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//===- GlobalISelEmitter.cpp - Generate an instruction selector -----------===//
//
// The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
//
// This file is distributed under the University of Illinois Open Source
// License. See LICENSE.TXT for details.
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
//
/// \file
/// This tablegen backend emits code for use by the GlobalISel instruction
/// selector. See include/llvm/CodeGen/TargetGlobalISel.td.
///
/// This file analyzes the patterns recognized by the SelectionDAGISel tablegen
/// backend, filters out the ones that are unsupported, maps
/// SelectionDAG-specific constructs to their GlobalISel counterpart
/// (when applicable: MVT to LLT; SDNode to generic Instruction).
///
/// Not all patterns are supported: pass the tablegen invocation
/// "-warn-on-skipped-patterns" to emit a warning when a pattern is skipped,
/// as well as why.
///
/// The generated file defines a single method:
/// bool <Target>InstructionSelector::selectImpl(MachineInstr &I) const;
/// intended to be used in InstructionSelector::select as the first-step
/// selector for the patterns that don't require complex C++.
///
/// FIXME: We'll probably want to eventually define a base
/// "TargetGenInstructionSelector" class.
///
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
#include "CodeGenDAGPatterns.h"
#include "SubtargetFeatureInfo.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/Optional.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/SmallSet.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/Statistic.h"
#include "llvm/Support/CodeGenCoverage.h"
#include "llvm/Support/CommandLine.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Error.h"
#include "llvm/Support/LowLevelTypeImpl.h"
#include "llvm/Support/MachineValueType.h"
#include "llvm/Support/ScopedPrinter.h"
#include "llvm/TableGen/Error.h"
#include "llvm/TableGen/Record.h"
#include "llvm/TableGen/TableGenBackend.h"
#include <numeric>
#include <string>
using namespace llvm;
#define DEBUG_TYPE "gisel-emitter"
STATISTIC(NumPatternTotal, "Total number of patterns");
STATISTIC(NumPatternImported, "Number of patterns imported from SelectionDAG");
STATISTIC(NumPatternImportsSkipped, "Number of SelectionDAG imports skipped");
STATISTIC(NumPatternsTested, "Number of patterns executed according to coverage information");
STATISTIC(NumPatternEmitted, "Number of patterns emitted");
cl::OptionCategory GlobalISelEmitterCat("Options for -gen-global-isel");
static cl::opt<bool> WarnOnSkippedPatterns(
"warn-on-skipped-patterns",
cl::desc("Explain why a pattern was skipped for inclusion "
"in the GlobalISel selector"),
cl::init(false), cl::cat(GlobalISelEmitterCat));
static cl::opt<bool> GenerateCoverage(
"instrument-gisel-coverage",
cl::desc("Generate coverage instrumentation for GlobalISel"),
cl::init(false), cl::cat(GlobalISelEmitterCat));
static cl::opt<std::string> UseCoverageFile(
"gisel-coverage-file", cl::init(""),
cl::desc("Specify file to retrieve coverage information from"),
cl::cat(GlobalISelEmitterCat));
static cl::opt<bool> OptimizeMatchTable(
"optimize-match-table",
cl::desc("Generate an optimized version of the match table"),
cl::init(true), cl::cat(GlobalISelEmitterCat));
namespace {
//===- Helper functions ---------------------------------------------------===//
/// Get the name of the enum value used to number the predicate function.
std::string getEnumNameForPredicate(const TreePredicateFn &Predicate) {
if (Predicate.hasGISelPredicateCode())
return "GIPFP_MI_" + Predicate.getFnName();
return "GIPFP_" + Predicate.getImmTypeIdentifier().str() + "_" +
Predicate.getFnName();
}
/// Get the opcode used to check this predicate.
std::string getMatchOpcodeForPredicate(const TreePredicateFn &Predicate) {
return "GIM_Check" + Predicate.getImmTypeIdentifier().str() + "ImmPredicate";
}
/// This class stands in for LLT wherever we want to tablegen-erate an
/// equivalent at compiler run-time.
class LLTCodeGen {
private:
LLT Ty;
public:
LLTCodeGen() = default;
LLTCodeGen(const LLT &Ty) : Ty(Ty) {}
std::string getCxxEnumValue() const {
std::string Str;
raw_string_ostream OS(Str);
emitCxxEnumValue(OS);
return OS.str();
}
void emitCxxEnumValue(raw_ostream &OS) const {
if (Ty.isScalar()) {
OS << "GILLT_s" << Ty.getSizeInBits();
return;
}
if (Ty.isVector()) {
OS << "GILLT_v" << Ty.getNumElements() << "s" << Ty.getScalarSizeInBits();
return;
}
if (Ty.isPointer()) {
OS << "GILLT_p" << Ty.getAddressSpace();
if (Ty.getSizeInBits() > 0)
OS << "s" << Ty.getSizeInBits();
return;
}
llvm_unreachable("Unhandled LLT");
}
void emitCxxConstructorCall(raw_ostream &OS) const {
if (Ty.isScalar()) {
OS << "LLT::scalar(" << Ty.getSizeInBits() << ")";
return;
}
if (Ty.isVector()) {
OS << "LLT::vector(" << Ty.getNumElements() << ", "
<< Ty.getScalarSizeInBits() << ")";
return;
}
if (Ty.isPointer() && Ty.getSizeInBits() > 0) {
OS << "LLT::pointer(" << Ty.getAddressSpace() << ", "
<< Ty.getSizeInBits() << ")";
return;
}
llvm_unreachable("Unhandled LLT");
}
const LLT &get() const { return Ty; }
/// This ordering is used for std::unique() and llvm::sort(). There's no
/// particular logic behind the order but either A < B or B < A must be
/// true if A != B.
bool operator<(const LLTCodeGen &Other) const {
if (Ty.isValid() != Other.Ty.isValid())
return Ty.isValid() < Other.Ty.isValid();
if (!Ty.isValid())
return false;
if (Ty.isVector() != Other.Ty.isVector())
return Ty.isVector() < Other.Ty.isVector();
if (Ty.isScalar() != Other.Ty.isScalar())
return Ty.isScalar() < Other.Ty.isScalar();
if (Ty.isPointer() != Other.Ty.isPointer())
return Ty.isPointer() < Other.Ty.isPointer();
if (Ty.isPointer() && Ty.getAddressSpace() != Other.Ty.getAddressSpace())
return Ty.getAddressSpace() < Other.Ty.getAddressSpace();
if (Ty.isVector() && Ty.getNumElements() != Other.Ty.getNumElements())
return Ty.getNumElements() < Other.Ty.getNumElements();
return Ty.getSizeInBits() < Other.Ty.getSizeInBits();
}
bool operator==(const LLTCodeGen &B) const { return Ty == B.Ty; }
};
// Track all types that are used so we can emit the corresponding enum.
std::set<LLTCodeGen> KnownTypes;
class InstructionMatcher;
/// Convert an MVT to an equivalent LLT if possible, or the invalid LLT() for
/// MVTs that don't map cleanly to an LLT (e.g., iPTR, *any, ...).
static Optional<LLTCodeGen> MVTToLLT(MVT::SimpleValueType SVT) {
MVT VT(SVT);
if (VT.isVector() && VT.getVectorNumElements() != 1)
return LLTCodeGen(
LLT::vector(VT.getVectorNumElements(), VT.getScalarSizeInBits()));
if (VT.isInteger() || VT.isFloatingPoint())
return LLTCodeGen(LLT::scalar(VT.getSizeInBits()));
return None;
}
static std::string explainPredicates(const TreePatternNode *N) {
std::string Explanation = "";
StringRef Separator = "";
for (const TreePredicateCall &Call : N->getPredicateCalls()) {
const TreePredicateFn &P = Call.Fn;
Explanation +=
(Separator + P.getOrigPatFragRecord()->getRecord()->getName()).str();
Separator = ", ";
if (P.isAlwaysTrue())
Explanation += " always-true";
if (P.isImmediatePattern())
Explanation += " immediate";
if (P.isUnindexed())
Explanation += " unindexed";
if (P.isNonExtLoad())
Explanation += " non-extload";
if (P.isAnyExtLoad())
Explanation += " extload";
if (P.isSignExtLoad())
Explanation += " sextload";
if (P.isZeroExtLoad())
Explanation += " zextload";
if (P.isNonTruncStore())
Explanation += " non-truncstore";
if (P.isTruncStore())
Explanation += " truncstore";
if (Record *VT = P.getMemoryVT())
Explanation += (" MemVT=" + VT->getName()).str();
if (Record *VT = P.getScalarMemoryVT())
Explanation += (" ScalarVT(MemVT)=" + VT->getName()).str();
if (P.isAtomicOrderingMonotonic())
Explanation += " monotonic";
if (P.isAtomicOrderingAcquire())
Explanation += " acquire";
if (P.isAtomicOrderingRelease())
Explanation += " release";
if (P.isAtomicOrderingAcquireRelease())
Explanation += " acq_rel";
if (P.isAtomicOrderingSequentiallyConsistent())
Explanation += " seq_cst";
if (P.isAtomicOrderingAcquireOrStronger())
Explanation += " >=acquire";
if (P.isAtomicOrderingWeakerThanAcquire())
Explanation += " <acquire";
if (P.isAtomicOrderingReleaseOrStronger())
Explanation += " >=release";
if (P.isAtomicOrderingWeakerThanRelease())
Explanation += " <release";
}
return Explanation;
}
std::string explainOperator(Record *Operator) {
if (Operator->isSubClassOf("SDNode"))
return (" (" + Operator->getValueAsString("Opcode") + ")").str();
if (Operator->isSubClassOf("Intrinsic"))
return (" (Operator is an Intrinsic, " + Operator->getName() + ")").str();
if (Operator->isSubClassOf("ComplexPattern"))
return (" (Operator is an unmapped ComplexPattern, " + Operator->getName() +
")")
.str();
if (Operator->isSubClassOf("SDNodeXForm"))
return (" (Operator is an unmapped SDNodeXForm, " + Operator->getName() +
")")
.str();
return (" (Operator " + Operator->getName() + " not understood)").str();
}
/// Helper function to let the emitter report skip reason error messages.
