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    • Matthias Braun's avatar
      ir_mode: simplify interface, improve float-mode handling · e3b765fc
      Matthias Braun authored
      The main change here is splitting new_ir_mode into new_int_mode,
      new_reference_mode and new_float_mode. You can now specify
      mantissa+exponent size in new_float_mode. This also changes:
      
      - x86 80bit-FP mode is NOT a ieee754 don't put "ieee754" into functions
        names that can also handle x86 80bit fps
      - Move ieee_descriptor_t from tarval module into ir_mode struct
        (and rename to float_descriptor_t)
      - Introduce mode_Q which represents binary128 from ieee754
      - You can ask float modes for mantissa/exponent sizes now
      - Fix endianess when emitting big float values in begnuas
      - A bunch of long double fixes in ia32: the mode there has 10bytes
        (80bit) but the variables typically are 12 or 16 byte big
      - This fixes some problems of sparc binary128 handling
      e3b765fc
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    • Matthias Braun's avatar
      big refactoring of arch_XXX functions · 41dc42af
      Matthias Braun authored
      This tries to get the names in a consistent format. We basically have 2
      views on register allocation/constraints now:
      
      1) Register Requirements and Assigments are per-instruction. Each
         instruction has requirements on its inputs and outputs, register get
         assigned for outputs of an instruction (assignment is an attribute of
         an instruction, not of the Proj-nodes).
         The internal datastructures model this form!
      
         The functions here have the form:
           arch_get_irn_register_req_in(node, input_nr)
           arch_get_irn_register_in(node, input_nr)
           arch_get_irn_register_req_out(node, output_nr)
           arch_set_irn_register_out(node, output_nr, register)
      
      2) Register Requirements and Assignments are on firm-values. This view
         allows to query/assign requirements and registers at the Proj nodes
         instead of the repsective predecessors.
         This is a convenience interface modeled on top of the other!
      
         The functions have the form:
           arch_get_irn_register_req(node)
           arch_get_irn_register(node)
           arch_set_irn_register(node, register)
      41dc42af
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    • Matthias Braun's avatar
      Rework linkage types in firm. · 2bc2dd4b
      Matthias Braun authored
      - Merge stickyness, visibility and variability into ir_linkage
      - Add proper support for common symbols, weak symbols and C++ COMDAT stuff
      - Mark OO-features type_visibility, peculiarity and allocation as deprecated
        OO feature will be separated from firm core into higher levels in the long run
      - Rework, simplify and fix bugs in begnuas.c
      
      [r27030]
      2bc2dd4b
  35. 05 Jan, 2010 1 commit
    • Matthias Braun's avatar
      Primitive, Pointer, Array and Method types are anonymous now · 9d564d61
      Matthias Braun authored
      - There's a new type_dbg_info* that allows you to attach debug names to types
      - get_type_name and get_type_ident are now more. The new ir_print_type
        and the usual ir_printf("%+F", type) help in most usage cases.
        But you should be aware that names are not guaranteed to be unique anymore
        (or positively said: You don't have no trouble anymore building unique names
         in code that creates types)
      - No need to specify mode for new pointer types anymore (you can still do it
        with set_type_mode)
      
      [r26909]
      9d564d61
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    • yb9976's avatar
      typos · 6187ee24
      yb9976 authored
      [r26519]
      6187ee24