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//===- CodeGenInstruction.h - Instruction Class Wrapper ---------*- C++ -*-===//
// The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
// This file is distributed under the University of Illinois Open Source
// License. See LICENSE.TXT for details.
// This file defines a wrapper class for the 'Instruction' TableGen class.
#include "llvm/CodeGen/ValueTypes.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/StringRef.h"
#include "llvm/Support/SourceMgr.h"
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include <utility>
namespace llvm {
class Record;
class DagInit;
class CodeGenTarget;
class StringRef;
class CGIOperandList {
class ConstraintInfo {
enum { None, EarlyClobber, Tied } Kind;
unsigned OtherTiedOperand;
ConstraintInfo() : Kind(None) {}
static ConstraintInfo getEarlyClobber() {
ConstraintInfo I;
I.Kind = EarlyClobber;
I.OtherTiedOperand = 0;
return I;
static ConstraintInfo getTied(unsigned Op) {
ConstraintInfo I;
I.Kind = Tied;
I.OtherTiedOperand = Op;
return I;
bool isNone() const { return Kind == None; }
bool isEarlyClobber() const { return Kind == EarlyClobber; }
bool isTied() const { return Kind == Tied; }
unsigned getTiedOperand() const {
return OtherTiedOperand;
/// OperandInfo - The information we keep track of for each operand in the
/// operand list for a tablegen instruction.
struct OperandInfo {
/// Rec - The definition this operand is declared as.
Record *Rec;
/// Name - If this operand was assigned a symbolic name, this is it,
/// otherwise, it's empty.
std::string Name;
/// PrinterMethodName - The method used to print operands of this type in
/// the asmprinter.
std::string PrinterMethodName;
/// EncoderMethodName - The method used to get the machine operand value
/// for binary encoding. "getMachineOpValue" by default.
std::string EncoderMethodName;
/// OperandType - A value from MCOI::OperandType representing the type of
/// the operand.
std::string OperandType;
/// MIOperandNo - Currently (this is meant to be phased out), some logical
/// operands correspond to multiple MachineInstr operands. In the X86
/// target for example, one address operand is represented as 4
/// MachineOperands. Because of this, the operand number in the
/// OperandList may not match the MachineInstr operand num. Until it
/// does, this contains the MI operand index of this operand.
unsigned MIOperandNo;
unsigned MINumOperands; // The number of operands.
/// DoNotEncode - Bools are set to true in this vector for each operand in
/// the DisableEncoding list. These should not be emitted by the code
/// emitter.
std::vector<bool> DoNotEncode;
/// MIOperandInfo - Default MI operand type. Note an operand may be made
/// up of multiple MI operands.
DagInit *MIOperandInfo;
/// Constraint info for this operand. This operand can have pieces, so we
/// track constraint info for each.
std::vector<ConstraintInfo> Constraints;
OperandInfo(Record *R, const std::string &N, const std::string &PMN,
const std::string &EMN, const std::string &OT, unsigned MION,
unsigned MINO, DagInit *MIOI)
: Rec(R), Name(N), PrinterMethodName(PMN), EncoderMethodName(EMN),
OperandType(OT), MIOperandNo(MION), MINumOperands(MINO),
MIOperandInfo(MIOI) {}
/// getTiedOperand - If this operand is tied to another one, return the
/// other operand number. Otherwise, return -1.
int getTiedRegister() const {
for (unsigned j = 0, e = Constraints.size(); j != e; ++j) {
const CGIOperandList::ConstraintInfo &CI = Constraints[j];
if (CI.isTied()) return CI.getTiedOperand();
return -1;
CGIOperandList(Record *D);
Record *TheDef; // The actual record containing this OperandList.
/// NumDefs - Number of def operands declared, this is the number of
/// elements in the instruction's (outs) list.
unsigned NumDefs;
/// OperandList - The list of declared operands, along with their declared
/// type (which is a record).
std::vector<OperandInfo> OperandList;
// Information gleaned from the operand list.
bool isPredicable;
bool hasOptionalDef;
bool isVariadic;
// Provide transparent accessors to the operand list.
bool empty() const { return OperandList.empty(); }
unsigned size() const { return OperandList.size(); }
const OperandInfo &operator[](unsigned i) const { return OperandList[i]; }
OperandInfo &operator[](unsigned i) { return OperandList[i]; }
OperandInfo &back() { return OperandList.back(); }
const OperandInfo &back() const { return OperandList.back(); }
/// getOperandNamed - Return the index of the operand with the specified
/// non-empty name. If the instruction does not have an operand with the
/// specified name, throw an exception.
unsigned getOperandNamed(StringRef Name) const;
/// hasOperandNamed - Query whether the instruction has an operand of the
/// given name. If so, return true and set OpIdx to the index of the
/// operand. Otherwise, return false.
bool hasOperandNamed(StringRef Name, unsigned &OpIdx) const;
/// ParseOperandName - Parse an operand name like "$foo" or "$",
/// where $foo is a whole operand and $ refers to a suboperand.
