blob: 5377eb3e28483690ff1b56662eb10e052b95b705 [file] [log] [blame]
/* Optimize jump instructions, for GNU compiler.
Copyright (C) 1987, 88, 89, 91-97, 1998 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GNU CC.
GNU CC is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
any later version.
GNU CC is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with GNU CC; see the file COPYING. If not, write to
the Free Software Foundation, 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA. */
/* This is the jump-optimization pass of the compiler.
It is run two or three times: once before cse, sometimes once after cse,
and once after reload (before final).
jump_optimize deletes unreachable code and labels that are not used.
It also deletes jumps that jump to the following insn,
and simplifies jumps around unconditional jumps and jumps
to unconditional jumps.
Each CODE_LABEL has a count of the times it is used
stored in the LABEL_NUSES internal field, and each JUMP_INSN
has one label that it refers to stored in the
JUMP_LABEL internal field. With this we can detect labels that
become unused because of the deletion of all the jumps that
formerly used them. The JUMP_LABEL info is sometimes looked
at by later passes.
Optionally, cross-jumping can be done. Currently it is done
only the last time (when after reload and before final).
In fact, the code for cross-jumping now assumes that register
allocation has been done, since it uses `rtx_renumbered_equal_p'.
Jump optimization is done after cse when cse's constant-propagation
causes jumps to become unconditional or to be deleted.
Unreachable loops are not detected here, because the labels
have references and the insns appear reachable from the labels.
find_basic_blocks in flow.c finds and deletes such loops.
The subroutines delete_insn, redirect_jump, and invert_jump are used
from other passes as well. */
#include "config.h"
#include <stdio.h>
#include "rtl.h"
#include "flags.h"
#include "hard-reg-set.h"
#include "regs.h"
#include "insn-config.h"
#include "insn-flags.h"
#include "recog.h"
#include "expr.h"
#include "real.h"
#include "except.h"
/* ??? Eventually must record somehow the labels used by jumps
from nested functions. */
/* Pre-record the next or previous real insn for each label?
No, this pass is very fast anyway. */
/* Condense consecutive labels?
This would make life analysis faster, maybe. */
/* Optimize jump y; x: ... y: jumpif... x?
Don't know if it is worth bothering with. */
/* Optimize two cases of conditional jump to conditional jump?
This can never delete any instruction or make anything dead,
or even change what is live at any point.
So perhaps let combiner do it. */
/* Vector indexed by uid.
For each CODE_LABEL, index by its uid to get first unconditional jump
that jumps to the label.
For each JUMP_INSN, index by its uid to get the next unconditional jump
that jumps to the same label.
Element 0 is the start of a chain of all return insns.
(It is safe to use element 0 because insn uid 0 is not used. */
static rtx *jump_chain;
/* List of labels referred to from initializers.
These can never be deleted. */
rtx forced_labels;
/* Maximum index in jump_chain. */
static int max_jump_chain;
/* Set nonzero by jump_optimize if control can fall through
to the end of the function. */
int can_reach_end;
/* Indicates whether death notes are significant in cross jump analysis.
Normally they are not significant, because of A and B jump to C,
and R dies in A, it must die in B. But this might not be true after
stack register conversion, and we must compare death notes in that
case. */
static int cross_jump_death_matters = 0;
static int duplicate_loop_exit_test PROTO((rtx));
static void find_cross_jump PROTO((rtx, rtx, int, rtx *, rtx *));
static void do_cross_jump PROTO((rtx, rtx, rtx));
static int jump_back_p PROTO((rtx, rtx));
static int tension_vector_labels PROTO((rtx, int));
static void mark_jump_label PROTO((rtx, rtx, int));
static void delete_computation PROTO((rtx));
static void delete_from_jump_chain PROTO((rtx));
static int delete_labelref_insn PROTO((rtx, rtx, int));
static void redirect_tablejump PROTO((rtx, rtx));
static rtx find_insert_position PROTO((rtx, rtx));
/* Delete no-op jumps and optimize jumps to jumps
and jumps around jumps.
Delete unused labels and unreachable code.
If CROSS_JUMP is 1, detect matching code
before a jump and its destination and unify them.
If CROSS_JUMP is 2, do cross-jumping, but pay attention to death notes.
If NOOP_MOVES is nonzero, delete no-op move insns.
If AFTER_REGSCAN is nonzero, then this jump pass is being run immediately
after regscan, and it is safe to use regno_first_uid and regno_last_uid.
If `optimize' is zero, don't change any code,
just determine whether control drops off the end of the function.
This case occurs when we have -W and not -O.
It works because `delete_insn' checks the value of `optimize'
and refrains from actually deleting when that is 0. */
void
jump_optimize (f, cross_jump, noop_moves, after_regscan)
rtx f;
int cross_jump;
int noop_moves;
int after_regscan;
{
register rtx insn, next, note;
int changed;
int first = 1;
int max_uid = 0;
rtx last_insn;
cross_jump_death_matters = (cross_jump == 2);
/* Initialize LABEL_NUSES and JUMP_LABEL fields. Delete any REG_LABEL
notes whose labels don't occur in the insn any more. */
for (insn = f; insn; insn = NEXT_INSN (insn))
{
if (GET_CODE (insn) == CODE_LABEL)
LABEL_NUSES (insn) = (LABEL_PRESERVE_P (insn) != 0);
else if (GET_CODE (insn) == JUMP_INSN)
JUMP_LABEL (insn) = 0;
else if (GET_CODE (insn) == INSN || GET_CODE (insn) == CALL_INSN)
for (note = REG_NOTES (insn); note; note = next)
{
next = XEXP (note, 1);
if (REG_NOTE_KIND (note) == REG_LABEL
&& ! reg_mentioned_p (XEXP (note, 0), PATTERN (insn)))
remove_note (insn, note);
}
if (INSN_UID (insn) > max_uid)
max_uid = INSN_UID (insn);
}
max_uid++;
/* Delete insns following barriers, up to next label. */
for (insn = f; insn;)
{
if (GET_CODE (insn) == BARRIER)
{
insn = NEXT_INSN (insn);
while (insn != 0 && GET_CODE (insn) != CODE_LABEL)
{
if (GET_CODE (insn) == NOTE
&& NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) != NOTE_INSN_FUNCTION_END)
insn = NEXT_INSN (insn);
else
insn = delete_insn (insn);
}
/* INSN is now the code_label. */
}
else
insn = NEXT_INSN (insn);
}
/* Leave some extra room for labels and duplicate exit test insns
we make. */
max_jump_chain = max_uid * 14 / 10;
jump_chain = (rtx *) alloca (max_jump_chain * sizeof (rtx));
bzero ((char *) jump_chain, max_jump_chain * sizeof (rtx));
/* Mark the label each jump jumps to.
Combine consecutive labels, and count uses of labels.
For each label, make a chain (using `jump_chain')
of all the *unconditional* jumps that jump to it;
also make a chain of all returns. */
for (insn = f; insn; insn = NEXT_INSN (insn))
if (GET_RTX_CLASS (GET_CODE (insn)) == 'i'
&& ! INSN_DELETED_P (insn))
{
mark_jump_label (PATTERN (insn), insn, cross_jump);
if (GET_CODE (insn) == JUMP_INSN)
{
if (JUMP_LABEL (insn) != 0 && simplejump_p (insn))
{
jump_chain[INSN_UID (insn)]
= jump_chain[INSN_UID (JUMP_LABEL (insn))];
jump_chain[INSN_UID (JUMP_LABEL (insn))] = insn;
}
if (GET_CODE (PATTERN (insn)) == RETURN)
{
jump_chain[INSN_UID (insn)] = jump_chain[0];
jump_chain[0] = insn;
}
}
}
/* Keep track of labels used from static data;
they cannot ever be deleted. */
for (insn = forced_labels; insn; insn = XEXP (insn, 1))
LABEL_NUSES (XEXP (insn, 0))++;
check_exception_handler_labels ();
/* Keep track of labels used for marking handlers for exception
regions; they cannot usually be deleted. */
for (insn = exception_handler_labels; insn; insn = XEXP (insn, 1))
LABEL_NUSES (XEXP (insn, 0))++;
exception_optimize ();
/* Delete all labels already not referenced.
Also find the last insn. */
last_insn = 0;
for (insn = f; insn; )
{
if (GET_CODE (insn) == CODE_LABEL && LABEL_NUSES (insn) == 0)
insn = delete_insn (insn);
else
{
last_insn = insn;
insn = NEXT_INSN (insn);
}
}
if (!optimize)
{
/* See if there is still a NOTE_INSN_FUNCTION_END in this function.
If so record that this function can drop off the end. */
insn = last_insn;
{
int n_labels = 1;
while (insn
/* One label can follow the end-note: the return label. */
&& ((GET_CODE (insn) == CODE_LABEL && n_labels-- > 0)
/* Ordinary insns can follow it if returning a structure. */
|| GET_CODE (insn) == INSN
/* If machine uses explicit RETURN insns, no epilogue,
then one of them follows the note. */
|| (GET_CODE (insn) == JUMP_INSN
&& GET_CODE (PATTERN (insn)) == RETURN)
/* A barrier can follow the return insn. */
|| GET_CODE (insn) == BARRIER
/* Other kinds of notes can follow also. */
|| (GET_CODE (insn) == NOTE
&& NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) != NOTE_INSN_FUNCTION_END)))
insn = PREV_INSN (insn);
}
/* Report if control can fall through at the end of the function. */
if (insn && GET_CODE (insn) == NOTE
&& NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) == NOTE_INSN_FUNCTION_END
&& ! INSN_DELETED_P (insn))
can_reach_end = 1;
/* Zero the "deleted" flag of all the "deleted" insns. */
for (insn = f; insn; insn = NEXT_INSN (insn))
INSN_DELETED_P (insn) = 0;
return;
}
#ifdef HAVE_return
if (HAVE_return)
{
/* If we fall through to the epilogue, see if we can insert a RETURN insn
in front of it. If the machine allows it at this point (we might be
after reload for a leaf routine), it will improve optimization for it
to be there. */
insn = get_last_insn ();
while (insn && GET_CODE (insn) == NOTE)
insn = PREV_INSN (insn);
if (insn && GET_CODE (insn) != BARRIER)
{
emit_jump_insn (gen_return ());
emit_barrier ();
}
}
#endif
if (noop_moves)
for (insn = f; insn; )
{
next = NEXT_INSN (insn);
if (GET_CODE (insn) == INSN)
{
register rtx body = PATTERN (insn);
/* Combine stack_adjusts with following push_insns. */
#ifdef PUSH_ROUNDING
if (GET_CODE (body) == SET
&& SET_DEST (body) == stack_pointer_rtx
&& GET_CODE (SET_SRC (body)) == PLUS
&& XEXP (SET_SRC (body), 0) == stack_pointer_rtx
&& GET_CODE (XEXP (SET_SRC (body), 1)) == CONST_INT
&& INTVAL (XEXP (SET_SRC (body), 1)) > 0)
{
rtx p;
rtx stack_adjust_insn = insn;
int stack_adjust_amount = INTVAL (XEXP (SET_SRC (body), 1));
int total_pushed = 0;
int pushes = 0;
/* Find all successive push insns. */
p = insn;
/* Don't convert more than three pushes;
that starts adding too many displaced addresses
and the whole thing starts becoming a losing
proposition. */
while (pushes < 3)
{
rtx pbody, dest;
p = next_nonnote_insn (p);
if (p == 0 || GET_CODE (p) != INSN)
break;
pbody = PATTERN (p);
if (GET_CODE (pbody) != SET)
break;
dest = SET_DEST (pbody);
/* Allow a no-op move between the adjust and the push. */
if (GET_CODE (dest) == REG
&& GET_CODE (SET_SRC (pbody)) == REG
&& REGNO (dest) == REGNO (SET_SRC (pbody)))
continue;
if (! (GET_CODE (dest) == MEM
&& GET_CODE (XEXP (dest, 0)) == POST_INC
&& XEXP (XEXP (dest, 0), 0) == stack_pointer_rtx))
break;
pushes++;
if (total_pushed + GET_MODE_SIZE (GET_MODE (SET_DEST (pbody)))
> stack_adjust_amount)
break;
total_pushed += GET_MODE_SIZE (GET_MODE (SET_DEST (pbody)));
