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/*===-- llvm-c/Core.h - Core Library C Interface ------------------*- C -*-===*\
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|* Part of the LLVM Project, under the Apache License v2.0 with LLVM *|
|* Exceptions. *|
|* See https://llvm.org/LICENSE.txt for license information. *|
|* SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0 WITH LLVM-exception *|
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|* *|
|* This header declares the C interface to libLLVMCore.a, which implements *|
|* the LLVM intermediate representation. *|
|* *|
\*===----------------------------------------------------------------------===*/
#ifndef LLVM_C_CORE_H
#define LLVM_C_CORE_H
#include "llvm-c/ErrorHandling.h"
#include "llvm-c/Types.h"
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
/**
* @defgroup LLVMC LLVM-C: C interface to LLVM
*
* This module exposes parts of the LLVM library as a C API.
*
* @{
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCTransforms Transforms
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCore Core
*
* This modules provide an interface to libLLVMCore, which implements
* the LLVM intermediate representation as well as other related types
* and utilities.
*
* Many exotic languages can interoperate with C code but have a harder time
* with C++ due to name mangling. So in addition to C, this interface enables
* tools written in such languages.
*
* @{
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreTypes Types and Enumerations
*
* @{
*/
/// External users depend on the following values being stable. It is not safe
/// to reorder them.
typedef enum {
/* Terminator Instructions */
LLVMRet = 1,
LLVMBr = 2,
LLVMSwitch = 3,
LLVMIndirectBr = 4,
LLVMInvoke = 5,
/* removed 6 due to API changes */
LLVMUnreachable = 7,
LLVMCallBr = 67,
/* Standard Unary Operators */
LLVMFNeg = 66,
/* Standard Binary Operators */
LLVMAdd = 8,
LLVMFAdd = 9,
LLVMSub = 10,
LLVMFSub = 11,
LLVMMul = 12,
LLVMFMul = 13,
LLVMUDiv = 14,
LLVMSDiv = 15,
LLVMFDiv = 16,
LLVMURem = 17,
LLVMSRem = 18,
LLVMFRem = 19,
/* Logical Operators */
LLVMShl = 20,
LLVMLShr = 21,
LLVMAShr = 22,
LLVMAnd = 23,
LLVMOr = 24,
LLVMXor = 25,
/* Memory Operators */
LLVMAlloca = 26,
LLVMLoad = 27,
LLVMStore = 28,
LLVMGetElementPtr = 29,
/* Cast Operators */
LLVMTrunc = 30,
LLVMZExt = 31,
LLVMSExt = 32,
LLVMFPToUI = 33,
LLVMFPToSI = 34,
LLVMUIToFP = 35,
LLVMSIToFP = 36,
LLVMFPTrunc = 37,
LLVMFPExt = 38,
LLVMPtrToInt = 39,
LLVMIntToPtr = 40,
LLVMBitCast = 41,
LLVMAddrSpaceCast = 60,
/* Other Operators */
LLVMICmp = 42,
LLVMFCmp = 43,
LLVMPHI = 44,
LLVMCall = 45,
LLVMSelect = 46,
LLVMUserOp1 = 47,
LLVMUserOp2 = 48,
LLVMVAArg = 49,
LLVMExtractElement = 50,
LLVMInsertElement = 51,
LLVMShuffleVector = 52,
LLVMExtractValue = 53,
LLVMInsertValue = 54,
/* Atomic operators */
LLVMFence = 55,
LLVMAtomicCmpXchg = 56,
LLVMAtomicRMW = 57,
/* Exception Handling Operators */
LLVMResume = 58,
LLVMLandingPad = 59,
LLVMCleanupRet = 61,
LLVMCatchRet = 62,
LLVMCatchPad = 63,
LLVMCleanupPad = 64,
LLVMCatchSwitch = 65
} LLVMOpcode;
typedef enum {
LLVMVoidTypeKind, /**< type with no size */
LLVMHalfTypeKind, /**< 16 bit floating point type */
LLVMFloatTypeKind, /**< 32 bit floating point type */
LLVMDoubleTypeKind, /**< 64 bit floating point type */
LLVMX86_FP80TypeKind, /**< 80 bit floating point type (X87) */
LLVMFP128TypeKind, /**< 128 bit floating point type (112-bit mantissa)*/
LLVMPPC_FP128TypeKind, /**< 128 bit floating point type (two 64-bits) */
LLVMLabelTypeKind, /**< Labels */
LLVMIntegerTypeKind, /**< Arbitrary bit width integers */
LLVMFunctionTypeKind, /**< Functions */
LLVMStructTypeKind, /**< Structures */
LLVMArrayTypeKind, /**< Arrays */
LLVMPointerTypeKind, /**< Pointers */
LLVMVectorTypeKind, /**< SIMD 'packed' format, or other vector type */
LLVMMetadataTypeKind, /**< Metadata */
LLVMX86_MMXTypeKind, /**< X86 MMX */
LLVMTokenTypeKind /**< Tokens */
} LLVMTypeKind;
typedef enum {
LLVMExternalLinkage, /**< Externally visible function */
LLVMAvailableExternallyLinkage,
LLVMLinkOnceAnyLinkage, /**< Keep one copy of function when linking (inline)*/
LLVMLinkOnceODRLinkage, /**< Same, but only replaced by something
equivalent. */
LLVMLinkOnceODRAutoHideLinkage, /**< Obsolete */
LLVMWeakAnyLinkage, /**< Keep one copy of function when linking (weak) */
LLVMWeakODRLinkage, /**< Same, but only replaced by something
equivalent. */
LLVMAppendingLinkage, /**< Special purpose, only applies to global arrays */
LLVMInternalLinkage, /**< Rename collisions when linking (static
functions) */
LLVMPrivateLinkage, /**< Like Internal, but omit from symbol table */
LLVMDLLImportLinkage, /**< Obsolete */
LLVMDLLExportLinkage, /**< Obsolete */
LLVMExternalWeakLinkage,/**< ExternalWeak linkage description */
LLVMGhostLinkage, /**< Obsolete */
LLVMCommonLinkage, /**< Tentative definitions */
LLVMLinkerPrivateLinkage, /**< Like Private, but linker removes. */
LLVMLinkerPrivateWeakLinkage /**< Like LinkerPrivate, but is weak. */
} LLVMLinkage;
typedef enum {
LLVMDefaultVisibility, /**< The GV is visible */
LLVMHiddenVisibility, /**< The GV is hidden */
LLVMProtectedVisibility /**< The GV is protected */
} LLVMVisibility;
typedef enum {
LLVMNoUnnamedAddr, /**< Address of the GV is significant. */
LLVMLocalUnnamedAddr, /**< Address of the GV is locally insignificant. */
LLVMGlobalUnnamedAddr /**< Address of the GV is globally insignificant. */
} LLVMUnnamedAddr;
typedef enum {
LLVMDefaultStorageClass = 0,
LLVMDLLImportStorageClass = 1, /**< Function to be imported from DLL. */
LLVMDLLExportStorageClass = 2 /**< Function to be accessible from DLL. */
} LLVMDLLStorageClass;
typedef enum {
LLVMCCallConv = 0,
LLVMFastCallConv = 8,
LLVMColdCallConv = 9,
LLVMGHCCallConv = 10,
LLVMHiPECallConv = 11,
LLVMWebKitJSCallConv = 12,
LLVMAnyRegCallConv = 13,
LLVMPreserveMostCallConv = 14,
LLVMPreserveAllCallConv = 15,
LLVMSwiftCallConv = 16,
LLVMCXXFASTTLSCallConv = 17,
LLVMX86StdcallCallConv = 64,
LLVMX86FastcallCallConv = 65,
LLVMARMAPCSCallConv = 66,
LLVMARMAAPCSCallConv = 67,
LLVMARMAAPCSVFPCallConv = 68,
LLVMMSP430INTRCallConv = 69,
LLVMX86ThisCallCallConv = 70,
LLVMPTXKernelCallConv = 71,
LLVMPTXDeviceCallConv = 72,
LLVMSPIRFUNCCallConv = 75,
LLVMSPIRKERNELCallConv = 76,
LLVMIntelOCLBICallConv = 77,
LLVMX8664SysVCallConv = 78,
LLVMWin64CallConv = 79,
LLVMX86VectorCallCallConv = 80,
LLVMHHVMCallConv = 81,
LLVMHHVMCCallConv = 82,
LLVMX86INTRCallConv = 83,
LLVMAVRINTRCallConv = 84,
LLVMAVRSIGNALCallConv = 85,
LLVMAVRBUILTINCallConv = 86,
LLVMAMDGPUVSCallConv = 87,
LLVMAMDGPUGSCallConv = 88,
LLVMAMDGPUPSCallConv = 89,
LLVMAMDGPUCSCallConv = 90,
LLVMAMDGPUKERNELCallConv = 91,
LLVMX86RegCallCallConv = 92,
LLVMAMDGPUHSCallConv = 93,
LLVMMSP430BUILTINCallConv = 94,
LLVMAMDGPULSCallConv = 95,
LLVMAMDGPUESCallConv = 96
} LLVMCallConv;
typedef enum {
LLVMArgumentValueKind,
LLVMBasicBlockValueKind,
LLVMMemoryUseValueKind,
LLVMMemoryDefValueKind,
LLVMMemoryPhiValueKind,
LLVMFunctionValueKind,
LLVMGlobalAliasValueKind,
LLVMGlobalIFuncValueKind,
LLVMGlobalVariableValueKind,
LLVMBlockAddressValueKind,
LLVMConstantExprValueKind,
LLVMConstantArrayValueKind,
LLVMConstantStructValueKind,
LLVMConstantVectorValueKind,
LLVMUndefValueValueKind,
LLVMConstantAggregateZeroValueKind,
LLVMConstantDataArrayValueKind,
LLVMConstantDataVectorValueKind,
LLVMConstantIntValueKind,
LLVMConstantFPValueKind,
LLVMConstantPointerNullValueKind,
LLVMConstantTokenNoneValueKind,
LLVMMetadataAsValueValueKind,
LLVMInlineAsmValueKind,
LLVMInstructionValueKind,
} LLVMValueKind;
typedef enum {
LLVMIntEQ = 32, /**< equal */
LLVMIntNE, /**< not equal */
LLVMIntUGT, /**< unsigned greater than */
LLVMIntUGE, /**< unsigned greater or equal */
LLVMIntULT, /**< unsigned less than */
LLVMIntULE, /**< unsigned less or equal */
LLVMIntSGT, /**< signed greater than */
LLVMIntSGE, /**< signed greater or equal */
LLVMIntSLT, /**< signed less than */
LLVMIntSLE /**< signed less or equal */
} LLVMIntPredicate;
typedef enum {
LLVMRealPredicateFalse, /**< Always false (always folded) */
LLVMRealOEQ, /**< True if ordered and equal */
LLVMRealOGT, /**< True if ordered and greater than */
LLVMRealOGE, /**< True if ordered and greater than or equal */
LLVMRealOLT, /**< True if ordered and less than */
LLVMRealOLE, /**< True if ordered and less than or equal */
LLVMRealONE, /**< True if ordered and operands are unequal */
LLVMRealORD, /**< True if ordered (no nans) */
LLVMRealUNO, /**< True if unordered: isnan(X) | isnan(Y) */
LLVMRealUEQ, /**< True if unordered or equal */
LLVMRealUGT, /**< True if unordered or greater than */
LLVMRealUGE, /**< True if unordered, greater than, or equal */
LLVMRealULT, /**< True if unordered or less than */
LLVMRealULE, /**< True if unordered, less than, or equal */
LLVMRealUNE, /**< True if unordered or not equal */
LLVMRealPredicateTrue /**< Always true (always folded) */
} LLVMRealPredicate;
typedef enum {
LLVMLandingPadCatch, /**< A catch clause */
LLVMLandingPadFilter /**< A filter clause */
} LLVMLandingPadClauseTy;
typedef enum {
LLVMNotThreadLocal = 0,
LLVMGeneralDynamicTLSModel,
LLVMLocalDynamicTLSModel,
LLVMInitialExecTLSModel,
LLVMLocalExecTLSModel
} LLVMThreadLocalMode;
typedef enum {
LLVMAtomicOrderingNotAtomic = 0, /**< A load or store which is not atomic */
LLVMAtomicOrderingUnordered = 1, /**< Lowest level of atomicity, guarantees
somewhat sane results, lock free. */
LLVMAtomicOrderingMonotonic = 2, /**< guarantees that if you take all the
operations affecting a specific address,
a consistent ordering exists */
LLVMAtomicOrderingAcquire = 4, /**< Acquire provides a barrier of the sort
necessary to acquire a lock to access other
memory with normal loads and stores. */
LLVMAtomicOrderingRelease = 5, /**< Release is similar to Acquire, but with
a barrier of the sort necessary to release
a lock. */
LLVMAtomicOrderingAcquireRelease = 6, /**< provides both an Acquire and a
Release barrier (for fences and
operations which both read and write
memory). */
LLVMAtomicOrderingSequentiallyConsistent = 7 /**< provides Acquire semantics
for loads and Release
semantics for stores.
