_X10, X9_X11, sp, 0
> +
> +	// quarterrounds: (x2, x7, x8, x13) and (x3, x4, x9, x14)
> +	_halfround	X2, X7, X8_X10, X13,  X3, X4, X9_X11, X14
> +.endm
> +
> +.macro _chacha_permute	nrounds
> +	.set brot, 0
> +	.set drot, 0
> +	.rept \nrounds / 2
> +	 _doubleround
> +	.endr
> +.endm
> +
> +.macro _chacha		nrounds
> +
> +.Lnext_block\@:
> +	// Stack: unused0-unused1 x10-x11 x0-x15 OUT IN LEN
> +	// Registers contain x0-x9,x12-x15.
> +
> +	// Do the core ChaCha permutation to update x0-x15.
> +	_chacha_permute	\nrounds
> +
> +	add		sp, #8
> +	// Stack: x10-x11 orig_x0-orig_x15 OUT IN LEN
> +	// Registers contain x0-x9,x12-x15.
> +	// x4-x7 are rotated by 'brot'; x12-x15 are rotated by 'drot'.
> +
> +	// Free up some registers (r8-r12,r14) by pushing (x8-x9,x12-x15).
> +	push		{X8_X10, X9_X11, X12, X13, X14, X15}
> +
> +	// Load (OUT, IN, LEN).
> +	ldr		r14, [sp, #96]
> +	ldr		r12, [sp, #100]
> +	ldr		r11, [sp, #104]
> +
> +	orr		r10, r14, r12
> +
> +	// Use slow path if fewer than 64 bytes remain.
> +	cmp		r11, #64
> +	blt		.Lxor_slowpath\@
> +
> +	// Use slow path if IN and/or OUT isn't 4-byte aligned.  Needed even on
> +	// ARMv6+, since ldmia and stmia (used below) still require alignment.
> +	tst		r10, #3
> +	bne		.Lxor_slowpath\@
> +
> +	// Fast path: XOR 64 bytes of aligned data.
> +
> +	// Stack: x8-x9 x12-x15 x10-x11 orig_x0-orig_x15 OUT IN LEN
> +	// Registers: r0-r7 are x0-x7; r8-r11 are free; r12 is IN; r14 is OUT.
> +	// x4-x7 are rotated by 'brot'; x12-x15 are rotated by 'drot'.
> +
> +	// x0-x3
> +	__ldrd		r8, r9, sp, 32
> +	__ldrd		r10, r11, sp, 40
> +	add		X0, X0, r8
> +	add		X1, X1, r9
> +	add		X2, X2, r10
> +	add		X3, X3, r11
> +	_le32_bswap_4x	X0, X1, X2, X3,  r8, r9, r10
> +	ldmia		r12!, {r8-r11}
> +	eor		X0, X0, r8
> +	eor		X1, X1, r9
> +	eor		X2, X2, r10
> +	eor		X3, X3, r11
> +	stmia		r14!, {X0-X3}
> +
> +	// x4-x7
> +	__ldrd		r8, r9, sp, 48
> +	__ldrd		r10, r11, sp, 56
> +	add		X4, r8, X4, ror #brot
> +	add		X5, r9, X5, ror #brot
> +	ldmia		r12!, {X0-X3}
> +	add		X6, r10, X6, ror #brot
> +	add		X7, r11, X7, ror #brot
> +	_le32_bswap_4x	X4, X5, X6, X7,  r8, r9, r10
> +	eor		X4, X4, X0
> +	eor		X5, X5, X1
> +	eor		X6, X6, X2
> +	eor		X7, X7, X3
> +	stmia		r14!, {X4-X7}
> +
> +	// x8-x15
> +	pop		{r0-r7}			// (x8-x9,x12-x15,x10-x11)
> +	__ldrd		r8, r9, sp, 32
> +	__ldrd		r10, r11, sp, 40
> +	add		r0, r0, r8		// x8
> +	add		r1, r1, r9		// x9
> +	add		r6, r6, r10		// x10
> +	add		r7, r7, r11		// x11
> +	_le32_bswap_4x	r0, r1, r6, r7,  r8, r9, r10
> +	ldmia		r12!, {r8-r11}
> +	eor		r0, r0, r8		// x8
> +	eor		r1, r1, r9		// x9
> +	eor		r6, r6, r10		// x10
> +	eor		r7, r7, r11		// x11
> +	stmia		r14!, {r0,r1,r6,r7}
> +	ldmia		r12!, {r0,r1,r6,r7}
> +	__ldrd		r8, r9, sp, 48
> +	__ldrd		r10, r11, sp, 56
> +	add		r2, r8, r2, ror #drot	// x12
> +	add		r3, r9, r3, ror #drot	// x13
> +	add		r4, r10, r4, ror #drot	// x14
> +	add		r5, r11, r5, ror #drot	// x15
