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//===- SROA.cpp - Scalar Replacement Of Aggregates ------------------------===//
//
// The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
//
// This file is distributed under the University of Illinois Open Source
// License. See LICENSE.TXT for details.
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
/// \file
/// This transformation implements the well known scalar replacement of
/// aggregates transformation. It tries to identify promotable elements of an
/// aggregate alloca, and promote them to registers. It will also try to
/// convert uses of an element (or set of elements) of an alloca into a vector
/// or bitfield-style integer scalar if appropriate.
///
/// It works to do this with minimal slicing of the alloca so that regions
/// which are merely transferred in and out of external memory remain unchanged
/// and are not decomposed to scalar code.
///
/// Because this also performs alloca promotion, it can be thought of as also
/// serving the purpose of SSA formation. The algorithm iterates on the
/// function until all opportunities for promotion have been realized.
///
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
#include "llvm/Transforms/Scalar.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/STLExtras.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/SetVector.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/SmallVector.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/Statistic.h"
#include "llvm/Analysis/AssumptionCache.h"
#include "llvm/Analysis/Loads.h"
#include "llvm/Analysis/PtrUseVisitor.h"
#include "llvm/Analysis/ValueTracking.h"
#include "llvm/IR/Constants.h"
#include "llvm/IR/DIBuilder.h"
#include "llvm/IR/DataLayout.h"
#include "llvm/IR/DebugInfo.h"
#include "llvm/IR/DerivedTypes.h"
#include "llvm/IR/Dominators.h"
#include "llvm/IR/Function.h"
#include "llvm/IR/IRBuilder.h"
#include "llvm/IR/InstVisitor.h"
#include "llvm/IR/Instructions.h"
#include "llvm/IR/IntrinsicInst.h"
#include "llvm/IR/LLVMContext.h"
#include "llvm/IR/Operator.h"
#include "llvm/Pass.h"
#include "llvm/Support/CommandLine.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Compiler.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Debug.h"
#include "llvm/Support/ErrorHandling.h"
#include "llvm/Support/MathExtras.h"
#include "llvm/Support/TimeValue.h"
#include "llvm/Support/raw_ostream.h"
#include "llvm/Transforms/Utils/Local.h"
#include "llvm/Transforms/Utils/PromoteMemToReg.h"
#include "llvm/Transforms/Utils/SSAUpdater.h"
#if __cplusplus >= 201103L && !defined(NDEBUG)
// We only use this for a debug check in C++11
#include <random>
#endif
using namespace llvm;
#define DEBUG_TYPE "sroa"
STATISTIC(NumAllocasAnalyzed, "Number of allocas analyzed for replacement");
STATISTIC(NumAllocaPartitions, "Number of alloca partitions formed");
STATISTIC(MaxPartitionsPerAlloca, "Maximum number of partitions per alloca");
STATISTIC(NumAllocaPartitionUses, "Number of alloca partition uses rewritten");
STATISTIC(MaxUsesPerAllocaPartition, "Maximum number of uses of a partition");
STATISTIC(NumNewAllocas, "Number of new, smaller allocas introduced");
STATISTIC(NumPromoted, "Number of allocas promoted to SSA values");
STATISTIC(NumLoadsSpeculated, "Number of loads speculated to allow promotion");
STATISTIC(NumDeleted, "Number of instructions deleted");
STATISTIC(NumVectorized, "Number of vectorized aggregates");
/// Hidden option to force the pass to not use DomTree and mem2reg, instead
/// forming SSA values through the SSAUpdater infrastructure.
static cl::opt<bool> ForceSSAUpdater("force-ssa-updater", cl::init(false),
cl::Hidden);
/// Hidden option to enable randomly shuffling the slices to help uncover
/// instability in their order.
static cl::opt<bool> SROARandomShuffleSlices("sroa-random-shuffle-slices",
cl::init(false), cl::Hidden);
/// Hidden option to experiment with completely strict handling of inbounds
/// GEPs.
static cl::opt<bool> SROAStrictInbounds("sroa-strict-inbounds", cl::init(false),
cl::Hidden);
namespace {
/// \brief A custom IRBuilder inserter which prefixes all names if they are
/// preserved.
template <bool preserveNames = true>
class IRBuilderPrefixedInserter
: public IRBuilderDefaultInserter<preserveNames> {
std::string Prefix;
public:
void SetNamePrefix(const Twine &P) { Prefix = P.str(); }
protected:
void InsertHelper(Instruction *I, const Twine &Name, BasicBlock *BB,
BasicBlock::iterator InsertPt) const {
IRBuilderDefaultInserter<preserveNames>::InsertHelper(
I, Name.isTriviallyEmpty() ? Name : Prefix + Name, BB, InsertPt);
}
};
// Specialization for not preserving the name is trivial.
template <>
class IRBuilderPrefixedInserter<false>
: public IRBuilderDefaultInserter<false> {
public:
void SetNamePrefix(const Twine &P) {}
};
/// \brief Provide a typedef for IRBuilder that drops names in release builds.
#ifndef NDEBUG
typedef llvm::IRBuilder<true, ConstantFolder, IRBuilderPrefixedInserter<true>>
IRBuilderTy;
#else
typedef llvm::IRBuilder<false, ConstantFolder, IRBuilderPrefixedInserter<false>>
IRBuilderTy;
#endif
}
namespace {
/// \brief A used slice of an alloca.
///
/// This structure represents a slice of an alloca used by some instruction. It
/// stores both the begin and end offsets of this use, a pointer to the use
/// itself, and a flag indicating whether we can classify the use as splittable
/// or not when forming partitions of the alloca.
class Slice {
/// \brief The beginning offset of the range.
uint64_t BeginOffset;
/// \brief The ending offset, not included in the range.
uint64_t EndOffset;
/// \brief Storage for both the use of this slice and whether it can be
/// split.
PointerIntPair<Use *, 1, bool> UseAndIsSplittable;
public:
Slice() : BeginOffset(), EndOffset() {}
Slice(uint64_t BeginOffset, uint64_t EndOffset, Use *U, bool IsSplittable)
: BeginOffset(BeginOffset), EndOffset(EndOffset),
UseAndIsSplittable(U, IsSplittable) {}
uint64_t beginOffset() const { return BeginOffset; }
uint64_t endOffset() const { return EndOffset; }
bool isSplittable() const { return UseAndIsSplittable.getInt(); }
void makeUnsplittable() { UseAndIsSplittable.setInt(false); }
Use *getUse() const { return UseAndIsSplittable.getPointer(); }
bool isDead() const { return getUse() == nullptr; }
void kill() { UseAndIsSplittable.setPointer(nullptr); }
/// \brief Support for ordering ranges.
///
/// This provides an ordering over ranges such that start offsets are
/// always increasing, and within equal start offsets, the end offsets are
/// decreasing. Thus the spanning range comes first in a cluster with the
/// same start position.
bool operator<(const Slice &RHS) const {
if (beginOffset() < RHS.beginOffset())
return true;
if (beginOffset() > RHS.beginOffset())
return false;
if (isSplittable() != RHS.isSplittable())
return !isSplittable();
if (endOffset() > RHS.endOffset())
return true;
return false;
}
/// \brief Support comparison with a single offset to allow binary searches.
friend LLVM_ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED bool operator<(const Slice &LHS,
uint64_t RHSOffset) {
return LHS.beginOffset() < RHSOffset;
}
friend LLVM_ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED bool operator<(uint64_t LHSOffset,
const Slice &RHS) {
return LHSOffset < RHS.beginOffset();
}
bool operator==(const Slice &RHS) const {
return isSplittable() == RHS.isSplittable() &&
beginOffset() == RHS.beginOffset() && endOffset() == RHS.endOffset();
}
bool operator!=(const Slice &RHS) const { return !operator==(RHS); }
};
} // end anonymous namespace
namespace llvm {
template <typename T> struct isPodLike;
template <> struct isPodLike<Slice> { static const bool value = true; };
}
namespace {
/// \brief Representation of the alloca slices.
///
/// This class represents the slices of an alloca which are formed by its
/// various uses. If a pointer escapes, we can't fully build a representation
/// for the slices used and we reflect that in this structure. The uses are
/// stored, sorted by increasing beginning offset and with unsplittable slices
/// starting at a particular offset before splittable slices.
class AllocaSlices {
public:
/// \brief Construct the slices of a particular alloca.
AllocaSlices(const DataLayout &DL, AllocaInst &AI);
/// \brief Test whether a pointer to the allocation escapes our analysis.
///
/// If this is true, the slices are never fully built and should be
/// ignored.
bool isEscaped() const { return PointerEscapingInstr; }
/// \brief Support for iterating over the slices.
/// @{
typedef SmallVectorImpl<Slice>::iterator iterator;
typedef iterator_range<iterator> range;
iterator begin() { return Slices.begin(); }
iterator end() { return Slices.end(); }
typedef SmallVectorImpl<Slice>::const_iterator const_iterator;
typedef iterator_range<const_iterator> const_range;
const_iterator begin() const { return Slices.begin(); }
const_iterator end() const { return Slices.end(); }
/// @}
/// \brief Erase a range of slices.
void erase(iterator Start, iterator Stop) { Slices.erase(Start, Stop); }
/// \brief Insert new slices for this alloca.
///
/// This moves the slices into the alloca's slices collection, and re-sorts
/// everything so that the usual ordering properties of the alloca's slices
/// hold.
void insert(ArrayRef<Slice> NewSlices) {
int OldSize = Slices.size();
Slices.append(NewSlices.begin(), NewSlices.end());
auto SliceI = Slices.begin() + OldSize;
std::sort(SliceI, Slices.end());
std::inplace_merge(Slices.begin(), SliceI, Slices.end());
}
// Forward declare an iterator to befriend it.
class partition_iterator;
/// \brief A partition of the slices.
///
/// An ephemeral representation for a range of slices which can be viewed as
/// a partition of the alloca. This range represents a span of the alloca's
/// memory which cannot be split, and provides access to all of the slices
/// overlapping some part of the partition.
///
/// Objects of this type are produced by traversing the alloca's slices, but
/// are only ephemeral and not persistent.
class Partition {
private:
friend class AllocaSlices;
friend class AllocaSlices::partition_iterator;
/// \brief The begining and ending offsets of the alloca for this partition.
uint64_t BeginOffset, EndOffset;
/// \brief The start end end iterators of this partition.
iterator SI, SJ;
/// \brief A collection of split slice tails overlapping the partition.
SmallVector<Slice *, 4> SplitTails;
/// \brief Raw constructor builds an empty partition starting and ending at
/// the given iterator.
Partition(iterator SI) : SI(SI), SJ(SI) {}
public:
/// \brief The start offset of this partition.
///
/// All of the contained slices start at or after this offset.
uint64_t beginOffset() const { return BeginOffset; }
/// \brief The end offset of this partition.
///
/// All of the contained slices end at or before this offset.
uint64_t endOffset() const { return EndOffset; }
/// \brief The size of the partition.
///
/// Note that this can never be zero.
uint64_t size() const {
assert(BeginOffset < EndOffset && "Partitions must span some bytes!");
return EndOffset - BeginOffset;
}
/// \brief Test whether this partition contains no slices, and merely spans
/// a region occupied by split slices.
bool empty() const { return SI == SJ; }
/// \name Iterate slices that start within the partition.
/// These may be splittable or unsplittable. They have a begin offset >= the
/// partition begin offset.
/// @{
// FIXME: We should probably define a "concat_iterator" helper and use that
// to stitch together pointee_iterators over the split tails and the
// contiguous iterators of the partition. That would give a much nicer
// interface here. We could then additionally expose filtered iterators for
// split, unsplit, and unsplittable splices based on the usage patterns.
iterator begin() const { return SI; }
iterator end() const { return SJ; }
/// @}
/// \brief Get the sequence of split slice tails.
///
/// These tails are of slices which start before this partition but are
/// split and overlap into the partition. We accumulate these while forming
/// partitions.
ArrayRef<Slice *> splitSliceTails() const { return SplitTails; }
};
/// \brief An iterator over partitions of the alloca's slices.
