[llvm] r210539 - SelectionDAG: Expand SELECT_CC to SELECT + SETCC
aschwaighofer at apple.com
Wed Jun 11 09:55:40 PDT 2014
Yes, I have replied to the wrong commit. git bisect points to 210540.
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# bad: [9c84db6ba390f4e6ac1d6ce94fa9a6428e0b3007] Use unique_ptr for X86Subtarget pointer members.
git bisect bad 9c84db6ba390f4e6ac1d6ce94fa9a6428e0b3007
# good: [45a31492d5475a1744966a0cd5e631694b29f953] Condition codes AL and NV are invalid in the aliases that use inverted condition codes (CINC, CINV, CNEG, CSET, and CSETM).
git bisect good 45a31492d5475a1744966a0cd5e631694b29f953
# bad: [81ff9cdedbbe09f699fa8ac81a00231c7737b58f] Use an enum class now that they are available.
git bisect bad 81ff9cdedbbe09f699fa8ac81a00231c7737b58f
# bad: [8128a7965f2d24554a4c76db579b2625f9be135b] Remove the uses of AArch64TargetMachine and AArch64Subtarget from AArch64FrameLowering.
git bisect bad 8128a7965f2d24554a4c76db579b2625f9be135b
# bad: [102d0f3e3f108fec94cf998e2b1bb2fcf50657c3] SelectionDAG: Don't use MVT::Other to determine legality of ISD::SELECT_CC
git bisect bad 102d0f3e3f108fec94cf998e2b1bb2fcf50657c3
# good: [b02d95cb66157aa49bf5e50a8778c182a7b8604e] [PPC64LE] Recognize shufflevector patterns for little endian
git bisect good b02d95cb66157aa49bf5e50a8778c182a7b8604e
# bad: [c23f0e1e446426190f563fcb89ef644927f7f438] SelectionDAG: Enable (and (setcc x), (setcc y)) -> (setcc (and x, y)) for vectors
git bisect bad c23f0e1e446426190f563fcb89ef644927f7f438
# good: [f586a260ca729c933cb15c6e68cabe95163a6dcb] SelectionDAG: Expand SELECT_CC to SELECT + SETCC
git bisect good f586a260ca729c933cb15c6e68cabe95163a6dcb
# first bad commit: [c23f0e1e446426190f563fcb89ef644927f7f438] SelectionDAG: Enable (and (setcc x), (setcc y)) -> (setcc (and x, y)) for vectors
> On Jun 11, 2014, at 9:51 AM, Tom Stellard <tom at stellard.net> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 11, 2014 at 09:45:04AM -0700, Arnold Schwaighofer wrote:
>> Execution time failure (different output).
>> I’ll try to reduce this down more.
> Are you sure the regression was caused by: r210539 and not r210540 or r210541?
> Those last two are much more likely to impact ARM and X86.
>>> On Jun 11, 2014, at 9:33 AM, Tom Stellard <tom at stellard.net> wrote:
>>> On Wed, Jun 11, 2014 at 08:20:05AM -0700, Arnold Schwaighofer wrote:
>>>> Please let me know if you have access to spec2006.
>>> I don't have access to spec2006. What kind of failure is it, a miscompile or a crash?
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