Additionally, it guarantees
that a total ordering exists
between all
SequentiallyConsistent
operations. */
} LLVMAtomicOrdering;
typedef enum {
LLVMAtomicRMWBinOpXchg, /**< Set the new value and return the one old */
LLVMAtomicRMWBinOpAdd, /**< Add a value and return the old one */
LLVMAtomicRMWBinOpSub, /**< Subtract a value and return the old one */
LLVMAtomicRMWBinOpAnd, /**< And a value and return the old one */
LLVMAtomicRMWBinOpNand, /**< Not-And a value and return the old one */
LLVMAtomicRMWBinOpOr, /**< OR a value and return the old one */
LLVMAtomicRMWBinOpXor, /**< Xor a value and return the old one */
LLVMAtomicRMWBinOpMax, /**< Sets the value if it's greater than the
original using a signed comparison and return
the old one */
LLVMAtomicRMWBinOpMin, /**< Sets the value if it's Smaller than the
original using a signed comparison and return
the old one */
LLVMAtomicRMWBinOpUMax, /**< Sets the value if it's greater than the
original using an unsigned comparison and return
the old one */
LLVMAtomicRMWBinOpUMin /**< Sets the value if it's greater than the
original using an unsigned comparison and return
the old one */
} LLVMAtomicRMWBinOp;
typedef enum {
LLVMDSError,
LLVMDSWarning,
LLVMDSRemark,
LLVMDSNote
} LLVMDiagnosticSeverity;
typedef enum {
LLVMInlineAsmDialectATT,
LLVMInlineAsmDialectIntel
} LLVMInlineAsmDialect;
typedef enum {
/**
* Emits an error if two values disagree, otherwise the resulting value is
* that of the operands.
*
* @see Module::ModFlagBehavior::Error
*/
LLVMModuleFlagBehaviorError,
/**
* Emits a warning if two values disagree. The result value will be the
* operand for the flag from the first module being linked.
*
* @see Module::ModFlagBehavior::Warning
*/
LLVMModuleFlagBehaviorWarning,
/**
* Adds a requirement that another module flag be present and have a
* specified value after linking is performed. The value must be a metadata
* pair, where the first element of the pair is the ID of the module flag
* to be restricted, and the second element of the pair is the value the
* module flag should be restricted to. This behavior can be used to
* restrict the allowable results (via triggering of an error) of linking
* IDs with the **Override** behavior.
*
* @see Module::ModFlagBehavior::Require
*/
LLVMModuleFlagBehaviorRequire,
/**
* Uses the specified value, regardless of the behavior or value of the
* other module. If both modules specify **Override**, but the values
* differ, an error will be emitted.
*
* @see Module::ModFlagBehavior::Override
*/
LLVMModuleFlagBehaviorOverride,
/**
* Appends the two values, which are required to be metadata nodes.
*
* @see Module::ModFlagBehavior::Append
*/
LLVMModuleFlagBehaviorAppend,
/**
* Appends the two values, which are required to be metadata
* nodes. However, duplicate entries in the second list are dropped
* during the append operation.
*
* @see Module::ModFlagBehavior::AppendUnique
*/
LLVMModuleFlagBehaviorAppendUnique,
} LLVMModuleFlagBehavior;
/**
* Attribute index are either LLVMAttributeReturnIndex,
* LLVMAttributeFunctionIndex or a parameter number from 1 to N.
*/
enum {
LLVMAttributeReturnIndex = 0U,
// ISO C restricts enumerator values to range of 'int'
// (4294967295 is too large)
// LLVMAttributeFunctionIndex = ~0U,
LLVMAttributeFunctionIndex = -1,
};
typedef unsigned LLVMAttributeIndex;
/**
* @}
*/
void LLVMInitializeCore(LLVMPassRegistryRef R);
/** Deallocate and destroy all ManagedStatic variables.
@see llvm::llvm_shutdown
@see ManagedStatic */
void LLVMShutdown(void);
/*===-- Error handling ----------------------------------------------------===*/
char *LLVMCreateMessage(const char *Message);
void LLVMDisposeMessage(char *Message);
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreContext Contexts
*
* Contexts are execution states for the core LLVM IR system.
*
* Most types are tied to a context instance. Multiple contexts can
* exist simultaneously. A single context is not thread safe. However,
* different contexts can execute on different threads simultaneously.
*
* @{
*/
typedef void (*LLVMDiagnosticHandler)(LLVMDiagnosticInfoRef, void *);
typedef void (*LLVMYieldCallback)(LLVMContextRef, void *);
/**
* Create a new context.
*
* Every call to this function should be paired with a call to
* LLVMContextDispose() or the context will leak memory.
*/
LLVMContextRef LLVMContextCreate(void);
/**
* Obtain the global context instance.
*/
LLVMContextRef LLVMGetGlobalContext(void);
/**
* Set the diagnostic handler for this context.
*/
void LLVMContextSetDiagnosticHandler(LLVMContextRef C,
LLVMDiagnosticHandler Handler,
void *DiagnosticContext);
/**
* Get the diagnostic handler of this context.
*/
LLVMDiagnosticHandler LLVMContextGetDiagnosticHandler(LLVMContextRef C);
/**
* Get the diagnostic context of this context.
*/
void *LLVMContextGetDiagnosticContext(LLVMContextRef C);
/**
* Set the yield callback function for this context.
*
* @see LLVMContext::setYieldCallback()
*/
void LLVMContextSetYieldCallback(LLVMContextRef C, LLVMYieldCallback Callback,
void *OpaqueHandle);
/**
* Retrieve whether the given context is set to discard all value names.
*
* @see LLVMContext::shouldDiscardValueNames()
*/
LLVMBool LLVMContextShouldDiscardValueNames(LLVMContextRef C);
/**
* Set whether the given context discards all value names.
*
* If true, only the names of GlobalValue objects will be available in the IR.
* This can be used to save memory and runtime, especially in release mode.
*
* @see LLVMContext::setDiscardValueNames()
*/
void LLVMContextSetDiscardValueNames(LLVMContextRef C, LLVMBool Discard);
/**
* Destroy a context instance.
*
* This should be called for every call to LLVMContextCreate() or memory
* will be leaked.
*/
void LLVMContextDispose(LLVMContextRef C);
/**
* Return a string representation of the DiagnosticInfo. Use
* LLVMDisposeMessage to free the string.
*
* @see DiagnosticInfo::print()
*/
char *LLVMGetDiagInfoDescription(LLVMDiagnosticInfoRef DI);
/**
* Return an enum LLVMDiagnosticSeverity.
*
* @see DiagnosticInfo::getSeverity()
*/
LLVMDiagnosticSeverity LLVMGetDiagInfoSeverity(LLVMDiagnosticInfoRef DI);
unsigned LLVMGetMDKindIDInContext(LLVMContextRef C, const char *Name,
unsigned SLen);
unsigned LLVMGetMDKindID(const char *Name, unsigned SLen);
/**
* Return an unique id given the name of a enum attribute,
* or 0 if no attribute by that name exists.
*
* See http://llvm.org/docs/LangRef.html#parameter-attributes
* and http://llvm.org/docs/LangRef.html#function-attributes
* for the list of available attributes.
*
* NB: Attribute names and/or id are subject to change without
* going through the C API deprecation cycle.
*/
unsigned LLVMGetEnumAttributeKindForName(const char *Name, size_t SLen);
unsigned LLVMGetLastEnumAttributeKind(void);
/**
* Create an enum attribute.
*/
LLVMAttributeRef LLVMCreateEnumAttribute(LLVMContextRef C, unsigned KindID,
uint64_t Val);
/**
* Get the unique id corresponding to the enum attribute
* passed as argument.
*/
unsigned LLVMGetEnumAttributeKind(LLVMAttributeRef A);
/**
* Get the enum attribute's value. 0 is returned if none exists.
*/
uint64_t LLVMGetEnumAttributeValue(LLVMAttributeRef A);
/**
* Create a string attribute.
*/
LLVMAttributeRef LLVMCreateStringAttribute(LLVMContextRef C,
const char *K, unsigned KLength,
const char *V, unsigned VLength);
/**
* Get the string attribute's kind.
*/
const char *LLVMGetStringAttributeKind(LLVMAttributeRef A, unsigned *Length);
/**
* Get the string attribute's value.
*/
const char *LLVMGetStringAttributeValue(LLVMAttributeRef A, unsigned *Length);
/**
* Check for the different types of attributes.
*/
LLVMBool LLVMIsEnumAttribute(LLVMAttributeRef A);
LLVMBool LLVMIsStringAttribute(LLVMAttributeRef A);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreModule Modules
*
* Modules represent the top-level structure in an LLVM program. An LLVM
* module is effectively a translation unit or a collection of
* translation units merged together.
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Create a new, empty module in the global context.
*
* This is equivalent to calling LLVMModuleCreateWithNameInContext with
* LLVMGetGlobalContext() as the context parameter.
*
* Every invocation should be paired with LLVMDisposeModule() or memory
* will be leaked.
*/
LLVMModuleRef LLVMModuleCreateWithName(const char *ModuleID);
/**
* Create a new, empty module in a specific context.
*
* Every invocation should be paired with LLVMDisposeModule() or memory
* will be leaked.
*/
LLVMModuleRef LLVMModuleCreateWithNameInContext(const char *ModuleID,
LLVMContextRef C);
/**
* Return an exact copy of the specified module.
*/
LLVMModuleRef LLVMCloneModule(LLVMModuleRef M);
/**
* Destroy a module instance.
*
* This must be called for every created module or memory will be
* leaked.
*/
void LLVMDisposeModule(LLVMModuleRef M);
/**
* Obtain the identifier of a module.
*
* @param M Module to obtain identifier of
* @param Len Out parameter which holds the length of the returned string.
* @return The identifier of M.
* @see Module::getModuleIdentifier()
*/
const char *LLVMGetModuleIdentifier(LLVMModuleRef M, size_t *Len);
/**
* Set the identifier of a module to a string Ident with length Len.
*
* @param M The module to set identifier
* @param Ident The string to set M's identifier to
* @param Len Length of Ident
* @see Module::setModuleIdentifier()
*/
void LLVMSetModuleIdentifier(LLVMModuleRef M, const char *Ident, size_t Len);
/**
* Obtain the module's original source file name.