}
/* Discard the amount pushed from the stack adjust;
maybe eliminate it entirely. */
if (total_pushed >= stack_adjust_amount)
{
delete_computation (stack_adjust_insn);
total_pushed = stack_adjust_amount;
}
else
XEXP (SET_SRC (PATTERN (stack_adjust_insn)), 1)
= GEN_INT (stack_adjust_amount - total_pushed);
/* Change the appropriate push insns to ordinary stores. */
p = insn;
while (total_pushed > 0)
{
rtx pbody, dest;
p = next_nonnote_insn (p);
if (GET_CODE (p) != INSN)
break;
pbody = PATTERN (p);
if (GET_CODE (pbody) == SET)
break;
dest = SET_DEST (pbody);
if (! (GET_CODE (dest) == MEM
&& GET_CODE (XEXP (dest, 0)) == POST_INC
&& XEXP (XEXP (dest, 0), 0) == stack_pointer_rtx))
break;
total_pushed -= GET_MODE_SIZE (GET_MODE (SET_DEST (pbody)));
/* If this push doesn't fully fit in the space
of the stack adjust that we deleted,
make another stack adjust here for what we
didn't use up. There should be peepholes
to recognize the resulting sequence of insns. */
if (total_pushed < 0)
{
emit_insn_before (gen_add2_insn (stack_pointer_rtx,
GEN_INT (- total_pushed)),
p);
break;
}
XEXP (dest, 0)
= plus_constant (stack_pointer_rtx, total_pushed);
}
}
#endif
/* Detect and delete no-op move instructions
resulting from not allocating a parameter in a register. */
if (GET_CODE (body) == SET
&& (SET_DEST (body) == SET_SRC (body)
|| (GET_CODE (SET_DEST (body)) == MEM
&& GET_CODE (SET_SRC (body)) == MEM
&& rtx_equal_p (SET_SRC (body), SET_DEST (body))))
&& ! (GET_CODE (SET_DEST (body)) == MEM
&& MEM_VOLATILE_P (SET_DEST (body)))
&& ! (GET_CODE (SET_SRC (body)) == MEM
&& MEM_VOLATILE_P (SET_SRC (body))))
delete_computation (insn);
/* Detect and ignore no-op move instructions
resulting from smart or fortuitous register allocation. */
else if (GET_CODE (body) == SET)
{
int sreg = true_regnum (SET_SRC (body));
int dreg = true_regnum (SET_DEST (body));
if (sreg == dreg && sreg >= 0)
delete_insn (insn);
else if (sreg >= 0 && dreg >= 0)
{
rtx trial;
rtx tem = find_equiv_reg (NULL_RTX, insn, 0,
sreg, NULL_PTR, dreg,
GET_MODE (SET_SRC (body)));
if (tem != 0
&& GET_MODE (tem) == GET_MODE (SET_DEST (body)))
{
/* DREG may have been the target of a REG_DEAD note in
the insn which makes INSN redundant. If so, reorg
would still think it is dead. So search for such a
note and delete it if we find it. */
if (! find_regno_note (insn, REG_UNUSED, dreg))
for (trial = prev_nonnote_insn (insn);
trial && GET_CODE (trial) != CODE_LABEL;
trial = prev_nonnote_insn (trial))
if (find_regno_note (trial, REG_DEAD, dreg))
{
remove_death (dreg, trial);
break;
}
#ifdef PRESERVE_DEATH_INFO_REGNO_P
/* Deleting insn could lose a death-note for SREG
so don't do it if final needs accurate
death-notes. */
if (PRESERVE_DEATH_INFO_REGNO_P (sreg)
&& (trial = find_regno_note (insn, REG_DEAD, sreg)))
{
/* Change this into a USE so that we won't emit
code for it, but still can keep the note. */
PATTERN (insn)
= gen_rtx (USE, VOIDmode, XEXP (trial, 0));
INSN_CODE (insn) = -1;
/* Remove all reg notes but the REG_DEAD one. */
REG_NOTES (insn) = trial;
XEXP (trial, 1) = NULL_RTX;
}
else
#endif
delete_insn (insn);
}
}
else if (dreg >= 0 && CONSTANT_P (SET_SRC (body))
&& find_equiv_reg (SET_SRC (body), insn, 0, dreg,
NULL_PTR, 0,
GET_MODE (SET_DEST (body))))
{
/* This handles the case where we have two consecutive
assignments of the same constant to pseudos that didn't
get a hard reg. Each SET from the constant will be
converted into a SET of the spill register and an
output reload will be made following it. This produces
two loads of the same constant into the same spill
register. */
rtx in_insn = insn;
/* Look back for a death note for the first reg.
If there is one, it is no longer accurate. */
while (in_insn && GET_CODE (in_insn) != CODE_LABEL)
{
if ((GET_CODE (in_insn) == INSN
|| GET_CODE (in_insn) == JUMP_INSN)
&& find_regno_note (in_insn, REG_DEAD, dreg))
{
remove_death (dreg, in_insn);
break;
}
in_insn = PREV_INSN (in_insn);
}
/* Delete the second load of the value. */
delete_insn (insn);
}
}
else if (GET_CODE (body) == PARALLEL)
{
/* If each part is a set between two identical registers or
a USE or CLOBBER, delete the insn. */
int i, sreg, dreg;
rtx tem;
for (i = XVECLEN (body, 0) - 1; i >= 0; i--)
{
tem = XVECEXP (body, 0, i);
if (GET_CODE (tem) == USE || GET_CODE (tem) == CLOBBER)
continue;
if (GET_CODE (tem) != SET
|| (sreg = true_regnum (SET_SRC (tem))) < 0
|| (dreg = true_regnum (SET_DEST (tem))) < 0
|| dreg != sreg)
break;
}
if (i < 0)
delete_insn (insn);
}
/* Also delete insns to store bit fields if they are no-ops. */
/* Not worth the hair to detect this in the big-endian case. */
else if (! BYTES_BIG_ENDIAN
&& GET_CODE (body) == SET
&& GET_CODE (SET_DEST (body)) == ZERO_EXTRACT
&& XEXP (SET_DEST (body), 2) == const0_rtx
&& XEXP (SET_DEST (body), 0) == SET_SRC (body)
&& ! (GET_CODE (SET_SRC (body)) == MEM
&& MEM_VOLATILE_P (SET_SRC (body))))
delete_insn (insn);
}
insn = next;
}
/* If we haven't yet gotten to reload and we have just run regscan,
delete any insn that sets a register that isn't used elsewhere.
This helps some of the optimizations below by having less insns
being jumped around. */
if (! reload_completed && after_regscan)
for (insn = f; insn; insn = next)
{
rtx set = single_set (insn);
next = NEXT_INSN (insn);
if (set && GET_CODE (SET_DEST (set)) == REG
&& REGNO (SET_DEST (set)) >= FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER
&& REGNO_FIRST_UID (REGNO (SET_DEST (set))) == INSN_UID (insn)
/* We use regno_last_note_uid so as not to delete the setting
of a reg that's used in notes. A subsequent optimization
might arrange to use that reg for real. */
&& REGNO_LAST_NOTE_UID (REGNO (SET_DEST (set))) == INSN_UID (insn)
&& ! side_effects_p (SET_SRC (set))
&& ! find_reg_note (insn, REG_RETVAL, 0))
delete_insn (insn);
}
/* Now iterate optimizing jumps until nothing changes over one pass. */
changed = 1;
while (changed)
{
changed = 0;
for (insn = f; insn; insn = next)
{
rtx reallabelprev;
rtx temp, temp1, temp2, temp3, temp4, temp5, temp6;
rtx nlabel;
int this_is_simplejump, this_is_condjump, reversep;
int this_is_condjump_in_parallel;
#if 0
/* If NOT the first iteration, if this is the last jump pass
(just before final), do the special peephole optimizations.
Avoiding the first iteration gives ordinary jump opts
a chance to work before peephole opts. */
if (reload_completed && !first && !flag_no_peephole)
if (GET_CODE (insn) == INSN || GET_CODE (insn) == JUMP_INSN)
peephole (insn);
#endif
/* That could have deleted some insns after INSN, so check now
what the following insn is. */
next = NEXT_INSN (insn);
/* See if this is a NOTE_INSN_LOOP_BEG followed by an unconditional
jump. Try to optimize by duplicating the loop exit test if so.
This is only safe immediately after regscan, because it uses
the values of regno_first_uid and regno_last_uid. */
if (after_regscan && GET_CODE (insn) == NOTE
&& NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) == NOTE_INSN_LOOP_BEG
&& (temp1 = next_nonnote_insn (insn)) != 0
&& simplejump_p (temp1))
{
temp = PREV_INSN (insn);
if (duplicate_loop_exit_test (insn))
{
changed = 1;
next = NEXT_INSN (temp);
continue;
}
}
if (GET_CODE (insn) != JUMP_INSN)
continue;
this_is_simplejump = simplejump_p (insn);
this_is_condjump = condjump_p (insn);
this_is_condjump_in_parallel = condjump_in_parallel_p (insn);
/* Tension the labels in dispatch tables. */
if (GET_CODE (PATTERN (insn)) == ADDR_VEC)
changed |= tension_vector_labels (PATTERN (insn), 0);
if (GET_CODE (PATTERN (insn)) == ADDR_DIFF_VEC)
changed |= tension_vector_labels (PATTERN (insn), 1);
/* If a dispatch table always goes to the same place,
get rid of it and replace the insn that uses it. */
if (GET_CODE (PATTERN (insn)) == ADDR_VEC
|| GET_CODE (PATTERN (insn)) == ADDR_DIFF_VEC)
{
int i;
rtx pat = PATTERN (insn);
int diff_vec_p = GET_CODE (PATTERN (insn)) == ADDR_DIFF_VEC;
int len = XVECLEN (pat, diff_vec_p);
rtx dispatch = prev_real_insn (insn);
for (i = 0; i < len; i++)
if (XEXP (XVECEXP (pat, diff_vec_p, i), 0)
!= XEXP (XVECEXP (pat, diff_vec_p, 0), 0))
break;
if (i == len
&& dispatch != 0
&& GET_CODE (dispatch) == JUMP_INSN
&& JUMP_LABEL (dispatch) != 0
/* Don't mess with a casesi insn. */
&& !(GET_CODE (PATTERN (dispatch)) == SET
&& (GET_CODE (SET_SRC (PATTERN (dispatch)))
== IF_THEN_ELSE))
&& next_real_insn (JUMP_LABEL (dispatch)) == insn)
{
redirect_tablejump (dispatch,
XEXP (XVECEXP (pat, diff_vec_p, 0), 0));
changed = 1;
}
}
reallabelprev = prev_active_insn (JUMP_LABEL (insn));
/* If a jump references the end of the function, try to turn
it into a RETURN insn, possibly a conditional one. */
if (JUMP_LABEL (insn)
&& (next_active_insn (JUMP_LABEL (insn)) == 0
|| GET_CODE (PATTERN (next_active_insn (JUMP_LABEL (insn))))
== RETURN))
changed |= redirect_jump (insn, NULL_RTX);
/* Detect jump to following insn. */
if (reallabelprev == insn && condjump_p (insn))
{
next = next_real_insn (JUMP_LABEL (insn));
delete_jump (insn);
changed = 1;
continue;
}
/* If we have an unconditional jump preceded by a USE, try to put
the USE before the target and jump there. This simplifies many
of the optimizations below since we don't have to worry about
dealing with these USE insns. We only do this if the label
being branch to already has the identical USE or if code
never falls through to that label. */
if (this_is_simplejump
&& (temp = prev_nonnote_insn (insn)) != 0
&& GET_CODE (temp) == INSN && GET_CODE (PATTERN (temp)) == USE
&& (temp1 = prev_nonnote_insn (JUMP_LABEL (insn))) != 0
&& (GET_CODE (temp1) == BARRIER
|| (GET_CODE (temp1) == INSN
&& rtx_equal_p (PATTERN (temp), PATTERN (temp1))))
/* Don't do this optimization if we have a loop containing only
the USE instruction, and the loop start label has a usage
count of 1. This is because we will redo this optimization
everytime through the outer loop, and jump opt will never
exit. */
&& ! ((temp2 = prev_nonnote_insn (temp)) != 0
&& temp2 == JUMP_LABEL (insn)
&& LABEL_NUSES (temp2) == 1))
{
if (GET_CODE (temp1) == BARRIER)
{
emit_insn_after (PATTERN (temp), temp1);
temp1 = NEXT_INSN (temp1);
}
delete_insn (temp);
redirect_jump (insn, get_label_before (temp1));
reallabelprev = prev_real_insn (temp1);
changed = 1;
}
/* Simplify if (...) x = a; else x = b; by converting it
to x = b; if (...) x = a;
if B is sufficiently simple, the test doesn't involve X,
and nothing in the test modifies B or X.
If we have small register classes, we also can't do this if X
is a hard register.
If the "x = b;" insn has any REG_NOTES, we don't do this because
of the possibility that we are running after CSE and there is a
REG_EQUAL note that is only valid if the branch has already been
taken. If we move the insn with the REG_EQUAL note, we may
fold the comparison to always be false in a later CSE pass.
(We could also delete the REG_NOTES when moving the insn, but it
seems simpler to not move it.) An exception is that we can move
the insn if the only note is a REG_EQUAL or REG_EQUIV whose
value is the same as "b".
INSN is the branch over the `else' part.
