/* Scalar evolution detector. | |

Copyright (C) 2003-2021 Free Software Foundation, Inc. | |

Contributed by Sebastian Pop <s.pop@laposte.net> | |

This file is part of GCC. | |

GCC 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 3, or (at your option) any later | |

version. | |

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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 GCC; see the file COPYING3. If not see | |

<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. */ | |

/* | |

Description: | |

This pass analyzes the evolution of scalar variables in loop | |

structures. The algorithm is based on the SSA representation, | |

and on the loop hierarchy tree. This algorithm is not based on | |

the notion of versions of a variable, as it was the case for the | |

previous implementations of the scalar evolution algorithm, but | |

it assumes that each defined name is unique. | |

The notation used in this file is called "chains of recurrences", | |

and has been proposed by Eugene Zima, Robert Van Engelen, and | |

others for describing induction variables in programs. For example | |

"b -> {0, +, 2}_1" means that the scalar variable "b" is equal to 0 | |

when entering in the loop_1 and has a step 2 in this loop, in other | |

words "for (b = 0; b < N; b+=2);". Note that the coefficients of | |

this chain of recurrence (or chrec [shrek]) can contain the name of | |

other variables, in which case they are called parametric chrecs. | |

For example, "b -> {a, +, 2}_1" means that the initial value of "b" | |

is the value of "a". In most of the cases these parametric chrecs | |

are fully instantiated before their use because symbolic names can | |

hide some difficult cases such as self-references described later | |

(see the Fibonacci example). | |

A short sketch of the algorithm is: | |

Given a scalar variable to be analyzed, follow the SSA edge to | |

its definition: | |

- When the definition is a GIMPLE_ASSIGN: if the right hand side | |

(RHS) of the definition cannot be statically analyzed, the answer | |

of the analyzer is: "don't know". | |

Otherwise, for all the variables that are not yet analyzed in the | |

RHS, try to determine their evolution, and finally try to | |

evaluate the operation of the RHS that gives the evolution | |

function of the analyzed variable. | |

- When the definition is a condition-phi-node: determine the | |

evolution function for all the branches of the phi node, and | |

finally merge these evolutions (see chrec_merge). | |

- When the definition is a loop-phi-node: determine its initial | |

condition, that is the SSA edge defined in an outer loop, and | |

keep it symbolic. Then determine the SSA edges that are defined | |

in the body of the loop. Follow the inner edges until ending on | |

another loop-phi-node of the same analyzed loop. If the reached | |

loop-phi-node is not the starting loop-phi-node, then we keep | |

this definition under a symbolic form. If the reached | |

loop-phi-node is the same as the starting one, then we compute a | |

symbolic stride on the return path. The result is then the | |

symbolic chrec {initial_condition, +, symbolic_stride}_loop. | |

Examples: | |

Example 1: Illustration of the basic algorithm. | |

| a = 3 | |

| loop_1 | |

| b = phi (a, c) | |

| c = b + 1 | |

| if (c > 10) exit_loop | |

| endloop | |

Suppose that we want to know the number of iterations of the | |

loop_1. The exit_loop is controlled by a COND_EXPR (c > 10). We | |

ask the scalar evolution analyzer two questions: what's the | |

scalar evolution (scev) of "c", and what's the scev of "10". For | |

"10" the answer is "10" since it is a scalar constant. For the | |

scalar variable "c", it follows the SSA edge to its definition, | |

"c = b + 1", and then asks again what's the scev of "b". | |

Following the SSA edge, we end on a loop-phi-node "b = phi (a, | |

c)", where the initial condition is "a", and the inner loop edge | |

is "c". The initial condition is kept under a symbolic form (it | |

may be the case that the copy constant propagation has done its | |

work and we end with the constant "3" as one of the edges of the | |

loop-phi-node). The update edge is followed to the end of the | |

loop, and until reaching again the starting loop-phi-node: b -> c | |

-> b. At this point we have drawn a path from "b" to "b" from | |

which we compute the stride in the loop: in this example it is | |

"+1". The resulting scev for "b" is "b -> {a, +, 1}_1". Now | |

that the scev for "b" is known, it is possible to compute the | |

scev for "c", that is "c -> {a + 1, +, 1}_1". In order to | |

determine the number of iterations in the loop_1, we have to | |

instantiate_parameters (loop_1, {a + 1, +, 1}_1), that gives after some | |

more analysis the scev {4, +, 1}_1, or in other words, this is | |

the function "f (x) = x + 4", where x is the iteration count of | |

the loop_1. Now we have to solve the inequality "x + 4 > 10", | |

and take the smallest iteration number for which the loop is | |

exited: x = 7. This loop runs from x = 0 to x = 7, and in total | |

there are 8 iterations. In terms of loop normalization, we have | |

created a variable that is implicitly defined, "x" or just "_1", | |

and all the other analyzed scalars of the loop are defined in | |

function of this variable: | |

a -> 3 | |

b -> {3, +, 1}_1 | |

c -> {4, +, 1}_1 | |

or in terms of a C program: | |

| a = 3 | |

| for (x = 0; x <= 7; x++) | |

| { | |

| b = x + 3 | |

| c = x + 4 | |

| } | |

Example 2a: Illustration of the algorithm on nested loops. | |

| loop_1 | |

| a = phi (1, b) | |

| c = a + 2 | |

| loop_2 10 times | |

| b = phi (c, d) | |

| d = b + 3 | |

| endloop | |

| endloop | |

For analyzing the scalar evolution of "a", the algorithm follows | |

the SSA edge into the loop's body: "a -> b". "b" is an inner | |

loop-phi-node, and its analysis as in Example 1, gives: | |

b -> {c, +, 3}_2 | |

d -> {c + 3, +, 3}_2 | |

Following the SSA edge for the initial condition, we end on "c = a | |

+ 2", and then on the starting loop-phi-node "a". From this point, | |

the loop stride is computed: back on "c = a + 2" we get a "+2" in | |

the loop_1, then on the loop-phi-node "b" we compute the overall | |

effect of the inner loop that is "b = c + 30", and we get a "+30" | |

in the loop_1. That means that the overall stride in loop_1 is | |

equal to "+32", and the result is: | |

a -> {1, +, 32}_1 | |

c -> {3, +, 32}_1 | |

Example 2b: Multivariate chains of recurrences. | |

| loop_1 | |

| k = phi (0, k + 1) | |

| loop_2 4 times | |

| j = phi (0, j + 1) | |

| loop_3 4 times | |

| i = phi (0, i + 1) | |

| A[j + k] = ... | |

| endloop | |

| endloop | |

| endloop | |

Analyzing the access function of array A with | |

instantiate_parameters (loop_1, "j + k"), we obtain the | |

instantiation and the analysis of the scalar variables "j" and "k" | |

in loop_1. This leads to the scalar evolution {4, +, 1}_1: the end | |

value of loop_2 for "j" is 4, and the evolution of "k" in loop_1 is | |

{0, +, 1}_1. To obtain the evolution function in loop_3 and | |

instantiate the scalar variables up to loop_1, one has to use: | |

instantiate_scev (block_before_loop (loop_1), loop_3, "j + k"). | |

The result of this call is {{0, +, 1}_1, +, 1}_2. | |

Example 3: Higher degree polynomials. | |

| loop_1 | |

| a = phi (2, b) | |

| c = phi (5, d) | |

| b = a + 1 | |

| d = c + a | |

| endloop | |

a -> {2, +, 1}_1 | |

b -> {3, +, 1}_1 | |

c -> {5, +, a}_1 | |

d -> {5 + a, +, a}_1 | |

instantiate_parameters (loop_1, {5, +, a}_1) -> {5, +, 2, +, 1}_1 | |

instantiate_parameters (loop_1, {5 + a, +, a}_1) -> {7, +, 3, +, 1}_1 | |

Example 4: Lucas, Fibonacci, or mixers in general. | |

| loop_1 | |

| a = phi (1, b) | |

| c = phi (3, d) | |

| b = c | |

| d = c + a | |

| endloop | |

a -> (1, c)_1 | |

c -> {3, +, a}_1 | |

The syntax "(1, c)_1" stands for a PEELED_CHREC that has the | |

following semantics: during the first iteration of the loop_1, the | |

variable contains the value 1, and then it contains the value "c". | |

Note that this syntax is close to the syntax of the loop-phi-node: | |

"a -> (1, c)_1" vs. "a = phi (1, c)". | |

The symbolic chrec representation contains all the semantics of the | |

original code. What is more difficult is to use this information. | |

Example 5: Flip-flops, or exchangers. | |

| loop_1 | |

| a = phi (1, b) | |

| c = phi (3, d) | |

| b = c | |

| d = a | |

| endloop | |

a -> (1, c)_1 | |

c -> (3, a)_1 | |

Based on these symbolic chrecs, it is possible to refine this | |

information into the more precise PERIODIC_CHRECs: | |

a -> |1, 3|_1 | |

c -> |3, 1|_1 | |

This transformation is not yet implemented. | |

Further readings: | |

You can find a more detailed description of the algorithm in: | |

http://icps.u-strasbg.fr/~pop/DEA_03_Pop.pdf | |

http://icps.u-strasbg.fr/~pop/DEA_03_Pop.ps.gz. But note that | |

this is a preliminary report and some of the details of the | |

algorithm have changed. I'm working on a research report that | |

updates the description of the algorithms to reflect the design | |

choices used in this implementation. | |

A set of slides show a high level overview of the algorithm and run | |

an example through the scalar evolution analyzer: | |

http://cri.ensmp.fr/~pop/gcc/mar04/slides.pdf | |

The slides that I have presented at the GCC Summit'04 are available | |

at: http://cri.ensmp.fr/~pop/gcc/20040604/gccsummit-lno-spop.pdf | |

*/ | |

#include "config.h" | |

#include "system.h" | |

#include "coretypes.h" | |

#include "backend.h" | |

#include "target.h" | |

#include "rtl.h" | |

#include "optabs-query.h" | |

#include "tree.h" | |

#include "gimple.h" | |

#include "ssa.h" | |

#include "gimple-pretty-print.h" | |

#include "fold-const.h" | |

#include "gimplify.h" | |

#include "gimple-iterator.h" | |

#include "gimplify-me.h" | |

#include "tree-cfg.h" | |

#include "tree-ssa-loop-ivopts.h" | |

#include "tree-ssa-loop-manip.h" | |

#include "tree-ssa-loop-niter.h" | |

#include "tree-ssa-loop.h" | |

#include "tree-ssa.h" | |

#include "cfgloop.h" | |

#include "tree-chrec.h" | |

#include "tree-affine.h" | |

#include "tree-scalar-evolution.h" | |

#include "dumpfile.h" | |

#include "tree-ssa-propagate.h" | |

#include "gimple-fold.h" | |

#include "tree-into-ssa.h" | |

#include "builtins.h" | |

#include "case-cfn-macros.h" | |

static tree analyze_scalar_evolution_1 (class loop *, tree); | |

static tree analyze_scalar_evolution_for_address_of (class loop *loop, | |

tree var); | |

/* The cached information about an SSA name with version NAME_VERSION, | |

claiming that below basic block with index INSTANTIATED_BELOW, the | |

value of the SSA name can be expressed as CHREC. */ | |

struct GTY((for_user)) scev_info_str { | |

unsigned int name_version; | |

int instantiated_below; | |

tree chrec; | |

}; | |

/* Counters for the scev database. */ | |

static unsigned nb_set_scev = 0; | |

static unsigned nb_get_scev = 0; | |

struct scev_info_hasher : ggc_ptr_hash<scev_info_str> | |

{ | |

static hashval_t hash (scev_info_str *i); | |

static bool equal (const scev_info_str *a, const scev_info_str *b); | |

}; | |

static GTY (()) hash_table<scev_info_hasher> *scalar_evolution_info; | |

/* Constructs a new SCEV_INFO_STR structure for VAR and INSTANTIATED_BELOW. */ | |

static inline struct scev_info_str * | |

new_scev_info_str (basic_block instantiated_below, tree var) | |

{ | |

struct scev_info_str *res; | |

res = ggc_alloc<scev_info_str> (); | |

res->name_version = SSA_NAME_VERSION (var); | |

res->chrec = chrec_not_analyzed_yet; | |

res->instantiated_below = instantiated_below->index; | |

return res; | |

} | |

/* Computes a hash function for database element ELT. */ | |

hashval_t | |

scev_info_hasher::hash (scev_info_str *elt) | |

{ | |

return elt->name_version ^ elt->instantiated_below; | |

} | |

/* Compares database elements E1 and E2. */ | |

bool | |

scev_info_hasher::equal (const scev_info_str *elt1, const scev_info_str *elt2) | |

