df.h   [plain text]

/* Form lists of pseudo register references for autoinc optimization
   for GNU compiler.  This is part of flow optimization.
   Copyright (C) 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005
   Free Software Foundation, Inc.
   Contributed by Michael P. Hayes (m.hayes@elec.canterbury.ac.nz)

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 2, or (at your option) any later

GCC is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY
WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with GCC; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to the Free
Software Foundation, 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA
02111-1307, USA.  */

#ifndef GCC_DF_H
#define GCC_DF_H

#include "bitmap.h"
#include "basic-block.h"

#define DF_RD		1	/* Reaching definitions.  */
#define DF_RU		2	/* Reaching uses.  */
#define DF_LR		4	/* Live registers.  */
#define DF_DU_CHAIN	8	/* Def-use chain.  */
#define DF_UD_CHAIN	16	/* Use-def chain.  */
#define DF_REG_INFO	32	/* Register info.  */
#define DF_RD_CHAIN	64	/* Reg-def chain.  */
#define DF_RU_CHAIN	128	/* Reg-use chain.  */
#define DF_ALL		255
#define DF_HARD_REGS	1024	/* Mark hard registers.  */
#define DF_EQUIV_NOTES	2048	/* Mark uses present in EQUIV/EQUAL notes.  */


#define DF_REF_TYPE_NAMES {"def", "use", "mem load", "mem store"}

/* Link on a def-use or use-def chain.  */
struct df_link
  struct df_link *next;
  struct ref *ref;

enum df_ref_flags
    /* Read-modify-write refs generate both a use and a def and
       these are marked with this flag to show that they are not
       independent.  */

    /* This flag is set, if we stripped the subreg from the reference.
       In this case we must make conservative guesses, at what the
       outer mode was.  */

/* Define a register reference structure.  One of these is allocated
   for every register reference (use or def).  Note some register
   references (e.g., post_inc, subreg) generate both a def and a use.  */
struct ref
  rtx reg;			/* The register referenced.  */
  rtx insn;			/* Insn containing ref.  */
  rtx *loc;			/* The location of the reg.  */
  struct df_link *chain;	/* Head of def-use or use-def chain.  */
  unsigned int id;		/* Ref index.  */
  enum df_ref_type type;	/* Type of ref.  */
  enum df_ref_flags flags;	/* Various flags.  */
  void *data;			/* The data assigned to it by user.  */

/* One of these structures is allocated for every insn.  */
struct insn_info
  struct df_link *defs;		/* Head of insn-def chain.  */
  struct df_link *uses;		/* Head of insn-use chain.  */
  /* ???? The following luid field should be considered private so that
     we can change it on the fly to accommodate new insns?  */
  int luid;			/* Logical UID.  */

/* One of these structures is allocated for every reg.  */
struct reg_info
  struct df_link *defs;		/* Head of reg-def chain.  */
  struct df_link *uses;		/* Head of reg-use chain.  */
  int lifetime;
  int n_defs;
  int n_uses;

/* One of these structures is allocated for every basic block.  */
struct bb_info
  /* Reaching def bitmaps have def_id elements.  */
  bitmap rd_kill;
  bitmap rd_gen;
  bitmap rd_in;
  bitmap rd_out;
  /* Reaching use bitmaps have use_id elements.  */
  bitmap ru_kill;
  bitmap ru_gen;
  bitmap ru_in;
  bitmap ru_out;
  /* Live variable bitmaps have n_regs elements.  */
  bitmap lr_def;
  bitmap lr_use;
  bitmap lr_in;
  bitmap lr_out;
  int rd_valid;
  int ru_valid;
  int lr_valid;

