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# Test cases where we spill from one frame index to another, both of which
# are out of range of MVC, and both of which need emergency spill slots.
# RUN: python %s | llc -mtriple=s390x-linux-gnu | FileCheck %s
# CHECK: f1:
# CHECK: %fallthru
# CHECK-DAG: stg [[REG1:%r[0-9]+]], 8168(%r15)
# CHECK-DAG: stg [[REG2:%r[0-9]+]], 8176(%r15)
# CHECK-DAG: lay [[REG3:%r[0-9]+]], 8192(%r15)
# CHECK-DAG: lay [[REG4:%r[0-9]+]], 4096(%r15)
# CHECK: mvc 0(8,[[REG3]]), 4088([[REG4]])
# CHECK-DAG: lg [[REG1]], 8168(%r15)
# CHECK-DAG: lg [[REG2]], 8176(%r15)
# CHECK: %skip
# CHECK: br %r14
# Arrange for %foo's spill slot to be at 8184(%r15) and the alloca area to be at
# 8192(%r15). The two emergency spill slots live below that, so this requires
# the first 8168 bytes to be used for the call. 160 of these bytes are
# allocated for the ABI frame. There are also 5 argument registers, one of
# which is used as a base pointer.
from __future__ import print_function
args = (8168 - 160) / 8 + (5 - 1)
print('declare i64 *@foo(i64 *%s)' % (', i64' * args))
print('declare void @bar(i64 *)')
print('define i64 @f1(i64 %foo) {')
# Make the allocation big, so that it goes at the top of the frame.
print(' %array = alloca [1000 x i64]')
print(' %area = getelementptr [1000 x i64], [1000 x i64] *%array, i64 0, i64 0')
print(' %%base = call i64 *@foo(i64 *%%area%s)' % (', i64 0' * args))
# Make sure all GPRs are used. One is needed for the stack pointer and
# another for %base, so we need 14 live values.
count = 14
for i in range(count):
print(' %%ptr%d = getelementptr i64, i64 *%%base, i64 %d' % (i, i / 2))
print(' %%val%d = load volatile i64 , i64 *%%ptr%d' % (i, i))
# Encourage the register allocator to give preference to these %vals
# by using them several times.
for j in range(4):
for i in range(count):
print(' store volatile i64 %%val%d, i64 *%%ptr%d' % (i, i))
# Copy the incoming argument, which we expect to be spilled, to the frame
# index for the alloca area. Also throw in a volatile store, so that this
# block cannot be reordered with the surrounding code.
print(' %cond = icmp eq i64 %val0, %val1')
print(' br i1 %cond, label %skip, label %fallthru')
print(' store i64 %foo, i64 *%area')
print(' store volatile i64 %val0, i64 *%ptr0')
print(' br label %skip')
# Use each %val a few more times to emphasise the point, and to make sure
# that they are live across the store of %foo.
for j in range(4):
for i in range(count):
print(' store volatile i64 %%val%d, i64 *%%ptr%d' % (i, i))
print(' call void @bar(i64 *%area)')
print(' ret i64 0')