{ | |

return (elt1->name_version == elt2->name_version | |

&& elt1->instantiated_below == elt2->instantiated_below); | |

} | |

/* Get the scalar evolution of VAR for INSTANTIATED_BELOW basic block. | |

A first query on VAR returns chrec_not_analyzed_yet. */ | |

static tree * | |

find_var_scev_info (basic_block instantiated_below, tree var) | |

{ | |

struct scev_info_str *res; | |

struct scev_info_str tmp; | |

tmp.name_version = SSA_NAME_VERSION (var); | |

tmp.instantiated_below = instantiated_below->index; | |

scev_info_str **slot = scalar_evolution_info->find_slot (&tmp, INSERT); | |

if (!*slot) | |

*slot = new_scev_info_str (instantiated_below, var); | |

res = *slot; | |

return &res->chrec; | |

} | |

/* Hashtable helpers for a temporary hash-table used when | |

analyzing a scalar evolution, instantiating a CHREC or | |

resolving mixers. */ | |

class instantiate_cache_type | |

{ | |

public: | |

htab_t map; | |

vec<scev_info_str> entries; | |

instantiate_cache_type () : map (NULL), entries (vNULL) {} | |

~instantiate_cache_type (); | |

tree get (unsigned slot) { return entries[slot].chrec; } | |

void set (unsigned slot, tree chrec) { entries[slot].chrec = chrec; } | |

}; | |

instantiate_cache_type::~instantiate_cache_type () | |

{ | |

if (map != NULL) | |

{ | |

htab_delete (map); | |

entries.release (); | |

} | |

} | |

/* Cache to avoid infinite recursion when instantiating an SSA name. | |

Live during the outermost analyze_scalar_evolution, instantiate_scev | |

or resolve_mixers call. */ | |

static instantiate_cache_type *global_cache; | |

/* Return true when PHI is a loop-phi-node. */ | |

static bool | |

loop_phi_node_p (gimple *phi) | |

{ | |

/* The implementation of this function is based on the following | |

property: "all the loop-phi-nodes of a loop are contained in the | |

loop's header basic block". */ | |

return loop_containing_stmt (phi)->header == gimple_bb (phi); | |

} | |

/* Compute the scalar evolution for EVOLUTION_FN after crossing LOOP. | |

In general, in the case of multivariate evolutions we want to get | |

the evolution in different loops. LOOP specifies the level for | |

which to get the evolution. | |

Example: | |

| for (j = 0; j < 100; j++) | |

| { | |

| for (k = 0; k < 100; k++) | |

| { | |

| i = k + j; - Here the value of i is a function of j, k. | |

| } | |

| ... = i - Here the value of i is a function of j. | |

| } | |

| ... = i - Here the value of i is a scalar. | |

Example: | |

| i_0 = ... | |

| loop_1 10 times | |

| i_1 = phi (i_0, i_2) | |

| i_2 = i_1 + 2 | |

| endloop | |

This loop has the same effect as: | |

LOOP_1 has the same effect as: | |

| i_1 = i_0 + 20 | |

The overall effect of the loop, "i_0 + 20" in the previous example, | |

is obtained by passing in the parameters: LOOP = 1, | |

EVOLUTION_FN = {i_0, +, 2}_1. | |

*/ | |

tree | |

compute_overall_effect_of_inner_loop (class loop *loop, tree evolution_fn) | |

{ | |

bool val = false; | |

if (evolution_fn == chrec_dont_know) | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

else if (TREE_CODE (evolution_fn) == POLYNOMIAL_CHREC) | |

{ | |

class loop *inner_loop = get_chrec_loop (evolution_fn); | |

if (inner_loop == loop | |

|| flow_loop_nested_p (loop, inner_loop)) | |

{ | |

tree nb_iter = number_of_latch_executions (inner_loop); | |

if (nb_iter == chrec_dont_know) | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

else | |

{ | |

tree res; | |

/* evolution_fn is the evolution function in LOOP. Get | |

its value in the nb_iter-th iteration. */ | |

res = chrec_apply (inner_loop->num, evolution_fn, nb_iter); | |

if (chrec_contains_symbols_defined_in_loop (res, loop->num)) | |

res = instantiate_parameters (loop, res); | |

/* Continue the computation until ending on a parent of LOOP. */ | |

return compute_overall_effect_of_inner_loop (loop, res); | |

} | |

} | |

else | |

return evolution_fn; | |

} | |

/* If the evolution function is an invariant, there is nothing to do. */ | |

else if (no_evolution_in_loop_p (evolution_fn, loop->num, &val) && val) | |

return evolution_fn; | |

else | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

} | |

/* Associate CHREC to SCALAR. */ | |

static void | |

set_scalar_evolution (basic_block instantiated_below, tree scalar, tree chrec) | |

{ | |

tree *scalar_info; | |

if (TREE_CODE (scalar) != SSA_NAME) | |

return; | |

scalar_info = find_var_scev_info (instantiated_below, scalar); | |

if (dump_file) | |

{ | |

if (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV) | |

{ | |

fprintf (dump_file, "(set_scalar_evolution \n"); | |

fprintf (dump_file, " instantiated_below = %d \n", | |

instantiated_below->index); | |

fprintf (dump_file, " (scalar = "); | |

print_generic_expr (dump_file, scalar); | |

fprintf (dump_file, ")\n (scalar_evolution = "); | |

print_generic_expr (dump_file, chrec); | |

fprintf (dump_file, "))\n"); | |

} | |

if (dump_flags & TDF_STATS) | |

nb_set_scev++; | |

} | |

*scalar_info = chrec; | |

} | |

/* Retrieve the chrec associated to SCALAR instantiated below | |

INSTANTIATED_BELOW block. */ | |

static tree | |

get_scalar_evolution (basic_block instantiated_below, tree scalar) | |

{ | |

tree res; | |

if (dump_file) | |

{ | |

if (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV) | |

{ | |

fprintf (dump_file, "(get_scalar_evolution \n"); | |

fprintf (dump_file, " (scalar = "); | |

print_generic_expr (dump_file, scalar); | |

fprintf (dump_file, ")\n"); | |

} | |

if (dump_flags & TDF_STATS) | |

nb_get_scev++; | |

} | |

if (VECTOR_TYPE_P (TREE_TYPE (scalar)) | |

|| TREE_CODE (TREE_TYPE (scalar)) == COMPLEX_TYPE) | |

/* For chrec_dont_know we keep the symbolic form. */ | |

res = scalar; | |

else | |

switch (TREE_CODE (scalar)) | |

{ | |

case SSA_NAME: | |

if (SSA_NAME_IS_DEFAULT_DEF (scalar)) | |

res = scalar; | |

else | |

res = *find_var_scev_info (instantiated_below, scalar); | |

break; | |

case REAL_CST: | |

case FIXED_CST: | |

case INTEGER_CST: | |

res = scalar; | |

break; | |

default: | |

res = chrec_not_analyzed_yet; | |

break; | |

} | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV)) | |

{ | |

fprintf (dump_file, " (scalar_evolution = "); | |

print_generic_expr (dump_file, res); | |

fprintf (dump_file, "))\n"); | |

} | |

return res; | |

} | |

/* Helper function for add_to_evolution. Returns the evolution | |

function for an assignment of the form "a = b + c", where "a" and | |

"b" are on the strongly connected component. CHREC_BEFORE is the | |

information that we already have collected up to this point. | |

TO_ADD is the evolution of "c". | |

When CHREC_BEFORE has an evolution part in LOOP_NB, add to this | |

evolution the expression TO_ADD, otherwise construct an evolution | |

part for this loop. */ | |

static tree | |

add_to_evolution_1 (unsigned loop_nb, tree chrec_before, tree to_add, | |

gimple *at_stmt) | |

{ | |

tree type, left, right; | |

class loop *loop = get_loop (cfun, loop_nb), *chloop; | |

switch (TREE_CODE (chrec_before)) | |

{ | |

case POLYNOMIAL_CHREC: | |

chloop = get_chrec_loop (chrec_before); | |

if (chloop == loop | |

|| flow_loop_nested_p (chloop, loop)) | |

{ | |

unsigned var; | |

type = chrec_type (chrec_before); | |

/* When there is no evolution part in this loop, build it. */ | |

if (chloop != loop) | |

{ | |

var = loop_nb; | |

left = chrec_before; | |

right = SCALAR_FLOAT_TYPE_P (type) | |

? build_real (type, dconst0) | |

: build_int_cst (type, 0); | |

} | |

else | |

{ | |

var = CHREC_VARIABLE (chrec_before); | |

left = CHREC_LEFT (chrec_before); | |

right = CHREC_RIGHT (chrec_before); | |

} | |

to_add = chrec_convert (type, to_add, at_stmt); | |

right = chrec_convert_rhs (type, right, at_stmt); | |

right = chrec_fold_plus (chrec_type (right), right, to_add); | |

return build_polynomial_chrec (var, left, right); | |

} | |

else | |

{ | |

gcc_assert (flow_loop_nested_p (loop, chloop)); | |

/* Search the evolution in LOOP_NB. */ | |

left = add_to_evolution_1 (loop_nb, CHREC_LEFT (chrec_before), | |

to_add, at_stmt); | |

right = CHREC_RIGHT (chrec_before); | |

right = chrec_convert_rhs (chrec_type (left), right, at_stmt); | |

return build_polynomial_chrec (CHREC_VARIABLE (chrec_before), | |

left, right); | |

} | |

default: | |

/* These nodes do not depend on a loop. */ | |

if (chrec_before == chrec_dont_know) | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

left = chrec_before; | |

right = chrec_convert_rhs (chrec_type (left), to_add, at_stmt); | |

return build_polynomial_chrec (loop_nb, left, right); | |

} | |

} | |

/* Add TO_ADD to the evolution part of CHREC_BEFORE in the dimension | |

of LOOP_NB. | |

Description (provided for completeness, for those who read code in | |

a plane, and for my poor 62 bytes brain that would have forgotten | |

all this in the next two or three months): | |

The algorithm of translation of programs from the SSA representation | |

into the chrecs syntax is based on a pattern matching. After having | |

reconstructed the overall tree expression for a loop, there are only | |

two cases that can arise: | |

1. a = loop-phi (init, a + expr) | |

2. a = loop-phi (init, expr) | |

where EXPR is either a scalar constant with respect to the analyzed | |

loop (this is a degree 0 polynomial), or an expression containing | |

other loop-phi definitions (these are higher degree polynomials). | |

Examples: | |

1. | |

| init = ... | |

| loop_1 | |

| a = phi (init, a + 5) | |

| endloop | |

2. | |

| inita = ... | |

| initb = ... | |

| loop_1 | |

| a = phi (inita, 2 * b + 3) | |

| b = phi (initb, b + 1) | |

| endloop | |

For the first case, the semantics of the SSA representation is: | |

| a (x) = init + \sum_{j = 0}^{x - 1} expr (j) | |

that is, there is a loop index "x" that determines the scalar value | |

of the variable during the loop execution. During the first | |

iteration, the value is that of the initial condition INIT, while | |

during the subsequent iterations, it is the sum of the initial | |

condition with the sum of all the values of EXPR from the initial | |

iteration to the before last considered iteration. | |

For the second case, the semantics of the SSA program is: | |

| a (x) = init, if x = 0; | |

| expr (x - 1), otherwise. | |

The second case corresponds to the PEELED_CHREC, whose syntax is | |

close to the syntax of a loop-phi-node: | |

| phi (init, expr) vs. (init, expr)_x | |

The proof of the translation algorithm for the first case is a | |

proof by structural induction based on the degree of EXPR. | |

Degree 0: | |

When EXPR is a constant with respect to the analyzed loop, or in | |

other words when EXPR is a polynomial of degree 0, the evolution of | |

the variable A in the loop is an affine function with an initial | |

condition INIT, and a step EXPR. In order to show this, we start | |

from the semantics of the SSA representation: | |

f (x) = init + \sum_{j = 0}^{x - 1} expr (j) | |

and since "expr (j)" is a constant with respect to "j", | |

f (x) = init + x * expr | |

Finally, based on the semantics of the pure sum chrecs, by | |

identification we get the corresponding chrecs syntax: | |

f (x) = init * \binom{x}{0} + expr * \binom{x}{1} | |

f (x) -> {init, +, expr}_x | |

Higher degree: | |

Suppose that EXPR is a polynomial of degree N with respect to the | |

analyzed loop_x for which we have already determined that it is | |

written under the chrecs syntax: | |

| expr (x) -> {b_0, +, b_1, +, ..., +, b_{n-1}} (x) | |

We start from the semantics of the SSA program: | |

| f (x) = init + \sum_{j = 0}^{x - 1} expr (j) | |

| | |

| f (x) = init + \sum_{j = 0}^{x - 1} | |

| (b_0 * \binom{j}{0} + ... + b_{n-1} * \binom{j}{n-1}) | |

| | |

| f (x) = init + \sum_{j = 0}^{x - 1} | |

| \sum_{k = 0}^{n - 1} (b_k * \binom{j}{k}) | |

| | |

| f (x) = init + \sum_{k = 0}^{n - 1} | |

| (b_k * \sum_{j = 0}^{x - 1} \binom{j}{k}) | |

| | |

| f (x) = init + \sum_{k = 0}^{n - 1} | |

| (b_k * \binom{x}{k + 1}) | |

| | |

| f (x) = init + b_0 * \binom{x}{1} + ... | |

| + b_{n-1} * \binom{x}{n} | |

| | |

| f (x) = init * \binom{x}{0} + b_0 * \binom{x}{1} + ... | |

| + b_{n-1} * \binom{x}{n} | |

| | |

And finally from the definition of the chrecs syntax, we identify: | |

| f (x) -> {init, +, b_0, +, ..., +, b_{n-1}}_x | |

This shows the mechanism that stands behind the add_to_evolution | |

function. An important point is that the use of symbolic | |

parameters avoids the need of an analysis schedule. | |

Example: | |

| inita = ... | |

| initb = ... | |

| loop_1 | |

| a = phi (inita, a + 2 + b) | |

| b = phi (initb, b + 1) | |

| endloop | |

When analyzing "a", the algorithm keeps "b" symbolically: | |

| a -> {inita, +, 2 + b}_1 | |

Then, after instantiation, the analyzer ends on the evolution: | |

| a -> {inita, +, 2 + initb, +, 1}_1 | |

*/ | |

static tree | |

add_to_evolution (unsigned loop_nb, tree chrec_before, enum tree_code code, | |

tree to_add, gimple *at_stmt) | |

{ | |

tree type = chrec_type (to_add); | |

tree res = NULL_TREE; | |

if (to_add == NULL_TREE) | |

return chrec_before; | |

/* TO_ADD is either a scalar, or a parameter. TO_ADD is not | |

instantiated at this point. */ | |

if (TREE_CODE (to_add) == POLYNOMIAL_CHREC) | |

/* This should not happen. */ | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV)) | |

{ | |

fprintf (dump_file, "(add_to_evolution \n"); | |

fprintf (dump_file, " (loop_nb = %d)\n", loop_nb); | |

fprintf (dump_file, " (chrec_before = "); | |

print_generic_expr (dump_file, chrec_before); | |

fprintf (dump_file, ")\n (to_add = "); | |

print_generic_expr (dump_file, to_add); | |

fprintf (dump_file, ")\n"); | |

} | |

if (code == MINUS_EXPR) | |

to_add = chrec_fold_multiply (type, to_add, SCALAR_FLOAT_TYPE_P (type) | |

? build_real (type, dconstm1) | |

: build_int_cst_type (type, -1)); | |

res = add_to_evolution_1 (loop_nb, chrec_before, to_add, at_stmt); | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV)) | |

