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//===- ModuloSchedule.h - Software pipeline schedule expansion ------------===//
// Part of the LLVM Project, under the Apache License v2.0 with LLVM Exceptions.
// See https://llvm.org/LICENSE.txt for license information.
// SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0 WITH LLVM-exception
// Software pipelining (SWP) is an instruction scheduling technique for loops
// that overlaps loop iterations and exploits ILP via compiler transformations.
// There are multiple methods for analyzing a loop and creating a schedule.
// An example algorithm is Swing Modulo Scheduling (implemented by the
// MachinePipeliner). The details of how a schedule is arrived at are irrelevant
// for the task of actually rewriting a loop to adhere to the schedule, which
// is what this file does.
// A schedule is, for every instruction in a block, a Cycle and a Stage. Note
// that we only support single-block loops, so "block" and "loop" can be used
// interchangably.
// The Cycle of an instruction defines a partial order of the instructions in
// the remapped loop. Instructions within a cycle must not consume the output
// of any instruction in the same cycle. Cycle information is assumed to have
// been calculated such that the processor will execute instructions in
// lock-step (for example in a VLIW ISA).
// The Stage of an instruction defines the mapping between logical loop
// iterations and pipelined loop iterations. An example (unrolled) pipeline
// may look something like:
//  I0[0]                      Execute instruction I0 of iteration 0
//  I1[0], I0[1]               Execute I0 of iteration 1 and I1 of iteration 1
//         I1[1], I0[2]
//                I1[2], I0[3]
// In the schedule for this unrolled sequence we would say that I0 was scheduled
// in stage 0 and I1 in stage 1:
//  loop:
//    [stage 0] x = I0
//    [stage 1] I1 x (from stage 0)
// And to actually generate valid code we must insert a phi:
//  loop:
//    x' = phi(x)
//    x = I0
//    I1 x'
// This is a simple example; the rules for how to generate correct code given
// an arbitrary schedule containing loop-carried values are complex.
// Note that these examples only mention the steady-state kernel of the
// generated loop; prologs and epilogs must be generated also that prime and
// flush the pipeline. Doing so is nontrivial.


#include "llvm/CodeGen/MachineFunction.h"
#include "llvm/CodeGen/MachineLoopInfo.h"
#include "llvm/CodeGen/MachineLoopUtils.h"
#include "llvm/CodeGen/TargetInstrInfo.h"
#include "llvm/CodeGen/TargetSubtargetInfo.h"
#include <deque>
#include <vector>

namespace llvm {
class MachineBasicBlock;
class MachineInstr;
class LiveIntervals;

/// Represents a schedule for a single-block loop. For every instruction we
/// maintain a Cycle and Stage.
class ModuloSchedule {
  /// The block containing the loop instructions.
  MachineLoop *Loop;

  /// The instructions to be generated, in total order. Cycle provides a partial
  /// order; the total order within cycles has been decided by the schedule
  /// producer.
  std::vector<MachineInstr *> ScheduledInstrs;

  /// The cycle for each instruction.
  DenseMap<MachineInstr *, int> Cycle;

  /// The stage for each instruction.
  DenseMap<MachineInstr *, int> Stage;

  /// The number of stages in this schedule (Max(Stage) + 1).
  int NumStages;

  /// Create a new ModuloSchedule.
  /// \arg ScheduledInstrs The new loop instructions, in total resequenced
  ///    order.
  /// \arg Cycle Cycle index for all instructions in ScheduledInstrs. Cycle does
  ///    not need to start at zero. ScheduledInstrs must be partially ordered by
  ///    Cycle.
  /// \arg Stage Stage index for all instructions in ScheduleInstrs.
  ModuloSchedule(MachineFunction &MF, MachineLoop *Loop,
                 std::vector<MachineInstr *> ScheduledInstrs,
                 DenseMap<MachineInstr *, int> Cycle,
                 DenseMap<MachineInstr *, int> Stage)
      : Loop(Loop), ScheduledInstrs(ScheduledInstrs), Cycle(std::move(Cycle)),
        Stage(std::move(Stage)) {
    NumStages = 0;
    for (auto &KV : this->Stage)
      NumStages = std::max(NumStages, KV.second);

