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/* Communication between reload.c and reload1.c.
   Copyright (C) 1987, 91-95, 97, 1998 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

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/* If secondary reloads are the same for inputs and outputs, define those
   macros here.  */


/* If either macro is defined, show that we need secondary reloads.  */

/* If MEMORY_MOVE_COST isn't defined, give it a default here.  */
  (4 + memory_move_secondary_cost ((MODE), (CLASS), (IN)))
extern int memory_move_secondary_cost PROTO ((enum machine_mode, enum reg_class, int));

/* See reload.c and reload1.c for comments on these variables.  */

/* Maximum number of reloads we can need.  */

extern rtx reload_in[MAX_RELOADS];
extern rtx reload_out[MAX_RELOADS];
extern rtx reload_in_reg[MAX_RELOADS];
extern rtx reload_out_reg[MAX_RELOADS];
extern enum reg_class reload_reg_class[MAX_RELOADS];
extern enum machine_mode reload_inmode[MAX_RELOADS];
extern enum machine_mode reload_outmode[MAX_RELOADS];
extern char reload_optional[MAX_RELOADS];
extern char reload_nongroup[MAX_RELOADS];
extern int reload_inc[MAX_RELOADS];
extern int reload_opnum[MAX_RELOADS];
extern int reload_secondary_p[MAX_RELOADS];
extern int reload_secondary_in_reload[MAX_RELOADS];
extern int reload_secondary_out_reload[MAX_RELOADS];
extern enum insn_code reload_secondary_in_icode[MAX_RELOADS];
extern enum insn_code reload_secondary_out_icode[MAX_RELOADS];
extern int n_reloads;

extern rtx reload_reg_rtx[MAX_RELOADS];

/* Encode the usage of a reload.  The following codes are supported:

   RELOAD_FOR_INPUT		reload of an input operand
   RELOAD_FOR_OUTPUT		likewise, for output
   RELOAD_FOR_INSN		a reload that must not conflict with anything
				used in the insn, but may conflict with
				something used before or after the insn
   RELOAD_FOR_INPUT_ADDRESS	reload for parts of the address of an object
				that is an input reload
   RELOAD_FOR_OPERAND_ADDRESS	reload for the address of a non-reloaded
				operand; these don't conflict with
				any other addresses.
                                reloads; usually secondary reloads
   RELOAD_OTHER			none of the above, usually multiple uses
   RELOAD_FOR_OTHER_ADDRESS     reload for part of the address of an input
   				that is marked RELOAD_OTHER.

   This used to be "enum reload_when_needed" but some debuggers have trouble
   with an enum tag and variable of the same name.  */

enum reload_type

extern enum reload_type reload_when_needed[MAX_RELOADS];

extern rtx *reg_equiv_constant;
extern rtx *reg_equiv_memory_loc;
extern rtx *reg_equiv_address;
extern rtx *reg_equiv_mem;

/* All the "earlyclobber" operands of the current insn
   are recorded here.  */
extern int n_earlyclobbers;
extern rtx reload_earlyclobbers[MAX_RECOG_OPERANDS];

/* Save the number of operands.  */
extern int reload_n_operands;

/* First uid used by insns created by reload in this function.
   Used in find_equiv_reg.  */
extern int reload_first_uid;

/* Nonzero if indirect addressing is supported when the innermost MEM is
   of the form (MEM (SYMBOL_REF sym)).  It is assumed that the level to
   which these are valid is the same as spill_indirect_levels, above.   */

extern char indirect_symref_ok;

/* Nonzero if an address (plus (reg frame_pointer) (reg ...)) is valid.  */
extern char double_reg_address_ok;

extern int num_not_at_initial_offset;

/* These arrays record the insn_code of insns that may be needed to
   perform input and output reloads of special objects.  They provide a
   place to pass a scratch register.  */
extern enum insn_code reload_in_optab[];
extern enum insn_code reload_out_optab[];

struct needs
  /* [0] is normal, [1] is nongroup.  */
  short regs[2][N_REG_CLASSES];
  short groups[N_REG_CLASSES];

#if defined SET_HARD_REG_BIT && defined CLEAR_REG_SET
/* This structure describes instructions which are relevant for reload.
   Apart from all regular insns, this also includes CODE_LABELs, since they
   must be examined for register elimination.  */
struct insn_chain 
  /* Links to the neighbour instructions.  */
  struct insn_chain *next, *prev;

  /* Link through a chains set up by calculate_needs_all_insns, containing
     all insns that need reloading.  */
  struct insn_chain *next_need_reload;

  /* The basic block this insn is in.  */
  int block;
  /* The rtx of the insn.  */
  rtx insn;
  /* Register life information: record all live hard registers, and all
     live pseudos that have a hard register.
     This information is recorded for the point immediately before the insn
     (in live_before), and for the point within the insn at which all
     outputs have just been written to (in live_after).  */
  regset live_before;
  regset live_after;

  /* For each class, size of group of consecutive regs
     that is needed for the reloads of this class.  */
  char group_size[N_REG_CLASSES];
  /* For each class, the machine mode which requires consecutive
     groups of regs of that class.
     If two different modes ever require groups of one class,
     they must be the same size and equally restrictive for that class,
     otherwise we can't handle the complexity.  */
  enum machine_mode group_mode[N_REG_CLASSES];

  /* Indicates if a register was counted against the need for
     groups.  0 means it can count against max_nongroup instead.  */
  HARD_REG_SET counted_for_groups;

  /* Indicates if a register was counted against the need for
     non-groups.  0 means it can become part of a new group.
     During choose_reload_regs, 1 here means don't use this reg
     as part of a group, even if it seems to be otherwise ok.  */
  HARD_REG_SET counted_for_nongroups;