We set:
TEMP to the jump insn preceding "x = a;"
TEMP1 to X
TEMP2 to the insn that sets "x = b;"
TEMP3 to the insn that sets "x = a;"
TEMP4 to the set of "x = b"; */
if (this_is_simplejump
&& (temp3 = prev_active_insn (insn)) != 0
&& GET_CODE (temp3) == INSN
&& (temp4 = single_set (temp3)) != 0
&& GET_CODE (temp1 = SET_DEST (temp4)) == REG
&& (! SMALL_REGISTER_CLASSES
|| REGNO (temp1) >= FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER)
&& (temp2 = next_active_insn (insn)) != 0
&& GET_CODE (temp2) == INSN
&& (temp4 = single_set (temp2)) != 0
&& rtx_equal_p (SET_DEST (temp4), temp1)
&& (GET_CODE (SET_SRC (temp4)) == REG
|| GET_CODE (SET_SRC (temp4)) == SUBREG
|| CONSTANT_P (SET_SRC (temp4)))
&& (REG_NOTES (temp2) == 0
|| ((REG_NOTE_KIND (REG_NOTES (temp2)) == REG_EQUAL
|| REG_NOTE_KIND (REG_NOTES (temp2)) == REG_EQUIV)
&& XEXP (REG_NOTES (temp2), 1) == 0
&& rtx_equal_p (XEXP (REG_NOTES (temp2), 0),
SET_SRC (temp4))))
&& (temp = prev_active_insn (temp3)) != 0
&& condjump_p (temp) && ! simplejump_p (temp)
/* TEMP must skip over the "x = a;" insn */
&& prev_real_insn (JUMP_LABEL (temp)) == insn
&& no_labels_between_p (insn, JUMP_LABEL (temp))
/* There must be no other entries to the "x = b;" insn. */
&& no_labels_between_p (JUMP_LABEL (temp), temp2)
/* INSN must either branch to the insn after TEMP2 or the insn
after TEMP2 must branch to the same place as INSN. */
&& (reallabelprev == temp2
|| ((temp5 = next_active_insn (temp2)) != 0
&& simplejump_p (temp5)
&& JUMP_LABEL (temp5) == JUMP_LABEL (insn))))
{
/* The test expression, X, may be a complicated test with
multiple branches. See if we can find all the uses of
the label that TEMP branches to without hitting a CALL_INSN
or a jump to somewhere else. */
rtx target = JUMP_LABEL (temp);
int nuses = LABEL_NUSES (target);
rtx p, q;
/* Set P to the first jump insn that goes around "x = a;". */
for (p = temp; nuses && p; p = prev_nonnote_insn (p))
{
if (GET_CODE (p) == JUMP_INSN)
{
if (condjump_p (p) && ! simplejump_p (p)
&& JUMP_LABEL (p) == target)
{
nuses--;
if (nuses == 0)
break;
}
else
break;
}
else if (GET_CODE (p) == CALL_INSN)
break;
}
#ifdef HAVE_cc0
/* We cannot insert anything between a set of cc and its use
so if P uses cc0, we must back up to the previous insn. */
q = prev_nonnote_insn (p);
if (q && GET_RTX_CLASS (GET_CODE (q)) == 'i'
&& sets_cc0_p (PATTERN (q)))
p = q;
#endif
if (p)
p = PREV_INSN (p);
/* If we found all the uses and there was no data conflict, we
can move the assignment unless we can branch into the middle
from somewhere. */
if (nuses == 0 && p
&& no_labels_between_p (p, insn)
&& ! reg_referenced_between_p (temp1, p, NEXT_INSN (temp3))
&& ! reg_set_between_p (temp1, p, temp3)
&& (GET_CODE (SET_SRC (temp4)) == CONST_INT
|| ! reg_set_between_p (SET_SRC (temp4), p, temp2)))
{
emit_insn_after_with_line_notes (PATTERN (temp2), p, temp2);
delete_insn (temp2);
/* Set NEXT to an insn that we know won't go away. */
next = next_active_insn (insn);
/* Delete the jump around the set. Note that we must do
this before we redirect the test jumps so that it won't
delete the code immediately following the assignment
we moved (which might be a jump). */
delete_insn (insn);
/* We either have two consecutive labels or a jump to
a jump, so adjust all the JUMP_INSNs to branch to where
INSN branches to. */
for (p = NEXT_INSN (p); p != next; p = NEXT_INSN (p))
if (GET_CODE (p) == JUMP_INSN)
redirect_jump (p, target);
changed = 1;
continue;
}
}
/* Simplify if (...) { x = a; goto l; } x = b; by converting it
to x = a; if (...) goto l; x = b;
if A is sufficiently simple, the test doesn't involve X,
and nothing in the test modifies A or X.
If we have small register classes, we also can't do this if X
is a hard register.
If the "x = a;" insn has any REG_NOTES, we don't do this because
of the possibility that we are running after CSE and there is a
REG_EQUAL note that is only valid if the branch has already been
taken. If we move the insn with the REG_EQUAL note, we may
fold the comparison to always be false in a later CSE pass.
(We could also delete the REG_NOTES when moving the insn, but it
seems simpler to not move it.) An exception is that we can move
the insn if the only note is a REG_EQUAL or REG_EQUIV whose
value is the same as "a".
INSN is the goto.
We set:
TEMP to the jump insn preceding "x = a;"
TEMP1 to X
TEMP2 to the insn that sets "x = b;"
TEMP3 to the insn that sets "x = a;"
TEMP4 to the set of "x = a"; */
if (this_is_simplejump
&& (temp2 = next_active_insn (insn)) != 0
&& GET_CODE (temp2) == INSN
&& (temp4 = single_set (temp2)) != 0
&& GET_CODE (temp1 = SET_DEST (temp4)) == REG
&& (! SMALL_REGISTER_CLASSES
|| REGNO (temp1) >= FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER)
&& (temp3 = prev_active_insn (insn)) != 0
&& GET_CODE (temp3) == INSN
&& (temp4 = single_set (temp3)) != 0
&& rtx_equal_p (SET_DEST (temp4), temp1)
&& (GET_CODE (SET_SRC (temp4)) == REG
|| GET_CODE (SET_SRC (temp4)) == SUBREG
|| CONSTANT_P (SET_SRC (temp4)))
&& (REG_NOTES (temp3) == 0
|| ((REG_NOTE_KIND (REG_NOTES (temp3)) == REG_EQUAL
|| REG_NOTE_KIND (REG_NOTES (temp3)) == REG_EQUIV)
&& XEXP (REG_NOTES (temp3), 1) == 0
&& rtx_equal_p (XEXP (REG_NOTES (temp3), 0),
SET_SRC (temp4))))
&& (temp = prev_active_insn (temp3)) != 0
&& condjump_p (temp) && ! simplejump_p (temp)
/* TEMP must skip over the "x = a;" insn */
&& prev_real_insn (JUMP_LABEL (temp)) == insn
&& no_labels_between_p (temp, insn))
{
rtx prev_label = JUMP_LABEL (temp);
rtx insert_after = prev_nonnote_insn (temp);
#ifdef HAVE_cc0
/* We cannot insert anything between a set of cc and its use. */
if (insert_after && GET_RTX_CLASS (GET_CODE (insert_after)) == 'i'
&& sets_cc0_p (PATTERN (insert_after)))
insert_after = prev_nonnote_insn (insert_after);
#endif
++LABEL_NUSES (prev_label);
if (insert_after
&& no_labels_between_p (insert_after, temp)
&& ! reg_referenced_between_p (temp1, insert_after, temp3)
&& ! reg_referenced_between_p (temp1, temp3,
NEXT_INSN (temp2))
&& ! reg_set_between_p (temp1, insert_after, temp)
&& (GET_CODE (SET_SRC (temp4)) == CONST_INT
|| ! reg_set_between_p (SET_SRC (temp4),
insert_after, temp))
&& invert_jump (temp, JUMP_LABEL (insn)))
{
emit_insn_after_with_line_notes (PATTERN (temp3),
insert_after, temp3);
delete_insn (temp3);
delete_insn (insn);
/* Set NEXT to an insn that we know won't go away. */
next = temp2;
changed = 1;
}
if (prev_label && --LABEL_NUSES (prev_label) == 0)
delete_insn (prev_label);
if (changed)
continue;
}
#ifndef HAVE_cc0
/* If we have if (...) x = exp; and branches are expensive,
EXP is a single insn, does not have any side effects, cannot
trap, and is not too costly, convert this to
t = exp; if (...) x = t;
Don't do this when we have CC0 because it is unlikely to help
and we'd need to worry about where to place the new insn and
the potential for conflicts. We also can't do this when we have
notes on the insn for the same reason as above.
We set:
TEMP to the "x = exp;" insn.
TEMP1 to the single set in the "x = exp; insn.
TEMP2 to "x". */
if (! reload_completed
&& this_is_condjump && ! this_is_simplejump
&& BRANCH_COST >= 3
&& (temp = next_nonnote_insn (insn)) != 0
&& GET_CODE (temp) == INSN
&& REG_NOTES (temp) == 0
&& (reallabelprev == temp
|| ((temp2 = next_active_insn (temp)) != 0
&& simplejump_p (temp2)
&& JUMP_LABEL (temp2) == JUMP_LABEL (insn)))
&& (temp1 = single_set (temp)) != 0
&& (temp2 = SET_DEST (temp1), GET_CODE (temp2) == REG)
&& GET_MODE_CLASS (GET_MODE (temp2)) == MODE_INT
&& (! SMALL_REGISTER_CLASSES
|| REGNO (temp2) >= FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER)
&& GET_CODE (SET_SRC (temp1)) != REG
&& GET_CODE (SET_SRC (temp1)) != SUBREG
&& GET_CODE (SET_SRC (temp1)) != CONST_INT
&& ! side_effects_p (SET_SRC (temp1))
&& ! may_trap_p (SET_SRC (temp1))
&& rtx_cost (SET_SRC (temp1), SET) < 10)
{
rtx new = gen_reg_rtx (GET_MODE (temp2));
if ((temp3 = find_insert_position (insn, temp))
&& validate_change (temp, &SET_DEST (temp1), new, 0))
{
next = emit_insn_after (gen_move_insn (temp2, new), insn);
emit_insn_after_with_line_notes (PATTERN (temp),
PREV_INSN (temp3), temp);
delete_insn (temp);
reallabelprev = prev_active_insn (JUMP_LABEL (insn));
}
}
/* Similarly, if it takes two insns to compute EXP but they
have the same destination. Here TEMP3 will be the second
insn and TEMP4 the SET from that insn. */
if (! reload_completed
&& this_is_condjump && ! this_is_simplejump
&& BRANCH_COST >= 4
&& (temp = next_nonnote_insn (insn)) != 0
&& GET_CODE (temp) == INSN
&& REG_NOTES (temp) == 0
&& (temp3 = next_nonnote_insn (temp)) != 0
&& GET_CODE (temp3) == INSN
&& REG_NOTES (temp3) == 0
&& (reallabelprev == temp3
|| ((temp2 = next_active_insn (temp3)) != 0
&& simplejump_p (temp2)
&& JUMP_LABEL (temp2) == JUMP_LABEL (insn)))
&& (temp1 = single_set (temp)) != 0
&& (temp2 = SET_DEST (temp1), GET_CODE (temp2) == REG)
&& GET_MODE_CLASS (GET_MODE (temp2)) == MODE_INT
&& (! SMALL_REGISTER_CLASSES
|| REGNO (temp2) >= FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER)
&& ! side_effects_p (SET_SRC (temp1))
&& ! may_trap_p (SET_SRC (temp1))
&& rtx_cost (SET_SRC (temp1), SET) < 10
&& (temp4 = single_set (temp3)) != 0
&& rtx_equal_p (SET_DEST (temp4), temp2)
&& ! side_effects_p (SET_SRC (temp4))
&& ! may_trap_p (SET_SRC (temp4))
&& rtx_cost (SET_SRC (temp4), SET) < 10)
{
rtx new = gen_reg_rtx (GET_MODE (temp2));
if ((temp5 = find_insert_position (insn, temp))
&& (temp6 = find_insert_position (insn, temp3))
&& validate_change (temp, &SET_DEST (temp1), new, 0))
{
/* Use the earliest of temp5 and temp6. */
if (temp5 != insn)
temp6 = temp5;
next = emit_insn_after (gen_move_insn (temp2, new), insn);
emit_insn_after_with_line_notes (PATTERN (temp),
PREV_INSN (temp6), temp);
emit_insn_after_with_line_notes
(replace_rtx (PATTERN (temp3), temp2, new),
PREV_INSN (temp6), temp3);
delete_insn (temp);
delete_insn (temp3);
reallabelprev = prev_active_insn (JUMP_LABEL (insn));
}
}
/* Finally, handle the case where two insns are used to
compute EXP but a temporary register is used. Here we must
ensure that the temporary register is not used anywhere else. */
if (! reload_completed
&& after_regscan
&& this_is_condjump && ! this_is_simplejump
&& BRANCH_COST >= 4
&& (temp = next_nonnote_insn (insn)) != 0
&& GET_CODE (temp) == INSN
&& REG_NOTES (temp) == 0
&& (temp3 = next_nonnote_insn (temp)) != 0
&& GET_CODE (temp3) == INSN
&& REG_NOTES (temp3) == 0
&& (reallabelprev == temp3
|| ((temp2 = next_active_insn (temp3)) != 0
&& simplejump_p (temp2)
&& JUMP_LABEL (temp2) == JUMP_LABEL (insn)))
&& (temp1 = single_set (temp)) != 0
&& (temp5 = SET_DEST (temp1),
(GET_CODE (temp5) == REG
|| (GET_CODE (temp5) == SUBREG
&& (temp5 = SUBREG_REG (temp5),
GET_CODE (temp5) == REG))))
&& REGNO (temp5) >= FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER
&& REGNO_FIRST_UID (REGNO (temp5)) == INSN_UID (temp)
&& REGNO_LAST_UID (REGNO (temp5)) == INSN_UID (temp3)
&& ! side_effects_p (SET_SRC (temp1))
&& ! may_trap_p (SET_SRC (temp1))
&& rtx_cost (SET_SRC (temp1), SET) < 10
&& (temp4 = single_set (temp3)) != 0
&& (temp2 = SET_DEST (temp4), GET_CODE (temp2) == REG)
&& GET_MODE_CLASS (GET_MODE (temp2)) == MODE_INT
&& (! SMALL_REGISTER_CLASSES
|| REGNO (temp2) >= FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER)
&& rtx_equal_p (SET_DEST (temp4), temp2)
&& ! side_effects_p (SET_SRC (temp4))
&& ! may_trap_p (SET_SRC (temp4))
&& rtx_cost (SET_SRC (temp4), SET) < 10)
{
rtx new = gen_reg_rtx (GET_MODE (temp2));
if ((temp5 = find_insert_position (insn, temp))
&& (temp6 = find_insert_position (insn, temp3))
&& validate_change (temp3, &SET_DEST (temp4), new, 0))
{
/* Use the earliest of temp5 and temp6. */
if (temp5 != insn)
temp6 = temp5;
next = emit_insn_after (gen_move_insn (temp2, new), insn);
emit_insn_after_with_line_notes (PATTERN (temp),
PREV_INSN (temp6), temp);
emit_insn_after_with_line_notes (PATTERN (temp3),
PREV_INSN (temp6), temp3);
delete_insn (temp);
delete_insn (temp3);
reallabelprev = prev_active_insn (JUMP_LABEL (insn));
}
}
#endif /* HAVE_cc0 */
/* Try to use a conditional move (if the target has them), or a
store-flag insn. The general case is:
1) x = a; if (...) x = b; and
2) if (...) x = b;
If the jump would be faster, the machine should not have defined
the movcc or scc insns!. These cases are often made by the
previous optimization.
