Two Hoopl questions
jan.stolarek at p.lodz.pl
Fri Jul 26 17:55:42 CEST 2013
OK, let's make it "Three Hoopl questions".
3) Consider this rewriting function:
cpRwMiddle dflags (CmmStore lhs rhs) _ = do
u <- getUniqueUs
let regSize = cmmExprType dflags rhs
newReg = CmmLocal $ LocalReg u regSize
newRegAssign = CmmAssign newReg rhs
newMemAssign = CmmStore lhs (CmmReg newReg)
return . Just . GUnit . BCons newRegAssign . BMiddle $ newMemAssign
Is this a correct way of generating new Uniques? If this function is evaluated twice will it generate two different uniques?
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Od: "Jan Stolarek" <jan.stolarek at p.lodz.pl>
Do: "ghc-devs" <ghc-devs at haskell.org>
Wysłane: piątek, 26 lipiec 2013 10:50:01
Temat: Two Hoopl questions
I have two questions about using Hoopl:
1) I'm debugging some Hoopl transformations that often fall into an infinite loop. Probably the easiest way to find the cause would be to allow only a limited number of iterations and then examining the rewritten output. I think that optimization fuel was designed exactly with this scenario in mind, but Compiler.Hoopl module in hoopl library does not re-export functions needed to use Fuel (e.g. runWithFuel). Why are these functions hidden? Is there another interface for using fuel?
2) In my algorithm I need to initialize all of the blocks in a graph with bottom element of a lattice, except for the entry block, which needs some other initial values. I've written something like this:
cmmCopyPropagation dflags graph = do
let entry_blk = g_entry graph
g' <- dataflowPassFwd graph [(entry_blk, (Top , Top))] $
analRewFwd cpLattice cpTransfer cpRewrite
return . fst $ g'
cpLattice = DataflowLattice "copy propagation" (Bottom, Bottom) cpJoin
However, it seems that Bottom values passed to cpLattice are ignored - I could replace them with `undefined` and the code would still run without causing an error. Is there something obviously wrong in the way I pass initial fact values to dataflowPassFwd, or should I look for the problem in other parts of my code?
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