///
/// This iterator implements the core algorithm for partitioning the alloca's
/// slices. It is a forward iterator as we don't support backtracking for
/// efficiency reasons, and re-use a single storage area to maintain the
/// current set of split slices.
///
/// It is templated on the slice iterator type to use so that it can operate
/// with either const or non-const slice iterators.
class partition_iterator
: public iterator_facade_base<partition_iterator,
std::forward_iterator_tag, Partition> {
friend class AllocaSlices;
/// \brief Most of the state for walking the partitions is held in a class
/// with a nice interface for examining them.
Partition P;
/// \brief We need to keep the end of the slices to know when to stop.
AllocaSlices::iterator SE;
/// \brief We also need to keep track of the maximum split end offset seen.
/// FIXME: Do we really?
uint64_t MaxSplitSliceEndOffset;
/// \brief Sets the partition to be empty at given iterator, and sets the
/// end iterator.
partition_iterator(AllocaSlices::iterator SI, AllocaSlices::iterator SE)
: P(SI), SE(SE), MaxSplitSliceEndOffset(0) {
// If not already at the end, advance our state to form the initial
// partition.
if (SI != SE)
advance();
}
/// \brief Advance the iterator to the next partition.
///
/// Requires that the iterator not be at the end of the slices.
void advance() {
assert((P.SI != SE || !P.SplitTails.empty()) &&
"Cannot advance past the end of the slices!");
// Clear out any split uses which have ended.
if (!P.SplitTails.empty()) {
if (P.EndOffset >= MaxSplitSliceEndOffset) {
// If we've finished all splits, this is easy.
P.SplitTails.clear();
MaxSplitSliceEndOffset = 0;
} else {
// Remove the uses which have ended in the prior partition. This
// cannot change the max split slice end because we just checked that
// the prior partition ended prior to that max.
P.SplitTails.erase(
std::remove_if(
P.SplitTails.begin(), P.SplitTails.end(),
[&](Slice *S) { return S->endOffset() <= P.EndOffset; }),
P.SplitTails.end());
assert(std::any_of(P.SplitTails.begin(), P.SplitTails.end(),
[&](Slice *S) {
return S->endOffset() == MaxSplitSliceEndOffset;
}) &&
"Could not find the current max split slice offset!");
assert(std::all_of(P.SplitTails.begin(), P.SplitTails.end(),
[&](Slice *S) {
return S->endOffset() <= MaxSplitSliceEndOffset;
}) &&
"Max split slice end offset is not actually the max!");
}
}
// If P.SI is already at the end, then we've cleared the split tail and
// now have an end iterator.
if (P.SI == SE) {
assert(P.SplitTails.empty() && "Failed to clear the split slices!");
return;
}
// If we had a non-empty partition previously, set up the state for
// subsequent partitions.
if (P.SI != P.SJ) {
// Accumulate all the splittable slices which started in the old
// partition into the split list.
for (Slice &S : P)
if (S.isSplittable() && S.endOffset() > P.EndOffset) {
P.SplitTails.push_back(&S);
MaxSplitSliceEndOffset =
std::max(S.endOffset(), MaxSplitSliceEndOffset);
}
// Start from the end of the previous partition.
P.SI = P.SJ;
// If P.SI is now at the end, we at most have a tail of split slices.
if (P.SI == SE) {
P.BeginOffset = P.EndOffset;
P.EndOffset = MaxSplitSliceEndOffset;
return;
}
// If the we have split slices and the next slice is after a gap and is
// not splittable immediately form an empty partition for the split
// slices up until the next slice begins.
if (!P.SplitTails.empty() && P.SI->beginOffset() != P.EndOffset &&
!P.SI->isSplittable()) {
P.BeginOffset = P.EndOffset;
P.EndOffset = P.SI->beginOffset();
return;
}
}
// OK, we need to consume new slices. Set the end offset based on the
// current slice, and step SJ past it. The beginning offset of the
// parttion is the beginning offset of the next slice unless we have
// pre-existing split slices that are continuing, in which case we begin
// at the prior end offset.
P.BeginOffset = P.SplitTails.empty() ? P.SI->beginOffset() : P.EndOffset;
P.EndOffset = P.SI->endOffset();
++P.SJ;
// There are two strategies to form a partition based on whether the
// partition starts with an unsplittable slice or a splittable slice.
if (!P.SI->isSplittable()) {
// When we're forming an unsplittable region, it must always start at
// the first slice and will extend through its end.
assert(P.BeginOffset == P.SI->beginOffset());
// Form a partition including all of the overlapping slices with this
// unsplittable slice.
while (P.SJ != SE && P.SJ->beginOffset() < P.EndOffset) {
if (!P.SJ->isSplittable())
P.EndOffset = std::max(P.EndOffset, P.SJ->endOffset());
++P.SJ;
}
// We have a partition across a set of overlapping unsplittable
// partitions.
return;
}
// If we're starting with a splittable slice, then we need to form
// a synthetic partition spanning it and any other overlapping splittable
// splices.
assert(P.SI->isSplittable() && "Forming a splittable partition!");
// Collect all of the overlapping splittable slices.
while (P.SJ != SE && P.SJ->beginOffset() < P.EndOffset &&
P.SJ->isSplittable()) {
P.EndOffset = std::max(P.EndOffset, P.SJ->endOffset());
++P.SJ;
}
// Back upiP.EndOffset if we ended the span early when encountering an
// unsplittable slice. This synthesizes the early end offset of
// a partition spanning only splittable slices.
if (P.SJ != SE && P.SJ->beginOffset() < P.EndOffset) {
assert(!P.SJ->isSplittable());
P.EndOffset = P.SJ->beginOffset();
}
}
public:
bool operator==(const partition_iterator &RHS) const {
assert(SE == RHS.SE &&
"End iterators don't match between compared partition iterators!");
// The observed positions of partitions is marked by the P.SI iterator and
// the emptyness of the split slices. The latter is only relevant when
// P.SI == SE, as the end iterator will additionally have an empty split
// slices list, but the prior may have the same P.SI and a tail of split
// slices.
if (P.SI == RHS.P.SI &&
P.SplitTails.empty() == RHS.P.SplitTails.empty()) {
assert(P.SJ == RHS.P.SJ &&
"Same set of slices formed two different sized partitions!");
assert(P.SplitTails.size() == RHS.P.SplitTails.size() &&
"Same slice position with differently sized non-empty split "
"slice tails!");
return true;
}
return false;
}
partition_iterator &operator++() {
advance();
return *this;
}
Partition &operator*() { return P; }
};
/// \brief A forward range over the partitions of the alloca's slices.
///
/// This accesses an iterator range over the partitions of the alloca's
/// slices. It computes these partitions on the fly based on the overlapping
/// offsets of the slices and the ability to split them. It will visit "empty"
/// partitions to cover regions of the alloca only accessed via split
/// slices.
iterator_range<partition_iterator> partitions() {
return make_range(partition_iterator(begin(), end()),
partition_iterator(end(), end()));
}
/// \brief Access the dead users for this alloca.
ArrayRef<Instruction *> getDeadUsers() const { return DeadUsers; }
/// \brief Access the dead operands referring to this alloca.
///
/// These are operands which have cannot actually be used to refer to the
/// alloca as they are outside its range and the user doesn't correct for
/// that. These mostly consist of PHI node inputs and the like which we just
/// need to replace with undef.
ArrayRef<Use *> getDeadOperands() const { return DeadOperands; }
#if !defined(NDEBUG) || defined(LLVM_ENABLE_DUMP)
void print(raw_ostream &OS, const_iterator I, StringRef Indent = " ") const;
void printSlice(raw_ostream &OS, const_iterator I,
StringRef Indent = " ") const;
void printUse(raw_ostream &OS, const_iterator I,
StringRef Indent = " ") const;
void print(raw_ostream &OS) const;
void dump(const_iterator I) const;
void dump() const;
#endif
private:
template <typename DerivedT, typename RetT = void> class BuilderBase;
class SliceBuilder;
friend class AllocaSlices::SliceBuilder;
#if !defined(NDEBUG) || defined(LLVM_ENABLE_DUMP)
/// \brief Handle to alloca instruction to simplify method interfaces.
AllocaInst &AI;
#endif
/// \brief The instruction responsible for this alloca not having a known set
/// of slices.
///
/// When an instruction (potentially) escapes the pointer to the alloca, we
/// store a pointer to that here and abort trying to form slices of the
/// alloca. This will be null if the alloca slices are analyzed successfully.
Instruction *PointerEscapingInstr;
/// \brief The slices of the alloca.
///
/// We store a vector of the slices formed by uses of the alloca here. This
/// vector is sorted by increasing begin offset, and then the unsplittable
/// slices before the splittable ones. See the Slice inner class for more
/// details.
SmallVector<Slice, 8> Slices;
/// \brief Instructions which will become dead if we rewrite the alloca.
///
/// Note that these are not separated by slice. This is because we expect an
/// alloca to be completely rewritten or not rewritten at all. If rewritten,
/// all these instructions can simply be removed and replaced with undef as
/// they come from outside of the allocated space.
SmallVector<Instruction *, 8> DeadUsers;
/// \brief Operands which will become dead if we rewrite the alloca.
///
/// These are operands that in their particular use can be replaced with
/// undef when we rewrite the alloca. These show up in out-of-bounds inputs
/// to PHI nodes and the like. They aren't entirely dead (there might be
/// a GEP back into the bounds using it elsewhere) and nor is the PHI, but we
/// want to swap this particular input for undef to simplify the use lists of
/// the alloca.
SmallVector<Use *, 8> DeadOperands;
};
}
static Value *foldSelectInst(SelectInst &SI) {
// If the condition being selected on is a constant or the same value is
// being selected between, fold the select. Yes this does (rarely) happen
// early on.
if (ConstantInt *CI = dyn_cast<ConstantInt>(SI.getCondition()))
return SI.getOperand(1 + CI->isZero());
if (SI.getOperand(1) == SI.getOperand(2))
return SI.getOperand(1);
return nullptr;
}
/// \brief A helper that folds a PHI node or a select.
static Value *foldPHINodeOrSelectInst(Instruction &I) {
if (PHINode *PN = dyn_cast<PHINode>(&I)) {
// If PN merges together the same value, return that value.
return PN->hasConstantValue();
}
return foldSelectInst(cast<SelectInst>(I));
}
/// \brief Builder for the alloca slices.
///
/// This class builds a set of alloca slices by recursively visiting the uses
/// of an alloca and making a slice for each load and store at each offset.
class AllocaSlices::SliceBuilder : public PtrUseVisitor<SliceBuilder> {
friend class PtrUseVisitor<SliceBuilder>;
friend class InstVisitor<SliceBuilder>;
typedef PtrUseVisitor<SliceBuilder> Base;
const uint64_t AllocSize;
AllocaSlices &AS;
SmallDenseMap<Instruction *, unsigned> MemTransferSliceMap;
SmallDenseMap<Instruction *, uint64_t> PHIOrSelectSizes;
/// \brief Set to de-duplicate dead instructions found in the use walk.
SmallPtrSet<Instruction *, 4> VisitedDeadInsts;
public:
SliceBuilder(const DataLayout &DL, AllocaInst &AI, AllocaSlices &AS)
: PtrUseVisitor<SliceBuilder>(DL),
AllocSize(DL.getTypeAllocSize(AI.getAllocatedType())), AS(AS) {}
private:
void markAsDead(Instruction &I) {
if (VisitedDeadInsts.insert(&I).second)
AS.DeadUsers.push_back(&I);
}
void insertUse(Instruction &I, const APInt &Offset, uint64_t Size,
bool IsSplittable = false) {
// Completely skip uses which have a zero size or start either before or
// past the end of the allocation.
if (Size == 0 || Offset.uge(AllocSize)) {
DEBUG(dbgs() << "WARNING: Ignoring " << Size << " byte use @" << Offset
<< " which has zero size or starts outside of the "
<< AllocSize << " byte alloca:\n"
<< " alloca: " << AS.AI << "\n"
<< " use: " << I << "\n");
return markAsDead(I);
}
uint64_t BeginOffset = Offset.getZExtValue();
uint64_t EndOffset = BeginOffset + Size;
// Clamp the end offset to the end of the allocation. Note that this is
// formulated to handle even the case where "BeginOffset + Size" overflows.
