blob: 642039817f392603fc72389772a71705c1c15b74 [file] [log] [blame]
//===-- Passes.h - Target independent code generation passes ----*- C++ -*-===//
// The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
// This file was developed by the LLVM research group and is distributed under
// the University of Illinois Open Source License. See LICENSE.TXT for details.
// This file defines interfaces to access the target independent code generation
// passes provided by the LLVM backend.
#include <iosfwd>
#include <string>
namespace llvm {
class FunctionPass;
class PassInfo;
class TargetMachine;
/// createUnreachableBlockEliminationPass - The LLVM code generator does not
/// work well with unreachable basic blocks (what live ranges make sense for a
/// block that cannot be reached?). As such, a code generator should either
/// not instruction select unreachable blocks, or it can run this pass as it's
/// last LLVM modifying pass to clean up blocks that are not reachable from
/// the entry block.
FunctionPass *createUnreachableBlockEliminationPass();
/// MachineFunctionPrinter pass - This pass prints out the machine function to
/// standard error, as a debugging tool.
FunctionPass *createMachineFunctionPrinterPass(std::ostream *OS,
const std::string &Banner ="");
/// PHIElimination pass - This pass eliminates machine instruction PHI nodes
/// by inserting copy instructions. This destroys SSA information, but is the
/// desired input for some register allocators. This pass is "required" by
/// these register allocator like this: AU.addRequiredID(PHIEliminationID);
extern const PassInfo *PHIEliminationID;
/// TwoAddressInstruction pass - This pass reduces two-address instructions to
/// use two operands. This destroys SSA information but it is desired by
/// register allocators.
extern const PassInfo *TwoAddressInstructionPassID;
/// Creates a register allocator as the user specified on the command line.
FunctionPass *createRegisterAllocator();
/// SimpleRegisterAllocation Pass - This pass converts the input machine code
/// from SSA form to use explicit registers by spilling every register. Wow,
/// great policy huh?
FunctionPass *createSimpleRegisterAllocator();
/// LocalRegisterAllocation Pass - This pass register allocates the input code
/// a basic block at a time, yielding code better than the simple register
/// allocator, but not as good as a global allocator.
FunctionPass *createLocalRegisterAllocator();
/// LinearScanRegisterAllocation Pass - This pass implements the linear scan
/// register allocation algorithm, a global register allocator.
FunctionPass *createLinearScanRegisterAllocator();
/// PrologEpilogCodeInserter Pass - This pass inserts prolog and epilog code,
/// and eliminates abstract frame references.
FunctionPass *createPrologEpilogCodeInserter();
/// BranchFolding Pass - This pass performs machine code CFG based
/// optimizations to delete branches to branches, eliminate branches to
/// successor blocks (creating fall throughs), and eliminating branches over
/// branches.
FunctionPass *createBranchFoldingPass();
/// MachineCodeDeletion Pass - This pass deletes all of the machine code for
/// the current function, which should happen after the function has been
/// emitted to a .s file or to memory.
FunctionPass *createMachineCodeDeleter();
/// getRegisterAllocator - This creates an instance of the register allocator
/// for the Sparc.
FunctionPass *getRegisterAllocator(TargetMachine &T);
//createModuloSchedulingPass - Creates the Swing Modulo Scheduling Pass
FunctionPass *createModuloSchedulingPass(TargetMachine & targ);
//createModuloSchedulingPass - Creates the Swing Modulo Scheduling Pass
FunctionPass *createModuloSchedulingSBPass(TargetMachine & targ);
} // End llvm namespace