The second case is treated as x = x; if (...) x = b;.
INSN here is the jump around the store. We set:
TEMP to the "x = b;" insn.
TEMP1 to X.
TEMP2 to B.
TEMP3 to A (X in the second case).
TEMP4 to the condition being tested.
TEMP5 to the earliest insn used to find the condition. */
if (/* We can't do this after reload has completed. */
! reload_completed
&& this_is_condjump && ! this_is_simplejump
/* Set TEMP to the "x = b;" insn. */
&& (temp = next_nonnote_insn (insn)) != 0
&& GET_CODE (temp) == INSN
&& GET_CODE (PATTERN (temp)) == SET
&& GET_CODE (temp1 = SET_DEST (PATTERN (temp))) == REG
&& (! SMALL_REGISTER_CLASSES
|| REGNO (temp1) >= FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER)
&& (GET_CODE (temp2 = SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp))) == REG
|| GET_CODE (temp2) == SUBREG
/* ??? How about floating point constants? */
|| GET_CODE (temp2) == CONST_INT)
/* Allow either form, but prefer the former if both apply.
There is no point in using the old value of TEMP1 if
it is a register, since cse will alias them. It can
lose if the old value were a hard register since CSE
won't replace hard registers. Avoid using TEMP3 if
small register classes and it is a hard register. */
&& (((temp3 = reg_set_last (temp1, insn)) != 0
&& ! (SMALL_REGISTER_CLASSES && GET_CODE (temp3) == REG
&& REGNO (temp3) < FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER))
/* Make the latter case look like x = x; if (...) x = b; */
|| (temp3 = temp1, 1))
/* INSN must either branch to the insn after TEMP or the insn
after TEMP must branch to the same place as INSN. */
&& (reallabelprev == temp
|| ((temp4 = next_active_insn (temp)) != 0
&& simplejump_p (temp4)
&& JUMP_LABEL (temp4) == JUMP_LABEL (insn)))
&& (temp4 = get_condition (insn, &temp5)) != 0
/* We must be comparing objects whose modes imply the size.
We could handle BLKmode if (1) emit_store_flag could
and (2) we could find the size reliably. */
&& GET_MODE (XEXP (temp4, 0)) != BLKmode
/* Even if branches are cheap, the store_flag optimization
can win when the operation to be performed can be
expressed directly. */
#ifdef HAVE_cc0
/* If the previous insn sets CC0 and something else, we can't
do this since we are going to delete that insn. */
&& ! ((temp6 = prev_nonnote_insn (insn)) != 0
&& GET_CODE (temp6) == INSN
&& (sets_cc0_p (PATTERN (temp6)) == -1
|| (sets_cc0_p (PATTERN (temp6)) == 1
&& FIND_REG_INC_NOTE (temp6, NULL_RTX))))
#endif
)
{
#ifdef HAVE_conditional_move
/* First try a conditional move. */
{
enum rtx_code code = GET_CODE (temp4);
rtx var = temp1;
rtx cond0, cond1, aval, bval;
rtx target;
/* Copy the compared variables into cond0 and cond1, so that
any side effects performed in or after the old comparison,
will not affect our compare which will come later. */
/* ??? Is it possible to just use the comparison in the jump
insn? After all, we're going to delete it. We'd have
to modify emit_conditional_move to take a comparison rtx
instead or write a new function. */
cond0 = gen_reg_rtx (GET_MODE (XEXP (temp4, 0)));
/* We want the target to be able to simplify comparisons with
zero (and maybe other constants as well), so don't create
pseudos for them. There's no need to either. */
if (GET_CODE (XEXP (temp4, 1)) == CONST_INT
|| GET_CODE (XEXP (temp4, 1)) == CONST_DOUBLE)
cond1 = XEXP (temp4, 1);
else
cond1 = gen_reg_rtx (GET_MODE (XEXP (temp4, 1)));
aval = temp3;
bval = temp2;
start_sequence ();
target = emit_conditional_move (var, code,
cond0, cond1, VOIDmode,
aval, bval, GET_MODE (var),
(code == LTU || code == GEU
|| code == LEU || code == GTU));
if (target)
{
rtx seq1,seq2;
/* Save the conditional move sequence but don't emit it
yet. On some machines, like the alpha, it is possible
that temp5 == insn, so next generate the sequence that
saves the compared values and then emit both
sequences ensuring seq1 occurs before seq2. */
seq2 = get_insns ();
end_sequence ();
/* Now that we can't fail, generate the copy insns that
preserve the compared values. */
start_sequence ();
emit_move_insn (cond0, XEXP (temp4, 0));
if (cond1 != XEXP (temp4, 1))
emit_move_insn (cond1, XEXP (temp4, 1));
seq1 = get_insns ();
end_sequence ();
emit_insns_before (seq1, temp5);
/* Insert conditional move after insn, to be sure that
the jump and a possible compare won't be separated */
emit_insns_after (seq2, insn);
/* ??? We can also delete the insn that sets X to A.
Flow will do it too though. */
delete_insn (temp);
next = NEXT_INSN (insn);
delete_jump (insn);
changed = 1;
continue;
}
else
end_sequence ();
}
#endif
/* That didn't work, try a store-flag insn.
We further divide the cases into:
1) x = a; if (...) x = b; and either A or B is zero,
2) if (...) x = 0; and jumps are expensive,
3) x = a; if (...) x = b; and A and B are constants where all
the set bits in A are also set in B and jumps are expensive,
4) x = a; if (...) x = b; and A and B non-zero, and jumps are
more expensive, and
5) if (...) x = b; if jumps are even more expensive. */
if (GET_MODE_CLASS (GET_MODE (temp1)) == MODE_INT
&& ((GET_CODE (temp3) == CONST_INT)
/* Make the latter case look like
x = x; if (...) x = 0; */
|| (temp3 = temp1,
((BRANCH_COST >= 2
&& temp2 == const0_rtx)
|| BRANCH_COST >= 3)))
/* If B is zero, OK; if A is zero, can only do (1) if we
can reverse the condition. See if (3) applies possibly
by reversing the condition. Prefer reversing to (4) when
branches are very expensive. */
&& (((BRANCH_COST >= 2
|| STORE_FLAG_VALUE == -1
|| (STORE_FLAG_VALUE == 1
/* Check that the mask is a power of two,
so that it can probably be generated
with a shift. */
&& exact_log2 (INTVAL (temp3)) >= 0))
&& (reversep = 0, temp2 == const0_rtx))
|| ((BRANCH_COST >= 2
|| STORE_FLAG_VALUE == -1
|| (STORE_FLAG_VALUE == 1
&& exact_log2 (INTVAL (temp2)) >= 0))
&& temp3 == const0_rtx
&& (reversep = can_reverse_comparison_p (temp4, insn)))
|| (BRANCH_COST >= 2
&& GET_CODE (temp2) == CONST_INT
&& GET_CODE (temp3) == CONST_INT
&& ((INTVAL (temp2) & INTVAL (temp3)) == INTVAL (temp2)
|| ((INTVAL (temp2) & INTVAL (temp3)) == INTVAL (temp3)
&& (reversep = can_reverse_comparison_p (temp4,
insn)))))
|| BRANCH_COST >= 3)
)
{
enum rtx_code code = GET_CODE (temp4);
rtx uval, cval, var = temp1;
int normalizep;
rtx target;
/* If necessary, reverse the condition. */
if (reversep)
code = reverse_condition (code), uval = temp2, cval = temp3;
else
uval = temp3, cval = temp2;
/* If CVAL is non-zero, normalize to -1. Otherwise, if UVAL
is the constant 1, it is best to just compute the result
directly. If UVAL is constant and STORE_FLAG_VALUE
includes all of its bits, it is best to compute the flag
value unnormalized and `and' it with UVAL. Otherwise,
normalize to -1 and `and' with UVAL. */
normalizep = (cval != const0_rtx ? -1
: (uval == const1_rtx ? 1
: (GET_CODE (uval) == CONST_INT
&& (INTVAL (uval) & ~STORE_FLAG_VALUE) == 0)
? 0 : -1));
/* We will be putting the store-flag insn immediately in
front of the comparison that was originally being done,
so we know all the variables in TEMP4 will be valid.
However, this might be in front of the assignment of
A to VAR. If it is, it would clobber the store-flag
we will be emitting.
Therefore, emit into a temporary which will be copied to
VAR immediately after TEMP. */
start_sequence ();
target = emit_store_flag (gen_reg_rtx (GET_MODE (var)), code,
XEXP (temp4, 0), XEXP (temp4, 1),
VOIDmode,
(code == LTU || code == LEU
|| code == GEU || code == GTU),
normalizep);
if (target)
{
rtx seq;
rtx before = insn;
seq = get_insns ();
end_sequence ();
/* Put the store-flag insns in front of the first insn
used to compute the condition to ensure that we
use the same values of them as the current
comparison. However, the remainder of the insns we
generate will be placed directly in front of the
jump insn, in case any of the pseudos we use
are modified earlier. */
emit_insns_before (seq, temp5);
start_sequence ();
/* Both CVAL and UVAL are non-zero. */
if (cval != const0_rtx && uval != const0_rtx)
{
rtx tem1, tem2;
tem1 = expand_and (uval, target, NULL_RTX);
if (GET_CODE (cval) == CONST_INT
&& GET_CODE (uval) == CONST_INT
&& (INTVAL (cval) & INTVAL (uval)) == INTVAL (cval))
tem2 = cval;
else
{
tem2 = expand_unop (GET_MODE (var), one_cmpl_optab,
target, NULL_RTX, 0);
tem2 = expand_and (cval, tem2,
(GET_CODE (tem2) == REG
? tem2 : 0));
}
/* If we usually make new pseudos, do so here. This
turns out to help machines that have conditional
move insns. */
/* ??? Conditional moves have already been handled.
This may be obsolete. */
if (flag_expensive_optimizations)
target = 0;
target = expand_binop (GET_MODE (var), ior_optab,
tem1, tem2, target,
1, OPTAB_WIDEN);
}
else if (normalizep != 1)
{
/* We know that either CVAL or UVAL is zero. If
UVAL is zero, negate TARGET and `and' with CVAL.
