Commit 09051aee authored by Matthias Braun's avatar Matthias Braun
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cleanup documentation and reformat

[r27687]
parent 2097cd20
......@@ -83,8 +83,9 @@ enum {
/**
* Make a new Spill node.
*/
ir_node *be_new_Spill(const arch_register_class_t *cls, const arch_register_class_t *cls_frame,
ir_node *bl, ir_node *frame, ir_node *to_spill);
ir_node *be_new_Spill(const arch_register_class_t *cls,
const arch_register_class_t *cls_frame, ir_node *block,
ir_node *frame, ir_node *to_spill);
/**
* Position numbers for the be_Reload inputs.
......@@ -97,8 +98,9 @@ enum {
/**
* Make a new Reload node.
*/
ir_node *be_new_Reload(const arch_register_class_t *cls, const arch_register_class_t *cls_frame,
ir_node *bl, ir_node *frame, ir_node *mem, ir_mode *mode);
ir_node *be_new_Reload(const arch_register_class_t *cls,
const arch_register_class_t *cls_frame, ir_node *block,
ir_node *frame, ir_node *mem, ir_mode *mode);
/**
* Position numbers for the be_Copy inputs.
......@@ -110,7 +112,8 @@ enum {
/**
* Make a new Copy node.
*/
ir_node *be_new_Copy(const arch_register_class_t *cls, ir_node *block, ir_node *in);
ir_node *be_new_Copy(const arch_register_class_t *cls, ir_node *block,
ir_node *in);
/** Returns the Copy Argument. */
ir_node *be_get_Copy_op(const ir_node *cpy);
/** Sets the Copy Argument. */
......@@ -119,7 +122,8 @@ void be_set_Copy_op(ir_node *cpy, ir_node *op);
/**
* Make a new Perm node.
*/
ir_node *be_new_Perm(const arch_register_class_t *cls, ir_node *bl, int arity, ir_node *in[]);
ir_node *be_new_Perm(const arch_register_class_t *cls, ir_node *block,
int n, ir_node *in[]);
/**
* Reduce a Perm.
......@@ -127,20 +131,28 @@ ir_node *be_new_Perm(const arch_register_class_t *cls, ir_node *bl, int arity, i
* map is -1, the argument gets deleted.
* This function takes care, that the register data and the input array reflects
* the changes described by the map.
* This is needed by the Perm optimization/movement in belower.c, see push_through_perm().
* This is needed by the Perm optimization/movement in belower.c, see
* push_through_perm().
* @param perm The perm node.
* @param new_size The new number of arguments (must be smaller or equal to the current one).
* @param map A map assigning each operand a new index (or -1 to indicate deletion).
* @param new_size The new number of arguments (must be smaller or equal to the
* current one).
* @param map A map assigning each operand a new index (or -1 to indicate
* deletion).
*/
void be_Perm_reduce(ir_node *perm, int new_size, int *map);
/**
* Create a new MemPerm node.
* A MemPerm node exchanges the values of memory locations. (Typically entities
* used as spillslots). MemPerm nodes perform this operation without modifying
* any register values.
*/
ir_node *be_new_MemPerm(const arch_env_t *arch_env, ir_node *bl, int n, ir_node *in[]);
ir_node *be_new_MemPerm(const arch_env_t *arch_env, ir_node *block, int n,
ir_node *in[]);
ir_node *be_new_Keep(ir_node *block, int arity, ir_node *in[]);
void be_Keep_add_node(ir_node *keep, const arch_register_class_t *cls, ir_node *node);
void be_Keep_add_node(ir_node *keep, const arch_register_class_t *cls,
ir_node *node);
/**
* Position numbers for the be_FrameAddr inputs
......@@ -150,7 +162,8 @@ enum {
};
/** Create a new FrameAddr node. */
ir_node *be_new_FrameAddr(const arch_register_class_t *cls_frame, ir_node *bl, ir_node *frame, ir_entity *ent);
ir_node *be_new_FrameAddr(const arch_register_class_t *cls_frame,
ir_node *block, ir_node *frame, ir_entity *ent);
/** Return the frame input of a FrameAddr node. */
ir_node *be_get_FrameAddr_frame(const ir_node *node);
......@@ -175,16 +188,18 @@ enum {
/**
* Make a new AddSP node.
* An AddSP node expresses an increase of the stack pointer in the direction the stack
* grows. In contrast to IncSP, the amount of bytes the stack pointer is grown, is not
* given by a constant but an ordinary Firm node.
* An AddSP node expresses an increase of the stack pointer in the direction
* the stack grows. In contrast to IncSP, the amount of bytes the stack pointer
* is grown, is not given by a constant but an ordinary Firm node.
* @param sp The stack pointer register.
* @param bl The block.
* @param block The block.
* @param old_sp The node representing the old stack pointer value.
* @param sz The node expressing the size by which the stack pointer shall be grown.
* @param size The node expressing the size by which the stack pointer shall
* be grown.
* @return A new AddSP node.