{ | |

fprintf (dump_file, " (res = "); | |

print_generic_expr (dump_file, res); | |

fprintf (dump_file, "))\n"); | |

} | |

return res; | |

} | |

/* This section selects the loops that will be good candidates for the | |

scalar evolution analysis. For the moment, greedily select all the | |

loop nests we could analyze. */ | |

/* For a loop with a single exit edge, return the COND_EXPR that | |

guards the exit edge. If the expression is too difficult to | |

analyze, then give up. */ | |

gcond * | |

get_loop_exit_condition (const class loop *loop) | |

{ | |

gcond *res = NULL; | |

edge exit_edge = single_exit (loop); | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV)) | |

fprintf (dump_file, "(get_loop_exit_condition \n "); | |

if (exit_edge) | |

{ | |

gimple *stmt; | |

stmt = last_stmt (exit_edge->src); | |

if (gcond *cond_stmt = safe_dyn_cast <gcond *> (stmt)) | |

res = cond_stmt; | |

} | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV)) | |

{ | |

print_gimple_stmt (dump_file, res, 0); | |

fprintf (dump_file, ")\n"); | |

} | |

return res; | |

} | |

/* Depth first search algorithm. */ | |

enum t_bool { | |

t_false, | |

t_true, | |

t_dont_know | |

}; | |

static t_bool follow_ssa_edge_expr (class loop *loop, gimple *, tree, gphi *, | |

tree *, int); | |

/* Follow the ssa edge into the binary expression RHS0 CODE RHS1. | |

Return true if the strongly connected component has been found. */ | |

static t_bool | |

follow_ssa_edge_binary (class loop *loop, gimple *at_stmt, | |

tree type, tree rhs0, enum tree_code code, tree rhs1, | |

gphi *halting_phi, tree *evolution_of_loop, | |

int limit) | |

{ | |

t_bool res = t_false; | |

tree evol; | |

switch (code) | |

{ | |

case POINTER_PLUS_EXPR: | |

case PLUS_EXPR: | |

if (TREE_CODE (rhs0) == SSA_NAME) | |

{ | |

if (TREE_CODE (rhs1) == SSA_NAME) | |

{ | |

/* Match an assignment under the form: | |

"a = b + c". */ | |

/* We want only assignments of form "name + name" contribute to | |

LIMIT, as the other cases do not necessarily contribute to | |

the complexity of the expression. */ | |

limit++; | |

evol = *evolution_of_loop; | |

evol = add_to_evolution | |

(loop->num, | |

chrec_convert (type, evol, at_stmt), | |

code, rhs1, at_stmt); | |

res = follow_ssa_edge_expr | |

(loop, at_stmt, rhs0, halting_phi, &evol, limit); | |

if (res == t_true) | |

*evolution_of_loop = evol; | |

else if (res == t_false) | |

{ | |

*evolution_of_loop = add_to_evolution | |

(loop->num, | |

chrec_convert (type, *evolution_of_loop, at_stmt), | |

code, rhs0, at_stmt); | |

res = follow_ssa_edge_expr | |

(loop, at_stmt, rhs1, halting_phi, | |

evolution_of_loop, limit); | |

} | |

} | |

else | |

gcc_unreachable (); /* Handled in caller. */ | |

} | |

else if (TREE_CODE (rhs1) == SSA_NAME) | |

{ | |

/* Match an assignment under the form: | |

"a = ... + c". */ | |

*evolution_of_loop = add_to_evolution | |

(loop->num, chrec_convert (type, *evolution_of_loop, | |

at_stmt), | |

code, rhs0, at_stmt); | |

res = follow_ssa_edge_expr | |

(loop, at_stmt, rhs1, halting_phi, | |

evolution_of_loop, limit); | |

} | |

else | |

/* Otherwise, match an assignment under the form: | |

"a = ... + ...". */ | |

/* And there is nothing to do. */ | |

res = t_false; | |

break; | |

case MINUS_EXPR: | |

/* This case is under the form "opnd0 = rhs0 - rhs1". */ | |

if (TREE_CODE (rhs0) == SSA_NAME) | |

gcc_unreachable (); /* Handled in caller. */ | |

else | |

/* Otherwise, match an assignment under the form: | |

"a = ... - ...". */ | |

/* And there is nothing to do. */ | |

res = t_false; | |

break; | |

default: | |

res = t_false; | |

} | |

return res; | |

} | |

/* Checks whether the I-th argument of a PHI comes from a backedge. */ | |

static bool | |

backedge_phi_arg_p (gphi *phi, int i) | |

{ | |

const_edge e = gimple_phi_arg_edge (phi, i); | |

/* We would in fact like to test EDGE_DFS_BACK here, but we do not care | |

about updating it anywhere, and this should work as well most of the | |

time. */ | |

if (e->flags & EDGE_IRREDUCIBLE_LOOP) | |

return true; | |

return false; | |

} | |

/* Helper function for one branch of the condition-phi-node. Return | |

true if the strongly connected component has been found following | |

this path. */ | |

static inline t_bool | |

follow_ssa_edge_in_condition_phi_branch (int i, | |

class loop *loop, | |

gphi *condition_phi, | |

gphi *halting_phi, | |

tree *evolution_of_branch, | |

tree init_cond, int limit) | |

{ | |

tree branch = PHI_ARG_DEF (condition_phi, i); | |

*evolution_of_branch = chrec_dont_know; | |

/* Do not follow back edges (they must belong to an irreducible loop, which | |

we really do not want to worry about). */ | |

if (backedge_phi_arg_p (condition_phi, i)) | |

return t_false; | |

if (TREE_CODE (branch) == SSA_NAME) | |

{ | |

*evolution_of_branch = init_cond; | |

return follow_ssa_edge_expr (loop, condition_phi, branch, halting_phi, | |

evolution_of_branch, limit); | |

} | |

/* This case occurs when one of the condition branches sets | |

the variable to a constant: i.e. a phi-node like | |

"a_2 = PHI <a_7(5), 2(6)>;". | |

FIXME: This case have to be refined correctly: | |

in some cases it is possible to say something better than | |

chrec_dont_know, for example using a wrap-around notation. */ | |

return t_false; | |

} | |

/* This function merges the branches of a condition-phi-node in a | |

loop. */ | |

static t_bool | |

follow_ssa_edge_in_condition_phi (class loop *loop, | |

gphi *condition_phi, | |

gphi *halting_phi, | |

tree *evolution_of_loop, int limit) | |

{ | |

int i, n; | |

tree init = *evolution_of_loop; | |

tree evolution_of_branch; | |

t_bool res = follow_ssa_edge_in_condition_phi_branch (0, loop, condition_phi, | |

halting_phi, | |

&evolution_of_branch, | |

init, limit); | |

if (res == t_false || res == t_dont_know) | |

return res; | |

*evolution_of_loop = evolution_of_branch; | |

n = gimple_phi_num_args (condition_phi); | |

for (i = 1; i < n; i++) | |

{ | |

/* Quickly give up when the evolution of one of the branches is | |

not known. */ | |

if (*evolution_of_loop == chrec_dont_know) | |

return t_true; | |

/* Increase the limit by the PHI argument number to avoid exponential | |

time and memory complexity. */ | |

res = follow_ssa_edge_in_condition_phi_branch (i, loop, condition_phi, | |

halting_phi, | |

&evolution_of_branch, | |

init, limit + i); | |

if (res == t_false || res == t_dont_know) | |

return res; | |

*evolution_of_loop = chrec_merge (*evolution_of_loop, | |

evolution_of_branch); | |

} | |

return t_true; | |

} | |

/* Follow an SSA edge in an inner loop. It computes the overall | |

effect of the loop, and following the symbolic initial conditions, | |

it follows the edges in the parent loop. The inner loop is | |

considered as a single statement. */ | |

static t_bool | |

follow_ssa_edge_inner_loop_phi (class loop *outer_loop, | |

gphi *loop_phi_node, | |

gphi *halting_phi, | |

tree *evolution_of_loop, int limit) | |

{ | |

class loop *loop = loop_containing_stmt (loop_phi_node); | |

tree ev = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, PHI_RESULT (loop_phi_node)); | |

/* Sometimes, the inner loop is too difficult to analyze, and the | |

result of the analysis is a symbolic parameter. */ | |

if (ev == PHI_RESULT (loop_phi_node)) | |

{ | |

t_bool res = t_false; | |

int i, n = gimple_phi_num_args (loop_phi_node); | |

for (i = 0; i < n; i++) | |

{ | |

tree arg = PHI_ARG_DEF (loop_phi_node, i); | |

basic_block bb; | |

/* Follow the edges that exit the inner loop. */ | |

bb = gimple_phi_arg_edge (loop_phi_node, i)->src; | |

if (!flow_bb_inside_loop_p (loop, bb)) | |

res = follow_ssa_edge_expr (outer_loop, loop_phi_node, | |

arg, halting_phi, | |

evolution_of_loop, limit); | |

if (res == t_true) | |

break; | |

} | |

/* If the path crosses this loop-phi, give up. */ | |

if (res == t_true) | |

*evolution_of_loop = chrec_dont_know; | |

return res; | |

} | |

/* Otherwise, compute the overall effect of the inner loop. */ | |

ev = compute_overall_effect_of_inner_loop (loop, ev); | |

return follow_ssa_edge_expr (outer_loop, loop_phi_node, ev, halting_phi, | |

evolution_of_loop, limit); | |

} | |

/* Follow the ssa edge into the expression EXPR. | |

Return true if the strongly connected component has been found. */ | |

static t_bool | |

follow_ssa_edge_expr (class loop *loop, gimple *at_stmt, tree expr, | |

gphi *halting_phi, tree *evolution_of_loop, | |

int limit) | |

{ | |

enum tree_code code; | |

tree type, rhs0, rhs1 = NULL_TREE; | |

/* The EXPR is one of the following cases: | |

- an SSA_NAME, | |

- an INTEGER_CST, | |

- a PLUS_EXPR, | |

- a POINTER_PLUS_EXPR, | |

- a MINUS_EXPR, | |

- an ASSERT_EXPR, | |

- other cases are not yet handled. */ | |

/* For SSA_NAME look at the definition statement, handling | |

PHI nodes and otherwise expand appropriately for the expression | |

handling below. */ | |

tail_recurse: | |

if (TREE_CODE (expr) == SSA_NAME) | |

{ | |

gimple *def = SSA_NAME_DEF_STMT (expr); | |

if (gimple_nop_p (def)) | |

return t_false; | |

/* Give up if the path is longer than the MAX that we allow. */ | |

if (limit > param_scev_max_expr_complexity) | |

{ | |

*evolution_of_loop = chrec_dont_know; | |

return t_dont_know; | |

} | |

if (gphi *phi = dyn_cast <gphi *>(def)) | |

{ | |

if (!loop_phi_node_p (phi)) | |

/* DEF is a condition-phi-node. Follow the branches, and | |

record their evolutions. Finally, merge the collected | |

information and set the approximation to the main | |

variable. */ | |

return follow_ssa_edge_in_condition_phi | |

(loop, phi, halting_phi, evolution_of_loop, limit); | |

/* When the analyzed phi is the halting_phi, the | |

depth-first search is over: we have found a path from | |

the halting_phi to itself in the loop. */ | |

if (phi == halting_phi) | |

return t_true; | |

/* Otherwise, the evolution of the HALTING_PHI depends | |

on the evolution of another loop-phi-node, i.e. the | |

evolution function is a higher degree polynomial. */ | |

class loop *def_loop = loop_containing_stmt (def); | |

if (def_loop == loop) | |

return t_false; | |

/* Inner loop. */ | |

if (flow_loop_nested_p (loop, def_loop)) | |

return follow_ssa_edge_inner_loop_phi | |

(loop, phi, halting_phi, evolution_of_loop, | |

limit + 1); | |

/* Outer loop. */ | |

return t_false; | |

} | |

/* At this level of abstraction, the program is just a set | |

of GIMPLE_ASSIGNs and PHI_NODEs. In principle there is no | |

other def to be handled. */ | |

if (!is_gimple_assign (def)) | |

return t_false; | |

code = gimple_assign_rhs_code (def); | |

switch (get_gimple_rhs_class (code)) | |

{ | |

case GIMPLE_BINARY_RHS: | |

rhs0 = gimple_assign_rhs1 (def); | |

rhs1 = gimple_assign_rhs2 (def); | |

break; | |

case GIMPLE_UNARY_RHS: | |

case GIMPLE_SINGLE_RHS: | |

rhs0 = gimple_assign_rhs1 (def); | |

break; | |

default: | |

return t_false; | |

} | |

type = TREE_TYPE (gimple_assign_lhs (def)); | |

at_stmt = def; | |

} | |

else | |

{ | |

code = TREE_CODE (expr); | |

type = TREE_TYPE (expr); | |

switch (code) | |

{ | |

CASE_CONVERT: | |

rhs0 = TREE_OPERAND (expr, 0); | |

break; | |

case POINTER_PLUS_EXPR: | |

case PLUS_EXPR: | |

case MINUS_EXPR: | |

rhs0 = TREE_OPERAND (expr, 0); | |

rhs1 = TREE_OPERAND (expr, 1); | |

break; | |

default: | |

rhs0 = expr; | |

} | |

} | |

switch (code) | |

{ | |

CASE_CONVERT: | |

{ | |

/* This assignment is under the form "a_1 = (cast) rhs. */ | |

t_bool res = follow_ssa_edge_expr (loop, at_stmt, rhs0, halting_phi, | |

evolution_of_loop, limit); | |

*evolution_of_loop = chrec_convert (type, *evolution_of_loop, at_stmt); | |

return res; | |

} | |

case INTEGER_CST: | |

/* This assignment is under the form "a_1 = 7". */ | |

return t_false; | |

case ADDR_EXPR: | |

{ | |

/* Handle &MEM[ptr + CST] which is equivalent to POINTER_PLUS_EXPR. */ | |

if (TREE_CODE (TREE_OPERAND (rhs0, 0)) != MEM_REF) | |

return t_false; | |

tree mem = TREE_OPERAND (rhs0, 0); | |

rhs0 = TREE_OPERAND (mem, 0); | |

rhs1 = TREE_OPERAND (mem, 1); | |

code = POINTER_PLUS_EXPR; | |

} | |

/* Fallthru. */ | |

case POINTER_PLUS_EXPR: | |

case PLUS_EXPR: | |

case MINUS_EXPR: | |

/* This case is under the form "rhs0 +- rhs1". */ | |

STRIP_USELESS_TYPE_CONVERSION (rhs0); | |

STRIP_USELESS_TYPE_CONVERSION (rhs1); | |

if (TREE_CODE (rhs0) == SSA_NAME | |

&& (TREE_CODE (rhs1) != SSA_NAME || code == MINUS_EXPR)) | |

{ | |

/* Match an assignment under the form: | |

"a = b +- ...". | |

Use tail-recursion for the simple case. */ | |

*evolution_of_loop = add_to_evolution | |

(loop->num, chrec_convert (type, *evolution_of_loop, | |

at_stmt), | |

code, rhs1, at_stmt); | |

expr = rhs0; | |

goto tail_recurse; | |

} | |

/* Else search for the SCC in both rhs0 and rhs1. */ | |

return follow_ssa_edge_binary (loop, at_stmt, type, rhs0, code, rhs1, | |

halting_phi, evolution_of_loop, limit); | |

case ASSERT_EXPR: | |

/* This assignment is of the form: "a_1 = ASSERT_EXPR <a_2, ...>" | |

It must be handled as a copy assignment of the form a_1 = a_2. */ | |

expr = ASSERT_EXPR_VAR (rhs0); | |

goto tail_recurse; | |

default: | |

return t_false; | |

} | |

} | |

/* Simplify PEELED_CHREC represented by (init_cond, arg) in LOOP. | |

Handle below case and return the corresponding POLYNOMIAL_CHREC: | |

# i_17 = PHI <i_13(5), 0(3)> | |

# _20 = PHI <_5(5), start_4(D)(3)> | |

... | |

i_13 = i_17 + 1; | |

_5 = start_4(D) + i_13; | |

Though variable _20 appears as a PEELED_CHREC in the form of | |

(start_4, _5)_LOOP, it's a POLYNOMIAL_CHREC like {start_4, 1}_LOOP. | |

See PR41488. */ | |

static tree | |

simplify_peeled_chrec (class loop *loop, tree arg, tree init_cond) | |

{ | |

aff_tree aff1, aff2; | |

tree ev, left, right, type, step_val; | |

hash_map<tree, name_expansion *> *peeled_chrec_map = NULL; | |

ev = instantiate_parameters (loop, analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, arg)); | |

if (ev == NULL_TREE || TREE_CODE (ev) != POLYNOMIAL_CHREC) | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

left = CHREC_LEFT (ev); | |

right = CHREC_RIGHT (ev); | |

type = TREE_TYPE (left); | |

step_val = chrec_fold_plus (type, init_cond, right); | |

/* Transform (init, {left, right}_LOOP)_LOOP to {init, right}_LOOP | |

if "left" equals to "init + right". */ | |

if (operand_equal_p (left, step_val, 0)) | |

{ | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV)) | |

fprintf (dump_file, "Simplify PEELED_CHREC into POLYNOMIAL_CHREC.\n"); | |

return build_polynomial_chrec (loop->num, init_cond, right); | |

} | |

/* The affine code only deals with pointer and integer types. */ | |

if (!POINTER_TYPE_P (type) | |

&& !INTEGRAL_TYPE_P (type)) | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