*
* @param M Module to obtain the name of
* @param Len Out parameter which holds the length of the returned string
* @return The original source file name of M
* @see Module::getSourceFileName()
*/
const char *LLVMGetSourceFileName(LLVMModuleRef M, size_t *Len);
/**
* Set the original source file name of a module to a string Name with length
* Len.
*
* @param M The module to set the source file name of
* @param Name The string to set M's source file name to
* @param Len Length of Name
* @see Module::setSourceFileName()
*/
void LLVMSetSourceFileName(LLVMModuleRef M, const char *Name, size_t Len);
/**
* Obtain the data layout for a module.
*
* @see Module::getDataLayoutStr()
*
* LLVMGetDataLayout is DEPRECATED, as the name is not only incorrect,
* but match the name of another method on the module. Prefer the use
* of LLVMGetDataLayoutStr, which is not ambiguous.
*/
const char *LLVMGetDataLayoutStr(LLVMModuleRef M);
const char *LLVMGetDataLayout(LLVMModuleRef M);
/**
* Set the data layout for a module.
*
* @see Module::setDataLayout()
*/
void LLVMSetDataLayout(LLVMModuleRef M, const char *DataLayoutStr);
/**
* Obtain the target triple for a module.
*
* @see Module::getTargetTriple()
*/
const char *LLVMGetTarget(LLVMModuleRef M);
/**
* Set the target triple for a module.
*
* @see Module::setTargetTriple()
*/
void LLVMSetTarget(LLVMModuleRef M, const char *Triple);
/**
* Returns the module flags as an array of flag-key-value triples. The caller
* is responsible for freeing this array by calling
* \c LLVMDisposeModuleFlagsMetadata.
*
* @see Module::getModuleFlagsMetadata()
*/
LLVMModuleFlagEntry *LLVMCopyModuleFlagsMetadata(LLVMModuleRef M, size_t *Len);
/**
* Destroys module flags metadata entries.
*/
void LLVMDisposeModuleFlagsMetadata(LLVMModuleFlagEntry *Entries);
/**
* Returns the flag behavior for a module flag entry at a specific index.
*
* @see Module::ModuleFlagEntry::Behavior
*/
LLVMModuleFlagBehavior
LLVMModuleFlagEntriesGetFlagBehavior(LLVMModuleFlagEntry *Entries,
unsigned Index);
/**
* Returns the key for a module flag entry at a specific index.
*
* @see Module::ModuleFlagEntry::Key
*/
const char *LLVMModuleFlagEntriesGetKey(LLVMModuleFlagEntry *Entries,
unsigned Index, size_t *Len);
/**
* Returns the metadata for a module flag entry at a specific index.
*
* @see Module::ModuleFlagEntry::Val
*/
LLVMMetadataRef LLVMModuleFlagEntriesGetMetadata(LLVMModuleFlagEntry *Entries,
unsigned Index);
/**
* Add a module-level flag to the module-level flags metadata if it doesn't
* already exist.
*
* @see Module::getModuleFlag()
*/
LLVMMetadataRef LLVMGetModuleFlag(LLVMModuleRef M,
const char *Key, size_t KeyLen);
/**
* Add a module-level flag to the module-level flags metadata if it doesn't
* already exist.
*
* @see Module::addModuleFlag()
*/
void LLVMAddModuleFlag(LLVMModuleRef M, LLVMModuleFlagBehavior Behavior,
const char *Key, size_t KeyLen,
LLVMMetadataRef Val);
/**
* Dump a representation of a module to stderr.
*
* @see Module::dump()
*/
void LLVMDumpModule(LLVMModuleRef M);
/**
* Print a representation of a module to a file. The ErrorMessage needs to be
* disposed with LLVMDisposeMessage. Returns 0 on success, 1 otherwise.
*
* @see Module::print()
*/
LLVMBool LLVMPrintModuleToFile(LLVMModuleRef M, const char *Filename,
char **ErrorMessage);
/**
* Return a string representation of the module. Use
* LLVMDisposeMessage to free the string.
*
* @see Module::print()
*/
char *LLVMPrintModuleToString(LLVMModuleRef M);
/**
* Get inline assembly for a module.
*
* @see Module::getModuleInlineAsm()
*/
const char *LLVMGetModuleInlineAsm(LLVMModuleRef M, size_t *Len);
/**
* Set inline assembly for a module.
*
* @see Module::setModuleInlineAsm()
*/
void LLVMSetModuleInlineAsm2(LLVMModuleRef M, const char *Asm, size_t Len);
/**
* Append inline assembly to a module.
*
* @see Module::appendModuleInlineAsm()
*/
void LLVMAppendModuleInlineAsm(LLVMModuleRef M, const char *Asm, size_t Len);
/**
* Create the specified uniqued inline asm string.
*
* @see InlineAsm::get()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetInlineAsm(LLVMTypeRef Ty,
char *AsmString, size_t AsmStringSize,
char *Constraints, size_t ConstraintsSize,
LLVMBool HasSideEffects, LLVMBool IsAlignStack,
LLVMInlineAsmDialect Dialect);
/**
* Obtain the context to which this module is associated.
*
* @see Module::getContext()
*/
LLVMContextRef LLVMGetModuleContext(LLVMModuleRef M);
/**
* Obtain a Type from a module by its registered name.
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMGetTypeByName(LLVMModuleRef M, const char *Name);
/**
* Obtain an iterator to the first NamedMDNode in a Module.
*
* @see llvm::Module::named_metadata_begin()
*/
LLVMNamedMDNodeRef LLVMGetFirstNamedMetadata(LLVMModuleRef M);
/**
* Obtain an iterator to the last NamedMDNode in a Module.
*
* @see llvm::Module::named_metadata_end()
*/
LLVMNamedMDNodeRef LLVMGetLastNamedMetadata(LLVMModuleRef M);
/**
* Advance a NamedMDNode iterator to the next NamedMDNode.
*
* Returns NULL if the iterator was already at the end and there are no more
* named metadata nodes.
*/
LLVMNamedMDNodeRef LLVMGetNextNamedMetadata(LLVMNamedMDNodeRef NamedMDNode);
/**
* Decrement a NamedMDNode iterator to the previous NamedMDNode.
*
* Returns NULL if the iterator was already at the beginning and there are
* no previous named metadata nodes.
*/
LLVMNamedMDNodeRef LLVMGetPreviousNamedMetadata(LLVMNamedMDNodeRef NamedMDNode);
/**
* Retrieve a NamedMDNode with the given name, returning NULL if no such
* node exists.
*
* @see llvm::Module::getNamedMetadata()
*/
LLVMNamedMDNodeRef LLVMGetNamedMetadata(LLVMModuleRef M,
const char *Name, size_t NameLen);
/**
* Retrieve a NamedMDNode with the given name, creating a new node if no such
* node exists.
*
* @see llvm::Module::getOrInsertNamedMetadata()
*/
LLVMNamedMDNodeRef LLVMGetOrInsertNamedMetadata(LLVMModuleRef M,
const char *Name,
size_t NameLen);
/**
* Retrieve the name of a NamedMDNode.
*
* @see llvm::NamedMDNode::getName()
*/
const char *LLVMGetNamedMetadataName(LLVMNamedMDNodeRef NamedMD,
size_t *NameLen);
/**
* Obtain the number of operands for named metadata in a module.
*
* @see llvm::Module::getNamedMetadata()
*/
unsigned LLVMGetNamedMetadataNumOperands(LLVMModuleRef M, const char *Name);
/**
* Obtain the named metadata operands for a module.
*
* The passed LLVMValueRef pointer should refer to an array of
* LLVMValueRef at least LLVMGetNamedMetadataNumOperands long. This
* array will be populated with the LLVMValueRef instances. Each
* instance corresponds to a llvm::MDNode.
*
* @see llvm::Module::getNamedMetadata()
* @see llvm::MDNode::getOperand()
*/
void LLVMGetNamedMetadataOperands(LLVMModuleRef M, const char *Name,
LLVMValueRef *Dest);
/**
* Add an operand to named metadata.
*
* @see llvm::Module::getNamedMetadata()
* @see llvm::MDNode::addOperand()
*/
void LLVMAddNamedMetadataOperand(LLVMModuleRef M, const char *Name,
LLVMValueRef Val);
/**
* Return the directory of the debug location for this value, which must be
* an llvm::Instruction, llvm::GlobalVariable, or llvm::Function.
*
* @see llvm::Instruction::getDebugLoc()
* @see llvm::GlobalVariable::getDebugInfo()
* @see llvm::Function::getSubprogram()
*/
const char *LLVMGetDebugLocDirectory(LLVMValueRef Val, unsigned *Length);
/**
* Return the filename of the debug location for this value, which must be
* an llvm::Instruction, llvm::GlobalVariable, or llvm::Function.
*
* @see llvm::Instruction::getDebugLoc()
* @see llvm::GlobalVariable::getDebugInfo()
* @see llvm::Function::getSubprogram()
*/
const char *LLVMGetDebugLocFilename(LLVMValueRef Val, unsigned *Length);
/**
* Return the line number of the debug location for this value, which must be
* an llvm::Instruction, llvm::GlobalVariable, or llvm::Function.
*
* @see llvm::Instruction::getDebugLoc()
* @see llvm::GlobalVariable::getDebugInfo()
* @see llvm::Function::getSubprogram()
*/
unsigned LLVMGetDebugLocLine(LLVMValueRef Val);
/**
* Return the column number of the debug location for this value, which must be
* an llvm::Instruction.
*
* @see llvm::Instruction::getDebugLoc()
*/
unsigned LLVMGetDebugLocColumn(LLVMValueRef Val);
/**
* Add a function to a module under a specified name.
*
* @see llvm::Function::Create()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMAddFunction(LLVMModuleRef M, const char *Name,
LLVMTypeRef FunctionTy);
/**
* Obtain a Function value from a Module by its name.
*
* The returned value corresponds to a llvm::Function value.
*
* @see llvm::Module::getFunction()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetNamedFunction(LLVMModuleRef M, const char *Name);
/**
* Obtain an iterator to the first Function in a Module.
*
* @see llvm::Module::begin()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetFirstFunction(LLVMModuleRef M);
/**
* Obtain an iterator to the last Function in a Module.
*
* @see llvm::Module::end()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetLastFunction(LLVMModuleRef M);
/**
* Advance a Function iterator to the next Function.
*
* Returns NULL if the iterator was already at the end and there are no more
* functions.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetNextFunction(LLVMValueRef Fn);
/**
* Decrement a Function iterator to the previous Function.
*
* Returns NULL if the iterator was already at the beginning and there are
* no previous functions.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetPreviousFunction(LLVMValueRef Fn);
/** Deprecated: Use LLVMSetModuleInlineAsm2 instead. */
void LLVMSetModuleInlineAsm(LLVMModuleRef M, const char *Asm);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreType Types
*
* Types represent the type of a value.
*
* Types are associated with a context instance. The context internally
* deduplicates types so there is only 1 instance of a specific type
* alive at a time. In other words, a unique type is shared among all
* consumers within a context.
*
* A Type in the C API corresponds to llvm::Type.
*
* Types have the following hierarchy:
*
* types:
* integer type
* real type
* function type
* sequence types:
* array type
* pointer type
* vector type
* void type
* label type
* opaque type
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Obtain the enumerated type of a Type instance.
*
* @see llvm::Type:getTypeID()
*/
LLVMTypeKind LLVMGetTypeKind(LLVMTypeRef Ty);
/**
* Whether the type has a known size.
