Daniel Berlin via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Sat Sep 2 14:31:31 PDT 2017
It would be helpful to understand what you are trying to accomplish
overall, which may help people give you details about the best way to
For example, if you are trying to understand or recover array indexes from
GEP's, that is non-trivial.
On Sat, Sep 2, 2017 at 3:53 AM, Anastasiya Ruzhanskaya via llvm-dev <
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
> Is there a way to set always a defined behavior here - for example that we
> will always one getelemntptr with complex index?
> 2017-09-02 12:53 GMT+02:00 Anastasiya Ruzhanskaya <
> anastasiya.ruzhanskaya at frtk.ru>:
>> Ok, thank you. I have also one question about getelementptr. In different
>> versions of clang I see that sometimes array[i][i] is preceded by two
>> getelementptr instructions and sometimes only by one - with an already
>> complex index.
>> 2017-09-01 12:50 GMT+02:00 David Chisnall <David.Chisnall at cl.cam.ac.uk>:
>>> On 1 Sep 2017, at 11:44, Anastasiya Ruzhanskaya via llvm-dev <
>>> llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
>>> > Hello,
>>> > I wonder if the getelementptr can have other successors than load,
>>> store in some other cases when I directly print or directly return the
>>> result. every time I would like to assign the result - it will have a
>>> load/store successor?
>>> > So, basically the overall question is to clarify the possible
>>> successors of getelementptr.
>>> Any instruction that may take a pointer operand might be a user of a
>>> GEP. For example, consider this C function:
>>> int x(struct S *s)
>>> Here, there will be a GEP to get the address of the field and then the
>>> user will be a call (or possibly invoke) instruction.
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