struct df
  int flags;			/* Indicates what's recorded.  */
  struct bb_info *bbs;		/* Basic block table.  */
  struct ref **defs;		/* Def table, indexed by def_id.  */
  struct ref **uses;		/* Use table, indexed by use_id.  */
  struct ref **reg_def_last;	/* Indexed by regno.  */
  struct reg_info *regs;	/* Regs table, index by regno.  */
  unsigned int reg_size;	/* Size of regs table.  */
  struct insn_info *insns;	/* Insn table, indexed by insn UID.  */
  unsigned int insn_size;	/* Size of insn table.  */
  unsigned int def_id;		/* Next def ID.  */
  unsigned int def_size;	/* Size of def table.  */
  unsigned int n_defs;		/* Size of def bitmaps.  */
  unsigned int use_id;		/* Next use ID.  */
  unsigned int use_size;	/* Size of use table.  */
  unsigned int n_uses;		/* Size of use bitmaps.  */
  unsigned int n_bbs;		/* Number of basic blocks.  */
  unsigned int n_regs;		/* Number of regs.  */
  unsigned int def_id_save;	/* Saved next def ID.  */
  unsigned int use_id_save;	/* Saved next use ID.  */
  bitmap insns_modified;	/* Insns that (may) have changed.  */
  bitmap bbs_modified;		/* Blocks that (may) have changed.  */
  bitmap all_blocks;		/* All blocks in CFG.  */
  int *dfs_order;		/* DFS order -> block number.  */
  int *rc_order;		/* Reverse completion order -> block number.  */
  int *rts_order;		/* Reverse top sort order -> block number.  */
  int *inverse_rc_map;		/* Block number -> reverse completion order.  */
  int *inverse_dfs_map;		/* Block number -> DFS order.  */
  int *inverse_rts_map;		/* Block number -> reverse top-sort order.  */

struct df_map
  rtx old;
  rtx new;

#define DF_BB_INFO(REFS, BB) (&REFS->bbs[(BB)->index])

/* Macros to access the elements within the ref structure.  */

#define DF_REF_REAL_REG(REF) (GET_CODE ((REF)->reg) == SUBREG \
				? SUBREG_REG ((REF)->reg) : ((REF)->reg))
#define DF_REF_REAL_LOC(REF) (GET_CODE ((REF)->reg) == SUBREG \
			        ? &SUBREG_REG ((REF)->reg) : ((REF)->loc))
#define DF_REF_REG(REF) ((REF)->reg)
#define DF_REF_LOC(REF) ((REF)->loc)
#define DF_REF_BB(REF) (BLOCK_FOR_INSN ((REF)->insn))
#define DF_REF_BBNO(REF) (BLOCK_FOR_INSN ((REF)->insn)->index)
#define DF_REF_INSN(REF) ((REF)->insn)
#define DF_REF_INSN_UID(REF) (INSN_UID ((REF)->insn))
#define DF_REF_TYPE(REF) ((REF)->type)
#define DF_REF_CHAIN(REF) ((REF)->chain)
#define DF_REF_ID(REF) ((REF)->id)
#define DF_REF_FLAGS(REF) ((REF)->flags)
#define DF_REF_DATA(REF) ((REF)->data)

/* Macros to determine the reference type.  */

                               || DF_REF_REG_MEM_LOAD_P (REF))

/* Macros to access the elements within the reg_info structure table.  */

((DF)->regs[REGNUM].defs ? (DF)->regs[REGNUM].defs->ref : 0)
((DF)->regs[REGNUM].uses ? (DF)->regs[REGNUM].uses->ref : 0)


/* Macros to access the elements within the insn_info structure table.  */

#define DF_INSN_LUID(DF, INSN) ((DF)->insns[INSN_UID (INSN)].luid)
#define DF_INSN_DEFS(DF, INSN) ((DF)->insns[INSN_UID (INSN)].defs)
#define DF_INSN_USES(DF, INSN) ((DF)->insns[INSN_UID (INSN)].uses)

/* Functions to build and analyze dataflow information.  */

extern struct df *df_init (void);

extern int df_analyze (struct df *, bitmap, int);
extern void df_analyze_subcfg (struct df *, bitmap, int);

extern void df_finish (struct df *);

extern void df_dump (struct df *, int, FILE *);