Otherwise, `and' with UVAL. */
if (uval == const0_rtx)
{
target = expand_unop (GET_MODE (var), one_cmpl_optab,
target, NULL_RTX, 0);
uval = cval;
}
target = expand_and (uval, target,
(GET_CODE (target) == REG
&& ! preserve_subexpressions_p ()
? target : NULL_RTX));
}
emit_move_insn (var, target);
seq = get_insns ();
end_sequence ();
#ifdef HAVE_cc0
/* If INSN uses CC0, we must not separate it from the
insn that sets cc0. */
if (reg_mentioned_p (cc0_rtx, PATTERN (before)))
before = prev_nonnote_insn (before);
#endif
emit_insns_before (seq, before);
delete_insn (temp);
next = NEXT_INSN (insn);
delete_jump (insn);
changed = 1;
continue;
}
else
end_sequence ();
}
}
/* If branches are expensive, convert
if (foo) bar++; to bar += (foo != 0);
and similarly for "bar--;"
INSN is the conditional branch around the arithmetic. We set:
TEMP is the arithmetic insn.
TEMP1 is the SET doing the arithmetic.
TEMP2 is the operand being incremented or decremented.
TEMP3 to the condition being tested.
TEMP4 to the earliest insn used to find the condition. */
if ((BRANCH_COST >= 2
#ifdef HAVE_incscc
|| HAVE_incscc
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_decscc
|| HAVE_decscc
#endif
)
&& ! reload_completed
&& this_is_condjump && ! this_is_simplejump
&& (temp = next_nonnote_insn (insn)) != 0
&& (temp1 = single_set (temp)) != 0
&& (temp2 = SET_DEST (temp1),
GET_MODE_CLASS (GET_MODE (temp2)) == MODE_INT)
&& GET_CODE (SET_SRC (temp1)) == PLUS
&& (XEXP (SET_SRC (temp1), 1) == const1_rtx
|| XEXP (SET_SRC (temp1), 1) == constm1_rtx)
&& rtx_equal_p (temp2, XEXP (SET_SRC (temp1), 0))
&& ! side_effects_p (temp2)
&& ! may_trap_p (temp2)
/* INSN must either branch to the insn after TEMP or the insn
after TEMP must branch to the same place as INSN. */
&& (reallabelprev == temp
|| ((temp3 = next_active_insn (temp)) != 0
&& simplejump_p (temp3)
&& JUMP_LABEL (temp3) == JUMP_LABEL (insn)))
&& (temp3 = get_condition (insn, &temp4)) != 0
/* We must be comparing objects whose modes imply the size.
We could handle BLKmode if (1) emit_store_flag could
and (2) we could find the size reliably. */
&& GET_MODE (XEXP (temp3, 0)) != BLKmode
&& can_reverse_comparison_p (temp3, insn))
{
rtx temp6, target = 0, seq, init_insn = 0, init = temp2;
enum rtx_code code = reverse_condition (GET_CODE (temp3));
start_sequence ();
/* It must be the case that TEMP2 is not modified in the range
[TEMP4, INSN). The one exception we make is if the insn
before INSN sets TEMP2 to something which is also unchanged
in that range. In that case, we can move the initialization
into our sequence. */
if ((temp5 = prev_active_insn (insn)) != 0
&& no_labels_between_p (temp5, insn)
&& GET_CODE (temp5) == INSN
&& (temp6 = single_set (temp5)) != 0
&& rtx_equal_p (temp2, SET_DEST (temp6))
&& (CONSTANT_P (SET_SRC (temp6))
|| GET_CODE (SET_SRC (temp6)) == REG
|| GET_CODE (SET_SRC (temp6)) == SUBREG))
{
emit_insn (PATTERN (temp5));
init_insn = temp5;
init = SET_SRC (temp6);
}
if (CONSTANT_P (init)
|| ! reg_set_between_p (init, PREV_INSN (temp4), insn))
target = emit_store_flag (gen_reg_rtx (GET_MODE (temp2)), code,
XEXP (temp3, 0), XEXP (temp3, 1),
VOIDmode,
(code == LTU || code == LEU
|| code == GTU || code == GEU), 1);
/* If we can do the store-flag, do the addition or
subtraction. */
if (target)
target = expand_binop (GET_MODE (temp2),
(XEXP (SET_SRC (temp1), 1) == const1_rtx
? add_optab : sub_optab),
temp2, target, temp2, 0, OPTAB_WIDEN);
if (target != 0)
{
/* Put the result back in temp2 in case it isn't already.
Then replace the jump, possible a CC0-setting insn in
front of the jump, and TEMP, with the sequence we have
made. */
if (target != temp2)
emit_move_insn (temp2, target);
seq = get_insns ();
end_sequence ();
emit_insns_before (seq, temp4);
delete_insn (temp);
if (init_insn)
delete_insn (init_insn);
next = NEXT_INSN (insn);
#ifdef HAVE_cc0
delete_insn (prev_nonnote_insn (insn));
#endif
delete_insn (insn);
changed = 1;
continue;
}
else
end_sequence ();
}
/* Simplify if (...) x = 1; else {...} if (x) ...
We recognize this case scanning backwards as well.
TEMP is the assignment to x;
TEMP1 is the label at the head of the second if. */
/* ?? This should call get_condition to find the values being
compared, instead of looking for a COMPARE insn when HAVE_cc0
is not defined. This would allow it to work on the m88k. */
/* ?? This optimization is only safe before cse is run if HAVE_cc0
is not defined and the condition is tested by a separate compare
insn. This is because the code below assumes that the result
of the compare dies in the following branch.
Not only that, but there might be other insns between the
compare and branch whose results are live. Those insns need
to be executed.
A way to fix this is to move the insns at JUMP_LABEL (insn)
to before INSN. If we are running before flow, they will
be deleted if they aren't needed. But this doesn't work
well after flow.
This is really a special-case of jump threading, anyway. The
right thing to do is to replace this and jump threading with
much simpler code in cse.
This code has been turned off in the non-cc0 case in the
meantime. */
#ifdef HAVE_cc0
else if (this_is_simplejump
/* Safe to skip USE and CLOBBER insns here
since they will not be deleted. */
&& (temp = prev_active_insn (insn))
&& no_labels_between_p (temp, insn)
&& GET_CODE (temp) == INSN
&& GET_CODE (PATTERN (temp)) == SET
&& GET_CODE (SET_DEST (PATTERN (temp))) == REG
&& CONSTANT_P (SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp)))
&& (temp1 = next_active_insn (JUMP_LABEL (insn)))
/* If we find that the next value tested is `x'
(TEMP1 is the insn where this happens), win. */
&& GET_CODE (temp1) == INSN
&& GET_CODE (PATTERN (temp1)) == SET
#ifdef HAVE_cc0
/* Does temp1 `tst' the value of x? */
&& SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp1)) == SET_DEST (PATTERN (temp))
&& SET_DEST (PATTERN (temp1)) == cc0_rtx
&& (temp1 = next_nonnote_insn (temp1))
#else
/* Does temp1 compare the value of x against zero? */
&& GET_CODE (SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp1))) == COMPARE
&& XEXP (SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp1)), 1) == const0_rtx
&& (XEXP (SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp1)), 0)
== SET_DEST (PATTERN (temp)))
&& GET_CODE (SET_DEST (PATTERN (temp1))) == REG
&& (temp1 = find_next_ref (SET_DEST (PATTERN (temp1)), temp1))
#endif
&& condjump_p (temp1))
{
/* Get the if_then_else from the condjump. */
rtx choice = SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp1));
if (GET_CODE (choice) == IF_THEN_ELSE)
{
enum rtx_code code = GET_CODE (XEXP (choice, 0));
rtx val = SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp));
rtx cond
= simplify_relational_operation (code, GET_MODE (SET_DEST (PATTERN (temp))),
val, const0_rtx);
rtx ultimate;
if (cond == const_true_rtx)
ultimate = XEXP (choice, 1);
else if (cond == const0_rtx)
ultimate = XEXP (choice, 2);
else
ultimate = 0;
if (ultimate == pc_rtx)
ultimate = get_label_after (temp1);
else if (ultimate && GET_CODE (ultimate) != RETURN)
ultimate = XEXP (ultimate, 0);
if (ultimate && JUMP_LABEL(insn) != ultimate)
changed |= redirect_jump (insn, ultimate);
}
}
#endif
#if 0
/* @@ This needs a bit of work before it will be right.
Any type of comparison can be accepted for the first and
second compare. When rewriting the first jump, we must
compute the what conditions can reach label3, and use the
appropriate code. We can not simply reverse/swap the code
of the first jump. In some cases, the second jump must be
rewritten also.
For example,
< == converts to > ==
< != converts to == >
etc.
If the code is written to only accept an '==' test for the second
compare, then all that needs to be done is to swap the condition
of the first branch.
It is questionable whether we want this optimization anyways,
since if the user wrote code like this because he/she knew that
the jump to label1 is taken most of the time, then rewriting
this gives slower code. */
/* @@ This should call get_condition to find the values being
compared, instead of looking for a COMPARE insn when HAVE_cc0
is not defined. This would allow it to work on the m88k. */
/* @@ This optimization is only safe before cse is run if HAVE_cc0
is not defined and the condition is tested by a separate compare
insn. This is because the code below assumes that the result
of the compare dies in the following branch. */
/* Simplify test a ~= b
condjump label1;
test a == b
condjump label2;
jump label3;
label1:
rewriting as
test a ~~= b
condjump label3
test a == b
condjump label2
label1:
where ~= is an inequality, e.g. >, and ~~= is the swapped
inequality, e.g. <.
We recognize this case scanning backwards.
TEMP is the conditional jump to `label2';
TEMP1 is the test for `a == b';
TEMP2 is the conditional jump to `label1';
TEMP3 is the test for `a ~= b'. */
else if (this_is_simplejump
&& (temp = prev_active_insn (insn))
&& no_labels_between_p (temp, insn)
&& condjump_p (temp)
&& (temp1 = prev_active_insn (temp))
&& no_labels_between_p (temp1, temp)
&& GET_CODE (temp1) == INSN
&& GET_CODE (PATTERN (temp1)) == SET
#ifdef HAVE_cc0
&& sets_cc0_p (PATTERN (temp1)) == 1
#else
&& GET_CODE (SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp1))) == COMPARE
&& GET_CODE (SET_DEST (PATTERN (temp1))) == REG
&& (temp == find_next_ref (SET_DEST (PATTERN (temp1)), temp1))
#endif
&& (temp2 = prev_active_insn (temp1))
&& no_labels_between_p (temp2, temp1)
&& condjump_p (temp2)
&& JUMP_LABEL (temp2) == next_nonnote_insn (NEXT_INSN (insn))
&& (temp3 = prev_active_insn (temp2))
&& no_labels_between_p (temp3, temp2)
&& GET_CODE (PATTERN (temp3)) == SET
&& rtx_equal_p (SET_DEST (PATTERN (temp3)),
SET_DEST (PATTERN (temp1)))
&& rtx_equal_p (SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp1)),
SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp3)))
&& ! inequality_comparisons_p (PATTERN (temp))
&& inequality_comparisons_p (PATTERN (temp2)))
{
rtx fallthrough_label = JUMP_LABEL (temp2);
++LABEL_NUSES (fallthrough_label);
if (swap_jump (temp2, JUMP_LABEL (insn)))
{
delete_insn (insn);
changed = 1;
}
if (--LABEL_NUSES (fallthrough_label) == 0)
delete_insn (fallthrough_label);
}
#endif
/* Simplify if (...) {... x = 1;} if (x) ...
We recognize this case backwards.
TEMP is the test of `x';
TEMP1 is the assignment to `x' at the end of the
previous statement. */
/* @@ This should call get_condition to find the values being
compared, instead of looking for a COMPARE insn when HAVE_cc0
is not defined. This would allow it to work on the m88k. */
/* @@ This optimization is only safe before cse is run if HAVE_cc0
is not defined and the condition is tested by a separate compare
insn. This is because the code below assumes that the result
of the compare dies in the following branch. */
/* ??? This has to be turned off. The problem is that the
unconditional jump might indirectly end up branching to the
label between TEMP1 and TEMP. We can't detect this, in general,
since it may become a jump to there after further optimizations.
If that jump is done, it will be deleted, so we will retry
this optimization in the next pass, thus an infinite loop.
