[LLVMdev] ADDE on HW that doesn't have flags?
Daniel M Gessel
gessel at apple.com
Mon Oct 27 09:15:53 PDT 2008
Thanks - that solves both problems.
In the future, HW may have built in ADDE support, but will likely
still not have flags - it'll just read 3 registers and write two.
Any thoughts there?
On Oct 27, 2008, at 12:07 PM, Andrew Lenharth wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 10:11 AM, Daniel M Gessel <gessel at apple.com>
>> The language I'm targeting doesn't have flags; I'd like to implement
>> ADDE as a macro or psuedo-instruction that takes 3 parameters and
>> returns 2.
>> In my InstrInfo.td file, tablegen complains if I try to define
>> multiple return values; adde is defined in TargetSelectionDAG.td to
>> a binary op that takes an extra flag in and sends an extra flag out.
>> I tried to custom lower ADDE (by calling setOperationAction with
>> ISD::ADDE) but it didn't seem to register and still bailed when
>> to expand adde, instead of calling my LowerOperation.
> ADDE should only be generated if you specify ADDC as legal. If ADDC
> is illegal, larger integer arith will be lowered to add and cmp
> sequences rather than addc adde sequences.
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