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//===--- Tools.cpp - Tools Implementations ----------------------*- C++ -*-===//
//
// The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
//
// This file is distributed under the University of Illinois Open Source
// License. See LICENSE.TXT for details.
//
//===----------------------------------------------------------------------===//
#include "Tools.h"
#include "InputInfo.h"
#include "ToolChains.h"
#include "clang/Basic/CharInfo.h"
#include "clang/Basic/LangOptions.h"
#include "clang/Basic/ObjCRuntime.h"
#include "clang/Basic/Version.h"
#include "clang/Config/config.h"
#include "clang/Driver/Action.h"
#include "clang/Driver/Compilation.h"
#include "clang/Driver/Driver.h"
#include "clang/Driver/DriverDiagnostic.h"
#include "clang/Driver/Job.h"
#include "clang/Driver/Options.h"
#include "clang/Driver/SanitizerArgs.h"
#include "clang/Driver/ToolChain.h"
#include "clang/Driver/Util.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/STLExtras.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/SmallString.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/StringExtras.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/StringSwitch.h"
#include "llvm/ADT/Twine.h"
#include "llvm/Option/Arg.h"
#include "llvm/Option/ArgList.h"
#include "llvm/Option/Option.h"
#include "llvm/Support/CodeGen.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Compression.h"
#include "llvm/Support/ErrorHandling.h"
#include "llvm/Support/FileSystem.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Host.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Path.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Process.h"
#include "llvm/Support/Program.h"
#include "llvm/Support/ScopedPrinter.h"
#include "llvm/Support/TargetParser.h"
#include "llvm/Support/YAMLParser.h"
#ifdef LLVM_ON_UNIX
#include <unistd.h> // For getuid().
#endif
using namespace clang::driver;
using namespace clang::driver::tools;
using namespace clang;
using namespace llvm::opt;
static void handleTargetFeaturesGroup(const ArgList &Args,
std::vector<StringRef> &Features,
OptSpecifier Group) {
for (const Arg *A : Args.filtered(Group)) {
StringRef Name = A->getOption().getName();
A->claim();
// Skip over "-m".
assert(Name.startswith("m") && "Invalid feature name.");
Name = Name.substr(1);
bool IsNegative = Name.startswith("no-");
if (IsNegative)
Name = Name.substr(3);
Features.push_back(Args.MakeArgString((IsNegative ? "-" : "+") + Name));
}
}
static const char *getSparcAsmModeForCPU(StringRef Name,
const llvm::Triple &Triple) {
if (Triple.getArch() == llvm::Triple::sparcv9) {
return llvm::StringSwitch<const char *>(Name)
.Case("niagara", "-Av9b")
.Case("niagara2", "-Av9b")
.Case("niagara3", "-Av9d")
.Case("niagara4", "-Av9d")
.Default("-Av9");
} else {
return llvm::StringSwitch<const char *>(Name)
.Case("v8", "-Av8")
.Case("supersparc", "-Av8")
.Case("sparclite", "-Asparclite")
.Case("f934", "-Asparclite")
.Case("hypersparc", "-Av8")
.Case("sparclite86x", "-Asparclite")
.Case("sparclet", "-Asparclet")
.Case("tsc701", "-Asparclet")
.Case("v9", "-Av8plus")
.Case("ultrasparc", "-Av8plus")
.Case("ultrasparc3", "-Av8plus")
.Case("niagara", "-Av8plusb")
.Case("niagara2", "-Av8plusb")
.Case("niagara3", "-Av8plusd")
.Case("niagara4", "-Av8plusd")
.Case("leon2", "-Av8")
.Case("at697e", "-Av8")
.Case("at697f", "-Av8")
.Case("leon3", "-Av8")
.Case("ut699", "-Av8")
.Case("gr712rc", "-Av8")
.Case("leon4", "-Av8")
.Case("gr740", "-Av8")
.Default("-Av8");
}
}
static void CheckPreprocessingOptions(const Driver &D, const ArgList &Args) {
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_C, options::OPT_CC)) {
if (!Args.hasArg(options::OPT_E) && !Args.hasArg(options::OPT__SLASH_P) &&
!Args.hasArg(options::OPT__SLASH_EP) && !D.CCCIsCPP()) {
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_argument_only_allowed_with)
<< A->getBaseArg().getAsString(Args)
<< (D.IsCLMode() ? "/E, /P or /EP" : "-E");
}
}
}
static void CheckCodeGenerationOptions(const Driver &D, const ArgList &Args) {
// In gcc, only ARM checks this, but it seems reasonable to check universally.
if (Args.hasArg(options::OPT_static))
if (const Arg *A =
Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_dynamic, options::OPT_mdynamic_no_pic))
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_argument_not_allowed_with) << A->getAsString(Args)
<< "-static";
}
// Add backslashes to escape spaces and other backslashes.
// This is used for the space-separated argument list specified with
// the -dwarf-debug-flags option.
static void EscapeSpacesAndBackslashes(const char *Arg,
SmallVectorImpl<char> &Res) {
for (; *Arg; ++Arg) {
switch (*Arg) {
default:
break;
case ' ':
case '\\':
Res.push_back('\\');
break;
}
Res.push_back(*Arg);
}
}
// Quote target names for inclusion in GNU Make dependency files.
// Only the characters '$', '#', ' ', '\t' are quoted.
static void QuoteTarget(StringRef Target, SmallVectorImpl<char> &Res) {
for (unsigned i = 0, e = Target.size(); i != e; ++i) {
switch (Target[i]) {
case ' ':
case '\t':
// Escape the preceding backslashes
for (int j = i - 1; j >= 0 && Target[j] == '\\'; --j)
Res.push_back('\\');
// Escape the space/tab
Res.push_back('\\');
break;
case '$':
Res.push_back('$');
break;
case '#':
Res.push_back('\\');
break;
default:
break;
}
Res.push_back(Target[i]);
}
}
static void addDirectoryList(const ArgList &Args, ArgStringList &CmdArgs,
const char *ArgName, const char *EnvVar) {
const char *DirList = ::getenv(EnvVar);
bool CombinedArg = false;
if (!DirList)
return; // Nothing to do.
StringRef Name(ArgName);
if (Name.equals("-I") || Name.equals("-L"))
CombinedArg = true;
StringRef Dirs(DirList);
if (Dirs.empty()) // Empty string should not add '.'.
return;
StringRef::size_type Delim;
while ((Delim = Dirs.find(llvm::sys::EnvPathSeparator)) != StringRef::npos) {
if (Delim == 0) { // Leading colon.
if (CombinedArg) {
CmdArgs.push_back(Args.MakeArgString(std::string(ArgName) + "."));
} else {
CmdArgs.push_back(ArgName);
CmdArgs.push_back(".");
}
} else {
if (CombinedArg) {
CmdArgs.push_back(
Args.MakeArgString(std::string(ArgName) + Dirs.substr(0, Delim)));
} else {
CmdArgs.push_back(ArgName);
CmdArgs.push_back(Args.MakeArgString(Dirs.substr(0, Delim)));
}
}
Dirs = Dirs.substr(Delim + 1);
}
if (Dirs.empty()) { // Trailing colon.
if (CombinedArg) {
CmdArgs.push_back(Args.MakeArgString(std::string(ArgName) + "."));
} else {
CmdArgs.push_back(ArgName);
CmdArgs.push_back(".");
}
} else { // Add the last path.
if (CombinedArg) {
CmdArgs.push_back(Args.MakeArgString(std::string(ArgName) + Dirs));
} else {
CmdArgs.push_back(ArgName);
CmdArgs.push_back(Args.MakeArgString(Dirs));
}
}
}
static void AddLinkerInputs(const ToolChain &TC, const InputInfoList &Inputs,
const ArgList &Args, ArgStringList &CmdArgs,
const JobAction &JA) {
const Driver &D = TC.getDriver();
// Add extra linker input arguments which are not treated as inputs
// (constructed via -Xarch_).