// This may appear superficially to be something we could ignore entirely,
// but that is not so! There may be widened loads or PHI-node uses where
// some instructions are dead but not others. We can't completely ignore
// them, and so have to record at least the information here.
assert(AllocSize >= BeginOffset); // Established above.
if (Size > AllocSize - BeginOffset) {
DEBUG(dbgs() << "WARNING: Clamping a " << Size << " byte use @" << Offset
<< " to remain within the " << AllocSize << " byte alloca:\n"
<< " alloca: " << AS.AI << "\n"
<< " use: " << I << "\n");
EndOffset = AllocSize;
}
AS.Slices.push_back(Slice(BeginOffset, EndOffset, U, IsSplittable));
}
void visitBitCastInst(BitCastInst &BC) {
if (BC.use_empty())
return markAsDead(BC);
return Base::visitBitCastInst(BC);
}
void visitGetElementPtrInst(GetElementPtrInst &GEPI) {
if (GEPI.use_empty())
return markAsDead(GEPI);
if (SROAStrictInbounds && GEPI.isInBounds()) {
// FIXME: This is a manually un-factored variant of the basic code inside
// of GEPs with checking of the inbounds invariant specified in the
// langref in a very strict sense. If we ever want to enable
// SROAStrictInbounds, this code should be factored cleanly into
// PtrUseVisitor, but it is easier to experiment with SROAStrictInbounds
// by writing out the code here where we have tho underlying allocation
// size readily available.
APInt GEPOffset = Offset;
const DataLayout &DL = GEPI.getModule()->getDataLayout();
for (gep_type_iterator GTI = gep_type_begin(GEPI),
GTE = gep_type_end(GEPI);
GTI != GTE; ++GTI) {
ConstantInt *OpC = dyn_cast<ConstantInt>(GTI.getOperand());
if (!OpC)
break;
// Handle a struct index, which adds its field offset to the pointer.
if (StructType *STy = dyn_cast<StructType>(*GTI)) {
unsigned ElementIdx = OpC->getZExtValue();
const StructLayout *SL = DL.getStructLayout(STy);
GEPOffset +=
APInt(Offset.getBitWidth(), SL->getElementOffset(ElementIdx));
} else {
// For array or vector indices, scale the index by the size of the
// type.
APInt Index = OpC->getValue().sextOrTrunc(Offset.getBitWidth());
GEPOffset += Index * APInt(Offset.getBitWidth(),
DL.getTypeAllocSize(GTI.getIndexedType()));
}
// If this index has computed an intermediate pointer which is not
// inbounds, then the result of the GEP is a poison value and we can
// delete it and all uses.
if (GEPOffset.ugt(AllocSize))
return markAsDead(GEPI);
}
}
return Base::visitGetElementPtrInst(GEPI);
}
void handleLoadOrStore(Type *Ty, Instruction &I, const APInt &Offset,
uint64_t Size, bool IsVolatile) {
// We allow splitting of non-volatile loads and stores where the type is an
// integer type. These may be used to implement 'memcpy' or other "transfer
// of bits" patterns.
bool IsSplittable = Ty->isIntegerTy() && !IsVolatile;
insertUse(I, Offset, Size, IsSplittable);
}
void visitLoadInst(LoadInst &LI) {
assert((!LI.isSimple() || LI.getType()->isSingleValueType()) &&
"All simple FCA loads should have been pre-split");
if (!IsOffsetKnown)
return PI.setAborted(&LI);
const DataLayout &DL = LI.getModule()->getDataLayout();
uint64_t Size = DL.getTypeStoreSize(LI.getType());
return handleLoadOrStore(LI.getType(), LI, Offset, Size, LI.isVolatile());
}
void visitStoreInst(StoreInst &SI) {
Value *ValOp = SI.getValueOperand();
if (ValOp == *U)
return PI.setEscapedAndAborted(&SI);
if (!IsOffsetKnown)
return PI.setAborted(&SI);
const DataLayout &DL = SI.getModule()->getDataLayout();
uint64_t Size = DL.getTypeStoreSize(ValOp->getType());
// If this memory access can be shown to *statically* extend outside the
// bounds of of the allocation, it's behavior is undefined, so simply
// ignore it. Note that this is more strict than the generic clamping
// behavior of insertUse. We also try to handle cases which might run the
// risk of overflow.
// FIXME: We should instead consider the pointer to have escaped if this
// function is being instrumented for addressing bugs or race conditions.
if (Size > AllocSize || Offset.ugt(AllocSize - Size)) {
DEBUG(dbgs() << "WARNING: Ignoring " << Size << " byte store @" << Offset
<< " which extends past the end of the " << AllocSize
<< " byte alloca:\n"
<< " alloca: " << AS.AI << "\n"
<< " use: " << SI << "\n");
return markAsDead(SI);
}
assert((!SI.isSimple() || ValOp->getType()->isSingleValueType()) &&
"All simple FCA stores should have been pre-split");
handleLoadOrStore(ValOp->getType(), SI, Offset, Size, SI.isVolatile());
}
void visitMemSetInst(MemSetInst &II) {
assert(II.getRawDest() == *U && "Pointer use is not the destination?");
ConstantInt *Length = dyn_cast<ConstantInt>(II.getLength());
if ((Length && Length->getValue() == 0) ||
(IsOffsetKnown && Offset.uge(AllocSize)))
// Zero-length mem transfer intrinsics can be ignored entirely.
return markAsDead(II);
if (!IsOffsetKnown)
return PI.setAborted(&II);
insertUse(II, Offset, Length ? Length->getLimitedValue()
: AllocSize - Offset.getLimitedValue(),
(bool)Length);
}
void visitMemTransferInst(MemTransferInst &II) {
ConstantInt *Length = dyn_cast<ConstantInt>(II.getLength());
if (Length && Length->getValue() == 0)
// Zero-length mem transfer intrinsics can be ignored entirely.
return markAsDead(II);
// Because we can visit these intrinsics twice, also check to see if the
// first time marked this instruction as dead. If so, skip it.
if (VisitedDeadInsts.count(&II))
return;
if (!IsOffsetKnown)
return PI.setAborted(&II);
// This side of the transfer is completely out-of-bounds, and so we can
// nuke the entire transfer. However, we also need to nuke the other side
// if already added to our partitions.
// FIXME: Yet another place we really should bypass this when
// instrumenting for ASan.
if (Offset.uge(AllocSize)) {
SmallDenseMap<Instruction *, unsigned>::iterator MTPI =
MemTransferSliceMap.find(&II);
if (MTPI != MemTransferSliceMap.end())
AS.Slices[MTPI->second].kill();
return markAsDead(II);
}
uint64_t RawOffset = Offset.getLimitedValue();
uint64_t Size = Length ? Length->getLimitedValue() : AllocSize - RawOffset;
// Check for the special case where the same exact value is used for both
// source and dest.
if (*U == II.getRawDest() && *U == II.getRawSource()) {
// For non-volatile transfers this is a no-op.
if (!II.isVolatile())
return markAsDead(II);
return insertUse(II, Offset, Size, /*IsSplittable=*/false);
}
// If we have seen both source and destination for a mem transfer, then
// they both point to the same alloca.
bool Inserted;
SmallDenseMap<Instruction *, unsigned>::iterator MTPI;
std::tie(MTPI, Inserted) =
MemTransferSliceMap.insert(std::make_pair(&II, AS.Slices.size()));
unsigned PrevIdx = MTPI->second;
if (!Inserted) {
Slice &PrevP = AS.Slices[PrevIdx];
// Check if the begin offsets match and this is a non-volatile transfer.
// In that case, we can completely elide the transfer.
if (!II.isVolatile() && PrevP.beginOffset() == RawOffset) {
PrevP.kill();
return markAsDead(II);
}
// Otherwise we have an offset transfer within the same alloca. We can't
// split those.
PrevP.makeUnsplittable();
}
// Insert the use now that we've fixed up the splittable nature.
insertUse(II, Offset, Size, /*IsSplittable=*/Inserted && Length);
// Check that we ended up with a valid index in the map.
assert(AS.Slices[PrevIdx].getUse()->getUser() == &II &&
"Map index doesn't point back to a slice with this user.");
}
// Disable SRoA for any intrinsics except for lifetime invariants.
// FIXME: What about debug intrinsics? This matches old behavior, but
// doesn't make sense.
void visitIntrinsicInst(IntrinsicInst &II) {
if (!IsOffsetKnown)
return PI.setAborted(&II);
if (II.getIntrinsicID() == Intrinsic::lifetime_start ||
II.getIntrinsicID() == Intrinsic::lifetime_end) {
ConstantInt *Length = cast<ConstantInt>(II.getArgOperand(0));
uint64_t Size = std::min(AllocSize - Offset.getLimitedValue(),
Length->getLimitedValue());
insertUse(II, Offset, Size, true);
return;
}
Base::visitIntrinsicInst(II);
}
Instruction *hasUnsafePHIOrSelectUse(Instruction *Root, uint64_t &Size) {
// We consider any PHI or select that results in a direct load or store of
// the same offset to be a viable use for slicing purposes. These uses
// are considered unsplittable and the size is the maximum loaded or stored
// size.
SmallPtrSet<Instruction *, 4> Visited;
SmallVector<std::pair<Instruction *, Instruction *>, 4> Uses;
Visited.insert(Root);
Uses.push_back(std::make_pair(cast<Instruction>(*U), Root));
const DataLayout &DL = Root->getModule()->getDataLayout();
// If there are no loads or stores, the access is dead. We mark that as
// a size zero access.
Size = 0;
do {
Instruction *I, *UsedI;
std::tie(UsedI, I) = Uses.pop_back_val();
if (LoadInst *LI = dyn_cast<LoadInst>(I)) {
Size = std::max(Size, DL.getTypeStoreSize(LI->getType()));
continue;
}
if (StoreInst *SI = dyn_cast<StoreInst>(I)) {
Value *Op = SI->getOperand(0);
if (Op == UsedI)
return SI;
Size = std::max(Size, DL.getTypeStoreSize(Op->getType()));
continue;
}
if (GetElementPtrInst *GEP = dyn_cast<GetElementPtrInst>(I)) {
if (!GEP->hasAllZeroIndices())
return GEP;
} else if (!isa<BitCastInst>(I) && !isa<PHINode>(I) &&
!isa<SelectInst>(I)) {
return I;
}
for (User *U : I->users())
if (Visited.insert(cast<Instruction>(U)).second)
Uses.push_back(std::make_pair(I, cast<Instruction>(U)));
} while (!Uses.empty());
return nullptr;
}
void visitPHINodeOrSelectInst(Instruction &I) {
assert(isa<PHINode>(I) || isa<SelectInst>(I));
if (I.use_empty())
return markAsDead(I);
// TODO: We could use SimplifyInstruction here to fold PHINodes and
// SelectInsts. However, doing so requires to change the current
// dead-operand-tracking mechanism. For instance, suppose neither loading
// from %U nor %other traps. Then "load (select undef, %U, %other)" does not
// trap either. However, if we simply replace %U with undef using the
// current dead-operand-tracking mechanism, "load (select undef, undef,
// %other)" may trap because the select may return the first operand
// "undef".
if (Value *Result = foldPHINodeOrSelectInst(I)) {
if (Result == *U)
// If the result of the constant fold will be the pointer, recurse
// through the PHI/select as if we had RAUW'ed it.
enqueueUsers(I);
else
// Otherwise the operand to the PHI/select is dead, and we can replace
// it with undef.
