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RE: DF_DU_CHAIN | DF_UD_CHAIN flags in new-ra


>> d1	def r161
>> u11	use r161
>> u12	use r161
>> 	...
>> d2	def r161
>> u21	use r161
>> In this case, use-def chain for r161 will be consisting of 
>{d1,d2}. In case
>The _reg_-def chain will contain both defs.  But the def-use 
>chains will
>look like:
>  [d1] --> {u11,u12}
>  [d2] --> {u21}

Definitely so.

>So df_ref_unlink is only called on those chains, where the 
>use-def chain
>of u12 pointed to a def.  I.e. if the use-def chain of u12 contains d,
>then the def-use chain of d has to contain u12.  And this is the
>consistency what the abort is testing.

OK, the abort seems to check this consistency, and in fact it looks like the
def-use chains are actually inconsistent.
i.e as pointed out..
>if the use-def chain of u12 contains d, then the def-use chain of d has to
contain u12

This is not happening.
Pls see the attached .lreg file for the def-use/use-def chain dump in this
case. (Pls refer <-- HERE ponters in the lreg file)
I am also attaching the advdomestic.i file which was compiled with -ml -m4
-fnew-ra -O2. (compiled for target sh-elf)

>Somehow this invariant was mixed up.  Try to find what use is 
>trying to be
>deleted, and why it is tried to be deleted from a def-use chain which
>didn't contain it.

Snapshot of dump form .lreg file -

Use-def chains:    (Shouldn't this be def-use instead??)
d4 bb 0 luid 5 insn 21 reg 161 { u14 u19 u29 u44 u58 u64 } <-- (u29 is
modified, previous use-def ref has to be updated)
d47 bb 8 luid 1 insn 129 reg 161 { u66 }  <-- Is this correct??

Def-use chains:       (Use-def??)
u14 bb 3 luid 1 insn 52 reg 161 { d4 d47 } 
u19 bb 3 luid 3 insn 55 reg 161 { d4 d47 }
u29 bb 4 luid 3 insn 80 reg 161 { d4 d47 }
u44 bb 5 luid 6 insn 96 reg 161 { d4 d47 }
u58 bb 6 luid 2 insn 109 reg 161 { d4 d47 }
u64 bb 8 luid 1 insn 129 reg 161 { d4 d47 }
u66 bb 8 luid 2 insn 25 reg 161 { d47 }

Thanks and Best Regards,

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