Args.AddAllArgValues(CmdArgs, options::OPT_Zlinker_input);
for (const auto &II : Inputs) {
// If the current tool chain refers to an OpenMP offloading host, we should
// ignore inputs that refer to OpenMP offloading devices - they will be
// embedded according to a proper linker script.
if (auto *IA = II.getAction())
if (JA.isHostOffloading(Action::OFK_OpenMP) &&
IA->isDeviceOffloading(Action::OFK_OpenMP))
continue;
if (!TC.HasNativeLLVMSupport() && types::isLLVMIR(II.getType()))
// Don't try to pass LLVM inputs unless we have native support.
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_no_linker_llvm_support) << TC.getTripleString();
// Add filenames immediately.
if (II.isFilename()) {
CmdArgs.push_back(II.getFilename());
continue;
}
// Otherwise, this is a linker input argument.
const Arg &A = II.getInputArg();
// Handle reserved library options.
if (A.getOption().matches(options::OPT_Z_reserved_lib_stdcxx))
TC.AddCXXStdlibLibArgs(Args, CmdArgs);
else if (A.getOption().matches(options::OPT_Z_reserved_lib_cckext))
TC.AddCCKextLibArgs(Args, CmdArgs);
else if (A.getOption().matches(options::OPT_z)) {
// Pass -z prefix for gcc linker compatibility.
A.claim();
A.render(Args, CmdArgs);
} else {
A.renderAsInput(Args, CmdArgs);
}
}
// LIBRARY_PATH - included following the user specified library paths.
// and only supported on native toolchains.
if (!TC.isCrossCompiling())
addDirectoryList(Args, CmdArgs, "-L", "LIBRARY_PATH");
}
/// Add OpenMP linker script arguments at the end of the argument list so that
/// the fat binary is built by embedding each of the device images into the
/// host. The linker script also defines a few symbols required by the code
/// generation so that the images can be easily retrieved at runtime by the
/// offloading library. This should be used only in tool chains that support
/// linker scripts.
static void AddOpenMPLinkerScript(const ToolChain &TC, Compilation &C,
const InputInfo &Output,
const InputInfoList &Inputs,
const ArgList &Args, ArgStringList &CmdArgs,
const JobAction &JA) {
// If this is not an OpenMP host toolchain, we don't need to do anything.
if (!JA.isHostOffloading(Action::OFK_OpenMP))
return;
// Create temporary linker script. Keep it if save-temps is enabled.
const char *LKS;
SmallString<256> Name = llvm::sys::path::filename(Output.getFilename());
if (C.getDriver().isSaveTempsEnabled()) {
llvm::sys::path::replace_extension(Name, "lk");
LKS = C.getArgs().MakeArgString(Name.c_str());
} else {
llvm::sys::path::replace_extension(Name, "");
Name = C.getDriver().GetTemporaryPath(Name, "lk");
LKS = C.addTempFile(C.getArgs().MakeArgString(Name.c_str()));
}
// Add linker script option to the command.
CmdArgs.push_back("-T");
CmdArgs.push_back(LKS);
// Create a buffer to write the contents of the linker script.
std::string LksBuffer;
llvm::raw_string_ostream LksStream(LksBuffer);
// Get the OpenMP offload tool chains so that we can extract the triple
// associated with each device input.
auto OpenMPToolChains = C.getOffloadToolChains<Action::OFK_OpenMP>();
assert(OpenMPToolChains.first != OpenMPToolChains.second &&
"No OpenMP toolchains??");
// Track the input file name and device triple in order to build the script,
// inserting binaries in the designated sections.
SmallVector<std::pair<std::string, const char *>, 8> InputBinaryInfo;
// Add commands to embed target binaries. We ensure that each section and
// image is 16-byte aligned. This is not mandatory, but increases the
// likelihood of data to be aligned with a cache block in several main host
// machines.
LksStream << "/*\n";
LksStream << " OpenMP Offload Linker Script\n";
LksStream << " *** Automatically generated by Clang ***\n";
LksStream << "*/\n";
LksStream << "TARGET(binary)\n";
auto DTC = OpenMPToolChains.first;
for (auto &II : Inputs) {
const Action *A = II.getAction();
// Is this a device linking action?
if (A && isa<LinkJobAction>(A) &&
A->isDeviceOffloading(Action::OFK_OpenMP)) {
assert(DTC != OpenMPToolChains.second &&
"More device inputs than device toolchains??");
InputBinaryInfo.push_back(std::make_pair(
DTC->second->getTriple().normalize(), II.getFilename()));
++DTC;
LksStream << "INPUT(" << II.getFilename() << ")\n";
}
}
assert(DTC == OpenMPToolChains.second &&
"Less device inputs than device toolchains??");
LksStream << "SECTIONS\n";
LksStream << "{\n";
LksStream << " .omp_offloading :\n";
LksStream << " ALIGN(0x10)\n";
LksStream << " {\n";
for (auto &BI : InputBinaryInfo) {
LksStream << " . = ALIGN(0x10);\n";
LksStream << " PROVIDE_HIDDEN(.omp_offloading.img_start." << BI.first
<< " = .);\n";
LksStream << " " << BI.second << "\n";
LksStream << " PROVIDE_HIDDEN(.omp_offloading.img_end." << BI.first
<< " = .);\n";
}
LksStream << " }\n";
// Add commands to define host entries begin and end. We use 1-byte subalign
// so that the linker does not add any padding and the elements in this
// section form an array.
LksStream << " .omp_offloading.entries :\n";
LksStream << " ALIGN(0x10)\n";
LksStream << " SUBALIGN(0x01)\n";
LksStream << " {\n";
LksStream << " PROVIDE_HIDDEN(.omp_offloading.entries_begin = .);\n";
LksStream << " *(.omp_offloading.entries)\n";
LksStream << " PROVIDE_HIDDEN(.omp_offloading.entries_end = .);\n";
LksStream << " }\n";
LksStream << "}\n";
LksStream << "INSERT BEFORE .data\n";
LksStream.flush();
// Dump the contents of the linker script if the user requested that. We
// support this option to enable testing of behavior with -###.
if (C.getArgs().hasArg(options::OPT_fopenmp_dump_offload_linker_script))
llvm::errs() << LksBuffer;
// If this is a dry run, do not create the linker script file.
if (C.getArgs().hasArg(options::OPT__HASH_HASH_HASH))
return;
// Open script file and write the contents.
std::error_code EC;
llvm::raw_fd_ostream Lksf(LKS, EC, llvm::sys::fs::F_None);
if (EC) {
C.getDriver().Diag(clang::diag::err_unable_to_make_temp) << EC.message();
return;
}
Lksf << LksBuffer;
}
/// \brief Determine whether Objective-C automated reference counting is
/// enabled.
static bool isObjCAutoRefCount(const ArgList &Args) {
return Args.hasFlag(options::OPT_fobjc_arc, options::OPT_fno_objc_arc, false);
}
/// \brief Determine whether we are linking the ObjC runtime.
static bool isObjCRuntimeLinked(const ArgList &Args) {
if (isObjCAutoRefCount(Args)) {
Args.ClaimAllArgs(options::OPT_fobjc_link_runtime);
return true;
}
return Args.hasArg(options::OPT_fobjc_link_runtime);
}
static bool forwardToGCC(const Option &O) {
// Don't forward inputs from the original command line. They are added from
// InputInfoList.
return O.getKind() != Option::InputClass &&
!O.hasFlag(options::DriverOption) && !O.hasFlag(options::LinkerInput);
}
/// Apply \a Work on the current tool chain \a RegularToolChain and any other
/// offloading tool chain that is associated with the current action \a JA.
static void
forAllAssociatedToolChains(Compilation &C, const JobAction &JA,
const ToolChain &RegularToolChain,
llvm::function_ref<void(const ToolChain &)> Work) {
// Apply Work on the current/regular tool chain.
Work(RegularToolChain);
// Apply Work on all the offloading tool chains associated with the current
// action.
if (JA.isHostOffloading(Action::OFK_Cuda))
Work(*C.getSingleOffloadToolChain<Action::OFK_Cuda>());
else if (JA.isDeviceOffloading(Action::OFK_Cuda))
Work(*C.getSingleOffloadToolChain<Action::OFK_Host>());
//
// TODO: Add support for other offloading programming models here.
