# tree-vectorizer.c   [plain text]

```/* Loop Vectorization
Copyright (C) 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Contributed by Dorit Naishlos <dorit@il.ibm.com>

This file is part of GCC.

GCC is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) any later
version.

GCC is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY
WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License
for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with GCC; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to the Free
Software Foundation, 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA
02110-1301, USA.  */

/* Loop Vectorization Pass.

This pass tries to vectorize loops. This first implementation focuses on
simple inner-most loops, with no conditional control flow, and a set of
simple operations which vector form can be expressed using existing
tree codes (PLUS, MULT etc).

For example, the vectorizer transforms the following simple loop:

short a[N]; short b[N]; short c[N]; int i;

for (i=0; i<N; i++){
a[i] = b[i] + c[i];
}

as if it was manually vectorized by rewriting the source code into:

typedef int __attribute__((mode(V8HI))) v8hi;
short a[N];  short b[N]; short c[N];   int i;
v8hi *pa = (v8hi*)a, *pb = (v8hi*)b, *pc = (v8hi*)c;
v8hi va, vb, vc;

for (i=0; i<N/8; i++){
vb = pb[i];
vc = pc[i];
va = vb + vc;
pa[i] = va;
}

The main entry to this pass is vectorize_loops(), in which
the vectorizer applies a set of analyses on a given set of loops,
followed by the actual vectorization transformation for the loops that
had successfully passed the analysis phase.

Throughout this pass we make a distinction between two types of
data: scalars (which are represented by SSA_NAMES), and memory references
("data-refs"). These two types of data require different handling both
during analysis and transformation. The types of data-refs that the
vectorizer currently supports are ARRAY_REFS which base is an array DECL
(not a pointer), and INDIRECT_REFS through pointers; both array and pointer
accesses are required to have a  simple (consecutive) access pattern.

Analysis phase:
===============
The driver for the analysis phase is vect_analyze_loop_nest().
It applies a set of analyses, some of which rely on the scalar evolution
analyzer (scev) developed by Sebastian Pop.

During the analysis phase the vectorizer records some information
per stmt in a "stmt_vec_info" struct which is attached to each stmt in the
loop, as well as general information about the loop as a whole, which is
recorded in a "loop_vec_info" struct attached to each loop.

Transformation phase:
=====================
The loop transformation phase scans all the stmts in the loop, and
creates a vector stmt (or a sequence of stmts) for each scalar stmt S in
the loop that needs to be vectorized. It insert the vector code sequence
just before the scalar stmt S, and records a pointer to the vector code
in STMT_VINFO_VEC_STMT (stmt_info) (stmt_info is the stmt_vec_info struct
attached to S). This pointer will be used for the vectorization of following
stmts which use the def of stmt S. Stmt S is removed if it writes to memory;
otherwise, we rely on dead code elimination for removing it.

For example, say stmt S1 was vectorized into stmt VS1:

VS1: vb = px[i];
S1:	b = x[i];    STMT_VINFO_VEC_STMT (stmt_info (S1)) = VS1
S2:  a = b;

To vectorize stmt S2, the vectorizer first finds the stmt that defines
the operand 'b' (S1), and gets the relevant vector def 'vb' from the
vector stmt VS1 pointed to by STMT_VINFO_VEC_STMT (stmt_info (S1)). The
resulting sequence would be:

VS1: vb = px[i];
S1:	b = x[i];	STMT_VINFO_VEC_STMT (stmt_info (S1)) = VS1
VS2: va = vb;
S2:  a = b;          STMT_VINFO_VEC_STMT (stmt_info (S2)) = VS2

Operands that are not SSA_NAMEs, are data-refs that appear in
load/store operations (like 'x[i]' in S1), and are handled differently.

Target modeling:
=================
Currently the only target specific information that is used is the
size of the vector (in bytes) - "UNITS_PER_SIMD_WORD". Targets that can
support different sizes of vectors, for now will need to specify one value
for "UNITS_PER_SIMD_WORD". More flexibility will be added in the future.

Since we only vectorize operations which vector form can be
expressed using existing tree codes, to verify that an operation is
supported, the vectorizer checks the relevant optab at the relevant
the value found is CODE_FOR_nothing, then there's no target support, and
we can't vectorize the stmt.

For additional information on this project see:
http://gcc.gnu.org/projects/tree-ssa/vectorization.html
*/

#include "config.h"
#include "system.h"
#include "coretypes.h"
#include "tm.h"
#include "ggc.h"
#include "tree.h"
#include "target.h"
#include "rtl.h"
#include "basic-block.h"
#include "diagnostic.h"
#include "tree-flow.h"
#include "tree-dump.h"
#include "timevar.h"
#include "cfgloop.h"
#include "cfglayout.h"
#include "expr.h"
#include "optabs.h"
#include "params.h"
#include "toplev.h"
#include "tree-chrec.h"
#include "tree-data-ref.h"
#include "tree-scalar-evolution.h"
#include "input.h"
/* APPLE LOCAL opt diary */
#include "debug.h"
#include "tree-vectorizer.h"
#include "tree-pass.h"

/*************************************************************************
Simple Loop Peeling Utilities
*************************************************************************/
static struct loop *slpeel_tree_duplicate_loop_to_edge_cfg
(struct loop *, struct loops *, edge);
static void slpeel_update_phis_for_duplicate_loop
(struct loop *, struct loop *, bool after);
static void slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard1
(edge, struct loop *, bool, basic_block *, bitmap *);
static void slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard2
(edge, struct loop *, bool, basic_block *);
static edge slpeel_add_loop_guard (basic_block, tree, basic_block, basic_block);

static void rename_use_op (use_operand_p);
static void rename_variables_in_bb (basic_block);
static void rename_variables_in_loop (struct loop *);

/*************************************************************************
General Vectorization Utilities
*************************************************************************/
static void vect_set_dump_settings (void);

/* vect_dump will be set to stderr or dump_file if exist.  */
FILE *vect_dump;

/* vect_verbosity_level set to an invalid value
to mark that it's uninitialized.  */
enum verbosity_levels vect_verbosity_level = MAX_VERBOSITY_LEVEL;

/* Number of loops, at the beginning of vectorization.  */
unsigned int vect_loops_num;

/* Loop location.  */
static LOC vect_loop_location;

/* Bitmap of virtual variables to be renamed.  */
bitmap vect_vnames_to_rename;

/*************************************************************************
Simple Loop Peeling Utilities

Utilities to support loop peeling for vectorization purposes.
*************************************************************************/

/* Renames the use *OP_P.  */

static void
rename_use_op (use_operand_p op_p)
{
tree new_name;

if (TREE_CODE (USE_FROM_PTR (op_p)) != SSA_NAME)
return;

new_name = get_current_def (USE_FROM_PTR (op_p));

/* Something defined outside of the loop.  */
if (!new_name)
return;

/* An ordinary ssa name defined in the loop.  */

SET_USE (op_p, new_name);
}

/* Renames the variables in basic block BB.  */

static void
rename_variables_in_bb (basic_block bb)
{
tree phi;
block_stmt_iterator bsi;
tree stmt;
use_operand_p use_p;
ssa_op_iter iter;
edge e;
edge_iterator ei;
struct loop *loop = bb->loop_father;

for (bsi = bsi_start (bb); !bsi_end_p (bsi); bsi_next (&bsi))
{
stmt = bsi_stmt (bsi);
FOR_EACH_SSA_USE_OPERAND (use_p, stmt, iter,
(SSA_OP_ALL_USES | SSA_OP_ALL_KILLS))
rename_use_op (use_p);
}

FOR_EACH_EDGE (e, ei, bb->succs)
{
if (!flow_bb_inside_loop_p (loop, e->dest))
continue;
for (phi = phi_nodes (e->dest); phi; phi = PHI_CHAIN (phi))
rename_use_op (PHI_ARG_DEF_PTR_FROM_EDGE (phi, e));
}
}

/* Renames variables in new generated LOOP.  */

static void
rename_variables_in_loop (struct loop *loop)
{
unsigned i;
basic_block *bbs;

bbs = get_loop_body (loop);

for (i = 0; i < loop->num_nodes; i++)
rename_variables_in_bb (bbs[i]);

free (bbs);
}

/* Update the PHI nodes of NEW_LOOP.

