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//===-- ConvertVariable.cpp -- bridge to lower to MLIR --------------------===//
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#include "flang/Lower/ConvertVariable.h"
#include "flang/Lower/AbstractConverter.h"
#include "flang/Lower/Allocatable.h"
#include "flang/Lower/BoxAnalyzer.h"
#include "flang/Lower/CallInterface.h"
#include "flang/Lower/ConvertConstant.h"
#include "flang/Lower/ConvertExpr.h"
#include "flang/Lower/ConvertExprToHLFIR.h"
#include "flang/Lower/ConvertProcedureDesignator.h"
#include "flang/Lower/Mangler.h"
#include "flang/Lower/PFTBuilder.h"
#include "flang/Lower/StatementContext.h"
#include "flang/Lower/Support/Utils.h"
#include "flang/Lower/SymbolMap.h"
#include "flang/Optimizer/Builder/Character.h"
#include "flang/Optimizer/Builder/FIRBuilder.h"
#include "flang/Optimizer/Builder/HLFIRTools.h"
#include "flang/Optimizer/Builder/IntrinsicCall.h"
#include "flang/Optimizer/Builder/Runtime/Derived.h"
#include "flang/Optimizer/Builder/Todo.h"
#include "flang/Optimizer/Dialect/FIRAttr.h"
#include "flang/Optimizer/Dialect/FIRDialect.h"
#include "flang/Optimizer/Dialect/FIROps.h"
#include "flang/Optimizer/Dialect/Support/FIRContext.h"
#include "flang/Optimizer/HLFIR/HLFIROps.h"
#include "flang/Optimizer/Support/FatalError.h"
#include "flang/Optimizer/Support/InternalNames.h"
#include "flang/Optimizer/Support/Utils.h"
#include "flang/Semantics/runtime-type-info.h"
#include "flang/Semantics/tools.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Debug.h"
#include <optional>
#define DEBUG_TYPE "flang-lower-variable"
/// Helper to lower a scalar expression using a specific symbol mapping.
static mlir::Value genScalarValue(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
mlir::Location loc,
const Fortran::lower::SomeExpr &expr,
Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap,
Fortran::lower::StatementContext &context) {
// This does not use the AbstractConverter member function to override the
// symbol mapping to be used expression lowering.
if (converter.getLoweringOptions().getLowerToHighLevelFIR()) {
hlfir::EntityWithAttributes loweredExpr =
Fortran::lower::convertExprToHLFIR(loc, converter, expr, symMap,
context);
return hlfir::loadTrivialScalar(loc, converter.getFirOpBuilder(),
loweredExpr);
}
return fir::getBase(Fortran::lower::createSomeExtendedExpression(
loc, converter, expr, symMap, context));
}
/// Does this variable have a default initialization?
static bool hasDefaultInitialization(const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym) {
if (sym.has<Fortran::semantics::ObjectEntityDetails>() && sym.size())
if (!Fortran::semantics::IsAllocatableOrPointer(sym))
if (const Fortran::semantics::DeclTypeSpec *declTypeSpec = sym.GetType())
if (const Fortran::semantics::DerivedTypeSpec *derivedTypeSpec =
declTypeSpec->AsDerived()) {
// Pointer assignments in the runtime may hit undefined behaviors if
// the RHS contains garbage. Pointer objects are always established by
// lowering to NULL() (in Fortran::lower::createMutableBox). However,
// pointer components need special care here so that local and global
// derived type containing pointers are always initialized.
// Intent(out), however, do not need to be initialized since the
// related descriptor storage comes from a local or global that has
// been initialized (it may not be NULL() anymore, but the rank, type,
// and non deferred length parameters are still correct in a
// conformant program, and that is what matters).
const bool ignorePointer = Fortran::semantics::IsIntentOut(sym);
return derivedTypeSpec->HasDefaultInitialization(
/*ignoreAllocatable=*/false, ignorePointer);
}
return false;
}
// Does this variable have a finalization?
static bool hasFinalization(const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym) {
if (sym.has<Fortran::semantics::ObjectEntityDetails>())
if (const Fortran::semantics::DeclTypeSpec *declTypeSpec = sym.GetType())
if (const Fortran::semantics::DerivedTypeSpec *derivedTypeSpec =
declTypeSpec->AsDerived())
return Fortran::semantics::IsFinalizable(*derivedTypeSpec);
return false;
}
// Does this variable have an allocatable direct component?
static bool
hasAllocatableDirectComponent(const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym) {
if (sym.has<Fortran::semantics::ObjectEntityDetails>())
if (const Fortran::semantics::DeclTypeSpec *declTypeSpec = sym.GetType())
if (const Fortran::semantics::DerivedTypeSpec *derivedTypeSpec =
declTypeSpec->AsDerived())
return Fortran::semantics::HasAllocatableDirectComponent(
*derivedTypeSpec);
return false;
}
//===----------------------------------------------------------------===//
// Global variables instantiation (not for alias and common)
//===----------------------------------------------------------------===//
/// Helper to generate expression value inside global initializer.
static fir::ExtendedValue
genInitializerExprValue(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
mlir::Location loc,
const Fortran::lower::SomeExpr &expr,
Fortran::lower::StatementContext &stmtCtx) {
// Data initializer are constant value and should not depend on other symbols
// given the front-end fold parameter references. In any case, the "current"
// map of the converter should not be used since it holds mapping to
// mlir::Value from another mlir region. If these value are used by accident
// in the initializer, this will lead to segfaults in mlir code.
Fortran::lower::SymMap emptyMap;
return Fortran::lower::createSomeInitializerExpression(loc, converter, expr,
emptyMap, stmtCtx);
}
/// Can this symbol constant be placed in read-only memory?
static bool isConstant(const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym) {
return sym.attrs().test(Fortran::semantics::Attr::PARAMETER) ||
sym.test(Fortran::semantics::Symbol::Flag::ReadOnly);
}
static fir::GlobalOp defineGlobal(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var,
llvm::StringRef globalName,
mlir::StringAttr linkage,
fir::CUDADataAttributeAttr cudaAttr = {});
static mlir::Location genLocation(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym) {
// Compiler generated name cannot be used as source location, their name
// is not pointing to the source files.
if (!sym.test(Fortran::semantics::Symbol::Flag::CompilerCreated))
return converter.genLocation(sym.name());
return converter.getCurrentLocation();
}
/// Create the global op declaration without any initializer
static fir::GlobalOp declareGlobal(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var,
llvm::StringRef globalName,
mlir::StringAttr linkage) {
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
if (fir::GlobalOp global = builder.getNamedGlobal(globalName))
return global;
// Always define linkonce data since it may be optimized out from the module
// that actually owns the variable if it does not refers to it.
if (linkage == builder.createLinkOnceODRLinkage() ||
linkage == builder.createLinkOnceLinkage())
return defineGlobal(converter, var, globalName, linkage);
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym = var.getSymbol();
mlir::Location loc = genLocation(converter, sym);
// Resolve potential host and module association before checking that this
// symbol is an object of a function pointer.
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &ultimate = sym.GetUltimate();
if (!ultimate.has<Fortran::semantics::ObjectEntityDetails>() &&
!Fortran::semantics::IsProcedurePointer(ultimate))
mlir::emitError(loc, "processing global declaration: symbol '")
<< toStringRef(sym.name()) << "' has unexpected details\n";
fir::CUDADataAttributeAttr cudaAttr =
Fortran::lower::translateSymbolCUDADataAttribute(
converter.getFirOpBuilder().getContext(), sym);
return builder.createGlobal(loc, converter.genType(var), globalName, linkage,
mlir::Attribute{}, isConstant(ultimate),
var.isTarget(), cudaAttr);
}
/// Temporary helper to catch todos in initial data target lowering.
static bool
hasDerivedTypeWithLengthParameters(const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym) {
if (const Fortran::semantics::DeclTypeSpec *declTy = sym.GetType())
if (const Fortran::semantics::DerivedTypeSpec *derived =
declTy->AsDerived())
return Fortran::semantics::CountLenParameters(*derived) > 0;
return false;
}
fir::ExtendedValue Fortran::lower::genExtAddrInInitializer(
Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter, mlir::Location loc,
const Fortran::lower::SomeExpr &addr) {
Fortran::lower::SymMap globalOpSymMap;
Fortran::lower::AggregateStoreMap storeMap;
Fortran::lower::StatementContext stmtCtx;
if (const Fortran::semantics::Symbol *sym =
Fortran::evaluate::GetFirstSymbol(addr)) {
// Length parameters processing will need care in global initializer
// context.
if (hasDerivedTypeWithLengthParameters(*sym))
TODO(loc, "initial-data-target with derived type length parameters");
auto var = Fortran::lower::pft::Variable(*sym, /*global=*/true);
Fortran::lower::instantiateVariable(converter, var, globalOpSymMap,
storeMap);
}
if (converter.getLoweringOptions().getLowerToHighLevelFIR())
return Fortran::lower::convertExprToAddress(loc, converter, addr,
globalOpSymMap, stmtCtx);
return Fortran::lower::createInitializerAddress(loc, converter, addr,
globalOpSymMap, stmtCtx);
}
/// create initial-data-target fir.box in a global initializer region.
mlir::Value Fortran::lower::genInitialDataTarget(
Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter, mlir::Location loc,
mlir::Type boxType, const Fortran::lower::SomeExpr &initialTarget,
bool couldBeInEquivalence) {
Fortran::lower::SymMap globalOpSymMap;
Fortran::lower::AggregateStoreMap storeMap;
Fortran::lower::StatementContext stmtCtx;
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
if (Fortran::evaluate::UnwrapExpr<Fortran::evaluate::NullPointer>(
initialTarget))
return fir::factory::createUnallocatedBox(
builder, loc, boxType,
/*nonDeferredParams=*/std::nullopt);
// Pointer initial data target, and NULL(mold).
for (const auto &sym : Fortran::evaluate::CollectSymbols(initialTarget)) {
// Derived type component symbols should not be instantiated as objects
// on their own.
if (sym->owner().IsDerivedType())
continue;
// Length parameters processing will need care in global initializer
// context.
if (hasDerivedTypeWithLengthParameters(sym))
TODO(loc, "initial-data-target with derived type length parameters");
auto var = Fortran::lower::pft::Variable(sym, /*global=*/true);
if (couldBeInEquivalence) {
auto dependentVariableList =
Fortran::lower::pft::getDependentVariableList(sym);
for (Fortran::lower::pft::Variable var : dependentVariableList) {
if (!var.isAggregateStore())
break;
instantiateVariable(converter, var, globalOpSymMap, storeMap);
}
var = dependentVariableList.back();
assert(var.getSymbol().name() == sym->name() &&
"missing symbol in dependence list");
}
Fortran::lower::instantiateVariable(converter, var, globalOpSymMap,
storeMap);
}
// Handle NULL(mold) as a special case. Return an unallocated box of MOLD
// type. The return box is correctly created as a fir.box<fir.ptr<T>> where
// T is extracted from the MOLD argument.
if (const Fortran::evaluate::ProcedureRef *procRef =
Fortran::evaluate::UnwrapProcedureRef(initialTarget)) {
const Fortran::evaluate::SpecificIntrinsic *intrinsic =
procRef->proc().GetSpecificIntrinsic();
if (intrinsic && intrinsic->name == "null") {
assert(procRef->arguments().size() == 1 &&
"Expecting mold argument for NULL intrinsic");
const auto *argExpr = procRef->arguments()[0].value().UnwrapExpr();
assert(argExpr);
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol *sym =
Fortran::evaluate::GetFirstSymbol(*argExpr);
assert(sym && "MOLD must be a pointer or allocatable symbol");
mlir::Type boxType = converter.genType(*sym);
mlir::Value box =
fir::factory::createUnallocatedBox(builder, loc, boxType, {});
return box;
}
}
mlir::Value targetBox;
mlir::Value targetShift;
if (converter.getLoweringOptions().getLowerToHighLevelFIR()) {
auto target = Fortran::lower::convertExprToBox(
loc, converter, initialTarget, globalOpSymMap, stmtCtx);
targetBox = fir::getBase(target);
targetShift = builder.createShape(loc, target);
} else {
if (initialTarget.Rank() > 0) {
auto target = Fortran::lower::createSomeArrayBox(converter, initialTarget,
globalOpSymMap, stmtCtx);
targetBox = fir::getBase(target);
targetShift = builder.createShape(loc, target);
} else {
fir::ExtendedValue addr = Fortran::lower::createInitializerAddress(
loc, converter, initialTarget, globalOpSymMap, stmtCtx);
targetBox = builder.createBox(loc, addr);
// Nothing to do for targetShift, the target is a scalar.