*
* Things that don't have a size are abstract types, labels, and void.a
*
* @see llvm::Type::isSized()
*/
LLVMBool LLVMTypeIsSized(LLVMTypeRef Ty);
/**
* Obtain the context to which this type instance is associated.
*
* @see llvm::Type::getContext()
*/
LLVMContextRef LLVMGetTypeContext(LLVMTypeRef Ty);
/**
* Dump a representation of a type to stderr.
*
* @see llvm::Type::dump()
*/
void LLVMDumpType(LLVMTypeRef Val);
/**
* Return a string representation of the type. Use
* LLVMDisposeMessage to free the string.
*
* @see llvm::Type::print()
*/
char *LLVMPrintTypeToString(LLVMTypeRef Val);
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreTypeInt Integer Types
*
* Functions in this section operate on integer types.
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Obtain an integer type from a context with specified bit width.
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMInt1TypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMInt8TypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMInt16TypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMInt32TypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMInt64TypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMInt128TypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMIntTypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C, unsigned NumBits);
/**
* Obtain an integer type from the global context with a specified bit
* width.
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMInt1Type(void);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMInt8Type(void);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMInt16Type(void);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMInt32Type(void);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMInt64Type(void);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMInt128Type(void);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMIntType(unsigned NumBits);
unsigned LLVMGetIntTypeWidth(LLVMTypeRef IntegerTy);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreTypeFloat Floating Point Types
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Obtain a 16-bit floating point type from a context.
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMHalfTypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C);
/**
* Obtain a 32-bit floating point type from a context.
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMFloatTypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C);
/**
* Obtain a 64-bit floating point type from a context.
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMDoubleTypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C);
/**
* Obtain a 80-bit floating point type (X87) from a context.
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMX86FP80TypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C);
/**
* Obtain a 128-bit floating point type (112-bit mantissa) from a
* context.
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMFP128TypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C);
/**
* Obtain a 128-bit floating point type (two 64-bits) from a context.
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMPPCFP128TypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C);
/**
* Obtain a floating point type from the global context.
*
* These map to the functions in this group of the same name.
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMHalfType(void);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMFloatType(void);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMDoubleType(void);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMX86FP80Type(void);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMFP128Type(void);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMPPCFP128Type(void);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreTypeFunction Function Types
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Obtain a function type consisting of a specified signature.
*
* The function is defined as a tuple of a return Type, a list of
* parameter types, and whether the function is variadic.
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMFunctionType(LLVMTypeRef ReturnType,
LLVMTypeRef *ParamTypes, unsigned ParamCount,
LLVMBool IsVarArg);
/**
* Returns whether a function type is variadic.
*/
LLVMBool LLVMIsFunctionVarArg(LLVMTypeRef FunctionTy);
/**
* Obtain the Type this function Type returns.
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMGetReturnType(LLVMTypeRef FunctionTy);
/**
* Obtain the number of parameters this function accepts.
*/
unsigned LLVMCountParamTypes(LLVMTypeRef FunctionTy);
/**
* Obtain the types of a function's parameters.
*
* The Dest parameter should point to a pre-allocated array of
* LLVMTypeRef at least LLVMCountParamTypes() large. On return, the
* first LLVMCountParamTypes() entries in the array will be populated
* with LLVMTypeRef instances.
*
* @param FunctionTy The function type to operate on.
* @param Dest Memory address of an array to be filled with result.
*/
void LLVMGetParamTypes(LLVMTypeRef FunctionTy, LLVMTypeRef *Dest);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreTypeStruct Structure Types
*
* These functions relate to LLVMTypeRef instances.
*
* @see llvm::StructType
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Create a new structure type in a context.
*
* A structure is specified by a list of inner elements/types and
* whether these can be packed together.
*
* @see llvm::StructType::create()
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMStructTypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C, LLVMTypeRef *ElementTypes,
unsigned ElementCount, LLVMBool Packed);
/**
* Create a new structure type in the global context.
*
* @see llvm::StructType::create()
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMStructType(LLVMTypeRef *ElementTypes, unsigned ElementCount,
LLVMBool Packed);
/**
* Create an empty structure in a context having a specified name.
*
* @see llvm::StructType::create()
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMStructCreateNamed(LLVMContextRef C, const char *Name);
/**
* Obtain the name of a structure.
*
* @see llvm::StructType::getName()
*/
const char *LLVMGetStructName(LLVMTypeRef Ty);
/**
* Set the contents of a structure type.
*
* @see llvm::StructType::setBody()
*/
void LLVMStructSetBody(LLVMTypeRef StructTy, LLVMTypeRef *ElementTypes,
unsigned ElementCount, LLVMBool Packed);
/**
* Get the number of elements defined inside the structure.
*
* @see llvm::StructType::getNumElements()
*/
unsigned LLVMCountStructElementTypes(LLVMTypeRef StructTy);
/**
* Get the elements within a structure.
*
* The function is passed the address of a pre-allocated array of
* LLVMTypeRef at least LLVMCountStructElementTypes() long. After
* invocation, this array will be populated with the structure's
* elements. The objects in the destination array will have a lifetime
* of the structure type itself, which is the lifetime of the context it
* is contained in.
*/
void LLVMGetStructElementTypes(LLVMTypeRef StructTy, LLVMTypeRef *Dest);
/**
* Get the type of the element at a given index in the structure.
*
* @see llvm::StructType::getTypeAtIndex()
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMStructGetTypeAtIndex(LLVMTypeRef StructTy, unsigned i);
/**
* Determine whether a structure is packed.
*
* @see llvm::StructType::isPacked()
*/
LLVMBool LLVMIsPackedStruct(LLVMTypeRef StructTy);
/**
* Determine whether a structure is opaque.
*
* @see llvm::StructType::isOpaque()
*/
LLVMBool LLVMIsOpaqueStruct(LLVMTypeRef StructTy);
/**
* Determine whether a structure is literal.
*
* @see llvm::StructType::isLiteral()
*/
LLVMBool LLVMIsLiteralStruct(LLVMTypeRef StructTy);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreTypeSequential Sequential Types
*
* Sequential types represents "arrays" of types. This is a super class
* for array, vector, and pointer types.
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Obtain the type of elements within a sequential type.
*
* This works on array, vector, and pointer types.
*
* @see llvm::SequentialType::getElementType()
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMGetElementType(LLVMTypeRef Ty);
/**
* Returns type's subtypes
*
* @see llvm::Type::subtypes()
*/
void LLVMGetSubtypes(LLVMTypeRef Tp, LLVMTypeRef *Arr);
/**
* Return the number of types in the derived type.
*
* @see llvm::Type::getNumContainedTypes()
*/
unsigned LLVMGetNumContainedTypes(LLVMTypeRef Tp);
/**
* Create a fixed size array type that refers to a specific type.
*
* The created type will exist in the context that its element type
* exists in.
*
* @see llvm::ArrayType::get()
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMArrayType(LLVMTypeRef ElementType, unsigned ElementCount);
/**
* Obtain the length of an array type.
*
* This only works on types that represent arrays.
*
* @see llvm::ArrayType::getNumElements()
*/
unsigned LLVMGetArrayLength(LLVMTypeRef ArrayTy);
/**
* Create a pointer type that points to a defined type.
*
* The created type will exist in the context that its pointee type
* exists in.
*
* @see llvm::PointerType::get()
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMPointerType(LLVMTypeRef ElementType, unsigned AddressSpace);
/**
* Obtain the address space of a pointer type.
*
* This only works on types that represent pointers.
*
* @see llvm::PointerType::getAddressSpace()
*/
unsigned LLVMGetPointerAddressSpace(LLVMTypeRef PointerTy);
/**
* Create a vector type that contains a defined type and has a specific
* number of elements.
*
* The created type will exist in the context thats its element type
* exists in.
*
* @see llvm::VectorType::get()
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMVectorType(LLVMTypeRef ElementType, unsigned ElementCount);
/**
* Obtain the number of elements in a vector type.
*
* This only works on types that represent vectors.
*
* @see llvm::VectorType::getNumElements()
*/
unsigned LLVMGetVectorSize(LLVMTypeRef VectorTy);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreTypeOther Other Types
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Create a void type in a context.
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMVoidTypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C);
/**
* Create a label type in a context.
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMLabelTypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C);
/**
* Create a X86 MMX type in a context.
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMX86MMXTypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C);
/**
* Create a token type in a context.
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMTokenTypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C);
/**
* Create a metadata type in a context.
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMMetadataTypeInContext(LLVMContextRef C);
/**
* These are similar to the above functions except they operate on the
* global context.
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMVoidType(void);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMLabelType(void);
LLVMTypeRef LLVMX86MMXType(void);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreValues Values
*
* The bulk of LLVM's object model consists of values, which comprise a very
* rich type hierarchy.
*
* LLVMValueRef essentially represents llvm::Value. There is a rich
* hierarchy of classes within this type. Depending on the instance
* obtained, not all APIs are available.
*
* Callers can determine the type of an LLVMValueRef by calling the
* LLVMIsA* family of functions (e.g. LLVMIsAArgument()). These
* functions are defined by a macro, so it isn't obvious which are
* available by looking at the Doxygen source code. Instead, look at the
* source definition of LLVM_FOR_EACH_VALUE_SUBCLASS and note the list
* of value names given. These value names also correspond to classes in
* the llvm::Value hierarchy.
*
* @{
*/
#define LLVM_FOR_EACH_VALUE_SUBCLASS(macro) \
macro(Argument) \
macro(BasicBlock) \
macro(InlineAsm) \
macro(User) \
macro(Constant) \
macro(BlockAddress) \
macro(ConstantAggregateZero) \
macro(ConstantArray) \
macro(ConstantDataSequential) \
macro(ConstantDataArray) \
macro(ConstantDataVector) \
macro(ConstantExpr) \
macro(ConstantFP) \
macro(ConstantInt) \
macro(ConstantPointerNull) \
macro(ConstantStruct) \
macro(ConstantTokenNone) \
macro(ConstantVector) \
macro(GlobalValue) \
macro(GlobalAlias) \
macro(GlobalIFunc) \
macro(GlobalObject) \
macro(Function) \
macro(GlobalVariable) \
macro(UndefValue) \
macro(Instruction) \
macro(BinaryOperator) \
macro(CallInst) \
macro(IntrinsicInst) \
macro(DbgInfoIntrinsic) \
macro(DbgVariableIntrinsic) \
macro(DbgDeclareInst) \
macro(DbgLabelInst) \
macro(MemIntrinsic) \
macro(MemCpyInst) \
macro(MemMoveInst) \
macro(MemSetInst) \
macro(CmpInst) \
macro(FCmpInst) \
macro(ICmpInst) \
macro(ExtractElementInst) \
macro(GetElementPtrInst) \
macro(InsertElementInst) \
macro(InsertValueInst) \
macro(LandingPadInst) \
macro(PHINode) \
macro(SelectInst) \
macro(ShuffleVectorInst) \
macro(StoreInst) \
macro(BranchInst) \
macro(IndirectBrInst) \
macro(InvokeInst) \
macro(ReturnInst) \
macro(SwitchInst) \
macro(UnreachableInst) \
macro(ResumeInst) \
macro(CleanupReturnInst) \
macro(CatchReturnInst) \
macro(FuncletPadInst) \
macro(CatchPadInst) \
macro(CleanupPadInst) \
macro(UnaryInstruction) \
macro(AllocaInst) \
macro(CastInst) \
macro(AddrSpaceCastInst) \
macro(BitCastInst) \
macro(FPExtInst) \
macro(FPToSIInst) \
macro(FPToUIInst) \
macro(FPTruncInst) \
macro(IntToPtrInst) \
macro(PtrToIntInst) \
macro(SExtInst) \
macro(SIToFPInst) \
macro(TruncInst) \
macro(UIToFPInst) \
macro(ZExtInst) \
macro(ExtractValueInst) \
macro(LoadInst) \
macro(VAArgInst)
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreValueGeneral General APIs
*
* Functions in this section work on all LLVMValueRef instances,
* regardless of their sub-type. They correspond to functions available
* on llvm::Value.
