[llvm-dev] How to count instructions in a function?
John Criswell via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Thu Nov 30 09:33:52 PST 2017
If I were you, I would write a ModulePass that uses the CallGraph
analysis to get a call graph. I would then iterate over the nodes in
the call graph and propagate information from callees to callers.
On 11/29/17 4:02 PM, Zubin Pahuja via llvm-dev wrote:
> I am trying to count IR instructions in a function for static analysis
> using llvm pass. In contrast with existing examples, I am trying to
> include instruction counts of all the callees of the function.
> Counting the instructions of a function is easy using passes, but
> iterating through the module's CallGraph is proving to be confusing. I
> believe I have to use CallGraphWrapperPass to get both module pass and
> its CallGraph. How do I iterate through the CallGraph in
> runOnModule()? A simple print callee names example would be highly
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