> +	_le32_bswap_4x	r2, r3, r4, r5,  r9, r10, r11
> +	  ldr		r9, [sp, #72]		// load LEN
> +	eor		r2, r2, r0		// x12
> +	eor		r3, r3, r1		// x13
> +	eor		r4, r4, r6		// x14
> +	eor		r5, r5, r7		// x15
> +	  subs		r9, #64			// decrement and check LEN
> +	stmia		r14!, {r2-r5}
> +
> +	beq		.Ldone\@
> +
> +.Lprepare_for_next_block\@:
> +
> +	// Stack: x0-x15 OUT IN LEN
> +
> +	// Increment block counter (x12)
> +	add		r8, #1
> +
> +	// Store updated (OUT, IN, LEN)
> +	str		r14, [sp, #64]
> +	str		r12, [sp, #68]
> +	str		r9, [sp, #72]
> +
> +	  mov		r14, sp
> +
> +	// Store updated block counter (x12)
> +	str		r8, [sp, #48]
> +
> +	  sub		sp, #16
> +
> +	// Reload state and do next block
> +	ldmia		r14!, {r0-r11}		// load x0-x11
> +	__strd		r10, r11, sp, 8		// store x10-x11 before state
> +	ldmia		r14, {r10-r12,r14}	// load x12-x15
> +	b		.Lnext_block\@
> +
> +.Lxor_slowpath\@:
> +	// Slow path: < 64 bytes remaining, or unaligned input or output buffer.
> +	// We handle it by storing the 64 bytes of keystream to the stack, then
> +	// XOR-ing the needed portion with the data.
> +
> +	// Allocate keystream buffer
> +	sub		sp, #64
> +	mov		r14, sp
> +
> +	// Stack: ks0-ks15 x8-x9 x12-x15 x10-x11 orig_x0-orig_x15 OUT IN LEN
> +	// Registers: r0-r7 are x0-x7; r8-r11 are free; r12 is IN; r14 is &ks0.
> +	// x4-x7 are rotated by 'brot'; x12-x15 are rotated by 'drot'.
> +
> +	// Save keystream for x0-x3
> +	__ldrd		r8, r9, sp, 96
> +	__ldrd		r10, r11, sp, 104
> +	add		X0, X0, r8
> +	add		X1, X1, r9
> +	add		X2, X2, r10
> +	add		X3, X3, r11
> +	_le32_bswap_4x	X0, X1, X2, X3,  r8, r9, r10
> +	stmia		r14!, {X0-X3}
> +
> +	// Save keystream for x4-x7
> +	__ldrd		r8, r9, sp, 112
> +	__ldrd		r10, r11, sp, 120
> +	add		X4, r8, X4, ror #brot
> +	add		X5, r9, X5, ror #brot
> +	add		X6, r10, X6, ror #brot
> +	add		X7, r11, X7, ror #brot
> +	_le32_bswap_4x	X4, X5, X6, X7,  r8, r9, r10
> +	  add		r8, sp, #64
> +	stmia		r14!, {X4-X7}
> +
> +	// Save keystream for x8-x15
> +	ldm		r8, {r0-r7}		// (x8-x9,x12-x15,x10-x11)
> +	__ldrd		r8, r9, sp, 128
> +	__ldrd		r10, r11, sp, 136
> +	add		r0, r0, r8		// x8
> +	add		r1, r1, r9		// x9
> +	add		r6, r6, r10		// x10
> +	add		r7, r7, r11		// x11
> +	_le32_bswap_4x	r0, r1, r6, r7,  r8, r9, r10
> +	stmia		r14!, {r0,r1,r6,r7}
> +	__ldrd		r8, r9, sp, 144
> +	__ldrd		r10, r11, sp, 152
> +	add		r2, r8, r2, ror #drot	// x12
> +	add		r3, r9, r3, ror #drot	// x13
> +	add		r4, r10, r4, ror #drot	// x14
> +	add		r5, r11, r5, ror #drot	// x15
> +	_le32_bswap_4x	r2, r3, r4, r5,  r9, r10, r11
> +	stmia		r14, {r2-r5}
> +
> +	// Stack: ks0-ks15 unused0-unused7 x0-x15 OUT IN LEN
> +	// Registers: r8 is block counter, r12 is IN.
> +
> +	ldr		r9, [sp, #168]		// LEN
> +	ldr		r14, [sp, #160]		// OUT
> +	cmp		r9, #64
> +	  mov		r0, sp
> +	movle		r1, r9
> +	movgt		r1, #64
> +	// r1 is number of bytes to XOR, in range [1, 64]
> +
> +.if __LINUX_ARM_ARCH__ < 6
> +	orr		r2, r12, r14
> +	tst		r2, #3			// IN or OUT misaligned?
