[llvm] r204363 - Fix a couple of typos and an inaccurate description in the new TableGen doc
eliben at google.com
Thu Mar 20 10:45:30 PDT 2014
Date: Thu Mar 20 12:45:30 2014
New Revision: 204363
Fix a couple of typos and an inaccurate description in the new TableGen doc
--- llvm/trunk/docs/TableGen/index.rst (original)
+++ llvm/trunk/docs/TableGen/index.rst Thu Mar 20 12:45:30 2014
@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ amount of duplication in the description
it easier to structure domain specific information.
The core part of TableGen parses a file, instantiates the declarations, and
-hands the result off to a domain-specific `backends`_ for processing.
+hands the result off to a domain-specific `backend`_ for processing.
The current major users of TableGen are :doc:`../CodeGenerator`
@@ -145,11 +145,10 @@ of the x86 architecture. ``def ADD32rr`
``ADD32rr``, and the comment at the end of the line indicates the superclasses
of the definition. The body of the record contains all of the data that
TableGen assembled for the record, indicating that the instruction is part of
-the "X86" namespace, the pattern indicating how the instruction should be
-emitted into the assembly file, that it is a two-address instruction, has a
-particular encoding, etc. The contents and semantics of the information in the
-record are specific to the needs of the X86 backend, and are only shown as an
+the "X86" namespace, the pattern indicating how the instruction is selected by
+the code generator, that it is a two-address instruction, has a particular
+encoding, etc. The contents and semantics of the information in the record are
+specific to the needs of the X86 backend, and are only shown as an example.
As you can see, a lot of information is needed for every instruction supported
by the code generator, and specifying it all manually would be unmaintainable,
@@ -182,7 +181,7 @@ refer to ``NAME`` anywhere she desires t
-TableGen has a syntax that is losely based on C++ templates, with built-in
+TableGen has a syntax that is loosely based on C++ templates, with built-in
types and specification. In addition, TableGen's syntax introduces some
automation concepts like multiclass, foreach, let, etc.
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