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337507 efriedma
[SCCP] Don't use markForcedConstant on branch conditions.

It's more aggressive than we need to be, and leads to strange
workarounds in other places like call return value inference. Instead,
just directly mark an edge viable.

Tests by Florian Hahn.

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D49408

337506 scanon
Skip out of SimplifyDemandedBits for BITCAST of f16 to i16

Mirrors the existing exit path for f128, avoiding a crash later on.

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D49524

337505 maskray
[docs] Correct -fvisibility-inlines-hidden description
337504 dexonsmith
ADT: Shrink size of SmallVector by 8B on 64-bit platforms

Representing size and capacity directly as unsigned and calculate
`end()` using `begin() + size()`.

This limits the maximum size/capacity of a vector to UINT32_MAX.

https://reviews.llvm.org/D48518
337503 tejohnson
[ThinLTO] Only emit referenced type id records in index files

Summary:
Currently all type ids are emitted into the index file when it is
written. For distributed ThinLTO, that meant that all type ids were
being duplicated into every single distributed index file, regardless of
whether they were referenced, leading to huge amounts of unnecessary
duplication and size bloat.

Keep track of the type id GUIDs actually referenced by the GV summary
records being emitted, and only emit those type IDs.

Add a new test, and fix test/Assembler/thinlto-summary.ll so that all
type ids are referenced to prevent deletion in that test.

Reviewers: pcc

Subscribers: mehdi_amini, inglorion, eraman, steven_wu, dexonsmith, vitalybuka, llvm-commits

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D49565
337502 ctopper
[DAGCombiner] Teach DAGCombiner that A-(-B) is A+B.

We already knew A+(-B) is A-B in visitAdd. This does the opposite for visitSub.
337501 kcc
[libFuzzer] when -print_coverage=1 is given, print more stats (the number of seeds that hit every given function)
337500 rksimon
[X86][AVX] Use extract_subvector to reduce vector op widths (PR36761)

We have a number of cases where we fail to reduce vector op widths, performing the op in a larger vector and then extracting a subvector. This is often because by default it would create illegal types.

This peephole patch attempts to handle a few common cases detailed in PR36761, which typically involved extension+conversion to vX2f64 types.

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D49556
337499 devnexen
[CStringSyntaxChecker] Check strlcpy sizeof syntax

The last argument is expected to be the destination buffer size (or less).

    Detects if it points to destination buffer size directly or via a variable.
    Detects if it is an integral, try to detect if the destination buffer can receive the source length.

Updating bsd-string.c unit tests as it make it fails now.

Reviewers: george.karpenpov, NoQ

Reviewed By: george.karpenkov

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D48884
337498 rsmith
When we choose to use zeroinitializer for a trailing portion of an array
constant, don't convert the rest into a packed struct.

If an array constant has a large non-zero portion and a large zero
portion, we want to emit the first part as an array and the rest as a
zeroinitializer if possible. This fixes a memory usage regression from
r333141 when compiling PHP.
337497 epilk
[Sema] Diagnose an invalid dependent function template specialization

Previously, clang marked the specialization as invalid without emitting a
diagnostic. This lead to an assert in CodeGen.

rdar://41806724

Differential revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D49085
337496 mattd
[llvm-mca][docs] Add Timeline and How MCA works.

For the most part, these changes were from the RFC.  I made a few minor
word/structure changes, but nothing significant.  I also regenerated the
example output, and adjusted the text accordingly.

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D49527
337495 rnk
Work around bug in mingw-w64 GCC 8.1.0

This particular version of GCC seems to break bitfields when a method
appears between two bitfield members.

Personally, I think it's nice to keep bitfields close together so that
it's easy to check how things are packed, so I moved the method after
SubClassData.

Fixes PR38168.
337494 sidneym
[ELF][HEXAGON] Add support for R_HEX_B15_PCREL

Add support and update the testcase.

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D49394
337493 tejohnson
[profile] Fix typo in test

Noticed that this was causing a compiler warning in the test.
337492 rnk
Disable GCC's -Wclass-memaccess warning

It fires on things like SmallVector<std::pair<int, int>>, where we
intentionally use memcpy instead of calling the assignment operator.
This warning fires in practically every LLVM TU, so we have to do
something about it, even if we aren't interested in being 100% warning
clean with GCC.

Reported as PR37337
  • lldb-amd64-ninja-netbsd8: './buildLocal.sh' failed -  stdio
337491 ctopper
[X86] Fix some 'return SDValue()' after DCI.CombineTo instead return the output of CombineTo

Returning SDValue() means nothing was changed. Returning the result of CombineTo returns the first argument of CombineTo. This is specially detected by DAGCombiner as meaning that something changed, but worklist management was already taken care of.

I think the only real effect of this change is that we now properly update the Statistic the counts the number of combines performed. That's the only thing between the check for null and the check for N in the DAGCombiner.
  • lldb-amd64-ninja-netbsd8: './buildLocal.sh' failed -  stdio
337490 rnk
Fix -Wsign-compare in llvm-readobj
  • lldb-amd64-ninja-netbsd8: './buildLocal.sh' failed -  stdio
337489 rtereshin
[LSV] Refactoring + supporting bitcasts to a type of different size

This is mostly a preparation work for adding a limited support for
select instructions. It proved to be difficult to do due to size and
irregularity of Vectorizer::isConsecutiveAccess, this is fixed here I
believe.

It also turned out that these changes make it simpler to finish one of
the TODOs and fix a number of other small issues, namely:

1. Looking through bitcasts to a type of a different size (requires
careful tracking of the original load/store size and some math
converting sizes in bytes to expected differences in indices of GEPs).

2. Reusing partial analysis of pointers done by first attempt in proving
them consecutive instead of starting from scratch. This added limited
support for nested GEPs co-existing with difficult sext/zext
instructions. This also required a careful handling of negative
differences between constant parts of offsets.

3. Handing a case where the first pointer index is not an add, but
something else (a fu...
337488 stefanp
[Power9] Code Cleanup - Remove needsAggressiveScheduling()

As we already return true from needsAggressiveScheduling() for the most recent
hardware it would be cleaner to just return true for all PowerPC hardware.

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D48663
337486 jlpeyton
Block library shutdown until unreaped threads finish spin-waiting

This change fixes possibly invalid access to the internal data structure during
library shutdown.  In a heavily oversubscribed situation, the library shutdown
sequence can reach the point where resources are deallocated while there still
exist threads in their final spinning loop.  The added loop in
__kmp_internal_end() checks if there are such busy-waiting threads and blocks
the shutdown sequence if that is the case. Two versions of kmp_wait_template()
are now used to minimize performance impact.

Patch by Hansang Bae

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D49452
337485 smeenai
[Analysis] Fix typo in assert. NFC

Test commit to see if my mailing list woes have been resolved.
337484 sidneym
Add support for R_HEX_B32_PCREL_X, R_HEX_B22_PCREL_X relocations

A couple more basic relocations plus testcase.

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D47791
337483 rsmith