/* Try harder to check if they are equal. */ | |

tree_to_aff_combination_expand (left, type, &aff1, &peeled_chrec_map); | |

tree_to_aff_combination_expand (step_val, type, &aff2, &peeled_chrec_map); | |

free_affine_expand_cache (&peeled_chrec_map); | |

aff_combination_scale (&aff2, -1); | |

aff_combination_add (&aff1, &aff2); | |

/* Transform (init, {left, right}_LOOP)_LOOP to {init, right}_LOOP | |

if "left" equals to "init + right". */ | |

if (aff_combination_zero_p (&aff1)) | |

{ | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV)) | |

fprintf (dump_file, "Simplify PEELED_CHREC into POLYNOMIAL_CHREC.\n"); | |

return build_polynomial_chrec (loop->num, init_cond, right); | |

} | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

} | |

/* Given a LOOP_PHI_NODE, this function determines the evolution | |

function from LOOP_PHI_NODE to LOOP_PHI_NODE in the loop. */ | |

static tree | |

analyze_evolution_in_loop (gphi *loop_phi_node, | |

tree init_cond) | |

{ | |

int i, n = gimple_phi_num_args (loop_phi_node); | |

tree evolution_function = chrec_not_analyzed_yet; | |

class loop *loop = loop_containing_stmt (loop_phi_node); | |

basic_block bb; | |

static bool simplify_peeled_chrec_p = true; | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV)) | |

{ | |

fprintf (dump_file, "(analyze_evolution_in_loop \n"); | |

fprintf (dump_file, " (loop_phi_node = "); | |

print_gimple_stmt (dump_file, loop_phi_node, 0); | |

fprintf (dump_file, ")\n"); | |

} | |

for (i = 0; i < n; i++) | |

{ | |

tree arg = PHI_ARG_DEF (loop_phi_node, i); | |

tree ev_fn; | |

t_bool res; | |

/* Select the edges that enter the loop body. */ | |

bb = gimple_phi_arg_edge (loop_phi_node, i)->src; | |

if (!flow_bb_inside_loop_p (loop, bb)) | |

continue; | |

if (TREE_CODE (arg) == SSA_NAME) | |

{ | |

bool val = false; | |

/* Pass in the initial condition to the follow edge function. */ | |

ev_fn = init_cond; | |

res = follow_ssa_edge_expr (loop, loop_phi_node, arg, | |

loop_phi_node, &ev_fn, 0); | |

/* If ev_fn has no evolution in the inner loop, and the | |

init_cond is not equal to ev_fn, then we have an | |

ambiguity between two possible values, as we cannot know | |

the number of iterations at this point. */ | |

if (TREE_CODE (ev_fn) != POLYNOMIAL_CHREC | |

&& no_evolution_in_loop_p (ev_fn, loop->num, &val) && val | |

&& !operand_equal_p (init_cond, ev_fn, 0)) | |

ev_fn = chrec_dont_know; | |

} | |

else | |

res = t_false; | |

/* When it is impossible to go back on the same | |

loop_phi_node by following the ssa edges, the | |

evolution is represented by a peeled chrec, i.e. the | |

first iteration, EV_FN has the value INIT_COND, then | |

all the other iterations it has the value of ARG. | |

For the moment, PEELED_CHREC nodes are not built. */ | |

if (res != t_true) | |

{ | |

ev_fn = chrec_dont_know; | |

/* Try to recognize POLYNOMIAL_CHREC which appears in | |

the form of PEELED_CHREC, but guard the process with | |

a bool variable to keep the analyzer from infinite | |

recurrence for real PEELED_RECs. */ | |

if (simplify_peeled_chrec_p && TREE_CODE (arg) == SSA_NAME) | |

{ | |

simplify_peeled_chrec_p = false; | |

ev_fn = simplify_peeled_chrec (loop, arg, init_cond); | |

simplify_peeled_chrec_p = true; | |

} | |

} | |

/* When there are multiple back edges of the loop (which in fact never | |

happens currently, but nevertheless), merge their evolutions. */ | |

evolution_function = chrec_merge (evolution_function, ev_fn); | |

if (evolution_function == chrec_dont_know) | |

break; | |

} | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV)) | |

{ | |

fprintf (dump_file, " (evolution_function = "); | |

print_generic_expr (dump_file, evolution_function); | |

fprintf (dump_file, "))\n"); | |

} | |

return evolution_function; | |

} | |

/* Looks to see if VAR is a copy of a constant (via straightforward assignments | |

or degenerate phi's). If so, returns the constant; else, returns VAR. */ | |

static tree | |

follow_copies_to_constant (tree var) | |

{ | |

tree res = var; | |

while (TREE_CODE (res) == SSA_NAME | |

/* We face not updated SSA form in multiple places and this walk | |

may end up in sibling loops so we have to guard it. */ | |

&& !name_registered_for_update_p (res)) | |

{ | |

gimple *def = SSA_NAME_DEF_STMT (res); | |

if (gphi *phi = dyn_cast <gphi *> (def)) | |

{ | |

if (tree rhs = degenerate_phi_result (phi)) | |

res = rhs; | |

else | |

break; | |

} | |

else if (gimple_assign_single_p (def)) | |

/* Will exit loop if not an SSA_NAME. */ | |

res = gimple_assign_rhs1 (def); | |

else | |

break; | |

} | |

if (CONSTANT_CLASS_P (res)) | |

return res; | |

return var; | |

} | |

/* Given a loop-phi-node, return the initial conditions of the | |

variable on entry of the loop. When the CCP has propagated | |

constants into the loop-phi-node, the initial condition is | |

instantiated, otherwise the initial condition is kept symbolic. | |

This analyzer does not analyze the evolution outside the current | |

loop, and leaves this task to the on-demand tree reconstructor. */ | |

static tree | |

analyze_initial_condition (gphi *loop_phi_node) | |

{ | |

int i, n; | |

tree init_cond = chrec_not_analyzed_yet; | |

class loop *loop = loop_containing_stmt (loop_phi_node); | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV)) | |

{ | |

fprintf (dump_file, "(analyze_initial_condition \n"); | |

fprintf (dump_file, " (loop_phi_node = \n"); | |

print_gimple_stmt (dump_file, loop_phi_node, 0); | |

fprintf (dump_file, ")\n"); | |

} | |

n = gimple_phi_num_args (loop_phi_node); | |

for (i = 0; i < n; i++) | |

{ | |

tree branch = PHI_ARG_DEF (loop_phi_node, i); | |

basic_block bb = gimple_phi_arg_edge (loop_phi_node, i)->src; | |

/* When the branch is oriented to the loop's body, it does | |

not contribute to the initial condition. */ | |

if (flow_bb_inside_loop_p (loop, bb)) | |

continue; | |

if (init_cond == chrec_not_analyzed_yet) | |

{ | |

init_cond = branch; | |

continue; | |

} | |

if (TREE_CODE (branch) == SSA_NAME) | |

{ | |

init_cond = chrec_dont_know; | |

break; | |

} | |

init_cond = chrec_merge (init_cond, branch); | |

} | |

/* Ooops -- a loop without an entry??? */ | |

if (init_cond == chrec_not_analyzed_yet) | |

init_cond = chrec_dont_know; | |

/* We may not have fully constant propagated IL. Handle degenerate PHIs here | |

to not miss important early loop unrollings. */ | |

init_cond = follow_copies_to_constant (init_cond); | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV)) | |

{ | |

fprintf (dump_file, " (init_cond = "); | |

print_generic_expr (dump_file, init_cond); | |

fprintf (dump_file, "))\n"); | |

} | |

return init_cond; | |

} | |

/* Analyze the scalar evolution for LOOP_PHI_NODE. */ | |

static tree | |

interpret_loop_phi (class loop *loop, gphi *loop_phi_node) | |

{ | |

tree res; | |

class loop *phi_loop = loop_containing_stmt (loop_phi_node); | |

tree init_cond; | |

gcc_assert (phi_loop == loop); | |

/* Otherwise really interpret the loop phi. */ | |

init_cond = analyze_initial_condition (loop_phi_node); | |

res = analyze_evolution_in_loop (loop_phi_node, init_cond); | |

/* Verify we maintained the correct initial condition throughout | |

possible conversions in the SSA chain. */ | |

if (res != chrec_dont_know) | |

{ | |

tree new_init = res; | |

if (CONVERT_EXPR_P (res) | |

&& TREE_CODE (TREE_OPERAND (res, 0)) == POLYNOMIAL_CHREC) | |

new_init = fold_convert (TREE_TYPE (res), | |

CHREC_LEFT (TREE_OPERAND (res, 0))); | |

else if (TREE_CODE (res) == POLYNOMIAL_CHREC) | |

new_init = CHREC_LEFT (res); | |

STRIP_USELESS_TYPE_CONVERSION (new_init); | |

if (TREE_CODE (new_init) == POLYNOMIAL_CHREC | |

|| !operand_equal_p (init_cond, new_init, 0)) | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

} | |

return res; | |

} | |

/* This function merges the branches of a condition-phi-node, | |

contained in the outermost loop, and whose arguments are already | |

analyzed. */ | |

static tree | |

interpret_condition_phi (class loop *loop, gphi *condition_phi) | |

{ | |

int i, n = gimple_phi_num_args (condition_phi); | |

tree res = chrec_not_analyzed_yet; | |

for (i = 0; i < n; i++) | |

{ | |

tree branch_chrec; | |

if (backedge_phi_arg_p (condition_phi, i)) | |

{ | |

res = chrec_dont_know; | |

break; | |

} | |

branch_chrec = analyze_scalar_evolution | |

(loop, PHI_ARG_DEF (condition_phi, i)); | |

res = chrec_merge (res, branch_chrec); | |

if (res == chrec_dont_know) | |

break; | |

} | |

return res; | |

} | |

/* Interpret the operation RHS1 OP RHS2. If we didn't | |

analyze this node before, follow the definitions until ending | |

either on an analyzed GIMPLE_ASSIGN, or on a loop-phi-node. On the | |

return path, this function propagates evolutions (ala constant copy | |

propagation). OPND1 is not a GIMPLE expression because we could | |

analyze the effect of an inner loop: see interpret_loop_phi. */ | |

static tree | |

interpret_rhs_expr (class loop *loop, gimple *at_stmt, | |

tree type, tree rhs1, enum tree_code code, tree rhs2) | |

{ | |

tree res, chrec1, chrec2, ctype; | |

gimple *def; | |

if (get_gimple_rhs_class (code) == GIMPLE_SINGLE_RHS) | |

{ | |

if (is_gimple_min_invariant (rhs1)) | |

return chrec_convert (type, rhs1, at_stmt); | |

if (code == SSA_NAME) | |

return chrec_convert (type, analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, rhs1), | |

at_stmt); | |

if (code == ASSERT_EXPR) | |

{ | |

rhs1 = ASSERT_EXPR_VAR (rhs1); | |

return chrec_convert (type, analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, rhs1), | |