}
}
// The targetBox is a fir.box<T>, not a fir.box<fir.ptr<T>> as it should for
// pointers (this matters to get the POINTER attribute correctly inside the
// initial value of the descriptor).
// Create a fir.rebox to set the attribute correctly, and use targetShift
// to preserve the target lower bounds if any.
return builder.create<fir::ReboxOp>(loc, boxType, targetBox, targetShift,
/*slice=*/mlir::Value{});
}
/// Generate default initial value for a derived type object \p sym with mlir
/// type \p symTy.
static mlir::Value genDefaultInitializerValue(
Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter, mlir::Location loc,
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym, mlir::Type symTy,
Fortran::lower::StatementContext &stmtCtx);
/// Generate the initial value of a derived component \p component and insert
/// it into the derived type initial value \p insertInto of type \p recTy.
/// Return the new derived type initial value after the insertion.
static mlir::Value genComponentDefaultInit(
Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter, mlir::Location loc,
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &component, fir::RecordType recTy,
mlir::Value insertInto, Fortran::lower::StatementContext &stmtCtx) {
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
std::string name = converter.getRecordTypeFieldName(component);
mlir::Type componentTy = recTy.getType(name);
assert(componentTy && "component not found in type");
mlir::Value componentValue;
if (const auto *object{
component.detailsIf<Fortran::semantics::ObjectEntityDetails>()}) {
if (const auto &init = object->init()) {
// Component has explicit initialization.
if (Fortran::semantics::IsPointer(component))
// Initial data target.
componentValue =
genInitialDataTarget(converter, loc, componentTy, *init);
else
// Initial value.
componentValue = fir::getBase(
genInitializerExprValue(converter, loc, *init, stmtCtx));
} else if (Fortran::semantics::IsAllocatableOrPointer(component)) {
// Pointer or allocatable without initialization.
// Create deallocated/disassociated value.
// From a standard point of view, pointer without initialization do not
// need to be disassociated, but for sanity and simplicity, do it in
// global constructor since this has no runtime cost.
componentValue = fir::factory::createUnallocatedBox(
builder, loc, componentTy, std::nullopt);
} else if (hasDefaultInitialization(component)) {
// Component type has default initialization.
componentValue = genDefaultInitializerValue(converter, loc, component,
componentTy, stmtCtx);
} else {
// Component has no initial value. Set its bits to zero by extension
// to match what is expected because other compilers are doing it.
componentValue = builder.create<fir::ZeroOp>(loc, componentTy);
}
} else if (const auto *proc{
component
.detailsIf<Fortran::semantics::ProcEntityDetails>()}) {
if (proc->init().has_value())
TODO(loc, "procedure pointer component default initialization");
else
componentValue = builder.create<fir::ZeroOp>(loc, componentTy);
}
assert(componentValue && "must have been computed");
componentValue = builder.createConvert(loc, componentTy, componentValue);
auto fieldTy = fir::FieldType::get(recTy.getContext());
// FIXME: type parameters must come from the derived-type-spec
auto field = builder.create<fir::FieldIndexOp>(
loc, fieldTy, name, recTy,
/*typeParams=*/mlir::ValueRange{} /*TODO*/);
return builder.create<fir::InsertValueOp>(
loc, recTy, insertInto, componentValue,
builder.getArrayAttr(field.getAttributes()));
}
static mlir::Value genDefaultInitializerValue(
Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter, mlir::Location loc,
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym, mlir::Type symTy,
Fortran::lower::StatementContext &stmtCtx) {
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
mlir::Type scalarType = symTy;
fir::SequenceType sequenceType;
if (auto ty = symTy.dyn_cast<fir::SequenceType>()) {
sequenceType = ty;
scalarType = ty.getEleTy();
}
// Build a scalar default value of the symbol type, looping through the
// components to build each component initial value.
auto recTy = scalarType.cast<fir::RecordType>();
mlir::Value initialValue = builder.create<fir::UndefOp>(loc, scalarType);
const Fortran::semantics::DeclTypeSpec *declTy = sym.GetType();
assert(declTy && "var with default initialization must have a type");
if (converter.getLoweringOptions().getLowerToHighLevelFIR()) {
// In HLFIR, the parent type is the first component, while in FIR there is
// not parent component in the fir.type and the component of the parent are
// "inlined" at the beginning of the fir.type.
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &typeSymbol =
declTy->derivedTypeSpec().typeSymbol();
const Fortran::semantics::Scope *derivedScope =
declTy->derivedTypeSpec().GetScope();
assert(derivedScope && "failed to retrieve derived type scope");
for (const auto &componentName :
typeSymbol.get<Fortran::semantics::DerivedTypeDetails>()
.componentNames()) {
auto scopeIter = derivedScope->find(componentName);
assert(scopeIter != derivedScope->cend() &&
"failed to find derived type component symbol");
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &component = scopeIter->second.get();
initialValue = genComponentDefaultInit(converter, loc, component, recTy,
initialValue, stmtCtx);
}
} else {
Fortran::semantics::OrderedComponentIterator components(
declTy->derivedTypeSpec());
for (const auto &component : components) {
// Skip parent components, the sub-components of parent types are part of
// components and will be looped through right after.
if (component.test(Fortran::semantics::Symbol::Flag::ParentComp))
continue;
initialValue = genComponentDefaultInit(converter, loc, component, recTy,
initialValue, stmtCtx);
}
}
if (sequenceType) {
// For arrays, duplicate the scalar value to all elements with an
// fir.insert_range covering the whole array.
auto arrayInitialValue = builder.create<fir::UndefOp>(loc, sequenceType);
llvm::SmallVector<int64_t> rangeBounds;
for (int64_t extent : sequenceType.getShape()) {
if (extent == fir::SequenceType::getUnknownExtent())
TODO(loc,
"default initial value of array component with length parameters");
rangeBounds.push_back(0);
rangeBounds.push_back(extent - 1);
}
return builder.create<fir::InsertOnRangeOp>(
loc, sequenceType, arrayInitialValue, initialValue,
builder.getIndexVectorAttr(rangeBounds));
}
return initialValue;
}
/// Does this global already have an initializer ?
static bool globalIsInitialized(fir::GlobalOp global) {
return !global.getRegion().empty() || global.getInitVal();
}
/// Call \p genInit to generate code inside \p global initializer region.
void Fortran::lower::createGlobalInitialization(
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder, fir::GlobalOp global,
std::function<void(fir::FirOpBuilder &)> genInit) {
mlir::Region &region = global.getRegion();
region.push_back(new mlir::Block);
mlir::Block &block = region.back();
auto insertPt = builder.saveInsertionPoint();
builder.setInsertionPointToStart(&block);
genInit(builder);
builder.restoreInsertionPoint(insertPt);
}
/// Create the global op and its init if it has one
static fir::GlobalOp defineGlobal(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var,
llvm::StringRef globalName,
mlir::StringAttr linkage,
fir::CUDADataAttributeAttr cudaAttr) {
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym = var.getSymbol();
mlir::Location loc = genLocation(converter, sym);
bool isConst = isConstant(sym);
fir::GlobalOp global = builder.getNamedGlobal(globalName);
mlir::Type symTy = converter.genType(var);
if (global && globalIsInitialized(global))
return global;
if (!converter.getLoweringOptions().getLowerToHighLevelFIR() &&
Fortran::semantics::IsProcedurePointer(sym))
TODO(loc, "procedure pointer globals");
// If this is an array, check to see if we can use a dense attribute
// with a tensor mlir type. This optimization currently only supports
// Fortran arrays of integer, real, complex, or logical. The tensor
// type does not support nested structures.
if (symTy.isa<fir::SequenceType>() &&
!Fortran::semantics::IsAllocatableOrPointer(sym)) {
mlir::Type eleTy = symTy.cast<fir::SequenceType>().getEleTy();
if (eleTy.isa<mlir::IntegerType, mlir::FloatType, fir::ComplexType,
fir::LogicalType>()) {
const auto *details =
sym.detailsIf<Fortran::semantics::ObjectEntityDetails>();
if (details->init()) {
global = Fortran::lower::tryCreatingDenseGlobal(
builder, loc, symTy, globalName, linkage, isConst,
details->init().value());
if (global) {
global.setVisibility(mlir::SymbolTable::Visibility::Public);
return global;
}
}
}
}
if (!global)
global =
builder.createGlobal(loc, symTy, globalName, linkage, mlir::Attribute{},
isConst, var.isTarget(), cudaAttr);
if (Fortran::semantics::IsAllocatableOrPointer(sym) &&
!Fortran::semantics::IsProcedure(sym)) {
const auto *details =
sym.detailsIf<Fortran::semantics::ObjectEntityDetails>();
if (details && details->init()) {
auto expr = *details->init();
Fortran::lower::createGlobalInitialization(
builder, global, [&](fir::FirOpBuilder &b) {
mlir::Value box = Fortran::lower::genInitialDataTarget(
converter, loc, symTy, expr);
b.create<fir::HasValueOp>(loc, box);
});
} else {
// Create unallocated/disassociated descriptor if no explicit init
Fortran::lower::createGlobalInitialization(
builder, global, [&](fir::FirOpBuilder &b) {
mlir::Value box =
fir::factory::createUnallocatedBox(b, loc, symTy, std::nullopt);
b.create<fir::HasValueOp>(loc, box);
});
}
} else if (const auto *details =
sym.detailsIf<Fortran::semantics::ObjectEntityDetails>()) {
if (details->init()) {
Fortran::lower::createGlobalInitialization(
builder, global, [&](fir::FirOpBuilder &builder) {
Fortran::lower::StatementContext stmtCtx(
/*cleanupProhibited=*/true);
fir::ExtendedValue initVal = genInitializerExprValue(
converter, loc, details->init().value(), stmtCtx);
mlir::Value castTo =
builder.createConvert(loc, symTy, fir::getBase(initVal));
builder.create<fir::HasValueOp>(loc, castTo);
});
} else if (hasDefaultInitialization(sym)) {
Fortran::lower::createGlobalInitialization(
builder, global, [&](fir::FirOpBuilder &builder) {
Fortran::lower::StatementContext stmtCtx(
/*cleanupProhibited=*/true);
mlir::Value initVal =
genDefaultInitializerValue(converter, loc, sym, symTy, stmtCtx);
mlir::Value castTo = builder.createConvert(loc, symTy, initVal);
builder.create<fir::HasValueOp>(loc, castTo);
});
}
} else if (Fortran::semantics::IsProcedurePointer(sym)) {
const auto *details{sym.detailsIf<Fortran::semantics::ProcEntityDetails>()};
if (details && details->init()) {
auto sym{*details->init()};
if (sym) // Has a procedure target.
Fortran::lower::createGlobalInitialization(
builder, global, [&](fir::FirOpBuilder &b) {
Fortran::lower::StatementContext stmtCtx(
/*cleanupProhibited=*/true);
auto box{Fortran::lower::convertProcedureDesignatorInitialTarget(
converter, loc, *sym)};
auto castTo{builder.createConvert(loc, symTy, box)};
b.create<fir::HasValueOp>(loc, castTo);
});
else { // Has NULL() target.
Fortran::lower::createGlobalInitialization(
builder, global, [&](fir::FirOpBuilder &b) {
auto box{fir::factory::createNullBoxProc(b, loc, symTy)};
b.create<fir::HasValueOp>(loc, box);
});
}
} else {
// No initialization.