/* Functions to modify insns.  */

extern void df_insn_modify (struct df *, basic_block, rtx);

extern rtx df_insn_delete (struct df *, basic_block, rtx);

extern rtx df_pattern_emit_before (struct df *, rtx, basic_block, rtx);

extern rtx df_jump_pattern_emit_after (struct df *, rtx, basic_block, rtx);

extern rtx df_pattern_emit_after (struct df *, rtx, basic_block, rtx);

extern rtx df_insn_move_before (struct df *, basic_block, rtx, basic_block,

extern int df_reg_replace (struct df *, bitmap, rtx, rtx);

extern int df_ref_reg_replace (struct df *, struct ref *, rtx, rtx);

extern int df_ref_remove (struct df *, struct ref *);

extern int df_insn_mem_replace (struct df *, basic_block, rtx, rtx, rtx);

extern struct ref *df_bb_def_use_swap (struct df *, basic_block, rtx, rtx,
				       unsigned int);

/* Functions to query dataflow information.  */

extern basic_block df_regno_bb (struct df *, unsigned int);

extern int df_reg_lifetime (struct df *, rtx);

extern int df_reg_global_p (struct df *, rtx);

extern int df_insn_regno_def_p (struct df *, basic_block, rtx, unsigned int);

extern int df_insn_dominates_all_uses_p (struct df *, basic_block, rtx);

extern int df_insn_dominates_uses_p (struct df *, basic_block, rtx, bitmap);

extern int df_bb_reg_live_start_p (struct df *, basic_block, rtx);

extern int df_bb_reg_live_end_p (struct df *, basic_block, rtx);

extern int df_bb_regs_lives_compare (struct df *, basic_block, rtx, rtx);

extern rtx df_bb_single_def_use_insn_find (struct df *, basic_block, rtx,
extern struct ref *df_bb_regno_last_use_find (struct df *, basic_block, unsigned int);

extern struct ref *df_bb_regno_first_def_find (struct df *, basic_block, unsigned int);

extern struct ref *df_bb_regno_last_def_find (struct df *, basic_block, unsigned int);

extern struct ref *df_find_def (struct df *, rtx, rtx);

extern int df_reg_used (struct df *, rtx, rtx);

/* Functions for debugging from GDB.  */

extern void debug_df_insn (rtx);

extern void debug_df_regno (unsigned int);

extern void debug_df_reg (rtx);

extern void debug_df_defno (unsigned int);

extern void debug_df_useno (unsigned int);

extern void debug_df_ref (struct ref *);

extern void debug_df_chain (struct df_link *);

extern void df_insn_debug (struct df *, rtx, FILE *);

extern void df_insn_debug_regno (struct df *, rtx, FILE *);

/* Meet over any path (UNION) or meet over all paths (INTERSECTION).  */
enum df_confluence_op

/* Dataflow direction.  */
enum df_flow_dir

typedef void (*transfer_function) (int, int *, void *, void *,
				   void *, void *, void *);

/* The description of a dataflow problem to solve.  */

enum set_representation
  SR_SBITMAP,		/* Represent sets by bitmaps.  */
  SR_BITMAP		/* Represent sets by sbitmaps.  */

struct dataflow
  enum set_representation repr;		/* The way the sets are represented.  */

  /* The following arrays are indexed by block indices, so they must always
     be large enough even if we restrict ourselves just to a subset of cfg.  */
  void **gen, **kill;			/* Gen and kill sets.  */
  void **in, **out;			/* Results.  */

  enum df_flow_dir dir;			/* Dataflow direction.  */
  enum df_confluence_op conf_op;	/* Confluence operator.  */ 
  unsigned n_blocks;			/* Number of basic blocks in the
					   order.  */
  int *order;				/* The list of basic blocks to work
					   with, in the order they should
					   be processed in.  */
  transfer_function transfun;		/* The transfer function.  */
  void *data;				/* Data used by the transfer
					   function.  */

extern void iterative_dataflow (struct dataflow *);
extern bool read_modify_subreg_p (rtx);

#endif /* GCC_DF_H */