static Error failedImport(const Twine &Reason) {
return make_error<StringError>(Reason, inconvertibleErrorCode());
}
static Error isTrivialOperatorNode(const TreePatternNode *N) {
std::string Explanation = "";
std::string Separator = "";
bool HasUnsupportedPredicate = false;
for (const TreePredicateCall &Call : N->getPredicateCalls()) {
const TreePredicateFn &Predicate = Call.Fn;
if (Predicate.isAlwaysTrue())
continue;
if (Predicate.isImmediatePattern())
continue;
if (Predicate.isNonExtLoad() || Predicate.isAnyExtLoad() ||
Predicate.isSignExtLoad() || Predicate.isZeroExtLoad())
continue;
if (Predicate.isNonTruncStore())
continue;
if (Predicate.isLoad() && Predicate.getMemoryVT())
continue;
if (Predicate.isLoad() || Predicate.isStore()) {
if (Predicate.isUnindexed())
continue;
}
if (Predicate.isAtomic() && Predicate.getMemoryVT())
continue;
if (Predicate.isAtomic() &&
(Predicate.isAtomicOrderingMonotonic() ||
Predicate.isAtomicOrderingAcquire() ||
Predicate.isAtomicOrderingRelease() ||
Predicate.isAtomicOrderingAcquireRelease() ||
Predicate.isAtomicOrderingSequentiallyConsistent() ||
Predicate.isAtomicOrderingAcquireOrStronger() ||
Predicate.isAtomicOrderingWeakerThanAcquire() ||
Predicate.isAtomicOrderingReleaseOrStronger() ||
Predicate.isAtomicOrderingWeakerThanRelease()))
continue;
if (Predicate.hasGISelPredicateCode())
continue;
HasUnsupportedPredicate = true;
Explanation = Separator + "Has a predicate (" + explainPredicates(N) + ")";
Separator = ", ";
Explanation += (Separator + "first-failing:" +
Predicate.getOrigPatFragRecord()->getRecord()->getName())
.str();
break;
}
if (!HasUnsupportedPredicate)
return Error::success();
return failedImport(Explanation);
}
static Record *getInitValueAsRegClass(Init *V) {
if (DefInit *VDefInit = dyn_cast<DefInit>(V)) {
if (VDefInit->getDef()->isSubClassOf("RegisterOperand"))
return VDefInit->getDef()->getValueAsDef("RegClass");
if (VDefInit->getDef()->isSubClassOf("RegisterClass"))
return VDefInit->getDef();
}
return nullptr;
}
std::string
getNameForFeatureBitset(const std::vector<Record *> &FeatureBitset) {
std::string Name = "GIFBS";
for (const auto &Feature : FeatureBitset)
Name += ("_" + Feature->getName()).str();
return Name;
}
//===- MatchTable Helpers -------------------------------------------------===//
class MatchTable;
/// A record to be stored in a MatchTable.
///
/// This class represents any and all output that may be required to emit the
/// MatchTable. Instances are most often configured to represent an opcode or
/// value that will be emitted to the table with some formatting but it can also
/// represent commas, comments, and other formatting instructions.
struct MatchTableRecord {
enum RecordFlagsBits {
MTRF_None = 0x0,
/// Causes EmitStr to be formatted as comment when emitted.
MTRF_Comment = 0x1,
/// Causes the record value to be followed by a comma when emitted.
MTRF_CommaFollows = 0x2,
/// Causes the record value to be followed by a line break when emitted.
MTRF_LineBreakFollows = 0x4,
/// Indicates that the record defines a label and causes an additional
/// comment to be emitted containing the index of the label.
MTRF_Label = 0x8,
/// Causes the record to be emitted as the index of the label specified by
/// LabelID along with a comment indicating where that label is.
MTRF_JumpTarget = 0x10,
/// Causes the formatter to add a level of indentation before emitting the
/// record.
MTRF_Indent = 0x20,
/// Causes the formatter to remove a level of indentation after emitting the
/// record.
MTRF_Outdent = 0x40,
};
/// When MTRF_Label or MTRF_JumpTarget is used, indicates a label id to
/// reference or define.
unsigned LabelID;
/// The string to emit. Depending on the MTRF_* flags it may be a comment, a
/// value, a label name.
std::string EmitStr;
private:
/// The number of MatchTable elements described by this record. Comments are 0
/// while values are typically 1. Values >1 may occur when we need to emit
/// values that exceed the size of a MatchTable element.
unsigned NumElements;
public:
/// A bitfield of RecordFlagsBits flags.
unsigned Flags;
/// The actual run-time value, if known
int64_t RawValue;
MatchTableRecord(Optional<unsigned> LabelID_, StringRef EmitStr,
unsigned NumElements, unsigned Flags,
int64_t RawValue = std::numeric_limits<int64_t>::min())
: LabelID(LabelID_.hasValue() ? LabelID_.getValue() : ~0u),
EmitStr(EmitStr), NumElements(NumElements), Flags(Flags),
RawValue(RawValue) {
assert((!LabelID_.hasValue() || LabelID != ~0u) &&
"This value is reserved for non-labels");
}
MatchTableRecord(const MatchTableRecord &Other) = default;
MatchTableRecord(MatchTableRecord &&Other) = default;
/// Useful if a Match Table Record gets optimized out
void turnIntoComment() {
Flags |= MTRF_Comment;
Flags &= ~MTRF_CommaFollows;
NumElements = 0;
}
/// For Jump Table generation purposes
bool operator<(const MatchTableRecord &Other) const {
return RawValue < Other.RawValue;
}
int64_t getRawValue() const { return RawValue; }
void emit(raw_ostream &OS, bool LineBreakNextAfterThis,
const MatchTable &Table) const;
unsigned size() const { return NumElements; }
};
class Matcher;
/// Holds the contents of a generated MatchTable to enable formatting and the
/// necessary index tracking needed to support GIM_Try.
class MatchTable {
/// An unique identifier for the table. The generated table will be named
/// MatchTable${ID}.
unsigned ID;
/// The records that make up the table. Also includes comments describing the
/// values being emitted and line breaks to format it.
std::vector<MatchTableRecord> Contents;
/// The currently defined labels.
DenseMap<unsigned, unsigned> LabelMap;
/// Tracks the sum of MatchTableRecord::NumElements as the table is built.
unsigned CurrentSize = 0;
/// A unique identifier for a MatchTable label.
unsigned CurrentLabelID = 0;
/// Determines if the table should be instrumented for rule coverage tracking.
bool IsWithCoverage;
public:
static MatchTableRecord LineBreak;
static MatchTableRecord Comment(StringRef Comment) {
return MatchTableRecord(None, Comment, 0, MatchTableRecord::MTRF_Comment);
}
static MatchTableRecord Opcode(StringRef Opcode, int IndentAdjust = 0) {
unsigned ExtraFlags = 0;
if (IndentAdjust > 0)
ExtraFlags |= MatchTableRecord::MTRF_Indent;
if (IndentAdjust < 0)
ExtraFlags |= MatchTableRecord::MTRF_Outdent;
return MatchTableRecord(None, Opcode, 1,
MatchTableRecord::MTRF_CommaFollows | ExtraFlags);
}
static MatchTableRecord NamedValue(StringRef NamedValue) {
return MatchTableRecord(None, NamedValue, 1,
MatchTableRecord::MTRF_CommaFollows);
}
static MatchTableRecord NamedValue(StringRef NamedValue, int64_t RawValue) {
return MatchTableRecord(None, NamedValue, 1,
MatchTableRecord::MTRF_CommaFollows, RawValue);
}
static MatchTableRecord NamedValue(StringRef Namespace,
StringRef NamedValue) {
return MatchTableRecord(None, (Namespace + "::" + NamedValue).str(), 1,
MatchTableRecord::MTRF_CommaFollows);
}
static MatchTableRecord NamedValue(StringRef Namespace, StringRef NamedValue,
int64_t RawValue) {
return MatchTableRecord(None, (Namespace + "::" + NamedValue).str(), 1,
MatchTableRecord::MTRF_CommaFollows, RawValue);
}
static MatchTableRecord IntValue(int64_t IntValue) {
return MatchTableRecord(None, llvm::to_string(IntValue), 1,
MatchTableRecord::MTRF_CommaFollows);
}
static MatchTableRecord Label(unsigned LabelID) {
return MatchTableRecord(LabelID, "Label " + llvm::to_string(LabelID), 0,
MatchTableRecord::MTRF_Label |
MatchTableRecord::MTRF_Comment |
MatchTableRecord::MTRF_LineBreakFollows);
}
static MatchTableRecord JumpTarget(unsigned LabelID) {
return MatchTableRecord(LabelID, "Label " + llvm::to_string(LabelID), 1,
MatchTableRecord::MTRF_JumpTarget |
MatchTableRecord::MTRF_Comment |
MatchTableRecord::MTRF_CommaFollows);
}
static MatchTable buildTable(ArrayRef<Matcher *> Rules, bool WithCoverage);
MatchTable(bool WithCoverage, unsigned ID = 0)
: ID(ID), IsWithCoverage(WithCoverage) {}
bool isWithCoverage() const { return IsWithCoverage; }
void push_back(const MatchTableRecord &Value) {
if (Value.Flags & MatchTableRecord::MTRF_Label)
defineLabel(Value.LabelID);
Contents.push_back(Value);
CurrentSize += Value.size();
}
unsigned allocateLabelID() { return CurrentLabelID++; }
void defineLabel(unsigned LabelID) {
LabelMap.insert(std::make_pair(LabelID, CurrentSize));
}
unsigned getLabelIndex(unsigned LabelID) const {
const auto I = LabelMap.find(LabelID);
assert(I != LabelMap.end() && "Use of undeclared label");
return I->second;
}
void emitUse(raw_ostream &OS) const { OS << "MatchTable" << ID; }
void emitDeclaration(raw_ostream &OS) const {
unsigned Indentation = 4;
OS << " constexpr static int64_t MatchTable" << ID << "[] = {";
LineBreak.emit(OS, true, *this);
OS << std::string(Indentation, ' ');
for (auto I = Contents.begin(), E = Contents.end(); I != E;
++I) {
bool LineBreakIsNext = false;
const auto &NextI = std::next(I);
if (NextI != E) {
if (NextI->EmitStr == "" &&
NextI->Flags == MatchTableRecord::MTRF_LineBreakFollows)
LineBreakIsNext = true;
}
if (I->Flags & MatchTableRecord::MTRF_Indent)
Indentation += 2;
I->emit(OS, LineBreakIsNext, *this);
if (I->Flags & MatchTableRecord::MTRF_LineBreakFollows)
OS << std::string(Indentation, ' ');
if (I->Flags & MatchTableRecord::MTRF_Outdent)
Indentation -= 2;
}
OS << "};\n";
}
};
MatchTableRecord MatchTable::LineBreak = {
None, "" /* Emit String */, 0 /* Elements */,
MatchTableRecord::MTRF_LineBreakFollows};
void MatchTableRecord::emit(raw_ostream &OS, bool LineBreakIsNextAfterThis,
const MatchTable &Table) const {
bool UseLineComment =
LineBreakIsNextAfterThis | (Flags & MTRF_LineBreakFollows);
if (Flags & (MTRF_JumpTarget | MTRF_CommaFollows))
UseLineComment = false;
if (Flags & MTRF_Comment)
OS << (UseLineComment ? "// " : "/*");
OS << EmitStr;
if (Flags & MTRF_Label)
OS << ": @" << Table.getLabelIndex(LabelID);
if (Flags & MTRF_Comment && !UseLineComment)
OS << "*/";
if (Flags & MTRF_JumpTarget) {
if (Flags & MTRF_Comment)
OS << " ";
OS << Table.getLabelIndex(LabelID);
}
if (Flags & MTRF_CommaFollows) {
OS << ",";
if (!LineBreakIsNextAfterThis && !(Flags & MTRF_LineBreakFollows))
OS << " ";
}
if (Flags & MTRF_LineBreakFollows)
OS << "\n";
}
MatchTable &operator<<(MatchTable &Table, const MatchTableRecord &Value) {
Table.push_back(Value);
return Table;
}
//===- Matchers -----------------------------------------------------------===//
class OperandMatcher;
class MatchAction;
class PredicateMatcher;
class RuleMatcher;
class Matcher {
public:
virtual ~Matcher() = default;
virtual void optimize() {}
virtual void emit(MatchTable &Table) = 0;
virtual bool hasFirstCondition() const = 0;
virtual const PredicateMatcher &getFirstCondition() const = 0;
virtual std::unique_ptr<PredicateMatcher> popFirstCondition() = 0;
};
MatchTable MatchTable::buildTable(ArrayRef<Matcher *> Rules,
bool WithCoverage) {
MatchTable Table(WithCoverage);
for (Matcher *Rule : Rules)
Rule->emit(Table);
return Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIM_Reject") << MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
class GroupMatcher final : public Matcher {
/// Conditions that form a common prefix of all the matchers contained.
