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// Copyright (c) 2016 Google Inc.
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#include <algorithm>
#include <map>
#include <unordered_map>
#include <unordered_set>
#include <utility>
#include "source/opt/basic_block.h"
#include "source/opt/def_use_manager.h"
#include "source/opt/ir_context.h"
#include "source/opt/module.h"
#include "spirv-tools/libspirv.hpp"
#include "types.h"
// Avoid unused variable warning/error on Linux
#ifndef NDEBUG
#define USE_ASSERT(x) assert(x)
#define USE_ASSERT(x) ((void)(x))
namespace spvtools {
namespace opt {
// Abstract class of a pass. All passes should implement this abstract class
// and all analysis and transformation is done via the Process() method.
class Pass {
// The status of processing a module using a pass.
// The numbers for the cases are assigned to make sure that Failure & anything
// is Failure, SuccessWithChange & any success is SuccessWithChange.
enum class Status {
Failure = 0x00,
SuccessWithChange = 0x10,
SuccessWithoutChange = 0x11,
using ProcessFunction = std::function<bool(Function*)>;
// Destructs the pass.
virtual ~Pass() = default;
// Returns a descriptive name for this pass.
// NOTE: When deriving a new pass class, make sure you make the name
// compatible with the corresponding spirv-opt command-line flag. For example,
// if you add the flag --my-pass to spirv-opt, make this function return
// "my-pass" (no leading hyphens).
virtual const char* name() const = 0;
// Sets the message consumer to the given |consumer|. |consumer| which will be
// invoked every time there is a message to be communicated to the outside.
void SetMessageConsumer(MessageConsumer c) { consumer_ = std::move(c); }
// Returns the reference to the message consumer for this pass.
const MessageConsumer& consumer() const { return consumer_; }
// Returns the def-use manager used for this pass. TODO(dnovillo): This should
// be handled by the pass manager.
analysis::DefUseManager* get_def_use_mgr() const {
return context()->get_def_use_mgr();
analysis::DecorationManager* get_decoration_mgr() const {
return context()->get_decoration_mgr();
FeatureManager* get_feature_mgr() const {
return context()->get_feature_mgr();
// Returns a pointer to the current module for this pass.
Module* get_module() const { return context_->module(); }
// Sets the pointer to the current context for this pass.
void SetContextForTesting(IRContext* ctx) { context_ = ctx; }
// Returns a pointer to the current context for this pass.
IRContext* context() const { return context_; }
// Returns a pointer to the CFG for current module.
CFG* cfg() const { return context()->cfg(); }
// Run the pass on the given |module|. Returns Status::Failure if errors occur
// when processing. Returns the corresponding Status::Success if processing is
// successful to indicate whether changes are made to the module. If there
// were any changes it will also invalidate the analyses in the IRContext
// that are not preserved.
// It is an error if |Run| is called twice with the same instance of the pass.
// If this happens the return value will be |Failure|.
Status Run(IRContext* ctx);
// Returns the set of analyses that the pass is guaranteed to preserve.
virtual IRContext::Analysis GetPreservedAnalyses() {
return IRContext::kAnalysisNone;
// Return type id for |ptrInst|'s pointee
uint32_t GetPointeeTypeId(const Instruction* ptrInst) const;
// Return base type of |ty_id| type
Instruction* GetBaseType(uint32_t ty_id);
// Return true if |inst| returns scalar, vector or matrix type with base
// float and |width|
bool IsFloat(uint32_t ty_id, uint32_t width);
// Return the id of OpConstantNull of type |type_id|. Create if necessary.
uint32_t GetNullId(uint32_t type_id);
// Constructs a new pass.
// The constructed instance will have an empty message consumer, which just
// ignores all messages from the library. Use SetMessageConsumer() to supply
// one if messages are of concern.
// Processes the given |module|. Returns Status::Failure if errors occur when
// processing. Returns the corresponding Status::Success if processing is
// successful to indicate whether changes are made to the module.
virtual Status Process() = 0;
// Return the next available SSA id and increment it.
// TODO(1841): Handle id overflow.
uint32_t TakeNextId() { return context_->TakeNextId(); }
// Returns the id whose value is the same as |object_to_copy| except its type
// is |new_type_id|. Any instructions needed to generate this value will be
// inserted before |insertion_position|.
uint32_t GenerateCopy(Instruction* object_to_copy, uint32_t new_type_id,
Instruction* insertion_position);
MessageConsumer consumer_; // Message consumer.
// The context that this pass belongs to.
IRContext* context_;
// An instance of a pass can only be run once because it is too hard to
// enforce proper resetting of internal state for each instance. This member
// is used to check that we do not run the same instance twice.
bool already_run_;
inline Pass::Status CombineStatus(Pass::Status a, Pass::Status b) {
return std::min(a, b);
} // namespace opt
} // namespace spvtools
#endif // SOURCE_OPT_PASS_H_