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// Copyright (c) 2016 Google Inc.
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#include <memory>
#include <string>
#include <unordered_map>
#include <vector>
#include "libspirv.hpp"
namespace spvtools {
// C++ interface for SPIR-V optimization functionalities. It wraps the context
// (including target environment and the corresponding SPIR-V grammar) and
// provides methods for registering optimization passes and optimizing.
// Instances of this class provides basic thread-safety guarantee.
class Optimizer {
// The token for an optimization pass. It is returned via one of the
// Create*Pass() standalone functions at the end of this header file and
// consumed by the RegisterPass() method. Tokens are one-time objects that
// only support move; copying is not allowed.
struct PassToken {
struct Impl; // Opaque struct for holding inernal data.
// Tokens can only be moved. Copying is disabled.
PassToken(const PassToken&) = delete;
PassToken& operator=(const PassToken&) = delete;
PassToken& operator=(PassToken&&);
std::unique_ptr<Impl> impl_; // Unique pointer to internal data.
// Constructs an instance with the given target |env|, which is used to decode
// the binaries to be optimized later.
// The constructed instance will have an empty message consumer, which just
// ignores all messages from the library. Use SetMessageConsumer() to supply
// one if messages are of concern.
explicit Optimizer(spv_target_env env);
// Disables copy/move constructor/assignment operations.
Optimizer(const Optimizer&) = delete;
Optimizer(Optimizer&&) = delete;
Optimizer& operator=(const Optimizer&) = delete;
Optimizer& operator=(Optimizer&&) = delete;
// Destructs this instance.
// Sets the message consumer to the given |consumer|. The |consumer| will be
// invoked once for each message communicated from the library.
void SetMessageConsumer(MessageConsumer consumer);
// Registers the given |pass| to this optimizer. Passes will be run in the
// exact order of registration. The token passed in will be consumed by this
// method.
Optimizer& RegisterPass(PassToken&& pass);
// Optimizes the given SPIR-V module |original_binary| and writes the
// optimized binary into |optimized_binary|.
// Returns true on successful optimization, whether or not the module is
// modified. Returns false if errors occur when processing |original_binary|
// using any of the registered passes. In that case, no further passes are
// excuted and the contents in |optimized_binary| may be invalid.
// It's allowed to alias |original_binary| to the start of |optimized_binary|.
bool Run(const uint32_t* original_binary, size_t original_binary_size,
std::vector<uint32_t>* optimized_binary) const;
struct Impl; // Opaque struct for holding internal data.
std::unique_ptr<Impl> impl_; // Unique pointer to internal data.
// Creates a null pass.
// A null pass does nothing to the SPIR-V module to be optimized.
Optimizer::PassToken CreateNullPass();
// Creates a strip-debug-info pass.
// A strip-debug-info pass removes all debug instructions (as documented in
// Section 3.32.2 of the SPIR-V spec) of the SPIR-V module to be optimized.
Optimizer::PassToken CreateStripDebugInfoPass();
// Creates a set-spec-constant-default-value pass.
// A set-spec-constant-default-value pass sets the default values for the
// spec constants that have SpecId decorations (i.e., those defined by
// OpSpecConstant{|True|False} instructions).
Optimizer::PassToken CreateSetSpecConstantDefaultValuePass(
const std::unordered_map<uint32_t, std::string>& id_value_map);
// Creates a freeze-spec-constant-value pass.
// A freeze-spec-constant pass specializes the value of spec constants to
// their default values. This pass only processes the spec constants that have
// SpecId decorations (defined by OpSpecConstant, OpSpecConstantTrue, or
// OpSpecConstantFalse instructions) and replaces them with their normal
// counterparts (OpConstant, OpConstantTrue, or OpConstantFalse). The
// corresponding SpecId annotation instructions will also be removed. This
// pass does not fold the newly added normal constants and does not process
// other spec constants defined by OpSpecConstantComposite or
// OpSpecConstantOp.
Optimizer::PassToken CreateFreezeSpecConstantValuePass();
// Creates a fold-spec-constant-op-and-composite pass.
// A fold-spec-constant-op-and-composite pass folds spec constants defined by
// OpSpecConstantOp or OpSpecConstantComposite instruction, to normal Constants
// defined by OpConstantTrue, OpConstantFalse, OpConstant, OpConstantNull, or
// OpConstantComposite instructions. Note that spec constants defined with
// OpSpecConstant, OpSpecConstantTrue, or OpSpecConstantFalse instructions are
// not handled, as these instructions indicate their value are not determined
// and can be changed in future. A spec constant is foldable if all of its
// value(s) can be determined from the module. E.g., an integer spec constant
// defined with OpSpecConstantOp instruction can be folded if its value won't
// change later. This pass will replace the original OpSpecContantOp instruction
// with an OpConstant instruction. When folding composite spec constants,
// new instructions may be inserted to define the components of the composite
// constant first, then the original spec constants will be replaced by
// OpConstantComposite instructions.
// There are some operations not supported yet:
// OpSConvert, OpFConvert, OpQuantizeToF16 and
// all the operations under Kernel capability.
// TODO(qining): Add support for the operations listed above.
Optimizer::PassToken CreateFoldSpecConstantOpAndCompositePass();
// Creates a unify-constant pass.
// A unify-constant pass de-duplicates the constants. Constants with the exact
// same value and identical form will be unified and only one constant will
// be kept for each unique pair of type and value.
// There are several cases not handled by this pass:
// 1) Constants defined by OpConstantNull instructions (null constants) and
// constants defined by OpConstantFalse, OpConstant or OpConstantComposite
// with value 0 (zero-valued normal constants) are not considered equivalent.
// So null constants won't be used to replace zero-valued normal constants,
// vice versa.
// 2) Whenever there are decorations to the constant's result id id, the
// constant won't be handled, which means, it won't be used to replace any
// other constants, neither can other constants replace it.
// 3) NaN in float point format with different bit patterns are not unified.
Optimizer::PassToken CreateUnifyConstantPass();
// Creates a eliminate-dead-constant pass.
// A eliminate-dead-constant pass removes dead constants, including normal
// contants defined by OpConstant, OpConstantComposite, OpConstantTrue, or
// OpConstantFalse and spec constants defined by OpSpecConstant,
// OpSpecConstantComposite, OpSpecConstantTrue, OpSpecConstantFalse or
// OpSpecConstantOp.
Optimizer::PassToken CreateEliminateDeadConstantPass();
} // namespace spvtools