[llvm-dev] Conditional Register Assignment based on the no of loop iterations
hameeza ahmed via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Sun Jul 9 22:22:56 PDT 2017
Here basically my problem is vector width since i have used v64i32 in my
backend. now if vector width=64. i want the Reg_B class registers to be
assigned and if vector width=2048 i want Reg_A registers to be assigned to
instruction.
Should i incorporate the solution in lowering stage? some thing like;
addRegisterClass(MVT::v2048i32, &X86::Reg_B);
setOperationAction(ISD::MNLOAD, MVT::v2048i32,
custom);
then in function LowerOperation(SDValue Op, SelectionDAG &DAG)
i should do,
case ISD::MNLOAD: return LOAD2048(Op, Subtarget, DAG);
then i will implement
static SDValue LOAD2048(SDValue Op, const X86Subtarget &Subtarget,
SelectionDAG &DAG)
{
//dont know the details of this part
but here i plan to encode 2048 elements again in 32 v64i32 but with
different instruction name like previously it was
load<LD256; i intend to make it load<LD256_N
so that in instructioninfo.td while pattern matching both LD256 and LD256_N
are treated separately. 1 will use Reg_B registers and other will use Reg_A
respectively.
Is it fine???
Please guide me...
I need serious help, please.....
Thank You
On Mon, Jul 10, 2017 at 9:29 AM, hameeza ahmed <hahmed2305 at gmail.com> wrote:
> or should i write a condition in registerinfo.td; to define the registers
> in object Reg_A in specific order according to loop iterations.
>
> On Mon, Jul 10, 2017 at 9:17 AM, hameeza ahmed <hahmed2305 at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
>> hello,
>>
>> i have a situation where i have to assign the registers to instructions
>> based on the loop iterations.
>>
>> for eg..
>> the registers are:
>> R_0_V_0, R_0_V_1, R_0_V_2, R_0_V_3,
>> R_1_V_0, R_1_V_1, R_1_V_2, R_1_V_3,
>> R_2_V_0, R_2_V_1, R_2_V_2, R_2_V_3.
>> These registers defined in object Reg_A
>>
>> These are total 12 registers. will use them contiguously, here i define
>> it in above mentioned order i.e changing V first then R.
>>
>>
>> for eg;
>> if no of iterations>=4.
>> 1st load will take place in R_0_V_0
>> 2nd load will take place in R_0_V_1
>> 3rd load will take place in R_0_V_2
>> 4th load will take place in R_0_V_3
>> I am getting this required behavior for iterations>=4. I want this to
>> happen only if there are 4 or above iterations in loop.
>>
>>
>> But if my iterations are less than 4 like 3
>> again it will do the same thing;
>> 1st load will take place in R_0_V_0
>> 2nd load will take place in R_0_V_1
>> 3rd load will take place in R_0_V_2
>>
>> Here i dont want the above to happen rather it should increment R instead
>> of V in this case.
>> It should do something as follows:
>> 1st load to take place in R_0_V_0
>> 2nd load to take place in R_1_V_0
>> 3rd load to take place in R_2_V_0
>>
>> Now, how to achieve this?
>>
>> Can i mention some condition in instructioninfo.td file?
>> and in registerinfo.td file instead of 1 object Reg_A, there will be 2
>> objects Reg_A and Reg_B
>> where Reg_B defines same registers but in different order.
>>
>> Reg_B;
>>
>> R_0_V_0, R_1_V_0, R_2_V_0, //here R changes
>> R_0_V_1, R_1_V_1, R_2_V_1,
>> R_0_V_2, R_1_V_2, R_2_V_2,
>> R_0_V_3, R_1_V_3, R_2_V_3.
>>
>> So that in instructioninfo.td file it will be something like;
>>
>> if (no of iterations>=4)
>>
>> load ................$Reg_A ; here all register operands will come
>> from Reg_A instance.
>>
>> if (no of iterations<4)
>>
>> load ................$Reg_B ; here all register operands will come
>> from Reg_B instance.
>>
>>
>> Is the above approach possible??? if yes then how can we acquire the no
>> of iterations in instructioninfo.td file??
>>
>> or can you suggest some better way?
>>
>> Looking forward to response
>>
>> Thank You.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
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