AS.DeadOperands.push_back(U);
return;
}
if (!IsOffsetKnown)
return PI.setAborted(&I);
// See if we already have computed info on this node.
uint64_t &Size = PHIOrSelectSizes[&I];
if (!Size) {
// This is a new PHI/Select, check for an unsafe use of it.
if (Instruction *UnsafeI = hasUnsafePHIOrSelectUse(&I, Size))
return PI.setAborted(UnsafeI);
}
// For PHI and select operands outside the alloca, we can't nuke the entire
// phi or select -- the other side might still be relevant, so we special
// case them here and use a separate structure to track the operands
// themselves which should be replaced with undef.
// FIXME: This should instead be escaped in the event we're instrumenting
// for address sanitization.
if (Offset.uge(AllocSize)) {
AS.DeadOperands.push_back(U);
return;
}
insertUse(I, Offset, Size);
}
void visitPHINode(PHINode &PN) { visitPHINodeOrSelectInst(PN); }
void visitSelectInst(SelectInst &SI) { visitPHINodeOrSelectInst(SI); }
/// \brief Disable SROA entirely if there are unhandled users of the alloca.
void visitInstruction(Instruction &I) { PI.setAborted(&I); }
};
AllocaSlices::AllocaSlices(const DataLayout &DL, AllocaInst &AI)
:
#if !defined(NDEBUG) || defined(LLVM_ENABLE_DUMP)
AI(AI),
#endif
PointerEscapingInstr(nullptr) {
SliceBuilder PB(DL, AI, *this);
SliceBuilder::PtrInfo PtrI = PB.visitPtr(AI);
if (PtrI.isEscaped() || PtrI.isAborted()) {
// FIXME: We should sink the escape vs. abort info into the caller nicely,
// possibly by just storing the PtrInfo in the AllocaSlices.
PointerEscapingInstr = PtrI.getEscapingInst() ? PtrI.getEscapingInst()
: PtrI.getAbortingInst();
assert(PointerEscapingInstr && "Did not track a bad instruction");
return;
}
Slices.erase(std::remove_if(Slices.begin(), Slices.end(),
[](const Slice &S) {
return S.isDead();
}),
Slices.end());
#if __cplusplus >= 201103L && !defined(NDEBUG)
if (SROARandomShuffleSlices) {
std::mt19937 MT(static_cast<unsigned>(sys::TimeValue::now().msec()));
std::shuffle(Slices.begin(), Slices.end(), MT);
}
#endif
// Sort the uses. This arranges for the offsets to be in ascending order,
// and the sizes to be in descending order.
std::sort(Slices.begin(), Slices.end());
}
#if !defined(NDEBUG) || defined(LLVM_ENABLE_DUMP)
void AllocaSlices::print(raw_ostream &OS, const_iterator I,
StringRef Indent) const {
printSlice(OS, I, Indent);
OS << "\n";
printUse(OS, I, Indent);
}
void AllocaSlices::printSlice(raw_ostream &OS, const_iterator I,
StringRef Indent) const {
OS << Indent << "[" << I->beginOffset() << "," << I->endOffset() << ")"
<< " slice #" << (I - begin())
<< (I->isSplittable() ? " (splittable)" : "");
}
void AllocaSlices::printUse(raw_ostream &OS, const_iterator I,
StringRef Indent) const {
OS << Indent << " used by: " << *I->getUse()->getUser() << "\n";
}
void AllocaSlices::print(raw_ostream &OS) const {
if (PointerEscapingInstr) {
OS << "Can't analyze slices for alloca: " << AI << "\n"
<< " A pointer to this alloca escaped by:\n"
<< " " << *PointerEscapingInstr << "\n";
return;
}
OS << "Slices of alloca: " << AI << "\n";
for (const_iterator I = begin(), E = end(); I != E; ++I)
print(OS, I);
}
LLVM_DUMP_METHOD void AllocaSlices::dump(const_iterator I) const {
print(dbgs(), I);
}
LLVM_DUMP_METHOD void AllocaSlices::dump() const { print(dbgs()); }
#endif // !defined(NDEBUG) || defined(LLVM_ENABLE_DUMP)
namespace {
/// \brief Implementation of LoadAndStorePromoter for promoting allocas.
///
/// This subclass of LoadAndStorePromoter adds overrides to handle promoting
/// the loads and stores of an alloca instruction, as well as updating its
/// debug information. This is used when a domtree is unavailable and thus
/// mem2reg in its full form can't be used to handle promotion of allocas to
/// scalar values.
class AllocaPromoter : public LoadAndStorePromoter {
AllocaInst &AI;
DIBuilder &DIB;
SmallVector<DbgDeclareInst *, 4> DDIs;
SmallVector<DbgValueInst *, 4> DVIs;
public:
AllocaPromoter(ArrayRef<const Instruction *> Insts,
SSAUpdater &S,
AllocaInst &AI, DIBuilder &DIB)
: LoadAndStorePromoter(Insts, S), AI(AI), DIB(DIB) {}
void run(const SmallVectorImpl<Instruction *> &Insts) {
// Retain the debug information attached to the alloca for use when
// rewriting loads and stores.
if (auto *L = LocalAsMetadata::getIfExists(&AI)) {
if (auto *DINode = MetadataAsValue::getIfExists(AI.getContext(), L)) {
for (User *U : DINode->users())
if (DbgDeclareInst *DDI = dyn_cast<DbgDeclareInst>(U))
DDIs.push_back(DDI);
else if (DbgValueInst *DVI = dyn_cast<DbgValueInst>(U))
DVIs.push_back(DVI);
}
}
LoadAndStorePromoter::run(Insts);
// While we have the debug information, clear it off of the alloca. The
// caller takes care of deleting the alloca.
while (!DDIs.empty())
DDIs.pop_back_val()->eraseFromParent();
while (!DVIs.empty())
DVIs.pop_back_val()->eraseFromParent();
}
bool
isInstInList(Instruction *I,
const SmallVectorImpl<Instruction *> &Insts) const override {
Value *Ptr;
if (LoadInst *LI = dyn_cast<LoadInst>(I))
Ptr = LI->getOperand(0);
else
Ptr = cast<StoreInst>(I)->getPointerOperand();
// Only used to detect cycles, which will be rare and quickly found as
// we're walking up a chain of defs rather than down through uses.
SmallPtrSet<Value *, 4> Visited;
do {
if (Ptr == &AI)
return true;
if (BitCastInst *BCI = dyn_cast<BitCastInst>(Ptr))
Ptr = BCI->getOperand(0);
else if (GetElementPtrInst *GEPI = dyn_cast<GetElementPtrInst>(Ptr))
Ptr = GEPI->getPointerOperand();
else
return false;
} while (Visited.insert(Ptr).second);
return false;
}
void updateDebugInfo(Instruction *Inst) const override {
for (DbgDeclareInst *DDI : DDIs)
if (StoreInst *SI = dyn_cast<StoreInst>(Inst))
ConvertDebugDeclareToDebugValue(DDI, SI, DIB);
else if (LoadInst *LI = dyn_cast<LoadInst>(Inst))
ConvertDebugDeclareToDebugValue(DDI, LI, DIB);
for (DbgValueInst *DVI : DVIs) {
Value *Arg = nullptr;
if (StoreInst *SI = dyn_cast<StoreInst>(Inst)) {
// If an argument is zero extended then use argument directly. The ZExt
// may be zapped by an optimization pass in future.
if (ZExtInst *ZExt = dyn_cast<ZExtInst>(SI->getOperand(0)))
Arg = dyn_cast<Argument>(ZExt->getOperand(0));
else if (SExtInst *SExt = dyn_cast<SExtInst>(SI->getOperand(0)))
Arg = dyn_cast<Argument>(SExt->getOperand(0));
if (!Arg)
Arg = SI->getValueOperand();
} else if (LoadInst *LI = dyn_cast<LoadInst>(Inst)) {
Arg = LI->getPointerOperand();
} else {
continue;
}
DIB.insertDbgValueIntrinsic(Arg, 0, DVI->getVariable(),
DVI->getExpression(), DVI->getDebugLoc(),
Inst);
}
}
};
} // end anon namespace
namespace {
/// \brief An optimization pass providing Scalar Replacement of Aggregates.
///
/// This pass takes allocations which can be completely analyzed (that is, they
/// don't escape) and tries to turn them into scalar SSA values. There are
/// a few steps to this process.
///
/// 1) It takes allocations of aggregates and analyzes the ways in which they
/// are used to try to split them into smaller allocations, ideally of
/// a single scalar data type. It will split up memcpy and memset accesses
/// as necessary and try to isolate individual scalar accesses.
/// 2) It will transform accesses into forms which are suitable for SSA value
/// promotion. This can be replacing a memset with a scalar store of an
/// integer value, or it can involve speculating operations on a PHI or
/// select to be a PHI or select of the results.
/// 3) Finally, this will try to detect a pattern of accesses which map cleanly
/// onto insert and extract operations on a vector value, and convert them to
/// this form. By doing so, it will enable promotion of vector aggregates to
/// SSA vector values.
class SROA : public FunctionPass {
const bool RequiresDomTree;
LLVMContext *C;
DominatorTree *DT;
AssumptionCache *AC;
/// \brief Worklist of alloca instructions to simplify.
///
/// Each alloca in the function is added to this. Each new alloca formed gets
/// added to it as well to recursively simplify unless that alloca can be
/// directly promoted. Finally, each time we rewrite a use of an alloca other
/// the one being actively rewritten, we add it back onto the list if not
/// already present to ensure it is re-visited.
SetVector<AllocaInst *, SmallVector<AllocaInst *, 16>> Worklist;
/// \brief A collection of instructions to delete.
/// We try to batch deletions to simplify code and make things a bit more
/// efficient.
SetVector<Instruction *, SmallVector<Instruction *, 8>> DeadInsts;
/// \brief Post-promotion worklist.
///
/// Sometimes we discover an alloca which has a high probability of becoming
/// viable for SROA after a round of promotion takes place. In those cases,
/// the alloca is enqueued here for re-processing.
///
/// Note that we have to be very careful to clear allocas out of this list in
/// the event they are deleted.
SetVector<AllocaInst *, SmallVector<AllocaInst *, 16>> PostPromotionWorklist;
/// \brief A collection of alloca instructions we can directly promote.
std::vector<AllocaInst *> PromotableAllocas;
/// \brief A worklist of PHIs to speculate prior to promoting allocas.
///
/// All of these PHIs have been checked for the safety of speculation and by
/// being speculated will allow promoting allocas currently in the promotable
/// queue.
SetVector<PHINode *, SmallVector<PHINode *, 2>> SpeculatablePHIs;
/// \brief A worklist of select instructions to speculate prior to promoting
/// allocas.
///
/// All of these select instructions have been checked for the safety of
/// speculation and by being speculated will allow promoting allocas
/// currently in the promotable queue.