SmallVector<std::unique_ptr<PredicateMatcher>, 1> Conditions;
/// All the nested matchers, sharing a common prefix.
std::vector<Matcher *> Matchers;
/// An owning collection for any auxiliary matchers created while optimizing
/// nested matchers contained.
std::vector<std::unique_ptr<Matcher>> MatcherStorage;
public:
/// Add a matcher to the collection of nested matchers if it meets the
/// requirements, and return true. If it doesn't, do nothing and return false.
///
/// Expected to preserve its argument, so it could be moved out later on.
bool addMatcher(Matcher &Candidate);
/// Mark the matcher as fully-built and ensure any invariants expected by both
/// optimize() and emit(...) methods. Generally, both sequences of calls
/// are expected to lead to a sensible result:
///
/// addMatcher(...)*; finalize(); optimize(); emit(...); and
/// addMatcher(...)*; finalize(); emit(...);
///
/// or generally
///
/// addMatcher(...)*; finalize(); { optimize()*; emit(...); }*
///
/// Multiple calls to optimize() are expected to be handled gracefully, though
/// optimize() is not expected to be idempotent. Multiple calls to finalize()
/// aren't generally supported. emit(...) is expected to be non-mutating and
/// producing the exact same results upon repeated calls.
///
/// addMatcher() calls after the finalize() call are not supported.
///
/// finalize() and optimize() are both allowed to mutate the contained
/// matchers, so moving them out after finalize() is not supported.
void finalize();
void optimize() override;
void emit(MatchTable &Table) override;
/// Could be used to move out the matchers added previously, unless finalize()
/// has been already called. If any of the matchers are moved out, the group
/// becomes safe to destroy, but not safe to re-use for anything else.
iterator_range<std::vector<Matcher *>::iterator> matchers() {
return make_range(Matchers.begin(), Matchers.end());
}
size_t size() const { return Matchers.size(); }
bool empty() const { return Matchers.empty(); }
std::unique_ptr<PredicateMatcher> popFirstCondition() override {
assert(!Conditions.empty() &&
"Trying to pop a condition from a condition-less group");
std::unique_ptr<PredicateMatcher> P = std::move(Conditions.front());
Conditions.erase(Conditions.begin());
return P;
}
const PredicateMatcher &getFirstCondition() const override {
assert(!Conditions.empty() &&
"Trying to get a condition from a condition-less group");
return *Conditions.front();
}
bool hasFirstCondition() const override { return !Conditions.empty(); }
private:
/// See if a candidate matcher could be added to this group solely by
/// analyzing its first condition.
bool candidateConditionMatches(const PredicateMatcher &Predicate) const;
};
class SwitchMatcher : public Matcher {
/// All the nested matchers, representing distinct switch-cases. The first
/// conditions (as Matcher::getFirstCondition() reports) of all the nested
/// matchers must share the same type and path to a value they check, in other
/// words, be isIdenticalDownToValue, but have different values they check
/// against.
std::vector<Matcher *> Matchers;
/// The representative condition, with a type and a path (InsnVarID and OpIdx
/// in most cases) shared by all the matchers contained.
std::unique_ptr<PredicateMatcher> Condition = nullptr;
/// Temporary set used to check that the case values don't repeat within the
/// same switch.
std::set<MatchTableRecord> Values;
/// An owning collection for any auxiliary matchers created while optimizing
/// nested matchers contained.
std::vector<std::unique_ptr<Matcher>> MatcherStorage;
public:
bool addMatcher(Matcher &Candidate);
void finalize();
void emit(MatchTable &Table) override;
iterator_range<std::vector<Matcher *>::iterator> matchers() {
return make_range(Matchers.begin(), Matchers.end());
}
size_t size() const { return Matchers.size(); }
bool empty() const { return Matchers.empty(); }
std::unique_ptr<PredicateMatcher> popFirstCondition() override {
// SwitchMatcher doesn't have a common first condition for its cases, as all
// the cases only share a kind of a value (a type and a path to it) they
// match, but deliberately differ in the actual value they match.
llvm_unreachable("Trying to pop a condition from a condition-less group");
}
const PredicateMatcher &getFirstCondition() const override {
llvm_unreachable("Trying to pop a condition from a condition-less group");
}
bool hasFirstCondition() const override { return false; }
private:
/// See if the predicate type has a Switch-implementation for it.
static bool isSupportedPredicateType(const PredicateMatcher &Predicate);
bool candidateConditionMatches(const PredicateMatcher &Predicate) const;
/// emit()-helper
static void emitPredicateSpecificOpcodes(const PredicateMatcher &P,
MatchTable &Table);
};
/// Generates code to check that a match rule matches.
class RuleMatcher : public Matcher {
public:
using ActionList = std::list<std::unique_ptr<MatchAction>>;
using action_iterator = ActionList::iterator;
protected:
/// A list of matchers that all need to succeed for the current rule to match.
/// FIXME: This currently supports a single match position but could be
/// extended to support multiple positions to support div/rem fusion or
/// load-multiple instructions.
using MatchersTy = std::vector<std::unique_ptr<InstructionMatcher>> ;
MatchersTy Matchers;
/// A list of actions that need to be taken when all predicates in this rule
/// have succeeded.
ActionList Actions;
using DefinedInsnVariablesMap = std::map<InstructionMatcher *, unsigned>;
/// A map of instruction matchers to the local variables
DefinedInsnVariablesMap InsnVariableIDs;
using MutatableInsnSet = SmallPtrSet<InstructionMatcher *, 4>;
// The set of instruction matchers that have not yet been claimed for mutation
// by a BuildMI.
MutatableInsnSet MutatableInsns;
/// A map of named operands defined by the matchers that may be referenced by
/// the renderers.
StringMap<OperandMatcher *> DefinedOperands;
/// ID for the next instruction variable defined with implicitlyDefineInsnVar()
unsigned NextInsnVarID;
/// ID for the next output instruction allocated with allocateOutputInsnID()
unsigned NextOutputInsnID;
/// ID for the next temporary register ID allocated with allocateTempRegID()
unsigned NextTempRegID;
std::vector<Record *> RequiredFeatures;
std::vector<std::unique_ptr<PredicateMatcher>> EpilogueMatchers;
ArrayRef<SMLoc> SrcLoc;
typedef std::tuple<Record *, unsigned, unsigned>
DefinedComplexPatternSubOperand;
typedef StringMap<DefinedComplexPatternSubOperand>
DefinedComplexPatternSubOperandMap;
/// A map of Symbolic Names to ComplexPattern sub-operands.
DefinedComplexPatternSubOperandMap ComplexSubOperands;
uint64_t RuleID;
static uint64_t NextRuleID;
public:
RuleMatcher(ArrayRef<SMLoc> SrcLoc)
: Matchers(), Actions(), InsnVariableIDs(), MutatableInsns(),
DefinedOperands(), NextInsnVarID(0), NextOutputInsnID(0),
NextTempRegID(0), SrcLoc(SrcLoc), ComplexSubOperands(),
RuleID(NextRuleID++) {}
RuleMatcher(RuleMatcher &&Other) = default;
RuleMatcher &operator=(RuleMatcher &&Other) = default;
uint64_t getRuleID() const { return RuleID; }
InstructionMatcher &addInstructionMatcher(StringRef SymbolicName);
void addRequiredFeature(Record *Feature);
const std::vector<Record *> &getRequiredFeatures() const;
template <class Kind, class... Args> Kind &addAction(Args &&... args);
template <class Kind, class... Args>
action_iterator insertAction(action_iterator InsertPt, Args &&... args);
/// Define an instruction without emitting any code to do so.
unsigned implicitlyDefineInsnVar(InstructionMatcher &Matcher);
unsigned getInsnVarID(InstructionMatcher &InsnMatcher) const;
DefinedInsnVariablesMap::const_iterator defined_insn_vars_begin() const {
return InsnVariableIDs.begin();
}
DefinedInsnVariablesMap::const_iterator defined_insn_vars_end() const {
return InsnVariableIDs.end();
}
iterator_range<typename DefinedInsnVariablesMap::const_iterator>
defined_insn_vars() const {
return make_range(defined_insn_vars_begin(), defined_insn_vars_end());
}
MutatableInsnSet::const_iterator mutatable_insns_begin() const {
return MutatableInsns.begin();
}
MutatableInsnSet::const_iterator mutatable_insns_end() const {
return MutatableInsns.end();
}
iterator_range<typename MutatableInsnSet::const_iterator>
mutatable_insns() const {
return make_range(mutatable_insns_begin(), mutatable_insns_end());
}
void reserveInsnMatcherForMutation(InstructionMatcher *InsnMatcher) {
bool R = MutatableInsns.erase(InsnMatcher);
assert(R && "Reserving a mutatable insn that isn't available");
(void)R;
}
action_iterator actions_begin() { return Actions.begin(); }
action_iterator actions_end() { return Actions.end(); }
iterator_range<action_iterator> actions() {
return make_range(actions_begin(), actions_end());
}
void defineOperand(StringRef SymbolicName, OperandMatcher &OM);
void defineComplexSubOperand(StringRef SymbolicName, Record *ComplexPattern,
unsigned RendererID, unsigned SubOperandID) {
assert(ComplexSubOperands.count(SymbolicName) == 0 && "Already defined");
ComplexSubOperands[SymbolicName] =
std::make_tuple(ComplexPattern, RendererID, SubOperandID);
}
Optional<DefinedComplexPatternSubOperand>
getComplexSubOperand(StringRef SymbolicName) const {
const auto &I = ComplexSubOperands.find(SymbolicName);
if (I == ComplexSubOperands.end())
return None;
return I->second;
}
InstructionMatcher &getInstructionMatcher(StringRef SymbolicName) const;
const OperandMatcher &getOperandMatcher(StringRef Name) const;
void optimize() override;
void emit(MatchTable &Table) override;
/// Compare the priority of this object and B.