at_stmt); | |

} | |

} | |

switch (code) | |

{ | |

case ADDR_EXPR: | |

if (TREE_CODE (TREE_OPERAND (rhs1, 0)) == MEM_REF | |

|| handled_component_p (TREE_OPERAND (rhs1, 0))) | |

{ | |

machine_mode mode; | |

poly_int64 bitsize, bitpos; | |

int unsignedp, reversep; | |

int volatilep = 0; | |

tree base, offset; | |

tree chrec3; | |

tree unitpos; | |

base = get_inner_reference (TREE_OPERAND (rhs1, 0), | |

&bitsize, &bitpos, &offset, &mode, | |

&unsignedp, &reversep, &volatilep); | |

if (TREE_CODE (base) == MEM_REF) | |

{ | |

rhs2 = TREE_OPERAND (base, 1); | |

rhs1 = TREE_OPERAND (base, 0); | |

chrec1 = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, rhs1); | |

chrec2 = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, rhs2); | |

chrec1 = chrec_convert (type, chrec1, at_stmt); | |

chrec2 = chrec_convert (TREE_TYPE (rhs2), chrec2, at_stmt); | |

chrec1 = instantiate_parameters (loop, chrec1); | |

chrec2 = instantiate_parameters (loop, chrec2); | |

res = chrec_fold_plus (type, chrec1, chrec2); | |

} | |

else | |

{ | |

chrec1 = analyze_scalar_evolution_for_address_of (loop, base); | |

chrec1 = chrec_convert (type, chrec1, at_stmt); | |

res = chrec1; | |

} | |

if (offset != NULL_TREE) | |

{ | |

chrec2 = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, offset); | |

chrec2 = chrec_convert (TREE_TYPE (offset), chrec2, at_stmt); | |

chrec2 = instantiate_parameters (loop, chrec2); | |

res = chrec_fold_plus (type, res, chrec2); | |

} | |

if (maybe_ne (bitpos, 0)) | |

{ | |

unitpos = size_int (exact_div (bitpos, BITS_PER_UNIT)); | |

chrec3 = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, unitpos); | |

chrec3 = chrec_convert (TREE_TYPE (unitpos), chrec3, at_stmt); | |

chrec3 = instantiate_parameters (loop, chrec3); | |

res = chrec_fold_plus (type, res, chrec3); | |

} | |

} | |

else | |

res = chrec_dont_know; | |

break; | |

case POINTER_PLUS_EXPR: | |

chrec1 = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, rhs1); | |

chrec2 = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, rhs2); | |

chrec1 = chrec_convert (type, chrec1, at_stmt); | |

chrec2 = chrec_convert (TREE_TYPE (rhs2), chrec2, at_stmt); | |

chrec1 = instantiate_parameters (loop, chrec1); | |

chrec2 = instantiate_parameters (loop, chrec2); | |

res = chrec_fold_plus (type, chrec1, chrec2); | |

break; | |

case PLUS_EXPR: | |

chrec1 = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, rhs1); | |

chrec2 = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, rhs2); | |

ctype = type; | |

/* When the stmt is conditionally executed re-write the CHREC | |

into a form that has well-defined behavior on overflow. */ | |

if (at_stmt | |

&& INTEGRAL_TYPE_P (type) | |

&& ! TYPE_OVERFLOW_WRAPS (type) | |

&& ! dominated_by_p (CDI_DOMINATORS, loop->latch, | |

gimple_bb (at_stmt))) | |

ctype = unsigned_type_for (type); | |

chrec1 = chrec_convert (ctype, chrec1, at_stmt); | |

chrec2 = chrec_convert (ctype, chrec2, at_stmt); | |

chrec1 = instantiate_parameters (loop, chrec1); | |

chrec2 = instantiate_parameters (loop, chrec2); | |

res = chrec_fold_plus (ctype, chrec1, chrec2); | |

if (type != ctype) | |

res = chrec_convert (type, res, at_stmt); | |

break; | |

case MINUS_EXPR: | |

chrec1 = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, rhs1); | |

chrec2 = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, rhs2); | |

ctype = type; | |

/* When the stmt is conditionally executed re-write the CHREC | |

into a form that has well-defined behavior on overflow. */ | |

if (at_stmt | |

&& INTEGRAL_TYPE_P (type) | |

&& ! TYPE_OVERFLOW_WRAPS (type) | |

&& ! dominated_by_p (CDI_DOMINATORS, | |

loop->latch, gimple_bb (at_stmt))) | |

ctype = unsigned_type_for (type); | |

chrec1 = chrec_convert (ctype, chrec1, at_stmt); | |

chrec2 = chrec_convert (ctype, chrec2, at_stmt); | |

chrec1 = instantiate_parameters (loop, chrec1); | |

chrec2 = instantiate_parameters (loop, chrec2); | |

res = chrec_fold_minus (ctype, chrec1, chrec2); | |

if (type != ctype) | |

res = chrec_convert (type, res, at_stmt); | |

break; | |

case NEGATE_EXPR: | |

chrec1 = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, rhs1); | |

ctype = type; | |

/* When the stmt is conditionally executed re-write the CHREC | |

into a form that has well-defined behavior on overflow. */ | |

if (at_stmt | |

&& INTEGRAL_TYPE_P (type) | |

&& ! TYPE_OVERFLOW_WRAPS (type) | |

&& ! dominated_by_p (CDI_DOMINATORS, | |

loop->latch, gimple_bb (at_stmt))) | |

ctype = unsigned_type_for (type); | |

chrec1 = chrec_convert (ctype, chrec1, at_stmt); | |

/* TYPE may be integer, real or complex, so use fold_convert. */ | |

chrec1 = instantiate_parameters (loop, chrec1); | |

res = chrec_fold_multiply (ctype, chrec1, | |

fold_convert (ctype, integer_minus_one_node)); | |

if (type != ctype) | |

res = chrec_convert (type, res, at_stmt); | |

break; | |

case BIT_NOT_EXPR: | |

/* Handle ~X as -1 - X. */ | |

chrec1 = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, rhs1); | |

chrec1 = chrec_convert (type, chrec1, at_stmt); | |

chrec1 = instantiate_parameters (loop, chrec1); | |

res = chrec_fold_minus (type, | |

fold_convert (type, integer_minus_one_node), | |

chrec1); | |

break; | |

case MULT_EXPR: | |

chrec1 = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, rhs1); | |

chrec2 = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, rhs2); | |

ctype = type; | |

/* When the stmt is conditionally executed re-write the CHREC | |

into a form that has well-defined behavior on overflow. */ | |

if (at_stmt | |

&& INTEGRAL_TYPE_P (type) | |

&& ! TYPE_OVERFLOW_WRAPS (type) | |

&& ! dominated_by_p (CDI_DOMINATORS, | |

loop->latch, gimple_bb (at_stmt))) | |

ctype = unsigned_type_for (type); | |

chrec1 = chrec_convert (ctype, chrec1, at_stmt); | |

chrec2 = chrec_convert (ctype, chrec2, at_stmt); | |

chrec1 = instantiate_parameters (loop, chrec1); | |

chrec2 = instantiate_parameters (loop, chrec2); | |

res = chrec_fold_multiply (ctype, chrec1, chrec2); | |

if (type != ctype) | |

res = chrec_convert (type, res, at_stmt); | |

break; | |

case LSHIFT_EXPR: | |

{ | |

/* Handle A<<B as A * (1<<B). */ | |

tree uns = unsigned_type_for (type); | |

chrec1 = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, rhs1); | |

chrec2 = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, rhs2); | |

chrec1 = chrec_convert (uns, chrec1, at_stmt); | |

chrec1 = instantiate_parameters (loop, chrec1); | |

chrec2 = instantiate_parameters (loop, chrec2); | |

tree one = build_int_cst (uns, 1); | |

chrec2 = fold_build2 (LSHIFT_EXPR, uns, one, chrec2); | |

res = chrec_fold_multiply (uns, chrec1, chrec2); | |

res = chrec_convert (type, res, at_stmt); | |

} | |

break; | |

CASE_CONVERT: | |

/* In case we have a truncation of a widened operation that in | |

the truncated type has undefined overflow behavior analyze | |

the operation done in an unsigned type of the same precision | |

as the final truncation. We cannot derive a scalar evolution | |

for the widened operation but for the truncated result. */ | |

if (TREE_CODE (type) == INTEGER_TYPE | |

&& TREE_CODE (TREE_TYPE (rhs1)) == INTEGER_TYPE | |

&& TYPE_PRECISION (type) < TYPE_PRECISION (TREE_TYPE (rhs1)) | |

&& TYPE_OVERFLOW_UNDEFINED (type) | |

&& TREE_CODE (rhs1) == SSA_NAME | |

&& (def = SSA_NAME_DEF_STMT (rhs1)) | |

&& is_gimple_assign (def) | |

&& TREE_CODE_CLASS (gimple_assign_rhs_code (def)) == tcc_binary | |

&& TREE_CODE (gimple_assign_rhs2 (def)) == INTEGER_CST) | |

{ | |

tree utype = unsigned_type_for (type); | |

chrec1 = interpret_rhs_expr (loop, at_stmt, utype, | |

gimple_assign_rhs1 (def), | |

gimple_assign_rhs_code (def), | |

gimple_assign_rhs2 (def)); | |

} | |

else | |

chrec1 = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, rhs1); | |

res = chrec_convert (type, chrec1, at_stmt, true, rhs1); | |

break; | |

case BIT_AND_EXPR: | |

/* Given int variable A, handle A&0xffff as (int)(unsigned short)A. | |

If A is SCEV and its value is in the range of representable set | |

of type unsigned short, the result expression is a (no-overflow) | |

SCEV. */ | |

res = chrec_dont_know; | |

if (tree_fits_uhwi_p (rhs2)) | |

{ | |

int precision; | |

unsigned HOST_WIDE_INT val = tree_to_uhwi (rhs2); | |

val ++; | |

/* Skip if value of rhs2 wraps in unsigned HOST_WIDE_INT or | |

it's not the maximum value of a smaller type than rhs1. */ | |

if (val != 0 | |

&& (precision = exact_log2 (val)) > 0 | |

&& (unsigned) precision < TYPE_PRECISION (TREE_TYPE (rhs1))) | |

{ | |

tree utype = build_nonstandard_integer_type (precision, 1); | |

if (TYPE_PRECISION (utype) < TYPE_PRECISION (TREE_TYPE (rhs1))) | |

{ | |

chrec1 = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, rhs1); | |

chrec1 = chrec_convert (utype, chrec1, at_stmt); | |

res = chrec_convert (TREE_TYPE (rhs1), chrec1, at_stmt); | |

} | |

} | |

} | |

break; | |

default: | |

res = chrec_dont_know; | |

break; | |

} | |

return res; | |

} | |

/* Interpret the expression EXPR. */ | |

static tree | |

interpret_expr (class loop *loop, gimple *at_stmt, tree expr) | |

{ | |

enum tree_code code; | |

tree type = TREE_TYPE (expr), op0, op1; | |

if (automatically_generated_chrec_p (expr)) | |

return expr; | |

if (TREE_CODE (expr) == POLYNOMIAL_CHREC | |

|| TREE_CODE (expr) == CALL_EXPR | |

|| get_gimple_rhs_class (TREE_CODE (expr)) == GIMPLE_TERNARY_RHS) | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

extract_ops_from_tree (expr, &code, &op0, &op1); | |

return interpret_rhs_expr (loop, at_stmt, type, | |

op0, code, op1); | |

} | |

/* Interpret the rhs of the assignment STMT. */ | |

static tree | |

interpret_gimple_assign (class loop *loop, gimple *stmt) | |

{ | |

tree type = TREE_TYPE (gimple_assign_lhs (stmt)); | |

enum tree_code code = gimple_assign_rhs_code (stmt); | |

return interpret_rhs_expr (loop, stmt, type, | |

gimple_assign_rhs1 (stmt), code, | |

gimple_assign_rhs2 (stmt)); | |

} | |

/* This section contains all the entry points: | |

- number_of_iterations_in_loop, | |

- analyze_scalar_evolution, | |

- instantiate_parameters. | |

*/ | |

/* Helper recursive function. */ | |

static tree | |

analyze_scalar_evolution_1 (class loop *loop, tree var) | |

{ | |

gimple *def; | |

basic_block bb; | |

class loop *def_loop; | |

tree res; | |

if (TREE_CODE (var) != SSA_NAME) | |

return interpret_expr (loop, NULL, var); | |

def = SSA_NAME_DEF_STMT (var); | |

bb = gimple_bb (def); | |

def_loop = bb->loop_father; | |

if (!flow_bb_inside_loop_p (loop, bb)) | |

{ | |

/* Keep symbolic form, but look through obvious copies for constants. */ | |

res = follow_copies_to_constant (var); | |

goto set_and_end; | |

} | |

if (loop != def_loop) | |

{ | |

res = analyze_scalar_evolution_1 (def_loop, var); | |

class loop *loop_to_skip = superloop_at_depth (def_loop, | |

loop_depth (loop) + 1); | |

res = compute_overall_effect_of_inner_loop (loop_to_skip, res); | |

if (chrec_contains_symbols_defined_in_loop (res, loop->num)) | |

res = analyze_scalar_evolution_1 (loop, res); | |

goto set_and_end; | |

} | |

switch (gimple_code (def)) | |

{ | |

case GIMPLE_ASSIGN: | |

res = interpret_gimple_assign (loop, def); | |

break; | |

case GIMPLE_PHI: | |

if (loop_phi_node_p (def)) | |

res = interpret_loop_phi (loop, as_a <gphi *> (def)); | |

else | |

res = interpret_condition_phi (loop, as_a <gphi *> (def)); | |

break; | |

default: | |

res = chrec_dont_know; | |

break; | |

} | |

set_and_end: | |

/* Keep the symbolic form. */ | |

if (res == chrec_dont_know) | |

res = var; | |

if (loop == def_loop) | |

set_scalar_evolution (block_before_loop (loop), var, res); | |

return res; | |

} | |

/* Analyzes and returns the scalar evolution of the ssa_name VAR in | |

LOOP. LOOP is the loop in which the variable is used. | |

Example of use: having a pointer VAR to a SSA_NAME node, STMT a | |

pointer to the statement that uses this variable, in order to | |

determine the evolution function of the variable, use the following | |

calls: | |

loop_p loop = loop_containing_stmt (stmt); | |

tree chrec_with_symbols = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, var); | |

tree chrec_instantiated = instantiate_parameters (loop, chrec_with_symbols); | |

*/ | |

tree | |

analyze_scalar_evolution (class loop *loop, tree var) | |

{ | |

tree res; | |

/* ??? Fix callers. */ | |

if (! loop) | |

return var; | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV)) | |

{ | |

fprintf (dump_file, "(analyze_scalar_evolution \n"); | |

fprintf (dump_file, " (loop_nb = %d)\n", loop->num); | |

fprintf (dump_file, " (scalar = "); | |

print_generic_expr (dump_file, var); | |

fprintf (dump_file, ")\n"); | |

} | |

res = get_scalar_evolution (block_before_loop (loop), var); | |

if (res == chrec_not_analyzed_yet) | |

{ | |

/* We'll recurse into instantiate_scev, avoid tearing down the | |

instantiate cache repeatedly and keep it live from here. */ | |

bool destr = false; | |

if (!global_cache) | |

{ | |

global_cache = new instantiate_cache_type; | |

destr = true; | |

} | |

res = analyze_scalar_evolution_1 (loop, var); | |

if (destr) | |

{ | |

delete global_cache; | |

global_cache = NULL; | |

} | |

} | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV)) | |

fprintf (dump_file, ")\n"); | |

return res; | |

} | |

/* Analyzes and returns the scalar evolution of VAR address in LOOP. */ | |

static tree | |

analyze_scalar_evolution_for_address_of (class loop *loop, tree var) | |

{ | |

return analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, build_fold_addr_expr (var)); | |