The present code prevents this by putting the jump after the
label, but this is not logically correct. */
#if 0
else if (this_is_condjump
/* Safe to skip USE and CLOBBER insns here
since they will not be deleted. */
&& (temp = prev_active_insn (insn))
&& no_labels_between_p (temp, insn)
&& GET_CODE (temp) == INSN
&& GET_CODE (PATTERN (temp)) == SET
#ifdef HAVE_cc0
&& sets_cc0_p (PATTERN (temp)) == 1
&& GET_CODE (SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp))) == REG
#else
/* Temp must be a compare insn, we can not accept a register
to register move here, since it may not be simply a
tst insn. */
&& GET_CODE (SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp))) == COMPARE
&& XEXP (SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp)), 1) == const0_rtx
&& GET_CODE (XEXP (SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp)), 0)) == REG
&& GET_CODE (SET_DEST (PATTERN (temp))) == REG
&& insn == find_next_ref (SET_DEST (PATTERN (temp)), temp)
#endif
/* May skip USE or CLOBBER insns here
for checking for opportunity, since we
take care of them later. */
&& (temp1 = prev_active_insn (temp))
&& GET_CODE (temp1) == INSN
&& GET_CODE (PATTERN (temp1)) == SET
#ifdef HAVE_cc0
&& SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp)) == SET_DEST (PATTERN (temp1))
#else
&& (XEXP (SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp)), 0)
== SET_DEST (PATTERN (temp1)))
#endif
&& CONSTANT_P (SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp1)))
/* If this isn't true, cse will do the job. */
&& ! no_labels_between_p (temp1, temp))
{
/* Get the if_then_else from the condjump. */
rtx choice = SET_SRC (PATTERN (insn));
if (GET_CODE (choice) == IF_THEN_ELSE
&& (GET_CODE (XEXP (choice, 0)) == EQ
|| GET_CODE (XEXP (choice, 0)) == NE))
{
int want_nonzero = (GET_CODE (XEXP (choice, 0)) == NE);
rtx last_insn;
rtx ultimate;
rtx p;
/* Get the place that condjump will jump to
if it is reached from here. */
if ((SET_SRC (PATTERN (temp1)) != const0_rtx)
== want_nonzero)
ultimate = XEXP (choice, 1);
else
ultimate = XEXP (choice, 2);
/* Get it as a CODE_LABEL. */
if (ultimate == pc_rtx)
ultimate = get_label_after (insn);
else
/* Get the label out of the LABEL_REF. */
ultimate = XEXP (ultimate, 0);
/* Insert the jump immediately before TEMP, specifically
after the label that is between TEMP1 and TEMP. */
last_insn = PREV_INSN (temp);
/* If we would be branching to the next insn, the jump
would immediately be deleted and the re-inserted in
a subsequent pass over the code. So don't do anything
in that case. */
if (next_active_insn (last_insn)
!= next_active_insn (ultimate))
{
emit_barrier_after (last_insn);
p = emit_jump_insn_after (gen_jump (ultimate),
last_insn);
JUMP_LABEL (p) = ultimate;
++LABEL_NUSES (ultimate);
if (INSN_UID (ultimate) < max_jump_chain
&& INSN_CODE (p) < max_jump_chain)
{
jump_chain[INSN_UID (p)]
= jump_chain[INSN_UID (ultimate)];
jump_chain[INSN_UID (ultimate)] = p;
}
changed = 1;
continue;
}
}
}
#endif
/* Detect a conditional jump going to the same place
as an immediately following unconditional jump. */
else if (this_is_condjump
&& (temp = next_active_insn (insn)) != 0
&& simplejump_p (temp)
&& (next_active_insn (JUMP_LABEL (insn))
== next_active_insn (JUMP_LABEL (temp))))
{
rtx tem = temp;
/* ??? Optional. Disables some optimizations, but makes
gcov output more accurate with -O. */
if (flag_test_coverage && !reload_completed)
for (tem = insn; tem != temp; tem = NEXT_INSN (tem))
if (GET_CODE (tem) == NOTE && NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (tem) > 0)
break;
if (tem == temp)
{
delete_jump (insn);
changed = 1;
continue;
}
}
/* Detect a conditional jump jumping over an unconditional jump. */
else if ((this_is_condjump || this_is_condjump_in_parallel)
&& ! this_is_simplejump
&& reallabelprev != 0
&& GET_CODE (reallabelprev) == JUMP_INSN
&& prev_active_insn (reallabelprev) == insn
&& no_labels_between_p (insn, reallabelprev)
&& simplejump_p (reallabelprev))
{
/* When we invert the unconditional jump, we will be
decrementing the usage count of its old label.
Make sure that we don't delete it now because that
might cause the following code to be deleted. */
rtx prev_uses = prev_nonnote_insn (reallabelprev);
rtx prev_label = JUMP_LABEL (insn);
if (prev_label)
++LABEL_NUSES (prev_label);
if (invert_jump (insn, JUMP_LABEL (reallabelprev)))
{
/* It is very likely that if there are USE insns before
this jump, they hold REG_DEAD notes. These REG_DEAD
notes are no longer valid due to this optimization,
and will cause the life-analysis that following passes
(notably delayed-branch scheduling) to think that
these registers are dead when they are not.
To prevent this trouble, we just remove the USE insns
from the insn chain. */
while (prev_uses && GET_CODE (prev_uses) == INSN
&& GET_CODE (PATTERN (prev_uses)) == USE)
{
rtx useless = prev_uses;
prev_uses = prev_nonnote_insn (prev_uses);
delete_insn (useless);
}
delete_insn (reallabelprev);
next = insn;
changed = 1;
}
/* We can now safely delete the label if it is unreferenced
since the delete_insn above has deleted the BARRIER. */
if (prev_label && --LABEL_NUSES (prev_label) == 0)
delete_insn (prev_label);
continue;
}
else
{
/* Detect a jump to a jump. */
nlabel = follow_jumps (JUMP_LABEL (insn));
if (nlabel != JUMP_LABEL (insn)
&& redirect_jump (insn, nlabel))
{
changed = 1;
next = insn;
}
/* Look for if (foo) bar; else break; */
/* The insns look like this:
insn = condjump label1;
...range1 (some insns)...
jump label2;
label1:
...range2 (some insns)...
jump somewhere unconditionally
label2: */
{
rtx label1 = next_label (insn);
rtx range1end = label1 ? prev_active_insn (label1) : 0;
/* Don't do this optimization on the first round, so that
jump-around-a-jump gets simplified before we ask here
whether a jump is unconditional.
Also don't do it when we are called after reload since
it will confuse reorg. */
if (! first
&& (reload_completed ? ! flag_delayed_branch : 1)
/* Make sure INSN is something we can invert. */
&& condjump_p (insn)
&& label1 != 0
&& JUMP_LABEL (insn) == label1
&& LABEL_NUSES (label1) == 1
&& GET_CODE (range1end) == JUMP_INSN
&& simplejump_p (range1end))
{
rtx label2 = next_label (label1);
rtx range2end = label2 ? prev_active_insn (label2) : 0;
if (range1end != range2end
&& JUMP_LABEL (range1end) == label2
&& GET_CODE (range2end) == JUMP_INSN
&& GET_CODE (NEXT_INSN (range2end)) == BARRIER
/* Invert the jump condition, so we
still execute the same insns in each case. */
&& invert_jump (insn, label1))
{
rtx range1beg = next_active_insn (insn);
rtx range2beg = next_active_insn (label1);
rtx range1after, range2after;
rtx range1before, range2before;
rtx rangenext;
/* Include in each range any notes before it, to be
sure that we get the line number note if any, even
if there are other notes here. */
while (PREV_INSN (range1beg)
&& GET_CODE (PREV_INSN (range1beg)) == NOTE)
range1beg = PREV_INSN (range1beg);
while (PREV_INSN (range2beg)
&& GET_CODE (PREV_INSN (range2beg)) == NOTE)
range2beg = PREV_INSN (range2beg);
/* Don't move NOTEs for blocks or loops; shift them
outside the ranges, where they'll stay put. */
range1beg = squeeze_notes (range1beg, range1end);
range2beg = squeeze_notes (range2beg, range2end);
/* Get current surrounds of the 2 ranges. */
range1before = PREV_INSN (range1beg);
range2before = PREV_INSN (range2beg);
range1after = NEXT_INSN (range1end);
range2after = NEXT_INSN (range2end);
/* Splice range2 where range1 was. */
NEXT_INSN (range1before) = range2beg;
PREV_INSN (range2beg) = range1before;
NEXT_INSN (range2end) = range1after;
PREV_INSN (range1after) = range2end;
/* Splice range1 where range2 was. */
NEXT_INSN (range2before) = range1beg;
PREV_INSN (range1beg) = range2before;
NEXT_INSN (range1end) = range2after;
PREV_INSN (range2after) = range1end;
/* Check for a loop end note between the end of
range2, and the next code label. If there is one,
then what we have really seen is
if (foo) break; end_of_loop;
and moved the break sequence outside the loop.
We must move the LOOP_END note to where the
loop really ends now, or we will confuse loop
optimization. Stop if we find a LOOP_BEG note
first, since we don't want to move the LOOP_END
note in that case. */
for (;range2after != label2; range2after = rangenext)
{
rangenext = NEXT_INSN (range2after);
if (GET_CODE (range2after) == NOTE)
{
if (NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (range2after)
== NOTE_INSN_LOOP_END)
{
NEXT_INSN (PREV_INSN (range2after))
= rangenext;
PREV_INSN (rangenext)
= PREV_INSN (range2after);
PREV_INSN (range2after)
= PREV_INSN (range1beg);
NEXT_INSN (range2after) = range1beg;
NEXT_INSN (PREV_INSN (range1beg))
= range2after;
PREV_INSN (range1beg) = range2after;
}
else if (NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (range2after)
== NOTE_INSN_LOOP_BEG)
break;
}
}
changed = 1;
continue;
}
}
}
/* Now that the jump has been tensioned,
try cross jumping: check for identical code
before the jump and before its target label. */
/* First, cross jumping of conditional jumps: */
if (cross_jump && condjump_p (insn))
{
rtx newjpos, newlpos;
rtx x = prev_real_insn (JUMP_LABEL (insn));
/* A conditional jump may be crossjumped
only if the place it jumps to follows
an opposing jump that comes back here. */
if (x != 0 && ! jump_back_p (x, insn))
/* We have no opposing jump;
cannot cross jump this insn. */
x = 0;
newjpos = 0;
/* TARGET is nonzero if it is ok to cross jump
to code before TARGET. If so, see if matches. */
if (x != 0)
find_cross_jump (insn, x, 2,
&newjpos, &newlpos);
if (newjpos != 0)
{
do_cross_jump (insn, newjpos, newlpos);
/* Make the old conditional jump
into an unconditional one. */
SET_SRC (PATTERN (insn))
= gen_rtx (LABEL_REF, VOIDmode, JUMP_LABEL (insn));
INSN_CODE (insn) = -1;
emit_barrier_after (insn);
/* Add to jump_chain unless this is a new label
whose UID is too large. */
if (INSN_UID (JUMP_LABEL (insn)) < max_jump_chain)
{
jump_chain[INSN_UID (insn)]
= jump_chain[INSN_UID (JUMP_LABEL (insn))];
jump_chain[INSN_UID (JUMP_LABEL (insn))] = insn;
}
changed = 1;
next = insn;
}
}
/* Cross jumping of unconditional jumps:
a few differences. */
if (cross_jump && simplejump_p (insn))
{
rtx newjpos, newlpos;
rtx target;
newjpos = 0;
/* TARGET is nonzero if it is ok to cross jump
to code before TARGET. If so, see if matches. */
find_cross_jump (insn, JUMP_LABEL (insn), 1,
&newjpos, &newlpos);
/* If cannot cross jump to code before the label,
see if we can cross jump to another jump to
the same label. */
/* Try each other jump to this label. */
if (INSN_UID (JUMP_LABEL (insn)) < max_uid)
for (target = jump_chain[INSN_UID (JUMP_LABEL (insn))];
target != 0 && newjpos == 0;
target = jump_chain[INSN_UID (target)])
if (target != insn
&& JUMP_LABEL (target) == JUMP_LABEL (insn)
/* Ignore TARGET if it's deleted. */
&& ! INSN_DELETED_P (target))
find_cross_jump (insn, target, 2,
&newjpos, &newlpos);
if (newjpos != 0)
{
do_cross_jump (insn, newjpos, newlpos);
changed = 1;
next = insn;
}
}
/* This code was dead in the previous jump.c! */
if (cross_jump && GET_CODE (PATTERN (insn)) == RETURN)
{
/* Return insns all "jump to the same place"
so we can cross-jump between any two of them. */
rtx newjpos, newlpos, target;
newjpos = 0;
/* If cannot cross jump to code before the label,
see if we can cross jump to another jump to
the same label. */
/* Try each other jump to this label. */
for (target = jump_chain[0];
target != 0 && newjpos == 0;
target = jump_chain[INSN_UID (target)])
if (target != insn
&& ! INSN_DELETED_P (target)
&& GET_CODE (PATTERN (target)) == RETURN)
find_cross_jump (insn, target, 2,
&newjpos, &newlpos);
if (newjpos != 0)
{
do_cross_jump (insn, newjpos, newlpos);
changed = 1;
next = insn;
}
}
}
}
first = 0;
}
/* Delete extraneous line number notes.