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Obtain the type of a value.
*
* @see llvm::Value::getType()
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMTypeOf(LLVMValueRef Val);
/**
* Obtain the enumerated type of a Value instance.
*
* @see llvm::Value::getValueID()
*/
LLVMValueKind LLVMGetValueKind(LLVMValueRef Val);
/**
* Obtain the string name of a value.
*
* @see llvm::Value::getName()
*/
const char *LLVMGetValueName2(LLVMValueRef Val, size_t *Length);
/**
* Set the string name of a value.
*
* @see llvm::Value::setName()
*/
void LLVMSetValueName2(LLVMValueRef Val, const char *Name, size_t NameLen);
/**
* Dump a representation of a value to stderr.
*
* @see llvm::Value::dump()
*/
void LLVMDumpValue(LLVMValueRef Val);
/**
* Return a string representation of the value. Use
* LLVMDisposeMessage to free the string.
*
* @see llvm::Value::print()
*/
char *LLVMPrintValueToString(LLVMValueRef Val);
/**
* Replace all uses of a value with another one.
*
* @see llvm::Value::replaceAllUsesWith()
*/
void LLVMReplaceAllUsesWith(LLVMValueRef OldVal, LLVMValueRef NewVal);
/**
* Determine whether the specified value instance is constant.
*/
LLVMBool LLVMIsConstant(LLVMValueRef Val);
/**
* Determine whether a value instance is undefined.
*/
LLVMBool LLVMIsUndef(LLVMValueRef Val);
/**
* Convert value instances between types.
*
* Internally, an LLVMValueRef is "pinned" to a specific type. This
* series of functions allows you to cast an instance to a specific
* type.
*
* If the cast is not valid for the specified type, NULL is returned.
*
* @see llvm::dyn_cast_or_null<>
*/
#define LLVM_DECLARE_VALUE_CAST(name) \
LLVMValueRef LLVMIsA##name(LLVMValueRef Val);
LLVM_FOR_EACH_VALUE_SUBCLASS(LLVM_DECLARE_VALUE_CAST)
LLVMValueRef LLVMIsAMDNode(LLVMValueRef Val);
LLVMValueRef LLVMIsAMDString(LLVMValueRef Val);
/** Deprecated: Use LLVMGetValueName2 instead. */
const char *LLVMGetValueName(LLVMValueRef Val);
/** Deprecated: Use LLVMSetValueName2 instead. */
void LLVMSetValueName(LLVMValueRef Val, const char *Name);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreValueUses Usage
*
* This module defines functions that allow you to inspect the uses of a
* LLVMValueRef.
*
* It is possible to obtain an LLVMUseRef for any LLVMValueRef instance.
* Each LLVMUseRef (which corresponds to a llvm::Use instance) holds a
* llvm::User and llvm::Value.
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Obtain the first use of a value.
*
* Uses are obtained in an iterator fashion. First, call this function
* to obtain a reference to the first use. Then, call LLVMGetNextUse()
* on that instance and all subsequently obtained instances until
* LLVMGetNextUse() returns NULL.
*
* @see llvm::Value::use_begin()
*/
LLVMUseRef LLVMGetFirstUse(LLVMValueRef Val);
/**
* Obtain the next use of a value.
*
* This effectively advances the iterator. It returns NULL if you are on
* the final use and no more are available.
*/
LLVMUseRef LLVMGetNextUse(LLVMUseRef U);
/**
* Obtain the user value for a user.
*
* The returned value corresponds to a llvm::User type.
*
* @see llvm::Use::getUser()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetUser(LLVMUseRef U);
/**
* Obtain the value this use corresponds to.
*
* @see llvm::Use::get().
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetUsedValue(LLVMUseRef U);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreValueUser User value
*
* Function in this group pertain to LLVMValueRef instances that descent
* from llvm::User. This includes constants, instructions, and
* operators.
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Obtain an operand at a specific index in a llvm::User value.
*
* @see llvm::User::getOperand()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetOperand(LLVMValueRef Val, unsigned Index);
/**
* Obtain the use of an operand at a specific index in a llvm::User value.
*
* @see llvm::User::getOperandUse()
*/
LLVMUseRef LLVMGetOperandUse(LLVMValueRef Val, unsigned Index);
/**
* Set an operand at a specific index in a llvm::User value.
*
* @see llvm::User::setOperand()
*/
void LLVMSetOperand(LLVMValueRef User, unsigned Index, LLVMValueRef Val);
/**
* Obtain the number of operands in a llvm::User value.
*
* @see llvm::User::getNumOperands()
*/
int LLVMGetNumOperands(LLVMValueRef Val);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreValueConstant Constants
*
* This section contains APIs for interacting with LLVMValueRef that
* correspond to llvm::Constant instances.
*
* These functions will work for any LLVMValueRef in the llvm::Constant
* class hierarchy.
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Obtain a constant value referring to the null instance of a type.
*
* @see llvm::Constant::getNullValue()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstNull(LLVMTypeRef Ty); /* all zeroes */
/**
* Obtain a constant value referring to the instance of a type
* consisting of all ones.
*
* This is only valid for integer types.
*
* @see llvm::Constant::getAllOnesValue()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstAllOnes(LLVMTypeRef Ty);
/**
* Obtain a constant value referring to an undefined value of a type.
*
* @see llvm::UndefValue::get()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetUndef(LLVMTypeRef Ty);
/**
* Determine whether a value instance is null.
*
* @see llvm::Constant::isNullValue()
*/
LLVMBool LLVMIsNull(LLVMValueRef Val);
/**
* Obtain a constant that is a constant pointer pointing to NULL for a
* specified type.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstPointerNull(LLVMTypeRef Ty);
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreValueConstantScalar Scalar constants
*
* Functions in this group model LLVMValueRef instances that correspond
* to constants referring to scalar types.
*
* For integer types, the LLVMTypeRef parameter should correspond to a
* llvm::IntegerType instance and the returned LLVMValueRef will
* correspond to a llvm::ConstantInt.
*
* For floating point types, the LLVMTypeRef returned corresponds to a
* llvm::ConstantFP.
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Obtain a constant value for an integer type.
*
* The returned value corresponds to a llvm::ConstantInt.
*
* @see llvm::ConstantInt::get()
*
* @param IntTy Integer type to obtain value of.
* @param N The value the returned instance should refer to.
* @param SignExtend Whether to sign extend the produced value.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstInt(LLVMTypeRef IntTy, unsigned long long N,
LLVMBool SignExtend);
/**
* Obtain a constant value for an integer of arbitrary precision.
*
* @see llvm::ConstantInt::get()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstIntOfArbitraryPrecision(LLVMTypeRef IntTy,
unsigned NumWords,
const uint64_t Words[]);
/**
* Obtain a constant value for an integer parsed from a string.
*
* A similar API, LLVMConstIntOfStringAndSize is also available. If the
* string's length is available, it is preferred to call that function
* instead.
*
* @see llvm::ConstantInt::get()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstIntOfString(LLVMTypeRef IntTy, const char *Text,
uint8_t Radix);
/**
* Obtain a constant value for an integer parsed from a string with
* specified length.
*
* @see llvm::ConstantInt::get()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstIntOfStringAndSize(LLVMTypeRef IntTy, const char *Text,
unsigned SLen, uint8_t Radix);
/**
* Obtain a constant value referring to a double floating point value.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstReal(LLVMTypeRef RealTy, double N);
/**
* Obtain a constant for a floating point value parsed from a string.
*
* A similar API, LLVMConstRealOfStringAndSize is also available. It
* should be used if the input string's length is known.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstRealOfString(LLVMTypeRef RealTy, const char *Text);
/**
* Obtain a constant for a floating point value parsed from a string.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstRealOfStringAndSize(LLVMTypeRef RealTy, const char *Text,
unsigned SLen);
/**
* Obtain the zero extended value for an integer constant value.
*
* @see llvm::ConstantInt::getZExtValue()
*/
unsigned long long LLVMConstIntGetZExtValue(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal);
/**
* Obtain the sign extended value for an integer constant value.
*
* @see llvm::ConstantInt::getSExtValue()
*/
long long LLVMConstIntGetSExtValue(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal);
/**
* Obtain the double value for an floating point constant value.
* losesInfo indicates if some precision was lost in the conversion.
*
* @see llvm::ConstantFP::getDoubleValue
*/
double LLVMConstRealGetDouble(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal, LLVMBool *losesInfo);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreValueConstantComposite Composite Constants
*
* Functions in this group operate on composite constants.
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Create a ConstantDataSequential and initialize it with a string.
*
* @see llvm::ConstantDataArray::getString()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstStringInContext(LLVMContextRef C, const char *Str,
unsigned Length, LLVMBool DontNullTerminate);
/**
* Create a ConstantDataSequential with string content in the global context.
*
* This is the same as LLVMConstStringInContext except it operates on the
* global context.
*
* @see LLVMConstStringInContext()
* @see llvm::ConstantDataArray::getString()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstString(const char *Str, unsigned Length,
LLVMBool DontNullTerminate);
/**
* Returns true if the specified constant is an array of i8.
*
* @see ConstantDataSequential::getAsString()
*/
LLVMBool LLVMIsConstantString(LLVMValueRef c);
/**
* Get the given constant data sequential as a string.
*
* @see ConstantDataSequential::getAsString()
*/
const char *LLVMGetAsString(LLVMValueRef c, size_t *Length);
/**
* Create an anonymous ConstantStruct with the specified values.
*
* @see llvm::ConstantStruct::getAnon()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstStructInContext(LLVMContextRef C,
LLVMValueRef *ConstantVals,
unsigned Count, LLVMBool Packed);
/**
* Create a ConstantStruct in the global Context.
*
* This is the same as LLVMConstStructInContext except it operates on the
* global Context.
*
* @see LLVMConstStructInContext()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstStruct(LLVMValueRef *ConstantVals, unsigned Count,
LLVMBool Packed);
/**
* Create a ConstantArray from values.
*
* @see llvm::ConstantArray::get()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstArray(LLVMTypeRef ElementTy,
LLVMValueRef *ConstantVals, unsigned Length);
/**
* Create a non-anonymous ConstantStruct from values.
*
* @see llvm::ConstantStruct::get()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstNamedStruct(LLVMTypeRef StructTy,
LLVMValueRef *ConstantVals,
unsigned Count);
/**
* Get an element at specified index as a constant.
*
* @see ConstantDataSequential::getElementAsConstant()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetElementAsConstant(LLVMValueRef C, unsigned idx);
/**
* Create a ConstantVector from values.
*
* @see llvm::ConstantVector::get()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstVector(LLVMValueRef *ScalarConstantVals, unsigned Size);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreValueConstantExpressions Constant Expressions
*
* Functions in this group correspond to APIs on llvm::ConstantExpr.
*
* @see llvm::ConstantExpr.
