[PATCH i386 AVX512] [37/n] Extend max/min insn patterns.

Uros Bizjak ubizjak@gmail.com
Thu Sep 11 18:10:00 GMT 2014

On Thu, Sep 11, 2014 at 3:00 PM, Kirill Yukhin <kirill.yukhin@gmail.com> wrote:

> Patch in the bottom extends integer max/min patterns.
> Also, it seems, like rounding variant was generated
> for maxmin patterns. Bug fixed.
> Bootstrapped.
> AVX-512* tests on top of patch-set all pass
> under simulator.
> Is it ok for trunk?
> gcc/
>         * config/i386/sse.md (VI128_256): Delete.
>         (define_mode_iterator VI124_256): New.
>         (define_mode_iterator VI124_256_AVX512F_AVX512BW): Ditto.
>         (define_expand "<code><mode>3<mask_name><round_name>"): Delete.
>         (define_expand "<code><VI124_256_AVX512F_AVX512BW:mode>3"): New.
>         (define_insn "*avx2_<code><VI124_256:mode>3"): Rename from
>         "*avx2_<code><mode>3<mask_name><round_name>" and update mode iterator.
>         (define_expand "<code><VI48_AVX512VL:mode>3_mask"): New.
>         (define_insn "*avx512bw_<code><VI48_AVX512VL:mode>3<mask_name>"): Ditto.
>         (define_insn "<mask_codefor><code><mode>3<mask_name>"): Update mode
>         iterator.
>         (define_expand "<code><mode:VI8_AVX2>3"): Update pettern generation


>         in presence of AVX-512.

The patch is OK.

(BTW: Sometimes "svn diff -x -upw" comes handy to exclude whitespace
changes. I don't know the equivalent option for git, though.)


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