SetVector<SelectInst *, SmallVector<SelectInst *, 2>> SpeculatableSelects;
public:
SROA(bool RequiresDomTree = true)
: FunctionPass(ID), RequiresDomTree(RequiresDomTree), C(nullptr),
DT(nullptr) {
initializeSROAPass(*PassRegistry::getPassRegistry());
}
bool runOnFunction(Function &F) override;
void getAnalysisUsage(AnalysisUsage &AU) const override;
const char *getPassName() const override { return "SROA"; }
static char ID;
private:
friend class PHIOrSelectSpeculator;
friend class AllocaSliceRewriter;
bool presplitLoadsAndStores(AllocaInst &AI, AllocaSlices &AS);
AllocaInst *rewritePartition(AllocaInst &AI, AllocaSlices &AS,
AllocaSlices::Partition &P);
bool splitAlloca(AllocaInst &AI, AllocaSlices &AS);
bool runOnAlloca(AllocaInst &AI);
void clobberUse(Use &U);
void deleteDeadInstructions(SmallPtrSetImpl<AllocaInst *> &DeletedAllocas);
bool promoteAllocas(Function &F);
};
}
char SROA::ID = 0;
FunctionPass *llvm::createSROAPass(bool RequiresDomTree) {
return new SROA(RequiresDomTree);
}
INITIALIZE_PASS_BEGIN(SROA, "sroa", "Scalar Replacement Of Aggregates", false,
false)
INITIALIZE_PASS_DEPENDENCY(AssumptionCacheTracker)
INITIALIZE_PASS_DEPENDENCY(DominatorTreeWrapperPass)
INITIALIZE_PASS_END(SROA, "sroa", "Scalar Replacement Of Aggregates", false,
false)
/// Walk the range of a partitioning looking for a common type to cover this
/// sequence of slices.
static Type *findCommonType(AllocaSlices::const_iterator B,
AllocaSlices::const_iterator E,
uint64_t EndOffset) {
Type *Ty = nullptr;
bool TyIsCommon = true;
IntegerType *ITy = nullptr;
// Note that we need to look at *every* alloca slice's Use to ensure we
// always get consistent results regardless of the order of slices.
for (AllocaSlices::const_iterator I = B; I != E; ++I) {
Use *U = I->getUse();
if (isa<IntrinsicInst>(*U->getUser()))
continue;
if (I->beginOffset() != B->beginOffset() || I->endOffset() != EndOffset)
continue;
Type *UserTy = nullptr;
if (LoadInst *LI = dyn_cast<LoadInst>(U->getUser())) {
UserTy = LI->getType();
} else if (StoreInst *SI = dyn_cast<StoreInst>(U->getUser())) {
UserTy = SI->getValueOperand()->getType();
}
if (IntegerType *UserITy = dyn_cast_or_null<IntegerType>(UserTy)) {
// If the type is larger than the partition, skip it. We only encounter
// this for split integer operations where we want to use the type of the
// entity causing the split. Also skip if the type is not a byte width
// multiple.
if (UserITy->getBitWidth() % 8 != 0 ||
UserITy->getBitWidth() / 8 > (EndOffset - B->beginOffset()))
continue;
// Track the largest bitwidth integer type used in this way in case there
// is no common type.
if (!ITy || ITy->getBitWidth() < UserITy->getBitWidth())
ITy = UserITy;
}
// To avoid depending on the order of slices, Ty and TyIsCommon must not
// depend on types skipped above.
if (!UserTy || (Ty && Ty != UserTy))
TyIsCommon = false; // Give up on anything but an iN type.
else
Ty = UserTy;
}
return TyIsCommon ? Ty : ITy;
}
/// PHI instructions that use an alloca and are subsequently loaded can be
/// rewritten to load both input pointers in the pred blocks and then PHI the
/// results, allowing the load of the alloca to be promoted.
/// From this:
/// %P2 = phi [i32* %Alloca, i32* %Other]
/// %V = load i32* %P2
/// to:
/// %V1 = load i32* %Alloca -> will be mem2reg'd
/// ...
/// %V2 = load i32* %Other
/// ...
/// %V = phi [i32 %V1, i32 %V2]
///
/// We can do this to a select if its only uses are loads and if the operands
/// to the select can be loaded unconditionally.
///
/// FIXME: This should be hoisted into a generic utility, likely in
/// Transforms/Util/Local.h
static bool isSafePHIToSpeculate(PHINode &PN) {
// For now, we can only do this promotion if the load is in the same block
// as the PHI, and if there are no stores between the phi and load.
// TODO: Allow recursive phi users.
// TODO: Allow stores.
BasicBlock *BB = PN.getParent();
unsigned MaxAlign = 0;
bool HaveLoad = false;
for (User *U : PN.users()) {
LoadInst *LI = dyn_cast<LoadInst>(U);
if (!LI || !LI->isSimple())
return false;
// For now we only allow loads in the same block as the PHI. This is
// a common case that happens when instcombine merges two loads through
// a PHI.
if (LI->getParent() != BB)
return false;
// Ensure that there are no instructions between the PHI and the load that
// could store.
for (BasicBlock::iterator BBI = &PN; &*BBI != LI; ++BBI)
if (BBI->mayWriteToMemory())
return false;
MaxAlign = std::max(MaxAlign, LI->getAlignment());
HaveLoad = true;
}
if (!HaveLoad)
return false;
const DataLayout &DL = PN.getModule()->getDataLayout();
// We can only transform this if it is safe to push the loads into the
// predecessor blocks. The only thing to watch out for is that we can't put
// a possibly trapping load in the predecessor if it is a critical edge.
for (unsigned Idx = 0, Num = PN.getNumIncomingValues(); Idx != Num; ++Idx) {
TerminatorInst *TI = PN.getIncomingBlock(Idx)->getTerminator();
Value *InVal = PN.getIncomingValue(Idx);
// If the value is produced by the terminator of the predecessor (an
// invoke) or it has side-effects, there is no valid place to put a load
// in the predecessor.
if (TI == InVal || TI->mayHaveSideEffects())
return false;
// If the predecessor has a single successor, then the edge isn't
// critical.
if (TI->getNumSuccessors() == 1)
continue;
// If this pointer is always safe to load, or if we can prove that there
// is already a load in the block, then we can move the load to the pred
// block.
if (isDereferenceablePointer(InVal, DL) ||
isSafeToLoadUnconditionally(InVal, TI, MaxAlign))
continue;
return false;
}
return true;
}
static void speculatePHINodeLoads(PHINode &PN) {
DEBUG(dbgs() << " original: " << PN << "\n");
Type *LoadTy = cast<PointerType>(PN.getType())->getElementType();
IRBuilderTy PHIBuilder(&PN);
PHINode *NewPN = PHIBuilder.CreatePHI(LoadTy, PN.getNumIncomingValues(),
PN.getName() + ".sroa.speculated");
// Get the AA tags and alignment to use from one of the loads. It doesn't
// matter which one we get and if any differ.
LoadInst *SomeLoad = cast<LoadInst>(PN.user_back());
AAMDNodes AATags;
SomeLoad->getAAMetadata(AATags);
unsigned Align = SomeLoad->getAlignment();
// Rewrite all loads of the PN to use the new PHI.
while (!PN.use_empty()) {
LoadInst *LI = cast<LoadInst>(PN.user_back());
LI->replaceAllUsesWith(NewPN);
LI->eraseFromParent();
}
// Inject loads into all of the pred blocks.
for (unsigned Idx = 0, Num = PN.getNumIncomingValues(); Idx != Num; ++Idx) {
BasicBlock *Pred = PN.getIncomingBlock(Idx);
TerminatorInst *TI = Pred->getTerminator();
Value *InVal = PN.getIncomingValue(Idx);
IRBuilderTy PredBuilder(TI);
LoadInst *Load = PredBuilder.CreateLoad(
InVal, (PN.getName() + ".sroa.speculate.load." + Pred->getName()));
++NumLoadsSpeculated;
Load->setAlignment(Align);
if (AATags)
Load->setAAMetadata(AATags);
NewPN->addIncoming(Load, Pred);
}
DEBUG(dbgs() << " speculated to: " << *NewPN << "\n");
PN.eraseFromParent();
}
/// Select instructions that use an alloca and are subsequently loaded can be
/// rewritten to load both input pointers and then select between the result,
/// allowing the load of the alloca to be promoted.
/// From this:
/// %P2 = select i1 %cond, i32* %Alloca, i32* %Other
/// %V = load i32* %P2
/// to:
/// %V1 = load i32* %Alloca -> will be mem2reg'd
/// %V2 = load i32* %Other
/// %V = select i1 %cond, i32 %V1, i32 %V2
///
/// We can do this to a select if its only uses are loads and if the operand
/// to the select can be loaded unconditionally.
static bool isSafeSelectToSpeculate(SelectInst &SI) {
Value *TValue = SI.getTrueValue();
Value *FValue = SI.getFalseValue();
const DataLayout &DL = SI.getModule()->getDataLayout();
bool TDerefable = isDereferenceablePointer(TValue, DL);
bool FDerefable = isDereferenceablePointer(FValue, DL);
for (User *U : SI.users()) {
LoadInst *LI = dyn_cast<LoadInst>(U);
if (!LI || !LI->isSimple())
return false;
// Both operands to the select need to be dereferencable, either
// absolutely (e.g. allocas) or at this point because we can see other
// accesses to it.
if (!TDerefable &&
!isSafeToLoadUnconditionally(TValue, LI, LI->getAlignment()))
return false;
if (!FDerefable &&
!isSafeToLoadUnconditionally(FValue, LI, LI->getAlignment()))
return false;
}
return true;
}
static void speculateSelectInstLoads(SelectInst &SI) {
DEBUG(dbgs() << " original: " << SI << "\n");
IRBuilderTy IRB(&SI);
Value *TV = SI.getTrueValue();
Value *FV = SI.getFalseValue();
// Replace the loads of the select with a select of two loads.
while (!SI.use_empty()) {
LoadInst *LI = cast<LoadInst>(SI.user_back());
assert(LI->isSimple() && "We only speculate simple loads");
IRB.SetInsertPoint(LI);
LoadInst *TL =
IRB.CreateLoad(TV, LI->getName() + ".sroa.speculate.load.true");
LoadInst *FL =
IRB.CreateLoad(FV, LI->getName() + ".sroa.speculate.load.false");
NumLoadsSpeculated += 2;
// Transfer alignment and AA info if present.
TL->setAlignment(LI->getAlignment());
FL->setAlignment(LI->getAlignment());
AAMDNodes Tags;
LI->getAAMetadata(Tags);
if (Tags) {
TL->setAAMetadata(Tags);
FL->setAAMetadata(Tags);
}
Value *V = IRB.CreateSelect(SI.getCondition(), TL, FL,
LI->getName() + ".sroa.speculated");
DEBUG(dbgs() << " speculated to: " << *V << "\n");
LI->replaceAllUsesWith(V);
LI->eraseFromParent();
}
SI.eraseFromParent();
}
/// \brief Build a GEP out of a base pointer and indices.
///
/// This will return the BasePtr if that is valid, or build a new GEP
/// instruction using the IRBuilder if GEP-ing is needed.
static Value *buildGEP(IRBuilderTy &IRB, Value *BasePtr,
SmallVectorImpl<Value *> &Indices, Twine NamePrefix) {
if (Indices.empty())
return BasePtr;
// A single zero index is a no-op, so check for this and avoid building a GEP
// in that case.
if (Indices.size() == 1 && cast<ConstantInt>(Indices.back())->isZero())
return BasePtr;
return IRB.CreateInBoundsGEP(nullptr, BasePtr, Indices,
NamePrefix + "sroa_idx");
}
/// \brief Get a natural GEP off of the BasePtr walking through Ty toward
/// TargetTy without changing the offset of the pointer.
///
/// This routine assumes we've already established a properly offset GEP with
/// Indices, and arrived at the Ty type. The goal is to continue to GEP with
/// zero-indices down through type layers until we find one the same as
/// TargetTy. If we can't find one with the same type, we at least try to use
/// one with the same size. If none of that works, we just produce the GEP as
/// indicated by Indices to have the correct offset.
static Value *getNaturalGEPWithType(IRBuilderTy &IRB, const DataLayout &DL,
Value *BasePtr, Type *Ty, Type *TargetTy,
SmallVectorImpl<Value *> &Indices,
Twine NamePrefix) {
if (Ty == TargetTy)
return buildGEP(IRB, BasePtr, Indices, NamePrefix);
// Pointer size to use for the indices.
unsigned PtrSize = DL.getPointerTypeSizeInBits(BasePtr->getType());
// See if we can descend into a struct and locate a field with the correct
// type.
unsigned NumLayers = 0;
Type *ElementTy = Ty;
do {
if (ElementTy->isPointerTy())
break;
if (ArrayType *ArrayTy = dyn_cast<ArrayType>(ElementTy)) {
ElementTy = ArrayTy->getElementType();
Indices.push_back(IRB.getIntN(PtrSize, 0));
} else if (VectorType *VectorTy = dyn_cast<VectorType>(ElementTy)) {
ElementTy = VectorTy->getElementType();
Indices.push_back(IRB.getInt32(0));
} else if (StructType *STy = dyn_cast<StructType>(ElementTy)) {
if (STy->element_begin() == STy->element_end())
break; // Nothing left to descend into.