> +	bne		.Lxor_next_byte\@
> +.endif
> +
> +	// XOR a word at a time
> +.rept 16
> +	subs		r1, #4
> +	blt		.Lxor_words_done\@
> +	ldr		r2, [r12], #4
> +	ldr		r3, [r0], #4
> +	eor		r2, r2, r3
> +	str		r2, [r14], #4
> +.endr
> +	b		.Lxor_slowpath_done\@
> +.Lxor_words_done\@:
> +	ands		r1, r1, #3
> +	beq		.Lxor_slowpath_done\@
> +
> +	// XOR a byte at a time
> +.Lxor_next_byte\@:
> +	ldrb		r2, [r12], #1
> +	ldrb		r3, [r0], #1
> +	eor		r2, r2, r3
> +	strb		r2, [r14], #1
> +	subs		r1, #1
> +	bne		.Lxor_next_byte\@
> +
> +.Lxor_slowpath_done\@:
> +	subs		r9, #64
> +	add		sp, #96
> +	bgt		.Lprepare_for_next_block\@
> +
> +.Ldone\@:
> +.endm	// _chacha
> +
> +/*
> + * void chacha20_arm(u8 *out, const u8 *in, size_t len, const u32 key[8],
> + *		     const u32 iv[4]);
> + */
> +ENTRY(chacha20_arm)
> +	cmp		r2, #0			// len == 0?
> +	reteq		lr
> +
> +	push		{r0-r2,r4-r11,lr}
> +
> +	// Push state x0-x15 onto stack.
> +	// Also store an extra copy of x10-x11 just before the state.
> +
> +	ldr		r4, [sp, #48]		// iv
> +	mov		r0, sp
> +	sub		sp, #80
> +
> +	// iv: x12-x15
> +	ldm		r4, {X12,X13,X14,X15}
> +	stmdb		r0!, {X12,X13,X14,X15}
> +
> +	// key: x4-x11
> +	__ldrd		X8_X10, X9_X11, r3, 24
> +	__strd		X8_X10, X9_X11, sp, 8
> +	stmdb		r0!, {X8_X10, X9_X11}
> +	ldm		r3, {X4-X9_X11}
> +	stmdb		r0!, {X4-X9_X11}
> +
> +	// constants: x0-x3
> +	adrl		X3, .Lexpand_32byte_k
> +	ldm		X3, {X0-X3}
> +	__strd		X0, X1, sp, 16
> +	__strd		X2, X3, sp, 24
> +
> +	_chacha		20
> +
> +	add		sp, #76
> +	pop		{r4-r11, pc}
> +ENDPROC(chacha20_arm)
> +
> +/*
> + * void hchacha20_arm(const u32 state[16], u32 out[8]);
> + */
> +ENTRY(hchacha20_arm)
> +	push		{r1,r4-r11,lr}
> +
> +	mov		r14, r0
> +	ldmia		r14!, {r0-r11}		// load x0-x11
> +	push		{r10-r11}		// store x10-x11 to stack
> +	ldm		r14, {r10-r12,r14}	// load x12-x15
> +	sub		sp, #8
> +
> +	_chacha_permute	20
> +
> +	// Skip over (unused0-unused1, x10-x11)
> +	add		sp, #16
> +
> +	// Fix up rotations of x12-x15
> +	ror		X12, X12, #drot
> +	ror		X13, X13, #drot
> +	  pop		{r4}			// load 'out'
> +	ror		X14, X14, #drot
> +	ror		X15, X15, #drot
> +
> +	// Store (x0-x3,x12-x15) to 'out'
> +	stm		r4, {X0,X1,X2,X3,X12,X13,X14,X15}
> +
> +	pop		{r4-r11,pc}
> +ENDPROC(hchacha20_arm)
> diff --git a/lib/zinc/chacha20/chacha20.c b/lib/zinc/chacha20/chacha20.c
> index b47aefd65e80..d4e6316eb5a3 100644
> --- a/lib/zinc/chacha20/chacha20.c
> +++ b/lib/zinc/chacha20/chacha20.c
> @@ -18,6 +18,8 @@
>  
>  #if defined(CONFIG_ZINC_ARCH_X86_64)
>  #include "chacha20-x86_64-glue.c"
> +#elif defined(CONFIG_ZINC_ARCH_ARM) || defined(CONFIG_ZINC_ARCH_ARM64)
> +#include "chacha20-arm-glue.c"
>  #else
>  static bool *const chacha20_nobs[] __initconst = { };
>  static void __init chacha20_fpu_init(void)

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