//
}
void Clang::AddPreprocessingOptions(Compilation &C, const JobAction &JA,
const Driver &D, const ArgList &Args,
ArgStringList &CmdArgs,
const InputInfo &Output,
const InputInfoList &Inputs) const {
Arg *A;
const bool IsIAMCU = getToolChain().getTriple().isOSIAMCU();
CheckPreprocessingOptions(D, Args);
Args.AddLastArg(CmdArgs, options::OPT_C);
Args.AddLastArg(CmdArgs, options::OPT_CC);
// Handle dependency file generation.
if ((A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_M, options::OPT_MM)) ||
(A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_MD)) ||
(A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_MMD))) {
// Determine the output location.
const char *DepFile;
if (Arg *MF = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_MF)) {
DepFile = MF->getValue();
C.addFailureResultFile(DepFile, &JA);
} else if (Output.getType() == types::TY_Dependencies) {
DepFile = Output.getFilename();
} else if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_M) ||
A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_MM)) {
DepFile = "-";
} else {
DepFile = getDependencyFileName(Args, Inputs);
C.addFailureResultFile(DepFile, &JA);
}
CmdArgs.push_back("-dependency-file");
CmdArgs.push_back(DepFile);
// Add a default target if one wasn't specified.
if (!Args.hasArg(options::OPT_MT) && !Args.hasArg(options::OPT_MQ)) {
const char *DepTarget;
// If user provided -o, that is the dependency target, except
// when we are only generating a dependency file.
Arg *OutputOpt = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_o);
if (OutputOpt && Output.getType() != types::TY_Dependencies) {
DepTarget = OutputOpt->getValue();
} else {
// Otherwise derive from the base input.
//
// FIXME: This should use the computed output file location.
SmallString<128> P(Inputs[0].getBaseInput());
llvm::sys::path::replace_extension(P, "o");
DepTarget = Args.MakeArgString(llvm::sys::path::filename(P));
}
CmdArgs.push_back("-MT");
SmallString<128> Quoted;
QuoteTarget(DepTarget, Quoted);
CmdArgs.push_back(Args.MakeArgString(Quoted));
}
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_M) ||
A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_MD))
CmdArgs.push_back("-sys-header-deps");
if ((isa<PrecompileJobAction>(JA) &&
!Args.hasArg(options::OPT_fno_module_file_deps)) ||
Args.hasArg(options::OPT_fmodule_file_deps))
CmdArgs.push_back("-module-file-deps");
}
if (Args.hasArg(options::OPT_MG)) {
if (!A || A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_MD) ||
A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_MMD))
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_mg_requires_m_or_mm);
CmdArgs.push_back("-MG");
}
Args.AddLastArg(CmdArgs, options::OPT_MP);
Args.AddLastArg(CmdArgs, options::OPT_MV);
// Convert all -MQ <target> args to -MT <quoted target>
for (const Arg *A : Args.filtered(options::OPT_MT, options::OPT_MQ)) {
A->claim();
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_MQ)) {
CmdArgs.push_back("-MT");
SmallString<128> Quoted;
QuoteTarget(A->getValue(), Quoted);
CmdArgs.push_back(Args.MakeArgString(Quoted));
// -MT flag - no change
} else {
A->render(Args, CmdArgs);
}
}
// Add offload include arguments specific for CUDA. This must happen before
// we -I or -include anything else, because we must pick up the CUDA headers
// from the particular CUDA installation, rather than from e.g.
// /usr/local/include.
if (JA.isOffloading(Action::OFK_Cuda))
getToolChain().AddCudaIncludeArgs(Args, CmdArgs);
// Add -i* options, and automatically translate to
// -include-pch/-include-pth for transparent PCH support. It's
// wonky, but we include looking for .gch so we can support seamless
// replacement into a build system already set up to be generating
// .gch files.
int YcIndex = -1, YuIndex = -1;
{
int AI = -1;
const Arg *YcArg = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT__SLASH_Yc);
const Arg *YuArg = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT__SLASH_Yu);
for (const Arg *A : Args.filtered(options::OPT_clang_i_Group)) {
// Walk the whole i_Group and skip non "-include" flags so that the index
// here matches the index in the next loop below.
++AI;
if (!A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_include))
continue;
if (YcArg && strcmp(A->getValue(), YcArg->getValue()) == 0)
YcIndex = AI;
if (YuArg && strcmp(A->getValue(), YuArg->getValue()) == 0)
YuIndex = AI;
}
}
if (isa<PrecompileJobAction>(JA) && YcIndex != -1) {
Driver::InputList Inputs;
D.BuildInputs(getToolChain(), C.getArgs(), Inputs);
assert(Inputs.size() == 1 && "Need one input when building pch");
CmdArgs.push_back(Args.MakeArgString(Twine("-find-pch-source=") +
Inputs[0].second->getValue()));
}
bool RenderedImplicitInclude = false;
int AI = -1;
for (const Arg *A : Args.filtered(options::OPT_clang_i_Group)) {
++AI;
if (getToolChain().getDriver().IsCLMode() &&
A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_include)) {
// In clang-cl mode, /Ycfoo.h means that all code up to a foo.h
// include is compiled into foo.h, and everything after goes into
// the .obj file. /Yufoo.h means that all includes prior to and including
// foo.h are completely skipped and replaced with a use of the pch file
// for foo.h. (Each flag can have at most one value, multiple /Yc flags
// just mean that the last one wins.) If /Yc and /Yu are both present
// and refer to the same file, /Yc wins.
// Note that OPT__SLASH_FI gets mapped to OPT_include.
// FIXME: The code here assumes that /Yc and /Yu refer to the same file.
// cl.exe seems to support both flags with different values, but that
// seems strange (which flag does /Fp now refer to?), so don't implement
// that until someone needs it.
int PchIndex = YcIndex != -1 ? YcIndex : YuIndex;
if (PchIndex != -1) {
if (isa<PrecompileJobAction>(JA)) {
// When building the pch, skip all includes after the pch.
assert(YcIndex != -1 && PchIndex == YcIndex);
if (AI >= YcIndex)
continue;
} else {
// When using the pch, skip all includes prior to the pch.
if (AI < PchIndex) {
A->claim();
continue;
}
if (AI == PchIndex) {
A->claim();
CmdArgs.push_back("-include-pch");
CmdArgs.push_back(
Args.MakeArgString(D.GetClPchPath(C, A->getValue())));
continue;
}
}
}
} else if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_include)) {
// Handling of gcc-style gch precompiled headers.
bool IsFirstImplicitInclude = !RenderedImplicitInclude;
RenderedImplicitInclude = true;
// Use PCH if the user requested it.
bool UsePCH = D.CCCUsePCH;
bool FoundPTH = false;
bool FoundPCH = false;
SmallString<128> P(A->getValue());
// We want the files to have a name like foo.h.pch. Add a dummy extension
// so that replace_extension does the right thing.
P += ".dummy";
if (UsePCH) {
llvm::sys::path::replace_extension(P, "pch");
if (llvm::sys::fs::exists(P))
FoundPCH = true;
}
if (!FoundPCH) {
llvm::sys::path::replace_extension(P, "pth");
if (llvm::sys::fs::exists(P))
FoundPTH = true;
}
if (!FoundPCH && !FoundPTH) {
llvm::sys::path::replace_extension(P, "gch");
if (llvm::sys::fs::exists(P)) {
FoundPCH = UsePCH;
FoundPTH = !UsePCH;
}
}
if (FoundPCH || FoundPTH) {
if (IsFirstImplicitInclude) {
A->claim();
if (UsePCH)
CmdArgs.push_back("-include-pch");
else
CmdArgs.push_back("-include-pth");
CmdArgs.push_back(Args.MakeArgString(P));
continue;
} else {
// Ignore the PCH if not first on command line and emit warning.
D.Diag(diag::warn_drv_pch_not_first_include) << P
<< A->getAsString(Args);
}
}
} else if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_isystem_after)) {
// Handling of paths which must come late. These entries are handled by
// the toolchain itself after the resource dir is inserted in the right
// search order.
// Do not claim the argument so that the use of the argument does not
// silently go unnoticed on toolchains which do not honour the option.
continue;
}
// Not translated, render as usual.