Note that two consecutive notes for different lines are not really
extraneous. There should be some indication where that line belonged,
even if it became empty. */
{
rtx last_note = 0;
for (insn = f; insn; insn = NEXT_INSN (insn))
if (GET_CODE (insn) == NOTE && NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) >= 0)
{
/* Delete this note if it is identical to previous note. */
if (last_note
&& NOTE_SOURCE_FILE (insn) == NOTE_SOURCE_FILE (last_note)
&& NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) == NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (last_note))
{
delete_insn (insn);
continue;
}
last_note = insn;
}
}
#ifdef HAVE_return
if (HAVE_return)
{
/* If we fall through to the epilogue, see if we can insert a RETURN insn
in front of it. If the machine allows it at this point (we might be
after reload for a leaf routine), it will improve optimization for it
to be there. We do this both here and at the start of this pass since
the RETURN might have been deleted by some of our optimizations. */
insn = get_last_insn ();
while (insn && GET_CODE (insn) == NOTE)
insn = PREV_INSN (insn);
if (insn && GET_CODE (insn) != BARRIER)
{
emit_jump_insn (gen_return ());
emit_barrier ();
}
}
#endif
/* See if there is still a NOTE_INSN_FUNCTION_END in this function.
If so, delete it, and record that this function can drop off the end. */
insn = last_insn;
{
int n_labels = 1;
while (insn
/* One label can follow the end-note: the return label. */
&& ((GET_CODE (insn) == CODE_LABEL && n_labels-- > 0)
/* Ordinary insns can follow it if returning a structure. */
|| GET_CODE (insn) == INSN
/* If machine uses explicit RETURN insns, no epilogue,
then one of them follows the note. */
|| (GET_CODE (insn) == JUMP_INSN
&& GET_CODE (PATTERN (insn)) == RETURN)
/* A barrier can follow the return insn. */
|| GET_CODE (insn) == BARRIER
/* Other kinds of notes can follow also. */
|| (GET_CODE (insn) == NOTE
&& NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) != NOTE_INSN_FUNCTION_END)))
insn = PREV_INSN (insn);
}
/* Report if control can fall through at the end of the function. */
if (insn && GET_CODE (insn) == NOTE
&& NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) == NOTE_INSN_FUNCTION_END)
{
can_reach_end = 1;
delete_insn (insn);
}
/* Show JUMP_CHAIN no longer valid. */
jump_chain = 0;
}
/* LOOP_START is a NOTE_INSN_LOOP_BEG note that is followed by an unconditional
jump. Assume that this unconditional jump is to the exit test code. If
the code is sufficiently simple, make a copy of it before INSN,
followed by a jump to the exit of the loop. Then delete the unconditional
jump after INSN.
Return 1 if we made the change, else 0.
This is only safe immediately after a regscan pass because it uses the
values of regno_first_uid and regno_last_uid. */
static int
duplicate_loop_exit_test (loop_start)
rtx loop_start;
{
rtx insn, set, reg, p, link;
rtx copy = 0;
int num_insns = 0;
rtx exitcode = NEXT_INSN (JUMP_LABEL (next_nonnote_insn (loop_start)));
rtx lastexit;
int max_reg = max_reg_num ();
rtx *reg_map = 0;
/* Scan the exit code. We do not perform this optimization if any insn:
is a CALL_INSN
is a CODE_LABEL
has a REG_RETVAL or REG_LIBCALL note (hard to adjust)
is a NOTE_INSN_LOOP_BEG because this means we have a nested loop
is a NOTE_INSN_BLOCK_{BEG,END} because duplicating these notes
are not valid
Also, don't do this if the exit code is more than 20 insns. */
for (insn = exitcode;
insn
&& ! (GET_CODE (insn) == NOTE
&& NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) == NOTE_INSN_LOOP_END);
insn = NEXT_INSN (insn))
{
switch (GET_CODE (insn))
{
case CODE_LABEL:
case CALL_INSN:
return 0;
case NOTE:
/* We could be in front of the wrong NOTE_INSN_LOOP_END if there is
a jump immediately after the loop start that branches outside
the loop but within an outer loop, near the exit test.
If we copied this exit test and created a phony
NOTE_INSN_LOOP_VTOP, this could make instructions immediately
before the exit test look like these could be safely moved
out of the loop even if they actually may be never executed.
This can be avoided by checking here for NOTE_INSN_LOOP_CONT. */
if (NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) == NOTE_INSN_LOOP_BEG
|| NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) == NOTE_INSN_BLOCK_BEG
|| NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) == NOTE_INSN_BLOCK_END
|| NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) == NOTE_INSN_LOOP_CONT)
return 0;
break;
case JUMP_INSN:
case INSN:
if (++num_insns > 20
|| find_reg_note (insn, REG_RETVAL, NULL_RTX)
|| find_reg_note (insn, REG_LIBCALL, NULL_RTX))
return 0;
break;
default:
break;
}
}
/* Unless INSN is zero, we can do the optimization. */
if (insn == 0)
return 0;
lastexit = insn;
/* See if any insn sets a register only used in the loop exit code and
not a user variable. If so, replace it with a new register. */
for (insn = exitcode; insn != lastexit; insn = NEXT_INSN (insn))
if (GET_CODE (insn) == INSN
&& (set = single_set (insn)) != 0
&& ((reg = SET_DEST (set), GET_CODE (reg) == REG)
|| (GET_CODE (reg) == SUBREG
&& (reg = SUBREG_REG (reg), GET_CODE (reg) == REG)))
&& REGNO (reg) >= FIRST_PSEUDO_REGISTER
&& REGNO_FIRST_UID (REGNO (reg)) == INSN_UID (insn))
{
for (p = NEXT_INSN (insn); p != lastexit; p = NEXT_INSN (p))
if (REGNO_LAST_UID (REGNO (reg)) == INSN_UID (p))
break;
if (p != lastexit)
{
/* We can do the replacement. Allocate reg_map if this is the
first replacement we found. */
if (reg_map == 0)
{
reg_map = (rtx *) alloca (max_reg * sizeof (rtx));
bzero ((char *) reg_map, max_reg * sizeof (rtx));
}
REG_LOOP_TEST_P (reg) = 1;
reg_map[REGNO (reg)] = gen_reg_rtx (GET_MODE (reg));
}
}
/* Now copy each insn. */
for (insn = exitcode; insn != lastexit; insn = NEXT_INSN (insn))
switch (GET_CODE (insn))
{
case BARRIER:
copy = emit_barrier_before (loop_start);
break;
case NOTE:
/* Only copy line-number notes. */
if (NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) >= 0)
{
copy = emit_note_before (NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn), loop_start);
NOTE_SOURCE_FILE (copy) = NOTE_SOURCE_FILE (insn);
}
break;
case INSN:
copy = emit_insn_before (copy_rtx (PATTERN (insn)), loop_start);
if (reg_map)
replace_regs (PATTERN (copy), reg_map, max_reg, 1);
mark_jump_label (PATTERN (copy), copy, 0);
/* Copy all REG_NOTES except REG_LABEL since mark_jump_label will
make them. */
for (link = REG_NOTES (insn); link; link = XEXP (link, 1))
if (REG_NOTE_KIND (link) != REG_LABEL)
REG_NOTES (copy)
= copy_rtx (gen_rtx (EXPR_LIST, REG_NOTE_KIND (link),
XEXP (link, 0), REG_NOTES (copy)));
if (reg_map && REG_NOTES (copy))
replace_regs (REG_NOTES (copy), reg_map, max_reg, 1);
break;
case JUMP_INSN:
copy = emit_jump_insn_before (copy_rtx (PATTERN (insn)), loop_start);
if (reg_map)
replace_regs (PATTERN (copy), reg_map, max_reg, 1);
mark_jump_label (PATTERN (copy), copy, 0);
if (REG_NOTES (insn))
{
REG_NOTES (copy) = copy_rtx (REG_NOTES (insn));
if (reg_map)
replace_regs (REG_NOTES (copy), reg_map, max_reg, 1);
}
/* If this is a simple jump, add it to the jump chain. */
if (INSN_UID (copy) < max_jump_chain && JUMP_LABEL (copy)
&& simplejump_p (copy))
{
jump_chain[INSN_UID (copy)]
= jump_chain[INSN_UID (JUMP_LABEL (copy))];
jump_chain[INSN_UID (JUMP_LABEL (copy))] = copy;
}
break;
default:
abort ();
}
/* Now clean up by emitting a jump to the end label and deleting the jump
at the start of the loop. */
if (! copy || GET_CODE (copy) != BARRIER)
{
copy = emit_jump_insn_before (gen_jump (get_label_after (insn)),
loop_start);
mark_jump_label (PATTERN (copy), copy, 0);
if (INSN_UID (copy) < max_jump_chain
&& INSN_UID (JUMP_LABEL (copy)) < max_jump_chain)
{
jump_chain[INSN_UID (copy)]
= jump_chain[INSN_UID (JUMP_LABEL (copy))];
jump_chain[INSN_UID (JUMP_LABEL (copy))] = copy;
}
emit_barrier_before (loop_start);
}
/* Mark the exit code as the virtual top of the converted loop. */
emit_note_before (NOTE_INSN_LOOP_VTOP, exitcode);
delete_insn (next_nonnote_insn (loop_start));
return 1;
}
/* Move all block-beg, block-end, loop-beg, loop-cont, loop-vtop, and
loop-end notes between START and END out before START. Assume that
END is not such a note. START may be such a note. Returns the value
of the new starting insn, which may be different if the original start
was such a note. */
rtx
squeeze_notes (start, end)
rtx start, end;
{
rtx insn;
rtx next;
for (insn = start; insn != end; insn = next)
{
next = NEXT_INSN (insn);
if (GET_CODE (insn) == NOTE
&& (NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) == NOTE_INSN_BLOCK_END
|| NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) == NOTE_INSN_BLOCK_BEG
|| NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) == NOTE_INSN_LOOP_BEG
|| NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) == NOTE_INSN_LOOP_END
|| NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) == NOTE_INSN_LOOP_CONT
|| NOTE_LINE_NUMBER (insn) == NOTE_INSN_LOOP_VTOP))
{
if (insn == start)
start = next;
else
{
rtx prev = PREV_INSN (insn);
PREV_INSN (insn) = PREV_INSN (start);
NEXT_INSN (insn) = start;
NEXT_INSN (PREV_INSN (insn)) = insn;
PREV_INSN (NEXT_INSN (insn)) = insn;
NEXT_INSN (prev) = next;
PREV_INSN (next) = prev;
}
}
}
return start;
}
/* Compare the instructions before insn E1 with those before E2
to find an opportunity for cross jumping.
(This means detecting identical sequences of insns followed by
jumps to the same place, or followed by a label and a jump
to that label, and replacing one with a jump to the other.)
Assume E1 is a jump that jumps to label E2
(that is not always true but it might as well be).
Find the longest possible equivalent sequences
and store the first insns of those sequences into *F1 and *F2.
Store zero there if no equivalent preceding instructions are found.
We give up if we find a label in stream 1.
Actually we could transfer that label into stream 2. */
static void
find_cross_jump (e1, e2, minimum, f1, f2)
rtx e1, e2;
int minimum;
rtx *f1, *f2;
{
register rtx i1 = e1, i2 = e2;
register rtx p1, p2;
int lose = 0;
rtx last1 = 0, last2 = 0;
rtx afterlast1 = 0, afterlast2 = 0;
rtx prev1;
*f1 = 0;
*f2 = 0;
while (1)
{
i1 = prev_nonnote_insn (i1);
i2 = PREV_INSN (i2);
while (i2 && (GET_CODE (i2) == NOTE || GET_CODE (i2) == CODE_LABEL))
i2 = PREV_INSN (i2);
if (i1 == 0)
break;
/* Don't allow the range of insns preceding E1 or E2
to include the other (E2 or E1). */
if (i2 == e1 || i1 == e2)
break;
/* If we will get to this code by jumping, those jumps will be
tensioned to go directly to the new label (before I2),
so this cross-jumping won't cost extra. So reduce the minimum. */
if (GET_CODE (i1) == CODE_LABEL)
{
--minimum;
break;
}
if (i2 == 0 || GET_CODE (i1) != GET_CODE (i2))
break;
p1 = PATTERN (i1);
p2 = PATTERN (i2);
/* If this is a CALL_INSN, compare register usage information.
If we don't check this on stack register machines, the two
CALL_INSNs might be merged leaving reg-stack.c with mismatching
numbers of stack registers in the same basic block.
If we don't check this on machines with delay slots, a delay slot may
be filled that clobbers a parameter expected by the subroutine.