Fortran::lower::createGlobalInitialization(
builder, global, [&](fir::FirOpBuilder &b) {
auto box{fir::factory::createNullBoxProc(b, loc, symTy)};
b.create<fir::HasValueOp>(loc, box);
});
}
} else if (sym.has<Fortran::semantics::CommonBlockDetails>()) {
mlir::emitError(loc, "COMMON symbol processed elsewhere");
} else {
TODO(loc, "global"); // Something else
}
// Creates zero initializer for globals without initializers, this is a common
// and expected behavior (although not required by the standard)
if (!globalIsInitialized(global)) {
// Fortran does not provide means to specify that a BIND(C) module
// uninitialized variables will be defined in C.
// Add the common linkage to those to allow some level of support
// for this use case. Note that this use case will not work if the Fortran
// module code is placed in a shared library since, at least for the ELF
// format, common symbols are assigned a section in shared libraries.
// The best is still to declare C defined variables in a Fortran module file
// with no other definitions, and to never link the resulting module object
// file.
if (sym.attrs().test(Fortran::semantics::Attr::BIND_C))
global.setLinkName(builder.createCommonLinkage());
Fortran::lower::createGlobalInitialization(
builder, global, [&](fir::FirOpBuilder &builder) {
mlir::Value initValue = builder.create<fir::ZeroOp>(loc, symTy);
builder.create<fir::HasValueOp>(loc, initValue);
});
}
// Set public visibility to prevent global definition to be optimized out
// even if they have no initializer and are unused in this compilation unit.
global.setVisibility(mlir::SymbolTable::Visibility::Public);
return global;
}
/// Return linkage attribute for \p var.
static mlir::StringAttr
getLinkageAttribute(fir::FirOpBuilder &builder,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var) {
// Runtime type info for a same derived type is identical in each compilation
// unit. It desired to avoid having to link against module that only define a
// type. Therefore the runtime type info is generated everywhere it is needed
// with `linkonce_odr` LLVM linkage.
if (var.isRuntimeTypeInfoData())
return builder.createLinkOnceODRLinkage();
if (var.isModuleOrSubmoduleVariable())
return {}; // external linkage
// Otherwise, the variable is owned by a procedure and must not be visible in
// other compilation units.
return builder.createInternalLinkage();
}
/// Instantiate a global variable. If it hasn't already been processed, add
/// the global to the ModuleOp as a new uniqued symbol and initialize it with
/// the correct value. It will be referenced on demand using `fir.addr_of`.
static void instantiateGlobal(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var,
Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap) {
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym = var.getSymbol();
assert(!var.isAlias() && "must be handled in instantiateAlias");
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
std::string globalName = converter.mangleName(sym);
mlir::Location loc = genLocation(converter, sym);
mlir::StringAttr linkage = getLinkageAttribute(builder, var);
fir::GlobalOp global;
if (var.isModuleOrSubmoduleVariable()) {
// A non-intrinsic module global is defined when lowering the module.
// Emit only a declaration if the global does not exist.
global = declareGlobal(converter, var, globalName, linkage);
} else {
global = defineGlobal(converter, var, globalName, linkage);
}
auto addrOf = builder.create<fir::AddrOfOp>(loc, global.resultType(),
global.getSymbol());
Fortran::lower::StatementContext stmtCtx;
mapSymbolAttributes(converter, var, symMap, stmtCtx, addrOf);
}
//===----------------------------------------------------------------===//
// Local variables instantiation (not for alias)
//===----------------------------------------------------------------===//
/// Create a stack slot for a local variable. Precondition: the insertion
/// point of the builder must be in the entry block, which is currently being
/// constructed.
static mlir::Value createNewLocal(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
mlir::Location loc,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var,
mlir::Value preAlloc,
llvm::ArrayRef<mlir::Value> shape = {},
llvm::ArrayRef<mlir::Value> lenParams = {}) {
if (preAlloc)
return preAlloc;
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
std::string nm = converter.mangleName(var.getSymbol());
mlir::Type ty = converter.genType(var);
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &ultimateSymbol =
var.getSymbol().GetUltimate();
llvm::StringRef symNm = toStringRef(ultimateSymbol.name());
bool isTarg = var.isTarget();
// Do not allocate storage for cray pointee. The address inside the cray
// pointer will be used instead when using the pointee. Allocating space
// would be a waste of space, and incorrect if the pointee is a non dummy
// assumed-size (possible with cray pointee).
if (ultimateSymbol.test(Fortran::semantics::Symbol::Flag::CrayPointee))
return builder.create<fir::ZeroOp>(loc, fir::ReferenceType::get(ty));
// Let the builder do all the heavy lifting.
if (!Fortran::semantics::IsProcedurePointer(ultimateSymbol))
return builder.allocateLocal(loc, ty, nm, symNm, shape, lenParams, isTarg);
// Local procedure pointer.
auto res{builder.allocateLocal(loc, ty, nm, symNm, shape, lenParams, isTarg)};
auto box{fir::factory::createNullBoxProc(builder, loc, ty)};
builder.create<fir::StoreOp>(loc, box, res);
return res;
}
/// Must \p var be default initialized at runtime when entering its scope.
static bool
mustBeDefaultInitializedAtRuntime(const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var) {
if (!var.hasSymbol())
return false;
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym = var.getSymbol();
if (var.isGlobal())
// Global variables are statically initialized.
return false;
if (Fortran::semantics::IsDummy(sym) && !Fortran::semantics::IsIntentOut(sym))
return false;
// Polymorphic intent(out) dummy might need default initialization
// at runtime.
if (Fortran::semantics::IsPolymorphic(sym) &&
Fortran::semantics::IsDummy(sym) &&
Fortran::semantics::IsIntentOut(sym) &&
!Fortran::semantics::IsAllocatable(sym) &&
!Fortran::semantics::IsPointer(sym))
return true;
// Local variables (including function results), and intent(out) dummies must
// be default initialized at runtime if their type has default initialization.
return hasDefaultInitialization(sym);
}
/// Call default initialization runtime routine to initialize \p var.
static void
defaultInitializeAtRuntime(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var,
Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap) {
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
mlir::Location loc = converter.getCurrentLocation();
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym = var.getSymbol();
fir::ExtendedValue exv = converter.getSymbolExtendedValue(sym, &symMap);
if (Fortran::semantics::IsOptional(sym)) {
// 15.5.2.12 point 3, absent optional dummies are not initialized.
// Creating descriptor/passing null descriptor to the runtime would
// create runtime crashes.
auto isPresent = builder.create<fir::IsPresentOp>(loc, builder.getI1Type(),
fir::getBase(exv));
builder.genIfThen(loc, isPresent)
.genThen([&]() {
auto box = builder.createBox(loc, exv);
fir::runtime::genDerivedTypeInitialize(builder, loc, box);
})
.end();
} else {
mlir::Value box = builder.createBox(loc, exv);
fir::runtime::genDerivedTypeInitialize(builder, loc, box);
}
}
enum class VariableCleanUp { Finalize, Deallocate };
/// Check whether a local variable needs to be finalized according to clause
/// 7.5.6.3 point 3 or if it is an allocatable that must be deallocated. Note
/// that deallocation will trigger finalization if the type has any.
static std::optional<VariableCleanUp>
needDeallocationOrFinalization(const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var) {
if (!var.hasSymbol())
return std::nullopt;
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym = var.getSymbol();
const Fortran::semantics::Scope &owner = sym.owner();
if (owner.kind() == Fortran::semantics::Scope::Kind::MainProgram) {
// The standard does not require finalizing main program variables.
return std::nullopt;
}
if (!Fortran::semantics::IsPointer(sym) &&
!Fortran::semantics::IsDummy(sym) &&
!Fortran::semantics::IsFunctionResult(sym) &&
!Fortran::semantics::IsSaved(sym)) {
if (Fortran::semantics::IsAllocatable(sym))
return VariableCleanUp::Deallocate;
if (hasFinalization(sym))
return VariableCleanUp::Finalize;
// hasFinalization() check above handled all cases that require
// finalization, but we also have to deallocate all allocatable
// components of local variables (since they are also local variables
// according to F18 5.4.3.2.2, p. 2, note 1).
// Here, the variable itself is not allocatable. If it has an allocatable
// component the Destroy runtime does the job. Use the Finalize clean-up,
// though there will be no finalization in runtime.
if (hasAllocatableDirectComponent(sym))
return VariableCleanUp::Finalize;
}
return std::nullopt;
}
/// Check whether a variable needs the be finalized according to clause 7.5.6.3
/// point 7.
/// Must be nonpointer, nonallocatable, INTENT (OUT) dummy argument.
static bool
needDummyIntentoutFinalization(const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var) {
if (!var.hasSymbol())
return false;
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym = var.getSymbol();
if (!Fortran::semantics::IsDummy(sym) ||
!Fortran::semantics::IsIntentOut(sym) ||
Fortran::semantics::IsAllocatable(sym) ||
Fortran::semantics::IsPointer(sym))
return false;
// Polymorphic and unlimited polymorphic intent(out) dummy argument might need
// finalization at runtime.
if (Fortran::semantics::IsPolymorphic(sym) ||
Fortran::semantics::IsUnlimitedPolymorphic(sym))
return true;
// Intent(out) dummies must be finalized at runtime if their type has a
// finalization.
// Allocatable components of INTENT(OUT) dummies must be deallocated (9.7.3.2
// p6). Calling finalization runtime for this works even if the components
// have no final procedures.
return hasFinalization(sym) || hasAllocatableDirectComponent(sym);
}
/// Call default initialization runtime routine to initialize \p var.
static void finalizeAtRuntime(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var,
Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap) {
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
mlir::Location loc = converter.getCurrentLocation();
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym = var.getSymbol();
fir::ExtendedValue exv = converter.getSymbolExtendedValue(sym, &symMap);
if (Fortran::semantics::IsOptional(sym)) {
// Only finalize if present.
auto isPresent = builder.create<fir::IsPresentOp>(loc, builder.getI1Type(),
fir::getBase(exv));
builder.genIfThen(loc, isPresent)
.genThen([&]() {
auto box = builder.createBox(loc, exv);
fir::runtime::genDerivedTypeDestroy(builder, loc, box);
})
.end();
} else {
mlir::Value box = builder.createBox(loc, exv);
fir::runtime::genDerivedTypeDestroy(builder, loc, box);
}
}
// Fortran 2018 - 9.7.3.2 point 6
// When a procedure is invoked, any allocated allocatable object that is an
// actual argument corresponding to an INTENT(OUT) allocatable dummy argument
// is deallocated; any allocated allocatable object that is a subobject of an
// actual argument corresponding to an INTENT(OUT) dummy argument is
// deallocated.
// Note that allocatable components of non-ALLOCATABLE INTENT(OUT) dummy
// arguments are dealt with needDummyIntentoutFinalization (finalization runtime
// is called to reach the intended component deallocation effect).
static void deallocateIntentOut(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var,
Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap) {
if (!var.hasSymbol())
return;
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym = var.getSymbol();
if (Fortran::semantics::IsDummy(sym) &&
Fortran::semantics::IsIntentOut(sym) &&
Fortran::semantics::IsAllocatable(sym)) {
fir::ExtendedValue extVal = converter.getSymbolExtendedValue(sym, &symMap);
if (auto mutBox = extVal.getBoxOf<fir::MutableBoxValue>()) {
// The dummy argument is not passed in the ENTRY so it should not be
// deallocated.
if (mlir::Operation *op = mutBox->getAddr().getDefiningOp()) {
if (auto declOp = mlir::dyn_cast<hlfir::DeclareOp>(op))
op = declOp.getMemref().getDefiningOp();
if (op && mlir::isa<fir::AllocaOp>(op))
return;
}
mlir::Location loc = converter.getCurrentLocation();
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
if (Fortran::semantics::IsOptional(sym)) {
auto isPresent = builder.create<fir::IsPresentOp>(
loc, builder.getI1Type(), fir::getBase(extVal));
builder.genIfThen(loc, isPresent)
.genThen([&]() {
Fortran::lower::genDeallocateIfAllocated(converter, *mutBox, loc);
})
.end();
} else {
Fortran::lower::genDeallocateIfAllocated(converter, *mutBox, loc);
}
}
}
}
/// Instantiate a local variable. Precondition: Each variable will be visited
/// such that if its properties depend on other variables, the variables upon
/// which its properties depend will already have been visited.