A->claim();
A->render(Args, CmdArgs);
}
Args.AddAllArgs(CmdArgs,
{options::OPT_D, options::OPT_U, options::OPT_I_Group,
options::OPT_F, options::OPT_index_header_map});
// Add -Wp, and -Xpreprocessor if using the preprocessor.
// FIXME: There is a very unfortunate problem here, some troubled
// souls abuse -Wp, to pass preprocessor options in gcc syntax. To
// really support that we would have to parse and then translate
// those options. :(
Args.AddAllArgValues(CmdArgs, options::OPT_Wp_COMMA,
options::OPT_Xpreprocessor);
// -I- is a deprecated GCC feature, reject it.
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_I_))
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_I_dash_not_supported) << A->getAsString(Args);
// If we have a --sysroot, and don't have an explicit -isysroot flag, add an
// -isysroot to the CC1 invocation.
StringRef sysroot = C.getSysRoot();
if (sysroot != "") {
if (!Args.hasArg(options::OPT_isysroot)) {
CmdArgs.push_back("-isysroot");
CmdArgs.push_back(C.getArgs().MakeArgString(sysroot));
}
}
// Parse additional include paths from environment variables.
// FIXME: We should probably sink the logic for handling these from the
// frontend into the driver. It will allow deleting 4 otherwise unused flags.
// CPATH - included following the user specified includes (but prior to
// builtin and standard includes).
addDirectoryList(Args, CmdArgs, "-I", "CPATH");
// C_INCLUDE_PATH - system includes enabled when compiling C.
addDirectoryList(Args, CmdArgs, "-c-isystem", "C_INCLUDE_PATH");
// CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH - system includes enabled when compiling C++.
addDirectoryList(Args, CmdArgs, "-cxx-isystem", "CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH");
// OBJC_INCLUDE_PATH - system includes enabled when compiling ObjC.
addDirectoryList(Args, CmdArgs, "-objc-isystem", "OBJC_INCLUDE_PATH");
// OBJCPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH - system includes enabled when compiling ObjC++.
addDirectoryList(Args, CmdArgs, "-objcxx-isystem", "OBJCPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH");
// While adding the include arguments, we also attempt to retrieve the
// arguments of related offloading toolchains or arguments that are specific
// of an offloading programming model.
// Add C++ include arguments, if needed.
if (types::isCXX(Inputs[0].getType()))
forAllAssociatedToolChains(C, JA, getToolChain(),
[&Args, &CmdArgs](const ToolChain &TC) {
TC.AddClangCXXStdlibIncludeArgs(Args, CmdArgs);
});
// Add system include arguments for all targets but IAMCU.
if (!IsIAMCU)
forAllAssociatedToolChains(C, JA, getToolChain(),
[&Args, &CmdArgs](const ToolChain &TC) {
TC.AddClangSystemIncludeArgs(Args, CmdArgs);
});
else {
// For IAMCU add special include arguments.
getToolChain().AddIAMCUIncludeArgs(Args, CmdArgs);
}
}
// FIXME: Move to target hook.
static bool isSignedCharDefault(const llvm::Triple &Triple) {
switch (Triple.getArch()) {
default:
return true;
case llvm::Triple::aarch64:
case llvm::Triple::aarch64_be:
case llvm::Triple::arm:
case llvm::Triple::armeb:
case llvm::Triple::thumb:
case llvm::Triple::thumbeb:
if (Triple.isOSDarwin() || Triple.isOSWindows())
return true;
return false;
case llvm::Triple::ppc:
case llvm::Triple::ppc64:
if (Triple.isOSDarwin())
return true;
return false;
case llvm::Triple::hexagon:
case llvm::Triple::ppc64le:
case llvm::Triple::systemz:
case llvm::Triple::xcore:
return false;
}
}
static bool isNoCommonDefault(const llvm::Triple &Triple) {
switch (Triple.getArch()) {
default:
return false;
case llvm::Triple::xcore:
case llvm::Triple::wasm32:
case llvm::Triple::wasm64:
return true;
}
}
// ARM tools start.
// Get SubArch (vN).
static int getARMSubArchVersionNumber(const llvm::Triple &Triple) {
llvm::StringRef Arch = Triple.getArchName();
return llvm::ARM::parseArchVersion(Arch);
}
// True if M-profile.
static bool isARMMProfile(const llvm::Triple &Triple) {
llvm::StringRef Arch = Triple.getArchName();
unsigned Profile = llvm::ARM::parseArchProfile(Arch);
return Profile == llvm::ARM::PK_M;
}
// Get Arch/CPU from args.
static void getARMArchCPUFromArgs(const ArgList &Args, llvm::StringRef &Arch,
llvm::StringRef &CPU, bool FromAs = false) {
if (const Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mcpu_EQ))
CPU = A->getValue();
if (const Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_march_EQ))
Arch = A->getValue();
if (!FromAs)
return;
for (const Arg *A :
Args.filtered(options::OPT_Wa_COMMA, options::OPT_Xassembler)) {
StringRef Value = A->getValue();
if (Value.startswith("-mcpu="))
CPU = Value.substr(6);
if (Value.startswith("-march="))
Arch = Value.substr(7);
}
}
// Handle -mhwdiv=.
// FIXME: Use ARMTargetParser.
static void getARMHWDivFeatures(const Driver &D, const Arg *A,
const ArgList &Args, StringRef HWDiv,
std::vector<StringRef> &Features) {
unsigned HWDivID = llvm::ARM::parseHWDiv(HWDiv);
if (!llvm::ARM::getHWDivFeatures(HWDivID, Features))
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_clang_unsupported) << A->getAsString(Args);
}
// Handle -mfpu=.
static void getARMFPUFeatures(const Driver &D, const Arg *A,
const ArgList &Args, StringRef FPU,
std::vector<StringRef> &Features) {
unsigned FPUID = llvm::ARM::parseFPU(FPU);
if (!llvm::ARM::getFPUFeatures(FPUID, Features))
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_clang_unsupported) << A->getAsString(Args);
}
// Decode ARM features from string like +[no]featureA+[no]featureB+...
static bool DecodeARMFeatures(const Driver &D, StringRef text,
std::vector<StringRef> &Features) {
SmallVector<StringRef, 8> Split;
text.split(Split, StringRef("+"), -1, false);
for (StringRef Feature : Split) {
StringRef FeatureName = llvm::ARM::getArchExtFeature(Feature);
if (!FeatureName.empty())
Features.push_back(FeatureName);
else
return false;
}
return true;
}
// Check if -march is valid by checking if it can be canonicalised and parsed.
// getARMArch is used here instead of just checking the -march value in order
// to handle -march=native correctly.
static void checkARMArchName(const Driver &D, const Arg *A, const ArgList &Args,
llvm::StringRef ArchName,
std::vector<StringRef> &Features,
const llvm::Triple &Triple) {
std::pair<StringRef, StringRef> Split = ArchName.split("+");
std::string MArch = arm::getARMArch(ArchName, Triple);
if (llvm::ARM::parseArch(MArch) == llvm::ARM::AK_INVALID ||
(Split.second.size() && !DecodeARMFeatures(D, Split.second, Features)))
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_clang_unsupported) << A->getAsString(Args);
}
// Check -mcpu=. Needs ArchName to handle -mcpu=generic.
static void checkARMCPUName(const Driver &D, const Arg *A, const ArgList &Args,
llvm::StringRef CPUName, llvm::StringRef ArchName,
std::vector<StringRef> &Features,
const llvm::Triple &Triple) {
std::pair<StringRef, StringRef> Split = CPUName.split("+");
std::string CPU = arm::getARMTargetCPU(CPUName, ArchName, Triple);
if (arm::getLLVMArchSuffixForARM(CPU, ArchName, Triple).empty() ||
(Split.second.size() && !DecodeARMFeatures(D, Split.second, Features)))
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_clang_unsupported) << A->getAsString(Args);
}
static bool useAAPCSForMachO(const llvm::Triple &T) {
// The backend is hardwired to assume AAPCS for M-class processors, ensure
// the frontend matches that.
return T.getEnvironment() == llvm::Triple::EABI ||
T.getOS() == llvm::Triple::UnknownOS || isARMMProfile(T);
}
// Select the float ABI as determined by -msoft-float, -mhard-float, and
// -mfloat-abi=.