ElementTy = *STy->element_begin();
Indices.push_back(IRB.getInt32(0));
} else {
break;
}
++NumLayers;
} while (ElementTy != TargetTy);
if (ElementTy != TargetTy)
Indices.erase(Indices.end() - NumLayers, Indices.end());
return buildGEP(IRB, BasePtr, Indices, NamePrefix);
}
/// \brief Recursively compute indices for a natural GEP.
///
/// This is the recursive step for getNaturalGEPWithOffset that walks down the
/// element types adding appropriate indices for the GEP.
static Value *getNaturalGEPRecursively(IRBuilderTy &IRB, const DataLayout &DL,
Value *Ptr, Type *Ty, APInt &Offset,
Type *TargetTy,
SmallVectorImpl<Value *> &Indices,
Twine NamePrefix) {
if (Offset == 0)
return getNaturalGEPWithType(IRB, DL, Ptr, Ty, TargetTy, Indices,
NamePrefix);
// We can't recurse through pointer types.
if (Ty->isPointerTy())
return nullptr;
// We try to analyze GEPs over vectors here, but note that these GEPs are
// extremely poorly defined currently. The long-term goal is to remove GEPing
// over a vector from the IR completely.
if (VectorType *VecTy = dyn_cast<VectorType>(Ty)) {
unsigned ElementSizeInBits = DL.getTypeSizeInBits(VecTy->getScalarType());
if (ElementSizeInBits % 8 != 0) {
// GEPs over non-multiple of 8 size vector elements are invalid.
return nullptr;
}
APInt ElementSize(Offset.getBitWidth(), ElementSizeInBits / 8);
APInt NumSkippedElements = Offset.sdiv(ElementSize);
if (NumSkippedElements.ugt(VecTy->getNumElements()))
return nullptr;
Offset -= NumSkippedElements * ElementSize;
Indices.push_back(IRB.getInt(NumSkippedElements));
return getNaturalGEPRecursively(IRB, DL, Ptr, VecTy->getElementType(),
Offset, TargetTy, Indices, NamePrefix);
}
if (ArrayType *ArrTy = dyn_cast<ArrayType>(Ty)) {
Type *ElementTy = ArrTy->getElementType();
APInt ElementSize(Offset.getBitWidth(), DL.getTypeAllocSize(ElementTy));
APInt NumSkippedElements = Offset.sdiv(ElementSize);
if (NumSkippedElements.ugt(ArrTy->getNumElements()))
return nullptr;
Offset -= NumSkippedElements * ElementSize;
Indices.push_back(IRB.getInt(NumSkippedElements));
return getNaturalGEPRecursively(IRB, DL, Ptr, ElementTy, Offset, TargetTy,
Indices, NamePrefix);
}
StructType *STy = dyn_cast<StructType>(Ty);
if (!STy)
return nullptr;
const StructLayout *SL = DL.getStructLayout(STy);
uint64_t StructOffset = Offset.getZExtValue();
if (StructOffset >= SL->getSizeInBytes())
return nullptr;
unsigned Index = SL->getElementContainingOffset(StructOffset);
Offset -= APInt(Offset.getBitWidth(), SL->getElementOffset(Index));
Type *ElementTy = STy->getElementType(Index);
if (Offset.uge(DL.getTypeAllocSize(ElementTy)))
return nullptr; // The offset points into alignment padding.
Indices.push_back(IRB.getInt32(Index));
return getNaturalGEPRecursively(IRB, DL, Ptr, ElementTy, Offset, TargetTy,
Indices, NamePrefix);
}
/// \brief Get a natural GEP from a base pointer to a particular offset and
/// resulting in a particular type.
///
/// The goal is to produce a "natural" looking GEP that works with the existing
/// composite types to arrive at the appropriate offset and element type for
/// a pointer. TargetTy is the element type the returned GEP should point-to if
/// possible. We recurse by decreasing Offset, adding the appropriate index to
/// Indices, and setting Ty to the result subtype.
///
/// If no natural GEP can be constructed, this function returns null.
static Value *getNaturalGEPWithOffset(IRBuilderTy &IRB, const DataLayout &DL,
Value *Ptr, APInt Offset, Type *TargetTy,
SmallVectorImpl<Value *> &Indices,
Twine NamePrefix) {
PointerType *Ty = cast<PointerType>(Ptr->getType());
// Don't consider any GEPs through an i8* as natural unless the TargetTy is
// an i8.
if (Ty == IRB.getInt8PtrTy(Ty->getAddressSpace()) && TargetTy->isIntegerTy(8))
return nullptr;
Type *ElementTy = Ty->getElementType();
if (!ElementTy->isSized())
return nullptr; // We can't GEP through an unsized element.
APInt ElementSize(Offset.getBitWidth(), DL.getTypeAllocSize(ElementTy));
if (ElementSize == 0)
return nullptr; // Zero-length arrays can't help us build a natural GEP.
APInt NumSkippedElements = Offset.sdiv(ElementSize);
Offset -= NumSkippedElements * ElementSize;
Indices.push_back(IRB.getInt(NumSkippedElements));
return getNaturalGEPRecursively(IRB, DL, Ptr, ElementTy, Offset, TargetTy,
Indices, NamePrefix);
}
/// \brief Compute an adjusted pointer from Ptr by Offset bytes where the
/// resulting pointer has PointerTy.
///
/// This tries very hard to compute a "natural" GEP which arrives at the offset
/// and produces the pointer type desired. Where it cannot, it will try to use
/// the natural GEP to arrive at the offset and bitcast to the type. Where that
/// fails, it will try to use an existing i8* and GEP to the byte offset and
/// bitcast to the type.
///
/// The strategy for finding the more natural GEPs is to peel off layers of the
/// pointer, walking back through bit casts and GEPs, searching for a base
/// pointer from which we can compute a natural GEP with the desired
/// properties. The algorithm tries to fold as many constant indices into
/// a single GEP as possible, thus making each GEP more independent of the
/// surrounding code.
static Value *getAdjustedPtr(IRBuilderTy &IRB, const DataLayout &DL, Value *Ptr,
APInt Offset, Type *PointerTy, Twine NamePrefix) {
// Even though we don't look through PHI nodes, we could be called on an
// instruction in an unreachable block, which may be on a cycle.
SmallPtrSet<Value *, 4> Visited;
Visited.insert(Ptr);
SmallVector<Value *, 4> Indices;
// We may end up computing an offset pointer that has the wrong type. If we
// never are able to compute one directly that has the correct type, we'll
// fall back to it, so keep it and the base it was computed from around here.
Value *OffsetPtr = nullptr;
Value *OffsetBasePtr;
// Remember any i8 pointer we come across to re-use if we need to do a raw
// byte offset.
Value *Int8Ptr = nullptr;
APInt Int8PtrOffset(Offset.getBitWidth(), 0);
Type *TargetTy = PointerTy->getPointerElementType();
do {
// First fold any existing GEPs into the offset.
while (GEPOperator *GEP = dyn_cast<GEPOperator>(Ptr)) {
APInt GEPOffset(Offset.getBitWidth(), 0);
if (!GEP->accumulateConstantOffset(DL, GEPOffset))
break;
Offset += GEPOffset;
Ptr = GEP->getPointerOperand();
if (!Visited.insert(Ptr).second)
break;
}
// See if we can perform a natural GEP here.
Indices.clear();
if (Value *P = getNaturalGEPWithOffset(IRB, DL, Ptr, Offset, TargetTy,
Indices, NamePrefix)) {
// If we have a new natural pointer at the offset, clear out any old
// offset pointer we computed. Unless it is the base pointer or
// a non-instruction, we built a GEP we don't need. Zap it.
if (OffsetPtr && OffsetPtr != OffsetBasePtr)
if (Instruction *I = dyn_cast<Instruction>(OffsetPtr)) {
assert(I->use_empty() && "Built a GEP with uses some how!");
I->eraseFromParent();
}
OffsetPtr = P;
OffsetBasePtr = Ptr;
// If we also found a pointer of the right type, we're done.
if (P->getType() == PointerTy)
return P;
}
// Stash this pointer if we've found an i8*.
if (Ptr->getType()->isIntegerTy(8)) {
Int8Ptr = Ptr;
Int8PtrOffset = Offset;
}
// Peel off a layer of the pointer and update the offset appropriately.
if (Operator::getOpcode(Ptr) == Instruction::BitCast) {
Ptr = cast<Operator>(Ptr)->getOperand(0);
} else if (GlobalAlias *GA = dyn_cast<GlobalAlias>(Ptr)) {
if (GA->mayBeOverridden())
break;
Ptr = GA->getAliasee();
} else {
break;
}
assert(Ptr->getType()->isPointerTy() && "Unexpected operand type!");
} while (Visited.insert(Ptr).second);
if (!OffsetPtr) {
if (!Int8Ptr) {
Int8Ptr = IRB.CreateBitCast(
Ptr, IRB.getInt8PtrTy(PointerTy->getPointerAddressSpace()),
NamePrefix + "sroa_raw_cast");
Int8PtrOffset = Offset;
}
OffsetPtr = Int8PtrOffset == 0
? Int8Ptr
: IRB.CreateInBoundsGEP(IRB.getInt8Ty(), Int8Ptr,
IRB.getInt(Int8PtrOffset),
NamePrefix + "sroa_raw_idx");
}
Ptr = OffsetPtr;
// On the off chance we were targeting i8*, guard the bitcast here.
if (Ptr->getType() != PointerTy)
Ptr = IRB.CreateBitCast(Ptr, PointerTy, NamePrefix + "sroa_cast");
return Ptr;
}
/// \brief Compute the adjusted alignment for a load or store from an offset.
static unsigned getAdjustedAlignment(Instruction *I, uint64_t Offset,
const DataLayout &DL) {
unsigned Alignment;
Type *Ty;
if (auto *LI = dyn_cast<LoadInst>(I)) {
Alignment = LI->getAlignment();
Ty = LI->getType();
} else if (auto *SI = dyn_cast<StoreInst>(I)) {
Alignment = SI->getAlignment();
Ty = SI->getValueOperand()->getType();
} else {
llvm_unreachable("Only loads and stores are allowed!");
}
if (!Alignment)
Alignment = DL.getABITypeAlignment(Ty);
return MinAlign(Alignment, Offset);
}
/// \brief Test whether we can convert a value from the old to the new type.
///
/// This predicate should be used to guard calls to convertValue in order to
/// ensure that we only try to convert viable values. The strategy is that we
/// will peel off single element struct and array wrappings to get to an
/// underlying value, and convert that value.
static bool canConvertValue(const DataLayout &DL, Type *OldTy, Type *NewTy) {
if (OldTy == NewTy)
return true;
// For integer types, we can't handle any bit-width differences. This would
// break both vector conversions with extension and introduce endianness
// issues when in conjunction with loads and stores.
if (isa<IntegerType>(OldTy) && isa<IntegerType>(NewTy)) {
assert(cast<IntegerType>(OldTy)->getBitWidth() !=
cast<IntegerType>(NewTy)->getBitWidth() &&
"We can't have the same bitwidth for different int types");
return false;
}
if (DL.getTypeSizeInBits(NewTy) != DL.getTypeSizeInBits(OldTy))
return false;
if (!NewTy->isSingleValueType() || !OldTy->isSingleValueType())
return false;
// We can convert pointers to integers and vice-versa. Same for vectors
// of pointers and integers.
OldTy = OldTy->getScalarType();
NewTy = NewTy->getScalarType();
if (NewTy->isPointerTy() || OldTy->isPointerTy()) {
if (NewTy->isPointerTy() && OldTy->isPointerTy())
return true;
if (NewTy->isIntegerTy() || OldTy->isIntegerTy())
return true;
return false;
}
return true;
}
/// \brief Generic routine to convert an SSA value to a value of a different
/// type.
