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//===-- llvm/Target/SubtargetFeature.h - CPU characteristics ----*- C++ -*-===//
//                     The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
// This file is distributed under the University of Illinois Open Source
// License. See LICENSE.TXT for details.
// This file defines and manages user or tool specified CPU characteristics.
// The intent is to be able to package specific features that should or should
// not be used on a specific target processor.  A tool, such as llc, could, as
// as example, gather chip info from the command line, a long with features
// that should be used on that chip.


#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include <iosfwd>
#include <cstring>
#include "llvm/Support/DataTypes.h"

namespace llvm {

/// SubtargetFeatureKV - Used to provide key value pairs for feature and
/// CPU bit flags.
struct SubtargetFeatureKV {
  const char *Key;                      // K-V key string
  const char *Desc;                     // Help descriptor
  uint32_t Value;                       // K-V integer value
  uint32_t Implies;                     // K-V bit mask
  // Compare routine for std binary search
  bool operator<(const SubtargetFeatureKV &S) const {
    return strcmp(Key, S.Key) < 0;
/// SubtargetInfoKV - Used to provide key value pairs for CPU and arbitrary
/// pointers.
struct SubtargetInfoKV {
  const char *Key;                      // K-V key string
  void *Value;                          // K-V pointer value
  // Compare routine for std binary search
  bool operator<(const SubtargetInfoKV &S) const {
    return strcmp(Key, S.Key) < 0;
/// SubtargetFeatures - Manages the enabling and disabling of subtarget 
/// specific features.  Features are encoded as a string of the form
///   "cpu,+attr1,+attr2,-attr3,...,+attrN"
/// A comma separates each feature from the next (all lowercase.)
/// The first feature is always the CPU subtype (eg. pentiumm).  If the CPU
/// value is "generic" then the CPU subtype should be generic for the target.
/// Each of the remaining features is prefixed with + or - indicating whether
/// that feature should be enabled or disabled contrary to the cpu
/// specification.

class SubtargetFeatures {
  std::vector<std::string> Features;    // Subtarget features as a vector
  explicit SubtargetFeatures(const std::string &Initial = std::string());

  /// Features string accessors.
  std::string getString() const;
  void setString(const std::string &Initial);

  /// Set the CPU string.  Replaces previous setting.  Setting to "" clears CPU.
  void setCPU(const std::string &String);

  /// Setting CPU string only if no string is set.
  void setCPUIfNone(const std::string &String);

  /// Returns current CPU string.
  const std::string & getCPU() const;

  /// Adding Features.
  void AddFeature(const std::string &String, bool IsEnabled = true);
  /// Get feature bits.
  uint32_t getBits(const SubtargetFeatureKV *CPUTable,
                         size_t CPUTableSize,
                   const SubtargetFeatureKV *FeatureTable,
                         size_t FeatureTableSize);
  /// Get info pointer
  void *getInfo(const SubtargetInfoKV *Table, size_t TableSize);
  /// Print feature string.
  void print(std::ostream &OS) const;
  void print(std::ostream *OS) const { if (OS) print(*OS); }
  // Dump feature info.
  void dump() const;

} // End namespace llvm