NEW_LOOP is a duplicate of ORIG_LOOP.
AFTER indicates whether NEW_LOOP executes before or after ORIG_LOOP:
AFTER is true if NEW_LOOP executes after ORIG_LOOP, and false if it
executes before it.  */

static void
slpeel_update_phis_for_duplicate_loop (struct loop *orig_loop,
struct loop *new_loop, bool after)
{
tree new_ssa_name;
tree phi_new, phi_orig;
tree def;
edge orig_loop_latch = loop_latch_edge (orig_loop);
edge new_loop_exit_e = new_loop->single_exit;
edge entry_arg_e = (after ? orig_loop_latch : orig_entry_e);

/*
Add the first phi argument for the phi in NEW_LOOP
(the one associated with the entry of NEW_LOOP)

Add the second phi argument for the phi in NEW_LOOP
(the one associated with the latch of NEW_LOOP)

step 3. Update the phis in the successor block of NEW_LOOP.

case 1: NEW_LOOP was placed before ORIG_LOOP:
The successor block of NEW_LOOP is the header of ORIG_LOOP.
Updating the phis in the successor block can therefore be done
along with the scanning of the loop header phis, because the
header blocks of ORIG_LOOP and NEW_LOOP have exactly the same
phi nodes, organized in the same order.

case 2: NEW_LOOP was placed after ORIG_LOOP:
The successor block of NEW_LOOP is the original exit block of
ORIG_LOOP - the phis to be updated are the loop-closed-ssa phis.
We postpone updating these phis to a later stage (when
*/

/* Scan the phis in the headers of the old and new loops
(they are organized in exactly the same order).  */

phi_new && phi_orig;
phi_new = PHI_CHAIN (phi_new), phi_orig = PHI_CHAIN (phi_orig))
{
/* step 1.  */
def = PHI_ARG_DEF_FROM_EDGE (phi_orig, entry_arg_e);

/* step 2.  */
def = PHI_ARG_DEF_FROM_EDGE (phi_orig, orig_loop_latch);
if (TREE_CODE (def) != SSA_NAME)
continue;

new_ssa_name = get_current_def (def);
if (!new_ssa_name)
{
/* This only happens if there are no definitions
inside the loop. use the phi_result in this case.  */
new_ssa_name = PHI_RESULT (phi_new);
}

/* An ordinary ssa name defined in the loop.  */

/* step 3 (case 1).  */
if (!after)
{
gcc_assert (new_loop_exit_e == orig_entry_e);
SET_PHI_ARG_DEF (phi_orig,
new_loop_exit_e->dest_idx,
new_ssa_name);
}
}
}

/* Update PHI nodes for a guard of the LOOP.

Input:
- LOOP, GUARD_EDGE: LOOP is a loop for which we added guard code that
controls whether LOOP is to be executed.  GUARD_EDGE is the edge that
originates from the guard-bb, skips LOOP and reaches the (unique) exit
bb of LOOP.  This loop-exit-bb is an empty bb with one successor.
We denote this bb NEW_MERGE_BB because before the guard code was added
it had a single predecessor (the LOOP header), and now it became a merge
point of two paths - the path that ends with the LOOP exit-edge, and
the path that ends with GUARD_EDGE.
- NEW_EXIT_BB: New basic block that is added by this function between LOOP
and NEW_MERGE_BB. It is used to place loop-closed-ssa-form exit-phis.

===> The CFG before the guard-code was added:
loop_body
if (exit_loop) goto update_bb
update_bb:

==> The CFG after the guard-code was added:
guard_bb:
if (LOOP_guard_condition) goto new_merge_bb
loop_body
if (exit_loop_condition) goto new_merge_bb
new_merge_bb:
goto update_bb
update_bb:

==> The CFG after this function:
guard_bb:
if (LOOP_guard_condition) goto new_merge_bb
loop_body
if (exit_loop_condition) goto new_exit_bb
new_exit_bb:
new_merge_bb:
goto update_bb
update_bb:

This function:
1. creates and updates the relevant phi nodes to account for the new
incoming edge (GUARD_EDGE) into NEW_MERGE_BB. This involves:
1.1. Create phi nodes at NEW_MERGE_BB.
1.2. Update the phi nodes at the successor of NEW_MERGE_BB (denoted
UPDATE_BB).  UPDATE_BB was the exit-bb of LOOP before NEW_MERGE_BB
2. preserves loop-closed-ssa-form by creating the required phi nodes
at the exit of LOOP (i.e, in NEW_EXIT_BB).

There are two flavors to this function:

slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard1:
Here the guard controls whether we enter or skip LOOP, where LOOP is a
prolog_loop (loop1 below), and the new phis created in NEW_MERGE_BB are
for variables that have phis in the loop header.

slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard2:
Here the guard controls whether we enter or skip LOOP, where LOOP is an
epilog_loop (loop2 below), and the new phis created in NEW_MERGE_BB are
for variables that have phis in the loop exit.

I.E., the overall structure is:

guard1 (goto loop1/merg1_bb)
loop1
loop1_exit_bb:
guard2 (goto merge1_bb/merge2_bb)
merge1_bb
loop2
loop2_exit_bb
merge2_bb
next_bb

slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard1 takes care of creating phis in
loop1_exit_bb and merge1_bb. These are entry phis (phis for the vars

slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard2 takes care of creating phis in
loop2_exit_bb and merge2_bb. These are exit phis (phis for the vars
that have phis in next_bb). It also adds some of these phis to
loop1_exit_bb.

slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard1 is always called before
slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard2. They are both needed in order
to create correct data-flow and loop-closed-ssa-form.

Generally slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard1 creates phis for variables
that change between iterations of a loop (and therefore have a phi-node
at the loop entry), whereas slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard2 creates
phis for variables that are used out of the loop (and therefore have
loop-closed exit phis). Some variables may be both updated between
iterations and used after the loop. This is why in loop1_exit_bb we
may need both entry_phis (created by slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard1)
and exit phis (created by slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard2).

- IS_NEW_LOOP: if IS_NEW_LOOP is true, then LOOP is a newly created copy of
an original loop. i.e., we have:

orig_loop
guard_bb (goto LOOP/new_merge)
new_loop <-- LOOP
new_exit
new_merge
next_bb

If IS_NEW_LOOP is false, then LOOP is an original loop, in which case we
have:

new_loop
guard_bb (goto LOOP/new_merge)
orig_loop <-- LOOP
new_exit
new_merge
next_bb

The SSA names defined in the original loop have a current
reaching definition that that records the corresponding new
ssa-name used in the new duplicated loop copy.
*/

/* Function slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard1

Input:
- GUARD_EDGE, LOOP, IS_NEW_LOOP, NEW_EXIT_BB - as explained above.
- DEFS - a bitmap of ssa names to mark new names for which we recorded
information.