*
* @{
*/
LLVMOpcode LLVMGetConstOpcode(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal);
LLVMValueRef LLVMAlignOf(LLVMTypeRef Ty);
LLVMValueRef LLVMSizeOf(LLVMTypeRef Ty);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstNeg(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstNSWNeg(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstNUWNeg(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstFNeg(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstNot(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstAdd(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstNSWAdd(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstNUWAdd(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstFAdd(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstSub(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstNSWSub(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstNUWSub(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstFSub(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstMul(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstNSWMul(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstNUWMul(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstFMul(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstUDiv(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstExactUDiv(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstSDiv(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstExactSDiv(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstFDiv(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstURem(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstSRem(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstFRem(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstAnd(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstOr(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstXor(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstICmp(LLVMIntPredicate Predicate,
LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstFCmp(LLVMRealPredicate Predicate,
LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstShl(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstLShr(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstAShr(LLVMValueRef LHSConstant, LLVMValueRef RHSConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstGEP(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal,
LLVMValueRef *ConstantIndices, unsigned NumIndices);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstGEP2(LLVMTypeRef Ty, LLVMValueRef ConstantVal,
LLVMValueRef *ConstantIndices, unsigned NumIndices);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstInBoundsGEP(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal,
LLVMValueRef *ConstantIndices,
unsigned NumIndices);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstInBoundsGEP2(LLVMTypeRef Ty, LLVMValueRef ConstantVal,
LLVMValueRef *ConstantIndices,
unsigned NumIndices);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstTrunc(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal, LLVMTypeRef ToType);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstSExt(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal, LLVMTypeRef ToType);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstZExt(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal, LLVMTypeRef ToType);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstFPTrunc(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal, LLVMTypeRef ToType);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstFPExt(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal, LLVMTypeRef ToType);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstUIToFP(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal, LLVMTypeRef ToType);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstSIToFP(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal, LLVMTypeRef ToType);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstFPToUI(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal, LLVMTypeRef ToType);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstFPToSI(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal, LLVMTypeRef ToType);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstPtrToInt(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal, LLVMTypeRef ToType);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstIntToPtr(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal, LLVMTypeRef ToType);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstBitCast(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal, LLVMTypeRef ToType);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstAddrSpaceCast(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal, LLVMTypeRef ToType);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstZExtOrBitCast(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal,
LLVMTypeRef ToType);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstSExtOrBitCast(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal,
LLVMTypeRef ToType);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstTruncOrBitCast(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal,
LLVMTypeRef ToType);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstPointerCast(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal,
LLVMTypeRef ToType);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstIntCast(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal, LLVMTypeRef ToType,
LLVMBool isSigned);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstFPCast(LLVMValueRef ConstantVal, LLVMTypeRef ToType);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstSelect(LLVMValueRef ConstantCondition,
LLVMValueRef ConstantIfTrue,
LLVMValueRef ConstantIfFalse);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstExtractElement(LLVMValueRef VectorConstant,
LLVMValueRef IndexConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstInsertElement(LLVMValueRef VectorConstant,
LLVMValueRef ElementValueConstant,
LLVMValueRef IndexConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstShuffleVector(LLVMValueRef VectorAConstant,
LLVMValueRef VectorBConstant,
LLVMValueRef MaskConstant);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstExtractValue(LLVMValueRef AggConstant, unsigned *IdxList,
unsigned NumIdx);
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstInsertValue(LLVMValueRef AggConstant,
LLVMValueRef ElementValueConstant,
unsigned *IdxList, unsigned NumIdx);
LLVMValueRef LLVMBlockAddress(LLVMValueRef F, LLVMBasicBlockRef BB);
/** Deprecated: Use LLVMGetInlineAsm instead. */
LLVMValueRef LLVMConstInlineAsm(LLVMTypeRef Ty,
const char *AsmString, const char *Constraints,
LLVMBool HasSideEffects, LLVMBool IsAlignStack);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreValueConstantGlobals Global Values
*
* This group contains functions that operate on global values. Functions in
* this group relate to functions in the llvm::GlobalValue class tree.
*
* @see llvm::GlobalValue
*
* @{
*/
LLVMModuleRef LLVMGetGlobalParent(LLVMValueRef Global);
LLVMBool LLVMIsDeclaration(LLVMValueRef Global);
LLVMLinkage LLVMGetLinkage(LLVMValueRef Global);
void LLVMSetLinkage(LLVMValueRef Global, LLVMLinkage Linkage);
const char *LLVMGetSection(LLVMValueRef Global);
void LLVMSetSection(LLVMValueRef Global, const char *Section);
LLVMVisibility LLVMGetVisibility(LLVMValueRef Global);
void LLVMSetVisibility(LLVMValueRef Global, LLVMVisibility Viz);
LLVMDLLStorageClass LLVMGetDLLStorageClass(LLVMValueRef Global);
void LLVMSetDLLStorageClass(LLVMValueRef Global, LLVMDLLStorageClass Class);
LLVMUnnamedAddr LLVMGetUnnamedAddress(LLVMValueRef Global);
void LLVMSetUnnamedAddress(LLVMValueRef Global, LLVMUnnamedAddr UnnamedAddr);
/**
* Returns the "value type" of a global value. This differs from the formal
* type of a global value which is always a pointer type.
*
* @see llvm::GlobalValue::getValueType()
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMGlobalGetValueType(LLVMValueRef Global);
/** Deprecated: Use LLVMGetUnnamedAddress instead. */
LLVMBool LLVMHasUnnamedAddr(LLVMValueRef Global);
/** Deprecated: Use LLVMSetUnnamedAddress instead. */
void LLVMSetUnnamedAddr(LLVMValueRef Global, LLVMBool HasUnnamedAddr);
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreValueWithAlignment Values with alignment
*
* Functions in this group only apply to values with alignment, i.e.
* global variables, load and store instructions.
*/
/**
* Obtain the preferred alignment of the value.
* @see llvm::AllocaInst::getAlignment()
* @see llvm::LoadInst::getAlignment()
* @see llvm::StoreInst::getAlignment()
* @see llvm::GlobalValue::getAlignment()
*/
unsigned LLVMGetAlignment(LLVMValueRef V);
/**
* Set the preferred alignment of the value.
* @see llvm::AllocaInst::setAlignment()
* @see llvm::LoadInst::setAlignment()
* @see llvm::StoreInst::setAlignment()
* @see llvm::GlobalValue::setAlignment()
*/
void LLVMSetAlignment(LLVMValueRef V, unsigned Bytes);
/**
* Sets a metadata attachment, erasing the existing metadata attachment if
* it already exists for the given kind.
*
* @see llvm::GlobalObject::setMetadata()
*/
void LLVMGlobalSetMetadata(LLVMValueRef Global, unsigned Kind,
LLVMMetadataRef MD);
/**
* Erases a metadata attachment of the given kind if it exists.
*
* @see llvm::GlobalObject::eraseMetadata()
*/
void LLVMGlobalEraseMetadata(LLVMValueRef Global, unsigned Kind);
/**
* Removes all metadata attachments from this value.
*
* @see llvm::GlobalObject::clearMetadata()
*/
void LLVMGlobalClearMetadata(LLVMValueRef Global);
/**
* Retrieves an array of metadata entries representing the metadata attached to
* this value. The caller is responsible for freeing this array by calling
* \c LLVMDisposeValueMetadataEntries.
*
* @see llvm::GlobalObject::getAllMetadata()
*/
LLVMValueMetadataEntry *LLVMGlobalCopyAllMetadata(LLVMValueRef Value,
size_t *NumEntries);
/**
* Destroys value metadata entries.
*/
void LLVMDisposeValueMetadataEntries(LLVMValueMetadataEntry *Entries);
/**
* Returns the kind of a value metadata entry at a specific index.
*/
unsigned LLVMValueMetadataEntriesGetKind(LLVMValueMetadataEntry *Entries,
unsigned Index);
/**
* Returns the underlying metadata node of a value metadata entry at a
* specific index.
*/
LLVMMetadataRef
LLVMValueMetadataEntriesGetMetadata(LLVMValueMetadataEntry *Entries,
unsigned Index);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCoreValueConstantGlobalVariable Global Variables
*
* This group contains functions that operate on global variable values.
*
* @see llvm::GlobalVariable
*
* @{
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMAddGlobal(LLVMModuleRef M, LLVMTypeRef Ty, const char *Name);
LLVMValueRef LLVMAddGlobalInAddressSpace(LLVMModuleRef M, LLVMTypeRef Ty,
const char *Name,
unsigned AddressSpace);
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetNamedGlobal(LLVMModuleRef M, const char *Name);
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetFirstGlobal(LLVMModuleRef M);
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetLastGlobal(LLVMModuleRef M);
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetNextGlobal(LLVMValueRef GlobalVar);
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetPreviousGlobal(LLVMValueRef GlobalVar);
void LLVMDeleteGlobal(LLVMValueRef GlobalVar);
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetInitializer(LLVMValueRef GlobalVar);
void LLVMSetInitializer(LLVMValueRef GlobalVar, LLVMValueRef ConstantVal);
LLVMBool LLVMIsThreadLocal(LLVMValueRef GlobalVar);
void LLVMSetThreadLocal(LLVMValueRef GlobalVar, LLVMBool IsThreadLocal);
LLVMBool LLVMIsGlobalConstant(LLVMValueRef GlobalVar);
void LLVMSetGlobalConstant(LLVMValueRef GlobalVar, LLVMBool IsConstant);
LLVMThreadLocalMode LLVMGetThreadLocalMode(LLVMValueRef GlobalVar);
void LLVMSetThreadLocalMode(LLVMValueRef GlobalVar, LLVMThreadLocalMode Mode);
LLVMBool LLVMIsExternallyInitialized(LLVMValueRef GlobalVar);
void LLVMSetExternallyInitialized(LLVMValueRef GlobalVar, LLVMBool IsExtInit);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCoreValueConstantGlobalAlias Global Aliases
*
* This group contains function that operate on global alias values.
*
* @see llvm::GlobalAlias
*
* @{
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMAddAlias(LLVMModuleRef M, LLVMTypeRef Ty, LLVMValueRef Aliasee,
const char *Name);
/**
* Obtain a GlobalAlias value from a Module by its name.
*
* The returned value corresponds to a llvm::GlobalAlias value.
*
* @see llvm::Module::getNamedAlias()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetNamedGlobalAlias(LLVMModuleRef M,
const char *Name, size_t NameLen);
/**
* Obtain an iterator to the first GlobalAlias in a Module.
*
* @see llvm::Module::alias_begin()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetFirstGlobalAlias(LLVMModuleRef M);
/**
* Obtain an iterator to the last GlobalAlias in a Module.
*
* @see llvm::Module::alias_end()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetLastGlobalAlias(LLVMModuleRef M);
/**
* Advance a GlobalAlias iterator to the next GlobalAlias.
*
* Returns NULL if the iterator was already at the end and there are no more
* global aliases.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetNextGlobalAlias(LLVMValueRef GA);
/**
* Decrement a GlobalAlias iterator to the previous GlobalAlias.
*
* Returns NULL if the iterator was already at the beginning and there are
* no previous global aliases.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetPreviousGlobalAlias(LLVMValueRef GA);
/**
* Retrieve the target value of an alias.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMAliasGetAliasee(LLVMValueRef Alias);
/**
* Set the target value of an alias.
*/
void LLVMAliasSetAliasee(LLVMValueRef Alias, LLVMValueRef Aliasee);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreValueFunction Function values
*
* Functions in this group operate on LLVMValueRef instances that
* correspond to llvm::Function instances.
*
* @see llvm::Function
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Remove a function from its containing module and deletes it.
*
* @see llvm::Function::eraseFromParent()
*/
void LLVMDeleteFunction(LLVMValueRef Fn);
/**
* Check whether the given function has a personality function.
*
* @see llvm::Function::hasPersonalityFn()
*/
LLVMBool LLVMHasPersonalityFn(LLVMValueRef Fn);
/**
* Obtain the personality function attached to the function.
