[LLVMdev] Adding function attributes
arnaldo.cruz at upr.edu
Mon Nov 5 01:02:01 PST 2012
Hi Duncan, thanks for the quick answer.
Yes I'm sure the runOnModule is being called, and when I dump the functions
before exiting the method I can see the AlwaysInline attribute.
I'll check InlineAlways.cpp and will reimplement as last resource but I
still wonder why this is not working.
On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 5:03 PM, Duncan Sands <baldrick at free.fr> wrote:
> Hi Arnaldo,
> I am coding a ModulePass in which I want to add an AlwaysInline attribute
>> every function so that they can be later inlined by the -always-inline
> why not just do the inlining yourself. The always inliner code is at
> lib/Transforms/IPO/**InlineAlways.cpp, and it's pretty short.
> However, the changes to the function seem to be lost after exiting my pass
>> because the AlwaysInline attribute is not in the output LLVM IR.
>> Maybe the function iterator passed by the module object actually points to
>> copies of the functions?
> As far as I can see your code should work. Most likely it isn't being run
> at all - did you check that your runOnModule method is actually being
> Ciao, Duncan.
>> Any help is much appreciated
>> virtual bool runOnModule(Module& m)
>> Module* module = &m;
>> for (Module::iterator functionIter = module->begin(); functionIter !=
>> module->end(); functionIter++)
>> return true;
>> Command line
>> clang -O0 -S -emit-llvm -o test.S test.c && opt -S -mem2reg -load <path
>> to lib>
>> -mypass < test.S > test_opt.S
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