///
/// Returns true if this object is more important than B.
bool isHigherPriorityThan(const RuleMatcher &B) const;
/// Report the maximum number of temporary operands needed by the rule
/// matcher.
unsigned countRendererFns() const;
std::unique_ptr<PredicateMatcher> popFirstCondition() override;
const PredicateMatcher &getFirstCondition() const override;
LLTCodeGen getFirstConditionAsRootType();
bool hasFirstCondition() const override;
unsigned getNumOperands() const;
StringRef getOpcode() const;
// FIXME: Remove this as soon as possible
InstructionMatcher &insnmatchers_front() const { return *Matchers.front(); }
unsigned allocateOutputInsnID() { return NextOutputInsnID++; }
unsigned allocateTempRegID() { return NextTempRegID++; }
iterator_range<MatchersTy::iterator> insnmatchers() {
return make_range(Matchers.begin(), Matchers.end());
}
bool insnmatchers_empty() const { return Matchers.empty(); }
void insnmatchers_pop_front() { Matchers.erase(Matchers.begin()); }
};
uint64_t RuleMatcher::NextRuleID = 0;
using action_iterator = RuleMatcher::action_iterator;
template <class PredicateTy> class PredicateListMatcher {
private:
/// Template instantiations should specialize this to return a string to use
/// for the comment emitted when there are no predicates.
std::string getNoPredicateComment() const;
protected:
using PredicatesTy = std::deque<std::unique_ptr<PredicateTy>>;
PredicatesTy Predicates;
/// Track if the list of predicates was manipulated by one of the optimization
/// methods.
bool Optimized = false;
public:
/// Construct a new predicate and add it to the matcher.
template <class Kind, class... Args>
Optional<Kind *> addPredicate(Args &&... args);
typename PredicatesTy::iterator predicates_begin() {
return Predicates.begin();
}
typename PredicatesTy::iterator predicates_end() {
return Predicates.end();
}
iterator_range<typename PredicatesTy::iterator> predicates() {
return make_range(predicates_begin(), predicates_end());
}
typename PredicatesTy::size_type predicates_size() const {
return Predicates.size();
}
bool predicates_empty() const { return Predicates.empty(); }
std::unique_ptr<PredicateTy> predicates_pop_front() {
std::unique_ptr<PredicateTy> Front = std::move(Predicates.front());
Predicates.pop_front();
Optimized = true;
return Front;
}
void prependPredicate(std::unique_ptr<PredicateTy> &&Predicate) {
Predicates.push_front(std::move(Predicate));
}
void eraseNullPredicates() {
const auto NewEnd =
std::stable_partition(Predicates.begin(), Predicates.end(),
std::logical_not<std::unique_ptr<PredicateTy>>());
if (NewEnd != Predicates.begin()) {
Predicates.erase(Predicates.begin(), NewEnd);
Optimized = true;
}
}
/// Emit MatchTable opcodes that tests whether all the predicates are met.
template <class... Args>
void emitPredicateListOpcodes(MatchTable &Table, Args &&... args) {
if (Predicates.empty() && !Optimized) {
Table << MatchTable::Comment(getNoPredicateComment())
<< MatchTable::LineBreak;
return;
}
for (const auto &Predicate : predicates())
Predicate->emitPredicateOpcodes(Table, std::forward<Args>(args)...);
}
};
class PredicateMatcher {
public:
/// This enum is used for RTTI and also defines the priority that is given to
/// the predicate when generating the matcher code. Kinds with higher priority
/// must be tested first.
///
/// The relative priority of OPM_LLT, OPM_RegBank, and OPM_MBB do not matter
/// but OPM_Int must have priority over OPM_RegBank since constant integers
/// are represented by a virtual register defined by a G_CONSTANT instruction.
///
/// Note: The relative priority between IPM_ and OPM_ does not matter, they
/// are currently not compared between each other.
enum PredicateKind {
IPM_Opcode,
IPM_NumOperands,
IPM_ImmPredicate,
IPM_AtomicOrderingMMO,
IPM_MemoryLLTSize,
IPM_MemoryVsLLTSize,
IPM_GenericPredicate,
OPM_SameOperand,
OPM_ComplexPattern,
OPM_IntrinsicID,
OPM_Instruction,
OPM_Int,
OPM_LiteralInt,
OPM_LLT,
OPM_PointerToAny,
OPM_RegBank,
OPM_MBB,
};
protected:
PredicateKind Kind;
unsigned InsnVarID;
unsigned OpIdx;
public:
PredicateMatcher(PredicateKind Kind, unsigned InsnVarID, unsigned OpIdx = ~0)
: Kind(Kind), InsnVarID(InsnVarID), OpIdx(OpIdx) {}
unsigned getInsnVarID() const { return InsnVarID; }
unsigned getOpIdx() const { return OpIdx; }
virtual ~PredicateMatcher() = default;
/// Emit MatchTable opcodes that check the predicate for the given operand.
virtual void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const = 0;
PredicateKind getKind() const { return Kind; }
virtual bool isIdentical(const PredicateMatcher &B) const {
return B.getKind() == getKind() && InsnVarID == B.InsnVarID &&
OpIdx == B.OpIdx;
}
virtual bool isIdenticalDownToValue(const PredicateMatcher &B) const {
return hasValue() && PredicateMatcher::isIdentical(B);
}
virtual MatchTableRecord getValue() const {
assert(hasValue() && "Can not get a value of a value-less predicate!");
llvm_unreachable("Not implemented yet");
}
virtual bool hasValue() const { return false; }
/// Report the maximum number of temporary operands needed by the predicate
/// matcher.
virtual unsigned countRendererFns() const { return 0; }
};
/// Generates code to check a predicate of an operand.
///
/// Typical predicates include:
/// * Operand is a particular register.
/// * Operand is assigned a particular register bank.
/// * Operand is an MBB.
class OperandPredicateMatcher : public PredicateMatcher {
public:
OperandPredicateMatcher(PredicateKind Kind, unsigned InsnVarID,
unsigned OpIdx)
: PredicateMatcher(Kind, InsnVarID, OpIdx) {}
virtual ~OperandPredicateMatcher() {}
/// Compare the priority of this object and B.
///
/// Returns true if this object is more important than B.
virtual bool isHigherPriorityThan(const OperandPredicateMatcher &B) const;
};
template <>
std::string
PredicateListMatcher<OperandPredicateMatcher>::getNoPredicateComment() const {
return "No operand predicates";
}
/// Generates code to check that a register operand is defined by the same exact
/// one as another.
class SameOperandMatcher : public OperandPredicateMatcher {
std::string MatchingName;
public:
SameOperandMatcher(unsigned InsnVarID, unsigned OpIdx, StringRef MatchingName)
: OperandPredicateMatcher(OPM_SameOperand, InsnVarID, OpIdx),
MatchingName(MatchingName) {}
static bool classof(const PredicateMatcher *P) {
return P->getKind() == OPM_SameOperand;
}
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const override;
bool isIdentical(const PredicateMatcher &B) const override {
return OperandPredicateMatcher::isIdentical(B) &&
MatchingName == cast<SameOperandMatcher>(&B)->MatchingName;
}
};
/// Generates code to check that an operand is a particular LLT.
class LLTOperandMatcher : public OperandPredicateMatcher {
protected:
LLTCodeGen Ty;
public:
static std::map<LLTCodeGen, unsigned> TypeIDValues;
static void initTypeIDValuesMap() {
TypeIDValues.clear();
unsigned ID = 0;
for (const LLTCodeGen LLTy : KnownTypes)
TypeIDValues[LLTy] = ID++;
}
LLTOperandMatcher(unsigned InsnVarID, unsigned OpIdx, const LLTCodeGen &Ty)
: OperandPredicateMatcher(OPM_LLT, InsnVarID, OpIdx), Ty(Ty) {
KnownTypes.insert(Ty);
}
static bool classof(const PredicateMatcher *P) {
return P->getKind() == OPM_LLT;
}
bool isIdentical(const PredicateMatcher &B) const override {
return OperandPredicateMatcher::isIdentical(B) &&
Ty == cast<LLTOperandMatcher>(&B)->Ty;
}
MatchTableRecord getValue() const override {
const auto VI = TypeIDValues.find(Ty);
if (VI == TypeIDValues.end())
return MatchTable::NamedValue(getTy().getCxxEnumValue());
return MatchTable::NamedValue(getTy().getCxxEnumValue(), VI->second);
}
bool hasValue() const override {
if (TypeIDValues.size() != KnownTypes.size())
initTypeIDValuesMap();
return TypeIDValues.count(Ty);
}
LLTCodeGen getTy() const { return Ty; }
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIM_CheckType") << MatchTable::Comment("MI")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(InsnVarID) << MatchTable::Comment("Op")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(OpIdx) << MatchTable::Comment("Type")
<< getValue() << MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
std::map<LLTCodeGen, unsigned> LLTOperandMatcher::TypeIDValues;
/// Generates code to check that an operand is a pointer to any address space.
///
/// In SelectionDAG, the types did not describe pointers or address spaces. As a
/// result, iN is used to describe a pointer of N bits to any address space and
/// PatFrag predicates are typically used to constrain the address space. There's
/// no reliable means to derive the missing type information from the pattern so
/// imported rules must test the components of a pointer separately.
