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Re: [wide-int] Remove tree_fits_hwi_p and tree_to_hwi

On 11/17/2013 10:58 AM, Richard Sandiford wrote:
Kenneth Zadeck <> writes:
On 11/17/2013 05:29 AM, Richard Sandiford wrote:
AIUI the two-argument tree_fits_hwi_p and tree_to_hwi were replacements
for host_integerp and tree_low_cst with variable "pos" arguments.
I removed those uses from trunk this week, and Mike's merge has
brought that into branch.
i think that i am a little uncomfortable with this.  last night when i
was testing some stuff, i noticed a syntax error that i assume was a
merge problem in dwarf2out.c, but i did not run down where it came from.

The code was at line 17499 and it used to be:

        if (tree_fits_hwi_p (value)
            && (simple_type_size_in_bits (TREE_TYPE (value))
            <= HOST_BITS_PER_WIDE_INT || tree_fits_shwi_p (value)))

someone (I assume you) had removed the tree_fits_hwi_p && and had left
the last parentheses.
Well, I removed the call from trunk and Mike left the extra parenthesis
when dealing with the resulting merge conflict.

As per the off-list message, I committed a patch to get the branch
building again this morning.

However the code on the trunk is

        if (host_integerp (value, TYPE_UNSIGNED (TREE_TYPE (value)))
            && (simple_type_size_in_bits (TREE_TYPE (value))
            <= HOST_BITS_PER_WIDE_INT || host_integerp (value, 0)))

so i do not see how you have matched this functionality by removing that
Are you sure you're looking at an up-to-date trunk?  It was removed by:

which was committed on Friday as r204846.  There was also a change
to the C frontend committed as r204847.  Those were the changes I was
talking about in the quote above.  So current trunk doesn't have any
calls to host_integerp or tree_low_cst with variable "pos" arguments.


i am likely off by a few days. if there are no more calls on trunk then my objection is removed.

The only remaining use is in a branch-local change to the way that
match_case_to_enum_1 prints constants.  The old code was:

    /* ??? Not working too hard to print the double-word value.
       Should perhaps be done with %lwd in the diagnostic routines?  */
    if (TREE_INT_CST_HIGH (key) == 0)
      snprintf (buf, sizeof (buf), HOST_WIDE_INT_PRINT_UNSIGNED,
	      TREE_INT_CST_LOW (key));
    else if (!TYPE_UNSIGNED (type)
	   && TREE_INT_CST_HIGH (key) == -1
	   && TREE_INT_CST_LOW (key) != 0)
      snprintf (buf, sizeof (buf), "-" HOST_WIDE_INT_PRINT_UNSIGNED,
	      -TREE_INT_CST_LOW (key));
      snprintf (buf, sizeof (buf), HOST_WIDE_INT_PRINT_DOUBLE_HEX,
	      (unsigned HOST_WIDE_INT) TREE_INT_CST_HIGH (key),
	      (unsigned HOST_WIDE_INT) TREE_INT_CST_LOW (key));

The first arm prints KEY as an unsigned HWI if the "infinite precision"
value of KEY fits in an unsigned HWI (regardless of whether the type
is signed or not, e.g. it could be a signed 128-bit type with a value
that happens to fit in an unsigned 64-bit HWI).  The second prints it
as a negative HWI if KEY is negative and fits.  The third arm is a hex
fallback.  But on branch we only print KEYs with signed types as decimal
if they fit in signed HWIs, which is different from the first arm on trunk.

This patch restores the trunk choices and gets rid of the then-unused

Also, the single-argument tree_fits_hwi_p was used only in one place,
sdbout.c.  On trunk it's a "host_integerp (..., 0)" call, so that
translates to tree_fits_shwi_p on branch.

Tested on x86_64-linux-gnu.  OK to install?