In the context of the overall structure, we have:

guard1 (goto loop1/merg1_bb)
LOOP->  loop1
loop1_exit_bb:
guard2 (goto merge1_bb/merge2_bb)
merge1_bb
loop2
loop2_exit_bb
merge2_bb
next_bb

For each name updated between loop iterations (i.e - for each name that has
an entry (loop-header) phi in LOOP) we create a new phi in:
1. merge1_bb (to account for the edge from guard1)
2. loop1_exit_bb (an exit-phi to keep LOOP in loop-closed form)
*/

static void
slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard1 (edge guard_edge, struct loop *loop,
bool is_new_loop, basic_block *new_exit_bb,
bitmap *defs)
{
tree orig_phi, new_phi;
tree update_phi, update_phi2;
tree guard_arg, loop_arg;
basic_block new_merge_bb = guard_edge->dest;
edge e = EDGE_SUCC (new_merge_bb, 0);
basic_block update_bb = e->dest;
edge new_exit_e;
tree current_new_name;
tree name;

/* Create new bb between loop and new_merge_bb.  */
*new_exit_bb = split_edge (loop->single_exit);

new_exit_e = EDGE_SUCC (*new_exit_bb, 0);

for (orig_phi = phi_nodes (orig_bb), update_phi = phi_nodes (update_bb);
orig_phi && update_phi;
orig_phi = PHI_CHAIN (orig_phi), update_phi = PHI_CHAIN (update_phi))
{
/* Virtual phi; Mark it for renaming. We actually want to call
mar_sym_for_renaming, but since all ssa renaming datastructures
are going to be freed before we get to call ssa_upate, we just
record this name for now in a bitmap, and will mark it for
renaming later.  */
name = PHI_RESULT (orig_phi);
if (!is_gimple_reg (SSA_NAME_VAR (name)))
bitmap_set_bit (vect_vnames_to_rename, SSA_NAME_VERSION (name));

/** 1. Handle new-merge-point phis  **/

/* 1.1. Generate new phi node in NEW_MERGE_BB:  */
new_phi = create_phi_node (SSA_NAME_VAR (PHI_RESULT (orig_phi)),
new_merge_bb);

/* 1.2. NEW_MERGE_BB has two incoming edges: GUARD_EDGE and the exit-edge
of LOOP. Set the two phi args in NEW_PHI for these edges:  */
loop_arg = PHI_ARG_DEF_FROM_EDGE (orig_phi, EDGE_SUCC (loop->latch, 0));
guard_arg = PHI_ARG_DEF_FROM_EDGE (orig_phi, loop_preheader_edge (loop));

/* 1.3. Update phi in successor block.  */
gcc_assert (PHI_ARG_DEF_FROM_EDGE (update_phi, e) == loop_arg
|| PHI_ARG_DEF_FROM_EDGE (update_phi, e) == guard_arg);
SET_PHI_ARG_DEF (update_phi, e->dest_idx, PHI_RESULT (new_phi));
update_phi2 = new_phi;

/** 2. Handle loop-closed-ssa-form phis  **/

/* 2.1. Generate new phi node in NEW_EXIT_BB:  */
new_phi = create_phi_node (SSA_NAME_VAR (PHI_RESULT (orig_phi)),
*new_exit_bb);

/* 2.2. NEW_EXIT_BB has one incoming edge: the exit-edge of the loop.  */

/* 2.3. Update phi in successor of NEW_EXIT_BB:  */
gcc_assert (PHI_ARG_DEF_FROM_EDGE (update_phi2, new_exit_e) == loop_arg);
SET_PHI_ARG_DEF (update_phi2, new_exit_e->dest_idx, PHI_RESULT (new_phi));

/* 2.4. Record the newly created name with set_current_def.
We want to find a name such that
name = get_current_def (orig_loop_name)
and to set its current definition as follows:
set_current_def (name, new_phi_name)

If LOOP is a new loop then loop_arg is already the name we're
looking for. If LOOP is the original loop, then loop_arg is
the orig_loop_name and the relevant name is recorded in its
current reaching definition.  */
if (is_new_loop)
current_new_name = loop_arg;
else
{
current_new_name = get_current_def (loop_arg);
/* current_def is not available only if the variable does not
change inside the loop, in which case we also don't care
about recording a current_def for it because we won't be
trying to create loop-exit-phis for it.  */
if (!current_new_name)
continue;
}
gcc_assert (get_current_def (current_new_name) == NULL_TREE);

set_current_def (current_new_name, PHI_RESULT (new_phi));
bitmap_set_bit (*defs, SSA_NAME_VERSION (current_new_name));
}

set_phi_nodes (new_merge_bb, phi_reverse (phi_nodes (new_merge_bb)));
}

/* Function slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard2

Input:
- GUARD_EDGE, LOOP, IS_NEW_LOOP, NEW_EXIT_BB - as explained above.

In the context of the overall structure, we have:

guard1 (goto loop1/merg1_bb)
loop1
loop1_exit_bb:
guard2 (goto merge1_bb/merge2_bb)
merge1_bb
LOOP->  loop2
loop2_exit_bb
merge2_bb
next_bb

For each name used out side the loop (i.e - for each name that has an exit
phi in next_bb) we create a new phi in:
1. merge2_bb (to account for the edge from guard_bb)
2. loop2_exit_bb (an exit-phi to keep LOOP in loop-closed form)
3. guard2 bb (an exit phi to keep the preceding loop in loop-closed form),
if needed (if it wasn't handled by slpeel_update_phis_nodes_for_phi1).
*/

static void
slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard2 (edge guard_edge, struct loop *loop,
bool is_new_loop, basic_block *new_exit_bb)
{
tree orig_phi, new_phi;
tree update_phi, update_phi2;
tree guard_arg, loop_arg;
basic_block new_merge_bb = guard_edge->dest;
edge e = EDGE_SUCC (new_merge_bb, 0);
basic_block update_bb = e->dest;
edge new_exit_e;
tree orig_def, orig_def_new_name;
tree new_name, new_name2;
tree arg;

/* Create new bb between loop and new_merge_bb.  */
*new_exit_bb = split_edge (loop->single_exit);

new_exit_e = EDGE_SUCC (*new_exit_bb, 0);

for (update_phi = phi_nodes (update_bb); update_phi;
update_phi = PHI_CHAIN (update_phi))
{
orig_phi = update_phi;
orig_def = PHI_ARG_DEF_FROM_EDGE (orig_phi, e);
/* This loop-closed-phi actually doesn't represent a use
out of the loop - the phi arg is a constant.  */
if (TREE_CODE (orig_def) != SSA_NAME)
continue;
orig_def_new_name = get_current_def (orig_def);
arg = NULL_TREE;

/** 1. Handle new-merge-point phis  **/

/* 1.1. Generate new phi node in NEW_MERGE_BB:  */
new_phi = create_phi_node (SSA_NAME_VAR (PHI_RESULT (orig_phi)),
new_merge_bb);

/* 1.2. NEW_MERGE_BB has two incoming edges: GUARD_EDGE and the exit-edge
of LOOP. Set the two PHI args in NEW_PHI for these edges:  */
new_name = orig_def;
new_name2 = NULL_TREE;
if (orig_def_new_name)
{
new_name = orig_def_new_name;
/* Some variables have both loop-entry-phis and loop-exit-phis.
Such variables were given yet newer names by phis placed in
guard_bb by slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard1. I.e:
new_name2 = get_current_def (get_current_def (orig_name)).  */
new_name2 = get_current_def (new_name);
}

if (is_new_loop)
{
guard_arg = orig_def;
loop_arg = new_name;
}
else
{
guard_arg = new_name;
loop_arg = orig_def;
}
if (new_name2)
guard_arg = new_name2;

/* 1.3. Update phi in successor block.  */
gcc_assert (PHI_ARG_DEF_FROM_EDGE (update_phi, e) == orig_def);
SET_PHI_ARG_DEF (update_phi, e->dest_idx, PHI_RESULT (new_phi));
update_phi2 = new_phi;

/** 2. Handle loop-closed-ssa-form phis  **/

/* 2.1. Generate new phi node in NEW_EXIT_BB:  */
new_phi = create_phi_node (SSA_NAME_VAR (PHI_RESULT (orig_phi)),
*new_exit_bb);

/* 2.2. NEW_EXIT_BB has one incoming edge: the exit-edge of the loop.  */

/* 2.3. Update phi in successor of NEW_EXIT_BB:  */
gcc_assert (PHI_ARG_DEF_FROM_EDGE (update_phi2, new_exit_e) == loop_arg);
SET_PHI_ARG_DEF (update_phi2, new_exit_e->dest_idx, PHI_RESULT (new_phi));

/** 3. Handle loop-closed-ssa-form phis for first loop  **/

/* 3.1. Find the relevant names that need an exit-phi in
GUARD_BB, i.e. names for which
phi node. This is the case for names that are used outside
the loop (and therefore need an exit phi) but are not updated
across loop iterations (and therefore don't have a

slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard1 is responsible for
creating loop-exit phis in GUARD_BB for names that have a
loop-header-phi.  When such a phi is created we also record
the new name in its current definition.  If this new name
exists, then guard_arg was set to this new name (see 1.2
above).  Therefore, if guard_arg is not this new name, this
is an indication that an exit-phi in GUARD_BB was not yet
created, so we take care of it here.  */
if (guard_arg == new_name2)
continue;
arg = guard_arg;

/* 3.2. Generate new phi node in GUARD_BB:  */
new_phi = create_phi_node (SSA_NAME_VAR (PHI_RESULT (orig_phi)),
guard_edge->src);

/* 3.3. GUARD_BB has one incoming edge:  */
gcc_assert (EDGE_COUNT (guard_edge->src->preds) == 1);
add_phi_arg (new_phi, arg, EDGE_PRED (guard_edge->src, 0));

/* 3.4. Update phi in successor of GUARD_BB:  */
gcc_assert (PHI_ARG_DEF_FROM_EDGE (update_phi2, guard_edge)
== guard_arg);
SET_PHI_ARG_DEF (update_phi2, guard_edge->dest_idx, PHI_RESULT (new_phi));
}

set_phi_nodes (new_merge_bb, phi_reverse (phi_nodes (new_merge_bb)));
}

/* Make the LOOP iterate NITERS times. This is done by adding a new IV
that starts at zero, increases by one and its limit is NITERS.