static void instantiateLocal(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var,
Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap) {
assert(!var.isAlias());
Fortran::lower::StatementContext stmtCtx;
mapSymbolAttributes(converter, var, symMap, stmtCtx);
deallocateIntentOut(converter, var, symMap);
if (needDummyIntentoutFinalization(var))
finalizeAtRuntime(converter, var, symMap);
if (mustBeDefaultInitializedAtRuntime(var))
defaultInitializeAtRuntime(converter, var, symMap);
if (std::optional<VariableCleanUp> cleanup =
needDeallocationOrFinalization(var)) {
auto *builder = &converter.getFirOpBuilder();
mlir::Location loc = converter.getCurrentLocation();
fir::ExtendedValue exv =
converter.getSymbolExtendedValue(var.getSymbol(), &symMap);
switch (*cleanup) {
case VariableCleanUp::Finalize:
converter.getFctCtx().attachCleanup([builder, loc, exv]() {
mlir::Value box = builder->createBox(loc, exv);
fir::runtime::genDerivedTypeDestroy(*builder, loc, box);
});
break;
case VariableCleanUp::Deallocate:
auto *converterPtr = &converter;
converter.getFctCtx().attachCleanup([converterPtr, loc, exv]() {
const fir::MutableBoxValue *mutableBox =
exv.getBoxOf<fir::MutableBoxValue>();
assert(mutableBox &&
"trying to deallocate entity not lowered as allocatable");
Fortran::lower::genDeallocateIfAllocated(*converterPtr, *mutableBox,
loc);
});
}
}
}
//===----------------------------------------------------------------===//
// Aliased (EQUIVALENCE) variables instantiation
//===----------------------------------------------------------------===//
/// Insert \p aggregateStore instance into an AggregateStoreMap.
static void insertAggregateStore(Fortran::lower::AggregateStoreMap &storeMap,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var,
mlir::Value aggregateStore) {
std::size_t off = var.getAggregateStore().getOffset();
Fortran::lower::AggregateStoreKey key = {var.getOwningScope(), off};
storeMap[key] = aggregateStore;
}
/// Retrieve the aggregate store instance of \p alias from an
/// AggregateStoreMap.
static mlir::Value
getAggregateStore(Fortran::lower::AggregateStoreMap &storeMap,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &alias) {
Fortran::lower::AggregateStoreKey key = {alias.getOwningScope(),
alias.getAliasOffset()};
auto iter = storeMap.find(key);
assert(iter != storeMap.end());
return iter->second;
}
/// Build the name for the storage of a global equivalence.
static std::string mangleGlobalAggregateStore(
Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable::AggregateStore &st) {
return converter.mangleName(st.getNamingSymbol());
}
/// Build the type for the storage of an equivalence.
static mlir::Type
getAggregateType(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable::AggregateStore &st) {
if (const Fortran::semantics::Symbol *initSym = st.getInitialValueSymbol())
return converter.genType(*initSym);
mlir::IntegerType byteTy = converter.getFirOpBuilder().getIntegerType(8);
return fir::SequenceType::get(std::get<1>(st.interval), byteTy);
}
/// Define a GlobalOp for the storage of a global equivalence described
/// by \p aggregate. The global is named \p aggName and is created with
/// the provided \p linkage.
/// If any of the equivalence members are initialized, an initializer is
/// created for the equivalence.
/// This is to be used when lowering the scope that owns the equivalence
/// (as opposed to simply using it through host or use association).
/// This is not to be used for equivalence of common block members (they
/// already have the common block GlobalOp for them, see defineCommonBlock).
static fir::GlobalOp defineGlobalAggregateStore(
Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable::AggregateStore &aggregate,
llvm::StringRef aggName, mlir::StringAttr linkage) {
assert(aggregate.isGlobal() && "not a global interval");
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
fir::GlobalOp global = builder.getNamedGlobal(aggName);
if (global && globalIsInitialized(global))
return global;
mlir::Location loc = converter.getCurrentLocation();
mlir::Type aggTy = getAggregateType(converter, aggregate);
if (!global)
global = builder.createGlobal(loc, aggTy, aggName, linkage);
if (const Fortran::semantics::Symbol *initSym =
aggregate.getInitialValueSymbol())
if (const auto *objectDetails =
initSym->detailsIf<Fortran::semantics::ObjectEntityDetails>())
if (objectDetails->init()) {
Fortran::lower::createGlobalInitialization(
builder, global, [&](fir::FirOpBuilder &builder) {
Fortran::lower::StatementContext stmtCtx;
mlir::Value initVal = fir::getBase(genInitializerExprValue(
converter, loc, objectDetails->init().value(), stmtCtx));
builder.create<fir::HasValueOp>(loc, initVal);
});
return global;
}
// Equivalence has no Fortran initial value. Create an undefined FIR initial
// value to ensure this is consider an object definition in the IR regardless
// of the linkage.
Fortran::lower::createGlobalInitialization(
builder, global, [&](fir::FirOpBuilder &builder) {
Fortran::lower::StatementContext stmtCtx;
mlir::Value initVal = builder.create<fir::ZeroOp>(loc, aggTy);
builder.create<fir::HasValueOp>(loc, initVal);
});
return global;
}
/// Declare a GlobalOp for the storage of a global equivalence described
/// by \p aggregate. The global is named \p aggName and is created with
/// the provided \p linkage.
/// No initializer is built for the created GlobalOp.
/// This is to be used when lowering the scope that uses members of an
/// equivalence it through host or use association.
/// This is not to be used for equivalence of common block members (they
/// already have the common block GlobalOp for them, see defineCommonBlock).
static fir::GlobalOp declareGlobalAggregateStore(
Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter, mlir::Location loc,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable::AggregateStore &aggregate,
llvm::StringRef aggName, mlir::StringAttr linkage) {
assert(aggregate.isGlobal() && "not a global interval");
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
if (fir::GlobalOp global = builder.getNamedGlobal(aggName))
return global;
mlir::Type aggTy = getAggregateType(converter, aggregate);
return builder.createGlobal(loc, aggTy, aggName, linkage);
}
/// This is an aggregate store for a set of EQUIVALENCED variables. Create the
/// storage on the stack or global memory and add it to the map.
static void
instantiateAggregateStore(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var,
Fortran::lower::AggregateStoreMap &storeMap) {
assert(var.isAggregateStore() && "not an interval");
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
mlir::IntegerType i8Ty = builder.getIntegerType(8);
mlir::Location loc = converter.getCurrentLocation();
std::string aggName =
mangleGlobalAggregateStore(converter, var.getAggregateStore());
if (var.isGlobal()) {
fir::GlobalOp global;
auto &aggregate = var.getAggregateStore();
mlir::StringAttr linkage = getLinkageAttribute(builder, var);
if (var.isModuleOrSubmoduleVariable()) {
// A module global was or will be defined when lowering the module. Emit
// only a declaration if the global does not exist at that point.
global = declareGlobalAggregateStore(converter, loc, aggregate, aggName,
linkage);
} else {
global =
defineGlobalAggregateStore(converter, aggregate, aggName, linkage);
}
auto addr = builder.create<fir::AddrOfOp>(loc, global.resultType(),
global.getSymbol());
auto size = std::get<1>(var.getInterval());
fir::SequenceType::Shape shape(1, size);
auto seqTy = fir::SequenceType::get(shape, i8Ty);
mlir::Type refTy = builder.getRefType(seqTy);
mlir::Value aggregateStore = builder.createConvert(loc, refTy, addr);
insertAggregateStore(storeMap, var, aggregateStore);
return;
}
// This is a local aggregate, allocate an anonymous block of memory.
auto size = std::get<1>(var.getInterval());
fir::SequenceType::Shape shape(1, size);
auto seqTy = fir::SequenceType::get(shape, i8Ty);
mlir::Value local =
builder.allocateLocal(loc, seqTy, aggName, "", std::nullopt, std::nullopt,
/*target=*/false);
insertAggregateStore(storeMap, var, local);
}
/// Cast an alias address (variable part of an equivalence) to fir.ptr so that
/// the optimizer is conservative and avoids doing copy elision in assignment
/// involving equivalenced variables.
/// TODO: Represent the equivalence aliasing constraint in another way to avoid
/// pessimizing array assignments involving equivalenced variables.
static mlir::Value castAliasToPointer(fir::FirOpBuilder &builder,
mlir::Location loc, mlir::Type aliasType,
mlir::Value aliasAddr) {
return builder.createConvert(loc, fir::PointerType::get(aliasType),
aliasAddr);
}
/// Instantiate a member of an equivalence. Compute its address in its
/// aggregate storage and lower its attributes.
static void instantiateAlias(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var,
Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap,
Fortran::lower::AggregateStoreMap &storeMap) {
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
assert(var.isAlias());
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym = var.getSymbol();
const mlir::Location loc = genLocation(converter, sym);
mlir::IndexType idxTy = builder.getIndexType();
mlir::IntegerType i8Ty = builder.getIntegerType(8);
mlir::Type i8Ptr = builder.getRefType(i8Ty);
mlir::Type symType = converter.genType(sym);
std::size_t off = sym.GetUltimate().offset() - var.getAliasOffset();
mlir::Value storeAddr = getAggregateStore(storeMap, var);
mlir::Value offset = builder.createIntegerConstant(loc, idxTy, off);
mlir::Value bytePtr = builder.create<fir::CoordinateOp>(
loc, i8Ptr, storeAddr, mlir::ValueRange{offset});
mlir::Value typedPtr = castAliasToPointer(builder, loc, symType, bytePtr);
Fortran::lower::StatementContext stmtCtx;
mapSymbolAttributes(converter, var, symMap, stmtCtx, typedPtr);
// Default initialization is possible for equivalence members: see
// F2018 19.5.3.4. Note that if several equivalenced entities have
// default initialization, they must have the same type, and the standard
// allows the storage to be default initialized several times (this has
// no consequences other than wasting some execution time). For now,
// do not try optimizing this to single default initializations of
// the equivalenced storages. Keep lowering simple.
if (mustBeDefaultInitializedAtRuntime(var))
defaultInitializeAtRuntime(converter, var, symMap);
}
//===--------------------------------------------------------------===//
// COMMON blocks instantiation
//===--------------------------------------------------------------===//
/// Does any member of the common block has an initializer ?
static bool
commonBlockHasInit(const Fortran::semantics::MutableSymbolVector &cmnBlkMems) {
for (const Fortran::semantics::MutableSymbolRef &mem : cmnBlkMems) {
if (const auto *memDet =
mem->detailsIf<Fortran::semantics::ObjectEntityDetails>())
if (memDet->init())
return true;
}
return false;
}
/// Build a tuple type for a common block based on the common block
/// members and the common block size.
/// This type is only needed to build common block initializers where
/// the initial value is the collection of the member initial values.
static mlir::TupleType getTypeOfCommonWithInit(
Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::semantics::MutableSymbolVector &cmnBlkMems,
std::size_t commonSize) {
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
llvm::SmallVector<mlir::Type> members;
std::size_t counter = 0;
for (const Fortran::semantics::MutableSymbolRef &mem : cmnBlkMems) {
if (const auto *memDet =
mem->detailsIf<Fortran::semantics::ObjectEntityDetails>()) {
if (mem->offset() > counter) {
fir::SequenceType::Shape len = {
static_cast<fir::SequenceType::Extent>(mem->offset() - counter)};
mlir::IntegerType byteTy = builder.getIntegerType(8);
auto memTy = fir::SequenceType::get(len, byteTy);
members.push_back(memTy);
counter = mem->offset();
}
if (memDet->init()) {
mlir::Type memTy = converter.genType(*mem);
members.push_back(memTy);
counter = mem->offset() + mem->size();
}
}
}
if (counter < commonSize) {
fir::SequenceType::Shape len = {
static_cast<fir::SequenceType::Extent>(commonSize - counter)};
mlir::IntegerType byteTy = builder.getIntegerType(8);
auto memTy = fir::SequenceType::get(len, byteTy);
members.push_back(memTy);
}
return mlir::TupleType::get(builder.getContext(), members);
}
/// Common block members may have aliases. They are not in the common block
/// member list from the symbol. We need to know about these aliases if they
/// have initializer to generate the common initializer.