  /* Indicates which registers have already been used for spills.  */
  HARD_REG_SET used_spill_regs;

  /* Describe the needs for reload registers of this insn.  */
  struct needs need;

  /* Nonzero if find_reloads said the insn requires reloading.  */
  unsigned int need_reload:1;
  /* Nonzero if find_reloads needs to be run during reload_as_needed to
     perform modifications on any operands.  */
  unsigned int need_operand_change:1;
  /* Nonzero if eliminate_regs_in_insn said it requires eliminations.  */
  unsigned int need_elim:1;
  /* Nonzero if this insn was inserted by perform_caller_saves.  */
  unsigned int is_caller_save_insn:1;

/* A chain of insn_chain structures to describe all non-note insns in
   a function.  */
extern struct insn_chain *reload_insn_chain;

/* Allocate a new insn_chain structure.  */
extern struct insn_chain *new_insn_chain	PROTO((void));

extern void compute_use_by_pseudos		PROTO((HARD_REG_SET *, regset));

/* Functions from reload.c:  */

/* Return a memory location that will be used to copy X in mode MODE.  
   If we haven't already made a location for this mode in this insn,
   call find_reloads_address on the location being returned.  */
extern rtx get_secondary_mem PROTO((rtx, enum machine_mode,
				    int, enum reload_type));

/* Clear any secondary memory locations we've made.  */
extern void clear_secondary_mem PROTO((void));

/* Transfer all replacements that used to be in reload FROM to be in
   reload TO.  */
extern void transfer_replacements PROTO((int, int));

/* IN_RTX is the value loaded by a reload that we now decided to inherit,
   or a subpart of it.  If we have any replacements registered for IN_RTX,
   chancel the reloads that were supposed to load them.
   Return non-zero if we chanceled any reloads.  */
extern int remove_address_replacements PROTO((rtx in_rtx));

/* Like rtx_equal_p except that it allows a REG and a SUBREG to match
   if they are the same hard reg, and has special hacks for
   autoincrement and autodecrement.  */
extern int operands_match_p PROTO((rtx, rtx));

/* Return 1 if altering OP will not modify the value of CLOBBER. */
extern int safe_from_earlyclobber PROTO((rtx, rtx));

/* Search the body of INSN for values that need reloading and record them
   with push_reload.  REPLACE nonzero means record also where the values occur
   so that subst_reloads can be used.  */
extern int find_reloads PROTO((rtx, int, int, int, short *));

/* Compute the sum of X and Y, making canonicalizations assumed in an
   address, namely: sum constant integers, surround the sum of two
   constants with a CONST, put the constant as the second operand, and
   group the constant on the outermost sum.  */
extern rtx form_sum PROTO((rtx, rtx));

/* Substitute into the current INSN the registers into which we have reloaded
   the things that need reloading.  */
extern void subst_reloads PROTO((void));

/* Make a copy of any replacements being done into X and move those copies
   to locations in Y, a copy of X.  We only look at the highest level of
   the RTL.  */
extern void copy_replacements PROTO((rtx, rtx));

/* Change any replacements being done to *X to be done to *Y */
extern void move_replacements PROTO((rtx *x, rtx *y));

/* If LOC was scheduled to be replaced by something, return the replacement.
   Otherwise, return *LOC.  */
extern rtx find_replacement PROTO((rtx *));

/* Return nonzero if register in range [REGNO, ENDREGNO)
   appears either explicitly or implicitly in X
   other than being stored into.  */
extern int refers_to_regno_for_reload_p PROTO((int, int, rtx, rtx *));

/* Nonzero if modifying X will affect IN.  */
extern int reg_overlap_mentioned_for_reload_p PROTO((rtx, rtx));

/* Return nonzero if anything in X contains a MEM.  Look also for pseudo
   registers.  */
extern int refers_to_mem_for_reload_p PROTO((rtx));

/* Check the insns before INSN to see if there is a suitable register
   containing the same value as GOAL.  */
extern rtx find_equiv_reg PROTO((rtx, rtx, enum reg_class, int, short *,
				 int, enum machine_mode));

/* Return 1 if register REGNO is the subject of a clobber in insn INSN.  */
extern int regno_clobbered_p PROTO((int, rtx));

/* Functions in reload1.c:  */

extern int reloads_conflict		PROTO ((int, int));

int count_occurrences            PROTO((rtx, rtx));

/* Initialize the reload pass once per compilation.  */
extern void init_reload PROTO((void));

/* The reload pass itself.  */
extern int reload PROTO((rtx, int, FILE *));

/* Mark the slots in regs_ever_live for the hard regs
   used by pseudo-reg number REGNO.  */
extern void mark_home_live PROTO((int));

/* Scan X and replace any eliminable registers (such as fp) with a
   replacement (such as sp), plus an offset.  */
extern rtx eliminate_regs PROTO((rtx, enum machine_mode, rtx));

/* Emit code to perform a reload from IN (which may be a reload register) to
   OUT (which may also be a reload register).  IN or OUT is from operand
   OPNUM with reload type TYPE.  */
extern rtx gen_reload PROTO((rtx, rtx, int, enum reload_type));

/* Deallocate the reload register used by reload number R.  */
extern void deallocate_reload_reg PROTO((int r));

/* Functions in caller-save.c:  */

/* Initialize for caller-save.  */
extern void init_caller_save PROTO((void));

/* Initialize save areas by showing that we haven't allocated any yet.  */
extern void init_save_areas PROTO((void));

/* Allocate save areas for any hard registers that might need saving.  */
extern void setup_save_areas PROTO((void));

/* Find the places where hard regs are live across calls and save them.  */
extern void save_call_clobbered_regs PROTO((void));

/* Replace (subreg (reg)) with the appropriate (reg) for any operands.  */
extern void cleanup_subreg_operands PROTO ((rtx));