  /// Return the single-block loop being scheduled.
  MachineLoop *getLoop() const { return Loop; }

  /// Return the number of stages contained in this schedule, which is the
  /// largest stage index + 1.
  int getNumStages() const { return NumStages; }

  /// Return the first cycle in the schedule, which is the cycle index of the
  /// first instruction.
  int getFirstCycle() { return Cycle[ScheduledInstrs.front()]; }

  /// Return the final cycle in the schedule, which is the cycle index of the
  /// last instruction.
  int getFinalCycle() { return Cycle[ScheduledInstrs.back()]; }

  /// Return the stage that MI is scheduled in, or -1.
  int getStage(MachineInstr *MI) {
    auto I = Stage.find(MI);
    return I == Stage.end() ? -1 : I->second;

  /// Return the cycle that MI is scheduled at, or -1.
  int getCycle(MachineInstr *MI) {
    auto I = Cycle.find(MI);
    return I == Cycle.end() ? -1 : I->second;

  /// Return the rescheduled instructions in order.
  ArrayRef<MachineInstr *> getInstructions() { return ScheduledInstrs; }

  void dump() { print(dbgs()); }
  void print(raw_ostream &OS);

/// The ModuloScheduleExpander takes a ModuloSchedule and expands it in-place,
/// rewriting the old loop and inserting prologs and epilogs as required.
class ModuloScheduleExpander {
  using InstrChangesTy = DenseMap<MachineInstr *, std::pair<unsigned, int64_t>>;

  using ValueMapTy = DenseMap<unsigned, unsigned>;
  using MBBVectorTy = SmallVectorImpl<MachineBasicBlock *>;
  using InstrMapTy = DenseMap<MachineInstr *, MachineInstr *>;

  ModuloSchedule &Schedule;
  MachineFunction &MF;
  const TargetSubtargetInfo &ST;
  MachineRegisterInfo &MRI;
  const TargetInstrInfo *TII;
  LiveIntervals &LIS;

  MachineBasicBlock *BB;
  MachineBasicBlock *Preheader;
  MachineBasicBlock *NewKernel = nullptr;
  std::unique_ptr<TargetInstrInfo::PipelinerLoopInfo> LoopInfo;

  /// Map for each register and the max difference between its uses and def.
  /// The first element in the pair is the max difference in stages. The
  /// second is true if the register defines a Phi value and loop value is
  /// scheduled before the Phi.
  std::map<unsigned, std::pair<unsigned, bool>> RegToStageDiff;

  /// Instructions to change when emitting the final schedule.
  InstrChangesTy InstrChanges;

