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320557 gadi.haber
[X86][BMI]: Adding full coverage of MC encoding for the BMI isa set.<NFC>

Adding MC regressions tests to cover the BMI1 and BMI2 ISA sets both 32 and 64 bit.
This patch is part of a larger task to cover MC encoding of all X86 ISA Sets.
started in revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D39952

Reviewers: zvi, craig.topper, m_zuckerman, RKSimon
Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D41106

Change-Id: I033ce137b5b82d36e1e601cd5e0534637b43a4a9
320556 asb
[cmake] Fix host tools build in when LLVM_EXPERIMENTAL_TARGETS_TO_BUILD is set

r320413 triggered cmake configure failures when building with
(e.g. to RISCV). This is because that patch moved to passing through
has been merged in to it. LLVM_EXPERIMENTAL_TARGETS_TO_BUILD must be also be
passed through to avoid errors like below:

-- Constructing LLVMBuild project information
CMake Error at CMakeLists.txt:682 (message):
  The target `RISCV' does not exist.

      It should be one of


-- Configuring incomplete, errors occurred!

See the thread
for discussion of this fix.
320555 sammccall
[clangd] Emit ranges for clangd diagnostics, and fix off-by-one positions

- when the diagnostic has an explicit range, we prefer that
- if the diagnostic has a fixit, its RemoveRange is our next choice
- otherwise we try to expand the diagnostic location into a whole token.
  (inspired by VSCode, which does this client-side when given an empty range)
- if all else fails, we return the zero-width range as now.
  (clients react in different ways to this, highlighting a token or a char)
- this includes the off-by-one fix from D40860, and borrows heavily from it

Reviewers: rwols, hokein

Subscribers: klimek, ilya-biryukov, cfe-commits

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D41118
320554 sammccall
[clangd] Overload hash_value for SymbolID, fix struct/class warning
320553 skatkov
Revert "[CGP] Enable select in complex addr mode"

Causes: Assertion `ScaledReg == nullptr' failed.

This actually a revert of rL320551.
320552 ctopper
[Targets] Don't automatically include the scheduler class enum from *GenInstrInfo.inc with GET_INSTRINFO_ENUM. Make targets request is separately.

Most of the targets don't need the scheduler class enum.

I have an X86 scheduler model change that causes some names in the enum to become about 18000 characters long. This is because using instregex in scheduler models causes the scheduler class to get named with every instruction that matches the regex concatenated together. MSVC has a limit of 4096 characters for an identifier name. Rather than trying to come up with way to reduce the name length, I'm just going to sidestep the problem by not including the enum in X86.
  • clang-x86_64-linux-selfhost-modules: compile (stage 2) Release failed -  stdiowarnings (4)
  • sanitizer-x86_64-linux-bootstrap-ubsan: check-llvm check-clang stage3/ubsan -  stdio
  • sanitizer-x86_64-linux-bootstrap-msan: check-llvm check-clang stage3/msan -  stdio
320551 skatkov
[CGP] Enable select in complex addr mode

Enable select instruction handling in complex addr modes.

Reviewers: john.brawn, reames, aaboud
Reviewed By: reames
Subscribers: llvm-commits
Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D40634
320550 dberris
[XRay][compiler-rt] Reduce XRay log spam

This change makes XRay print the log file output only when the verbosity
level is higher than 0. It reduces the log spam in the default case when
we want XRay running silently, except when there are actual
fatal/serious errors.

We also update the documentation to show how to get the information
after the change to the default behaviour.
320549 skatkov
[NFC] Refactor SafepointIRVerifier

Now two classes are responsible for verification: one of them can track GC
pointers and know whether a pointer is relocated or not and another based on
that information can verify uses of GC pointers.

Patch Author: Daniil Suchkov
Reviewers: mkazantsev, anna, apilipenko
Reviewed By: mkazantsev
Subscribers: llvm-commits
Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D40885
  • lldb-windows7-android: release failed -  stdio
320548 ashahid
[SLP] Vectorize jumbled memory loads.

This patch tries to vectorize loads of consecutive memory accesses, accessed
in non-consecutive or jumbled way. An earlier attempt was made with patch D26905
which was reverted back due to some basic issue with representing the 'use mask' of
jumbled accesses.

