[PATCH] D62731: [RFC] Add support for options -fp-model= and -fp-speculation= : specify floating point behavior
Melanie Blower via Phabricator via cfe-commits
cfe-commits at lists.llvm.org
Thu Aug 15 13:07:36 PDT 2019
mibintc marked 3 inline comments as done.
mibintc added inline comments.
Comment at: clang/lib/CodeGen/CodeGenFunction.cpp:126
+ case LangOptions::FPM_Precise:
+ case LangOptions::FPM_Fast:
> Wait, so "fast" and "precise" are the same thing? That doesn't sound like where the documentation you put in the ticket says "the compiler preserves the source expression ordering and rounding properties of floating-point".
> (Yes, I saw below where "fast" turns on the fast math flags but "precise" doesn't. That doesn't affect my point here.)
"precise" doesn't necessitate the use of Constrained Intrinsics, And likewise for "fast". The words "compiler preserves the source expression ordering" were copied from the msdn documentation for /fp:precise as you explained it would be useful to have the msdn documentation for the option in case it goes offline in, say, 30 years. The ICL Intel compiler also provides equivalent floating point options. The Intel documentation for precise is phrased differently "Disables optimizations that are not value-safe on floating-point data."
fp-model=precise should enable contractions, if that's not true at default (I mean, clang -c) then this patch is missing that.
fp-model=fast is the same as requesting ffast-math
Comment at: clang/lib/Frontend/CompilerInvocation.cpp:3052
+ llvm_unreachable("invalid -fp-model setting");
> Shouldn't this be a call to Diags.Report() like in the code just above it and below? Same question for _some_ other uses of llvm_unreachable().
I put it in as unreachable because the clang driver shouldn't build this combination, but that's a good point I can just switch it to match the other code in this function, thanks.
Comment at: clang/test/CodeGen/fpconstrained.c:22
+ // STRICTNOEXCEPT: llvm.experimental.constrained.fadd.f32(float %0, float %1, metadata !"round.dynamic", metadata !"fpexcept.ignore")
+ // PRECISE: fadd float
+ // FAST: fadd fast
> This is another case of "fast" and "precise" doing the same thing. If we're using the regular fadd then it cannot be that "the compiler preserves the source expression ordering and rounding properties of floating-point".
I need an fp wizard to address this point, @andrew.w.kaylor ??
The msdn documentation says that strict and precise both preserve ...
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