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# RUN: llc -mtriple=aarch64-apple-ios -run-pass=simple-register-coalescing %s -o - | FileCheck %s
--- |
  define void @func0() { ret void }
  define void @func1() { ret void }
  define void @func2() { ret void }
...
---
# Check coalescing of COPYs from reserved physregs.
# CHECK-LABEL: name: func0
name: func0
registers:
 - { id: 0, class: gpr32 }
 - { id: 1, class: gpr64 }
 - { id: 2, class: gpr64 }
 - { id: 3, class: gpr32 }
 - { id: 4, class: gpr64 }
 - { id: 5, class: gpr32 }
 - { id: 6, class: xseqpairsclass }
 - { id: 7, class: gpr64 }
 - { id: 8, class: gpr64sp }
 - { id: 9, class: gpr64sp }
body: |
  bb.0:
    ; We usually should not coalesce copies from allocatable physregs.
    ; CHECK: %0 = COPY %w7
    ; CHECK: STRWui %0, %x1, 0
    %0 = COPY %w7
    STRWui %0, %x1, 0

    ; It is fine to coalesce copies from reserved physregs
    ; CHECK-NOT: COPY
    ; CHECK: STRXui %fp, %x1, 0
    %1 = COPY %fp
    STRXui %1, %x1, 0

    ; It is not fine to coalesce copies from reserved physregs when they are
    ; clobbered.
    ; CHECK: %2 = COPY %fp
    ; CHECK: STRXui %2, %x1, 0
    %2 = COPY %fp
    %fp = SUBXri %fp, 4, 0
    STRXui %2, %x1, 0

    ; Is is fine to coalesce copies from constant physregs even when they are
    ; clobbered.
    ; CHECK-NOT: COPY
    ; CHECK: STRWui %wzr, %x1
    %3 = COPY %wzr
    dead %wzr = SUBSWri %w1, 0, 0, implicit-def %nzcv
    STRWui %3, %x1, 0

    ; Is is fine to coalesce copies from constant physregs even when they are
    ; clobbered.
    ; CHECK-NOT: COPY
    ; CHECK: STRXui %xzr, %x1
    %4 = COPY %xzr
    dead %wzr = SUBSWri %w1, 0, 0, implicit-def %nzcv
    STRXui %4, %x1, 0

    ; Coalescing COPYs into constant physregs.
    ; CHECK: %wzr = SUBSWri %w1, 0, 0
    %5 = SUBSWri %w1, 0, 0, implicit-def %nzcv
    %wzr = COPY %5

    ; Only coalesce when the source register is reserved as a whole (this is
    ; a limitation of the current code which cannot update liveness information
    ; of the non-reserved part).
    ; CHECK: %6 = COPY %x28_fp
    ; CHECK: HINT 0, implicit %6
    %6 = COPY %x28_fp
    HINT 0, implicit %6

    ; This can be coalesced.
    ; CHECK: %fp = SUBXri %fp, 4, 0
    %8 = SUBXri %fp, 4, 0
    %fp = COPY %8

    ; Cannot coalesce when there are reads of the physreg.
    ; CHECK-NOT: %fp = SUBXri %fp, 8, 0
    ; CHECK: %9 = SUBXri %fp, 8, 0
    ; CHECK: STRXui %fp, %fp, 0
    ; CHECK: %fp = COPY %9
    %9 = SUBXri %fp, 8, 0
    STRXui %fp, %fp, 0
    %fp = COPY %9
...
---
# Check coalescing of COPYs from reserved physregs.
# CHECK-LABEL: name: func1
name: func1
registers:
 - { id: 0, class: gpr64sp }
body: |
  bb.0:
    successors: %bb.1, %bb.2
    ; Cannot coalesce physreg because we have reads on other CFG paths (we
    ; currently abort for any control flow)
    ; CHECK-NOT: %fp = SUBXri
    ; CHECK: %0 = SUBXri %fp, 12, 0
    ; CHECK: CBZX undef %x0, %bb.1
    ; CHECK: B %bb.2
    %0 = SUBXri %fp, 12, 0
    CBZX undef %x0, %bb.1
    B %bb.2

  bb.1:
    %fp = COPY %0
    RET_ReallyLR

  bb.2:
    STRXui %fp, %fp, 0
    RET_ReallyLR
...
---
# CHECK-LABEL: name: func2
name: func2
registers:
  - { id: 0, class: gpr64sp }
body: |
  bb.0:
    successors: %bb.1, %bb.2
    ; We can coalesce copies from physreg to vreg across multiple blocks.
    ; CHECK-NOT: COPY
    ; CHECK: CBZX undef %x0, %bb.1
    ; CHECK-NEXT: B %bb.2
    %0 = COPY %fp
    CBZX undef %x0, %bb.1
    B %bb.2

  bb.1:
    ; CHECK: STRXui undef %x0, %fp, 0
    ; CHECK-NEXT: RET_ReallyLR
    STRXui undef %x0, %0, 0
    RET_ReallyLR

  bb.2:
    RET_ReallyLR
...