This patch fixes the mask representation by recording the 'use mask' in the usertree entry.

Change-Id: I9fe7f5045f065d84c126fa307ef6ebe0787296df

Reviewers: mkuper, loladiro, Ayal, zvi, danielcdh

Reviewed By: Ayal

Subscribers: mgrang, dcaballe, hans, mzolotukhin

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D36130
  • sanitizer-x86_64-linux-android: run instrumented asan tests [aarch64/aosp_marlin-userdebug/OPR4.170623.016] -  stdio
320547 fhahn
[CallSiteSplitting] Refactor creating callsites.

This change makes the call site creation more general if any of the
arguments is predicated on a condition in the call site's predecessors.

If we find a callsite, that potentially can be split, we collect the set
of conditions for the call site's predecessors (currently only 2
predecessors are allowed). To do that, we traverse each predecessor's
predecessors as long as it only has single predecessors and record the
condition, if it is relevant to the call site. For each condition, we
also check if the condition is taken or not. In case it is not taken,
we record the inverse predicate.

We use the recorded conditions to create the new call sites and split
the basic block.

This has 2 benefits: (1) it is slightly easier to see what is going on
(IMO) and (2) we can easily extend it to handle more complex control

Reviewers: davidxl, junbuml

Reviewed By: junbuml

Subscribers: llvm-commits

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D40728
  • sanitizer-x86_64-linux-android: run instrumented asan tests [aarch64/aosp_marlin-userdebug/OPR4.170623.016] -  stdio
320546 matze
Rename LiveIntervalAnalysis.h to LiveIntervals.h

Headers/Implementation files should be named after the class they

Also eliminated an `#include "llvm/CodeGen/LiveIntervalAnalysis.h"` in
favor of `class LiveIntarvals;`
320545 matze
Remove unnecessary includes; NFC
320544 rafael
Make a test more interesting.

Before we had no tests for the use of Repl in getSymVA.
320543 rafael
Remove unnecessary use of Repl.

This runs before ICF, so Sec->Repl == Sec.
320542 rafael
Make a method private. NFC.
320541 davide
[IRExecutionUnit] Initialize uninititialized member variable.

Found by the ubsan build.

320540 davide
[DataEncoder] Replace buggy versions of write functions.

This fixes a previously introduced thinko, now that I have
a better idea of what's going on :)

320539 rafael
Fix the type of the Discared section.

It is constructed with a kind of Regular and will dyn_cast to
InputSection, but is declared to be an InputSectionBase.
320538 eugenis
[hwasan] Inline instrumentation & fixed shadow.

Summary: This brings CPU overhead on bzip2 down from 5.5x to 2x.

Reviewers: kcc, alekseyshl

Subscribers: kubamracek, hiraditya, llvm-commits

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D41137
320537 phosek
[lldb] Set component when invoking add_llvm_install_targets

This is needed to ensure that the distribution and install-distribution
targets work properly.

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D41144
320536 stl_msft
[libcxx] [test] Fix line endings, avoid unnecessary non-ASCII.

Change CRLF to LF.

Consistently comment "\u20ac" as EURO SIGN, its Unicode name, instead of the actual Unicode character.

Avoid non-ASCII dash.

Fixes D40991.
320535 stl_msft
[libcxx] [test] Fix MSVC warnings, null pointer deref.

Silence MSVC warning C4244. This is expected when passing
floating-point values for size.

Avoid MSVC "warning C4293: '<<': shift count negative or too big,
undefined behavior". MSVC sees (1ULL << N) and warns - being guarded
by const bool canFit is insufficient. A small change to the code
avoids the warning without the need for a pragma.

Remove a spurious printf() declaration from to_ullong.pass.cpp.

Change ULL to UL in to_ulong.pass.cpp. The ULL suffix was
probably copy-pasted.

Use LIBCPP_STATIC_ASSERT for consistency with other files.

Fix a null pointer dereference, found by MSVC /analyze
warning C6011 "Dereferencing NULL pointer 'm_expected_ar...
320534 mtrent
reverting out -r320532 because a warning is breaking the lld build
320533 efriedma