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Re: How can I generate a new function at compile time?


On Tue, May 27, 2014 at 5:17 PM, Benedikt Huber
<benedikt.huber@theobroma-systems.com> wrote:
>
> On 27 May 2014, at 17:09, Richard Biener <richard.guenther@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> On Tue, May 27, 2014 at 5:03 PM, Benedikt Huber
>> <benedikt.huber@theobroma-systems.com> wrote:
>>> (Sorry for the duplicate.)
>>>
>>> I managed to pass the needed parameters to the generated function.
>>> However I cannot pin down the reason why the compilation fails.
>>> It seems that the cfg is somehow broken, but I cannot tell how.
>>> Do you have any debugging hints?
>>>
>>> As far as I can tell, the cfg is changed during the generation of the preheader
>>> (I do this to find the entry block easily.)
>>> and in the function move_sese_region_to_fn.
>>>
>>> I noticed that after pass 058t.copyrename2 the original function bar disappears
>>> and the new function is replaced by _GLOBAL__N_bar.constprop, could this have
>>> anything to do with the problem?
>>
>> Unlikely.  You can disable that by using -fno-ipa-cp.
>>
>>> The pass runs just after the construction of cfg,  outline.c.011t.cfg.
>>>
>>> /home/bhuber/sandbox/install/bin/gcc -O3 -I /home/bhuber/sandbox/src -c -fdump-tree-all-details -fdump-ipa-all-details -fdump-rtl-all-details -funinline-innermost-loops -Wall -Wextra /home/bhuber/sandbox/try/outline.c
>>> /home/bhuber/sandbox/try/outline.c: In function '_GLOBAL__N_bar.constprop':
>>> /home/bhuber/sandbox/try/outline.c:3:1: internal compiler error: in purge_dead_edges, at cfgrtl.c:3183
>>
>> the line doesn't match anything that would ICE on current trunk, but I suppose
>> it's the single_succ_p assert that triggers?
> Yes, that is right, it is
>
> gcc_assert (single_succ_p (bb));
>
>>
>> Either you really got until RTL generation or somehow cfgrtl cfg hooks are
>> still active while you are working in your pass.
>
> The pass that fails, according to the dump files is outline.c.174r.expand
> So it already tries to generate RTL.
> My problem is that there are so many passes in
> between, that I do not know where to start looking.
> Any idea?

What code-base are you developing on?  Do you build with checking
enabled (--enable-checking, the default on trunk but not on release branches).

Richard.

>>
>> Richard.
>>
>>> bar (int s, int r, unsigned * t, int * k, int * p, int * l)
>>> ^
>>> 0x67e7c4 purge_dead_edges(basic_block_def*)
>>>       ../../src/gcc/cfgrtl.c:3183
>>> 0xe5a0d6 find_bb_boundaries
>>>       ../../src/gcc/cfgbuild.c:522
>>> 0xe5a0d6 find_many_sub_basic_blocks(simple_bitmap_def*)
>>>       ../../src/gcc/cfgbuild.c:604
>>> 0x66c0f5 execute
>>>       ../../src/gcc/cfgexpand.c:5873
>>> Please submit a full bug report,
>>> with preprocessed source if appropriate.
>>> Please include the complete backtrace with any bug report.
>>> See <http://gcc.gnu.org/bugs.html> for instructions.
>>>
>>> I attach the transformation pass and the small example program.
>>>
>>> Thank you again for the help,
>>> Benedikt
>>>
>>> P.s. I am aware that this transformation is not safe in general,
>>>    however in this case it should work.
>


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