Index: gcc/c-family/c-common.c
--- gcc/c-family/c-common.c	2013-11-16 22:21:20.716272495 +0000
+++ gcc/c-family/c-common.c	2013-11-16 22:36:56.575137937 +0000
@@ -6056,8 +6056,10 @@ match_case_to_enum_1 (tree key, tree typ
- if (tree_fits_hwi_p (key, TYPE_SIGN (type)))
-    print_dec (key, buf, TYPE_SIGN (type));
+  if (tree_fits_uhwi_p (key))
+    print_dec (key, buf, UNSIGNED);
+  else if (tree_fits_shwi_p (key))
+    print_dec (key, buf, SIGNED);
       print_hex (key, buf);
Index: gcc/doc/generic.texi
--- gcc/doc/generic.texi	2013-11-16 22:21:23.034289829 +0000
+++ gcc/doc/generic.texi	2013-11-16 22:40:47.479832766 +0000
@@ -1024,10 +1024,8 @@ As this example indicates, the operands
   @tindex INTEGER_CST
   @tindex tree_fits_uhwi_p
   @tindex tree_fits_shwi_p
-@tindex tree_fits_hwi_p
   @tindex tree_to_uhwi
   @tindex tree_to_shwi
-@tindex tree_to_hwi
   @tindex REAL_CST
   @tindex FIXED_CST
   @tindex COMPLEX_CST
@@ -1050,16 +1048,11 @@ represented in an array of HOST_WIDE_INT
   in the array to represent the value without taking extra elements for
   redundant 0s or -1.
-The functions @code{tree_fits_uhwi_p}, @code{tree_fits_shwi_p}, and
-@code{tree_fits_hwi_p} can be used to tell if the value is small
-enough to fit in a HOST_WIDE_INT, as either a signed value, an unsiged
-value or a value whose sign is given as a parameter.  The value can
-then be extracted using the @code{tree_to_uhwi}, @code{tree_to_shwi},
-or @code{tree_to_hwi}.  The @code{tree_to_hwi} comes in both checked
-and unchecked flavors.  However, when the value is used in a context
-where it may represent a value that is larger than can be represented
-in HOST_BITS_PER_WIDE_INT bits, the wide_int class should be used to
-manipulate the constant.
+The functions @code{tree_fits_shwi_p} and @code{tree_fits_uhwi_p}
+can be used to tell if the value is small enough to fit in a
+signed HOST_WIDE_INT or an unsigned HOST_WIDE_INT respectively.
+The value can then be extracted using @code{tree_to_shwi} and
@item REAL_CST Index: gcc/sdbout.c
--- gcc/sdbout.c	2013-10-22 10:15:14.050507121 +0100
+++ gcc/sdbout.c	2013-11-16 22:37:51.168539468 +0000
@@ -1152,7 +1152,7 @@ sdbout_one_type (tree type)
   	        if (TREE_CODE (value) == CONST_DECL)
   	          value = DECL_INITIAL (value);
- if (tree_fits_hwi_p (value))
+	        if (tree_fits_shwi_p (value))
   		    PUT_SDB_INT_VAL (tree_to_shwi (value));
Index: gcc/tree.h
--- gcc/tree.h	2013-11-16 22:21:25.473308066 +0000
+++ gcc/tree.h	2013-11-16 22:42:05.148400937 +0000
@@ -3235,37 +3235,6 @@ tree_fits_shwi_p (const_tree cst)
     return false;
-/* Return true if T is an INTEGER_CST that can be manipulated
-   efficiently on the host.  If SIGN is SIGNED, the value can be
-   represented in a single HOST_WIDE_INT.  If SIGN is UNSIGNED, the
-   value must be non-negative and can be represented in a single
-   unsigned HOST_WIDE_INT.  */
-static inline bool
-tree_fits_hwi_p (const_tree cst, signop sign)
-  return sign ? tree_fits_uhwi_p (cst) : tree_fits_shwi_p (cst);
-/* Return true if T is an INTEGER_CST that can be manipulated
-   efficiently on the host.  If the sign of CST is SIGNED, the value
-   can be represented in a single HOST_WIDE_INT.  If the sign of CST
-   is UNSIGNED, the value must be non-negative and can be represented
-   in a single unsigned HOST_WIDE_INT.  */
-static inline bool
-tree_fits_hwi_p (const_tree cst)
-  if (cst == NULL_TREE)
-    return false;
-  if (TREE_CODE (cst) != INTEGER_CST)
-    return false;
-  return TYPE_UNSIGNED (TREE_TYPE (cst))
-    ? tree_fits_uhwi_p (cst) : tree_fits_shwi_p (cst);
   /* Return the unsigned HOST_WIDE_INT least significant bits of CST.
      If checking is enabled, this ices if the value does not fit.  */
@@ -3298,19 +3267,6 @@ tree_to_hwi (const_tree cst)
     return TREE_INT_CST_ELT (cst, 0);
-/* Return the HOST_WIDE_INT least significant bits of CST. The sign
-   of the checking is based on SIGNOP. */
-static inline HOST_WIDE_INT
-tree_to_hwi (const_tree cst, signop sgn)
-  if (sgn == SIGNED)
-    return tree_to_shwi (cst);
-  else
-    return tree_to_uhwi (cst);
   /* Compute the number of operands in an expression node NODE.  For
      tcc_vl_exp nodes like CALL_EXPRs, this is stored in the node itself,
      otherwise it is looked up from the node's code.  */

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