arm::FloatABI arm::getARMFloatABI(const ToolChain &TC, const ArgList &Args) {
const Driver &D = TC.getDriver();
const llvm::Triple &Triple = TC.getEffectiveTriple();
auto SubArch = getARMSubArchVersionNumber(Triple);
arm::FloatABI ABI = FloatABI::Invalid;
if (Arg *A =
Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_msoft_float, options::OPT_mhard_float,
options::OPT_mfloat_abi_EQ)) {
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_msoft_float)) {
ABI = FloatABI::Soft;
} else if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_mhard_float)) {
ABI = FloatABI::Hard;
} else {
ABI = llvm::StringSwitch<arm::FloatABI>(A->getValue())
.Case("soft", FloatABI::Soft)
.Case("softfp", FloatABI::SoftFP)
.Case("hard", FloatABI::Hard)
.Default(FloatABI::Invalid);
if (ABI == FloatABI::Invalid && !StringRef(A->getValue()).empty()) {
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_invalid_mfloat_abi) << A->getAsString(Args);
ABI = FloatABI::Soft;
}
}
// It is incorrect to select hard float ABI on MachO platforms if the ABI is
// "apcs-gnu".
if (Triple.isOSBinFormatMachO() && !useAAPCSForMachO(Triple) &&
ABI == FloatABI::Hard) {
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_unsupported_opt_for_target) << A->getAsString(Args)
<< Triple.getArchName();
}
}
// If unspecified, choose the default based on the platform.
if (ABI == FloatABI::Invalid) {
switch (Triple.getOS()) {
case llvm::Triple::Darwin:
case llvm::Triple::MacOSX:
case llvm::Triple::IOS:
case llvm::Triple::TvOS: {
// Darwin defaults to "softfp" for v6 and v7.
ABI = (SubArch == 6 || SubArch == 7) ? FloatABI::SoftFP : FloatABI::Soft;
ABI = Triple.isWatchABI() ? FloatABI::Hard : ABI;
break;
}
case llvm::Triple::WatchOS:
ABI = FloatABI::Hard;
break;
// FIXME: this is invalid for WindowsCE
case llvm::Triple::Win32:
ABI = FloatABI::Hard;
break;
case llvm::Triple::FreeBSD:
switch (Triple.getEnvironment()) {
case llvm::Triple::GNUEABIHF:
ABI = FloatABI::Hard;
break;
default:
// FreeBSD defaults to soft float
ABI = FloatABI::Soft;
break;
}
break;
default:
switch (Triple.getEnvironment()) {
case llvm::Triple::GNUEABIHF:
case llvm::Triple::MuslEABIHF:
case llvm::Triple::EABIHF:
ABI = FloatABI::Hard;
break;
case llvm::Triple::GNUEABI:
case llvm::Triple::MuslEABI:
case llvm::Triple::EABI:
// EABI is always AAPCS, and if it was not marked 'hard', it's softfp
ABI = FloatABI::SoftFP;
break;
case llvm::Triple::Android:
ABI = (SubArch == 7) ? FloatABI::SoftFP : FloatABI::Soft;
break;
default:
// Assume "soft", but warn the user we are guessing.
if (Triple.isOSBinFormatMachO() &&
Triple.getSubArch() == llvm::Triple::ARMSubArch_v7em)
ABI = FloatABI::Hard;
else
ABI = FloatABI::Soft;
if (Triple.getOS() != llvm::Triple::UnknownOS ||
!Triple.isOSBinFormatMachO())
D.Diag(diag::warn_drv_assuming_mfloat_abi_is) << "soft";
break;
}
}
}
assert(ABI != FloatABI::Invalid && "must select an ABI");
return ABI;
}
static void getARMTargetFeatures(const ToolChain &TC,
const llvm::Triple &Triple,
const ArgList &Args,
ArgStringList &CmdArgs,
std::vector<StringRef> &Features,
bool ForAS) {
const Driver &D = TC.getDriver();
bool KernelOrKext =
Args.hasArg(options::OPT_mkernel, options::OPT_fapple_kext);
arm::FloatABI ABI = arm::getARMFloatABI(TC, Args);
const Arg *WaCPU = nullptr, *WaFPU = nullptr;
const Arg *WaHDiv = nullptr, *WaArch = nullptr;
if (!ForAS) {
// FIXME: Note, this is a hack, the LLVM backend doesn't actually use these
// yet (it uses the -mfloat-abi and -msoft-float options), and it is
// stripped out by the ARM target. We should probably pass this a new
// -target-option, which is handled by the -cc1/-cc1as invocation.
//
// FIXME2: For consistency, it would be ideal if we set up the target
// machine state the same when using the frontend or the assembler. We don't
// currently do that for the assembler, we pass the options directly to the
// backend and never even instantiate the frontend TargetInfo. If we did,
// and used its handleTargetFeatures hook, then we could ensure the
// assembler and the frontend behave the same.
// Use software floating point operations?
if (ABI == arm::FloatABI::Soft)
Features.push_back("+soft-float");
// Use software floating point argument passing?
if (ABI != arm::FloatABI::Hard)
Features.push_back("+soft-float-abi");
} else {
// Here, we make sure that -Wa,-mfpu/cpu/arch/hwdiv will be passed down
// to the assembler correctly.
for (const Arg *A :
Args.filtered(options::OPT_Wa_COMMA, options::OPT_Xassembler)) {
StringRef Value = A->getValue();
if (Value.startswith("-mfpu=")) {
WaFPU = A;
} else if (Value.startswith("-mcpu=")) {
WaCPU = A;
} else if (Value.startswith("-mhwdiv=")) {
WaHDiv = A;
} else if (Value.startswith("-march=")) {
WaArch = A;
}
}
}
// Check -march. ClangAs gives preference to -Wa,-march=.
const Arg *ArchArg = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_march_EQ);
StringRef ArchName;
if (WaArch) {
if (ArchArg)
D.Diag(clang::diag::warn_drv_unused_argument)
<< ArchArg->getAsString(Args);
ArchName = StringRef(WaArch->getValue()).substr(7);
checkARMArchName(D, WaArch, Args, ArchName, Features, Triple);
// FIXME: Set Arch.
D.Diag(clang::diag::warn_drv_unused_argument) << WaArch->getAsString(Args);
} else if (ArchArg) {
ArchName = ArchArg->getValue();
checkARMArchName(D, ArchArg, Args, ArchName, Features, Triple);
}
// Check -mcpu. ClangAs gives preference to -Wa,-mcpu=.
const Arg *CPUArg = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mcpu_EQ);
StringRef CPUName;
if (WaCPU) {
if (CPUArg)
D.Diag(clang::diag::warn_drv_unused_argument)
<< CPUArg->getAsString(Args);
CPUName = StringRef(WaCPU->getValue()).substr(6);
checkARMCPUName(D, WaCPU, Args, CPUName, ArchName, Features, Triple);
} else if (CPUArg) {
CPUName = CPUArg->getValue();
checkARMCPUName(D, CPUArg, Args, CPUName, ArchName, Features, Triple);
}
// Add CPU features for generic CPUs
if (CPUName == "native") {
llvm::StringMap<bool> HostFeatures;
if (llvm::sys::getHostCPUFeatures(HostFeatures))
for (auto &F : HostFeatures)
Features.push_back(
Args.MakeArgString((F.second ? "+" : "-") + F.first()));
}
// Honor -mfpu=. ClangAs gives preference to -Wa,-mfpu=.
const Arg *FPUArg = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mfpu_EQ);
if (WaFPU) {
if (FPUArg)
D.Diag(clang::diag::warn_drv_unused_argument)
<< FPUArg->getAsString(Args);
getARMFPUFeatures(D, WaFPU, Args, StringRef(WaFPU->getValue()).substr(6),
Features);
} else if (FPUArg) {
getARMFPUFeatures(D, FPUArg, Args, FPUArg->getValue(), Features);
}
// Honor -mhwdiv=. ClangAs gives preference to -Wa,-mhwdiv=.
const Arg *HDivArg = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mhwdiv_EQ);
if (WaHDiv) {
if (HDivArg)
D.Diag(clang::diag::warn_drv_unused_argument)
<< HDivArg->getAsString(Args);
getARMHWDivFeatures(D, WaHDiv, Args,
StringRef(WaHDiv->getValue()).substr(8), Features);
} else if (HDivArg)
getARMHWDivFeatures(D, HDivArg, Args, HDivArg->getValue(), Features);
// Setting -msoft-float effectively disables NEON because of the GCC
// implementation, although the same isn't true of VFP or VFP3.
if (ABI == arm::FloatABI::Soft) {
Features.push_back("-neon");
// Also need to explicitly disable features which imply NEON.