/// This function takes care of adding aliases with initializer to the member
/// list.
static Fortran::semantics::MutableSymbolVector
getCommonMembersWithInitAliases(const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &common) {
const auto &commonDetails =
common.get<Fortran::semantics::CommonBlockDetails>();
auto members = commonDetails.objects();
// The number and size of equivalence and common is expected to be small, so
// no effort is given to optimize this loop of complexity equivalenced
// common members * common members
for (const Fortran::semantics::EquivalenceSet &set :
common.owner().equivalenceSets())
for (const Fortran::semantics::EquivalenceObject &obj : set) {
if (!obj.symbol.test(Fortran::semantics::Symbol::Flag::CompilerCreated)) {
if (const auto &details =
obj.symbol
.detailsIf<Fortran::semantics::ObjectEntityDetails>()) {
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol *com =
FindCommonBlockContaining(obj.symbol);
if (!details->init() || com != &common)
continue;
// This is an alias with an init that belongs to the list
if (!llvm::is_contained(members, obj.symbol))
members.emplace_back(obj.symbol);
}
}
}
return members;
}
/// Return the fir::GlobalOp that was created of COMMON block \p common.
/// It is an error if the fir::GlobalOp was not created before this is
/// called (it cannot be created on the flight because it is not known here
/// what mlir type the GlobalOp should have to satisfy all the
/// appearances in the program).
static fir::GlobalOp
getCommonBlockGlobal(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &common) {
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
std::string commonName = converter.mangleName(common);
fir::GlobalOp global = builder.getNamedGlobal(commonName);
// Common blocks are lowered before any subprograms to deal with common
// whose size may not be the same in every subprograms.
if (!global)
fir::emitFatalError(converter.genLocation(common.name()),
"COMMON block was not lowered before its usage");
return global;
}
/// Create the fir::GlobalOp for COMMON block \p common. If \p common has an
/// initial value, it is not created yet. Instead, the common block list
/// members is returned to later create the initial value in
/// finalizeCommonBlockDefinition.
static std::optional<std::tuple<
fir::GlobalOp, Fortran::semantics::MutableSymbolVector, mlir::Location>>
declareCommonBlock(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &common,
std::size_t commonSize) {
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
std::string commonName = converter.mangleName(common);
fir::GlobalOp global = builder.getNamedGlobal(commonName);
if (global)
return std::nullopt;
Fortran::semantics::MutableSymbolVector cmnBlkMems =
getCommonMembersWithInitAliases(common);
mlir::Location loc = converter.genLocation(common.name());
mlir::StringAttr linkage = builder.createCommonLinkage();
if (!commonBlockHasInit(cmnBlkMems)) {
// A COMMON block sans initializers is initialized to zero.
// mlir::Vector types must have a strictly positive size, so at least
// temporarily, force a zero size COMMON block to have one byte.
const auto sz =
static_cast<fir::SequenceType::Extent>(commonSize > 0 ? commonSize : 1);
fir::SequenceType::Shape shape = {sz};
mlir::IntegerType i8Ty = builder.getIntegerType(8);
auto commonTy = fir::SequenceType::get(shape, i8Ty);
auto vecTy = mlir::VectorType::get(sz, i8Ty);
mlir::Attribute zero = builder.getIntegerAttr(i8Ty, 0);
auto init = mlir::DenseElementsAttr::get(vecTy, llvm::ArrayRef(zero));
builder.createGlobal(loc, commonTy, commonName, linkage, init);
// No need to add any initial value later.
return std::nullopt;
}
// COMMON block with initializer (note that initialized blank common are
// accepted as an extension by semantics). Sort members by offset before
// generating the type and initializer.
std::sort(cmnBlkMems.begin(), cmnBlkMems.end(),
[](auto &s1, auto &s2) { return s1->offset() < s2->offset(); });
mlir::TupleType commonTy =
getTypeOfCommonWithInit(converter, cmnBlkMems, commonSize);
// Create the global object, the initial value will be added later.
global = builder.createGlobal(loc, commonTy, commonName);
return std::make_tuple(global, std::move(cmnBlkMems), loc);
}
/// Add initial value to a COMMON block fir::GlobalOp \p global given the list
/// \p cmnBlkMems of the common block member symbols that contains symbols with
/// an initial value.
static void finalizeCommonBlockDefinition(
mlir::Location loc, Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
fir::GlobalOp global,
const Fortran::semantics::MutableSymbolVector &cmnBlkMems) {
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
mlir::TupleType commonTy = global.getType().cast<mlir::TupleType>();
auto initFunc = [&](fir::FirOpBuilder &builder) {
mlir::IndexType idxTy = builder.getIndexType();
mlir::Value cb = builder.create<fir::ZeroOp>(loc, commonTy);
unsigned tupIdx = 0;
std::size_t offset = 0;
LLVM_DEBUG(llvm::dbgs() << "block {\n");
for (const Fortran::semantics::MutableSymbolRef &mem : cmnBlkMems) {
if (const auto *memDet =
mem->detailsIf<Fortran::semantics::ObjectEntityDetails>()) {
if (mem->offset() > offset) {
++tupIdx;
offset = mem->offset();
}
if (memDet->init()) {
LLVM_DEBUG(llvm::dbgs()
<< "offset: " << mem->offset() << " is " << *mem << '\n');
Fortran::lower::StatementContext stmtCtx;
auto initExpr = memDet->init().value();
fir::ExtendedValue initVal =
Fortran::semantics::IsPointer(*mem)
? Fortran::lower::genInitialDataTarget(
converter, loc, converter.genType(*mem), initExpr)
: genInitializerExprValue(converter, loc, initExpr, stmtCtx);
mlir::IntegerAttr offVal = builder.getIntegerAttr(idxTy, tupIdx);
mlir::Value castVal = builder.createConvert(
loc, commonTy.getType(tupIdx), fir::getBase(initVal));
cb = builder.create<fir::InsertValueOp>(loc, commonTy, cb, castVal,
builder.getArrayAttr(offVal));
++tupIdx;
offset = mem->offset() + mem->size();
}
}
}
LLVM_DEBUG(llvm::dbgs() << "}\n");
builder.create<fir::HasValueOp>(loc, cb);
};
Fortran::lower::createGlobalInitialization(builder, global, initFunc);
}
void Fortran::lower::defineCommonBlocks(
Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::semantics::CommonBlockList &commonBlocks) {
// Common blocks may depend on another common block address (if they contain
// pointers with initial targets). To cover this case, create all common block
// fir::Global before creating the initial values (if any).
std::vector<std::tuple<fir::GlobalOp, Fortran::semantics::MutableSymbolVector,
mlir::Location>>
delayedInitializations;
for (const auto &[common, size] : commonBlocks)
if (auto delayedInit = declareCommonBlock(converter, common, size))
delayedInitializations.emplace_back(std::move(*delayedInit));
for (auto &[global, cmnBlkMems, loc] : delayedInitializations)
finalizeCommonBlockDefinition(loc, converter, global, cmnBlkMems);
}
mlir::Value Fortran::lower::genCommonBlockMember(
Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter, mlir::Location loc,
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym, mlir::Value commonValue) {
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
std::size_t byteOffset = sym.GetUltimate().offset();
mlir::IntegerType i8Ty = builder.getIntegerType(8);
mlir::Type i8Ptr = builder.getRefType(i8Ty);
mlir::Type seqTy = builder.getRefType(builder.getVarLenSeqTy(i8Ty));
mlir::Value base = builder.createConvert(loc, seqTy, commonValue);
mlir::Value offs =
builder.createIntegerConstant(loc, builder.getIndexType(), byteOffset);
mlir::Value varAddr = builder.create<fir::CoordinateOp>(
loc, i8Ptr, base, mlir::ValueRange{offs});
mlir::Type symType = converter.genType(sym);
return Fortran::semantics::FindEquivalenceSet(sym) != nullptr
? castAliasToPointer(builder, loc, symType, varAddr)
: builder.createConvert(loc, builder.getRefType(symType), varAddr);
}
/// The COMMON block is a global structure. `var` will be at some offset
/// within the COMMON block. Adds the address of `var` (COMMON + offset) to
/// the symbol map.
static void instantiateCommon(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &common,
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var,
Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap) {
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &varSym = var.getSymbol();
mlir::Location loc = converter.genLocation(varSym.name());
mlir::Value commonAddr;
if (Fortran::lower::SymbolBox symBox = symMap.lookupSymbol(common))
commonAddr = symBox.getAddr();
if (!commonAddr) {
// introduce a local AddrOf and add it to the map
fir::GlobalOp global = getCommonBlockGlobal(converter, common);
commonAddr = builder.create<fir::AddrOfOp>(loc, global.resultType(),
global.getSymbol());
symMap.addSymbol(common, commonAddr);
}
mlir::Value local = genCommonBlockMember(converter, loc, varSym, commonAddr);
Fortran::lower::StatementContext stmtCtx;
mapSymbolAttributes(converter, var, symMap, stmtCtx, local);
}
//===--------------------------------------------------------------===//
// Lower Variables specification expressions and attributes
//===--------------------------------------------------------------===//
/// Helper to decide if a dummy argument must be tracked in an BoxValue.
static bool lowerToBoxValue(const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym,
mlir::Value dummyArg,
Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter) {
// Only dummy arguments coming as fir.box can be tracked in an BoxValue.
if (!dummyArg || !dummyArg.getType().isa<fir::BaseBoxType>())
return false;
// Non contiguous arrays must be tracked in an BoxValue.
if (sym.Rank() > 0 && !Fortran::evaluate::IsSimplyContiguous(
sym, converter.getFoldingContext()))
return true;
// Assumed rank and optional fir.box cannot yet be read while lowering the
// specifications.
if (Fortran::evaluate::IsAssumedRank(sym) ||
Fortran::semantics::IsOptional(sym))
return true;
// Polymorphic entity should be tracked through a fir.box that has the
// dynamic type info.
if (const Fortran::semantics::DeclTypeSpec *type = sym.GetType())
if (type->IsPolymorphic())
return true;
return false;
}
/// Compute extent from lower and upper bound.
static mlir::Value computeExtent(fir::FirOpBuilder &builder, mlir::Location loc,
mlir::Value lb, mlir::Value ub) {
mlir::IndexType idxTy = builder.getIndexType();
// Let the folder deal with the common `ub - <const> + 1` case.
auto diff = builder.create<mlir::arith::SubIOp>(loc, idxTy, ub, lb);
mlir::Value one = builder.createIntegerConstant(loc, idxTy, 1);
auto rawExtent = builder.create<mlir::arith::AddIOp>(loc, idxTy, diff, one);
return fir::factory::genMaxWithZero(builder, loc, rawExtent);
}
/// Lower explicit lower bounds into \p result. Does nothing if this is not an
/// array, or if the lower bounds are deferred, or all implicit or one.
static void lowerExplicitLowerBounds(
Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter, mlir::Location loc,
const Fortran::lower::BoxAnalyzer &box,
llvm::SmallVectorImpl<mlir::Value> &result, Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap,
Fortran::lower::StatementContext &stmtCtx) {
if (!box.isArray() || box.lboundIsAllOnes())
return;
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
mlir::IndexType idxTy = builder.getIndexType();
if (box.isStaticArray()) {
for (int64_t lb : box.staticLBound())
result.emplace_back(builder.createIntegerConstant(loc, idxTy, lb));
return;
}
for (const Fortran::semantics::ShapeSpec *spec : box.dynamicBound()) {
if (auto low = spec->lbound().GetExplicit()) {
auto expr = Fortran::lower::SomeExpr{*low};
mlir::Value lb = builder.createConvert(
loc, idxTy, genScalarValue(converter, loc, expr, symMap, stmtCtx));
result.emplace_back(lb);
}
}
assert(result.empty() || result.size() == box.dynamicBound().size());
}
/// Return -1 for the last dimension extent/upper bound of assumed-size arrays.