*
* @see llvm::Function::getPersonalityFn()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetPersonalityFn(LLVMValueRef Fn);
/**
* Set the personality function attached to the function.
*
* @see llvm::Function::setPersonalityFn()
*/
void LLVMSetPersonalityFn(LLVMValueRef Fn, LLVMValueRef PersonalityFn);
/**
* Obtain the ID number from a function instance.
*
* @see llvm::Function::getIntrinsicID()
*/
unsigned LLVMGetIntrinsicID(LLVMValueRef Fn);
/**
* Create or insert the declaration of an intrinsic. For overloaded intrinsics,
* parameter types must be provided to uniquely identify an overload.
*
* @see llvm::Intrinsic::getDeclaration()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetIntrinsicDeclaration(LLVMModuleRef Mod,
unsigned ID,
LLVMTypeRef *ParamTypes,
size_t ParamCount);
/**
* Retrieves the type of an intrinsic. For overloaded intrinsics, parameter
* types must be provided to uniquely identify an overload.
*
* @see llvm::Intrinsic::getType()
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMIntrinsicGetType(LLVMContextRef Ctx, unsigned ID,
LLVMTypeRef *ParamTypes, size_t ParamCount);
/**
* Retrieves the name of an intrinsic.
*
* @see llvm::Intrinsic::getName()
*/
const char *LLVMIntrinsicGetName(unsigned ID, size_t *NameLength);
/**
* Copies the name of an overloaded intrinsic identified by a given list of
* parameter types.
*
* Unlike LLVMIntrinsicGetName, the caller is responsible for freeing the
* returned string.
*
* @see llvm::Intrinsic::getName()
*/
const char *LLVMIntrinsicCopyOverloadedName(unsigned ID,
LLVMTypeRef *ParamTypes,
size_t ParamCount,
size_t *NameLength);
/**
* Obtain if the intrinsic identified by the given ID is overloaded.
*
* @see llvm::Intrinsic::isOverloaded()
*/
LLVMBool LLVMIntrinsicIsOverloaded(unsigned ID);
/**
* Obtain the calling function of a function.
*
* The returned value corresponds to the LLVMCallConv enumeration.
*
* @see llvm::Function::getCallingConv()
*/
unsigned LLVMGetFunctionCallConv(LLVMValueRef Fn);
/**
* Set the calling convention of a function.
*
* @see llvm::Function::setCallingConv()
*
* @param Fn Function to operate on
* @param CC LLVMCallConv to set calling convention to
*/
void LLVMSetFunctionCallConv(LLVMValueRef Fn, unsigned CC);
/**
* Obtain the name of the garbage collector to use during code
* generation.
*
* @see llvm::Function::getGC()
*/
const char *LLVMGetGC(LLVMValueRef Fn);
/**
* Define the garbage collector to use during code generation.
*
* @see llvm::Function::setGC()
*/
void LLVMSetGC(LLVMValueRef Fn, const char *Name);
/**
* Add an attribute to a function.
*
* @see llvm::Function::addAttribute()
*/
void LLVMAddAttributeAtIndex(LLVMValueRef F, LLVMAttributeIndex Idx,
LLVMAttributeRef A);
unsigned LLVMGetAttributeCountAtIndex(LLVMValueRef F, LLVMAttributeIndex Idx);
void LLVMGetAttributesAtIndex(LLVMValueRef F, LLVMAttributeIndex Idx,
LLVMAttributeRef *Attrs);
LLVMAttributeRef LLVMGetEnumAttributeAtIndex(LLVMValueRef F,
LLVMAttributeIndex Idx,
unsigned KindID);
LLVMAttributeRef LLVMGetStringAttributeAtIndex(LLVMValueRef F,
LLVMAttributeIndex Idx,
const char *K, unsigned KLen);
void LLVMRemoveEnumAttributeAtIndex(LLVMValueRef F, LLVMAttributeIndex Idx,
unsigned KindID);
void LLVMRemoveStringAttributeAtIndex(LLVMValueRef F, LLVMAttributeIndex Idx,
const char *K, unsigned KLen);
/**
* Add a target-dependent attribute to a function
* @see llvm::AttrBuilder::addAttribute()
*/
void LLVMAddTargetDependentFunctionAttr(LLVMValueRef Fn, const char *A,
const char *V);
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreValueFunctionParameters Function Parameters
*
* Functions in this group relate to arguments/parameters on functions.
*
* Functions in this group expect LLVMValueRef instances that correspond
* to llvm::Function instances.
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Obtain the number of parameters in a function.
*
* @see llvm::Function::arg_size()
*/
unsigned LLVMCountParams(LLVMValueRef Fn);
/**
* Obtain the parameters in a function.
*
* The takes a pointer to a pre-allocated array of LLVMValueRef that is
* at least LLVMCountParams() long. This array will be filled with
* LLVMValueRef instances which correspond to the parameters the
* function receives. Each LLVMValueRef corresponds to a llvm::Argument
* instance.
*
* @see llvm::Function::arg_begin()
*/
void LLVMGetParams(LLVMValueRef Fn, LLVMValueRef *Params);
/**
* Obtain the parameter at the specified index.
*
* Parameters are indexed from 0.
*
* @see llvm::Function::arg_begin()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetParam(LLVMValueRef Fn, unsigned Index);
/**
* Obtain the function to which this argument belongs.
*
* Unlike other functions in this group, this one takes an LLVMValueRef
* that corresponds to a llvm::Attribute.
*
* The returned LLVMValueRef is the llvm::Function to which this
* argument belongs.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetParamParent(LLVMValueRef Inst);
/**
* Obtain the first parameter to a function.
*
* @see llvm::Function::arg_begin()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetFirstParam(LLVMValueRef Fn);
/**
* Obtain the last parameter to a function.
*
* @see llvm::Function::arg_end()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetLastParam(LLVMValueRef Fn);
/**
* Obtain the next parameter to a function.
*
* This takes an LLVMValueRef obtained from LLVMGetFirstParam() (which is
* actually a wrapped iterator) and obtains the next parameter from the
* underlying iterator.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetNextParam(LLVMValueRef Arg);
/**
* Obtain the previous parameter to a function.
*
* This is the opposite of LLVMGetNextParam().
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetPreviousParam(LLVMValueRef Arg);
/**
* Set the alignment for a function parameter.
*
* @see llvm::Argument::addAttr()
* @see llvm::AttrBuilder::addAlignmentAttr()
*/
void LLVMSetParamAlignment(LLVMValueRef Arg, unsigned Align);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreValueGlobalIFunc IFuncs
*
* Functions in this group relate to indirect functions.
*
* Functions in this group expect LLVMValueRef instances that correspond
* to llvm::GlobalIFunc instances.
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Add a global indirect function to a module under a specified name.
*
* @see llvm::GlobalIFunc::create()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMAddGlobalIFunc(LLVMModuleRef M,
const char *Name, size_t NameLen,
LLVMTypeRef Ty, unsigned AddrSpace,
LLVMValueRef Resolver);
/**
* Obtain a GlobalIFunc value from a Module by its name.
*
* The returned value corresponds to a llvm::GlobalIFunc value.
*
* @see llvm::Module::getNamedIFunc()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetNamedGlobalIFunc(LLVMModuleRef M,
const char *Name, size_t NameLen);
/**
* Obtain an iterator to the first GlobalIFunc in a Module.
*
* @see llvm::Module::ifunc_begin()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetFirstGlobalIFunc(LLVMModuleRef M);
/**
* Obtain an iterator to the last GlobalIFunc in a Module.
*
* @see llvm::Module::ifunc_end()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetLastGlobalIFunc(LLVMModuleRef M);
/**
* Advance a GlobalIFunc iterator to the next GlobalIFunc.
*
* Returns NULL if the iterator was already at the end and there are no more
* global aliases.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetNextGlobalIFunc(LLVMValueRef IFunc);
/**
* Decrement a GlobalIFunc iterator to the previous GlobalIFunc.
*
* Returns NULL if the iterator was already at the beginning and there are
* no previous global aliases.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetPreviousGlobalIFunc(LLVMValueRef IFunc);
/**
* Retrieves the resolver function associated with this indirect function, or
* NULL if it doesn't not exist.
*
* @see llvm::GlobalIFunc::getResolver()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetGlobalIFuncResolver(LLVMValueRef IFunc);
/**
* Sets the resolver function associated with this indirect function.
*
* @see llvm::GlobalIFunc::setResolver()
*/
void LLVMSetGlobalIFuncResolver(LLVMValueRef IFunc, LLVMValueRef Resolver);
/**
* Remove a global indirect function from its parent module and delete it.
*
* @see llvm::GlobalIFunc::eraseFromParent()
*/
void LLVMEraseGlobalIFunc(LLVMValueRef IFunc);
/**
* Remove a global indirect function from its parent module.
*
* This unlinks the global indirect function from its containing module but
* keeps it alive.
*
* @see llvm::GlobalIFunc::removeFromParent()
*/
void LLVMRemoveGlobalIFunc(LLVMValueRef IFunc);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreValueMetadata Metadata
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Obtain a MDString value from a context.
*
* The returned instance corresponds to the llvm::MDString class.
*
* The instance is specified by string data of a specified length. The
* string content is copied, so the backing memory can be freed after
* this function returns.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMMDStringInContext(LLVMContextRef C, const char *Str,
unsigned SLen);
/**
* Obtain a MDString value from the global context.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMMDString(const char *Str, unsigned SLen);
/**
* Obtain a MDNode value from a context.
*
* The returned value corresponds to the llvm::MDNode class.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMMDNodeInContext(LLVMContextRef C, LLVMValueRef *Vals,
unsigned Count);
/**
* Obtain a MDNode value from the global context.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMMDNode(LLVMValueRef *Vals, unsigned Count);
/**
* Obtain a Metadata as a Value.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMMetadataAsValue(LLVMContextRef C, LLVMMetadataRef MD);
/**
* Obtain a Value as a Metadata.
*/
LLVMMetadataRef LLVMValueAsMetadata(LLVMValueRef Val);
/**
* Obtain the underlying string from a MDString value.
*
* @param V Instance to obtain string from.
* @param Length Memory address which will hold length of returned string.
* @return String data in MDString.
*/
const char *LLVMGetMDString(LLVMValueRef V, unsigned *Length);
/**
* Obtain the number of operands from an MDNode value.
*
* @param V MDNode to get number of operands from.
* @return Number of operands of the MDNode.
*/
unsigned LLVMGetMDNodeNumOperands(LLVMValueRef V);
/**
* Obtain the given MDNode's operands.
*
* The passed LLVMValueRef pointer should point to enough memory to hold all of
* the operands of the given MDNode (see LLVMGetMDNodeNumOperands) as
* LLVMValueRefs. This memory will be populated with the LLVMValueRefs of the
* MDNode's operands.
*
* @param V MDNode to get the operands from.
* @param Dest Destination array for operands.
*/
void LLVMGetMDNodeOperands(LLVMValueRef V, LLVMValueRef *Dest);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreValueBasicBlock Basic Block
*
* A basic block represents a single entry single exit section of code.
* Basic blocks contain a list of instructions which form the body of
* the block.
*
* Basic blocks belong to functions. They have the type of label.
*
* Basic blocks are themselves values. However, the C API models them as
* LLVMBasicBlockRef.
*
* @see llvm::BasicBlock
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Convert a basic block instance to a value type.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMBasicBlockAsValue(LLVMBasicBlockRef BB);
/**
* Determine whether an LLVMValueRef is itself a basic block.
*/
LLVMBool LLVMValueIsBasicBlock(LLVMValueRef Val);
/**
* Convert an LLVMValueRef to an LLVMBasicBlockRef instance.