Features.push_back("-crypto");
}
// En/disable crc code generation.
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mcrc, options::OPT_mnocrc)) {
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_mcrc))
Features.push_back("+crc");
else
Features.push_back("-crc");
}
// Look for the last occurrence of -mlong-calls or -mno-long-calls. If
// neither options are specified, see if we are compiling for kernel/kext and
// decide whether to pass "+long-calls" based on the OS and its version.
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mlong_calls,
options::OPT_mno_long_calls)) {
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_mlong_calls))
Features.push_back("+long-calls");
} else if (KernelOrKext && (!Triple.isiOS() || Triple.isOSVersionLT(6)) &&
!Triple.isWatchOS()) {
Features.push_back("+long-calls");
}
// Generate execute-only output (no data access to code sections).
// Supported only on ARMv6T2 and ARMv7 and above.
// Cannot be combined with -mno-movt or -mlong-calls
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mexecute_only, options::OPT_mno_execute_only)) {
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_mexecute_only)) {
if (getARMSubArchVersionNumber(Triple) < 7 &&
llvm::ARM::parseArch(Triple.getArchName()) != llvm::ARM::AK_ARMV6T2)
D.Diag(diag::err_target_unsupported_execute_only) << Triple.getArchName();
else if (Arg *B = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mno_movt))
D.Diag(diag::err_opt_not_valid_with_opt) << A->getAsString(Args) << B->getAsString(Args);
// Long calls create constant pool entries and have not yet been fixed up
// to play nicely with execute-only. Hence, they cannot be used in
// execute-only code for now
else if (Arg *B = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mlong_calls, options::OPT_mno_long_calls)) {
if (B->getOption().matches(options::OPT_mlong_calls))
D.Diag(diag::err_opt_not_valid_with_opt) << A->getAsString(Args) << B->getAsString(Args);
}
CmdArgs.push_back("-backend-option");
CmdArgs.push_back("-arm-execute-only");
}
}
// Kernel code has more strict alignment requirements.
if (KernelOrKext)
Features.push_back("+strict-align");
else if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mno_unaligned_access,
options::OPT_munaligned_access)) {
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_munaligned_access)) {
// No v6M core supports unaligned memory access (v6M ARM ARM A3.2).
if (Triple.getSubArch() == llvm::Triple::SubArchType::ARMSubArch_v6m)
D.Diag(diag::err_target_unsupported_unaligned) << "v6m";
// v8M Baseline follows on from v6M, so doesn't support unaligned memory
// access either.
else if (Triple.getSubArch() == llvm::Triple::SubArchType::ARMSubArch_v8m_baseline)
D.Diag(diag::err_target_unsupported_unaligned) << "v8m.base";
} else
Features.push_back("+strict-align");
} else {
// Assume pre-ARMv6 doesn't support unaligned accesses.
//
// ARMv6 may or may not support unaligned accesses depending on the
// SCTLR.U bit, which is architecture-specific. We assume ARMv6
// Darwin and NetBSD targets support unaligned accesses, and others don't.
//
// ARMv7 always has SCTLR.U set to 1, but it has a new SCTLR.A bit
// which raises an alignment fault on unaligned accesses. Linux
// defaults this bit to 0 and handles it as a system-wide (not
// per-process) setting. It is therefore safe to assume that ARMv7+
// Linux targets support unaligned accesses. The same goes for NaCl.
//
// The above behavior is consistent with GCC.
int VersionNum = getARMSubArchVersionNumber(Triple);
if (Triple.isOSDarwin() || Triple.isOSNetBSD()) {
if (VersionNum < 6 ||
Triple.getSubArch() == llvm::Triple::SubArchType::ARMSubArch_v6m)
Features.push_back("+strict-align");
} else if (Triple.isOSLinux() || Triple.isOSNaCl()) {
if (VersionNum < 7)
Features.push_back("+strict-align");
} else
Features.push_back("+strict-align");
}
// llvm does not support reserving registers in general. There is support
// for reserving r9 on ARM though (defined as a platform-specific register
// in ARM EABI).
if (Args.hasArg(options::OPT_ffixed_r9))
Features.push_back("+reserve-r9");
// The kext linker doesn't know how to deal with movw/movt.
if (KernelOrKext || Args.hasArg(options::OPT_mno_movt))
Features.push_back("+no-movt");
}
void Clang::AddARMTargetArgs(const llvm::Triple &Triple, const ArgList &Args,
ArgStringList &CmdArgs, bool KernelOrKext) const {
// Select the ABI to use.
// FIXME: Support -meabi.
// FIXME: Parts of this are duplicated in the backend, unify this somehow.
const char *ABIName = nullptr;
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mabi_EQ)) {
ABIName = A->getValue();
} else if (Triple.isOSBinFormatMachO()) {
if (useAAPCSForMachO(Triple)) {
ABIName = "aapcs";
} else if (Triple.isWatchABI()) {
ABIName = "aapcs16";
} else {
ABIName = "apcs-gnu";
}
} else if (Triple.isOSWindows()) {
// FIXME: this is invalid for WindowsCE
ABIName = "aapcs";
} else {
// Select the default based on the platform.
switch (Triple.getEnvironment()) {
case llvm::Triple::Android:
case llvm::Triple::GNUEABI:
case llvm::Triple::GNUEABIHF:
case llvm::Triple::MuslEABI:
case llvm::Triple::MuslEABIHF:
ABIName = "aapcs-linux";
break;
case llvm::Triple::EABIHF:
case llvm::Triple::EABI:
ABIName = "aapcs";
break;
default:
if (Triple.getOS() == llvm::Triple::NetBSD)
ABIName = "apcs-gnu";
else
ABIName = "aapcs";
break;
}
}
CmdArgs.push_back("-target-abi");
CmdArgs.push_back(ABIName);
// Determine floating point ABI from the options & target defaults.
arm::FloatABI ABI = arm::getARMFloatABI(getToolChain(), Args);
if (ABI == arm::FloatABI::Soft) {
// Floating point operations and argument passing are soft.
// FIXME: This changes CPP defines, we need -target-soft-float.
CmdArgs.push_back("-msoft-float");
CmdArgs.push_back("-mfloat-abi");
CmdArgs.push_back("soft");
} else if (ABI == arm::FloatABI::SoftFP) {
// Floating point operations are hard, but argument passing is soft.
CmdArgs.push_back("-mfloat-abi");
CmdArgs.push_back("soft");
} else {
// Floating point operations and argument passing are hard.
assert(ABI == arm::FloatABI::Hard && "Invalid float abi!");
CmdArgs.push_back("-mfloat-abi");
CmdArgs.push_back("hard");
}
// Forward the -mglobal-merge option for explicit control over the pass.
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mglobal_merge,
options::OPT_mno_global_merge)) {
CmdArgs.push_back("-backend-option");
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_mno_global_merge))
CmdArgs.push_back("-arm-global-merge=false");
else
CmdArgs.push_back("-arm-global-merge=true");
}
if (!Args.hasFlag(options::OPT_mimplicit_float,
options::OPT_mno_implicit_float, true))
CmdArgs.push_back("-no-implicit-float");
}
// ARM tools end.
/// getAArch64TargetCPU - Get the (LLVM) name of the AArch64 cpu we are
/// targeting. Set \p A to the Arg corresponding to the -mcpu or -mtune
/// arguments if they are provided, or to nullptr otherwise.
static std::string getAArch64TargetCPU(const ArgList &Args, Arg *&A) {
std::string CPU;
// If we have -mtune or -mcpu, use that.
if ((A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mtune_EQ))) {
CPU = StringRef(A->getValue()).lower();
} else if ((A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mcpu_EQ))) {
StringRef Mcpu = A->getValue();
CPU = Mcpu.split("+").first.lower();
}
// Handle CPU name is 'native'.
if (CPU == "native")
return llvm::sys::getHostCPUName();
else if (CPU.size())
return CPU;
// Make sure we pick "cyclone" if -arch is used.