/// This throws an exception if the name is invalid. If AllowWholeOp is
/// true, references to operands with suboperands are allowed, otherwise
/// not.
std::pair<unsigned,unsigned> ParseOperandName(const std::string &Op,
bool AllowWholeOp = true);
/// getFlattenedOperandNumber - Flatten a operand/suboperand pair into a
/// flat machineinstr operand #.
unsigned getFlattenedOperandNumber(std::pair<unsigned,unsigned> Op) const {
return OperandList[Op.first].MIOperandNo + Op.second;
/// getSubOperandNumber - Unflatten a operand number into an
/// operand/suboperand pair.
std::pair<unsigned,unsigned> getSubOperandNumber(unsigned Op) const {
for (unsigned i = 0; ; ++i) {
assert(i < OperandList.size() && "Invalid flat operand #");
if (OperandList[i].MIOperandNo+OperandList[i].MINumOperands > Op)
return std::make_pair(i, Op-OperandList[i].MIOperandNo);
/// isFlatOperandNotEmitted - Return true if the specified flat operand #
/// should not be emitted with the code emitter.
bool isFlatOperandNotEmitted(unsigned FlatOpNo) const {
std::pair<unsigned,unsigned> Op = getSubOperandNumber(FlatOpNo);
if (OperandList[Op.first].DoNotEncode.size() > Op.second)
return OperandList[Op.first].DoNotEncode[Op.second];
return false;
void ProcessDisableEncoding(std::string Value);
class CodeGenInstruction {
Record *TheDef; // The actual record defining this instruction.
std::string Namespace; // The namespace the instruction is in.
/// AsmString - The format string used to emit a .s file for the
/// instruction.
std::string AsmString;
/// Operands - This is information about the (ins) and (outs) list specified
/// to the instruction.
CGIOperandList Operands;
/// ImplicitDefs/ImplicitUses - These are lists of registers that are
/// implicitly defined and used by the instruction.
std::vector<Record*> ImplicitDefs, ImplicitUses;
// Various boolean values we track for the instruction.
bool isReturn;
bool isBranch;
bool isIndirectBranch;
bool isCompare;
bool isMoveImm;
bool isBitcast;
bool isBarrier;
bool isCall;
bool canFoldAsLoad;
bool mayLoad, mayStore;
bool isPredicable;
bool isConvertibleToThreeAddress;
bool isCommutable;
bool isTerminator;
bool isReMaterializable;
bool hasDelaySlot;
bool usesCustomInserter;
bool hasPostISelHook;
bool hasCtrlDep;
bool isNotDuplicable;
bool hasSideEffects;
bool neverHasSideEffects;
bool isAsCheapAsAMove;
bool hasExtraSrcRegAllocReq;
bool hasExtraDefRegAllocReq;
bool isCodeGenOnly;
bool isPseudo;
CodeGenInstruction(Record *R);
/// HasOneImplicitDefWithKnownVT - If the instruction has at least one
/// implicit def and it has a known VT, return the VT, otherwise return
/// MVT::Other.
HasOneImplicitDefWithKnownVT(const CodeGenTarget &TargetInfo) const;
/// FlattenAsmStringVariants - Flatten the specified AsmString to only
/// include text from the specified variant, returning the new string.
static std::string FlattenAsmStringVariants(StringRef AsmString,
unsigned Variant);
/// CodeGenInstAlias - This represents an InstAlias definition.
class CodeGenInstAlias {
Record *TheDef; // The actual record defining this InstAlias.
/// AsmString - The format string used to emit a .s file for the
/// instruction.
std::string AsmString;
/// Result - The result instruction.
DagInit *Result;
/// ResultInst - The instruction generated by the alias (decoded from
/// Result).
CodeGenInstruction *ResultInst;
struct ResultOperand {
StringRef Name;
Record *R;
int64_t Imm;
enum {
} Kind;
ResultOperand(StringRef N, Record *r) : Name(N), R(r), Kind(K_Record) {}
ResultOperand(int64_t I) : Imm(I), Kind(K_Imm) {}
ResultOperand(Record *r) : R(r), Kind(K_Reg) {}
bool isRecord() const { return Kind == K_Record; }
bool isImm() const { return Kind == K_Imm; }
bool isReg() const { return Kind == K_Reg; }
StringRef getName() const { assert(isRecord()); return Name; }
Record *getRecord() const { assert(isRecord()); return R; }
int64_t getImm() const { assert(isImm()); return Imm; }
Record *getRegister() const { assert(isReg()); return R; }
/// ResultOperands - The decoded operands for the result instruction.
std::vector<ResultOperand> ResultOperands;
/// ResultInstOperandIndex - For each operand, this vector holds a pair of
/// indices to identify the corresponding operand in the result
/// instruction. The first index specifies the operand and the second
/// index specifies the suboperand. If there are no suboperands or if all
/// of them are matched by the operand, the second value should be -1.
std::vector<std::pair<unsigned, int> > ResultInstOperandIndex;
CodeGenInstAlias(Record *R, CodeGenTarget &T);
bool tryAliasOpMatch(DagInit *Result, unsigned AliasOpNo,
Record *InstOpRec, bool hasSubOps, SMLoc Loc,
CodeGenTarget &T, ResultOperand &ResOp);