///
/// This will try various different casting techniques, such as bitcasts,
/// inttoptr, and ptrtoint casts. Use the \c canConvertValue predicate to test
/// two types for viability with this routine.
static Value *convertValue(const DataLayout &DL, IRBuilderTy &IRB, Value *V,
Type *NewTy) {
Type *OldTy = V->getType();
assert(canConvertValue(DL, OldTy, NewTy) && "Value not convertable to type");
if (OldTy == NewTy)
return V;
assert(!(isa<IntegerType>(OldTy) && isa<IntegerType>(NewTy)) &&
"Integer types must be the exact same to convert.");
// See if we need inttoptr for this type pair. A cast involving both scalars
// and vectors requires and additional bitcast.
if (OldTy->getScalarType()->isIntegerTy() &&
NewTy->getScalarType()->isPointerTy()) {
// Expand <2 x i32> to i8* --> <2 x i32> to i64 to i8*
if (OldTy->isVectorTy() && !NewTy->isVectorTy())
return IRB.CreateIntToPtr(IRB.CreateBitCast(V, DL.getIntPtrType(NewTy)),
NewTy);
// Expand i128 to <2 x i8*> --> i128 to <2 x i64> to <2 x i8*>
if (!OldTy->isVectorTy() && NewTy->isVectorTy())
return IRB.CreateIntToPtr(IRB.CreateBitCast(V, DL.getIntPtrType(NewTy)),
NewTy);
return IRB.CreateIntToPtr(V, NewTy);
}
// See if we need ptrtoint for this type pair. A cast involving both scalars
// and vectors requires and additional bitcast.
if (OldTy->getScalarType()->isPointerTy() &&
NewTy->getScalarType()->isIntegerTy()) {
// Expand <2 x i8*> to i128 --> <2 x i8*> to <2 x i64> to i128
if (OldTy->isVectorTy() && !NewTy->isVectorTy())
return IRB.CreateBitCast(IRB.CreatePtrToInt(V, DL.getIntPtrType(OldTy)),
NewTy);
// Expand i8* to <2 x i32> --> i8* to i64 to <2 x i32>
if (!OldTy->isVectorTy() && NewTy->isVectorTy())
return IRB.CreateBitCast(IRB.CreatePtrToInt(V, DL.getIntPtrType(OldTy)),
NewTy);
return IRB.CreatePtrToInt(V, NewTy);
}
return IRB.CreateBitCast(V, NewTy);
}
/// \brief Test whether the given slice use can be promoted to a vector.
///
/// This function is called to test each entry in a partioning which is slated
/// for a single slice.
static bool isVectorPromotionViableForSlice(AllocaSlices::Partition &P,
const Slice &S, VectorType *Ty,
uint64_t ElementSize,
const DataLayout &DL) {
// First validate the slice offsets.
uint64_t BeginOffset =
std::max(S.beginOffset(), P.beginOffset()) - P.beginOffset();
uint64_t BeginIndex = BeginOffset / ElementSize;
if (BeginIndex * ElementSize != BeginOffset ||
BeginIndex >= Ty->getNumElements())
return false;
uint64_t EndOffset =
std::min(S.endOffset(), P.endOffset()) - P.beginOffset();
uint64_t EndIndex = EndOffset / ElementSize;
if (EndIndex * ElementSize != EndOffset || EndIndex > Ty->getNumElements())
return false;
assert(EndIndex > BeginIndex && "Empty vector!");
uint64_t NumElements = EndIndex - BeginIndex;
Type *SliceTy = (NumElements == 1)
? Ty->getElementType()
: VectorType::get(Ty->getElementType(), NumElements);
Type *SplitIntTy =
Type::getIntNTy(Ty->getContext(), NumElements * ElementSize * 8);
Use *U = S.getUse();
if (MemIntrinsic *MI = dyn_cast<MemIntrinsic>(U->getUser())) {
if (MI->isVolatile())
return false;
if (!S.isSplittable())
return false; // Skip any unsplittable intrinsics.
} else if (IntrinsicInst *II = dyn_cast<IntrinsicInst>(U->getUser())) {
if (II->getIntrinsicID() != Intrinsic::lifetime_start &&
II->getIntrinsicID() != Intrinsic::lifetime_end)
return false;
} else if (U->get()->getType()->getPointerElementType()->isStructTy()) {
// Disable vector promotion when there are loads or stores of an FCA.
return false;
} else if (LoadInst *LI = dyn_cast<LoadInst>(U->getUser())) {
if (LI->isVolatile())
return false;
Type *LTy = LI->getType();
if (P.beginOffset() > S.beginOffset() || P.endOffset() < S.endOffset()) {
assert(LTy->isIntegerTy());
LTy = SplitIntTy;
}
if (!canConvertValue(DL, SliceTy, LTy))
return false;
} else if (StoreInst *SI = dyn_cast<StoreInst>(U->getUser())) {
if (SI->isVolatile())
return false;
Type *STy = SI->getValueOperand()->getType();
if (P.beginOffset() > S.beginOffset() || P.endOffset() < S.endOffset()) {
assert(STy->isIntegerTy());
STy = SplitIntTy;
}
if (!canConvertValue(DL, STy, SliceTy))
return false;
} else {
return false;
}
return true;
}
/// \brief Test whether the given alloca partitioning and range of slices can be
/// promoted to a vector.
///
/// This is a quick test to check whether we can rewrite a particular alloca
/// partition (and its newly formed alloca) into a vector alloca with only
/// whole-vector loads and stores such that it could be promoted to a vector
/// SSA value. We only can ensure this for a limited set of operations, and we
/// don't want to do the rewrites unless we are confident that the result will
/// be promotable, so we have an early test here.
static VectorType *isVectorPromotionViable(AllocaSlices::Partition &P,
const DataLayout &DL) {
// Collect the candidate types for vector-based promotion. Also track whether
// we have different element types.
SmallVector<VectorType *, 4> CandidateTys;
Type *CommonEltTy = nullptr;
bool HaveCommonEltTy = true;
auto CheckCandidateType = [&](Type *Ty) {
if (auto *VTy = dyn_cast<VectorType>(Ty)) {
CandidateTys.push_back(VTy);
if (!CommonEltTy)
CommonEltTy = VTy->getElementType();
else if (CommonEltTy != VTy->getElementType())
HaveCommonEltTy = false;
}
};
// Consider any loads or stores that are the exact size of the slice.
for (const Slice &S : P)
if (S.beginOffset() == P.beginOffset() &&
S.endOffset() == P.endOffset()) {
if (auto *LI = dyn_cast<LoadInst>(S.getUse()->getUser()))
CheckCandidateType(LI->getType());
else if (auto *SI = dyn_cast<StoreInst>(S.getUse()->getUser()))
CheckCandidateType(SI->getValueOperand()->getType());
}
// If we didn't find a vector type, nothing to do here.
if (CandidateTys.empty())
return nullptr;
// Remove non-integer vector types if we had multiple common element types.
// FIXME: It'd be nice to replace them with integer vector types, but we can't
// do that until all the backends are known to produce good code for all
// integer vector types.
if (!HaveCommonEltTy) {
CandidateTys.erase(std::remove_if(CandidateTys.begin(), CandidateTys.end(),
[](VectorType *VTy) {
return !VTy->getElementType()->isIntegerTy();
}),
CandidateTys.end());
// If there were no integer vector types, give up.
if (CandidateTys.empty())
return nullptr;
// Rank the remaining candidate vector types. This is easy because we know
// they're all integer vectors. We sort by ascending number of elements.
auto RankVectorTypes = [&DL](VectorType *RHSTy, VectorType *LHSTy) {
assert(DL.getTypeSizeInBits(RHSTy) == DL.getTypeSizeInBits(LHSTy) &&
"Cannot have vector types of different sizes!");
assert(RHSTy->getElementType()->isIntegerTy() &&
"All non-integer types eliminated!");
assert(LHSTy->getElementType()->isIntegerTy() &&
"All non-integer types eliminated!");
return RHSTy->getNumElements() < LHSTy->getNumElements();
};
std::sort(CandidateTys.begin(), CandidateTys.end(), RankVectorTypes);
CandidateTys.erase(
std::unique(CandidateTys.begin(), CandidateTys.end(), RankVectorTypes),
CandidateTys.end());
} else {
// The only way to have the same element type in every vector type is to
// have the same vector type. Check that and remove all but one.
#ifndef NDEBUG
for (VectorType *VTy : CandidateTys) {
assert(VTy->getElementType() == CommonEltTy &&
"Unaccounted for element type!");
assert(VTy == CandidateTys[0] &&
"Different vector types with the same element type!");
}
#endif
CandidateTys.resize(1);
}
// Try each vector type, and return the one which works.
auto CheckVectorTypeForPromotion = [&](VectorType *VTy) {
uint64_t ElementSize = DL.getTypeSizeInBits(VTy->getElementType());
// While the definition of LLVM vectors is bitpacked, we don't support sizes
// that aren't byte sized.
if (ElementSize % 8)
return false;
assert((DL.getTypeSizeInBits(VTy) % 8) == 0 &&
"vector size not a multiple of element size?");
ElementSize /= 8;
for (const Slice &S : P)
if (!isVectorPromotionViableForSlice(P, S, VTy, ElementSize, DL))
return false;
for (const Slice *S : P.splitSliceTails())
if (!isVectorPromotionViableForSlice(P, *S, VTy, ElementSize, DL))
return false;
return true;
};
for (VectorType *VTy : CandidateTys)
if (CheckVectorTypeForPromotion(VTy))
return VTy;
return nullptr;
}
/// \brief Test whether a slice of an alloca is valid for integer widening.
///
/// This implements the necessary checking for the \c isIntegerWideningViable
/// test below on a single slice of the alloca.
static bool isIntegerWideningViableForSlice(const Slice &S,
uint64_t AllocBeginOffset,
Type *AllocaTy,
const DataLayout &DL,
bool &WholeAllocaOp) {
uint64_t Size = DL.getTypeStoreSize(AllocaTy);
uint64_t RelBegin = S.beginOffset() - AllocBeginOffset;
uint64_t RelEnd = S.endOffset() - AllocBeginOffset;
// We can't reasonably handle cases where the load or store extends past
// the end of the aloca's type and into its padding.
if (RelEnd > Size)
return false;
Use *U = S.getUse();
if (LoadInst *LI = dyn_cast<LoadInst>(U->getUser())) {
if (LI->isVolatile())
return false;
// We can't handle loads that extend past the allocated memory.
if (DL.getTypeStoreSize(LI->getType()) > Size)
return false;
// Note that we don't count vector loads or stores as whole-alloca
// operations which enable integer widening because we would prefer to use
// vector widening instead.
if (!isa<VectorType>(LI->getType()) && RelBegin == 0 && RelEnd == Size)
WholeAllocaOp = true;
if (IntegerType *ITy = dyn_cast<IntegerType>(LI->getType())) {
if (ITy->getBitWidth() < DL.getTypeStoreSizeInBits(ITy))
return false;
} else if (RelBegin != 0 || RelEnd != Size ||
!canConvertValue(DL, AllocaTy, LI->getType())) {
// Non-integer loads need to be convertible from the alloca type so that
// they are promotable.
return false;
}
} else if (StoreInst *SI = dyn_cast<StoreInst>(U->getUser())) {
Type *ValueTy = SI->getValueOperand()->getType();
if (SI->isVolatile())
return false;
// We can't handle stores that extend past the allocated memory.
if (DL.getTypeStoreSize(ValueTy) > Size)
return false;
// Note that we don't count vector loads or stores as whole-alloca
// operations which enable integer widening because we would prefer to use
// vector widening instead.
if (!isa<VectorType>(ValueTy) && RelBegin == 0 && RelEnd == Size)
WholeAllocaOp = true;
if (IntegerType *ITy = dyn_cast<IntegerType>(ValueTy)) {
if (ITy->getBitWidth() < DL.getTypeStoreSizeInBits(ITy))
return false;
} else if (RelBegin != 0 || RelEnd != Size ||
!canConvertValue(DL, ValueTy, AllocaTy)) {
// Non-integer stores need to be convertible to the alloca type so that
// they are promotable.
return false;
}
} else if (MemIntrinsic *MI = dyn_cast<MemIntrinsic>(U->getUser())) {
if (MI->isVolatile() || !isa<Constant>(MI->getLength()))
return false;
if (!S.isSplittable())
return false; // Skip any unsplittable intrinsics.