///
/// If SizeInBits is zero, then the pointer size will be obtained from the
/// subtarget.
class PointerToAnyOperandMatcher : public OperandPredicateMatcher {
protected:
unsigned SizeInBits;
public:
PointerToAnyOperandMatcher(unsigned InsnVarID, unsigned OpIdx,
unsigned SizeInBits)
: OperandPredicateMatcher(OPM_PointerToAny, InsnVarID, OpIdx),
SizeInBits(SizeInBits) {}
static bool classof(const OperandPredicateMatcher *P) {
return P->getKind() == OPM_PointerToAny;
}
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIM_CheckPointerToAny")
<< MatchTable::Comment("MI") << MatchTable::IntValue(InsnVarID)
<< MatchTable::Comment("Op") << MatchTable::IntValue(OpIdx)
<< MatchTable::Comment("SizeInBits")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(SizeInBits) << MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// Generates code to check that an operand is a particular target constant.
class ComplexPatternOperandMatcher : public OperandPredicateMatcher {
protected:
const OperandMatcher &Operand;
const Record &TheDef;
unsigned getAllocatedTemporariesBaseID() const;
public:
bool isIdentical(const PredicateMatcher &B) const override { return false; }
ComplexPatternOperandMatcher(unsigned InsnVarID, unsigned OpIdx,
const OperandMatcher &Operand,
const Record &TheDef)
: OperandPredicateMatcher(OPM_ComplexPattern, InsnVarID, OpIdx),
Operand(Operand), TheDef(TheDef) {}
static bool classof(const PredicateMatcher *P) {
return P->getKind() == OPM_ComplexPattern;
}
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
unsigned ID = getAllocatedTemporariesBaseID();
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIM_CheckComplexPattern")
<< MatchTable::Comment("MI") << MatchTable::IntValue(InsnVarID)
<< MatchTable::Comment("Op") << MatchTable::IntValue(OpIdx)
<< MatchTable::Comment("Renderer") << MatchTable::IntValue(ID)
<< MatchTable::NamedValue(("GICP_" + TheDef.getName()).str())
<< MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
unsigned countRendererFns() const override {
return 1;
}
};
/// Generates code to check that an operand is in a particular register bank.
class RegisterBankOperandMatcher : public OperandPredicateMatcher {
protected:
const CodeGenRegisterClass &RC;
public:
RegisterBankOperandMatcher(unsigned InsnVarID, unsigned OpIdx,
const CodeGenRegisterClass &RC)
: OperandPredicateMatcher(OPM_RegBank, InsnVarID, OpIdx), RC(RC) {}
bool isIdentical(const PredicateMatcher &B) const override {
return OperandPredicateMatcher::isIdentical(B) &&
RC.getDef() == cast<RegisterBankOperandMatcher>(&B)->RC.getDef();
}
static bool classof(const PredicateMatcher *P) {
return P->getKind() == OPM_RegBank;
}
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIM_CheckRegBankForClass")
<< MatchTable::Comment("MI") << MatchTable::IntValue(InsnVarID)
<< MatchTable::Comment("Op") << MatchTable::IntValue(OpIdx)
<< MatchTable::Comment("RC")
<< MatchTable::NamedValue(RC.getQualifiedName() + "RegClassID")
<< MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// Generates code to check that an operand is a basic block.
class MBBOperandMatcher : public OperandPredicateMatcher {
public:
MBBOperandMatcher(unsigned InsnVarID, unsigned OpIdx)
: OperandPredicateMatcher(OPM_MBB, InsnVarID, OpIdx) {}
static bool classof(const PredicateMatcher *P) {
return P->getKind() == OPM_MBB;
}
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIM_CheckIsMBB") << MatchTable::Comment("MI")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(InsnVarID) << MatchTable::Comment("Op")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(OpIdx) << MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// Generates code to check that an operand is a G_CONSTANT with a particular
/// int.
class ConstantIntOperandMatcher : public OperandPredicateMatcher {
protected:
int64_t Value;
public:
ConstantIntOperandMatcher(unsigned InsnVarID, unsigned OpIdx, int64_t Value)
: OperandPredicateMatcher(OPM_Int, InsnVarID, OpIdx), Value(Value) {}
bool isIdentical(const PredicateMatcher &B) const override {
return OperandPredicateMatcher::isIdentical(B) &&
Value == cast<ConstantIntOperandMatcher>(&B)->Value;
}
static bool classof(const PredicateMatcher *P) {
return P->getKind() == OPM_Int;
}
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIM_CheckConstantInt")
<< MatchTable::Comment("MI") << MatchTable::IntValue(InsnVarID)
<< MatchTable::Comment("Op") << MatchTable::IntValue(OpIdx)
<< MatchTable::IntValue(Value) << MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// Generates code to check that an operand is a raw int (where MO.isImm() or
/// MO.isCImm() is true).
class LiteralIntOperandMatcher : public OperandPredicateMatcher {
protected:
int64_t Value;
public:
LiteralIntOperandMatcher(unsigned InsnVarID, unsigned OpIdx, int64_t Value)
: OperandPredicateMatcher(OPM_LiteralInt, InsnVarID, OpIdx),
Value(Value) {}
bool isIdentical(const PredicateMatcher &B) const override {
return OperandPredicateMatcher::isIdentical(B) &&
Value == cast<LiteralIntOperandMatcher>(&B)->Value;
}
static bool classof(const PredicateMatcher *P) {
return P->getKind() == OPM_LiteralInt;
}
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIM_CheckLiteralInt")
<< MatchTable::Comment("MI") << MatchTable::IntValue(InsnVarID)
<< MatchTable::Comment("Op") << MatchTable::IntValue(OpIdx)
<< MatchTable::IntValue(Value) << MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// Generates code to check that an operand is an intrinsic ID.
class IntrinsicIDOperandMatcher : public OperandPredicateMatcher {
protected:
const CodeGenIntrinsic *II;
public:
IntrinsicIDOperandMatcher(unsigned InsnVarID, unsigned OpIdx,
const CodeGenIntrinsic *II)
: OperandPredicateMatcher(OPM_IntrinsicID, InsnVarID, OpIdx), II(II) {}
bool isIdentical(const PredicateMatcher &B) const override {
return OperandPredicateMatcher::isIdentical(B) &&
II == cast<IntrinsicIDOperandMatcher>(&B)->II;
}
static bool classof(const PredicateMatcher *P) {
return P->getKind() == OPM_IntrinsicID;
}
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIM_CheckIntrinsicID")
<< MatchTable::Comment("MI") << MatchTable::IntValue(InsnVarID)
<< MatchTable::Comment("Op") << MatchTable::IntValue(OpIdx)
<< MatchTable::NamedValue("Intrinsic::" + II->EnumName)
<< MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// Generates code to check that a set of predicates match for a particular
/// operand.
class OperandMatcher : public PredicateListMatcher<OperandPredicateMatcher> {
protected:
InstructionMatcher &Insn;
unsigned OpIdx;
std::string SymbolicName;
/// The index of the first temporary variable allocated to this operand. The
/// number of allocated temporaries can be found with
/// countRendererFns().
unsigned AllocatedTemporariesBaseID;
public:
OperandMatcher(InstructionMatcher &Insn, unsigned OpIdx,
const std::string &SymbolicName,
unsigned AllocatedTemporariesBaseID)
: Insn(Insn), OpIdx(OpIdx), SymbolicName(SymbolicName),
AllocatedTemporariesBaseID(AllocatedTemporariesBaseID) {}
bool hasSymbolicName() const { return !SymbolicName.empty(); }
const StringRef getSymbolicName() const { return SymbolicName; }
void setSymbolicName(StringRef Name) {
assert(SymbolicName.empty() && "Operand already has a symbolic name");
SymbolicName = Name;
}
/// Construct a new operand predicate and add it to the matcher.
template <class Kind, class... Args>
Optional<Kind *> addPredicate(Args &&... args) {
if (isSameAsAnotherOperand())
return None;
Predicates.emplace_back(llvm::make_unique<Kind>(
getInsnVarID(), getOpIdx(), std::forward<Args>(args)...));
return static_cast<Kind *>(Predicates.back().get());
}
unsigned getOpIdx() const { return OpIdx; }
unsigned getInsnVarID() const;
std::string getOperandExpr(unsigned InsnVarID) const {
return "State.MIs[" + llvm::to_string(InsnVarID) + "]->getOperand(" +
llvm::to_string(OpIdx) + ")";
}
InstructionMatcher &getInstructionMatcher() const { return Insn; }
Error addTypeCheckPredicate(const TypeSetByHwMode &VTy,
bool OperandIsAPointer);
/// Emit MatchTable opcodes that test whether the instruction named in
/// InsnVarID matches all the predicates and all the operands.
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table, RuleMatcher &Rule) {
if (!Optimized) {
std::string Comment;
raw_string_ostream CommentOS(Comment);
CommentOS << "MIs[" << getInsnVarID() << "] ";
if (SymbolicName.empty())
CommentOS << "Operand " << OpIdx;
else
CommentOS << SymbolicName;
Table << MatchTable::Comment(CommentOS.str()) << MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
emitPredicateListOpcodes(Table, Rule);
}
/// Compare the priority of this object and B.
///
/// Returns true if this object is more important than B.
bool isHigherPriorityThan(OperandMatcher &B) {
// Operand matchers involving more predicates have higher priority.
if (predicates_size() > B.predicates_size())
return true;
if (predicates_size() < B.predicates_size())
return false;
// This assumes that predicates are added in a consistent order.
for (auto &&Predicate : zip(predicates(), B.predicates())) {
if (std::get<0>(Predicate)->isHigherPriorityThan(*std::get<1>(Predicate)))
return true;
if (std::get<1>(Predicate)->isHigherPriorityThan(*std::get<0>(Predicate)))
return false;
}
return false;
};
/// Report the maximum number of temporary operands needed by the operand
/// matcher.
unsigned countRendererFns() {
return std::accumulate(
predicates().begin(), predicates().end(), 0,
[](unsigned A,
const std::unique_ptr<OperandPredicateMatcher> &Predicate) {
return A + Predicate->countRendererFns();
});
}
unsigned getAllocatedTemporariesBaseID() const {
return AllocatedTemporariesBaseID;
}
bool isSameAsAnotherOperand() {
for (const auto &Predicate : predicates())
if (isa<SameOperandMatcher>(Predicate))
return true;
return false;
}
};
Error OperandMatcher::addTypeCheckPredicate(const TypeSetByHwMode &VTy,
bool OperandIsAPointer) {
if (!VTy.isMachineValueType())
return failedImport("unsupported typeset");
if (VTy.getMachineValueType() == MVT::iPTR && OperandIsAPointer) {
addPredicate<PointerToAnyOperandMatcher>(0);
return Error::success();
}
auto OpTyOrNone = MVTToLLT(VTy.getMachineValueType().SimpleTy);
if (!OpTyOrNone)
return failedImport("unsupported type");
if (OperandIsAPointer)
addPredicate<PointerToAnyOperandMatcher>(OpTyOrNone->get().getSizeInBits());
else
addPredicate<LLTOperandMatcher>(*OpTyOrNone);
return Error::success();
}
unsigned ComplexPatternOperandMatcher::getAllocatedTemporariesBaseID() const {
return Operand.getAllocatedTemporariesBaseID();
}
/// Generates code to check a predicate on an instruction.
///
/// Typical predicates include:
/// * The opcode of the instruction is a particular value.
/// * The nsw/nuw flag is/isn't set.
class InstructionPredicateMatcher : public PredicateMatcher {
public:
InstructionPredicateMatcher(PredicateKind Kind, unsigned InsnVarID)
: PredicateMatcher(Kind, InsnVarID) {}
virtual ~InstructionPredicateMatcher() {}
/// Compare the priority of this object and B.