// FIXME: Should this be picked by checking the target triple instead?
if (Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_arch))
return "cyclone";
return "generic";
}
void Clang::AddAArch64TargetArgs(const ArgList &Args,
ArgStringList &CmdArgs) const {
const llvm::Triple &Triple = getToolChain().getEffectiveTriple();
if (!Args.hasFlag(options::OPT_mred_zone, options::OPT_mno_red_zone, true) ||
Args.hasArg(options::OPT_mkernel) ||
Args.hasArg(options::OPT_fapple_kext))
CmdArgs.push_back("-disable-red-zone");
if (!Args.hasFlag(options::OPT_mimplicit_float,
options::OPT_mno_implicit_float, true))
CmdArgs.push_back("-no-implicit-float");
const char *ABIName = nullptr;
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mabi_EQ))
ABIName = A->getValue();
else if (Triple.isOSDarwin())
ABIName = "darwinpcs";
else
ABIName = "aapcs";
CmdArgs.push_back("-target-abi");
CmdArgs.push_back(ABIName);
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mfix_cortex_a53_835769,
options::OPT_mno_fix_cortex_a53_835769)) {
CmdArgs.push_back("-backend-option");
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_mfix_cortex_a53_835769))
CmdArgs.push_back("-aarch64-fix-cortex-a53-835769=1");
else
CmdArgs.push_back("-aarch64-fix-cortex-a53-835769=0");
} else if (Triple.isAndroid()) {
// Enabled A53 errata (835769) workaround by default on android
CmdArgs.push_back("-backend-option");
CmdArgs.push_back("-aarch64-fix-cortex-a53-835769=1");
}
// Forward the -mglobal-merge option for explicit control over the pass.
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mglobal_merge,
options::OPT_mno_global_merge)) {
CmdArgs.push_back("-backend-option");
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_mno_global_merge))
CmdArgs.push_back("-aarch64-enable-global-merge=false");
else
CmdArgs.push_back("-aarch64-enable-global-merge=true");
}
}
// Get CPU and ABI names. They are not independent
// so we have to calculate them together.
void mips::getMipsCPUAndABI(const ArgList &Args, const llvm::Triple &Triple,
StringRef &CPUName, StringRef &ABIName) {
const char *DefMips32CPU = "mips32r2";
const char *DefMips64CPU = "mips64r2";
// MIPS32r6 is the default for mips(el)?-img-linux-gnu and MIPS64r6 is the
// default for mips64(el)?-img-linux-gnu.
if (Triple.getVendor() == llvm::Triple::ImaginationTechnologies &&
Triple.getEnvironment() == llvm::Triple::GNU) {
DefMips32CPU = "mips32r6";
DefMips64CPU = "mips64r6";
}
// MIPS64r6 is the default for Android MIPS64 (mips64el-linux-android).
if (Triple.isAndroid()) {
DefMips32CPU = "mips32";
DefMips64CPU = "mips64r6";
}
// MIPS3 is the default for mips64*-unknown-openbsd.
if (Triple.getOS() == llvm::Triple::OpenBSD)
DefMips64CPU = "mips3";
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_march_EQ, options::OPT_mcpu_EQ))
CPUName = A->getValue();
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mabi_EQ)) {
ABIName = A->getValue();
// Convert a GNU style Mips ABI name to the name
// accepted by LLVM Mips backend.
ABIName = llvm::StringSwitch<llvm::StringRef>(ABIName)
.Case("32", "o32")
.Case("64", "n64")
.Default(ABIName);
}
// Setup default CPU and ABI names.
if (CPUName.empty() && ABIName.empty()) {
switch (Triple.getArch()) {
default:
llvm_unreachable("Unexpected triple arch name");
case llvm::Triple::mips:
case llvm::Triple::mipsel:
CPUName = DefMips32CPU;
break;
case llvm::Triple::mips64:
case llvm::Triple::mips64el:
CPUName = DefMips64CPU;
break;
}
}
if (ABIName.empty() &&
(Triple.getVendor() == llvm::Triple::MipsTechnologies ||
Triple.getVendor() == llvm::Triple::ImaginationTechnologies)) {
ABIName = llvm::StringSwitch<const char *>(CPUName)
.Case("mips1", "o32")
.Case("mips2", "o32")
.Case("mips3", "n64")
.Case("mips4", "n64")
.Case("mips5", "n64")
.Case("mips32", "o32")
.Case("mips32r2", "o32")
.Case("mips32r3", "o32")
.Case("mips32r5", "o32")
.Case("mips32r6", "o32")
.Case("mips64", "n64")
.Case("mips64r2", "n64")
.Case("mips64r3", "n64")
.Case("mips64r5", "n64")
.Case("mips64r6", "n64")
.Case("octeon", "n64")
.Case("p5600", "o32")
.Default("");
}
if (ABIName.empty()) {
// Deduce ABI name from the target triple.
if (Triple.getArch() == llvm::Triple::mips ||
Triple.getArch() == llvm::Triple::mipsel)
ABIName = "o32";
else
ABIName = "n64";
}
if (CPUName.empty()) {
// Deduce CPU name from ABI name.
CPUName = llvm::StringSwitch<const char *>(ABIName)
.Case("o32", DefMips32CPU)
.Cases("n32", "n64", DefMips64CPU)
.Default("");
}
// FIXME: Warn on inconsistent use of -march and -mabi.
}
std::string mips::getMipsABILibSuffix(const ArgList &Args,
const llvm::Triple &Triple) {
StringRef CPUName, ABIName;
tools::mips::getMipsCPUAndABI(Args, Triple, CPUName, ABIName);
return llvm::StringSwitch<std::string>(ABIName)
.Case("o32", "")
.Case("n32", "32")
.Case("n64", "64");
}
// Convert ABI name to the GNU tools acceptable variant.
static StringRef getGnuCompatibleMipsABIName(StringRef ABI) {
return llvm::StringSwitch<llvm::StringRef>(ABI)
.Case("o32", "32")
.Case("n64", "64")
.Default(ABI);
}
// Select the MIPS float ABI as determined by -msoft-float, -mhard-float,
// and -mfloat-abi=.
static mips::FloatABI getMipsFloatABI(const Driver &D, const ArgList &Args) {
mips::FloatABI ABI = mips::FloatABI::Invalid;
if (Arg *A =
Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_msoft_float, options::OPT_mhard_float,
options::OPT_mfloat_abi_EQ)) {
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_msoft_float))
ABI = mips::FloatABI::Soft;
else if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_mhard_float))
ABI = mips::FloatABI::Hard;
else {
ABI = llvm::StringSwitch<mips::FloatABI>(A->getValue())
.Case("soft", mips::FloatABI::Soft)
.Case("hard", mips::FloatABI::Hard)
.Default(mips::FloatABI::Invalid);
if (ABI == mips::FloatABI::Invalid && !StringRef(A->getValue()).empty()) {
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_invalid_mfloat_abi) << A->getAsString(Args);
ABI = mips::FloatABI::Hard;
}
}
}
// If unspecified, choose the default based on the platform.
if (ABI == mips::FloatABI::Invalid) {
// Assume "hard", because it's a default value used by gcc.
// When we start to recognize specific target MIPS processors,
// we will be able to select the default more correctly.
ABI = mips::FloatABI::Hard;
}
assert(ABI != mips::FloatABI::Invalid && "must select an ABI");
return ABI;
}
static void AddTargetFeature(const ArgList &Args,
std::vector<StringRef> &Features,
OptSpecifier OnOpt, OptSpecifier OffOpt,
StringRef FeatureName) {
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(OnOpt, OffOpt)) {
if (A->getOption().matches(OnOpt))
Features.push_back(Args.MakeArgString("+" + FeatureName));
else
Features.push_back(Args.MakeArgString("-" + FeatureName));
}
}
static void getMIPSTargetFeatures(const Driver &D, const llvm::Triple &Triple,
const ArgList &Args,
std::vector<StringRef> &Features) {
StringRef CPUName;
StringRef ABIName;
mips::getMipsCPUAndABI(Args, Triple, CPUName, ABIName);
ABIName = getGnuCompatibleMipsABIName(ABIName);
AddTargetFeature(Args, Features, options::OPT_mno_abicalls,
options::OPT_mabicalls, "noabicalls");
mips::FloatABI FloatABI = getMipsFloatABI(D, Args);
if (FloatABI == mips::FloatABI::Soft) {
// FIXME: Note, this is a hack. We need to pass the selected float
// mode to the MipsTargetInfoBase to define appropriate macros there.
