[LLVMdev] LLVM pass question
rkotler at mips.com
Wed Mar 27 10:05:15 PDT 2013
I guess another way to do this is to just register both passes for
mips16 and mips32 and have them return immediately if it is not their
turn to run.
On 03/27/2013 08:58 AM, Reed Kotler wrote:
> I'm implementing this ability to switch between mips16 and mips32 on a
> per function basis.
> One issue that I've run into is regarding the DAGToDAGIsel pass.
> We have a different subclass for mips16 and non mips16 ( conceivably
> later there could be a separate one for micromips).
> I need to run a different pass depending on whether it's mips16 or mips32.
> My initial plan was to create a dummy ModuleDAGToDAGIsel whose sole
> purpose in it's run machine function was to decide which one of these
> to run and then call an appropriate DAGToDAGIIsel but I'm running into
> some issue where that class wants to be started up by the pass manager
> and not another pass.
> So now I'm think that maybe I should have either:
> 1) The ModuleDAGToDAGIsel pass add another pass.
> 2) Maybe create two passes, one for Mips16 and one for Mips32 and have
> them be dependent on the ModuleDAGToDAGISel pass and then turn them on
> or off depending on which one needs to be run for this function.
> I'm reading the pass code now to understand this better but thought that
> someone might know the answer.
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