Assumption: the exit-condition of LOOP is the last stmt in the loop.  */

void
slpeel_make_loop_iterate_ntimes (struct loop *loop, tree niters)
{
tree indx_before_incr, indx_after_incr, cond_stmt, cond;
tree orig_cond;
edge exit_edge = loop->single_exit;
block_stmt_iterator loop_cond_bsi;
block_stmt_iterator incr_bsi;
bool insert_after;
tree begin_label = tree_block_label (loop->latch);
tree exit_label = tree_block_label (loop->single_exit->dest);
tree init = build_int_cst (TREE_TYPE (niters), 0);
tree step = build_int_cst (TREE_TYPE (niters), 1);
tree then_label;
tree else_label;
LOC loop_loc;

orig_cond = get_loop_exit_condition (loop);
gcc_assert (orig_cond);
loop_cond_bsi = bsi_for_stmt (orig_cond);

standard_iv_increment_position (loop, &incr_bsi, &insert_after);
create_iv (init, step, NULL_TREE, loop,
&incr_bsi, insert_after, &indx_before_incr, &indx_after_incr);

if (exit_edge->flags & EDGE_TRUE_VALUE) /* 'then' edge exits the loop.  */
{
cond = build2 (GE_EXPR, boolean_type_node, indx_after_incr, niters);
then_label = build1 (GOTO_EXPR, void_type_node, exit_label);
else_label = build1 (GOTO_EXPR, void_type_node, begin_label);
}
else /* 'then' edge loops back.  */
{
cond = build2 (LT_EXPR, boolean_type_node, indx_after_incr, niters);
then_label = build1 (GOTO_EXPR, void_type_node, begin_label);
else_label = build1 (GOTO_EXPR, void_type_node, exit_label);
}

cond_stmt = build3 (COND_EXPR, TREE_TYPE (orig_cond), cond,
then_label, else_label);
bsi_insert_before (&loop_cond_bsi, cond_stmt, BSI_SAME_STMT);

/* Remove old loop exit test:  */
bsi_remove (&loop_cond_bsi, true);

loop_loc = find_loop_location (loop);
if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_DETAILS))
{
if (loop_loc != UNKNOWN_LOC)
fprintf (dump_file, "\nloop at %s:%d: ",
LOC_FILE (loop_loc), LOC_LINE (loop_loc));
print_generic_expr (dump_file, cond_stmt, TDF_SLIM);
}

loop->nb_iterations = niters;
}

/* Given LOOP this function generates a new copy of it and puts it
on E which is either the entry or exit of LOOP.  */

static struct loop *
slpeel_tree_duplicate_loop_to_edge_cfg (struct loop *loop, struct loops *loops,
edge e)
{
struct loop *new_loop;
basic_block *new_bbs, *bbs;
bool at_exit;
bool was_imm_dom;
basic_block exit_dest;
tree phi, phi_arg;

at_exit = (e == loop->single_exit);
if (!at_exit && e != loop_preheader_edge (loop))
return NULL;

bbs = get_loop_body (loop);

/* Check whether duplication is possible.  */
if (!can_copy_bbs_p (bbs, loop->num_nodes))
{
free (bbs);
return NULL;
}

/* Generate new loop structure.  */
new_loop = duplicate_loop (loops, loop, loop->outer);
if (!new_loop)
{
free (bbs);
return NULL;
}

exit_dest = loop->single_exit->dest;
was_imm_dom = (get_immediate_dominator (CDI_DOMINATORS,
true : false);

new_bbs = XNEWVEC (basic_block, loop->num_nodes);

copy_bbs (bbs, loop->num_nodes, new_bbs,
&loop->single_exit, 1, &new_loop->single_exit, NULL,
e->src);

/* Duplicating phi args at exit bbs as coming
also from exit of duplicated loop.  */
for (phi = phi_nodes (exit_dest); phi; phi = PHI_CHAIN (phi))
{
phi_arg = PHI_ARG_DEF_FROM_EDGE (phi, loop->single_exit);
if (phi_arg)
{
edge new_loop_exit_edge;

if (EDGE_SUCC (new_loop->header, 0)->dest == new_loop->latch)
else

}
}

if (at_exit) /* Add the loop copy at exit.  */
{
if (was_imm_dom)
}
else /* Add the copy at entry.  */
{
edge new_exit_e;

if (!flow_bb_inside_loop_p (new_loop,
else

new_exit_e->src);

/* We have to add phi args to the loop->header here as coming
from new_exit_e edge.  */
for (phi = phi_nodes (loop->header); phi; phi = PHI_CHAIN (phi))
{
phi_arg = PHI_ARG_DEF_FROM_EDGE (phi, entry_e);
if (phi_arg)
}

}

free (new_bbs);
free (bbs);

return new_loop;
}

/* Given the condition statement COND, put it as the last statement
of GUARD_BB; EXIT_BB is the basic block to skip the loop;
Assumes that this is the single exit of the guarded loop.
Returns the skip edge.  */

static edge
slpeel_add_loop_guard (basic_block guard_bb, tree cond, basic_block exit_bb,
basic_block dom_bb)
{
block_stmt_iterator bsi;
edge new_e, enter_e;
tree cond_stmt, then_label, else_label;

enter_e = EDGE_SUCC (guard_bb, 0);
enter_e->flags &= ~EDGE_FALLTHRU;
enter_e->flags |= EDGE_FALSE_VALUE;
bsi = bsi_last (guard_bb);

then_label = build1 (GOTO_EXPR, void_type_node,
tree_block_label (exit_bb));
else_label = build1 (GOTO_EXPR, void_type_node,
tree_block_label (enter_e->dest));
cond_stmt = build3 (COND_EXPR, void_type_node, cond,
then_label, else_label);
bsi_insert_after (&bsi, cond_stmt, BSI_NEW_STMT);
/* Add new edge to connect guard block to the merge/loop-exit block.  */
new_e = make_edge (guard_bb, exit_bb, EDGE_TRUE_VALUE);
set_immediate_dominator (CDI_DOMINATORS, exit_bb, dom_bb);
return new_e;
}

/* This function verifies that the following restrictions apply to LOOP:
(1) it is innermost
(2) it consists of exactly 2 basic blocks - header, and an empty latch.
(3) it is single entry, single exit
(4) its exit condition is the last stmt in the header
(5) E is the entry/exit edge of LOOP.