} | |

/* Analyze scalar evolution of use of VERSION in USE_LOOP with respect to | |

WRTO_LOOP (which should be a superloop of USE_LOOP) | |

FOLDED_CASTS is set to true if resolve_mixers used | |

chrec_convert_aggressive (TODO -- not really, we are way too conservative | |

at the moment in order to keep things simple). | |

To illustrate the meaning of USE_LOOP and WRTO_LOOP, consider the following | |

example: | |

for (i = 0; i < 100; i++) -- loop 1 | |

{ | |

for (j = 0; j < 100; j++) -- loop 2 | |

{ | |

k1 = i; | |

k2 = j; | |

use2 (k1, k2); | |

for (t = 0; t < 100; t++) -- loop 3 | |

use3 (k1, k2); | |

} | |

use1 (k1, k2); | |

} | |

Both k1 and k2 are invariants in loop3, thus | |

analyze_scalar_evolution_in_loop (loop3, loop3, k1) = k1 | |

analyze_scalar_evolution_in_loop (loop3, loop3, k2) = k2 | |

As they are invariant, it does not matter whether we consider their | |

usage in loop 3 or loop 2, hence | |

analyze_scalar_evolution_in_loop (loop2, loop3, k1) = | |

analyze_scalar_evolution_in_loop (loop2, loop2, k1) = i | |

analyze_scalar_evolution_in_loop (loop2, loop3, k2) = | |

analyze_scalar_evolution_in_loop (loop2, loop2, k2) = [0,+,1]_2 | |

Similarly for their evolutions with respect to loop 1. The values of K2 | |

in the use in loop 2 vary independently on loop 1, thus we cannot express | |

the evolution with respect to loop 1: | |

analyze_scalar_evolution_in_loop (loop1, loop3, k1) = | |

analyze_scalar_evolution_in_loop (loop1, loop2, k1) = [0,+,1]_1 | |

analyze_scalar_evolution_in_loop (loop1, loop3, k2) = | |

analyze_scalar_evolution_in_loop (loop1, loop2, k2) = dont_know | |

The value of k2 in the use in loop 1 is known, though: | |

analyze_scalar_evolution_in_loop (loop1, loop1, k1) = [0,+,1]_1 | |

analyze_scalar_evolution_in_loop (loop1, loop1, k2) = 100 | |

*/ | |

static tree | |

analyze_scalar_evolution_in_loop (class loop *wrto_loop, class loop *use_loop, | |

tree version, bool *folded_casts) | |

{ | |

bool val = false; | |

tree ev = version, tmp; | |

/* We cannot just do | |

tmp = analyze_scalar_evolution (use_loop, version); | |

ev = resolve_mixers (wrto_loop, tmp, folded_casts); | |

as resolve_mixers would query the scalar evolution with respect to | |

wrto_loop. For example, in the situation described in the function | |

comment, suppose that wrto_loop = loop1, use_loop = loop3 and | |

version = k2. Then | |

analyze_scalar_evolution (use_loop, version) = k2 | |

and resolve_mixers (loop1, k2, folded_casts) finds that the value of | |

k2 in loop 1 is 100, which is a wrong result, since we are interested | |

in the value in loop 3. | |

Instead, we need to proceed from use_loop to wrto_loop loop by loop, | |

each time checking that there is no evolution in the inner loop. */ | |

if (folded_casts) | |

*folded_casts = false; | |

while (1) | |

{ | |

tmp = analyze_scalar_evolution (use_loop, ev); | |

ev = resolve_mixers (use_loop, tmp, folded_casts); | |

if (use_loop == wrto_loop) | |

return ev; | |

/* If the value of the use changes in the inner loop, we cannot express | |

its value in the outer loop (we might try to return interval chrec, | |

but we do not have a user for it anyway) */ | |

if (!no_evolution_in_loop_p (ev, use_loop->num, &val) | |

|| !val) | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

use_loop = loop_outer (use_loop); | |

} | |

} | |

/* Computes a hash function for database element ELT. */ | |

static inline hashval_t | |

hash_idx_scev_info (const void *elt_) | |

{ | |

unsigned idx = ((size_t) elt_) - 2; | |

return scev_info_hasher::hash (&global_cache->entries[idx]); | |

} | |

/* Compares database elements E1 and E2. */ | |

static inline int | |

eq_idx_scev_info (const void *e1, const void *e2) | |

{ | |

unsigned idx1 = ((size_t) e1) - 2; | |

return scev_info_hasher::equal (&global_cache->entries[idx1], | |

(const scev_info_str *) e2); | |

} | |

/* Returns from CACHE the slot number of the cached chrec for NAME. */ | |

static unsigned | |

get_instantiated_value_entry (instantiate_cache_type &cache, | |

tree name, edge instantiate_below) | |

{ | |

if (!cache.map) | |

{ | |

cache.map = htab_create (10, hash_idx_scev_info, eq_idx_scev_info, NULL); | |

cache.entries.create (10); | |

} | |

scev_info_str e; | |

e.name_version = SSA_NAME_VERSION (name); | |

e.instantiated_below = instantiate_below->dest->index; | |

void **slot = htab_find_slot_with_hash (cache.map, &e, | |

scev_info_hasher::hash (&e), INSERT); | |

if (!*slot) | |

{ | |

e.chrec = chrec_not_analyzed_yet; | |

*slot = (void *)(size_t)(cache.entries.length () + 2); | |

cache.entries.safe_push (e); | |

} | |

return ((size_t)*slot) - 2; | |

} | |

/* Return the closed_loop_phi node for VAR. If there is none, return | |

NULL_TREE. */ | |

static tree | |

loop_closed_phi_def (tree var) | |

{ | |

class loop *loop; | |

edge exit; | |

gphi *phi; | |

gphi_iterator psi; | |

if (var == NULL_TREE | |

|| TREE_CODE (var) != SSA_NAME) | |

return NULL_TREE; | |

loop = loop_containing_stmt (SSA_NAME_DEF_STMT (var)); | |

exit = single_exit (loop); | |

if (!exit) | |

return NULL_TREE; | |

for (psi = gsi_start_phis (exit->dest); !gsi_end_p (psi); gsi_next (&psi)) | |

{ | |

phi = psi.phi (); | |

if (PHI_ARG_DEF_FROM_EDGE (phi, exit) == var) | |

return PHI_RESULT (phi); | |

} | |

return NULL_TREE; | |

} | |

static tree instantiate_scev_r (edge, class loop *, class loop *, | |

tree, bool *, int); | |

/* Analyze all the parameters of the chrec, between INSTANTIATE_BELOW | |

and EVOLUTION_LOOP, that were left under a symbolic form. | |

CHREC is an SSA_NAME to be instantiated. | |

CACHE is the cache of already instantiated values. | |

Variable pointed by FOLD_CONVERSIONS is set to TRUE when the | |

conversions that may wrap in signed/pointer type are folded, as long | |

as the value of the chrec is preserved. If FOLD_CONVERSIONS is NULL | |

then we don't do such fold. | |

SIZE_EXPR is used for computing the size of the expression to be | |

instantiated, and to stop if it exceeds some limit. */ | |

static tree | |

instantiate_scev_name (edge instantiate_below, | |

class loop *evolution_loop, class loop *inner_loop, | |

tree chrec, | |

bool *fold_conversions, | |

int size_expr) | |

{ | |

tree res; | |

class loop *def_loop; | |

basic_block def_bb = gimple_bb (SSA_NAME_DEF_STMT (chrec)); | |

/* A parameter, nothing to do. */ | |

if (!def_bb | |

|| !dominated_by_p (CDI_DOMINATORS, def_bb, instantiate_below->dest)) | |

return chrec; | |

/* We cache the value of instantiated variable to avoid exponential | |

time complexity due to reevaluations. We also store the convenient | |

value in the cache in order to prevent infinite recursion -- we do | |

not want to instantiate the SSA_NAME if it is in a mixer | |

structure. This is used for avoiding the instantiation of | |

recursively defined functions, such as: | |

| a_2 -> {0, +, 1, +, a_2}_1 */ | |

unsigned si = get_instantiated_value_entry (*global_cache, | |

chrec, instantiate_below); | |

if (global_cache->get (si) != chrec_not_analyzed_yet) | |

return global_cache->get (si); | |

/* On recursion return chrec_dont_know. */ | |

global_cache->set (si, chrec_dont_know); | |

def_loop = find_common_loop (evolution_loop, def_bb->loop_father); | |

if (! dominated_by_p (CDI_DOMINATORS, | |

def_loop->header, instantiate_below->dest)) | |

{ | |

gimple *def = SSA_NAME_DEF_STMT (chrec); | |

if (gassign *ass = dyn_cast <gassign *> (def)) | |

{ | |

switch (gimple_assign_rhs_class (ass)) | |

{ | |

case GIMPLE_UNARY_RHS: | |

{ | |

tree op0 = instantiate_scev_r (instantiate_below, evolution_loop, | |

inner_loop, gimple_assign_rhs1 (ass), | |

fold_conversions, size_expr); | |

if (op0 == chrec_dont_know) | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

res = fold_build1 (gimple_assign_rhs_code (ass), | |

TREE_TYPE (chrec), op0); | |

break; | |

} | |

case GIMPLE_BINARY_RHS: | |

{ | |

tree op0 = instantiate_scev_r (instantiate_below, evolution_loop, | |

inner_loop, gimple_assign_rhs1 (ass), | |

fold_conversions, size_expr); | |

if (op0 == chrec_dont_know) | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

tree op1 = instantiate_scev_r (instantiate_below, evolution_loop, | |

inner_loop, gimple_assign_rhs2 (ass), | |

fold_conversions, size_expr); | |

if (op1 == chrec_dont_know) | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

res = fold_build2 (gimple_assign_rhs_code (ass), | |

TREE_TYPE (chrec), op0, op1); | |

break; | |

} | |

default: | |

res = chrec_dont_know; | |

} | |

} | |

else | |

res = chrec_dont_know; | |

global_cache->set (si, res); | |

return res; | |

} | |

/* If the analysis yields a parametric chrec, instantiate the | |

result again. */ | |

res = analyze_scalar_evolution (def_loop, chrec); | |

/* Don't instantiate default definitions. */ | |

if (TREE_CODE (res) == SSA_NAME | |

&& SSA_NAME_IS_DEFAULT_DEF (res)) | |

; | |

/* Don't instantiate loop-closed-ssa phi nodes. */ | |

else if (TREE_CODE (res) == SSA_NAME | |

&& loop_depth (loop_containing_stmt (SSA_NAME_DEF_STMT (res))) | |

> loop_depth (def_loop)) | |

{ | |

if (res == chrec) | |

res = loop_closed_phi_def (chrec); | |

else | |

res = chrec; | |

/* When there is no loop_closed_phi_def, it means that the | |

variable is not used after the loop: try to still compute the | |

value of the variable when exiting the loop. */ | |

if (res == NULL_TREE) | |

{ | |

loop_p loop = loop_containing_stmt (SSA_NAME_DEF_STMT (chrec)); | |

res = analyze_scalar_evolution (loop, chrec); | |

res = compute_overall_effect_of_inner_loop (loop, res); | |

res = instantiate_scev_r (instantiate_below, evolution_loop, | |

inner_loop, res, | |

fold_conversions, size_expr); | |

} | |

else if (dominated_by_p (CDI_DOMINATORS, | |

gimple_bb (SSA_NAME_DEF_STMT (res)), | |

instantiate_below->dest)) | |

res = chrec_dont_know; | |

} | |

else if (res != chrec_dont_know) | |

{ | |

if (inner_loop | |

&& def_bb->loop_father != inner_loop | |

&& !flow_loop_nested_p (def_bb->loop_father, inner_loop)) | |

/* ??? We could try to compute the overall effect of the loop here. */ | |

res = chrec_dont_know; | |

else | |

res = instantiate_scev_r (instantiate_below, evolution_loop, | |

inner_loop, res, | |

fold_conversions, size_expr); | |

} | |

/* Store the correct value to the cache. */ | |

global_cache->set (si, res); | |

return res; | |

} | |

/* Analyze all the parameters of the chrec, between INSTANTIATE_BELOW | |

and EVOLUTION_LOOP, that were left under a symbolic form. | |

CHREC is a polynomial chain of recurrence to be instantiated. | |

CACHE is the cache of already instantiated values. | |

Variable pointed by FOLD_CONVERSIONS is set to TRUE when the | |

conversions that may wrap in signed/pointer type are folded, as long | |

as the value of the chrec is preserved. If FOLD_CONVERSIONS is NULL | |

then we don't do such fold. | |

SIZE_EXPR is used for computing the size of the expression to be | |

instantiated, and to stop if it exceeds some limit. */ | |

static tree | |

instantiate_scev_poly (edge instantiate_below, | |

class loop *evolution_loop, class loop *, | |

tree chrec, bool *fold_conversions, int size_expr) | |

{ | |

tree op1; | |

tree op0 = instantiate_scev_r (instantiate_below, evolution_loop, | |

get_chrec_loop (chrec), | |

CHREC_LEFT (chrec), fold_conversions, | |

size_expr); | |

if (op0 == chrec_dont_know) | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

op1 = instantiate_scev_r (instantiate_below, evolution_loop, | |

get_chrec_loop (chrec), | |

CHREC_RIGHT (chrec), fold_conversions, | |

size_expr); | |

if (op1 == chrec_dont_know) | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

if (CHREC_LEFT (chrec) != op0 | |

|| CHREC_RIGHT (chrec) != op1) | |

{ | |

op1 = chrec_convert_rhs (chrec_type (op0), op1, NULL); | |

chrec = build_polynomial_chrec (CHREC_VARIABLE (chrec), op0, op1); | |

} | |

return chrec; | |

} | |

/* Analyze all the parameters of the chrec, between INSTANTIATE_BELOW | |

and EVOLUTION_LOOP, that were left under a symbolic form. | |

"C0 CODE C1" is a binary expression of type TYPE to be instantiated. | |

CACHE is the cache of already instantiated values. | |

Variable pointed by FOLD_CONVERSIONS is set to TRUE when the | |

conversions that may wrap in signed/pointer type are folded, as long | |

as the value of the chrec is preserved. If FOLD_CONVERSIONS is NULL | |

then we don't do such fold. | |

SIZE_EXPR is used for computing the size of the expression to be | |

instantiated, and to stop if it exceeds some limit. */ | |

static tree | |

instantiate_scev_binary (edge instantiate_below, | |

class loop *evolution_loop, class loop *inner_loop, | |

tree chrec, enum tree_code code, | |

tree type, tree c0, tree c1, | |

bool *fold_conversions, int size_expr) | |

{ | |

tree op1; | |

tree op0 = instantiate_scev_r (instantiate_below, evolution_loop, inner_loop, | |

c0, fold_conversions, size_expr); | |

if (op0 == chrec_dont_know) | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

/* While we eventually compute the same op1 if c0 == c1 the process | |

of doing this is expensive so the following short-cut prevents | |

exponential compile-time behavior. */ | |

if (c0 != c1) | |

{ | |

op1 = instantiate_scev_r (instantiate_below, evolution_loop, inner_loop, | |

c1, fold_conversions, size_expr); | |

if (op1 == chrec_dont_know) | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

