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Re: [PATCH, GCC/testsuite/ARM] Allow arm_arch_*_ok to test several macros


On 07/06/17 16:42, Thomas Preudhomme wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> The general arm_arch_*_ok procedures check architecture availability by
> substituting macros inside a defined preprocessor operator. This limits
> them to only check definition of only one macro and force ARMv7VE to be
> special cased.
> 
> This patch takes advantage of the fact that architecture macros, when
> defined, are not null to allow expressing architecture availability by
> a boolean operation of possibly several macros. It then takes advantage
> of this to deal with ARMv7VE in the general case.  The patch also adds a
> comment to make it clear that check_effective_target_arm_arch_FUNC_ok
> does not work as intendend for architecture extensions (eg. ARMv8.1-A)
> due to lack of extension-specific macro similar to __ARM_ARCH_*__.
> 
> ChangeLog entry is as follows:
> 
> *** gcc/testsuite/ChangeLog ***
> 
> 2017-06-06  Thomas Preud'homme  <thomas.preudhomme@arm.com>
> 
>     * lib/target-supports.exp (check_effective_target_arm_arch_FUNC_ok):
>     Test for null definitions instead of them being undefined.  Add entry
>     for ARMv7VE.  Reindent entry for ARMv8-M Baseline.  Add comment warning
>     about using the effective target for architecture extension.
>     (check_effective_target_arm_arch_v7ve_ok): Remove.
>     (add_options_for_arm_arch_v7ve): Likewise.
> 
> Testing:
> - gcc.target/arm/atomic_loaddi_10.c passes with the patch for armv7ve
>   but is marked unsupported for armv7-a
> - verified in the logs that -march=armv7ve is correctly added when
>   running gcc.target/arm/ftest-armv7ve-arm.c
> 
> Is this ok for trunk?
> 

OK.

R.

> Best regards,
> 
> Thomas
> 
> arm_arch_x_ok_several_macros.patch
> 
> 
> diff --git a/gcc/testsuite/lib/target-supports.exp b/gcc/testsuite/lib/target-supports.exp
> index ded6383cc1f9a1489cd83e1dace0c2fc48e252c3..e83ec757ae3c0dd7c3cad19cfd5d9577547d18a5 100644
> --- a/gcc/testsuite/lib/target-supports.exp
> +++ b/gcc/testsuite/lib/target-supports.exp
> @@ -3775,12 +3775,13 @@ proc check_effective_target_arm_fp16_hw { } {
>  # can be selected and a routine to give the flags to select that architecture
>  # Note: Extra flags may be added to disable options from newer compilers
>  # (Thumb in particular - but others may be added in the future).
> -# -march=armv7ve is special and is handled explicitly after this loop because
> -# it needs more than one predefine check to identify.
> +# Warning: Do not use check_effective_target_arm_arch_*_ok for architecture
> +# extension (eg. ARMv8.1-A) since there is no macro defined for them.  See
> +# how only __ARM_ARCH_8A__ is checked for ARMv8.1-A.
>  # Usage: /* { dg-require-effective-target arm_arch_v5_ok } */
>  #        /* { dg-add-options arm_arch_v5 } */
>  #	 /* { dg-require-effective-target arm_arch_v5_multilib } */
> -foreach { armfunc armflag armdef } {
> +foreach { armfunc armflag armdefs } {
>  	v4 "-march=armv4 -marm" __ARM_ARCH_4__
>  	v4t "-march=armv4t" __ARM_ARCH_4T__
>  	v5 "-march=armv5 -marm" __ARM_ARCH_5__
> @@ -3795,20 +3796,23 @@ foreach { armfunc armflag armdef } {
>  	v7r "-march=armv7-r" __ARM_ARCH_7R__
>  	v7m "-march=armv7-m -mthumb" __ARM_ARCH_7M__
>  	v7em "-march=armv7e-m -mthumb" __ARM_ARCH_7EM__
> +	v7ve "-march=armv7ve -marm"
> +		"__ARM_ARCH_7A__ && __ARM_FEATURE_IDIV"
>  	v8a "-march=armv8-a" __ARM_ARCH_8A__
>  	v8_1a "-march=armv8.1a" __ARM_ARCH_8A__
>  	v8_2a "-march=armv8.2a" __ARM_ARCH_8A__
> -	v8m_base "-march=armv8-m.base -mthumb -mfloat-abi=soft" __ARM_ARCH_8M_BASE__
> +	v8m_base "-march=armv8-m.base -mthumb -mfloat-abi=soft"
> +		__ARM_ARCH_8M_BASE__
>  	v8m_main "-march=armv8-m.main -mthumb" __ARM_ARCH_8M_MAIN__ } {
> -    eval [string map [list FUNC $armfunc FLAG $armflag DEF $armdef ] {
> +    eval [string map [list FUNC $armfunc FLAG $armflag DEFS $armdefs ] {
>  	proc check_effective_target_arm_arch_FUNC_ok { } {
>  	    if { [ string match "*-marm*" "FLAG" ] &&
>  		![check_effective_target_arm_arm_ok] } {
>  		return 0
>  	    }
>  	    return [check_no_compiler_messages arm_arch_FUNC_ok assembly {
> -		#if !defined (DEF)
> -		#error !DEF
> +		#if !(DEFS)
> +		#error !(DEFS)
>  		#endif
>  	    } "FLAG" ]
>  	}
> @@ -3829,26 +3833,6 @@ foreach { armfunc armflag armdef } {
>      }]
>  }
>  
> -# Same functions as above but for -march=armv7ve.  To uniquely identify
> -# -march=armv7ve we need to check for __ARM_ARCH_7A__ as well as
> -# __ARM_FEATURE_IDIV otherwise it aliases with armv7-a.
> -
> -proc check_effective_target_arm_arch_v7ve_ok { } {
> -  if { [ string match "*-marm*" "-march=armv7ve" ] &&
> -	![check_effective_target_arm_arm_ok] } {
> -		return 0
> -    }
> -  return [check_no_compiler_messages arm_arch_v7ve_ok assembly {
> -  #if !defined (__ARM_ARCH_7A__) || !defined (__ARM_FEATURE_IDIV)
> -  #error !armv7ve
> -  #endif
> -  } "-march=armv7ve" ]
> -}
> -
> -proc add_options_for_arm_arch_v7ve { flags } {
> -    return "$flags -march=armv7ve"
> -}
> -
>  # Return 1 if GCC was configured with --with-mode=
>  proc check_effective_target_default_mode { } {
>  
> 


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