*/

bool
slpeel_can_duplicate_loop_p (struct loop *loop, edge e)
{
edge exit_e = loop->single_exit;
tree orig_cond = get_loop_exit_condition (loop);
block_stmt_iterator loop_exit_bsi = bsi_last (exit_e->src);

if (need_ssa_update_p ())
return false;

if (loop->inner
/* All loops have an outer scope; the only case loop->outer is NULL is for
the function itself.  */
|| !loop->outer
|| loop->num_nodes != 2
|| !empty_block_p (loop->latch)
|| !loop->single_exit
/* Verify that new loop exit condition can be trivially modified.  */
|| (!orig_cond || orig_cond != bsi_stmt (loop_exit_bsi))
|| (e != exit_e && e != entry_e))
return false;

return true;
}

#ifdef ENABLE_CHECKING
void
slpeel_verify_cfg_after_peeling (struct loop *first_loop,
struct loop *second_loop)
{
basic_block loop1_exit_bb = first_loop->single_exit->dest;

/* A guard that controls whether the second_loop is to be executed or skipped
is placed in first_loop->exit.  first_loopt->exit therefore has two
successors - one is the preheader of second_loop, and the other is a bb
after second_loop.
*/
gcc_assert (EDGE_COUNT (loop1_exit_bb->succs) == 2);

/* 1. Verify that one of the successors of first_loopt->exit is the preheader
of second_loop.  */

/* The preheader of new_loop is expected to have two predecessors:
first_loop->exit and the block that precedes first_loop.  */

gcc_assert (EDGE_COUNT (loop2_entry_bb->preds) == 2
&& ((EDGE_PRED (loop2_entry_bb, 0)->src == loop1_exit_bb
&& EDGE_PRED (loop2_entry_bb, 1)->src == loop1_entry_bb)
|| (EDGE_PRED (loop2_entry_bb, 1)->src ==  loop1_exit_bb
&& EDGE_PRED (loop2_entry_bb, 0)->src == loop1_entry_bb)));

/* Verify that the other successor of first_loopt->exit is after the
second_loop.  */
/* TODO */
}
#endif

/* Function slpeel_tree_peel_loop_to_edge.

Peel the first (last) iterations of LOOP into a new prolog (epilog) loop
that is placed on the entry (exit) edge E of LOOP. After this transformation
we have two loops one after the other - first-loop iterates FIRST_NITERS
times, and second-loop iterates the remainder NITERS - FIRST_NITERS times.

Input:
- LOOP: the loop to be peeled.
- E: the exit or entry edge of LOOP.
If it is the entry edge, we peel the first iterations of LOOP. In this
case first-loop is LOOP, and second-loop is the newly created loop.
If it is the exit edge, we peel the last iterations of LOOP. In this
case, first-loop is the newly created loop, and second-loop is LOOP.
- NITERS: the number of iterations that LOOP iterates.
- FIRST_NITERS: the number of iterations that the first-loop should iterate.
- UPDATE_FIRST_LOOP_COUNT:  specified whether this function is responsible
for updating the loop bound of the first-loop to FIRST_NITERS.  If it
is false, the caller of this function may want to take care of this
(this can be useful if we don't want new stmts added to first-loop).

Output:
The function returns a pointer to the new loop-copy, or NULL if it failed
to perform the transformation.

The function generates two if-then-else guards: one before the first loop,
and the other before the second loop:
The first guard is:
if (FIRST_NITERS == 0) then skip the first loop,
and go directly to the second loop.
The second guard is:
if (FIRST_NITERS == NITERS) then skip the second loop.

FORNOW only simple loops are supported (see slpeel_can_duplicate_loop_p).
FORNOW the resulting code will not be in loop-closed-ssa form.
*/

struct loop*
slpeel_tree_peel_loop_to_edge (struct loop *loop, struct loops *loops,
edge e, tree first_niters,
tree niters, bool update_first_loop_count)
{
struct loop *new_loop = NULL, *first_loop, *second_loop;
edge skip_e;
tree pre_condition;
bitmap definitions;
basic_block bb_before_second_loop, bb_after_second_loop;
basic_block bb_before_first_loop;
basic_block bb_between_loops;
basic_block new_exit_bb;
edge exit_e = loop->single_exit;
LOC loop_loc;

if (!slpeel_can_duplicate_loop_p (loop, e))
return NULL;

/* We have to initialize cfg_hooks. Then, when calling
cfg_hooks->split_edge, the function tree_split_edge
is actually called and, when calling cfg_hooks->duplicate_block,
the function tree_duplicate_bb is called.  */
tree_register_cfg_hooks ();

/* 1. Generate a copy of LOOP and put it on E (E is the entry/exit of LOOP).
Resulting CFG would be:

first_loop:
do {
} while ...

second_loop:
do {
} while ...

orig_exit_bb:
*/

if (!(new_loop = slpeel_tree_duplicate_loop_to_edge_cfg (loop, loops, e)))
{
loop_loc = find_loop_location (loop);
if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_DETAILS))
{
if (loop_loc != UNKNOWN_LOC)
fprintf (dump_file, "\n%s:%d: note: ",
LOC_FILE (loop_loc), LOC_LINE (loop_loc));
fprintf (dump_file, "tree_duplicate_loop_to_edge_cfg failed.\n");
}
return NULL;
}

if (e == exit_e)
{
/* NEW_LOOP was placed after LOOP.  */
first_loop = loop;
second_loop = new_loop;
}
else
{
/* NEW_LOOP was placed before LOOP.  */
first_loop = new_loop;
second_loop = loop;
}

definitions = ssa_names_to_replace ();
slpeel_update_phis_for_duplicate_loop (loop, new_loop, e == exit_e);
rename_variables_in_loop (new_loop);

/* 2. Add the guard that controls whether the first loop is executed.
Resulting CFG would be:

bb_before_first_loop:
if (FIRST_NITERS == 0) GOTO bb_before_second_loop
GOTO first-loop

first_loop:
do {
} while ...

bb_before_second_loop:

second_loop:
do {
} while ...

orig_exit_bb:
*/

bb_before_second_loop = split_edge (first_loop->single_exit);

pre_condition =
fold_build2 (LE_EXPR, boolean_type_node, first_niters,
build_int_cst (TREE_TYPE (first_niters), 0));
bb_before_second_loop, bb_before_first_loop);
slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard1 (skip_e, first_loop,
first_loop == new_loop,
&new_exit_bb, &definitions);

/* 3. Add the guard that controls whether the second loop is executed.
Resulting CFG would be:

bb_before_first_loop:
if (FIRST_NITERS == 0) GOTO bb_before_second_loop (skip first loop)
GOTO first-loop

first_loop:
do {
} while ...

bb_between_loops:
if (FIRST_NITERS == NITERS) GOTO bb_after_second_loop (skip second loop)
GOTO bb_before_second_loop

bb_before_second_loop:

second_loop:
do {
} while ...

bb_after_second_loop:

orig_exit_bb:
*/

bb_between_loops = new_exit_bb;
bb_after_second_loop = split_edge (second_loop->single_exit);

pre_condition =
fold_build2 (EQ_EXPR, boolean_type_node, first_niters, niters);
bb_after_second_loop, bb_before_first_loop);
slpeel_update_phi_nodes_for_guard2 (skip_e, second_loop,
second_loop == new_loop, &new_exit_bb);

/* 4. Make first-loop iterate FIRST_NITERS times, if requested.
*/
if (update_first_loop_count)
slpeel_make_loop_iterate_ntimes (first_loop, first_niters);

BITMAP_FREE (definitions);
delete_update_ssa ();

return new_loop;
}

/* Function vect_get_loop_location.

Extract the location of the loop in the source code.
If the loop is not well formed for vectorization, an estimated
location is calculated.
Return the loop location if succeed and NULL if not.  */

LOC
find_loop_location (struct loop *loop)
{
tree node = NULL_TREE;
basic_block bb;
block_stmt_iterator si;

if (!loop)
return UNKNOWN_LOC;

node = get_loop_exit_condition (loop);

if (node && EXPR_P (node) && EXPR_HAS_LOCATION (node)
&& EXPR_FILENAME (node) && EXPR_LINENO (node))
return EXPR_LOC (node);

/* If we got here the loop is probably not "well formed",
try to estimate the loop location */

return UNKNOWN_LOC;

for (si = bsi_start (bb); !bsi_end_p (si); bsi_next (&si))
{
node = bsi_stmt (si);
if (node && EXPR_P (node) && EXPR_HAS_LOCATION (node))
return EXPR_LOC (node);
}

return UNKNOWN_LOC;
}

/*************************************************************************
Vectorization Debug Information.