} else if (IntrinsicInst *II = dyn_cast<IntrinsicInst>(U->getUser())) {
if (II->getIntrinsicID() != Intrinsic::lifetime_start &&
II->getIntrinsicID() != Intrinsic::lifetime_end)
return false;
} else {
return false;
}
return true;
}
/// \brief Test whether the given alloca partition's integer operations can be
/// widened to promotable ones.
///
/// This is a quick test to check whether we can rewrite the integer loads and
/// stores to a particular alloca into wider loads and stores and be able to
/// promote the resulting alloca.
static bool isIntegerWideningViable(AllocaSlices::Partition &P, Type *AllocaTy,
const DataLayout &DL) {
uint64_t SizeInBits = DL.getTypeSizeInBits(AllocaTy);
// Don't create integer types larger than the maximum bitwidth.
if (SizeInBits > IntegerType::MAX_INT_BITS)
return false;
// Don't try to handle allocas with bit-padding.
if (SizeInBits != DL.getTypeStoreSizeInBits(AllocaTy))
return false;
// We need to ensure that an integer type with the appropriate bitwidth can
// be converted to the alloca type, whatever that is. We don't want to force
// the alloca itself to have an integer type if there is a more suitable one.
Type *IntTy = Type::getIntNTy(AllocaTy->getContext(), SizeInBits);
if (!canConvertValue(DL, AllocaTy, IntTy) ||
!canConvertValue(DL, IntTy, AllocaTy))
return false;
// While examining uses, we ensure that the alloca has a covering load or
// store. We don't want to widen the integer operations only to fail to
// promote due to some other unsplittable entry (which we may make splittable
// later). However, if there are only splittable uses, go ahead and assume
// that we cover the alloca.
// FIXME: We shouldn't consider split slices that happen to start in the
// partition here...
bool WholeAllocaOp =
P.begin() != P.end() ? false : DL.isLegalInteger(SizeInBits);
for (const Slice &S : P)
if (!isIntegerWideningViableForSlice(S, P.beginOffset(), AllocaTy, DL,
WholeAllocaOp))
return false;
for (const Slice *S : P.splitSliceTails())
if (!isIntegerWideningViableForSlice(*S, P.beginOffset(), AllocaTy, DL,
WholeAllocaOp))
return false;
return WholeAllocaOp;
}
static Value *extractInteger(const DataLayout &DL, IRBuilderTy &IRB, Value *V,
IntegerType *Ty, uint64_t Offset,
const Twine &Name) {
DEBUG(dbgs() << " start: " << *V << "\n");
IntegerType *IntTy = cast<IntegerType>(V->getType());
assert(DL.getTypeStoreSize(Ty) + Offset <= DL.getTypeStoreSize(IntTy) &&
"Element extends past full value");
uint64_t ShAmt = 8 * Offset;
if (DL.isBigEndian())
ShAmt = 8 * (DL.getTypeStoreSize(IntTy) - DL.getTypeStoreSize(Ty) - Offset);
if (ShAmt) {
V = IRB.CreateLShr(V, ShAmt, Name + ".shift");
DEBUG(dbgs() << " shifted: " << *V << "\n");
}
assert(Ty->getBitWidth() <= IntTy->getBitWidth() &&
"Cannot extract to a larger integer!");
if (Ty != IntTy) {
V = IRB.CreateTrunc(V, Ty, Name + ".trunc");
DEBUG(dbgs() << " trunced: " << *V << "\n");
}
return V;
}
static Value *insertInteger(const DataLayout &DL, IRBuilderTy &IRB, Value *Old,
Value *V, uint64_t Offset, const Twine &Name) {
IntegerType *IntTy = cast<IntegerType>(Old->getType());
IntegerType *Ty = cast<IntegerType>(V->getType());
assert(Ty->getBitWidth() <= IntTy->getBitWidth() &&
"Cannot insert a larger integer!");
DEBUG(dbgs() << " start: " << *V << "\n");
if (Ty != IntTy) {
V = IRB.CreateZExt(V, IntTy, Name + ".ext");
DEBUG(dbgs() << " extended: " << *V << "\n");
}
assert(DL.getTypeStoreSize(Ty) + Offset <= DL.getTypeStoreSize(IntTy) &&
"Element store outside of alloca store");
uint64_t ShAmt = 8 * Offset;
if (DL.isBigEndian())
ShAmt = 8 * (DL.getTypeStoreSize(IntTy) - DL.getTypeStoreSize(Ty) - Offset);
if (ShAmt) {
V = IRB.CreateShl(V, ShAmt, Name + ".shift");
DEBUG(dbgs() << " shifted: " << *V << "\n");
}
if (ShAmt || Ty->getBitWidth() < IntTy->getBitWidth()) {
APInt Mask = ~Ty->getMask().zext(IntTy->getBitWidth()).shl(ShAmt);
Old = IRB.CreateAnd(Old, Mask, Name + ".mask");
DEBUG(dbgs() << " masked: " << *Old << "\n");
V = IRB.CreateOr(Old, V, Name + ".insert");
DEBUG(dbgs() << " inserted: " << *V << "\n");
}
return V;
}
static Value *extractVector(IRBuilderTy &IRB, Value *V, unsigned BeginIndex,
unsigned EndIndex, const Twine &Name) {
VectorType *VecTy = cast<VectorType>(V->getType());
unsigned NumElements = EndIndex - BeginIndex;
assert(NumElements <= VecTy->getNumElements() && "Too many elements!");
if (NumElements == VecTy->getNumElements())
return V;
if (NumElements == 1) {
V = IRB.CreateExtractElement(V, IRB.getInt32(BeginIndex),
Name + ".extract");
DEBUG(dbgs() << " extract: " << *V << "\n");
return V;
}
SmallVector<Constant *, 8> Mask;
Mask.reserve(NumElements);
for (unsigned i = BeginIndex; i != EndIndex; ++i)
Mask.push_back(IRB.getInt32(i));
V = IRB.CreateShuffleVector(V, UndefValue::get(V->getType()),
ConstantVector::get(Mask), Name + ".extract");
DEBUG(dbgs() << " shuffle: " << *V << "\n");
return V;
}
static Value *insertVector(IRBuilderTy &IRB, Value *Old, Value *V,
unsigned BeginIndex, const Twine &Name) {
VectorType *VecTy = cast<VectorType>(Old->getType());
assert(VecTy && "Can only insert a vector into a vector");
VectorType *Ty = dyn_cast<VectorType>(V->getType());
if (!Ty) {
// Single element to insert.
V = IRB.CreateInsertElement(Old, V, IRB.getInt32(BeginIndex),
Name + ".insert");
DEBUG(dbgs() << " insert: " << *V << "\n");
return V;
}
assert(Ty->getNumElements() <= VecTy->getNumElements() &&
"Too many elements!");
if (Ty->getNumElements() == VecTy->getNumElements()) {
assert(V->getType() == VecTy && "Vector type mismatch");
return V;
}
unsigned EndIndex = BeginIndex + Ty->getNumElements();
// When inserting a smaller vector into the larger to store, we first
// use a shuffle vector to widen it with undef elements, and then
// a second shuffle vector to select between the loaded vector and the
// incoming vector.
SmallVector<Constant *, 8> Mask;
Mask.reserve(VecTy->getNumElements());
for (unsigned i = 0; i != VecTy->getNumElements(); ++i)
if (i >= BeginIndex && i < EndIndex)
Mask.push_back(IRB.getInt32(i - BeginIndex));
else
Mask.push_back(UndefValue::get(IRB.getInt32Ty()));
V = IRB.CreateShuffleVector(V, UndefValue::get(V->getType()),
ConstantVector::get(Mask), Name + ".expand");
DEBUG(dbgs() << " shuffle: " << *V << "\n");
Mask.clear();
for (unsigned i = 0; i != VecTy->getNumElements(); ++i)
Mask.push_back(IRB.getInt1(i >= BeginIndex && i < EndIndex));
V = IRB.CreateSelect(ConstantVector::get(Mask), V, Old, Name + "blend");
DEBUG(dbgs() << " blend: " << *V << "\n");
return V;
}
namespace {
/// \brief Visitor to rewrite instructions using p particular slice of an alloca
/// to use a new alloca.
///
/// Also implements the rewriting to vector-based accesses when the partition
/// passes the isVectorPromotionViable predicate. Most of the rewriting logic
/// lives here.
class AllocaSliceRewriter : public InstVisitor<AllocaSliceRewriter, bool> {
// Befriend the base class so it can delegate to private visit methods.
friend class llvm::InstVisitor<AllocaSliceRewriter, bool>;
typedef llvm::InstVisitor<AllocaSliceRewriter, bool> Base;
const DataLayout &DL;
AllocaSlices &AS;
SROA &Pass;
AllocaInst &OldAI, &NewAI;
const uint64_t NewAllocaBeginOffset, NewAllocaEndOffset;
Type *NewAllocaTy;
// This is a convenience and flag variable that will be null unless the new
// alloca's integer operations should be widened to this integer type due to
// passing isIntegerWideningViable above. If it is non-null, the desired
// integer type will be stored here for easy access during rewriting.
IntegerType *IntTy;
// If we are rewriting an alloca partition which can be written as pure
// vector operations, we stash extra information here. When VecTy is
// non-null, we have some strict guarantees about the rewritten alloca:
// - The new alloca is exactly the size of the vector type here.
// - The accesses all either map to the entire vector or to a single
// element.
// - The set of accessing instructions is only one of those handled above
// in isVectorPromotionViable. Generally these are the same access kinds
// which are promotable via mem2reg.
VectorType *VecTy;
Type *ElementTy;
uint64_t ElementSize;
// The original offset of the slice currently being rewritten relative to
// the original alloca.
uint64_t BeginOffset, EndOffset;
// The new offsets of the slice currently being rewritten relative to the
// original alloca.
uint64_t NewBeginOffset, NewEndOffset;
uint64_t SliceSize;
bool IsSplittable;
bool IsSplit;
Use *OldUse;
Instruction *OldPtr;
// Track post-rewrite users which are PHI nodes and Selects.
SmallPtrSetImpl<PHINode *> &PHIUsers;
SmallPtrSetImpl<SelectInst *> &SelectUsers;
// Utility IR builder, whose name prefix is setup for each visited use, and
// the insertion point is set to point to the user.
IRBuilderTy IRB;
public:
AllocaSliceRewriter(const DataLayout &DL, AllocaSlices &AS, SROA &Pass,
AllocaInst &OldAI, AllocaInst &NewAI,
uint64_t NewAllocaBeginOffset,
uint64_t NewAllocaEndOffset, bool IsIntegerPromotable,
VectorType *PromotableVecTy,
SmallPtrSetImpl<PHINode *> &PHIUsers,
SmallPtrSetImpl<SelectInst *> &SelectUsers)
: DL(DL), AS(AS), Pass(Pass), OldAI(OldAI), NewAI(NewAI),
NewAllocaBeginOffset(NewAllocaBeginOffset),
NewAllocaEndOffset(NewAllocaEndOffset),
NewAllocaTy(NewAI.getAllocatedType()),
IntTy(IsIntegerPromotable
? Type::getIntNTy(
NewAI.getContext(),
DL.getTypeSizeInBits(NewAI.getAllocatedType()))
: nullptr),
VecTy(PromotableVecTy),
ElementTy(VecTy ? VecTy->getElementType() : nullptr),
ElementSize(VecTy ? DL.getTypeSizeInBits(ElementTy) / 8 : 0),
BeginOffset(), EndOffset(), IsSplittable(), IsSplit(), OldUse(),
OldPtr(), PHIUsers(PHIUsers), SelectUsers(SelectUsers),
IRB(NewAI.getContext(), ConstantFolder()) {
if (VecTy) {
assert((DL.getTypeSizeInBits(ElementTy</