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Re: Use predicates for RTL objects
On Mon, Aug 05, 2019 at 02:14:50PM -0400, Arvind Sankar wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 05, 2019 at 12:48:46PM -0500, Segher Boessenkool wrote:
> > First: do you have a copyright assignment? See
> > https://gcc.gnu.org/contribute.html
> > for instructions.
> Nope, is this really substantial enough to warrant one?
Some might say it is, the sheer amount of code changed :-) If some
maintainer okays it without assignment, that is fine with me of course.
This is also easier if it is all machine-generated and nice simple
> > This is easier to review, and even to commit as obvious, if you did a
> > patch per macro, certainly for the new macros; and, put the script in
> > contrib/, and then say with every patch that is just the output of the
> > script that that is the case.
> Ok, I can split it up that way.
> > Please mention the exact macros you now use, and/or the actual rtx codes.
> That'll be easier once its split up by macro. I'll combine the backend +
> target code into one patch per macro.
Looking forward to it.
In general, writing changelogs for simpler patches is easier :-)
> > > * gcc/config/rx/constraints.md, gcc/config/rx/rx.c, gcc/config/rx/rx.h: Likewise.
> > And you normally have a separate entry for every file.
> I tried to make the changelog a bit shorter by combining filenames into
> the same line-- should be easier all around to generate that with one entry per file.
> > > -/* Predicate yielding true iff X is an rtx for a double-int. */
> > > +/* Predicate yielding true iff X is an rtx for a floating point constant. */
> > > #define CONST_DOUBLE_AS_FLOAT_P(X) \
> > > (GET_CODE (X) == CONST_DOUBLE && GET_MODE (X) != VOIDmode)
> > Is const_double really only used for floating point these days?
> Are you asking if the CONST_DOUBLE_AS_INT_P possibility is dead code
> now? That's beyond my current level of understanding of the code,
> hopefully someone else will chime in.
I am asking if the change to this comment is correct.