*/
LLVMBasicBlockRef LLVMValueAsBasicBlock(LLVMValueRef Val);
/**
* Obtain the string name of a basic block.
*/
const char *LLVMGetBasicBlockName(LLVMBasicBlockRef BB);
/**
* Obtain the function to which a basic block belongs.
*
* @see llvm::BasicBlock::getParent()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetBasicBlockParent(LLVMBasicBlockRef BB);
/**
* Obtain the terminator instruction for a basic block.
*
* If the basic block does not have a terminator (it is not well-formed
* if it doesn't), then NULL is returned.
*
* The returned LLVMValueRef corresponds to an llvm::Instruction.
*
* @see llvm::BasicBlock::getTerminator()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetBasicBlockTerminator(LLVMBasicBlockRef BB);
/**
* Obtain the number of basic blocks in a function.
*
* @param Fn Function value to operate on.
*/
unsigned LLVMCountBasicBlocks(LLVMValueRef Fn);
/**
* Obtain all of the basic blocks in a function.
*
* This operates on a function value. The BasicBlocks parameter is a
* pointer to a pre-allocated array of LLVMBasicBlockRef of at least
* LLVMCountBasicBlocks() in length. This array is populated with
* LLVMBasicBlockRef instances.
*/
void LLVMGetBasicBlocks(LLVMValueRef Fn, LLVMBasicBlockRef *BasicBlocks);
/**
* Obtain the first basic block in a function.
*
* The returned basic block can be used as an iterator. You will likely
* eventually call into LLVMGetNextBasicBlock() with it.
*
* @see llvm::Function::begin()
*/
LLVMBasicBlockRef LLVMGetFirstBasicBlock(LLVMValueRef Fn);
/**
* Obtain the last basic block in a function.
*
* @see llvm::Function::end()
*/
LLVMBasicBlockRef LLVMGetLastBasicBlock(LLVMValueRef Fn);
/**
* Advance a basic block iterator.
*/
LLVMBasicBlockRef LLVMGetNextBasicBlock(LLVMBasicBlockRef BB);
/**
* Go backwards in a basic block iterator.
*/
LLVMBasicBlockRef LLVMGetPreviousBasicBlock(LLVMBasicBlockRef BB);
/**
* Obtain the basic block that corresponds to the entry point of a
* function.
*
* @see llvm::Function::getEntryBlock()
*/
LLVMBasicBlockRef LLVMGetEntryBasicBlock(LLVMValueRef Fn);
/**
* Create a new basic block without inserting it into a function.
*
* @see llvm::BasicBlock::Create()
*/
LLVMBasicBlockRef LLVMCreateBasicBlockInContext(LLVMContextRef C,
const char *Name);
/**
* Append a basic block to the end of a function.
*
* @see llvm::BasicBlock::Create()
*/
LLVMBasicBlockRef LLVMAppendBasicBlockInContext(LLVMContextRef C,
LLVMValueRef Fn,
const char *Name);
/**
* Append a basic block to the end of a function using the global
* context.
*
* @see llvm::BasicBlock::Create()
*/
LLVMBasicBlockRef LLVMAppendBasicBlock(LLVMValueRef Fn, const char *Name);
/**
* Insert a basic block in a function before another basic block.
*
* The function to add to is determined by the function of the
* passed basic block.
*
* @see llvm::BasicBlock::Create()
*/
LLVMBasicBlockRef LLVMInsertBasicBlockInContext(LLVMContextRef C,
LLVMBasicBlockRef BB,
const char *Name);
/**
* Insert a basic block in a function using the global context.
*
* @see llvm::BasicBlock::Create()
*/
LLVMBasicBlockRef LLVMInsertBasicBlock(LLVMBasicBlockRef InsertBeforeBB,
const char *Name);
/**
* Remove a basic block from a function and delete it.
*
* This deletes the basic block from its containing function and deletes
* the basic block itself.
*
* @see llvm::BasicBlock::eraseFromParent()
*/
void LLVMDeleteBasicBlock(LLVMBasicBlockRef BB);
/**
* Remove a basic block from a function.
*
* This deletes the basic block from its containing function but keep
* the basic block alive.
*
* @see llvm::BasicBlock::removeFromParent()
*/
void LLVMRemoveBasicBlockFromParent(LLVMBasicBlockRef BB);
/**
* Move a basic block to before another one.
*
* @see llvm::BasicBlock::moveBefore()
*/
void LLVMMoveBasicBlockBefore(LLVMBasicBlockRef BB, LLVMBasicBlockRef MovePos);
/**
* Move a basic block to after another one.
*
* @see llvm::BasicBlock::moveAfter()
*/
void LLVMMoveBasicBlockAfter(LLVMBasicBlockRef BB, LLVMBasicBlockRef MovePos);
/**
* Obtain the first instruction in a basic block.
*
* The returned LLVMValueRef corresponds to a llvm::Instruction
* instance.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetFirstInstruction(LLVMBasicBlockRef BB);
/**
* Obtain the last instruction in a basic block.
*
* The returned LLVMValueRef corresponds to an LLVM:Instruction.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetLastInstruction(LLVMBasicBlockRef BB);
/**
* @}
*/
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreValueInstruction Instructions
*
* Functions in this group relate to the inspection and manipulation of
* individual instructions.
*
* In the C++ API, an instruction is modeled by llvm::Instruction. This
* class has a large number of descendents. llvm::Instruction is a
* llvm::Value and in the C API, instructions are modeled by
* LLVMValueRef.
*
* This group also contains sub-groups which operate on specific
* llvm::Instruction types, e.g. llvm::CallInst.
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Determine whether an instruction has any metadata attached.
*/
int LLVMHasMetadata(LLVMValueRef Val);
/**
* Return metadata associated with an instruction value.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetMetadata(LLVMValueRef Val, unsigned KindID);
/**
* Set metadata associated with an instruction value.
*/
void LLVMSetMetadata(LLVMValueRef Val, unsigned KindID, LLVMValueRef Node);
/**
* Returns the metadata associated with an instruction value, but filters out
* all the debug locations.
*
* @see llvm::Instruction::getAllMetadataOtherThanDebugLoc()
*/
LLVMValueMetadataEntry *
LLVMInstructionGetAllMetadataOtherThanDebugLoc(LLVMValueRef Instr,
size_t *NumEntries);
/**
* Obtain the basic block to which an instruction belongs.
*
* @see llvm::Instruction::getParent()
*/
LLVMBasicBlockRef LLVMGetInstructionParent(LLVMValueRef Inst);
/**
* Obtain the instruction that occurs after the one specified.
*
* The next instruction will be from the same basic block.
*
* If this is the last instruction in a basic block, NULL will be
* returned.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetNextInstruction(LLVMValueRef Inst);
/**
* Obtain the instruction that occurred before this one.
*
* If the instruction is the first instruction in a basic block, NULL
* will be returned.
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMGetPreviousInstruction(LLVMValueRef Inst);
/**
* Remove and delete an instruction.
*
* The instruction specified is removed from its containing building
* block but is kept alive.
*
* @see llvm::Instruction::removeFromParent()
*/
void LLVMInstructionRemoveFromParent(LLVMValueRef Inst);
/**
* Remove and delete an instruction.
*
* The instruction specified is removed from its containing building
* block and then deleted.
*
* @see llvm::Instruction::eraseFromParent()
*/
void LLVMInstructionEraseFromParent(LLVMValueRef Inst);
/**
* Obtain the code opcode for an individual instruction.
*
* @see llvm::Instruction::getOpCode()
*/
LLVMOpcode LLVMGetInstructionOpcode(LLVMValueRef Inst);
/**
* Obtain the predicate of an instruction.
*
* This is only valid for instructions that correspond to llvm::ICmpInst
* or llvm::ConstantExpr whose opcode is llvm::Instruction::ICmp.
*
* @see llvm::ICmpInst::getPredicate()
*/
LLVMIntPredicate LLVMGetICmpPredicate(LLVMValueRef Inst);
/**
* Obtain the float predicate of an instruction.
*
* This is only valid for instructions that correspond to llvm::FCmpInst
* or llvm::ConstantExpr whose opcode is llvm::Instruction::FCmp.
*
* @see llvm::FCmpInst::getPredicate()
*/
LLVMRealPredicate LLVMGetFCmpPredicate(LLVMValueRef Inst);
/**
* Create a copy of 'this' instruction that is identical in all ways
* except the following:
* * The instruction has no parent
* * The instruction has no name
*
* @see llvm::Instruction::clone()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMInstructionClone(LLVMValueRef Inst);
/**
* Determine whether an instruction is a terminator. This routine is named to
* be compatible with historical functions that did this by querying the
* underlying C++ type.
*
* @see llvm::Instruction::isTerminator()
*/
LLVMValueRef LLVMIsATerminatorInst(LLVMValueRef Inst);
/**
* @defgroup LLVMCCoreValueInstructionCall Call Sites and Invocations
*
* Functions in this group apply to instructions that refer to call
* sites and invocations. These correspond to C++ types in the
* llvm::CallInst class tree.
*
* @{
*/
/**
* Obtain the argument count for a call instruction.
*
* This expects an LLVMValueRef that corresponds to a llvm::CallInst,
* llvm::InvokeInst, or llvm:FuncletPadInst.
*
* @see llvm::CallInst::getNumArgOperands()
* @see llvm::InvokeInst::getNumArgOperands()
* @see llvm::FuncletPadInst::getNumArgOperands()
*/
unsigned LLVMGetNumArgOperands(LLVMValueRef Instr);
/**
* Set the calling convention for a call instruction.
*
* This expects an LLVMValueRef that corresponds to a llvm::CallInst or
* llvm::InvokeInst.
*
* @see llvm::CallInst::setCallingConv()
* @see llvm::InvokeInst::setCallingConv()
*/
void LLVMSetInstructionCallConv(LLVMValueRef Instr, unsigned CC);
/**
* Obtain the calling convention for a call instruction.
*
* This is the opposite of LLVMSetInstructionCallConv(). Reads its
* usage.
*
* @see LLVMSetInstructionCallConv()
*/
unsigned LLVMGetInstructionCallConv(LLVMValueRef Instr);
void LLVMSetInstrParamAlignment(LLVMValueRef Instr, unsigned index,
unsigned Align);
void LLVMAddCallSiteAttribute(LLVMValueRef C, LLVMAttributeIndex Idx,
LLVMAttributeRef A);
unsigned LLVMGetCallSiteAttributeCount(LLVMValueRef C, LLVMAttributeIndex Idx);
void LLVMGetCallSiteAttributes(LLVMValueRef C, LLVMAttributeIndex Idx,
LLVMAttributeRef *Attrs);
LLVMAttributeRef LLVMGetCallSiteEnumAttribute(LLVMValueRef C,
LLVMAttributeIndex Idx,
unsigned KindID);
LLVMAttributeRef LLVMGetCallSiteStringAttribute(LLVMValueRef C,
LLVMAttributeIndex Idx,
const char *K, unsigned KLen);
void LLVMRemoveCallSiteEnumAttribute(LLVMValueRef C, LLVMAttributeIndex Idx,
unsigned KindID);
void LLVMRemoveCallSiteStringAttribute(LLVMValueRef C, LLVMAttributeIndex Idx,
const char *K, unsigned KLen);
/**
* Obtain the function type called by this instruction.
*
* @see llvm::CallBase::getFunctionType()
*/
LLVMTypeRef LLVMGetCalledFunctionType(LLVMValueRef C);
/**
* Obtain the pointer to the function invoked by this instruction.
*
* This expects an LLVMValueRef that corresponds to a llvm::CallInst or
* llvm::InvokeInst.
*