Commit 142eab74 authored by Sebastian Hack's avatar Sebastian Hack
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Moved new_ir_op from irop_t.h to irop.h since backends might need it

[r6000]
parent c977ff9c
......@@ -27,6 +27,36 @@
# include "ident.h"
/** The allowed parities */
typedef enum {
oparity_invalid = 0,
oparity_unary, /**< an unary operator -- considering 'numeric' arguments. */
oparity_binary, /**< an binary operator -- considering 'numeric' arguments.*/
oparity_trinary, /**< an trinary operator -- considering 'numeric' arguments.*/
oparity_zero, /**< no operators, as e.g. Const. */
oparity_variable, /**< arity not fixed by opcode, but statically
known. E.g., number of arguments to call. */
oparity_dynamic, /**< arity depends on state of firm representation.
Can change by optimizations...
We must allocate a dynamic in array for the node! */
oparity_any, /**< other arity */
} op_arity;
/** The irop flags */
typedef enum {
irop_flag_none = 0x00000000, /**< nothing */
irop_flag_labeled = 0x00000001, /**< if set, Output edge labels on in-edges in vcg graph */
irop_flag_commutative = 0x00000002, /**< operation is commutative */
irop_flag_cfopcode = 0x00000004, /**< is a control flow operation */
irop_flag_ip_cfopcode = 0x00000008, /**< operation manipulates interprocedural control flow */
irop_flag_fragile = 0x00000010, /**< set if the operation can change the control flow because
of an exception */
irop_flag_forking = 0x00000020, /**< the operation is a forking control flow */
irop_flag_highlevel = 0x00000040, /**< the operation is a pure high-level one and can be
skipped in low-level optimizations */
} irop_flags;
/** The opcodes of the libFirm predefined operations. */
typedef enum {
iro_Block,
......@@ -138,4 +168,21 @@ void set_op_pinned(ir_op *op, op_pin_state pinned);
/** Returns the next free IR opcode number, allows to register user ops */
unsigned get_next_ir_opcode(void);
/**
* Creates a new ir operation.
*
* @param code the opcode, one of type \c opcode
* @param name the printable name of this opcode
* @param p whether operations of this opcode are op_pin_state_pinned or floating
* @param flags a bitmask of irop_flags describing the behavior of the ir operation
* @param opar the parity of this ir operation
* @param op_index if the parity is oparity_unary, oparity_binary or oparity_trinary the index
* of the left operand
* @param attr_size attribute size for this ir operation
*
* @return The generated ir operation.
*/
ir_op * new_ir_op(opcode code, const char *name, op_pin_state p,
unsigned flags, op_arity opar, int op_index, size_t attr_size);
# endif /* _IROP_H_ */
......@@ -17,36 +17,6 @@
#include "tv.h"
#include "irnode.h"
/** The allowed parities */
typedef enum {
oparity_invalid = 0,
oparity_unary, /**< an unary operator -- considering 'numeric' arguments. */
oparity_binary, /**< an binary operator -- considering 'numeric' arguments.*/
oparity_trinary, /**< an trinary operator -- considering 'numeric' arguments.*/
oparity_zero, /**< no operators, as e.g. Const. */
oparity_variable, /**< arity not fixed by opcode, but statically
known. E.g., number of arguments to call. */
oparity_dynamic, /**< arity depends on state of firm representation.
Can change by optimizations...
We must allocate a dynamic in array for the node! */
oparity_any, /**< other arity */
} op_arity;
/** The irop flags */
typedef enum {
irop_flag_none = 0x00000000, /**< nothing */
irop_flag_labeled = 0x00000001, /**< if set, Output edge labels on in-edges in vcg graph */
irop_flag_commutative = 0x00000002, /**< operation is commutative */
irop_flag_cfopcode = 0x00000004, /**< is a control flow operation */
irop_flag_ip_cfopcode = 0x00000008, /**< operation manipulates interprocedural control flow */
irop_flag_fragile = 0x00000010, /**< set if the operation can change the control flow because
of an exception */
irop_flag_forking = 0x00000020, /**< the operation is a forking control flow */
irop_flag_highlevel = 0x00000040, /**< the operation is a pure high-level one and can be
skipped in low-level optimizations */
} irop_flags;
/**
* The compute value operation.
......@@ -143,23 +113,6 @@ struct ir_op {
verify_proj_node_func verify_proj_node; /**< verify the Proj node */
};
/**
* Creates a new ir operation.
*
* @param code the opcode, one of type \c opcode
* @param name the printable name of this opcode
* @param p whether operations of this opcode are op_pin_state_pinned or floating
* @param flags a bitmask of irop_flags describing the behavior of the ir operation
* @param opar the parity of this ir operation
* @param op_index if the parity is oparity_unary, oparity_binary or oparity_trinary the index
* of the left operand
* @param attr_size attribute size for this ir operation
*
* @return The generated ir operation.
*/
ir_op * new_ir_op(opcode code, const char *name, op_pin_state p,
unsigned flags, op_arity opar, int op_index, size_t attr_size);
/**
* Frees a newly created ir operation.
*/
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