??? We take the simple route for now and assume that if they're
equal, they were constructed identically. */
if (GET_CODE (i1) == CALL_INSN
&& ! rtx_equal_p (CALL_INSN_FUNCTION_USAGE (i1),
CALL_INSN_FUNCTION_USAGE (i2)))
lose = 1;
#ifdef STACK_REGS
/* If cross_jump_death_matters is not 0, the insn's mode
indicates whether or not the insn contains any stack-like
regs. */
if (!lose && cross_jump_death_matters && GET_MODE (i1) == QImode)
{
/* If register stack conversion has already been done, then
death notes must also be compared before it is certain that
the two instruction streams match. */
rtx note;
HARD_REG_SET i1_regset, i2_regset;
CLEAR_HARD_REG_SET (i1_regset);
CLEAR_HARD_REG_SET (i2_regset);
for (note = REG_NOTES (i1); note; note = XEXP (note, 1))
if (REG_NOTE_KIND (note) == REG_DEAD
&& STACK_REG_P (XEXP (note, 0)))
SET_HARD_REG_BIT (i1_regset, REGNO (XEXP (note, 0)));
for (note = REG_NOTES (i2); note; note = XEXP (note, 1))
if (REG_NOTE_KIND (note) == REG_DEAD
&& STACK_REG_P (XEXP (note, 0)))
SET_HARD_REG_BIT (i2_regset, REGNO (XEXP (note, 0)));
GO_IF_HARD_REG_EQUAL (i1_regset, i2_regset, done);
lose = 1;
done:
;
}
#endif
/* Don't allow old-style asm or volatile extended asms to be accepted
for cross jumping purposes. It is conceptually correct to allow
them, since cross-jumping preserves the dynamic instruction order
even though it is changing the static instruction order. However,
if an asm is being used to emit an assembler pseudo-op, such as
the MIPS `.set reorder' pseudo-op, then the static instruction order
matters and it must be preserved. */
if (GET_CODE (p1) == ASM_INPUT || GET_CODE (p2) == ASM_INPUT
|| (GET_CODE (p1) == ASM_OPERANDS && MEM_VOLATILE_P (p1))
|| (GET_CODE (p2) == ASM_OPERANDS && MEM_VOLATILE_P (p2)))
lose = 1;
if (lose || GET_CODE (p1) != GET_CODE (p2)
|| ! rtx_renumbered_equal_p (p1, p2))
{
/* The following code helps take care of G++ cleanups. */
rtx equiv1;
rtx equiv2;
if (!lose && GET_CODE (p1) == GET_CODE (p2)
&& ((equiv1 = find_reg_note (i1, REG_EQUAL, NULL_RTX)) != 0
|| (equiv1 = find_reg_note (i1, REG_EQUIV, NULL_RTX)) != 0)
&& ((equiv2 = find_reg_note (i2, REG_EQUAL, NULL_RTX)) != 0
|| (equiv2 = find_reg_note (i2, REG_EQUIV, NULL_RTX)) != 0)
/* If the equivalences are not to a constant, they may
reference pseudos that no longer exist, so we can't
use them. */
&& CONSTANT_P (XEXP (equiv1, 0))
&& rtx_equal_p (XEXP (equiv1, 0), XEXP (equiv2, 0)))
{
rtx s1 = single_set (i1);
rtx s2 = single_set (i2);
if (s1 != 0 && s2 != 0
&& rtx_renumbered_equal_p (SET_DEST (s1), SET_DEST (s2)))
{
validate_change (i1, &SET_SRC (s1), XEXP (equiv1, 0), 1);
validate_change (i2, &SET_SRC (s2), XEXP (equiv2, 0), 1);
if (! rtx_renumbered_equal_p (p1, p2))
cancel_changes (0);
else if (apply_change_group ())
goto win;
}
}
/* Insns fail to match; cross jumping is limited to the following
insns. */
#ifdef HAVE_cc0
/* Don't allow the insn after a compare to be shared by
cross-jumping unless the compare is also shared.
Here, if either of these non-matching insns is a compare,
exclude the following insn from possible cross-jumping. */
if (sets_cc0_p (p1) || sets_cc0_p (p2))
last1 = afterlast1, last2 = afterlast2, ++minimum;
#endif
/* If cross-jumping here will feed a jump-around-jump
optimization, this jump won't cost extra, so reduce
the minimum. */
if (GET_CODE (i1) == JUMP_INSN
&& JUMP_LABEL (i1)
&& prev_real_insn (JUMP_LABEL (i1)) == e1)
--minimum;
break;
}
win:
if (GET_CODE (p1) != USE && GET_CODE (p1) != CLOBBER)
{
/* Ok, this insn is potentially includable in a cross-jump here. */
afterlast1 = last1, afterlast2 = last2;
last1 = i1, last2 = i2, --minimum;
}
}
if (minimum <= 0 && last1 != 0 && last1 != e1)
*f1 = last1, *f2 = last2;
}
static void
do_cross_jump (insn, newjpos, newlpos)
rtx insn, newjpos, newlpos;
{
/* Find an existing label at this point
or make a new one if there is none. */
register rtx label = get_label_before (newlpos);
/* Make the same jump insn jump to the new point. */
if (GET_CODE (PATTERN (insn)) == RETURN)
{
/* Remove from jump chain of returns. */
delete_from_jump_chain (insn);
/* Change the insn. */
PATTERN (insn) = gen_jump (label);
INSN_CODE (insn) = -1;
JUMP_LABEL (insn) = label;
LABEL_NUSES (label)++;
/* Add to new the jump chain. */
if (INSN_UID (label) < max_jump_chain
&& INSN_UID (insn) < max_jump_chain)
{
jump_chain[INSN_UID (insn)] = jump_chain[INSN_UID (label)];
jump_chain[INSN_UID (label)] = insn;
}
}
else
redirect_jump (insn, label);
/* Delete the matching insns before the jump. Also, remove any REG_EQUAL
or REG_EQUIV note in the NEWLPOS stream that isn't also present in
the NEWJPOS stream. */
while (newjpos != insn)
{
rtx lnote;
for (lnote = REG_NOTES (newlpos); lnote; lnote = XEXP (lnote, 1))
if ((REG_NOTE_KIND (lnote) == REG_EQUAL
|| REG_NOTE_KIND (lnote) == REG_EQUIV)
&& ! find_reg_note (newjpos, REG_EQUAL, XEXP (lnote, 0))
&& ! find_reg_note (newjpos, REG_EQUIV, XEXP (lnote, 0)))
remove_note (newlpos, lnote);
delete_insn (newjpos);
newjpos = next_real_insn (newjpos);
newlpos = next_real_insn (newlpos);
}
}
/* Return the label before INSN, or put a new label there. */
rtx
get_label_before (insn)
rtx insn;
{
rtx label;
/* Find an existing label at this point
or make a new one if there is none. */
label = prev_nonnote_insn (insn);
if (label == 0 || GET_CODE (label) != CODE_LABEL)
{
rtx prev = PREV_INSN (insn);
label = gen_label_rtx ();
emit_label_after (label, prev);
LABEL_NUSES (label) = 0;
}
return label;
}
/* Return the label after INSN, or put a new label there. */
rtx
get_label_after (insn)
rtx insn;
{
rtx label;
/* Find an existing label at this point
or make a new one if there is none. */
label = next_nonnote_insn (insn);
if (label == 0 || GET_CODE (label) != CODE_LABEL)
{
label = gen_label_rtx ();
emit_label_after (label, insn);
LABEL_NUSES (label) = 0;
}
return label;
}
/* Return 1 if INSN is a jump that jumps to right after TARGET
only on the condition that TARGET itself would drop through.
Assumes that TARGET is a conditional jump. */
static int
jump_back_p (insn, target)
rtx insn, target;
{
rtx cinsn, ctarget;
enum rtx_code codei, codet;
if (simplejump_p (insn) || ! condjump_p (insn)
|| simplejump_p (target)
|| target != prev_real_insn (JUMP_LABEL (insn)))
return 0;
cinsn = XEXP (SET_SRC (PATTERN (insn)), 0);
ctarget = XEXP (SET_SRC (PATTERN (target)), 0);
codei = GET_CODE (cinsn);
codet = GET_CODE (ctarget);
if (XEXP (SET_SRC (PATTERN (insn)), 1) == pc_rtx)
{
if (! can_reverse_comparison_p (cinsn, insn))
return 0;
codei = reverse_condition (codei);
}
if (XEXP (SET_SRC (PATTERN (target)), 2) == pc_rtx)
{
if (! can_reverse_comparison_p (ctarget, target))
return 0;
codet = reverse_condition (codet);
}
return (codei == codet
&& rtx_renumbered_equal_p (XEXP (cinsn, 0), XEXP (ctarget, 0))
&& rtx_renumbered_equal_p (XEXP (cinsn, 1), XEXP (ctarget, 1)));
}
/* Given a comparison, COMPARISON, inside a conditional jump insn, INSN,
return non-zero if it is safe to reverse this comparison. It is if our
floating-point is not IEEE, if this is an NE or EQ comparison, or if
this is known to be an integer comparison. */
int
can_reverse_comparison_p (comparison, insn)
rtx comparison;
rtx insn;
{
rtx arg0;
/* If this is not actually a comparison, we can't reverse it. */
if (GET_RTX_CLASS (GET_CODE (comparison)) != '<')
return 0;
if (TARGET_FLOAT_FORMAT != IEEE_FLOAT_FORMAT
/* If this is an NE comparison, it is safe to reverse it to an EQ
comparison and vice versa, even for floating point. If no operands
are NaNs, the reversal is valid. If some operand is a NaN, EQ is
always false and NE is always true, so the reversal is also valid. */
|| flag_fast_math
|| GET_CODE (comparison) == NE
|| GET_CODE (comparison) == EQ)
return 1;
arg0 = XEXP (comparison, 0);
/* Make sure ARG0 is one of the actual objects being compared. If we
can't do this, we can't be sure the comparison can be reversed.
Handle cc0 and a MODE_CC register. */
if ((GET_CODE (arg0) == REG && GET_MODE_CLASS (GET_MODE (arg0)) == MODE_CC)
#ifdef HAVE_cc0
|| arg0 == cc0_rtx
#endif
)
{
rtx prev = prev_nonnote_insn (insn);
rtx set = single_set (prev);
if (set == 0 || SET_DEST (set) != arg0)
return 0;
arg0 = SET_SRC (set);
if (GET_CODE (arg0) == COMPARE)
arg0 = XEXP (arg0, 0);
}
/* We can reverse this if ARG0 is a CONST_INT or if its mode is
not VOIDmode and neither a MODE_CC nor MODE_FLOAT type. */
return (GET_CODE (arg0) == CONST_INT
|| (GET_MODE (arg0) != VOIDmode
&& GET_MODE_CLASS (GET_MODE (arg0)) != MODE_CC
&& GET_MODE_CLASS (GET_MODE (arg0)) != MODE_FLOAT));
}
/* Given an rtx-code for a comparison, return the code
for the negated comparison.
WATCH OUT! reverse_condition is not safe to use on a jump
that might be acting on the results of an IEEE floating point comparison,
because of the special treatment of non-signaling nans in comparisons.
Use can_reverse_comparison_p to be sure. */
enum rtx_code
reverse_condition (code)
enum rtx_code code;
{
switch (code)
{
case EQ:
return NE;
case NE:
return EQ;
case GT:
return LE;
case GE:
return LT;
case LT:
return GE;
case LE:
return GT;
case GTU:
return LEU;
case GEU:
return LTU;
case LTU:
return GEU;
case LEU:
return GTU;
default:
abort ();
return UNKNOWN;
}
}
/* Similar, but return the code when two operands of a comparison are swapped.
This IS safe for IEEE floating-point. */
enum rtx_code
swap_condition (code)
enum rtx_code code;
{
switch (code)
{
case EQ:
case NE:
return code;
case GT:
return LT;
case GE:
return LE;
case LT:
return GT;
case LE:
return GE;
case GTU:
return LTU;
case GEU:
return LEU;
case LTU:
return GTU;
case LEU:
return GEU;
default:
abort ();
return UNKNOWN;
}
}
/* Given a comparison CODE, return the corresponding unsigned comparison.
If CODE is an equality comparison or already an unsigned comparison,
CODE is returned. */
enum rtx_code
unsigned_condition (code)
enum rtx_code code;
{
switch (code)
{
case EQ:
case NE:
case GTU:
case GEU:
case LTU:
case LEU:
return code;
case GT:
return GTU;
case GE:
return GEU;
case LT:
return LTU;
case LE:
return LEU;
default:
abort ();
}
}
/* Similarly, return the signed version of a comparison. */
enum rtx_code
signed_condition (code)
enum rtx_code code;
{
switch (code)
{
case EQ:
case NE:
case GT:
case GE:
case LT:
case LE:
return code;
case GTU:
return GT;
case GEU:
return GE;
case LTU:
return LT;
case LEU:
return LE;
default:
abort ();
}
}
/* Return non-zero if CODE1 is more strict than CODE2, i.e., if the
truth of CODE1 implies the truth of CODE2. */
int
comparison_dominates_p (code1, code2)
enum rtx_code code1, code2;
{
if (code1 == code2)
return 1;
switch (code1)
{
case EQ:
if (code2 == LE || code2 == LEU || code2 == GE || code2 == GEU)
return 1;
break;
case LT:
if (code2 == LE || code2 == NE