On 18 October 2016 at 13:55, Richard Biener <rguent...@suse.de> wrote:
> On Tue, 18 Oct 2016, Prathamesh Kulkarni wrote:
>> On 18 October 2016 at 02:46, Jeff Law <l...@redhat.com> wrote:
>> > On 10/15/2016 11:59 PM, Prathamesh Kulkarni wrote:
>> >>
>> >> This patch is mostly the same as previous one, except it drops
>> >> targeting __udivmoddi4() because it gave undefined reference link
>> >> error for calling __udivmoddi4() on aarch64-linux-gnu. It appears
>> >> aarch64 has hardware insn for DImode div, so __udivmoddi4() isn't
>> >> needed for the target (it was a bug in my patch that called
>> >> __udivmoddi4() even though aarch64 supported hardware div).
>> >
>> > This touches on the one high level question I had.  Namely what is the code
>> > generation strategy if the hardware has a div, but not divmod.
>> The divmod transform isn't enabled if target supports hardware div in the 
>> same
>> or wider mode even if divmod libfunc is available for the given mode.
>> >
>> > ISTM in that case I think we want to use the div instruction and synthesize
>> > mod from that result rather than relying on a software divmod.  So it looks
>> > like you ought to be doing the right thing for that case now based on your
>> > comment above.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> However this makes me wonder if it's guaranteed that __udivmoddi4()
>> >> will be available for a target if it doesn't have hardware div and
>> >> divmod insn and doesn't have target-specific libfunc for DImode
>> >> divmod ? To be conservative, the attached patch doesn't generate call
>> >> to __udivmoddi4.
>> >
>> > I don't think that's a safe assumption.  Addition of the divmod routines
>> > into libgcc is controlled by the target and have to be explicitly added
>> > AFAICT.
>> >
>> > So on a target like the fr30 which has no div or mod insn and doesn't 
>> > define
>> > the right bits in libgcc, there is no divmod libcall available. (On these
>> > targets there's a div libcall and a mod libcall, but not a combined one).
>> Thanks. I had erroneously  assumed __udivimoddi4() was available for all 
>> targets
>> because it was defined in libgcc2.c and generated call to it as "last
>> resort" for unsigned
>> DImode case if target didn't support hardware div and divmod insn and
>> didn't have
>> target-specific divmod libfunc for DImode.
>> The reason why it generated undefined reference on aarch64-linux-gnu
>> was because I
>> didn't properly check in the patch if target supported hardware div,
>> and ended up generating call to
>> __udivmoddi4() even though aarch64 has hardware div. I rectified that
>> before posting the
>> patch.
>> >
>> > I don't even think we have a way of knowing in the compiler if the target
>> > has enabled divmod support in libgcc.
> Yeah, that's what bothers me with the current optab libfunc query
> setup -- it isn't reliable.
>> Well the arm and c6x backends register target-specific divmod libfunc via
>> set_optab_libfunc(). I suppose that's sufficient to know if target has
>> divmod enabled
>> in libgcc ?
>> >
>> > ISTM that for now we have to limit to cases where we have a divmod
>> > insn/libcall defined.
>> Indeed. The transform is enabled only if the target has hardware divmod insn
>> or divmod libfunc (in the libfunc case, no hardware div insn).
>> Please see divmod_candidate_p() in the patch for cases when the
>> transform gets enabled.
> But after your patch the divmod libfunc is never available?
After the patch, the divmod libfunc is not available if the target
doesn't explicitly set it.
So by default optab_libfunc ([us]divmod_optab, mode) would return NULL
instead of bogus libfunc
constructed with gen_int_libfunc, but if the target has registered it
with set_optab_libfunc, then
the target-specific libfunc name would be returned.

> Richard.
>> Thanks,
>> Prathamesh
>> >
>> > jeff
>> >
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> Richard Biener <rguent...@suse.de>
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