*/
ir_node *be_new_AddSP(const arch_register_t *sp, ir_node *bl, ir_node *old_sp, ir_node *sz);
ir_node *be_new_AddSP(const arch_register_t *sp, ir_node *block,
ir_node *old_sp, ir_node *size);
/**
* Position numbers for the be_SubSP inputs
......@@ -203,29 +218,35 @@ enum {
/**
* Make a new SubSP node.
* A SubSP node expresses a decrease of the stack pointer in the direction the stack
* grows. In contrast to IncSP, the amount of bytes the stack pointer is grown, is not
* given by a constant but an ordinary Firm node.
* A SubSP node expresses a decrease of the stack pointer in the direction the
* stack grows. In contrast to IncSP, the amount of bytes the stack pointer is
* grown, is not given by a constant but an ordinary Firm node.
* @param sp The stack pointer register.
* @param bl The block.
* @param block The block.
* @param old_sp The node representing the old stack pointer value.
* @param sz The node expressing the size by which the stack pointer shall be grown.
* @param size The node expressing the size by which the stack pointer shall
* be grown.
* @return A new DecSP node.
*/
ir_node *be_new_SubSP(const arch_register_t *sp, ir_node *bl, ir_node *old_sp, ir_node *sz);
ir_node *be_new_SubSP(const arch_register_t *sp, ir_node *block,
ir_node *old_sp, ir_node *size);
/**
* Make a stack pointer increase/decrease node.
* @param sp The stack pointer register. * @param irg The graph to insert the node to.
* @param bl The block to insert the node into.
* @param sp The stack pointer register.
* @param block The block to insert the node into.
* @param old_sp The node defining the former stack pointer.
* @param amount The mount of bytes the stack shall be expanded/shrinked (see set_IncSP_offset)
* @param dir The direction in which the stack pointer shall be modified:
* Along the stack's growing direction or against.
* @param offset amount the stack should expand (positive offset) or shrink
* (negative offset). Note that the offset is independent of the
* natural stack direction of the architecture but just specifies
* abstract expanding/shrinking of the stack area.
* @param align force stack alignment to this power of 2. (ie. specifying 3
* results in a 2^3 = 8byte stack alignment)
* @return A new stack pointer increment/decrement node.
* @note This node sets a register constraint to the @p sp register on its output.
* @note This node sets a register constraint to the @p sp register on
* its output.
*/
ir_node *be_new_IncSP(const arch_register_t *sp, ir_node *bl,
ir_node *be_new_IncSP(const arch_register_t *sp, ir_node *block,
ir_node *old_sp, int offset, int align);
/** Returns the previous node that computes the stack pointer. */
......@@ -275,7 +296,8 @@ enum {
typedef enum {
pn_be_Call_M_regular = pn_Call_M, /**< The memory result of a be_Call. */
pn_be_Call_sp = pn_Call_max,
pn_be_Call_first_res /**< The first result proj number of a be_Call. */
pn_be_Call_first_res /**< The first result proj number of a
be_Call. */
} pn_be_Call;
/**
......@@ -283,17 +305,19 @@ typedef enum {
*
* @param dbg debug info
* @param irg the graph where the call is placed
* @param bl the block where the call is placed
* @param block the block where the call is placed
* @param mem the memory input of the call
* @param sp the stack pointer input of the call
* @param ptr the address of the called function, if immediate call set to sp
* @param ptr the address of the called function, if immediate call set
* to sp
* @param n_outs the number of outcoming values from this call
* @param n the number of (register) inputs of this call
* @param in the (register) inputs of this call
* @param call_tp the call type of this call
*/
ir_node *be_new_Call(dbg_info *dbg, ir_graph *irg, ir_node *bl, ir_node *mem, ir_node *sp, ir_node *ptr,
int n_outs, int n, ir_node *in[], ir_type *call_tp);
ir_node *be_new_Call(dbg_info *dbg, ir_graph *irg, ir_node *block, ir_node *mem,
ir_node *sp, ir_node *ptr, int n_outs,
int n, ir_node *in[], ir_type *call_tp);
/**
* Position numbers for the be_Return inputs.
......@@ -309,19 +333,21 @@ enum {
*
* @param dbg debug info
* @param irg the graph where the new node will be placed
* @param bl the block where the new node will be placed
* @param block the block where the new node will be placed
* @param n_res number of "real" results
* @param n number of inputs
* @param pop pop number of bytes on return
* @param n number of inputs
* @param in input array
*/
ir_node *be_new_Return(dbg_info *dbg, ir_graph *irg, ir_node *bl, int n_res, unsigned pop, int n, ir_node *in[]);
ir_node *be_new_Return(dbg_info *dbg, ir_graph *irg, ir_node *block, int n_res,
unsigned pop, int n, ir_node *in[]);
/** Returns the number of real returns values */
int be_Return_get_n_rets(const ir_node *ret);
/**
* Return the number of bytes that should be popped from stack when executing the Return.
* Return the number of bytes that should be popped from stack when executing
* the Return.