/// This value is required to fulfill the requirements for assumed-rank
/// associated with assumed-size (see for instance UBOUND in 16.9.196, and
/// CFI_desc_t requirements in 18.5.3 point 5.).
static mlir::Value getAssumedSizeExtent(mlir::Location loc,
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder) {
return builder.createIntegerConstant(loc, builder.getIndexType(), -1);
}
/// Lower explicit extents into \p result if this is an explicit-shape or
/// assumed-size array. Does nothing if this is not an explicit-shape or
/// assumed-size array.
static void
lowerExplicitExtents(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
mlir::Location loc, const Fortran::lower::BoxAnalyzer &box,
llvm::SmallVectorImpl<mlir::Value> &lowerBounds,
llvm::SmallVectorImpl<mlir::Value> &result,
Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap,
Fortran::lower::StatementContext &stmtCtx) {
if (!box.isArray())
return;
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
mlir::IndexType idxTy = builder.getIndexType();
if (box.isStaticArray()) {
for (int64_t extent : box.staticShape())
result.emplace_back(builder.createIntegerConstant(loc, idxTy, extent));
return;
}
for (const auto &spec : llvm::enumerate(box.dynamicBound())) {
if (auto up = spec.value()->ubound().GetExplicit()) {
auto expr = Fortran::lower::SomeExpr{*up};
mlir::Value ub = builder.createConvert(
loc, idxTy, genScalarValue(converter, loc, expr, symMap, stmtCtx));
if (lowerBounds.empty())
result.emplace_back(fir::factory::genMaxWithZero(builder, loc, ub));
else
result.emplace_back(
computeExtent(builder, loc, lowerBounds[spec.index()], ub));
} else if (spec.value()->ubound().isStar()) {
result.emplace_back(getAssumedSizeExtent(loc, builder));
}
}
assert(result.empty() || result.size() == box.dynamicBound().size());
}
/// Lower explicit character length if any. Return empty mlir::Value if no
/// explicit length.
static mlir::Value
lowerExplicitCharLen(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
mlir::Location loc, const Fortran::lower::BoxAnalyzer &box,
Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap,
Fortran::lower::StatementContext &stmtCtx) {
if (!box.isChar())
return mlir::Value{};
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
mlir::Type lenTy = builder.getCharacterLengthType();
if (std::optional<int64_t> len = box.getCharLenConst())
return builder.createIntegerConstant(loc, lenTy, *len);
if (std::optional<Fortran::lower::SomeExpr> lenExpr = box.getCharLenExpr())
// If the length expression is negative, the length is zero. See F2018
// 7.4.4.2 point 5.
return fir::factory::genMaxWithZero(
builder, loc,
genScalarValue(converter, loc, *lenExpr, symMap, stmtCtx));
return mlir::Value{};
}
/// Assumed size arrays last extent is -1 in the front end.
static mlir::Value genExtentValue(fir::FirOpBuilder &builder,
mlir::Location loc, mlir::Type idxTy,
long frontEndExtent) {
if (frontEndExtent >= 0)
return builder.createIntegerConstant(loc, idxTy, frontEndExtent);
return getAssumedSizeExtent(loc, builder);
}
/// If a symbol is an array, it may have been declared with unknown extent
/// parameters (e.g., `*`), but if it has an initial value then the actual size
/// may be available from the initial array value's type.
inline static llvm::SmallVector<std::int64_t>
recoverShapeVector(llvm::ArrayRef<std::int64_t> shapeVec, mlir::Value initVal) {
llvm::SmallVector<std::int64_t> result;
if (initVal) {
if (auto seqTy = fir::unwrapUntilSeqType(initVal.getType())) {
for (auto [fst, snd] : llvm::zip(shapeVec, seqTy.getShape()))
result.push_back(fst == fir::SequenceType::getUnknownExtent() ? snd
: fst);
return result;
}
}
result.assign(shapeVec.begin(), shapeVec.end());
return result;
}
fir::FortranVariableFlagsAttr Fortran::lower::translateSymbolAttributes(
mlir::MLIRContext *mlirContext, const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym,
fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum extraFlags) {
fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum flags = extraFlags;
const auto &attrs = sym.attrs();
if (attrs.test(Fortran::semantics::Attr::ALLOCATABLE))
flags = flags | fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum::allocatable;
if (attrs.test(Fortran::semantics::Attr::ASYNCHRONOUS))
flags = flags | fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum::asynchronous;
if (attrs.test(Fortran::semantics::Attr::BIND_C))
flags = flags | fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum::bind_c;
if (attrs.test(Fortran::semantics::Attr::CONTIGUOUS))
flags = flags | fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum::contiguous;
if (attrs.test(Fortran::semantics::Attr::INTENT_IN))
flags = flags | fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum::intent_in;
if (attrs.test(Fortran::semantics::Attr::INTENT_INOUT))
flags = flags | fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum::intent_inout;
if (attrs.test(Fortran::semantics::Attr::INTENT_OUT))
flags = flags | fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum::intent_out;
if (attrs.test(Fortran::semantics::Attr::OPTIONAL))
flags = flags | fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum::optional;
if (attrs.test(Fortran::semantics::Attr::PARAMETER))
flags = flags | fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum::parameter;
if (attrs.test(Fortran::semantics::Attr::POINTER))
flags = flags | fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum::pointer;
if (attrs.test(Fortran::semantics::Attr::TARGET))
flags = flags | fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum::target;
if (attrs.test(Fortran::semantics::Attr::VALUE))
flags = flags | fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum::value;
if (attrs.test(Fortran::semantics::Attr::VOLATILE))
flags = flags | fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum::fortran_volatile;
if (flags == fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum::None)
return {};
return fir::FortranVariableFlagsAttr::get(mlirContext, flags);
}
fir::CUDADataAttributeAttr Fortran::lower::translateSymbolCUDADataAttribute(
mlir::MLIRContext *mlirContext, const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym) {
std::optional<Fortran::common::CUDADataAttr> cudaAttr =
Fortran::semantics::GetCUDADataAttr(&sym.GetUltimate());
return fir::getCUDADataAttribute(mlirContext, cudaAttr);
}
/// Map a symbol to its FIR address and evaluated specification expressions.
/// Not for symbols lowered to fir.box.
/// Will optionally create fir.declare.
static void genDeclareSymbol(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap,
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym,
mlir::Value base, mlir::Value len = {},
llvm::ArrayRef<mlir::Value> shape = std::nullopt,
llvm::ArrayRef<mlir::Value> lbounds = std::nullopt,
bool force = false) {
// In HLFIR, procedure dummy symbols are not added with an hlfir.declare
// because they are "values", and hlfir.declare is intended for variables. It
// would add too much complexity to hlfir.declare to support this case, and
// this would bring very little (the only point being debug info, that are not
// yet emitted) since alias analysis is meaningless for those.
// Commonblock names are not variables, but in some lowerings (like OpenMP) it
// is useful to maintain the address of the commonblock in an MLIR value and
// query it. hlfir.declare need not be created for these.
if (converter.getLoweringOptions().getLowerToHighLevelFIR() &&
(!Fortran::semantics::IsProcedure(sym) ||
Fortran::semantics::IsPointer(sym)) &&
!sym.detailsIf<Fortran::semantics::CommonBlockDetails>()) {
bool isCrayPointee =
sym.test(Fortran::semantics::Symbol::Flag::CrayPointee);
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
const mlir::Location loc = genLocation(converter, sym);
mlir::Value shapeOrShift;
if (!shape.empty() && !lbounds.empty())
shapeOrShift = builder.genShape(loc, lbounds, shape);
else if (!shape.empty())
shapeOrShift = builder.genShape(loc, shape);
else if (!lbounds.empty())
shapeOrShift = builder.genShift(loc, lbounds);
llvm::SmallVector<mlir::Value> lenParams;
if (len)
lenParams.emplace_back(len);
auto name = converter.mangleName(sym);
fir::FortranVariableFlagsAttr attributes =
Fortran::lower::translateSymbolAttributes(builder.getContext(), sym);
fir::CUDADataAttributeAttr cudaAttr =
Fortran::lower::translateSymbolCUDADataAttribute(builder.getContext(),
sym);
if (isCrayPointee) {
mlir::Type baseType =
hlfir::getFortranElementOrSequenceType(base.getType());
if (auto seqType = mlir::dyn_cast<fir::SequenceType>(baseType)) {
// The pointer box's sequence type must be with unknown shape.
llvm::SmallVector<int64_t> shape(seqType.getDimension(),
fir::SequenceType::getUnknownExtent());
baseType = fir::SequenceType::get(shape, seqType.getEleTy());
}
fir::BoxType ptrBoxType =
fir::BoxType::get(fir::PointerType::get(baseType));
mlir::Value boxAlloc = builder.createTemporary(loc, ptrBoxType);
// Declare a local pointer variable.
attributes = fir::FortranVariableFlagsAttr::get(
builder.getContext(), fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum::pointer);
auto newBase = builder.create<hlfir::DeclareOp>(
loc, boxAlloc, name, /*shape=*/nullptr, lenParams, attributes);
mlir::Value nullAddr =
builder.createNullConstant(loc, ptrBoxType.getEleTy());
// If the element type is known-length character, then
// EmboxOp does not need the length parameters.
if (auto charType = mlir::dyn_cast<fir::CharacterType>(
fir::unwrapSequenceType(baseType)))
if (!charType.hasDynamicLen())
lenParams.clear();
// Inherit the shape (and maybe length parameters) from the pointee
// declaration.
mlir::Value initVal =
builder.create<fir::EmboxOp>(loc, ptrBoxType, nullAddr, shapeOrShift,
/*slice=*/nullptr, lenParams);
builder.create<fir::StoreOp>(loc, initVal, newBase.getBase());
// Any reference to the pointee is going to be using the pointer
// box from now on. The base_addr of the descriptor must be updated
// to hold the value of the Cray pointer at the point of the pointee
// access.
// Note that the same Cray pointer may be associated with
// multiple pointees and each of them has its own descriptor.
symMap.addVariableDefinition(sym, newBase, force);
return;
}
auto newBase = builder.create<hlfir::DeclareOp>(
loc, base, name, shapeOrShift, lenParams, attributes, cudaAttr);
symMap.addVariableDefinition(sym, newBase, force);
return;
}
if (len) {
if (!shape.empty()) {
if (!lbounds.empty())
symMap.addCharSymbolWithBounds(sym, base, len, shape, lbounds, force);
else
symMap.addCharSymbolWithShape(sym, base, len, shape, force);
} else {
symMap.addCharSymbol(sym, base, len, force);
}
} else {
if (!shape.empty()) {
if (!lbounds.empty())
symMap.addSymbolWithBounds(sym, base, shape, lbounds, force);
else
symMap.addSymbolWithShape(sym, base, shape, force);
} else {
symMap.addSymbol(sym, base, force);
}
}
}
/// Map a symbol to its FIR address and evaluated specification expressions
/// provided as a fir::ExtendedValue. Will optionally create fir.declare.
void Fortran::lower::genDeclareSymbol(
Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap, const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym,
const fir::ExtendedValue &exv, fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum extraFlags,
bool force) {
if (converter.getLoweringOptions().getLowerToHighLevelFIR() &&
!Fortran::semantics::IsProcedure(sym) &&
!sym.detailsIf<Fortran::semantics::CommonBlockDetails>()) {
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
const mlir::Location loc = genLocation(converter, sym);
// FIXME: Using the ultimate symbol for translating symbol attributes will
// lead to situations where the VOLATILE/ASYNCHRONOUS attributes are not
// propagated to the hlfir.declare (these attributes can be added when
// using module variables).
fir::FortranVariableFlagsAttr attributes =
Fortran::lower::translateSymbolAttributes(
builder.getContext(), sym.GetUltimate(), extraFlags);
fir::CUDADataAttributeAttr cudaAttr =
Fortran::lower::translateSymbolCUDADataAttribute(builder.getContext(),
sym.GetUltimate());
auto name = converter.mangleName(sym);
hlfir::EntityWithAttributes declare =
hlfir::genDeclare(loc, builder, exv, name, attributes, cudaAttr);
symMap.addVariableDefinition(sym, declare.getIfVariableInterface(), force);
return;
}
symMap.addSymbol(sym, exv, force);
}
/// Map an allocatable or pointer symbol to its FIR address and evaluated
/// specification expressions. Will optionally create fir.declare.
