Commit 851474f8 authored by Matthias Braun's avatar Matthias Braun
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amd64: TODO update

parent c0a9a341
amd64 backend TODO:
- SSE Division is not commutative and we have no neg-add style workaround like
for the Sub node. So maybe we need finally need a must_be_same constraint.
- compound return calling convention
- Implement more builtins (libgcc lacks several of them that gcc provides
natively on amd64 so cparser/libfirm when linking to the compilerlib fallback)
- Builtins not implemented: parity, popcount
- Thread local storage not implemented
- Finish PIC code implementation. This is mostly done now, usual accesses to
functions and variables including address mode matching looks fine now.
Jumptables are not accessed correctly in PIC yet and
- x87: Implement int -> x87 and x87 -> int conversions.
- x87: Implement unsigned -> x87 and x87 -> unsigned conversions.
- x87: Adapt fix spill with full float-stack case to amd64 (see panic in
Improve Quality:
- Perform IncSP/IncSP peephole
- Immediate32 matching could be better and match SymConst, Add(SymConst, Const)
combinations where possible.
- Match Immediate + Address mode for Cmp
- Do stores of immediates in 1 instruction!
- Cmp allows Immediate and Address mode at the same time
- Support Read-Modify-Store operations (aka destination address mode)
- Leave out labels that are not jumped at (improves assembly readability, see
ia32 backend output)
......@@ -26,8 +21,6 @@ Improve Quality:
- Implement CMov/Set and announce this in mux_allowed callback
- We always Spill/Reload 64bit, we should improve the spiller to allow smaller
spills where possible.
- Perform some benchmark comparison with clang/gcc and distill more issues to
put on this list.
- Support folding reloads into nodes (amd64_irn_ops: possible_memory_operand()
- Report instruction costs (amd64_irn_ops: get_op_estimated_cost())
......@@ -40,3 +33,5 @@ Improve Quality:
- Match RCPxx SSE instruction
- x87: Support source address modes.
- Address mode support for Div/IDiv
- Perform some benchmark comparison with clang/gcc and distill more issues to
put on this list.
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