[llvm-dev] Should `AnalyzeLoadAvailability` return true after the lifetime of the load has ended?
Philip Reames via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Thu Aug 22 11:47:07 PDT 2019
Sounds like it from your description.
On 8/21/19 9:04 PM, Shreyansh Chouhan via llvm-dev wrote:
> According to bug 20811, the GVN pass should replace a call to a load
> with `undef` if the load has been made after the lifetime of a pointer
> has ended. But, according to the documentation of
> `AnalyzeLoadAvailability` function in the GVN class, the function
> returns true if there is a value to load and populates the result with
> the value. If the load is made immediately after the start of the
> lifetime of a pointer, the function returns true and populates `Res`
> with `undef`.
> If the load is made after the lifetime of a pointer has been over the
> function considers it to have a clobbered instruction dependency and
> returns false, not populating Res with anything.
> So in order to fix the issue, should I make the case of lifetime end
> the same as lifetime start? i.e. return true and populate Res with
> undef? That does seem to fix the issue, but I don't know if it is the
> correct way of handling it.
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