} | |

else | |

op1 = op0; | |

if (c0 != op0 | |

|| c1 != op1) | |

{ | |

op0 = chrec_convert (type, op0, NULL); | |

op1 = chrec_convert_rhs (type, op1, NULL); | |

switch (code) | |

{ | |

case POINTER_PLUS_EXPR: | |

case PLUS_EXPR: | |

return chrec_fold_plus (type, op0, op1); | |

case MINUS_EXPR: | |

return chrec_fold_minus (type, op0, op1); | |

case MULT_EXPR: | |

return chrec_fold_multiply (type, op0, op1); | |

default: | |

gcc_unreachable (); | |

} | |

} | |

return chrec ? chrec : fold_build2 (code, type, c0, c1); | |

} | |

/* Analyze all the parameters of the chrec, between INSTANTIATE_BELOW | |

and EVOLUTION_LOOP, that were left under a symbolic form. | |

"CHREC" that stands for a convert expression "(TYPE) OP" is to be | |

instantiated. | |

CACHE is the cache of already instantiated values. | |

Variable pointed by FOLD_CONVERSIONS is set to TRUE when the | |

conversions that may wrap in signed/pointer type are folded, as long | |

as the value of the chrec is preserved. If FOLD_CONVERSIONS is NULL | |

then we don't do such fold. | |

SIZE_EXPR is used for computing the size of the expression to be | |

instantiated, and to stop if it exceeds some limit. */ | |

static tree | |

instantiate_scev_convert (edge instantiate_below, | |

class loop *evolution_loop, class loop *inner_loop, | |

tree chrec, tree type, tree op, | |

bool *fold_conversions, int size_expr) | |

{ | |

tree op0 = instantiate_scev_r (instantiate_below, evolution_loop, | |

inner_loop, op, | |

fold_conversions, size_expr); | |

if (op0 == chrec_dont_know) | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

if (fold_conversions) | |

{ | |

tree tmp = chrec_convert_aggressive (type, op0, fold_conversions); | |

if (tmp) | |

return tmp; | |

/* If we used chrec_convert_aggressive, we can no longer assume that | |

signed chrecs do not overflow, as chrec_convert does, so avoid | |

calling it in that case. */ | |

if (*fold_conversions) | |

{ | |

if (chrec && op0 == op) | |

return chrec; | |

return fold_convert (type, op0); | |

} | |

} | |

return chrec_convert (type, op0, NULL); | |

} | |

/* Analyze all the parameters of the chrec, between INSTANTIATE_BELOW | |

and EVOLUTION_LOOP, that were left under a symbolic form. | |

CHREC is a BIT_NOT_EXPR or a NEGATE_EXPR expression to be instantiated. | |

Handle ~X as -1 - X. | |

Handle -X as -1 * X. | |

CACHE is the cache of already instantiated values. | |

Variable pointed by FOLD_CONVERSIONS is set to TRUE when the | |

conversions that may wrap in signed/pointer type are folded, as long | |

as the value of the chrec is preserved. If FOLD_CONVERSIONS is NULL | |

then we don't do such fold. | |

SIZE_EXPR is used for computing the size of the expression to be | |

instantiated, and to stop if it exceeds some limit. */ | |

static tree | |

instantiate_scev_not (edge instantiate_below, | |

class loop *evolution_loop, class loop *inner_loop, | |

tree chrec, | |

enum tree_code code, tree type, tree op, | |

bool *fold_conversions, int size_expr) | |

{ | |

tree op0 = instantiate_scev_r (instantiate_below, evolution_loop, | |

inner_loop, op, | |

fold_conversions, size_expr); | |

if (op0 == chrec_dont_know) | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

if (op != op0) | |

{ | |

op0 = chrec_convert (type, op0, NULL); | |

switch (code) | |

{ | |

case BIT_NOT_EXPR: | |

return chrec_fold_minus | |

(type, fold_convert (type, integer_minus_one_node), op0); | |

case NEGATE_EXPR: | |

return chrec_fold_multiply | |

(type, fold_convert (type, integer_minus_one_node), op0); | |

default: | |

gcc_unreachable (); | |

} | |

} | |

return chrec ? chrec : fold_build1 (code, type, op0); | |

} | |

/* Analyze all the parameters of the chrec, between INSTANTIATE_BELOW | |

and EVOLUTION_LOOP, that were left under a symbolic form. | |

CHREC is the scalar evolution to instantiate. | |

CACHE is the cache of already instantiated values. | |

Variable pointed by FOLD_CONVERSIONS is set to TRUE when the | |

conversions that may wrap in signed/pointer type are folded, as long | |

as the value of the chrec is preserved. If FOLD_CONVERSIONS is NULL | |

then we don't do such fold. | |

SIZE_EXPR is used for computing the size of the expression to be | |

instantiated, and to stop if it exceeds some limit. */ | |

static tree | |

instantiate_scev_r (edge instantiate_below, | |

class loop *evolution_loop, class loop *inner_loop, | |

tree chrec, | |

bool *fold_conversions, int size_expr) | |

{ | |

/* Give up if the expression is larger than the MAX that we allow. */ | |

if (size_expr++ > param_scev_max_expr_size) | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

if (chrec == NULL_TREE | |

|| automatically_generated_chrec_p (chrec) | |

|| is_gimple_min_invariant (chrec)) | |

return chrec; | |

switch (TREE_CODE (chrec)) | |

{ | |

case SSA_NAME: | |

return instantiate_scev_name (instantiate_below, evolution_loop, | |

inner_loop, chrec, | |

fold_conversions, size_expr); | |

case POLYNOMIAL_CHREC: | |

return instantiate_scev_poly (instantiate_below, evolution_loop, | |

inner_loop, chrec, | |

fold_conversions, size_expr); | |

case POINTER_PLUS_EXPR: | |

case PLUS_EXPR: | |

case MINUS_EXPR: | |

case MULT_EXPR: | |

return instantiate_scev_binary (instantiate_below, evolution_loop, | |

inner_loop, chrec, | |

TREE_CODE (chrec), chrec_type (chrec), | |

TREE_OPERAND (chrec, 0), | |

TREE_OPERAND (chrec, 1), | |

fold_conversions, size_expr); | |

CASE_CONVERT: | |

return instantiate_scev_convert (instantiate_below, evolution_loop, | |

inner_loop, chrec, | |

TREE_TYPE (chrec), TREE_OPERAND (chrec, 0), | |

fold_conversions, size_expr); | |

case NEGATE_EXPR: | |

case BIT_NOT_EXPR: | |

return instantiate_scev_not (instantiate_below, evolution_loop, | |

inner_loop, chrec, | |

TREE_CODE (chrec), TREE_TYPE (chrec), | |

TREE_OPERAND (chrec, 0), | |

fold_conversions, size_expr); | |

case ADDR_EXPR: | |

if (is_gimple_min_invariant (chrec)) | |

return chrec; | |

/* Fallthru. */ | |

case SCEV_NOT_KNOWN: | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

case SCEV_KNOWN: | |

return chrec_known; | |

default: | |

if (CONSTANT_CLASS_P (chrec)) | |

return chrec; | |

return chrec_dont_know; | |

} | |

} | |

/* Analyze all the parameters of the chrec that were left under a | |

symbolic form. INSTANTIATE_BELOW is the basic block that stops the | |

recursive instantiation of parameters: a parameter is a variable | |

that is defined in a basic block that dominates INSTANTIATE_BELOW or | |

a function parameter. */ | |

tree | |

instantiate_scev (edge instantiate_below, class loop *evolution_loop, | |

tree chrec) | |

{ | |

tree res; | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV)) | |

{ | |

fprintf (dump_file, "(instantiate_scev \n"); | |

fprintf (dump_file, " (instantiate_below = %d -> %d)\n", | |

instantiate_below->src->index, instantiate_below->dest->index); | |

if (evolution_loop) | |

fprintf (dump_file, " (evolution_loop = %d)\n", evolution_loop->num); | |

fprintf (dump_file, " (chrec = "); | |

print_generic_expr (dump_file, chrec); | |

fprintf (dump_file, ")\n"); | |

} | |

bool destr = false; | |

if (!global_cache) | |

{ | |

global_cache = new instantiate_cache_type; | |

destr = true; | |

} | |

res = instantiate_scev_r (instantiate_below, evolution_loop, | |

NULL, chrec, NULL, 0); | |

if (destr) | |

{ | |

delete global_cache; | |

global_cache = NULL; | |

} | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV)) | |

{ | |

fprintf (dump_file, " (res = "); | |

print_generic_expr (dump_file, res); | |

fprintf (dump_file, "))\n"); | |

} | |

return res; | |

} | |

/* Similar to instantiate_parameters, but does not introduce the | |

evolutions in outer loops for LOOP invariants in CHREC, and does not | |

care about causing overflows, as long as they do not affect value | |

of an expression. */ | |

tree | |

resolve_mixers (class loop *loop, tree chrec, bool *folded_casts) | |

{ | |

bool destr = false; | |

bool fold_conversions = false; | |

if (!global_cache) | |

{ | |

global_cache = new instantiate_cache_type; | |

destr = true; | |

} | |

tree ret = instantiate_scev_r (loop_preheader_edge (loop), loop, NULL, | |

chrec, &fold_conversions, 0); | |

if (folded_casts && !*folded_casts) | |

*folded_casts = fold_conversions; | |

if (destr) | |

{ | |

delete global_cache; | |

global_cache = NULL; | |

} | |

return ret; | |

} | |

/* Entry point for the analysis of the number of iterations pass. | |

This function tries to safely approximate the number of iterations | |

the loop will run. When this property is not decidable at compile | |

time, the result is chrec_dont_know. Otherwise the result is a | |

scalar or a symbolic parameter. When the number of iterations may | |

be equal to zero and the property cannot be determined at compile | |

time, the result is a COND_EXPR that represents in a symbolic form | |

the conditions under which the number of iterations is not zero. | |

Example of analysis: suppose that the loop has an exit condition: | |

"if (b > 49) goto end_loop;" | |

and that in a previous analysis we have determined that the | |

variable 'b' has an evolution function: | |

"EF = {23, +, 5}_2". | |

When we evaluate the function at the point 5, i.e. the value of the | |

variable 'b' after 5 iterations in the loop, we have EF (5) = 48, | |

and EF (6) = 53. In this case the value of 'b' on exit is '53' and | |

the loop body has been executed 6 times. */ | |

tree | |

number_of_latch_executions (class loop *loop) | |

{ | |

edge exit; | |

class tree_niter_desc niter_desc; | |

tree may_be_zero; | |

tree res; | |

/* Determine whether the number of iterations in loop has already | |

been computed. */ | |

res = loop->nb_iterations; | |

if (res) | |

return res; | |

may_be_zero = NULL_TREE; | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV)) | |

fprintf (dump_file, "(number_of_iterations_in_loop = \n"); | |

res = chrec_dont_know; | |

exit = single_exit (loop); | |

if (exit && number_of_iterations_exit (loop, exit, &niter_desc, false)) | |

{ | |

may_be_zero = niter_desc.may_be_zero; | |

res = niter_desc.niter; | |

} | |

if (res == chrec_dont_know | |

|| !may_be_zero | |

|| integer_zerop (may_be_zero)) | |

; | |

else if (integer_nonzerop (may_be_zero)) | |

res = build_int_cst (TREE_TYPE (res), 0); | |

else if (COMPARISON_CLASS_P (may_be_zero)) | |

res = fold_build3 (COND_EXPR, TREE_TYPE (res), may_be_zero, | |

build_int_cst (TREE_TYPE (res), 0), res); | |

else | |

res = chrec_dont_know; | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_SCEV)) | |

{ | |

fprintf (dump_file, " (set_nb_iterations_in_loop = "); | |

print_generic_expr (dump_file, res); | |

fprintf (dump_file, "))\n"); | |

} | |

loop->nb_iterations = res; | |

return res; | |

} | |

/* Counters for the stats. */ | |

struct chrec_stats | |

{ | |

unsigned nb_chrecs; | |

unsigned nb_affine; | |

unsigned nb_affine_multivar; | |

unsigned nb_higher_poly; | |

unsigned nb_chrec_dont_know; | |

unsigned nb_undetermined; | |

}; | |

/* Reset the counters. */ | |

static inline void | |

reset_chrecs_counters (struct chrec_stats *stats) | |

{ | |

stats->nb_chrecs = 0; | |

stats->nb_affine = 0; | |

stats->nb_affine_multivar = 0; | |

stats->nb_higher_poly = 0; | |

stats->nb_chrec_dont_know = 0; | |

stats->nb_undetermined = 0; | |

} | |

/* Dump the contents of a CHREC_STATS structure. */ | |

static void | |

dump_chrecs_stats (FILE *file, struct chrec_stats *stats) | |

{ | |

fprintf (file, "\n(\n"); | |

fprintf (file, "-----------------------------------------\n"); | |

fprintf (file, "%d\taffine univariate chrecs\n", stats->nb_affine); | |

fprintf (file, "%d\taffine multivariate chrecs\n", stats->nb_affine_multivar); | |

fprintf (file, "%d\tdegree greater than 2 polynomials\n", | |

stats->nb_higher_poly); | |

fprintf (file, "%d\tchrec_dont_know chrecs\n", stats->nb_chrec_dont_know); | |

fprintf (file, "-----------------------------------------\n"); | |

fprintf (file, "%d\ttotal chrecs\n", stats->nb_chrecs); | |

fprintf (file, "%d\twith undetermined coefficients\n", | |

stats->nb_undetermined); | |

fprintf (file, "-----------------------------------------\n"); | |

fprintf (file, "%d\tchrecs in the scev database\n", | |

(int) scalar_evolution_info->elements ()); | |

fprintf (file, "%d\tsets in the scev database\n", nb_set_scev); | |

fprintf (file, "%d\tgets in the scev database\n", nb_get_scev); | |

fprintf (file, "-----------------------------------------\n"); | |

fprintf (file, ")\n\n"); | |

} | |

/* Gather statistics about CHREC. */ | |

static void | |

gather_chrec_stats (tree chrec, struct chrec_stats *stats) | |

{ | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_STATS)) | |

{ | |

fprintf (dump_file, "(classify_chrec "); | |

print_generic_expr (dump_file, chrec); | |

fprintf (dump_file, "\n"); | |

} | |

stats->nb_chrecs++; | |

if (chrec == NULL_TREE) | |

{ | |

stats->nb_undetermined++; | |

return; | |

} | |

switch (TREE_CODE (chrec)) | |

{ | |

case POLYNOMIAL_CHREC: | |

if (evolution_function_is_affine_p (chrec)) | |

{ | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_STATS)) | |

fprintf (dump_file, " affine_univariate\n"); | |

stats->nb_affine++; | |

} | |

else if (evolution_function_is_affine_multivariate_p (chrec, 0)) | |

{ | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_STATS)) | |

fprintf (dump_file, " affine_multivariate\n"); | |

stats->nb_affine_multivar++; | |

} | |

else | |

{ | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_STATS)) | |

fprintf (dump_file, " higher_degree_polynomial\n"); | |

stats->nb_higher_poly++; | |

} | |

break; | |

default: | |

break; | |

} | |

if (chrec_contains_undetermined (chrec)) | |

{ | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_STATS)) | |

fprintf (dump_file, " undetermined\n"); | |

stats->nb_undetermined++; | |

} | |

if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_STATS)) | |

fprintf (dump_file, ")\n"); | |

} | |

/* Classify the chrecs of the whole database. */ | |

void | |

gather_stats_on_scev_database (void) | |

{ | |

struct chrec_stats stats; | |

if (!dump_file) | |

return; | |

reset_chrecs_counters (&stats); | |

hash_table<scev_info_hasher>::iterator iter; | |

scev_info_str *elt; | |

FOR_EACH_HASH_TABLE_ELEMENT (*scalar_evolution_info, elt, scev_info_str *, | |

iter) | |

gather_chrec_stats (elt->chrec, &stats); | |

dump_chrecs_stats (dump_file, &stats); | |

} | |

/* Initialize the analysis of scalar evolutions for LOOPS. */ | |

void | |

scev_initialize (void) | |

{ | |

gcc_assert (! scev_initialized_p ()); | |

scalar_evolution_info = hash_table<scev_info_hasher>::create_ggc (100); | |

for (auto loop : loops_list (cfun, 0)) | |

loop->nb_iterations = NULL_TREE; | |

} | |

/* Return true if SCEV is initialized. */ | |

bool | |

scev_initialized_p (void) | |

{ | |

return scalar_evolution_info != NULL; | |

} | |

/* Cleans up the information cached by the scalar evolutions analysis | |

in the hash table. */ | |

void | |

scev_reset_htab (void) | |

{ | |

if (!scalar_evolution_info) | |

return; | |

scalar_evolution_info->empty (); | |

} | |

/* Cleans up the information cached by the scalar evolutions analysis | |

in the hash table and in the loop->nb_iterations. */ | |

void | |

scev_reset (void) | |

{ | |

scev_reset_htab (); | |

for (auto loop : loops_list (cfun, 0)) | |

loop->nb_iterations = NULL_TREE; | |

} | |

/* Return true if the IV calculation in TYPE can overflow based on the knowledge | |