static void
genAllocatableOrPointerDeclare(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap,
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym,
fir::MutableBoxValue box, bool force = false) {
if (!converter.getLoweringOptions().getLowerToHighLevelFIR()) {
symMap.addAllocatableOrPointer(sym, box, force);
return;
}
assert(!box.isDescribedByVariables() &&
"HLFIR alloctables/pointers must be fir.ref<fir.box>");
mlir::Value base = box.getAddr();
mlir::Value explictLength;
if (box.hasNonDeferredLenParams()) {
if (!box.isCharacter())
TODO(genLocation(converter, sym),
"Pointer or Allocatable parametrized derived type");
explictLength = box.nonDeferredLenParams()[0];
}
genDeclareSymbol(converter, symMap, sym, base, explictLength,
/*shape=*/std::nullopt,
/*lbounds=*/std::nullopt, force);
}
/// Map a procedure pointer
static void genProcPointer(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap,
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym,
mlir::Value addr, bool force = false) {
genDeclareSymbol(converter, symMap, sym, addr, mlir::Value{},
/*shape=*/std::nullopt,
/*lbounds=*/std::nullopt, force);
}
/// Map a symbol represented with a runtime descriptor to its FIR fir.box and
/// evaluated specification expressions. Will optionally create fir.declare.
static void genBoxDeclare(Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap,
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym,
mlir::Value box, llvm::ArrayRef<mlir::Value> lbounds,
llvm::ArrayRef<mlir::Value> explicitParams,
llvm::ArrayRef<mlir::Value> explicitExtents,
bool replace = false) {
if (converter.getLoweringOptions().getLowerToHighLevelFIR()) {
fir::BoxValue boxValue{box, lbounds, explicitParams, explicitExtents};
Fortran::lower::genDeclareSymbol(
converter, symMap, sym, std::move(boxValue),
fir::FortranVariableFlagsEnum::None, replace);
return;
}
symMap.addBoxSymbol(sym, box, lbounds, explicitParams, explicitExtents,
replace);
}
/// Lower specification expressions and attributes of variable \p var and
/// add it to the symbol map. For a global or an alias, the address must be
/// pre-computed and provided in \p preAlloc. A dummy argument for the current
/// entry point has already been mapped to an mlir block argument in
/// mapDummiesAndResults. Its mapping may be updated here.
void Fortran::lower::mapSymbolAttributes(
AbstractConverter &converter, const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var,
Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap, Fortran::lower::StatementContext &stmtCtx,
mlir::Value preAlloc) {
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym = var.getSymbol();
const mlir::Location loc = genLocation(converter, sym);
mlir::IndexType idxTy = builder.getIndexType();
const bool isDeclaredDummy = Fortran::semantics::IsDummy(sym);
// An active dummy from the current entry point.
const bool isDummy = isDeclaredDummy && symMap.lookupSymbol(sym).getAddr();
// An unused dummy from another entry point.
const bool isUnusedEntryDummy = isDeclaredDummy && !isDummy;
const bool isResult = Fortran::semantics::IsFunctionResult(sym);
const bool replace = isDummy || isResult;
fir::factory::CharacterExprHelper charHelp{builder, loc};
if (Fortran::semantics::IsProcedure(sym)) {
if (isUnusedEntryDummy) {
// Additional discussion below.
mlir::Type dummyProcType =
Fortran::lower::getDummyProcedureType(sym, converter);
mlir::Value undefOp = builder.create<fir::UndefOp>(loc, dummyProcType);
Fortran::lower::genDeclareSymbol(converter, symMap, sym, undefOp);
}
// Procedure pointer.
if (Fortran::semantics::IsPointer(sym)) {
// global
mlir::Value boxAlloc = preAlloc;
// dummy or passed result
if (!boxAlloc)
if (Fortran::lower::SymbolBox symbox = symMap.lookupSymbol(sym))
boxAlloc = symbox.getAddr();
// local
if (!boxAlloc)
boxAlloc = createNewLocal(converter, loc, var, preAlloc);
genProcPointer(converter, symMap, sym, boxAlloc, replace);
}
return;
}
if (Fortran::evaluate::IsAssumedRank(sym))
TODO(loc, "assumed-rank variable in procedure implemented in Fortran");
Fortran::lower::BoxAnalyzer ba;
ba.analyze(sym);
// First deal with pointers and allocatables, because their handling here
// is the same regardless of their rank.
if (Fortran::semantics::IsAllocatableOrPointer(sym)) {
// Get address of fir.box describing the entity.
// global
mlir::Value boxAlloc = preAlloc;
// dummy or passed result
if (!boxAlloc)
if (Fortran::lower::SymbolBox symbox = symMap.lookupSymbol(sym))
boxAlloc = symbox.getAddr();
// local
if (!boxAlloc)
boxAlloc = createNewLocal(converter, loc, var, preAlloc);
// Lower non deferred parameters.
llvm::SmallVector<mlir::Value> nonDeferredLenParams;
if (ba.isChar()) {
if (mlir::Value len =
lowerExplicitCharLen(converter, loc, ba, symMap, stmtCtx))
nonDeferredLenParams.push_back(len);
else if (Fortran::semantics::IsAssumedLengthCharacter(sym))
nonDeferredLenParams.push_back(
Fortran::lower::getAssumedCharAllocatableOrPointerLen(
builder, loc, sym, boxAlloc));
} else if (const Fortran::semantics::DeclTypeSpec *declTy = sym.GetType()) {
if (const Fortran::semantics::DerivedTypeSpec *derived =
declTy->AsDerived())
if (Fortran::semantics::CountLenParameters(*derived) != 0)
TODO(loc,
"derived type allocatable or pointer with length parameters");
}
fir::MutableBoxValue box = Fortran::lower::createMutableBox(
converter, loc, var, boxAlloc, nonDeferredLenParams,
/*alwaysUseBox=*/
converter.getLoweringOptions().getLowerToHighLevelFIR());
genAllocatableOrPointerDeclare(converter, symMap, var.getSymbol(), box,
replace);
return;
}
if (isDummy) {
mlir::Value dummyArg = symMap.lookupSymbol(sym).getAddr();
if (lowerToBoxValue(sym, dummyArg, converter)) {
llvm::SmallVector<mlir::Value> lbounds;
llvm::SmallVector<mlir::Value> explicitExtents;
llvm::SmallVector<mlir::Value> explicitParams;
// Lower lower bounds, explicit type parameters and explicit
// extents if any.
if (ba.isChar()) {
if (mlir::Value len =
lowerExplicitCharLen(converter, loc, ba, symMap, stmtCtx))
explicitParams.push_back(len);
if (sym.Rank() == 0) {
// Do not keep scalar characters as fir.box (even when optional).
// Lowering and FIR is not meant to deal with scalar characters as
// fir.box outside of calls.
auto boxTy = dummyArg.getType().dyn_cast<fir::BaseBoxType>();
mlir::Type refTy = builder.getRefType(boxTy.getEleTy());
mlir::Type lenType = builder.getCharacterLengthType();
mlir::Value addr, len;
if (Fortran::semantics::IsOptional(sym)) {
auto isPresent = builder.create<fir::IsPresentOp>(
loc, builder.getI1Type(), dummyArg);
auto addrAndLen =
builder
.genIfOp(loc, {refTy, lenType}, isPresent,
/*withElseRegion=*/true)
.genThen([&]() {
mlir::Value readAddr =
builder.create<fir::BoxAddrOp>(loc, refTy, dummyArg);
mlir::Value readLength =
charHelp.readLengthFromBox(dummyArg);
builder.create<fir::ResultOp>(
loc, mlir::ValueRange{readAddr, readLength});
})
.genElse([&] {
mlir::Value readAddr = builder.genAbsentOp(loc, refTy);
mlir::Value readLength =
fir::factory::createZeroValue(builder, loc, lenType);
builder.create<fir::ResultOp>(
loc, mlir::ValueRange{readAddr, readLength});
})
.getResults();
addr = addrAndLen[0];
len = addrAndLen[1];
} else {
addr = builder.create<fir::BoxAddrOp>(loc, refTy, dummyArg);
len = charHelp.readLengthFromBox(dummyArg);
}
if (!explicitParams.empty())
len = explicitParams[0];
::genDeclareSymbol(converter, symMap, sym, addr, len, /*extents=*/{},
/*lbounds=*/{}, replace);
return;
}
}
// TODO: derived type length parameters.
lowerExplicitLowerBounds(converter, loc, ba, lbounds, symMap, stmtCtx);
lowerExplicitExtents(converter, loc, ba, lbounds, explicitExtents, symMap,
stmtCtx);
genBoxDeclare(converter, symMap, sym, dummyArg, lbounds, explicitParams,
explicitExtents, replace);
return;
}
}
// A dummy from another entry point that is not declared in the current
// entry point requires a skeleton definition. Most such "unused" dummies
// will not survive into final generated code, but some will. It is illegal
// to reference one at run time if it does. Such a dummy is mapped to a
// value in one of three ways:
//
// - Generate a fir::UndefOp value. This is lightweight, easy to clean up,
// and often valid, but it may fail for a dummy with dynamic bounds,
// or a dummy used to define another dummy. Information to distinguish
// valid cases is not generally available here, with the exception of
// dummy procedures. See the first function exit above.
//
// - Allocate an uninitialized stack slot. This is an intermediate-weight
// solution that is harder to clean up. It is often valid, but may fail
// for an object with dynamic bounds. This option is "automatically"
// used by default for cases that do not use one of the other options.
//
// - Allocate a heap box/descriptor, initialized to zero. This always
// works, but is more heavyweight and harder to clean up. It is used
// for dynamic objects via calls to genUnusedEntryPointBox.
auto genUnusedEntryPointBox = [&]() {
if (isUnusedEntryDummy) {
assert(!Fortran::semantics::IsAllocatableOrPointer(sym) &&
"handled above");
// The box is read right away because lowering code does not expect
// a non pointer/allocatable symbol to be mapped to a MutableBox.
mlir::Type ty = converter.genType(var);
bool isPolymorphic = false;
if (auto boxTy = ty.dyn_cast<fir::BaseBoxType>()) {
isPolymorphic = ty.isa<fir::ClassType>();
ty = boxTy.getEleTy();
}
Fortran::lower::genDeclareSymbol(
converter, symMap, sym,
fir::factory::genMutableBoxRead(
builder, loc,
fir::factory::createTempMutableBox(builder, loc, ty, {}, {},
isPolymorphic)));
return true;
}
return false;
};
// Helper to generate scalars for the symbol properties.
auto genValue = [&](const Fortran::lower::SomeExpr &expr) {
return genScalarValue(converter, loc, expr, symMap, stmtCtx);
};
// For symbols reaching this point, all properties are constant and can be
// read/computed already into ssa values.
// The origin must be \vec{1}.
auto populateShape = [&](auto &shapes, const auto &bounds, mlir::Value box) {
for (auto iter : llvm::enumerate(bounds)) {
auto *spec = iter.value();
assert(spec->lbound().GetExplicit() &&
"lbound must be explicit with constant value 1");
if (auto high = spec->ubound().GetExplicit()) {
Fortran::lower::SomeExpr highEx{*high};
mlir::Value ub = genValue(highEx);
ub = builder.createConvert(loc, idxTy, ub);
shapes.emplace_back(fir::factory::genMaxWithZero(builder, loc, ub));
} else if (spec->ubound().isColon()) {
assert(box && "assumed bounds require a descriptor");
mlir::Value dim =
builder.createIntegerConstant(loc, idxTy, iter.index());
auto dimInfo =
builder.create<fir::BoxDimsOp>(loc, idxTy, idxTy, idxTy, box, dim);
shapes.emplace_back(dimInfo.getResult(1));
} else if (spec->ubound().isStar()) {
shapes.emplace_back(getAssumedSizeExtent(loc, builder));
} else {
llvm::report_fatal_error("unknown bound category");
}
}
};
// The origin is not \vec{1}.
auto populateLBoundsExtents = [&](auto &lbounds, auto &extents,
const auto &bounds, mlir::Value box) {
for (auto iter : llvm::enumerate(bounds)) {
auto *spec = iter.value();
fir::BoxDimsOp dimInfo;
mlir::Value ub, lb;
if (spec->lbound().isColon() || spec->ubound().isColon()) {
// This is an assumed shape because allocatables and pointers extents
// are not constant in the scope and are not read here.
assert(box && "deferred bounds require a descriptor");
mlir::Value dim =
builder.createIntegerConstant(loc, idxTy, iter.index());
dimInfo =
builder.create<fir::BoxDimsOp>(loc, idxTy, idxTy, idxTy, box, dim);
extents.emplace_back(dimInfo.getResult(1));
if (auto low = spec->lbound().GetExplicit()) {
auto expr = Fortran::lower::SomeExpr{*low};
mlir::Value lb = builder.createConvert(loc, idxTy, genValue(expr));
lbounds.emplace_back(lb);
} else {
// Implicit lower bound is 1 (Fortran 2018 section 8.5.8.3 point 3.)
lbounds.emplace_back(builder.createIntegerConstant(loc, idxTy, 1));
}
} else {
if (auto low = spec->lbound().GetExplicit()) {
auto expr = Fortran::lower::SomeExpr{*low};
lb = builder.createConvert(loc, idxTy, genValue(expr));
} else {
TODO(loc, "support for assumed rank entities");
}
lbounds.emplace_back(lb);
if (auto high = spec->ubound().GetExplicit()) {
auto expr = Fortran::lower::SomeExpr{*high};
ub = builder.createConvert(loc, idxTy, genValue(expr));
extents.emplace_back(computeExtent(builder, loc, lb, ub));
} else {
// An assumed size array. The extent is not computed.
assert(spec->ubound().isStar() && "expected assumed size");
extents.emplace_back(getAssumedSizeExtent(loc, builder));
}
}
}
};
//===--------------------------------------------------------------===//
// Non Pointer non allocatable scalar, explicit shape, and assumed
// size arrays.