///
/// Returns true if this object is more important than B.
virtual bool
isHigherPriorityThan(const InstructionPredicateMatcher &B) const {
return Kind < B.Kind;
};
};
template <>
std::string
PredicateListMatcher<PredicateMatcher>::getNoPredicateComment() const {
return "No instruction predicates";
}
/// Generates code to check the opcode of an instruction.
class InstructionOpcodeMatcher : public InstructionPredicateMatcher {
protected:
const CodeGenInstruction *I;
static DenseMap<const CodeGenInstruction *, unsigned> OpcodeValues;
public:
static void initOpcodeValuesMap(const CodeGenTarget &Target) {
OpcodeValues.clear();
unsigned OpcodeValue = 0;
for (const CodeGenInstruction *I : Target.getInstructionsByEnumValue())
OpcodeValues[I] = OpcodeValue++;
}
InstructionOpcodeMatcher(unsigned InsnVarID, const CodeGenInstruction *I)
: InstructionPredicateMatcher(IPM_Opcode, InsnVarID), I(I) {}
static bool classof(const PredicateMatcher *P) {
return P->getKind() == IPM_Opcode;
}
bool isIdentical(const PredicateMatcher &B) const override {
return InstructionPredicateMatcher::isIdentical(B) &&
I == cast<InstructionOpcodeMatcher>(&B)->I;
}
MatchTableRecord getValue() const override {
const auto VI = OpcodeValues.find(I);
if (VI != OpcodeValues.end())
return MatchTable::NamedValue(I->Namespace, I->TheDef->getName(),
VI->second);
return MatchTable::NamedValue(I->Namespace, I->TheDef->getName());
}
bool hasValue() const override { return OpcodeValues.count(I); }
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIM_CheckOpcode") << MatchTable::Comment("MI")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(InsnVarID) << getValue()
<< MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
/// Compare the priority of this object and B.
///
/// Returns true if this object is more important than B.
bool
isHigherPriorityThan(const InstructionPredicateMatcher &B) const override {
if (InstructionPredicateMatcher::isHigherPriorityThan(B))
return true;
if (B.InstructionPredicateMatcher::isHigherPriorityThan(*this))
return false;
// Prioritize opcodes for cosmetic reasons in the generated source. Although
// this is cosmetic at the moment, we may want to drive a similar ordering
// using instruction frequency information to improve compile time.
if (const InstructionOpcodeMatcher *BO =
dyn_cast<InstructionOpcodeMatcher>(&B))
return I->TheDef->getName() < BO->I->TheDef->getName();
return false;
};
bool isConstantInstruction() const {
return I->TheDef->getName() == "G_CONSTANT";
}
StringRef getOpcode() const { return I->TheDef->getName(); }
unsigned getNumOperands() const { return I->Operands.size(); }
StringRef getOperandType(unsigned OpIdx) const {
return I->Operands[OpIdx].OperandType;
}
};
DenseMap<const CodeGenInstruction *, unsigned>
InstructionOpcodeMatcher::OpcodeValues;
class InstructionNumOperandsMatcher final : public InstructionPredicateMatcher {
unsigned NumOperands = 0;
public:
InstructionNumOperandsMatcher(unsigned InsnVarID, unsigned NumOperands)
: InstructionPredicateMatcher(IPM_NumOperands, InsnVarID),
NumOperands(NumOperands) {}
static bool classof(const PredicateMatcher *P) {
return P->getKind() == IPM_NumOperands;
}
bool isIdentical(const PredicateMatcher &B) const override {
return InstructionPredicateMatcher::isIdentical(B) &&
NumOperands == cast<InstructionNumOperandsMatcher>(&B)->NumOperands;
}
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIM_CheckNumOperands")
<< MatchTable::Comment("MI") << MatchTable::IntValue(InsnVarID)
<< MatchTable::Comment("Expected")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(NumOperands) << MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// Generates code to check that this instruction is a constant whose value
/// meets an immediate predicate.
///
/// Immediates are slightly odd since they are typically used like an operand
/// but are represented as an operator internally. We typically write simm8:$src
/// in a tablegen pattern, but this is just syntactic sugar for
/// (imm:i32)<<P:Predicate_simm8>>:$imm which more directly describes the nodes
/// that will be matched and the predicate (which is attached to the imm
/// operator) that will be tested. In SelectionDAG this describes a
/// ConstantSDNode whose internal value will be tested using the simm8 predicate.
///
/// The corresponding GlobalISel representation is %1 = G_CONSTANT iN Value. In
/// this representation, the immediate could be tested with an
/// InstructionMatcher, InstructionOpcodeMatcher, OperandMatcher, and a
/// OperandPredicateMatcher-subclass to check the Value meets the predicate but
/// there are two implementation issues with producing that matcher
/// configuration from the SelectionDAG pattern:
/// * ImmLeaf is a PatFrag whose root is an InstructionMatcher. This means that
/// were we to sink the immediate predicate to the operand we would have to
/// have two partial implementations of PatFrag support, one for immediates
/// and one for non-immediates.
/// * At the point we handle the predicate, the OperandMatcher hasn't been
/// created yet. If we were to sink the predicate to the OperandMatcher we
/// would also have to complicate (or duplicate) the code that descends and
/// creates matchers for the subtree.
/// Overall, it's simpler to handle it in the place it was found.
class InstructionImmPredicateMatcher : public InstructionPredicateMatcher {
protected:
TreePredicateFn Predicate;
public:
InstructionImmPredicateMatcher(unsigned InsnVarID,
const TreePredicateFn &Predicate)
: InstructionPredicateMatcher(IPM_ImmPredicate, InsnVarID),
Predicate(Predicate) {}
bool isIdentical(const PredicateMatcher &B) const override {
return InstructionPredicateMatcher::isIdentical(B) &&
Predicate.getOrigPatFragRecord() ==
cast<InstructionImmPredicateMatcher>(&B)
->Predicate.getOrigPatFragRecord();
}
static bool classof(const PredicateMatcher *P) {
return P->getKind() == IPM_ImmPredicate;
}
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
Table << MatchTable::Opcode(getMatchOpcodeForPredicate(Predicate))
<< MatchTable::Comment("MI") << MatchTable::IntValue(InsnVarID)
<< MatchTable::Comment("Predicate")
<< MatchTable::NamedValue(getEnumNameForPredicate(Predicate))
<< MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// Generates code to check that a memory instruction has a atomic ordering
/// MachineMemoryOperand.
class AtomicOrderingMMOPredicateMatcher : public InstructionPredicateMatcher {
public:
enum AOComparator {
AO_Exactly,
AO_OrStronger,
AO_WeakerThan,
};
protected:
StringRef Order;
AOComparator Comparator;
public:
AtomicOrderingMMOPredicateMatcher(unsigned InsnVarID, StringRef Order,
AOComparator Comparator = AO_Exactly)
: InstructionPredicateMatcher(IPM_AtomicOrderingMMO, InsnVarID),
Order(Order), Comparator(Comparator) {}
static bool classof(const PredicateMatcher *P) {
return P->getKind() == IPM_AtomicOrderingMMO;
}
bool isIdentical(const PredicateMatcher &B) const override {
if (!InstructionPredicateMatcher::isIdentical(B))
return false;
const auto &R = *cast<AtomicOrderingMMOPredicateMatcher>(&B);
return Order == R.Order && Comparator == R.Comparator;
}
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
StringRef Opcode = "GIM_CheckAtomicOrdering";
if (Comparator == AO_OrStronger)
Opcode = "GIM_CheckAtomicOrderingOrStrongerThan";
if (Comparator == AO_WeakerThan)
Opcode = "GIM_CheckAtomicOrderingWeakerThan";
Table << MatchTable::Opcode(Opcode) << MatchTable::Comment("MI")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(InsnVarID) << MatchTable::Comment("Order")
<< MatchTable::NamedValue(("(int64_t)AtomicOrdering::" + Order).str())
<< MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// Generates code to check that the size of an MMO is exactly N bytes.
class MemorySizePredicateMatcher : public InstructionPredicateMatcher {
protected:
unsigned MMOIdx;
uint64_t Size;
public:
MemorySizePredicateMatcher(unsigned InsnVarID, unsigned MMOIdx, unsigned Size)
: InstructionPredicateMatcher(IPM_MemoryLLTSize, InsnVarID),
MMOIdx(MMOIdx), Size(Size) {}
static bool classof(const PredicateMatcher *P) {
return P->getKind() == IPM_MemoryLLTSize;
}
bool isIdentical(const PredicateMatcher &B) const override {
return InstructionPredicateMatcher::isIdentical(B) &&
MMOIdx == cast<MemorySizePredicateMatcher>(&B)->MMOIdx &&
Size == cast<MemorySizePredicateMatcher>(&B)->Size;
}
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIM_CheckMemorySizeEqualTo")
<< MatchTable::Comment("MI") << MatchTable::IntValue(InsnVarID)
<< MatchTable::Comment("MMO") << MatchTable::IntValue(MMOIdx)
<< MatchTable::Comment("Size") << MatchTable::IntValue(Size)
<< MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// Generates code to check that the size of an MMO is less-than, equal-to, or
/// greater than a given LLT.
class MemoryVsLLTSizePredicateMatcher : public InstructionPredicateMatcher {
public:
enum RelationKind {
GreaterThan,
EqualTo,
LessThan,
};
protected:
unsigned MMOIdx;
RelationKind Relation;
unsigned OpIdx;
public:
MemoryVsLLTSizePredicateMatcher(unsigned InsnVarID, unsigned MMOIdx,
enum RelationKind Relation,
unsigned OpIdx)
: InstructionPredicateMatcher(IPM_MemoryVsLLTSize, InsnVarID),
MMOIdx(MMOIdx), Relation(Relation), OpIdx(OpIdx) {}
static bool classof(const PredicateMatcher *P) {
return P->getKind() == IPM_MemoryVsLLTSize;
}
bool isIdentical(const PredicateMatcher &B) const override {
return InstructionPredicateMatcher::isIdentical(B) &&
MMOIdx == cast<MemoryVsLLTSizePredicateMatcher>(&B)->MMOIdx &&
Relation == cast<MemoryVsLLTSizePredicateMatcher>(&B)->Relation &&
OpIdx == cast<MemoryVsLLTSizePredicateMatcher>(&B)->OpIdx;
}
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
Table << MatchTable::Opcode(Relation == EqualTo
? "GIM_CheckMemorySizeEqualToLLT"
: Relation == GreaterThan
? "GIM_CheckMemorySizeGreaterThanLLT"
: "GIM_CheckMemorySizeLessThanLLT")
<< MatchTable::Comment("MI") << MatchTable::IntValue(InsnVarID)
<< MatchTable::Comment("MMO") << MatchTable::IntValue(MMOIdx)
<< MatchTable::Comment("OpIdx") << MatchTable::IntValue(OpIdx)
<< MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// Generates code to check an arbitrary C++ instruction predicate.
class GenericInstructionPredicateMatcher : public InstructionPredicateMatcher {
protected:
TreePredicateFn Predicate;
public:
GenericInstructionPredicateMatcher(unsigned InsnVarID,
TreePredicateFn Predicate)
: InstructionPredicateMatcher(IPM_GenericPredicate, InsnVarID),
Predicate(Predicate) {}
static bool classof(const InstructionPredicateMatcher *P) {
return P->getKind() == IPM_GenericPredicate;
}
bool isIdentical(const PredicateMatcher &B) const override {
return InstructionPredicateMatcher::isIdentical(B) &&
Predicate ==
static_cast<const GenericInstructionPredicateMatcher &>(B)
.Predicate;
}
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIM_CheckCxxInsnPredicate")
<< MatchTable::Comment("MI") << MatchTable::IntValue(InsnVarID)
<< MatchTable::Comment("FnId")
<< MatchTable::NamedValue(getEnumNameForPredicate(Predicate))
<< MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// Generates code to check that a set of predicates and operands match for a
/// particular instruction.
