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/* Loop optimization definitions for GNU C-Compiler
Copyright (C) 1991, 1995 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GNU CC.
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Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA. */
/* Get the luid of an insn. Catch the error of trying to reference the LUID
of an insn added during loop, since these don't have LUIDs. */
#define INSN_LUID(INSN) \
(INSN_UID (INSN) < max_uid_for_loop ? uid_luid[INSN_UID (INSN)] \
: (abort (), -1))
/* A "basic induction variable" or biv is a pseudo reg that is set
(within this loop) only by incrementing or decrementing it. */
/* A "general induction variable" or giv is a pseudo reg whose
value is a linear function of a biv. */
/* Bivs are recognized by `basic_induction_var';
Givs by `general_induct_var'. */
/* An enum for the two different types of givs, those that are used
as memory addresses and those that are calculated into registers. */
enum g_types { DEST_ADDR, DEST_REG };
/* A `struct induction' is created for every instruction that sets
an induction variable (either a biv or a giv). */
struct induction
rtx insn; /* The insn that sets a biv or giv */
rtx new_reg; /* New register, containing strength reduced
version of this giv. */
rtx src_reg; /* Biv from which this giv is computed.
(If this is a biv, then this is the biv.) */
enum g_types giv_type; /* Indicate whether DEST_ADDR or DEST_REG */
rtx dest_reg; /* Destination register for insn: this is the
register which was the biv or giv.
For a biv, this equals src_reg.
For a DEST_ADDR type giv, this is 0. */
rtx *location; /* Place in the insn where this giv occurs.
If GIV_TYPE is DEST_REG, this is 0. */
enum machine_mode mode; /* The mode of this biv or giv */
enum machine_mode mem_mode; /* For DEST_ADDR, mode of the memory object. */
rtx mult_val; /* Multiplicative factor for src_reg. */
rtx add_val; /* Additive constant for that product. */
int benefit; /* Gain from eliminating this insn. */
rtx final_value; /* If the giv is used outside the loop, and its
final value could be calculated, it is put
here, and the giv is made replaceable. Set
the giv to this value before the loop. */
unsigned replaceable : 1; /* 1 if we can substitute the strength-reduced
variable for the original variable.
0 means they must be kept separate and the
new one must be copied into the old pseudo
reg each time the old one is set. */
unsigned not_replaceable : 1; /* Used to prevent duplicating work. This is
1 if we know that the giv definitely can
not be made replaceable, in which case we
don't bother checking the variable again
even if further info is available.
Both this and the above can be zero. */
unsigned ignore : 1; /* 1 prohibits further processing of giv */
unsigned always_computable : 1;/* 1 if this value is computable every
iteration. */
unsigned always_executed : 1; /* 1 if this set occurs each iteration. */
unsigned maybe_multiple : 1; /* Only used for a biv and 1 if this biv
update may be done multiple times per
iteration. */
unsigned cant_derive : 1; /* For giv's, 1 if this giv cannot derive
another giv. This occurs in many cases
where a giv's lifetime spans an update to
a biv. */
unsigned combined_with : 1; /* 1 if this giv has been combined with. It
then cannot combine with any other giv. */
unsigned maybe_dead : 1; /* 1 if this giv might be dead. In that case,
we won't use it to eliminate a biv, it
would probably lose. */
unsigned auto_inc_opt : 1; /* 1 if this giv had its increment output next
to it to try to form an auto-inc address. */
int lifetime; /* Length of life of this giv */
int times_used; /* # times this giv is used. */
rtx derive_adjustment; /* If nonzero, is an adjustment to be
subtracted from add_val when this giv
derives another. This occurs when the
giv spans a biv update by incrementation. */
struct induction *next_iv; /* For givs, links together all givs that are
based on the same biv. For bivs, links
together all biv entries that refer to the
same biv register. */
struct induction *same; /* If this giv has been combined with another
giv, this points to the base giv. The base
giv will have COMBINED_WITH non-zero. */
HOST_WIDE_INT const_adjust; /* Used by loop unrolling, when an address giv
is split, and a constant is eliminated from
the address, the -constant is stored here
for later use. */
struct induction *same_insn; /* If there are multiple identical givs in
the same insn, then all but one have this
field set, and they all point to the giv
that doesn't have this field set. */
/* A `struct iv_class' is created for each biv. */
struct iv_class {
int regno; /* Pseudo reg which is the biv. */
int biv_count; /* Number of insns setting this reg. */
struct induction *biv; /* List of all insns that set this reg. */
int giv_count; /* Number of DEST_REG givs computed from this
biv. The resulting count is only used in
check_dbra_loop. */
struct induction *giv; /* List of all insns that compute a giv
from this reg. */
int total_benefit; /* Sum of BENEFITs of all those givs */
rtx initial_value; /* Value of reg at loop start */
rtx initial_test; /* Test performed on BIV before loop */
struct iv_class *next; /* Links all class structures together */
rtx init_insn; /* insn which initializes biv, 0 if none. */
rtx init_set; /* SET of INIT_INSN, if any. */
unsigned incremented : 1; /* 1 if somewhere incremented/decremented */
unsigned eliminable : 1; /* 1 if plausible candidate for elimination. */
unsigned nonneg : 1; /* 1 if we added a REG_NONNEG note for this. */
unsigned reversed : 1; /* 1 if we reversed the loop that this
biv controls. */
/* Definitions used by the basic induction variable discovery code. */
/* Variables declared in loop.c, but also needed in unroll.c. */
extern int *uid_luid;
extern int max_uid_for_loop;
extern int *uid_loop_num;
extern int *loop_outer_loop;
extern rtx *loop_number_exit_labels;
extern int *loop_number_exit_count;
extern unsigned HOST_WIDE_INT loop_n_iterations;
extern int max_reg_before_loop;
extern FILE *loop_dump_stream;
extern enum iv_mode *reg_iv_type;
extern struct induction **reg_iv_info;
extern struct iv_class **reg_biv_class;
extern struct iv_class *loop_iv_list;
/* Forward declarations for non-static functions declared in loop.c and
unroll.c. */
int invariant_p PROTO((rtx));
rtx get_condition_for_loop PROTO((rtx));
void emit_iv_add_mult PROTO((rtx, rtx, rtx, rtx, rtx));
/* Forward declarations for non-static functions declared in stmt.c. */
void find_loop_tree_blocks PROTO((void));
void unroll_block_trees PROTO((void));
void unroll_loop PROTO((rtx, int, rtx, rtx, int));
rtx biv_total_increment PROTO((struct iv_class *, rtx, rtx));
unsigned HOST_WIDE_INT loop_iterations PROTO((rtx, rtx));
rtx final_biv_value PROTO((struct iv_class *, rtx, rtx));
rtx final_giv_value PROTO((struct induction *, rtx, rtx));
void emit_unrolled_add PROTO((rtx, rtx, rtx));
int back_branch_in_range_p PROTO((rtx, rtx, rtx));