*
* @param ret the be_Return node
*/
......@@ -346,7 +372,7 @@ int be_Return_append_node(ir_node *ret, ir_node *node);
ir_node *be_new_Start(dbg_info *dbgi, ir_node *block, int n_out);
ir_node *be_new_Barrier(ir_node *bl, int n, ir_node *in[]);
ir_node *be_new_Barrier(ir_node *block, int n, ir_node *in[]);
/**
* Appends a node to a barrier, returns the result proj of the node
......@@ -357,7 +383,7 @@ ir_node *be_Barrier_append_node(ir_node *barrier, ir_node *node);
* Make a spill node.
*
* @param irn The node to be spilled.
* @param spill_ctx The context in which the spill is introduced (This is mostly == irn up to the case of Phis).
* @param block the block where the spill should be placed
* @return The new spill node.
*/
ir_node *be_spill(ir_node *block, ir_node *irn);
......@@ -366,27 +392,29 @@ ir_node *be_spill(ir_node *block, ir_node *irn);
* Make a reload and insert it into the schedule.
*
* @param cls The register class of the reloaded value.
* @param insert The node in the schedule in front of which the reload is inserted.
* @param insert The node in the schedule in front of which the reload is
* inserted.
* @param mode The mode of the original (spilled) value.
* @param spill The spill node corresponding to this reload.
* @return A freshly made reload.
*/
ir_node *be_reload(const arch_register_class_t *cls, ir_node *insert, ir_mode *mode, ir_node *spill);
ir_node *be_reload(const arch_register_class_t *cls, ir_node *insert,
ir_mode *mode, ir_node *spill);
enum {
be_pos_CopyKeep_op = 0
};
ir_node *be_new_CopyKeep(const arch_register_class_t *cls, ir_node *bl, ir_node *src, int n, ir_node *in_keep[], ir_mode *mode);
ir_node *be_new_CopyKeep_single(const arch_register_class_t *cls, ir_node *bl, ir_node *src, ir_node *keep, ir_mode *mode);
ir_node *be_new_CopyKeep(const arch_register_class_t *cls, ir_node *block,
ir_node *src, int n, ir_node *in_keep[],
ir_mode *mode);
ir_node *be_new_CopyKeep_single(const arch_register_class_t *cls,
ir_node *block, ir_node *src, ir_node *keep,
ir_mode *mode);
ir_node *be_get_CopyKeep_op(const ir_node *cpy);
void be_set_CopyKeep_op(ir_node *cpy, ir_node *op);
/**
* Get the backend opcode of a backend node.
* @param irn The node.
* @return The backend opcode.
*/
#define be_get_irn_opcode(irn) get_irn_opcode(irn)
void be_set_CopyKeep_op(ir_node *cpy, ir_node *op);
/**
* Returns the frame entity of a be node.
......@@ -418,7 +446,8 @@ int be_get_MemPerm_entity_arity(const ir_node *irn);
* Impose a register constraint on a backend node.
* @param irn The node.
* @param pos The position of the argument.
* @param reg The register which is admissible for that node, argument/result and position.
* @param reg The register which is admissible for that node, argument/result
* and position.
*/
void be_set_constr_single_reg_in(ir_node *irn, int pos,
const arch_register_t *reg, arch_register_req_type_t additional_flags);
......@@ -427,8 +456,9 @@ void be_set_constr_single_reg_out(ir_node *irn, int pos,
/**
* Impose register constraints on a backend node.
* The register subsets given by the limited function in @p req are copied to the backend node.
* This requires that the constraint type of the @p req is arch_register_req_type_limited.
* The register subsets given by the limited function in @p req are copied to
* the backend node. This requires that the constraint type of the @p req is
* arch_register_req_type_limited.
* @param irn The backend node.
* @param pos The position (@see be_set_constr_single_reg()).
* @param req The register requirements which shall be transferred.
......@@ -442,8 +472,10 @@ void be_set_constr_out(ir_node *irn, int pos, const arch_register_req_t *req);
* @param pos The position (0..n) for arguments
* @param flags The register class to set for that node and position.
*/
void be_node_set_reg_class_in(ir_node *irn, int pos, const arch_register_class_t *cls);
void be_node_set_reg_class_out(ir_node *irn, int pos, const arch_register_class_t *cls);
void be_node_set_reg_class_in(ir_node *irn, int pos,
const arch_register_class_t *cls);
void be_node_set_reg_class_out(ir_node *irn, int pos,
const arch_register_class_t *cls);
/**
* Set the register requirements for a phi node.
......@@ -479,4 +511,4 @@ static inline int be_is_Start (const ir_node *irn) { return get_irn_opcode(ir
static inline int be_is_FrameAddr(const ir_node *irn) { return get_irn_opcode(irn) == beo_FrameAddr; }
static inline int be_is_Barrier (const ir_node *irn) { return get_irn_opcode(irn) == beo_Barrier ; }
#endif /* FIRM_BE_BENODE_T_H */
#endif
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