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//===- X86CallingConv.td - Calling Conventions for X86 32/64 ----*- C++ -*-===//
// 
//                     The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
//
// This file was developed by Chris Lattner and is distributed under
// the University of Illinois Open Source License. See LICENSE.TXT for details.
// 
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
//
// This describes the calling conventions for the X86-32 and X86-64
// architectures.
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//

/// CCIfSubtarget - Match if the current subtarget has a feature F.
class CCIfSubtarget<string F, CCAction A>
 : CCIf<!strconcat("State.getTarget().getSubtarget<X86Subtarget>().", F), A>;

//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// Return Value Calling Conventions
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//

// Return-value conventions common to all X86 CC's.
def RetCC_X86Common : CallingConv<[
  // Scalar values are returned in AX first, then DX.
  CCIfType<[i8] , CCAssignToReg<[AL]>>,
  CCIfType<[i16], CCAssignToReg<[AX]>>,
  CCIfType<[i32], CCAssignToReg<[EAX, EDX]>>,
  CCIfType<[i64], CCAssignToReg<[RAX, RDX]>>,
  
  // Vector types are always returned in XMM0.  If the target doesn't have XMM0,
  // it won't have vector types.
  CCIfType<[v16i8, v8i16, v4i32, v2i64, v4f32, v2f64], CCAssignToReg<[XMM0]>>,

  // MMX vector types are always returned in MM0. If the target doesn't have
  // MM0, it doesn't support these vector types.
  CCIfType<[v8i8, v4i16, v2i32, v1i64], CCAssignToReg<[MM0]>>
]>;

// X86-32 C return-value convention.
def RetCC_X86_32_C : CallingConv<[
  // The X86-32 calling convention returns FP values in ST0, otherwise it is the
  // same as the common X86 calling conv.
  CCIfType<[f32], CCAssignToReg<[ST0]>>,
  CCIfType<[f64], CCAssignToReg<[ST0]>>,
  CCDelegateTo<RetCC_X86Common>
]>;

// X86-32 FastCC return-value convention.
def RetCC_X86_32_Fast : CallingConv<[
  // The X86-32 fastcc returns FP values in XMM0 if the target has SSE2,
  // otherwise it is the the C calling conventions.
  CCIfType<[f32], CCIfSubtarget<"hasSSE2()", CCAssignToReg<[XMM0]>>>,
  CCIfType<[f64], CCIfSubtarget<"hasSSE2()", CCAssignToReg<[XMM0]>>>,
  CCDelegateTo<RetCC_X86Common>
]>;

// X86-64 C return-value convention.
def RetCC_X86_64_C : CallingConv<[
  // The X86-64 calling convention always returns FP values in XMM0.
  CCIfType<[f32], CCAssignToReg<[XMM0]>>,
  CCIfType<[f64], CCAssignToReg<[XMM0]>>,
  CCDelegateTo<RetCC_X86Common>
]>;



// This is the root return-value convention for the X86-32 backend.
def RetCC_X86_32 : CallingConv<[
  // If FastCC, use RetCC_X86_32_Fast.
  CCIfCC<"CallingConv::Fast", CCDelegateTo<RetCC_X86_32_Fast>>,
  // Otherwise, use RetCC_X86_32_C.
  CCDelegateTo<RetCC_X86_32_C>
]>;

// This is the root return-value convention for the X86-64 backend.
def RetCC_X86_64 : CallingConv<[
  // Always just the same as C calling conv for X86-64.
  CCDelegateTo<RetCC_X86_64_C>
]>;

// This is the return-value convention used for the entire X86 backend.
def RetCC_X86 : CallingConv<[
  CCIfSubtarget<"is64Bit()", CCDelegateTo<RetCC_X86_64>>,
  CCDelegateTo<RetCC_X86_32>
]>;

//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// X86-64 Argument Calling Conventions
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//

def CC_X86_64_C : CallingConv<[
  // Promote i8/i16 arguments to i32.
  CCIfType<[i8, i16], CCPromoteToType<i32>>,
  
  // The first 6 integer arguments are passed in integer registers.
  CCIfType<[i32], CCAssignToReg<[EDI, ESI, EDX, ECX, R8D, R9D]>>,
  CCIfType<[i64], CCAssignToReg<[RDI, RSI, RDX, RCX, R8 , R9 ]>>,
  
  // The first 8 FP/Vector arguments are passed in XMM registers.
  CCIfType<[f32, f64, v16i8, v8i16, v4i32, v2i64, v4f32, v2f64],
              CCAssignToReg<[XMM0, XMM1, XMM2, XMM3, XMM4, XMM5, XMM6, XMM7]>>,

  // The first 8 MMX vector arguments are passed in GPRs.
  CCIfType<[v8i8, v4i16, v2i32, v1i64],
              CCAssignToReg<[RDI, RSI, RDX, RCX, R8 , R9 ]>>,

  // Integer/FP values get stored in stack slots that are 8 bytes in size and
  // 8-byte aligned if there are no more registers to hold them.
  CCIfType<[i32, i64, f32, f64], CCAssignToStack<8, 8>>,
  
  // Vectors get 16-byte stack slots that are 16-byte aligned.
  CCIfType<[v16i8, v8i16, v4i32, v2i64, v4f32, v2f64], CCAssignToStack<16, 16>>,

  // __m64 vectors get 8-byte stack slots that are 8-byte aligned.
  CCIfType<[v8i8, v4i16, v2i32, v1i64], CCAssignToStack<8, 8>>
]>;


//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
// X86 C Calling Convention
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//

/// CC_X86_32_Common - In all X86-32 calling conventions, extra integers and FP
/// values are spilled on the stack, and the first 4 vector values go in XMM
/// regs.
def CC_X86_32_Common : CallingConv<[
  // Integer/Float values get stored in stack slots that are 4 bytes in
  // size and 4-byte aligned.
  CCIfType<[i32, f32], CCAssignToStack<4, 4>>,
  
  // Doubles get 8-byte slots that are 4-byte aligned.
  CCIfType<[f64], CCAssignToStack<8, 4>>,
  
  // The first 4 vector arguments are passed in XMM registers.
  CCIfType<[v16i8, v8i16, v4i32, v2i64, v4f32, v2f64],
              CCAssignToReg<[XMM0, XMM1, XMM2, XMM3]>>,

  // Other vectors get 16-byte stack slots that are 16-byte aligned.
  CCIfType<[v16i8, v8i16, v4i32, v2i64, v4f32, v2f64], CCAssignToStack<16, 16>>,

  // __m64 vectors get 8-byte stack slots that are 8-byte aligned. They are
  // passed in the parameter area.
  CCIfType<[v8i8, v4i16, v2i32, v1i64], CCAssignToStack<8, 8>>
]>;

def CC_X86_32_C : CallingConv<[
  // Promote i8/i16 arguments to i32.
  CCIfType<[i8, i16], CCPromoteToType<i32>>,
  
  // The first 3 integer arguments, if marked 'inreg', are passed in integer
  // registers.
  CCIfInReg<CCIfType<[i32], CCAssignToReg<[EAX, EDX, ECX]>>>,
  
  // Otherwise, same as everything else.
  CCDelegateTo<CC_X86_32_Common>
]>;


def CC_X86_32_FastCall : CallingConv<[
  // Promote i8/i16 arguments to i32.
  CCIfType<[i8, i16], CCPromoteToType<i32>>,
  
  // The first 2 integer arguments are passed in ECX/EDX
  CCIfType<[i32], CCAssignToReg<[ECX, EDX]>>,
  
  // Otherwise, same as everything else.
  CCDelegateTo<CC_X86_32_Common>
]>;