of the upper bound on the number of iterations of LOOP, the BASE and STEP | |

of IV. | |

We do not use information whether TYPE can overflow so it is safe to | |

use this test even for derived IVs not computed every iteration or | |

hypotetical IVs to be inserted into code. */ | |

bool | |

iv_can_overflow_p (class loop *loop, tree type, tree base, tree step) | |

{ | |

widest_int nit; | |

wide_int base_min, base_max, step_min, step_max, type_min, type_max; | |

signop sgn = TYPE_SIGN (type); | |

value_range r; | |

if (integer_zerop (step)) | |

return false; | |

if (!INTEGRAL_TYPE_P (TREE_TYPE (base)) | |

|| !get_range_query (cfun)->range_of_expr (r, base) | |

|| r.kind () != VR_RANGE) | |

return true; | |

base_min = r.lower_bound (); | |

base_max = r.upper_bound (); | |

if (!INTEGRAL_TYPE_P (TREE_TYPE (step)) | |

|| !get_range_query (cfun)->range_of_expr (r, step) | |

|| r.kind () != VR_RANGE) | |

return true; | |

step_min = r.lower_bound (); | |

step_max = r.upper_bound (); | |

if (!get_max_loop_iterations (loop, &nit)) | |

return true; | |

type_min = wi::min_value (type); | |

type_max = wi::max_value (type); | |

/* Just sanity check that we don't see values out of the range of the type. | |

In this case the arithmetics bellow would overflow. */ | |

gcc_checking_assert (wi::ge_p (base_min, type_min, sgn) | |

&& wi::le_p (base_max, type_max, sgn)); | |

/* Account the possible increment in the last ieration. */ | |

wi::overflow_type overflow = wi::OVF_NONE; | |

nit = wi::add (nit, 1, SIGNED, &overflow); | |

if (overflow) | |

return true; | |

/* NIT is typeless and can exceed the precision of the type. In this case | |

overflow is always possible, because we know STEP is non-zero. */ | |

if (wi::min_precision (nit, UNSIGNED) > TYPE_PRECISION (type)) | |

return true; | |

wide_int nit2 = wide_int::from (nit, TYPE_PRECISION (type), UNSIGNED); | |

/* If step can be positive, check that nit*step <= type_max-base. | |

This can be done by unsigned arithmetic and we only need to watch overflow | |

in the multiplication. The right hand side can always be represented in | |

the type. */ | |

if (sgn == UNSIGNED || !wi::neg_p (step_max)) | |

{ | |

wi::overflow_type overflow = wi::OVF_NONE; | |

if (wi::gtu_p (wi::mul (step_max, nit2, UNSIGNED, &overflow), | |

type_max - base_max) | |

|| overflow) | |

return true; | |

} | |

/* If step can be negative, check that nit*(-step) <= base_min-type_min. */ | |

if (sgn == SIGNED && wi::neg_p (step_min)) | |

{ | |

wi::overflow_type overflow, overflow2; | |

overflow = overflow2 = wi::OVF_NONE; | |

if (wi::gtu_p (wi::mul (wi::neg (step_min, &overflow2), | |

nit2, UNSIGNED, &overflow), | |

base_min - type_min) | |

|| overflow || overflow2) | |

return true; | |

} | |

return false; | |

} | |

/* Given EV with form of "(type) {inner_base, inner_step}_loop", this | |

function tries to derive condition under which it can be simplified | |

into "{(type)inner_base, (type)inner_step}_loop". The condition is | |

the maximum number that inner iv can iterate. */ | |

static tree | |

derive_simple_iv_with_niters (tree ev, tree *niters) | |

{ | |

if (!CONVERT_EXPR_P (ev)) | |

return ev; | |

tree inner_ev = TREE_OPERAND (ev, 0); | |

if (TREE_CODE (inner_ev) != POLYNOMIAL_CHREC) | |

return ev; | |

tree init = CHREC_LEFT (inner_ev); | |

tree step = CHREC_RIGHT (inner_ev); | |

if (TREE_CODE (init) != INTEGER_CST | |

|| TREE_CODE (step) != INTEGER_CST || integer_zerop (step)) | |

return ev; | |

tree type = TREE_TYPE (ev); | |

tree inner_type = TREE_TYPE (inner_ev); | |

if (TYPE_PRECISION (inner_type) >= TYPE_PRECISION (type)) | |

return ev; | |

/* Type conversion in "(type) {inner_base, inner_step}_loop" can be | |

folded only if inner iv won't overflow. We compute the maximum | |

number the inner iv can iterate before overflowing and return the | |

simplified affine iv. */ | |

tree delta; | |

init = fold_convert (type, init); | |

step = fold_convert (type, step); | |

ev = build_polynomial_chrec (CHREC_VARIABLE (inner_ev), init, step); | |

if (tree_int_cst_sign_bit (step)) | |

{ | |

tree bound = lower_bound_in_type (inner_type, inner_type); | |

delta = fold_build2 (MINUS_EXPR, type, init, fold_convert (type, bound)); | |

step = fold_build1 (NEGATE_EXPR, type, step); | |

} | |

else | |

{ | |

tree bound = upper_bound_in_type (inner_type, inner_type); | |

delta = fold_build2 (MINUS_EXPR, type, fold_convert (type, bound), init); | |

} | |

*niters = fold_build2 (FLOOR_DIV_EXPR, type, delta, step); | |

return ev; | |

} | |

/* Checks whether use of OP in USE_LOOP behaves as a simple affine iv with | |

respect to WRTO_LOOP and returns its base and step in IV if possible | |

(see analyze_scalar_evolution_in_loop for more details on USE_LOOP | |

and WRTO_LOOP). If ALLOW_NONCONSTANT_STEP is true, we want step to be | |

invariant in LOOP. Otherwise we require it to be an integer constant. | |

IV->no_overflow is set to true if we are sure the iv cannot overflow (e.g. | |

because it is computed in signed arithmetics). Consequently, adding an | |

induction variable | |

for (i = IV->base; ; i += IV->step) | |

is only safe if IV->no_overflow is false, or TYPE_OVERFLOW_UNDEFINED is | |

false for the type of the induction variable, or you can prove that i does | |

not wrap by some other argument. Otherwise, this might introduce undefined | |

behavior, and | |

i = iv->base; | |

for (; ; i = (type) ((unsigned type) i + (unsigned type) iv->step)) | |

must be used instead. | |

When IV_NITERS is not NULL, this function also checks case in which OP | |

is a conversion of an inner simple iv of below form: | |

(outer_type){inner_base, inner_step}_loop. | |

If type of inner iv has smaller precision than outer_type, it can't be | |

folded into {(outer_type)inner_base, (outer_type)inner_step}_loop because | |

the inner iv could overflow/wrap. In this case, we derive a condition | |

under which the inner iv won't overflow/wrap and do the simplification. | |

The derived condition normally is the maximum number the inner iv can | |

iterate, and will be stored in IV_NITERS. This is useful in loop niter | |

analysis, to derive break conditions when a loop must terminate, when is | |

infinite. */ | |

bool | |

simple_iv_with_niters (class loop *wrto_loop, class loop *use_loop, | |

tree op, affine_iv *iv, tree *iv_niters, | |

bool allow_nonconstant_step) | |

{ | |

enum tree_code code; | |

tree type, ev, base, e; | |

wide_int extreme; | |

bool folded_casts; | |

iv->base = NULL_TREE; | |

iv->step = NULL_TREE; | |

iv->no_overflow = false; | |

type = TREE_TYPE (op); | |

if (!POINTER_TYPE_P (type) | |

&& !INTEGRAL_TYPE_P (type)) | |

return false; | |

ev = analyze_scalar_evolution_in_loop (wrto_loop, use_loop, op, | |

&folded_casts); | |

if (chrec_contains_undetermined (ev) | |

|| chrec_contains_symbols_defined_in_loop (ev, wrto_loop->num)) | |

return false; | |

if (tree_does_not_contain_chrecs (ev)) | |

{ | |

iv->base = ev; | |

iv->step = build_int_cst (TREE_TYPE (ev), 0); | |

iv->no_overflow = true; | |

return true; | |

} | |

/* If we can derive valid scalar evolution with assumptions. */ | |

if (iv_niters && TREE_CODE (ev) != POLYNOMIAL_CHREC) | |

ev = derive_simple_iv_with_niters (ev, iv_niters); | |

if (TREE_CODE (ev) != POLYNOMIAL_CHREC) | |

return false; | |

if (CHREC_VARIABLE (ev) != (unsigned) wrto_loop->num) | |

return false; | |

iv->step = CHREC_RIGHT (ev); | |

if ((!allow_nonconstant_step && TREE_CODE (iv->step) != INTEGER_CST) | |

|| tree_contains_chrecs (iv->step, NULL)) | |

return false; | |

iv->base = CHREC_LEFT (ev); | |

if (tree_contains_chrecs (iv->base, NULL)) | |

return false; | |

iv->no_overflow = !folded_casts && nowrap_type_p (type); | |

if (!iv->no_overflow | |

&& !iv_can_overflow_p (wrto_loop, type, iv->base, iv->step)) | |

iv->no_overflow = true; | |

/* Try to simplify iv base: | |

(signed T) ((unsigned T)base + step) ;; TREE_TYPE (base) == signed T | |

== (signed T)(unsigned T)base + step | |

== base + step | |

If we can prove operation (base + step) doesn't overflow or underflow. | |

Specifically, we try to prove below conditions are satisfied: | |

base <= UPPER_BOUND (type) - step ;;step > 0 | |

base >= LOWER_BOUND (type) - step ;;step < 0 | |

This is done by proving the reverse conditions are false using loop's | |

initial conditions. | |

The is necessary to make loop niter, or iv overflow analysis easier | |

for below example: | |

int foo (int *a, signed char s, signed char l) | |

{ | |

signed char i; | |

for (i = s; i < l; i++) | |

a[i] = 0; | |

return 0; | |

} | |

Note variable I is firstly converted to type unsigned char, incremented, | |

then converted back to type signed char. */ | |

if (wrto_loop->num != use_loop->num) | |

return true; | |

if (!CONVERT_EXPR_P (iv->base) || TREE_CODE (iv->step) != INTEGER_CST) | |

return true; | |

type = TREE_TYPE (iv->base); | |

e = TREE_OPERAND (iv->base, 0); | |

if (TREE_CODE (e) != PLUS_EXPR | |

|| TREE_CODE (TREE_OPERAND (e, 1)) != INTEGER_CST | |

|| !tree_int_cst_equal (iv->step, | |

fold_convert (type, TREE_OPERAND (e, 1)))) | |

return true; | |

e = TREE_OPERAND (e, 0); | |

if (!CONVERT_EXPR_P (e)) | |

return true; | |

base = TREE_OPERAND (e, 0); | |

if (!useless_type_conversion_p (type, TREE_TYPE (base))) | |

return true; | |

if (tree_int_cst_sign_bit (iv->step)) | |

{ | |

code = LT_EXPR; | |

extreme = wi::min_value (type); | |

} | |

else | |

{ | |

code = GT_EXPR; | |

extreme = wi::max_value (type); | |

} | |

wi::overflow_type overflow = wi::OVF_NONE; | |

extreme = wi::sub (extreme, wi::to_wide (iv->step), | |

TYPE_SIGN (type), &overflow); | |

if (overflow) | |

return true; | |

e = fold_build2 (code, boolean_type_node, base, | |

wide_int_to_tree (type, extreme)); | |

e = simplify_using_initial_conditions (use_loop, e); | |

if (!integer_zerop (e)) | |

return true; | |

if (POINTER_TYPE_P (TREE_TYPE (base))) | |

code = POINTER_PLUS_EXPR; | |

else | |

code = PLUS_EXPR; | |

iv->base = fold_build2 (code, TREE_TYPE (base), base, iv->step); | |

return true; | |

} | |

/* Like simple_iv_with_niters, but return TRUE when OP behaves as a simple | |

affine iv unconditionally. */ | |

bool | |

simple_iv (class loop *wrto_loop, class loop *use_loop, tree op, | |

affine_iv *iv, bool allow_nonconstant_step) | |

{ | |

return simple_iv_with_niters (wrto_loop, use_loop, op, iv, | |

NULL, allow_nonconstant_step); | |

} | |

/* Finalize the scalar evolution analysis. */ | |

void | |

scev_finalize (void) | |

{ | |

if (!scalar_evolution_info) | |

return; | |

scalar_evolution_info->empty (); | |

scalar_evolution_info = NULL; | |

free_numbers_of_iterations_estimates (cfun); | |

} | |

/* Returns true if the expression EXPR is considered to be too expensive | |

for scev_const_prop. */ | |

static bool | |

expression_expensive_p (tree expr, hash_map<tree, uint64_t> &cache, | |

uint64_t &cost) | |

{ | |

enum tree_code code; | |

if (is_gimple_val (expr)) | |

return false; | |

code = TREE_CODE (expr); | |

if (code == TRUNC_DIV_EXPR | |

|| code == CEIL_DIV_EXPR | |

|| code == FLOOR_DIV_EXPR | |

|| code == ROUND_DIV_EXPR | |

|| code == TRUNC_MOD_EXPR | |

|| code == CEIL_MOD_EXPR | |

|| code == FLOOR_MOD_EXPR | |

|| code == ROUND_MOD_EXPR | |

|| code == EXACT_DIV_EXPR) | |

{ | |

/* Division by power of two is usually cheap, so we allow it. | |

Forbid anything else. */ | |

if (!integer_pow2p (TREE_OPERAND (expr, 1))) | |

return true; | |

} | |

bool visited_p; | |

uint64_t &local_cost = cache. |