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// Copyright (c) 2017 The Khronos Group Inc.
// Copyright (c) 2017 Valve Corporation
// Copyright (c) 2017 LunarG Inc.
// Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
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#include <algorithm>
#include <map>
#include <queue>
#include <unordered_map>
#include <unordered_set>
#include <utility>
#include <vector>
#include "source/opt/basic_block.h"
#include "source/opt/def_use_manager.h"
#include "source/opt/mem_pass.h"
#include "source/opt/module.h"
namespace spvtools {
namespace opt {
// See optimizer.hpp for documentation.
class DeadBranchElimPass : public MemPass {
using cbb_ptr = const BasicBlock*;
DeadBranchElimPass() = default;
const char* name() const override { return "eliminate-dead-branches"; }
Status Process() override;
IRContext::Analysis GetPreservedAnalyses() override {
return IRContext::kAnalysisDefUse |
IRContext::kAnalysisInstrToBlockMapping |
IRContext::kAnalysisConstants | IRContext::kAnalysisTypes;
// If |condId| is boolean constant, return conditional value in |condVal| and
// return true, otherwise return false.
bool GetConstCondition(uint32_t condId, bool* condVal);
// If |valId| is a 32-bit integer constant, return value via |value| and
// return true, otherwise return false.
bool GetConstInteger(uint32_t valId, uint32_t* value);
// Add branch to |labelId| to end of block |bp|.
void AddBranch(uint32_t labelId, BasicBlock* bp);
// For function |func|, look for BranchConditionals with constant condition
// and convert to a Branch to the indicated label. Delete resulting dead
// blocks. Note some such branches and blocks may be left to avoid creating
// invalid control flow.
// TODO(greg-lunarg): Remove remaining constant conditional branches and dead
// blocks.
bool EliminateDeadBranches(Function* func);
// Returns the basic block containing |id|.
// Note: this pass only requires correct instruction block mappings for the
// input. This pass does not preserve the block mapping, so it is not kept
// up-to-date during processing.
BasicBlock* GetParentBlock(uint32_t id);
// Marks live blocks reachable from the entry of |func|. Simplifies constant
// branches and switches as it proceeds, to limit the number of live blocks.
// It is careful not to eliminate backedges even if they are dead, but the
// header is live. Likewise, unreachable merge blocks named in live merge
// instruction must be retained (though they may be clobbered).
bool MarkLiveBlocks(Function* func,
std::unordered_set<BasicBlock*>* live_blocks);
// Checks for unreachable merge and continue blocks with live headers; those
// blocks must be retained. Continues are tracked separately so that a live
// phi can be updated to take an undef value from any of its predecessors
// that are unreachable continues.
// |unreachable_continues| maps the id of an unreachable continue target to
// the header block that declares it.
void MarkUnreachableStructuredTargets(
const std::unordered_set<BasicBlock*>& live_blocks,
std::unordered_set<BasicBlock*>* unreachable_merges,
std::unordered_map<BasicBlock*, BasicBlock*>* unreachable_continues);
// Fix phis in reachable blocks so that only live (or unremovable) incoming
// edges are present. If the block now only has a single live incoming edge,
// remove the phi and replace its uses with its data input. If the single
// remaining incoming edge is from the phi itself, the phi is in an
// unreachable single block loop. Either the block is dead and will be
// removed, or it's reachable from an unreachable continue target. In the
// latter case that continue target block will be collapsed into a block that
// only branches back to its header and we'll eliminate the block with the
// phi.
// |unreachable_continues| maps continue targets that cannot be reached to
// merge instruction that declares them.
bool FixPhiNodesInLiveBlocks(
Function* func, const std::unordered_set<BasicBlock*>& live_blocks,
const std::unordered_map<BasicBlock*, BasicBlock*>&
// Erases dead blocks. Any block captured in |unreachable_merges| or
// |unreachable_continues| is a dead block that is required to remain due to
// a live merge instruction in the corresponding header. These blocks will
// have their instructions clobbered and will become a label and terminator.
// Unreachable merge blocks are terminated by OpUnreachable, while
// unreachable continue blocks are terminated by an unconditional branch to
// the header. Otherwise, blocks are dead if not explicitly captured in
// |live_blocks| and are totally removed.
// |unreachable_continues| maps continue targets that cannot be reached to
// corresponding header block that declares them.
bool EraseDeadBlocks(
Function* func, const std::unordered_set<BasicBlock*>& live_blocks,
const std::unordered_set<BasicBlock*>& unreachable_merges,
const std::unordered_map<BasicBlock*, BasicBlock*>&
// Reorders blocks in reachable functions so that they satisfy dominator
// block ordering rules.
void FixBlockOrder();
// Return the first branch instruction that is a conditional branch to
// |merge_block_id|. Returns |nullptr| if no such branch exists. If there are
// multiple such branches, the first one is the one that would be executed
// first when running the code. That is, the one that dominates all of the
// others.
// |start_block_id| must be a block whose innermost containing merge construct
// has |merge_block_id| as the merge block.
// |loop_merge_id| and |loop_continue_id| are the merge and continue block ids
// of the innermost loop containing |start_block_id|.
Instruction* FindFirstExitFromSelectionMerge(uint32_t start_block_id,
uint32_t merge_block_id,
uint32_t loop_merge_id,
uint32_t loop_continue_id,
uint32_t switch_merge_id);
// Adds to |blocks_with_back_edges| all of the blocks on the path from the
// basic block |cont_id| to |header_id| and |merge_id|. The intention is that
// |cond_id| is a the continue target of a loop, |header_id| is the header of
// the loop, and |merge_id| is the merge block of the loop.
void AddBlocksWithBackEdge(
uint32_t cont_id, uint32_t header_id, uint32_t merge_id,
std::unordered_set<BasicBlock*>* blocks_with_back_edges);
// Returns true if there is a branch to the merge node of the selection
// construct |switch_header_id| that is inside a nested selection construct or
// in the header of the nested selection construct.
bool SwitchHasNestedBreak(uint32_t switch_header_id);
// Return true of the terminator of |block| is successfully replaced with a
// branch to |live_lab_id|. The merge instruction is deleted or moved as
// needed to maintain structured control flow. Assumes that the
// StructuredCFGAnalysis is valid for the constructs containing |block|.
bool SimplifyBranch(BasicBlock* block, uint32_t live_lab_id);
} // namespace opt
} // namespace spvtools