*************************************************************************/

/* Function vect_set_verbosity_level.

Called from toplev.c upon detection of the
-ftree-vectorizer-verbose=N option.  */

void
vect_set_verbosity_level (const char *val)
{
unsigned int vl;

vl = atoi (val);
if (vl < MAX_VERBOSITY_LEVEL)
vect_verbosity_level = vl;
else
vect_verbosity_level = MAX_VERBOSITY_LEVEL - 1;
}

/* Function vect_set_dump_settings.

Fix the verbosity level of the vectorizer if the
requested level was not set explicitly using the flag
-ftree-vectorizer-verbose=N.
Decide where to print the debugging information (dump_file/stderr).
If the user defined the verbosity level, but there is no dump file,
print to stderr, otherwise print to the dump file.  */

static void
vect_set_dump_settings (void)
{
vect_dump = dump_file;

/* Check if the verbosity level was defined by the user:  */
if (vect_verbosity_level != MAX_VERBOSITY_LEVEL)
{
/* If there is no dump file, print to stderr.  */
if (!dump_file)
vect_dump = stderr;
return;
}

/* User didn't specify verbosity level:  */
if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_DETAILS))
vect_verbosity_level = REPORT_DETAILS;
else if (dump_file && (dump_flags & TDF_STATS))
vect_verbosity_level = REPORT_UNVECTORIZED_LOOPS;
else
vect_verbosity_level = REPORT_NONE;

gcc_assert (dump_file || vect_verbosity_level == REPORT_NONE);
}

/* Function debug_loop_details.

For vectorization debug dumps.  */

bool
vect_print_dump_info (enum verbosity_levels vl)
{
if (vl > vect_verbosity_level)
return false;

if (!current_function_decl || !vect_dump)
return false;

if (vect_loop_location == UNKNOWN_LOC)
fprintf (vect_dump, "\n%s:%d: note: ",
DECL_SOURCE_FILE (current_function_decl),
DECL_SOURCE_LINE (current_function_decl));
else
fprintf (vect_dump, "\n%s:%d: note: ",
LOC_FILE (vect_loop_location), LOC_LINE (vect_loop_location));

return true;
}

/*************************************************************************
Vectorization Utilities.
*************************************************************************/

/* Function new_stmt_vec_info.

Create and initialize a new stmt_vec_info struct for STMT.  */

stmt_vec_info
new_stmt_vec_info (tree stmt, loop_vec_info loop_vinfo)
{
stmt_vec_info res;
res = (stmt_vec_info) xcalloc (1, sizeof (struct _stmt_vec_info));

STMT_VINFO_TYPE (res) = undef_vec_info_type;
STMT_VINFO_STMT (res) = stmt;
STMT_VINFO_LOOP_VINFO (res) = loop_vinfo;
STMT_VINFO_RELEVANT_P (res) = 0;
STMT_VINFO_LIVE_P (res) = 0;
STMT_VINFO_VECTYPE (res) = NULL;
STMT_VINFO_VEC_STMT (res) = NULL;
STMT_VINFO_IN_PATTERN_P (res) = false;
STMT_VINFO_RELATED_STMT (res) = NULL;
STMT_VINFO_DATA_REF (res) = NULL;
if (TREE_CODE (stmt) == PHI_NODE)
STMT_VINFO_DEF_TYPE (res) = vect_unknown_def_type;
else
STMT_VINFO_DEF_TYPE (res) = vect_loop_def;
STMT_VINFO_SAME_ALIGN_REFS (res) = VEC_alloc (dr_p, heap, 5);

return res;
}

/* Function new_loop_vec_info.

Create and initialize a new loop_vec_info struct for LOOP, as well as
stmt_vec_info structs for all the stmts in LOOP.  */

loop_vec_info
new_loop_vec_info (struct loop *loop)
{
loop_vec_info res;
basic_block *bbs;
block_stmt_iterator si;
unsigned int i;

res = (loop_vec_info) xcalloc (1, sizeof (struct _loop_vec_info));

bbs = get_loop_body (loop);

/* Create stmt_info for all stmts in the loop.  */
for (i = 0; i < loop->num_nodes; i++)
{
basic_block bb = bbs[i];
tree phi;

for (phi = phi_nodes (bb); phi; phi = PHI_CHAIN (phi))
{
stmt_ann_t ann = get_stmt_ann (phi);
set_stmt_info (ann, new_stmt_vec_info (phi, res));
}

for (si = bsi_start (bb); !bsi_end_p (si); bsi_next (&si))
{
tree stmt = bsi_stmt (si);
stmt_ann_t ann;

ann = stmt_ann (stmt);
set_stmt_info (ann, new_stmt_vec_info (stmt, res));
}
}

LOOP_VINFO_LOOP (res) = loop;
LOOP_VINFO_BBS (res) = bbs;
LOOP_VINFO_EXIT_COND (res) = NULL;
LOOP_VINFO_NITERS (res) = NULL;
LOOP_VINFO_VECTORIZABLE_P (res) = 0;
LOOP_PEELING_FOR_ALIGNMENT (res) = 0;
LOOP_VINFO_VECT_FACTOR (res) = 0;
LOOP_VINFO_DATAREFS (res) = VEC_alloc (data_reference_p, heap, 10);
LOOP_VINFO_DDRS (res) = VEC_alloc (ddr_p, heap, 10 * 10);
LOOP_VINFO_UNALIGNED_DR (res) = NULL;
LOOP_VINFO_MAY_MISALIGN_STMTS (res)
= VEC_alloc (tree, heap, PARAM_VALUE (PARAM_VECT_MAX_VERSION_CHECKS));

return res;
}

/* Function destroy_loop_vec_info.

Free LOOP_VINFO struct, as well as all the stmt_vec_info structs of all the
stmts in the loop.  */

void
destroy_loop_vec_info (loop_vec_info loop_vinfo)
{
struct loop *loop;
basic_block *bbs;
int nbbs;
block_stmt_iterator si;
int j;

if (!loop_vinfo)
return;

loop = LOOP_VINFO_LOOP (loop_vinfo);

bbs = LOOP_VINFO_BBS (loop_vinfo);
nbbs = loop->num_nodes;

for (j = 0; j < nbbs; j++)
{
basic_block bb = bbs[j];
tree phi;
stmt_vec_info stmt_info;

for (phi = phi_nodes (bb); phi; phi = PHI_CHAIN (phi))
{
stmt_ann_t ann = stmt_ann (phi);

stmt_info = vinfo_for_stmt (phi);
free (stmt_info);
set_stmt_info (ann, NULL);
}

for (si = bsi_start (bb); !bsi_end_p (si); )
{
tree stmt = bsi_stmt (si);
stmt_ann_t ann = stmt_ann (stmt);
stmt_vec_info stmt_info = vinfo_for_stmt (stmt);

if (stmt_info)
{
/* Check if this is a "pattern stmt" (introduced by the
vectorizer during the pattern recognition pass).  */
bool remove_stmt_p = false;
tree orig_stmt = STMT_VINFO_RELATED_STMT (stmt_info);
if (orig_stmt)
{
stmt_vec_info orig_stmt_info = vinfo_for_stmt (orig_stmt);
if (orig_stmt_info
&& STMT_VINFO_IN_PATTERN_P (orig_stmt_info))
remove_stmt_p = true;
}

/* Free stmt_vec_info.  */
VEC_free (dr_p, heap, STMT_VINFO_SAME_ALIGN_REFS (stmt_info));
free (stmt_info);
set_stmt_info (ann, NULL);

/* Remove dead "pattern stmts".  */
if (remove_stmt_p)
bsi_remove (&si, true);
}
bsi_next (&si);
}
}

free (LOOP_VINFO_BBS (loop_vinfo));
free_data_refs (LOOP_VINFO_DATAREFS (loop_vinfo));
free_dependence_relations (LOOP_VINFO_DDRS (loop_vinfo));
VEC_free (tree, heap, LOOP_VINFO_MAY_MISALIGN_STMTS (loop_vinfo));

free (loop_vinfo);
}

/* Function vect_force_dr_alignment_p.