///
/// Typical predicates include:
/// * Has a specific opcode.
/// * Has an nsw/nuw flag or doesn't.
class InstructionMatcher final : public PredicateListMatcher<PredicateMatcher> {
protected:
typedef std::vector<std::unique_ptr<OperandMatcher>> OperandVec;
RuleMatcher &Rule;
/// The operands to match. All rendered operands must be present even if the
/// condition is always true.
OperandVec Operands;
bool NumOperandsCheck = true;
std::string SymbolicName;
unsigned InsnVarID;
public:
InstructionMatcher(RuleMatcher &Rule, StringRef SymbolicName)
: Rule(Rule), SymbolicName(SymbolicName) {
// We create a new instruction matcher.
// Get a new ID for that instruction.
InsnVarID = Rule.implicitlyDefineInsnVar(*this);
}
/// Construct a new instruction predicate and add it to the matcher.
template <class Kind, class... Args>
Optional<Kind *> addPredicate(Args &&... args) {
Predicates.emplace_back(
llvm::make_unique<Kind>(getInsnVarID(), std::forward<Args>(args)...));
return static_cast<Kind *>(Predicates.back().get());
}
RuleMatcher &getRuleMatcher() const { return Rule; }
unsigned getInsnVarID() const { return InsnVarID; }
/// Add an operand to the matcher.
OperandMatcher &addOperand(unsigned OpIdx, const std::string &SymbolicName,
unsigned AllocatedTemporariesBaseID) {
Operands.emplace_back(new OperandMatcher(*this, OpIdx, SymbolicName,
AllocatedTemporariesBaseID));
if (!SymbolicName.empty())
Rule.defineOperand(SymbolicName, *Operands.back());
return *Operands.back();
}
OperandMatcher &getOperand(unsigned OpIdx) {
auto I = std::find_if(Operands.begin(), Operands.end(),
[&OpIdx](const std::unique_ptr<OperandMatcher> &X) {
return X->getOpIdx() == OpIdx;
});
if (I != Operands.end())
return **I;
llvm_unreachable("Failed to lookup operand");
}
StringRef getSymbolicName() const { return SymbolicName; }
unsigned getNumOperands() const { return Operands.size(); }
OperandVec::iterator operands_begin() { return Operands.begin(); }
OperandVec::iterator operands_end() { return Operands.end(); }
iterator_range<OperandVec::iterator> operands() {
return make_range(operands_begin(), operands_end());
}
OperandVec::const_iterator operands_begin() const { return Operands.begin(); }
OperandVec::const_iterator operands_end() const { return Operands.end(); }
iterator_range<OperandVec::const_iterator> operands() const {
return make_range(operands_begin(), operands_end());
}
bool operands_empty() const { return Operands.empty(); }
void pop_front() { Operands.erase(Operands.begin()); }
void optimize();
/// Emit MatchTable opcodes that test whether the instruction named in
/// InsnVarName matches all the predicates and all the operands.
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table, RuleMatcher &Rule) {
if (NumOperandsCheck)
InstructionNumOperandsMatcher(InsnVarID, getNumOperands())
.emitPredicateOpcodes(Table, Rule);
emitPredicateListOpcodes(Table, Rule);
for (const auto &Operand : Operands)
Operand->emitPredicateOpcodes(Table, Rule);
}
/// Compare the priority of this object and B.
///
/// Returns true if this object is more important than B.
bool isHigherPriorityThan(InstructionMatcher &B) {
// Instruction matchers involving more operands have higher priority.
if (Operands.size() > B.Operands.size())
return true;
if (Operands.size() < B.Operands.size())
return false;
for (auto &&P : zip(predicates(), B.predicates())) {
auto L = static_cast<InstructionPredicateMatcher *>(std::get<0>(P).get());
auto R = static_cast<InstructionPredicateMatcher *>(std::get<1>(P).get());
if (L->isHigherPriorityThan(*R))
return true;
if (R->isHigherPriorityThan(*L))
return false;
}
for (const auto &Operand : zip(Operands, B.Operands)) {
if (std::get<0>(Operand)->isHigherPriorityThan(*std::get<1>(Operand)))
return true;
if (std::get<1>(Operand)->isHigherPriorityThan(*std::get<0>(Operand)))
return false;
}
return false;
};
/// Report the maximum number of temporary operands needed by the instruction
/// matcher.
unsigned countRendererFns() {
return std::accumulate(
predicates().begin(), predicates().end(), 0,
[](unsigned A,
const std::unique_ptr<PredicateMatcher> &Predicate) {
return A + Predicate->countRendererFns();
}) +
std::accumulate(
Operands.begin(), Operands.end(), 0,
[](unsigned A, const std::unique_ptr<OperandMatcher> &Operand) {
return A + Operand->countRendererFns();
});
}
InstructionOpcodeMatcher &getOpcodeMatcher() {
for (auto &P : predicates())
if (auto *OpMatcher = dyn_cast<InstructionOpcodeMatcher>(P.get()))
return *OpMatcher;
llvm_unreachable("Didn't find an opcode matcher");
}
bool isConstantInstruction() {
return getOpcodeMatcher().isConstantInstruction();
}
StringRef getOpcode() { return getOpcodeMatcher().getOpcode(); }
};
StringRef RuleMatcher::getOpcode() const {
return Matchers.front()->getOpcode();
}
unsigned RuleMatcher::getNumOperands() const {
return Matchers.front()->getNumOperands();
}
LLTCodeGen RuleMatcher::getFirstConditionAsRootType() {
InstructionMatcher &InsnMatcher = *Matchers.front();
if (!InsnMatcher.predicates_empty())
if (const auto *TM =
dyn_cast<LLTOperandMatcher>(&**InsnMatcher.predicates_begin()))
if (TM->getInsnVarID() == 0 && TM->getOpIdx() == 0)
return TM->getTy();
return {};
}
/// Generates code to check that the operand is a register defined by an
/// instruction that matches the given instruction matcher.
///
/// For example, the pattern:
/// (set $dst, (G_MUL (G_ADD $src1, $src2), $src3))
/// would use an InstructionOperandMatcher for operand 1 of the G_MUL to match
/// the:
/// (G_ADD $src1, $src2)
/// subpattern.
class InstructionOperandMatcher : public OperandPredicateMatcher {
protected:
std::unique_ptr<InstructionMatcher> InsnMatcher;
public:
InstructionOperandMatcher(unsigned InsnVarID, unsigned OpIdx,
RuleMatcher &Rule, StringRef SymbolicName)
: OperandPredicateMatcher(OPM_Instruction, InsnVarID, OpIdx),
InsnMatcher(new InstructionMatcher(Rule, SymbolicName)) {}
static bool classof(const PredicateMatcher *P) {
return P->getKind() == OPM_Instruction;
}
InstructionMatcher &getInsnMatcher() const { return *InsnMatcher; }
void emitCaptureOpcodes(MatchTable &Table, RuleMatcher &Rule) const {
const unsigned NewInsnVarID = InsnMatcher->getInsnVarID();
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIM_RecordInsn")
<< MatchTable::Comment("DefineMI")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(NewInsnVarID) << MatchTable::Comment("MI")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(getInsnVarID())
<< MatchTable::Comment("OpIdx") << MatchTable::IntValue(getOpIdx())
<< MatchTable::Comment("MIs[" + llvm::to_string(NewInsnVarID) + "]")
<< MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
void emitPredicateOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
emitCaptureOpcodes(Table, Rule);
InsnMatcher->emitPredicateOpcodes(Table, Rule);
}
bool isHigherPriorityThan(const OperandPredicateMatcher &B) const override {
if (OperandPredicateMatcher::isHigherPriorityThan(B))
return true;
if (B.OperandPredicateMatcher::isHigherPriorityThan(*this))
return false;
if (const InstructionOperandMatcher *BP =
dyn_cast<InstructionOperandMatcher>(&B))
if (InsnMatcher->isHigherPriorityThan(*BP->InsnMatcher))
return true;
return false;
}
};
void InstructionMatcher::optimize() {
SmallVector<std::unique_ptr<PredicateMatcher>, 8> Stash;
const auto &OpcMatcher = getOpcodeMatcher();
Stash.push_back(predicates_pop_front());
if (Stash.back().get() == &OpcMatcher) {
if (NumOperandsCheck && OpcMatcher.getNumOperands() < getNumOperands())
Stash.emplace_back(
new InstructionNumOperandsMatcher(InsnVarID, getNumOperands()));
NumOperandsCheck = false;
for (auto &OM : Operands)
for (auto &OP : OM->predicates())
if (isa<IntrinsicIDOperandMatcher>(OP)) {
Stash.push_back(std::move(OP));
OM->eraseNullPredicates();
break;
}
}
if (InsnVarID > 0) {
assert(!Operands.empty() && "Nested instruction is expected to def a vreg");
for (auto &OP : Operands[0]->predicates())
OP.reset();
Operands[0]->eraseNullPredicates();
}
for (auto &OM : Operands) {
for (auto &OP : OM->predicates())
if (isa<LLTOperandMatcher>(OP))
Stash.push_back(std::move(OP));
OM->eraseNullPredicates();
}
while (!Stash.empty())
prependPredicate(Stash.pop_back_val());
}
//===- Actions ------------------------------------------------------------===//
class OperandRenderer {
public:
enum RendererKind {
OR_Copy,
OR_CopyOrAddZeroReg,
OR_CopySubReg,
OR_CopyConstantAsImm,
OR_CopyFConstantAsFPImm,
OR_Imm,
OR_Register,
OR_TempRegister,
OR_ComplexPattern,
OR_Custom
};
protected:
RendererKind Kind;
public:
OperandRenderer(RendererKind Kind) : Kind(Kind) {}
virtual ~OperandRenderer() {}
RendererKind getKind() const { return Kind; }
virtual void emitRenderOpcodes(MatchTable &Table,
RuleMatcher &Rule) const = 0;
};
/// A CopyRenderer emits code to copy a single operand from an existing
/// instruction to the one being built.
class CopyRenderer : public OperandRenderer {
protected:
unsigned NewInsnID;
/// The name of the operand.
const StringRef SymbolicName;
public:
CopyRenderer(unsigned NewInsnID, StringRef SymbolicName)
: OperandRenderer(OR_Copy), NewInsnID(NewInsnID),
SymbolicName(SymbolicName) {
assert(!SymbolicName.empty() && "Cannot copy from an unspecified source");
}
static bool classof(const OperandRenderer *R) {
return R->getKind() == OR_Copy;
}
const StringRef getSymbolicName() const { return SymbolicName; }
void emitRenderOpcodes(MatchTable &Table, RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
const OperandMatcher &Operand = Rule.getOperandMatcher(SymbolicName);
unsigned OldInsnVarID = Rule.getInsnVarID(Operand.getInstructionMatcher());
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIR_Copy") << MatchTable::Comment("NewInsnID")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(NewInsnID) << MatchTable::Comment("OldInsnID")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(OldInsnVarID) << MatchTable::Comment("OpIdx")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(Operand.getOpIdx())
<< MatchTable::Comment(SymbolicName) << MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// A CopyOrAddZeroRegRenderer emits code to copy a single operand from an
/// existing instruction to the one being built. If the operand turns out to be
/// a 'G_CONSTANT 0' then it replaces the operand with a zero register.