  void generatePipelinedLoop();
  void generateProlog(unsigned LastStage, MachineBasicBlock *KernelBB,
                      ValueMapTy *VRMap, MBBVectorTy &PrologBBs);
  void generateEpilog(unsigned LastStage, MachineBasicBlock *KernelBB,
                      ValueMapTy *VRMap, MBBVectorTy &EpilogBBs,
                      MBBVectorTy &PrologBBs);
  void generateExistingPhis(MachineBasicBlock *NewBB, MachineBasicBlock *BB1,
                            MachineBasicBlock *BB2, MachineBasicBlock *KernelBB,
                            ValueMapTy *VRMap, InstrMapTy &InstrMap,
                            unsigned LastStageNum, unsigned CurStageNum,
                            bool IsLast);
  void generatePhis(MachineBasicBlock *NewBB, MachineBasicBlock *BB1,
                    MachineBasicBlock *BB2, MachineBasicBlock *KernelBB,
                    ValueMapTy *VRMap, InstrMapTy &InstrMap,
                    unsigned LastStageNum, unsigned CurStageNum, bool IsLast);
  void removeDeadInstructions(MachineBasicBlock *KernelBB,
                              MBBVectorTy &EpilogBBs);
  void splitLifetimes(MachineBasicBlock *KernelBB, MBBVectorTy &EpilogBBs);
  void addBranches(MachineBasicBlock &PreheaderBB, MBBVectorTy &PrologBBs,
                   MachineBasicBlock *KernelBB, MBBVectorTy &EpilogBBs,
                   ValueMapTy *VRMap);
  bool computeDelta(MachineInstr &MI, unsigned &Delta);
  void updateMemOperands(MachineInstr &NewMI, MachineInstr &OldMI,
                         unsigned Num);
  MachineInstr *cloneInstr(MachineInstr *OldMI, unsigned CurStageNum,
                           unsigned InstStageNum);
  MachineInstr *cloneAndChangeInstr(MachineInstr *OldMI, unsigned CurStageNum,
                                    unsigned InstStageNum);
  void updateInstruction(MachineInstr *NewMI, bool LastDef,
                         unsigned CurStageNum, unsigned InstrStageNum,
                         ValueMapTy *VRMap);
  MachineInstr *findDefInLoop(unsigned Reg);
  unsigned getPrevMapVal(unsigned StageNum, unsigned PhiStage, unsigned LoopVal,
                         unsigned LoopStage, ValueMapTy *VRMap,
                         MachineBasicBlock *BB);
  void rewritePhiValues(MachineBasicBlock *NewBB, unsigned StageNum,
                        ValueMapTy *VRMap, InstrMapTy &InstrMap);
  void rewriteScheduledInstr(MachineBasicBlock *BB, InstrMapTy &InstrMap,
                             unsigned CurStageNum, unsigned PhiNum,
                             MachineInstr *Phi, unsigned OldReg,
                             unsigned NewReg, unsigned PrevReg = 0);
  bool isLoopCarried(MachineInstr &Phi);

  /// Return the max. number of stages/iterations that can occur between a
  /// register definition and its uses.
  unsigned getStagesForReg(int Reg, unsigned CurStage) {
    std::pair<unsigned, bool> Stages = RegToStageDiff[Reg];
    if ((int)CurStage > Schedule.getNumStages() - 1 && Stages.first == 0 &&
      return 1;
    return Stages.first;

  /// The number of stages for a Phi is a little different than other
  /// instructions. The minimum value computed in RegToStageDiff is 1
  /// because we assume the Phi is needed for at least 1 iteration.
  /// This is not the case if the loop value is scheduled prior to the
  /// Phi in the same stage.  This function returns the number of stages
  /// or iterations needed between the Phi definition and any uses.
  unsigned getStagesForPhi(int Reg) {
    std::pair<unsigned, bool> Stages = RegToStageDiff[Reg];
    if (Stages.second)
      return Stages.first;
    return Stages.first - 1;

  /// Create a new ModuloScheduleExpander.
  /// \arg InstrChanges Modifications to make to instructions with memory
  ///   operands.
  /// FIXME: InstrChanges is opaque and is an implementation detail of an
  ///   optimization in MachinePipeliner that crosses abstraction boundaries.
  ModuloScheduleExpander(MachineFunction &MF, ModuloSchedule &S,
                         LiveIntervals &LIS, InstrChangesTy InstrChanges)
      : Schedule(S), MF(MF), ST(MF.getSubtarget()), MRI(MF.getRegInfo()),
        TII(ST.getInstrInfo()), LIS(LIS),
        InstrChanges(std::move(InstrChanges)) {}

  /// Performs the actual expansion.
  void expand();
  /// Performs final cleanup after expansion.
  void cleanup();

  /// Returns the newly rewritten kernel block, or nullptr if this was
  /// optimized away.
  MachineBasicBlock *getRewrittenKernel() { return NewKernel; }