Returns whether the alignment of a DECL can be forced to be aligned
on ALIGNMENT bit boundary.  */

bool
vect_can_force_dr_alignment_p (tree decl, unsigned int alignment)
{
if (TREE_CODE (decl) != VAR_DECL)
return false;

if (DECL_EXTERNAL (decl))
return false;

if (TREE_ASM_WRITTEN (decl))
return false;

if (TREE_STATIC (decl))
return (alignment <= MAX_OFILE_ALIGNMENT);
else
/* This is not 100% correct.  The absolute correct stack alignment
is STACK_BOUNDARY.  We're supposed to hope, but not assume, that
PREFERRED_STACK_BOUNDARY is honored by all translation units.
However, until someone implements forced stack alignment, SSE
isn't really usable without this.  */
return (alignment <= PREFERRED_STACK_BOUNDARY);
}

/* Function get_vectype_for_scalar_type.

Returns the vector type corresponding to SCALAR_TYPE as supported
by the target.  */

tree
get_vectype_for_scalar_type (tree scalar_type)
{
enum machine_mode inner_mode = TYPE_MODE (scalar_type);
int nbytes = GET_MODE_SIZE (inner_mode);
int nunits;
tree vectype;

if (nbytes == 0 || nbytes >= UNITS_PER_SIMD_WORD)
return NULL_TREE;

/* FORNOW: Only a single vector size per target (UNITS_PER_SIMD_WORD)
is expected.  */
nunits = UNITS_PER_SIMD_WORD / nbytes;

vectype = build_vector_type (scalar_type, nunits);
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
{
fprintf (vect_dump, "get vectype with %d units of type ", nunits);
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, scalar_type, TDF_SLIM);
}

if (!vectype)
return NULL_TREE;

if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
{
fprintf (vect_dump, "vectype: ");
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, vectype, TDF_SLIM);
}

if (!VECTOR_MODE_P (TYPE_MODE (vectype))
&& !INTEGRAL_MODE_P (TYPE_MODE (vectype)))
{
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
fprintf (vect_dump, "mode not supported by target.");
return NULL_TREE;
}

return vectype;
}

/* Function vect_supportable_dr_alignment

Return whether the data reference DR is supported with respect to its
alignment.  */

enum dr_alignment_support
vect_supportable_dr_alignment (struct data_reference *dr)
{
tree vectype = STMT_VINFO_VECTYPE (vinfo_for_stmt (DR_STMT (dr)));
enum machine_mode mode = (int) TYPE_MODE (vectype);

if (aligned_access_p (dr))
return dr_aligned;

/* Possibly unaligned access.  */

{
return dr_unaligned_software_pipeline;

if (movmisalign_optab->handlers[mode].insn_code != CODE_FOR_nothing)
/* Can't software pipeline the loads, but can at least do them.  */
return dr_unaligned_supported;
}

/* Unsupported.  */
return dr_unaligned_unsupported;
}

/* Function vect_is_simple_use.

Input:
LOOP - the loop that is being vectorized.
OPERAND - operand of a stmt in LOOP.
DEF - the defining stmt in case OPERAND is an SSA_NAME.

Returns whether a stmt with OPERAND can be vectorized.
Supportable operands are constants, loop invariants, and operands that are
defined by the current iteration of the loop. Unsupportable operands are
those that are defined by a previous iteration of the loop (as is the case
in reduction/induction computations).  */

bool
vect_is_simple_use (tree operand, loop_vec_info loop_vinfo, tree *def_stmt,
tree *def, enum vect_def_type *dt)
{
basic_block bb;
stmt_vec_info stmt_vinfo;
struct loop *loop = LOOP_VINFO_LOOP (loop_vinfo);

*def_stmt = NULL_TREE;
*def = NULL_TREE;

if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
{
fprintf (vect_dump, "vect_is_simple_use: operand ");
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, operand, TDF_SLIM);
}

if (TREE_CODE (operand) == INTEGER_CST || TREE_CODE (operand) == REAL_CST)
{
*dt = vect_constant_def;
return true;
}

if (TREE_CODE (operand) != SSA_NAME)
{
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
fprintf (vect_dump, "not ssa-name.");
return false;
}

*def_stmt = SSA_NAME_DEF_STMT (operand);
if (*def_stmt == NULL_TREE )
{
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
fprintf (vect_dump, "no def_stmt.");
return false;
}

if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
{
fprintf (vect_dump, "def_stmt: ");
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, *def_stmt, TDF_SLIM);
}

/* empty stmt is expected only in case of a function argument.
(Otherwise - we expect a phi_node or a modify_expr).  */
if (IS_EMPTY_STMT (*def_stmt))
{
tree arg = TREE_OPERAND (*def_stmt, 0);
if (TREE_CODE (arg) == INTEGER_CST || TREE_CODE (arg) == REAL_CST)
{
*def = operand;
*dt = vect_invariant_def;
return true;
}

if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
fprintf (vect_dump, "Unexpected empty stmt.");
return false;
}

bb = bb_for_stmt (*def_stmt);
if (!flow_bb_inside_loop_p (loop, bb))
*dt = vect_invariant_def;
else
{
stmt_vinfo = vinfo_for_stmt (*def_stmt);
*dt = STMT_VINFO_DEF_TYPE (stmt_vinfo);
}

if (*dt == vect_unknown_def_type)
{
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
fprintf (vect_dump, "Unsupported pattern.");
return false;
}

/* stmts inside the loop that have been identified as performing
a reduction operation cannot have uses in the loop.  */
if (*dt == vect_reduction_def && TREE_CODE (*def_stmt) != PHI_NODE)
{
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
fprintf (vect_dump, "reduction used in loop.");
return false;
}

if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
fprintf (vect_dump, "type of def: %d.",*dt);

switch (TREE_CODE (*def_stmt))
{
case PHI_NODE:
*def = PHI_RESULT (*def_stmt);
gcc_assert (*dt == vect_induction_def || *dt == vect_reduction_def
|| *dt == vect_invariant_def);
break;

case MODIFY_EXPR:
*def = TREE_OPERAND (*def_stmt, 0);
gcc_assert (*dt == vect_loop_def || *dt == vect_invariant_def);
break;

default:
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
fprintf (vect_dump, "unsupported defining stmt: ");
return false;
}

if (*dt == vect_induction_def)
{
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
fprintf (vect_dump, "induction not supported.");
return false;
}

return true;
}

/* Function reduction_code_for_scalar_code

Input:
CODE - tree_code of a reduction operations.

Output:
REDUC_CODE - the corresponding tree-code to be used to reduce the
vector of partial results into a single scalar result (which
will also reside in a vector).

Return TRUE if a corresponding REDUC_CODE was found, FALSE otherwise.  */

bool
reduction_code_for_scalar_code (enum tree_code code,
enum tree_code *reduc_code)
{
switch (code)
{
case MAX_EXPR:
*reduc_code = REDUC_MAX_EXPR;
return true;

case MIN_EXPR:
*reduc_code = REDUC_MIN_EXPR;
return true;

case PLUS_EXPR:
*reduc_code = REDUC_PLUS_EXPR;
return true;

default:
return false;
}
}

/* Function vect_is_simple_reduction

Detect a cross-iteration def-use cucle that represents a simple
reduction computation. We look for the following pattern:

a1 = phi < a0, a2 >
a3 = ...
a2 = operation (a3, a1)

such that:
1. operation is commutative and associative and it is safe to
change the order of the computation.
2. no uses for a2 in the loop (a2 is used out of the loop)
3. no uses of a1 in the loop besides the reduction operation.

Condition 1 is tested here.
