[LLVMdev] Multi instruction pattern help

Villmow, Micah Micah.Villmow at amd.com
Tue Oct 7 09:30:22 PDT 2008


 Thanks for the help, this will help me with writing more patterns, but
I am still hitting another roadblock. I attempted what you suggested and
it fixed that issue, but then it started giving a warning that there is
an unknown node in the resulting pattern.


// unsigned int: f64->i32 ==> f64->f32 + f32->i32

def : Pat<(i32 (fp_to_uint (f64 GPR:$src0))),

          (i32 (fp_to_uint (f32 (dp_to_fp (f64 GPR:$src0)))))>;

1>Building AMDil.td instruction selector implementation with tblgen

1>(fp_to_uint:i32 (dp_to_fp:f32 GPR:f64:$src0))

bug\TableGen.exe: Unknown node in result pattern!

both fp_to_uint and dp_to_fp are used in other patterns, so I am sure
that the patterns separate from each other work and the above pattern
passes the instruction information stage, so not sure why the
instruction selector cannot parse it. Any help would be useful.





From: llvmdev-bounces at cs.uiuc.edu [mailto:llvmdev-bounces at cs.uiuc.edu]
On Behalf Of Chris Lattner
Sent: Monday, October 06, 2008 9:15 PM
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Subject: Re: [LLVMdev] Multi instruction pattern help



On Oct 6, 2008, at 5:42 PM, Villmow, Micah wrote:

I am trying to get a multi instruction pattern to work and seem to be
running into trouble.

The problem itself is fairly simple. I need to go from 64bit floats to
32bit integers. As the backend doesn't support this natively but has a
way of converting it, I'd prefer to get this working via tablegen.


What I thought would work from the previous discussion is the following:

def : Pat<(fp_to_uint (f64 GPR:$src0)),

          (fp_to_uint (f32 (dp_to_fp (f64 GPR:$src0))))>;



	Which when it runs across a 64bit float, it does a double to
single conversion, and then calls the 32bit float to int routine.




However, tablegen fails with the following error:

1>anonymous.2:  (fp_to_uint:isInt GPR:f64:$src0)


This is trying to tell you that it inferred that fp_to_uint returns an
integer type, but it doesn't know which one.  Try disambiguating either
the input or output with an explicit type, ilke (i32 (fp_to_uint (...

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