// Lower the specification expressions.
//===--------------------------------------------------------------===//
mlir::Value len;
llvm::SmallVector<mlir::Value> extents;
llvm::SmallVector<mlir::Value> lbounds;
auto arg = symMap.lookupSymbol(sym).getAddr();
mlir::Value addr = preAlloc;
if (arg)
if (auto boxTy = arg.getType().dyn_cast<fir::BaseBoxType>()) {
// Contiguous assumed shape that can be tracked without a fir.box.
mlir::Type refTy = builder.getRefType(boxTy.getEleTy());
addr = builder.create<fir::BoxAddrOp>(loc, refTy, arg);
}
// Compute/Extract character length.
if (ba.isChar()) {
if (arg) {
assert(!preAlloc && "dummy cannot be pre-allocated");
if (arg.getType().isa<fir::BoxCharType>())
std::tie(addr, len) = charHelp.createUnboxChar(arg);
else if (!addr)
addr = arg;
// Ensure proper type is given to array/scalar that was transmitted as a
// fir.boxchar arg or is a statement function actual argument with
// a different length than the dummy.
mlir::Type castTy = builder.getRefType(converter.genType(var));
addr = builder.createConvert(loc, castTy, addr);
}
if (std::optional<int64_t> cstLen = ba.getCharLenConst()) {
// Static length
len = builder.createIntegerConstant(loc, idxTy, *cstLen);
} else {
// Dynamic length
if (genUnusedEntryPointBox())
return;
if (std::optional<Fortran::lower::SomeExpr> charLenExpr =
ba.getCharLenExpr()) {
// Explicit length
mlir::Value rawLen = genValue(*charLenExpr);
// If the length expression is negative, the length is zero. See
// F2018 7.4.4.2 point 5.
len = fir::factory::genMaxWithZero(builder, loc, rawLen);
} else if (!len) {
// Assumed length fir.box (possible for contiguous assumed shapes).
// Read length from box.
assert(arg && arg.getType().isa<fir::BoxType>() &&
"must be character dummy fir.box");
len = charHelp.readLengthFromBox(arg);
}
}
}
// Compute array extents and lower bounds.
if (ba.isArray()) {
if (ba.isStaticArray()) {
if (ba.lboundIsAllOnes()) {
for (std::int64_t extent :
recoverShapeVector(ba.staticShape(), preAlloc))
extents.push_back(genExtentValue(builder, loc, idxTy, extent));
} else {
for (auto [lb, extent] :
llvm::zip(ba.staticLBound(),
recoverShapeVector(ba.staticShape(), preAlloc))) {
lbounds.emplace_back(builder.createIntegerConstant(loc, idxTy, lb));
extents.emplace_back(genExtentValue(builder, loc, idxTy, extent));
}
}
} else {
// Non compile time constant shape.
if (genUnusedEntryPointBox())
return;
if (ba.lboundIsAllOnes())
populateShape(extents, ba.dynamicBound(), arg);
else
populateLBoundsExtents(lbounds, extents, ba.dynamicBound(), arg);
}
}
// Allocate or extract raw address for the entity
if (!addr) {
if (arg) {
mlir::Type argType = arg.getType();
const bool isCptrByVal = Fortran::semantics::IsBuiltinCPtr(sym) &&
Fortran::lower::isCPtrArgByValueType(argType);
if (isCptrByVal || !fir::conformsWithPassByRef(argType)) {
// Dummy argument passed in register. Place the value in memory at that
// point since lowering expect symbols to be mapped to memory addresses.
mlir::Type symType = converter.genType(sym);
addr = builder.create<fir::AllocaOp>(loc, symType);
if (isCptrByVal) {
// Place the void* address into the CPTR address component.
mlir::Value addrComponent =
fir::factory::genCPtrOrCFunptrAddr(builder, loc, addr, symType);
builder.createStoreWithConvert(loc, arg, addrComponent);
} else {
builder.createStoreWithConvert(loc, arg, addr);
}
} else {
// Dummy address, or address of result whose storage is passed by the
// caller.
assert(fir::isa_ref_type(argType) && "must be a memory address");
addr = arg;
}
} else {
// Local variables
llvm::SmallVector<mlir::Value> typeParams;
if (len)
typeParams.emplace_back(len);
addr = createNewLocal(converter, loc, var, preAlloc, extents, typeParams);
}
}
::genDeclareSymbol(converter, symMap, sym, addr, len, extents, lbounds,
replace);
return;
}
void Fortran::lower::defineModuleVariable(
AbstractConverter &converter, const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable &var) {
// Use empty linkage for module variables, which makes them available
// for use in another unit.
mlir::StringAttr linkage =
getLinkageAttribute(converter.getFirOpBuilder(), var);
if (!var.isGlobal())
fir::emitFatalError(converter.getCurrentLocation(),
"attempting to lower module variable as local");
// Define aggregate storages for equivalenced objects.
if (var.isAggregateStore()) {
const Fortran::lower::pft::Variable::AggregateStore &aggregate =
var.getAggregateStore();
std::string aggName = mangleGlobalAggregateStore(converter, aggregate);
defineGlobalAggregateStore(converter, aggregate, aggName, linkage);
return;
}
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym = var.getSymbol();
if (const Fortran::semantics::Symbol *common =
Fortran::semantics::FindCommonBlockContaining(var.getSymbol())) {
// Nothing to do, common block are generated before everything. Ensure
// this was done by calling getCommonBlockGlobal.
getCommonBlockGlobal(converter, *common);
} else if (var.isAlias()) {
// Do nothing. Mapping will be done on user side.
} else {
std::string globalName = converter.mangleName(sym);
fir::CUDADataAttributeAttr cudaAttr =
Fortran::lower::translateSymbolCUDADataAttribute(
converter.getFirOpBuilder().getContext(), sym);
defineGlobal(converter, var, globalName, linkage, cudaAttr);
}
}
void Fortran::lower::instantiateVariable(AbstractConverter &converter,
const pft::Variable &var,
Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap,
AggregateStoreMap &storeMap) {
if (var.hasSymbol()) {
// Do not try to instantiate symbols twice, except for dummies and results,
// that may have been mapped to the MLIR entry block arguments, and for
// which the explicit specifications, if any, has not yet been lowered.
const auto &sym = var.getSymbol();
if (!IsDummy(sym) && !IsFunctionResult(sym) && symMap.lookupSymbol(sym))
return;
}
LLVM_DEBUG(llvm::dbgs() << "instantiateVariable: "; var.dump());
if (var.isAggregateStore())
instantiateAggregateStore(converter, var, storeMap);
else if (const Fortran::semantics::Symbol *common =
Fortran::semantics::FindCommonBlockContaining(
var.getSymbol().GetUltimate()))
instantiateCommon(converter, *common, var, symMap);
else if (var.isAlias())
instantiateAlias(converter, var, symMap, storeMap);
else if (var.isGlobal())
instantiateGlobal(converter, var, symMap);
else
instantiateLocal(converter, var, symMap);
}
void Fortran::lower::mapCallInterfaceSymbols(
AbstractConverter &converter, const Fortran::lower::CallerInterface &caller,
SymMap &symMap) {
Fortran::lower::AggregateStoreMap storeMap;
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &result = caller.getResultSymbol();
for (Fortran::lower::pft::Variable var :
Fortran::lower::pft::getDependentVariableList(result)) {
if (var.isAggregateStore()) {
instantiateVariable(converter, var, symMap, storeMap);
continue;
}
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &sym = var.getSymbol();
if (&sym == &result)
continue;
const auto *hostDetails =
sym.detailsIf<Fortran::semantics::HostAssocDetails>();
if (hostDetails && !var.isModuleOrSubmoduleVariable()) {
// The callee is an internal procedure `A` whose result properties
// depend on host variables. The caller may be the host, or another
// internal procedure `B` contained in the same host. In the first
// case, the host symbol is obviously mapped, in the second case, it
// must also be mapped because
// HostAssociations::internalProcedureBindings that was called when
// lowering `B` will have mapped all host symbols of captured variables
// to the tuple argument containing the composite of all host associated
// variables, whether or not the host symbol is actually referred to in
// `B`. Hence it is possible to simply lookup the variable associated to
// the host symbol without having to go back to the tuple argument.
symMap.copySymbolBinding(hostDetails->symbol(), sym);
// The SymbolBox associated to the host symbols is complete, skip
// instantiateVariable that would try to allocate a new storage.
continue;
}
if (Fortran::semantics::IsDummy(sym) && sym.owner() == result.owner()) {
// Get the argument for the dummy argument symbols of the current call.
symMap.addSymbol(sym, caller.getArgumentValue(sym));
// All the properties of the dummy variable may not come from the actual
// argument, let instantiateVariable handle this.
}
// If this is neither a host associated or dummy symbol, it must be a
// module or common block variable to satisfy specification expression
// requirements in 10.1.11, instantiateVariable will get its address and
// properties.
instantiateVariable(converter, var, symMap, storeMap);
}
}
void Fortran::lower::mapSymbolAttributes(
AbstractConverter &converter, const Fortran::semantics::SymbolRef &symbol,
Fortran::lower::SymMap &symMap, Fortran::lower::StatementContext &stmtCtx,
mlir::Value preAlloc) {
mapSymbolAttributes(converter, pft::Variable{symbol}, symMap, stmtCtx,
preAlloc);
}
void Fortran::lower::createIntrinsicModuleGlobal(
Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter, const pft::Variable &var) {
defineGlobal(converter, var, converter.mangleName(var.getSymbol()),
converter.getFirOpBuilder().createLinkOnceODRLinkage());
}
void Fortran::lower::createRuntimeTypeInfoGlobal(
Fortran::lower::AbstractConverter &converter,
const Fortran::semantics::Symbol &typeInfoSym) {
fir::FirOpBuilder &builder = converter.getFirOpBuilder();
std::string globalName = converter.mangleName(typeInfoSym);
auto var = Fortran::lower::pft::Variable(typeInfoSym, /*global=*/true);
mlir::StringAttr linkage = getLinkageAttribute(builder, var);
defineGlobal(converter, var, globalName, linkage);
}
Fortran::semantics::SymbolRef
Fortran::lower::getCrayPointer(Fortran::semantics::SymbolRef sym) {
assert(!sym->GetUltimate().owner().crayPointers().empty() &&
"empty Cray pointer/pointee map");
for (const auto &[pointee, pointer] :
sym->GetUltimate().owner().crayPointers()) {
if (pointee == sym->name()) {
Fortran::semantics::SymbolRef v{pointer.get()};
return v;
}
}
llvm_unreachable("corresponding Cray pointer cannot be found");
}