Conditions 2,3 are tested in vect_mark_stmts_to_be_vectorized.  */

tree
vect_is_simple_reduction (struct loop *loop, tree phi)
{
edge latch_e = loop_latch_edge (loop);
tree loop_arg = PHI_ARG_DEF_FROM_EDGE (phi, latch_e);
tree def_stmt, def1, def2;
enum tree_code code;
int op_type;
tree operation, op1, op2;
tree type;

if (TREE_CODE (loop_arg) != SSA_NAME)
{
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
{
fprintf (vect_dump, "reduction: not ssa_name: ");
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, loop_arg, TDF_SLIM);
}
return NULL_TREE;
}

def_stmt = SSA_NAME_DEF_STMT (loop_arg);
if (!def_stmt)
{
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
fprintf (vect_dump, "reduction: no def_stmt.");
return NULL_TREE;
}

if (TREE_CODE (def_stmt) != MODIFY_EXPR)
{
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
{
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, def_stmt, TDF_SLIM);
}
return NULL_TREE;
}

operation = TREE_OPERAND (def_stmt, 1);
code = TREE_CODE (operation);
if (!commutative_tree_code (code) || !associative_tree_code (code))
{
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
{
fprintf (vect_dump, "reduction: not commutative/associative: ");
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, operation, TDF_SLIM);
}
return NULL_TREE;
}

op_type = TREE_CODE_LENGTH (code);
if (op_type != binary_op)
{
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
{
fprintf (vect_dump, "reduction: not binary operation: ");
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, operation, TDF_SLIM);
}
return NULL_TREE;
}

op1 = TREE_OPERAND (operation, 0);
op2 = TREE_OPERAND (operation, 1);
if (TREE_CODE (op1) != SSA_NAME || TREE_CODE (op2) != SSA_NAME)
{
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
{
fprintf (vect_dump, "reduction: uses not ssa_names: ");
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, operation, TDF_SLIM);
}
return NULL_TREE;
}

/* Check that it's ok to change the order of the computation.  */
type = TREE_TYPE (operation);
if (TYPE_MAIN_VARIANT (type) != TYPE_MAIN_VARIANT (TREE_TYPE (op1))
|| TYPE_MAIN_VARIANT (type) != TYPE_MAIN_VARIANT (TREE_TYPE (op2)))
{
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
{
fprintf (vect_dump, "reduction: multiple types: operation type: ");
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, type, TDF_SLIM);
fprintf (vect_dump, ", operands types: ");
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, TREE_TYPE (op1), TDF_SLIM);
fprintf (vect_dump, ",");
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, TREE_TYPE (op2), TDF_SLIM);
}
return NULL_TREE;
}

/* CHECKME: check for !flag_finite_math_only too?  */
if (SCALAR_FLOAT_TYPE_P (type) && !flag_unsafe_math_optimizations)
{
/* Changing the order of operations changes the semantics.  */
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
{
fprintf (vect_dump, "reduction: unsafe fp math optimization: ");
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, operation, TDF_SLIM);
}
return NULL_TREE;
}
else if (INTEGRAL_TYPE_P (type) && TYPE_OVERFLOW_TRAPS (type))
{
/* Changing the order of operations changes the semantics.  */
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
{
fprintf (vect_dump, "reduction: unsafe int math optimization: ");
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, operation, TDF_SLIM);
}
return NULL_TREE;
}

/* reduction is safe. we're dealing with one of the following:
1) integer arithmetic and no trapv
2) floating point arithmetic, and special flags permit this optimization.
*/
def1 = SSA_NAME_DEF_STMT (op1);
def2 = SSA_NAME_DEF_STMT (op2);
if (!def1 || !def2)
{
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
{
fprintf (vect_dump, "reduction: no defs for operands: ");
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, operation, TDF_SLIM);
}
return NULL_TREE;
}

if (TREE_CODE (def1) == MODIFY_EXPR
&& flow_bb_inside_loop_p (loop, bb_for_stmt (def1))
&& def2 == phi)
{
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
{
fprintf (vect_dump, "detected reduction:");
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, operation, TDF_SLIM);
}
return def_stmt;
}
else if (TREE_CODE (def2) == MODIFY_EXPR
&& flow_bb_inside_loop_p (loop, bb_for_stmt (def2))
&& def1 == phi)
{
/* Swap operands (just for simplicity - so that the rest of the code
can assume that the reduction variable is always the last (second)
argument).  */
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
{
fprintf (vect_dump, "detected reduction: need to swap operands:");
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, operation, TDF_SLIM);
}
swap_tree_operands (def_stmt, &TREE_OPERAND (operation, 0),
&TREE_OPERAND (operation, 1));
return def_stmt;
}
else
{
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
{
fprintf (vect_dump, "reduction: unknown pattern.");
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, operation, TDF_SLIM);
}
return NULL_TREE;
}
}

/* Function vect_is_simple_iv_evolution.

FORNOW: A simple evolution of an induction variables in the loop is
considered a polynomial evolution with constant step.  */

bool
vect_is_simple_iv_evolution (unsigned loop_nb, tree access_fn, tree * init,
tree * step)
{
tree init_expr;
tree step_expr;

tree evolution_part = evolution_part_in_loop_num (access_fn, loop_nb);

/* When there is no evolution in this loop, the evolution function
is not "simple".  */
if (evolution_part == NULL_TREE)
return false;

/* When the evolution is a polynomial of degree >= 2
the evolution function is not "simple".  */
if (tree_is_chrec (evolution_part))
return false;

step_expr = evolution_part;
init_expr = unshare_expr (initial_condition_in_loop_num (access_fn,
loop_nb));

if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
{
fprintf (vect_dump, "step: ");
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, step_expr, TDF_SLIM);
fprintf (vect_dump, ",  init: ");
print_generic_expr (vect_dump, init_expr, TDF_SLIM);
}

*init = init_expr;
*step = step_expr;

if (TREE_CODE (step_expr) != INTEGER_CST)
{
if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_DETAILS))
fprintf (vect_dump, "step unknown.");
return false;
}

return true;
}

/* Function vectorize_loops.

Entry Point to loop vectorization phase.  */

void
vectorize_loops (struct loops *loops)
{
unsigned int i;
unsigned int num_vectorized_loops = 0;

/* Fix the verbosity level if not defined explicitly by the user.  */
vect_set_dump_settings ();

/* Allocate the bitmap that records which virtual variables that
need to be renamed.  */
vect_vnames_to_rename = BITMAP_ALLOC (NULL);

/*  ----------- Analyze loops. -----------  */

/* If some loop was duplicated, it gets bigger number
than all previously defined loops. This fact allows us to run
only over initial loops skipping newly generated ones.  */
vect_loops_num = loops->num;
for (i = 1; i < vect_loops_num; i++)
{
loop_vec_info loop_vinfo;
struct loop *loop = loops->parray[i];

if (!loop)
continue;

vect_loop_location = find_loop_location (loop);
loop_vinfo = vect_analyze_loop (loop);
loop->aux = loop_vinfo;

if (!loop_vinfo || !LOOP_VINFO_VECTORIZABLE_P (loop_vinfo))
continue;

vect_transform_loop (loop_vinfo, loops);
/* APPLE LOCAL begin 4095567 */
/* Now this function uses vectors.  */
DECL_STRUCT_FUNCTION (current_function_decl)->uses_vector = 1;
/* APPLE LOCAL end 4095567 */
/* APPLE LOCAL begin opt diary */
if (flag_opt_diary && debug_hooks->opt_diary_entry)
(*debug_hooks->opt_diary_entry) (OD_msg_loop_vectorized,
*vect_loop_location);
/* APPLE LOCAL end opt diary */
num_vectorized_loops++;
}
vect_loop_location = UNKNOWN_LOC;

if (vect_print_dump_info (REPORT_VECTORIZED_LOOPS))
fprintf (vect_dump, "vectorized %u loops in function.\n",
num_vectorized_loops);

/*  ----------- Finalize. -----------  */

BITMAP_FREE (vect_vnames_to_rename);

for (i = 1; i < vect_loops_num; i++)
{
struct loop *loop = loops->parray[i];
loop_vec_info loop_vinfo;

if (!loop)
continue;
loop_vinfo = loop->aux;
destroy_loop_vec_info (loop_vinfo);
loop->aux = NULL;
}
}
```