class CopyOrAddZeroRegRenderer : public OperandRenderer {
protected:
unsigned NewInsnID;
/// The name of the operand.
const StringRef SymbolicName;
const Record *ZeroRegisterDef;
public:
CopyOrAddZeroRegRenderer(unsigned NewInsnID,
StringRef SymbolicName, Record *ZeroRegisterDef)
: OperandRenderer(OR_CopyOrAddZeroReg), NewInsnID(NewInsnID),
SymbolicName(SymbolicName), ZeroRegisterDef(ZeroRegisterDef) {
assert(!SymbolicName.empty() && "Cannot copy from an unspecified source");
}
static bool classof(const OperandRenderer *R) {
return R->getKind() == OR_CopyOrAddZeroReg;
}
const StringRef getSymbolicName() const { return SymbolicName; }
void emitRenderOpcodes(MatchTable &Table, RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
const OperandMatcher &Operand = Rule.getOperandMatcher(SymbolicName);
unsigned OldInsnVarID = Rule.getInsnVarID(Operand.getInstructionMatcher());
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIR_CopyOrAddZeroReg")
<< MatchTable::Comment("NewInsnID") << MatchTable::IntValue(NewInsnID)
<< MatchTable::Comment("OldInsnID")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(OldInsnVarID) << MatchTable::Comment("OpIdx")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(Operand.getOpIdx())
<< MatchTable::NamedValue(
(ZeroRegisterDef->getValue("Namespace")
? ZeroRegisterDef->getValueAsString("Namespace")
: ""),
ZeroRegisterDef->getName())
<< MatchTable::Comment(SymbolicName) << MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// A CopyConstantAsImmRenderer emits code to render a G_CONSTANT instruction to
/// an extended immediate operand.
class CopyConstantAsImmRenderer : public OperandRenderer {
protected:
unsigned NewInsnID;
/// The name of the operand.
const std::string SymbolicName;
bool Signed;
public:
CopyConstantAsImmRenderer(unsigned NewInsnID, StringRef SymbolicName)
: OperandRenderer(OR_CopyConstantAsImm), NewInsnID(NewInsnID),
SymbolicName(SymbolicName), Signed(true) {}
static bool classof(const OperandRenderer *R) {
return R->getKind() == OR_CopyConstantAsImm;
}
const StringRef getSymbolicName() const { return SymbolicName; }
void emitRenderOpcodes(MatchTable &Table, RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
InstructionMatcher &InsnMatcher = Rule.getInstructionMatcher(SymbolicName);
unsigned OldInsnVarID = Rule.getInsnVarID(InsnMatcher);
Table << MatchTable::Opcode(Signed ? "GIR_CopyConstantAsSImm"
: "GIR_CopyConstantAsUImm")
<< MatchTable::Comment("NewInsnID") << MatchTable::IntValue(NewInsnID)
<< MatchTable::Comment("OldInsnID")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(OldInsnVarID)
<< MatchTable::Comment(SymbolicName) << MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// A CopyFConstantAsFPImmRenderer emits code to render a G_FCONSTANT
/// instruction to an extended immediate operand.
class CopyFConstantAsFPImmRenderer : public OperandRenderer {
protected:
unsigned NewInsnID;
/// The name of the operand.
const std::string SymbolicName;
public:
CopyFConstantAsFPImmRenderer(unsigned NewInsnID, StringRef SymbolicName)
: OperandRenderer(OR_CopyFConstantAsFPImm), NewInsnID(NewInsnID),
SymbolicName(SymbolicName) {}
static bool classof(const OperandRenderer *R) {
return R->getKind() == OR_CopyFConstantAsFPImm;
}
const StringRef getSymbolicName() const { return SymbolicName; }
void emitRenderOpcodes(MatchTable &Table, RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
InstructionMatcher &InsnMatcher = Rule.getInstructionMatcher(SymbolicName);
unsigned OldInsnVarID = Rule.getInsnVarID(InsnMatcher);
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIR_CopyFConstantAsFPImm")
<< MatchTable::Comment("NewInsnID") << MatchTable::IntValue(NewInsnID)
<< MatchTable::Comment("OldInsnID")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(OldInsnVarID)
<< MatchTable::Comment(SymbolicName) << MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// A CopySubRegRenderer emits code to copy a single register operand from an
/// existing instruction to the one being built and indicate that only a
/// subregister should be copied.
class CopySubRegRenderer : public OperandRenderer {
protected:
unsigned NewInsnID;
/// The name of the operand.
const StringRef SymbolicName;
/// The subregister to extract.
const CodeGenSubRegIndex *SubReg;
public:
CopySubRegRenderer(unsigned NewInsnID, StringRef SymbolicName,
const CodeGenSubRegIndex *SubReg)
: OperandRenderer(OR_CopySubReg), NewInsnID(NewInsnID),
SymbolicName(SymbolicName), SubReg(SubReg) {}
static bool classof(const OperandRenderer *R) {
return R->getKind() == OR_CopySubReg;
}
const StringRef getSymbolicName() const { return SymbolicName; }
void emitRenderOpcodes(MatchTable &Table, RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
const OperandMatcher &Operand = Rule.getOperandMatcher(SymbolicName);
unsigned OldInsnVarID = Rule.getInsnVarID(Operand.getInstructionMatcher());
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIR_CopySubReg")
<< MatchTable::Comment("NewInsnID") << MatchTable::IntValue(NewInsnID)
<< MatchTable::Comment("OldInsnID")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(OldInsnVarID) << MatchTable::Comment("OpIdx")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(Operand.getOpIdx())
<< MatchTable::Comment("SubRegIdx")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(SubReg->EnumValue)
<< MatchTable::Comment(SymbolicName) << MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// Adds a specific physical register to the instruction being built.
/// This is typically useful for WZR/XZR on AArch64.
class AddRegisterRenderer : public OperandRenderer {
protected:
unsigned InsnID;
const Record *RegisterDef;
public:
AddRegisterRenderer(unsigned InsnID, const Record *RegisterDef)
: OperandRenderer(OR_Register), InsnID(InsnID), RegisterDef(RegisterDef) {
}
static bool classof(const OperandRenderer *R) {
return R->getKind() == OR_Register;
}
void emitRenderOpcodes(MatchTable &Table, RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIR_AddRegister")
<< MatchTable::Comment("InsnID") << MatchTable::IntValue(InsnID)
<< MatchTable::NamedValue(
(RegisterDef->getValue("Namespace")
? RegisterDef->getValueAsString("Namespace")
: ""),
RegisterDef->getName())
<< MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// Adds a specific temporary virtual register to the instruction being built.
/// This is used to chain instructions together when emitting multiple
/// instructions.
class TempRegRenderer : public OperandRenderer {
protected:
unsigned InsnID;
unsigned TempRegID;
bool IsDef;
public:
TempRegRenderer(unsigned InsnID, unsigned TempRegID, bool IsDef = false)
: OperandRenderer(OR_Register), InsnID(InsnID), TempRegID(TempRegID),
IsDef(IsDef) {}
static bool classof(const OperandRenderer *R) {
return R->getKind() == OR_TempRegister;
}
void emitRenderOpcodes(MatchTable &Table, RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIR_AddTempRegister")
<< MatchTable::Comment("InsnID") << MatchTable::IntValue(InsnID)
<< MatchTable::Comment("TempRegID") << MatchTable::IntValue(TempRegID)
<< MatchTable::Comment("TempRegFlags");
if (IsDef)
Table << MatchTable::NamedValue("RegState::Define");
else
Table << MatchTable::IntValue(0);
Table << MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// Adds a specific immediate to the instruction being built.
class ImmRenderer : public OperandRenderer {
protected:
unsigned InsnID;
int64_t Imm;
public:
ImmRenderer(unsigned InsnID, int64_t Imm)
: OperandRenderer(OR_Imm), InsnID(InsnID), Imm(Imm) {}
static bool classof(const OperandRenderer *R) {
return R->getKind() == OR_Imm;
}
void emitRenderOpcodes(MatchTable &Table, RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
Table << MatchTable::Opcode("GIR_AddImm") << MatchTable::Comment("InsnID")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(InsnID) << MatchTable::Comment("Imm")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(Imm) << MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
/// Adds operands by calling a renderer function supplied by the ComplexPattern
/// matcher function.
class RenderComplexPatternOperand : public OperandRenderer {
private:
unsigned InsnID;
const Record &TheDef;
/// The name of the operand.
const StringRef SymbolicName;
/// The renderer number. This must be unique within a rule since it's used to
/// identify a temporary variable to hold the renderer function.
unsigned RendererID;
/// When provided, this is the suboperand of the ComplexPattern operand to
/// render. Otherwise all the suboperands will be rendered.
Optional<unsigned> SubOperand;
unsigned getNumOperands() const {
return TheDef.getValueAsDag("Operands")->getNumArgs();
}
public:
RenderComplexPatternOperand(unsigned InsnID, const Record &TheDef,
StringRef SymbolicName, unsigned RendererID,
Optional<unsigned> SubOperand = None)
: OperandRenderer(OR_ComplexPattern), InsnID(InsnID), TheDef(TheDef),
SymbolicName(SymbolicName), RendererID(RendererID),
SubOperand(SubOperand) {}
static bool classof(const OperandRenderer *R) {
return R->getKind() == OR_ComplexPattern;
}
void emitRenderOpcodes(MatchTable &Table, RuleMatcher &Rule) const override {
Table << MatchTable::Opcode(SubOperand.hasValue() ? "GIR_ComplexSubOperandRenderer"
: "GIR_ComplexRenderer")
<< MatchTable::Comment("InsnID") << MatchTable::IntValue(InsnID)
<< MatchTable::Comment("RendererID")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(RendererID);
if (SubOperand.hasValue())
Table << MatchTable::Comment("SubOperand")
<< MatchTable::IntValue(SubOperand.getValue());
Table << MatchTable::Comment(SymbolicName) << MatchTable::LineBreak;
}
};
class CustomRenderer : public OperandRenderer {
protected:
unsigned InsnID;
const Record &Renderer;
/// The name of the operand.
const std::string SymbolicName;
public:
CustomRenderer(unsigned InsnID, const Record &Renderer,
StringRef SymbolicName)
: OperandRenderer(OR_Custom), InsnID(InsnID), Renderer(Renderer),
SymbolicName(SymbolicName) {}
static bool classof(const OperandRenderer *R) {