/// A reimplementation of ModuloScheduleExpander. It works by generating a
/// standalone kernel loop and peeling out the prologs and epilogs.
class PeelingModuloScheduleExpander {
  ModuloSchedule &Schedule;
  MachineFunction &MF;
  const TargetSubtargetInfo &ST;
  MachineRegisterInfo &MRI;
  const TargetInstrInfo *TII;
  LiveIntervals *LIS;

  /// The original loop block that gets rewritten in-place.
  MachineBasicBlock *BB;
  /// The original loop preheader.
  MachineBasicBlock *Preheader;
  /// All prolog and epilog blocks.
  SmallVector<MachineBasicBlock *, 4> Prologs, Epilogs;
  /// For every block, the stages that are produced.
  DenseMap<MachineBasicBlock *, BitVector> LiveStages;
  /// For every block, the stages that are available. A stage can be available
  /// but not produced (in the epilog) or produced but not available (in the
  /// prolog).
  DenseMap<MachineBasicBlock *, BitVector> AvailableStages;

  /// CanonicalMIs and BlockMIs form a bidirectional map between any of the
  /// loop kernel clones.
  DenseMap<MachineInstr *, MachineInstr *> CanonicalMIs;
  DenseMap<std::pair<MachineBasicBlock *, MachineInstr *>, MachineInstr *>

  /// State passed from peelKernel to peelPrologAndEpilogs().
  std::deque<MachineBasicBlock *> PeeledFront, PeeledBack;

  PeelingModuloScheduleExpander(MachineFunction &MF, ModuloSchedule &S,
                                LiveIntervals *LIS)
      : Schedule(S), MF(MF), ST(MF.getSubtarget()), MRI(MF.getRegInfo()),
        TII(ST.getInstrInfo()), LIS(LIS) {}

  void expand();

  /// Runs ModuloScheduleExpander and treats it as a golden input to validate
  /// aspects of the code generated by PeelingModuloScheduleExpander.
  void validateAgainstModuloScheduleExpander();

  /// Converts BB from the original loop body to the rewritten, pipelined
  /// steady-state.
  void rewriteKernel();

  /// Peels one iteration of the rewritten kernel (BB) in the specified
  /// direction.
  MachineBasicBlock *peelKernel(LoopPeelDirection LPD);
  /// Peel the kernel forwards and backwards to produce prologs and epilogs,
  /// and stitch them together.
  void peelPrologAndEpilogs();
  /// All prolog and epilog blocks are clones of the kernel, so any produced
  /// register in one block has an corollary in all other blocks.
  Register getEquivalentRegisterIn(Register Reg, MachineBasicBlock *BB);
  /// Change all users of MI, if MI is predicated out
  /// (LiveStages[MI->getParent()] == false).
  void rewriteUsesOf(MachineInstr *MI);
  /// Insert branches between prologs, kernel and epilogs.
  void fixupBranches();
  /// Create a poor-man's LCSSA by cloning only the PHIs from the kernel block
  /// to a block dominated by all prologs and epilogs. This allows us to treat
  /// the loop exiting block as any other kernel clone.
  MachineBasicBlock *CreateLCSSAExitingBlock();
  /// Helper to get the stage of an instruction in the schedule.
  unsigned getStage(MachineInstr *MI) {
    if (CanonicalMIs.count(MI))
      MI = CanonicalMIs[MI];
    return Schedule.getStage(MI);

/// Expander that simply annotates each scheduled instruction with a post-instr
/// symbol that can be consumed by the ModuloScheduleTest pass.
/// The post-instr symbol is a way of annotating an instruction that can be
/// roundtripped in MIR. The syntax is:
///   MYINST %0, post-instr-symbol <mcsymbol Stage-1_Cycle-5>
class ModuloScheduleTestAnnotater {
  MachineFunction &MF;
  ModuloSchedule &S;

  ModuloScheduleTestAnnotater(MachineFunction &MF, ModuloSchedule &S)
      : MF(MF), S(S) {}

  /// Performs the annotation.
  void annotate();

} // end namespace llvm