[LLVMdev] Using DependenceAnalysis::depends
divcesar at gmail.com
Thu Jan 16 03:33:36 PST 2014
can you elaborate what exactly is the problem with DependenceAnalysis
or point me to a thread/bug report discussing it? Do you think that
this will require a large effort? I would like to put some time on
this and also on the graph dep. builder.
2013/12/27 Preston Briggs <preston.briggs at gmail.com>:
> There's no implementation yet of the dependence graph builder.
> You can use DependenceAnalysis to get the info you want by expensively
> testing all pairs of memory references.
> What you call "intra iteration" are "loop-independent" dependences, and are
> tested at the same time as the loop-carried dependences.
> (In the old days, people tried to say "inter" and "intra", but it was too
> confusing during talks. It was much clearer to say loop independent and loop
> I know of no other check-in code that uses DependenceAnalysis. Which is
> appropriate; it's not ready for use (that is, it's incorrect). I
> misunderstood how GEPs work, so it will sometimes miss existing dependences.
> On Fri, Dec 27, 2013 at 8:46 AM, Snehasish Kumar <ska124 at sfu.ca> wrote:
>> I want to analyse the memory dependencies which exist in a loop at an
>> intra iteration as well as inter iteration (loop carried dependencies). I
>> looked at the DependenceAnalysis implementation which returns a lot of the
>> information I require (based on a prior AliasAnalysis pass), however I need
>> to pass the Src and Dst instructions in program order.
>> I was wondering how I can collect all the memory access pairs from the
>> basic blocks within the CFG of the loop body which would allow me to know
>> which pairs are RAW/WAR/WAW. It seems related to the approach outlined here
>> Is there any existing implementation I can take a look at?
>> It seems that the only the DependenceAnalysis::depends is only called in
>> the dumpExampleDependence() function (checked using cscope). Is there no
>> other module which uses this class?
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