[LLVMdev] converting an unconditional into a conditional branch
devang.patel at gmail.com
Wed Feb 10 09:48:17 PST 2010
On Mon, Feb 8, 2010 at 3:49 PM, Florian Merz <florian.merz at kit.edu> wrote:
> I'm learning to use the llvm API, but I got a question for which I haven't
> found a good answer yet:
> What is the best way to turn an unconditional branch into a conditional
> branch? All I want to do is add two more operands, a successor and a
> condition. But no matter how I try to do this any one of
> setCondition()/setOperand()/setSuccessor() causes an assertion like these:
> Cannot set condition of unconditional branch!
> Successor # out of range for Branch!
> setOperand() out of range!
> Can this only be done by completely replacing the unconditional branch
> instruction with a new, conditional one or is there a method with which I can
> implicitly turn an unconditional branch into a conditional one by adding a
> condition and a successor?
Replacing the unconditional branch instruction is appropriate here.
> I'd be glad if anyone could give me a hint on how to do this most elegantly.
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