// Now it is the only method.
Features.push_back("+soft-float");
}
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mnan_EQ)) {
StringRef Val = StringRef(A->getValue());
if (Val == "2008") {
if (mips::getSupportedNanEncoding(CPUName) & mips::Nan2008)
Features.push_back("+nan2008");
else {
Features.push_back("-nan2008");
D.Diag(diag::warn_target_unsupported_nan2008) << CPUName;
}
} else if (Val == "legacy") {
if (mips::getSupportedNanEncoding(CPUName) & mips::NanLegacy)
Features.push_back("-nan2008");
else {
Features.push_back("+nan2008");
D.Diag(diag::warn_target_unsupported_nanlegacy) << CPUName;
}
} else
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_unsupported_option_argument)
<< A->getOption().getName() << Val;
}
AddTargetFeature(Args, Features, options::OPT_msingle_float,
options::OPT_mdouble_float, "single-float");
AddTargetFeature(Args, Features, options::OPT_mips16, options::OPT_mno_mips16,
"mips16");
AddTargetFeature(Args, Features, options::OPT_mmicromips,
options::OPT_mno_micromips, "micromips");
AddTargetFeature(Args, Features, options::OPT_mdsp, options::OPT_mno_dsp,
"dsp");
AddTargetFeature(Args, Features, options::OPT_mdspr2, options::OPT_mno_dspr2,
"dspr2");
AddTargetFeature(Args, Features, options::OPT_mmsa, options::OPT_mno_msa,
"msa");
// Add the last -mfp32/-mfpxx/-mfp64, if none are given and the ABI is O32
// pass -mfpxx, or if none are given and fp64a is default, pass fp64 and
// nooddspreg.
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mfp32, options::OPT_mfpxx,
options::OPT_mfp64)) {
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_mfp32))
Features.push_back(Args.MakeArgString("-fp64"));
else if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_mfpxx)) {
Features.push_back(Args.MakeArgString("+fpxx"));
Features.push_back(Args.MakeArgString("+nooddspreg"));
} else
Features.push_back(Args.MakeArgString("+fp64"));
} else if (mips::shouldUseFPXX(Args, Triple, CPUName, ABIName, FloatABI)) {
Features.push_back(Args.MakeArgString("+fpxx"));
Features.push_back(Args.MakeArgString("+nooddspreg"));
} else if (mips::isFP64ADefault(Triple, CPUName)) {
Features.push_back(Args.MakeArgString("+fp64"));
Features.push_back(Args.MakeArgString("+nooddspreg"));
}
AddTargetFeature(Args, Features, options::OPT_mno_odd_spreg,
options::OPT_modd_spreg, "nooddspreg");
}
void Clang::AddMIPSTargetArgs(const ArgList &Args,
ArgStringList &CmdArgs) const {
const Driver &D = getToolChain().getDriver();
StringRef CPUName;
StringRef ABIName;
const llvm::Triple &Triple = getToolChain().getTriple();
mips::getMipsCPUAndABI(Args, Triple, CPUName, ABIName);
CmdArgs.push_back("-target-abi");
CmdArgs.push_back(ABIName.data());
mips::FloatABI ABI = getMipsFloatABI(D, Args);
if (ABI == mips::FloatABI::Soft) {
// Floating point operations and argument passing are soft.
CmdArgs.push_back("-msoft-float");
CmdArgs.push_back("-mfloat-abi");
CmdArgs.push_back("soft");
} else {
// Floating point operations and argument passing are hard.
assert(ABI == mips::FloatABI::Hard && "Invalid float abi!");
CmdArgs.push_back("-mfloat-abi");
CmdArgs.push_back("hard");
}
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mxgot, options::OPT_mno_xgot)) {
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_mxgot)) {
CmdArgs.push_back("-mllvm");
CmdArgs.push_back("-mxgot");
}
}
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mldc1_sdc1,
options::OPT_mno_ldc1_sdc1)) {
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_mno_ldc1_sdc1)) {
CmdArgs.push_back("-mllvm");
CmdArgs.push_back("-mno-ldc1-sdc1");
}
}
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mcheck_zero_division,
options::OPT_mno_check_zero_division)) {
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_mno_check_zero_division)) {
CmdArgs.push_back("-mllvm");
CmdArgs.push_back("-mno-check-zero-division");
}
}
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_G)) {
StringRef v = A->getValue();
CmdArgs.push_back("-mllvm");
CmdArgs.push_back(Args.MakeArgString("-mips-ssection-threshold=" + v));
A->claim();
}
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mcompact_branches_EQ)) {
StringRef Val = StringRef(A->getValue());
if (mips::hasCompactBranches(CPUName)) {
if (Val == "never" || Val == "always" || Val == "optimal") {
CmdArgs.push_back("-mllvm");
CmdArgs.push_back(Args.MakeArgString("-mips-compact-branches=" + Val));
} else
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_unsupported_option_argument)
<< A->getOption().getName() << Val;
} else
D.Diag(diag::warn_target_unsupported_compact_branches) << CPUName;
}
}
/// getPPCTargetCPU - Get the (LLVM) name of the PowerPC cpu we are targeting.
static std::string getPPCTargetCPU(const ArgList &Args) {
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mcpu_EQ)) {
StringRef CPUName = A->getValue();
if (CPUName == "native") {
std::string CPU = llvm::sys::getHostCPUName();
if (!CPU.empty() && CPU != "generic")
return CPU;
else
return "";
}
return llvm::StringSwitch<const char *>(CPUName)
.Case("common", "generic")
.Case("440", "440")
.Case("440fp", "440")
.Case("450", "450")
.Case("601", "601")
.Case("602", "602")
.Case("603", "603")
.Case("603e", "603e")
.Case("603ev", "603ev")
.Case("604", "604")
.Case("604e", "604e")
.Case("620", "620")
.Case("630", "pwr3")
.Case("G3", "g3")
.Case("7400", "7400")
.Case("G4", "g4")
.Case("7450", "7450")
.Case("G4+", "g4+")
.Case("750", "750")
.Case("970", "970")
.Case("G5", "g5")
.Case("a2", "a2")
.Case("a2q", "a2q")
.Case("e500mc", "e500mc")
.Case("e5500", "e5500")
.Case("power3", "pwr3")
.Case("power4", "pwr4")
.Case("power5", "pwr5")
.Case("power5x", "pwr5x")
.Case("power6", "pwr6")
.Case("power6x", "pwr6x")
.Case("power7", "pwr7")
.Case("power8", "pwr8")
.Case("power9", "pwr9")
.Case("pwr3", "pwr3")
.Case("pwr4", "pwr4")
.Case("pwr5", "pwr5")
.Case("pwr5x", "pwr5x")
.Case("pwr6", "pwr6")
.Case("pwr6x", "pwr6x")
.Case("pwr7", "pwr7")
.Case("pwr8", "pwr8")
.Case("pwr9", "pwr9")
.Case("powerpc", "ppc")
.Case("powerpc64", "ppc64")
.Case("powerpc64le", "ppc64le")
.Default("");
}
return "";
}
static void getPPCTargetFeatures(const Driver &D, const llvm::Triple &Triple,
const ArgList &Args,
std::vector<StringRef> &Features) {
handleTargetFeaturesGroup(Args, Features, options::OPT_m_ppc_Features_Group);
ppc::FloatABI FloatABI = ppc::getPPCFloatABI(D, Args);
if (FloatABI == ppc::FloatABI::Soft)
Features.push_back("-hard-float");
// Altivec is a bit weird, allow overriding of the Altivec feature here.
AddTargetFeature(Args, Features, options::OPT_faltivec,
options::OPT_fno_altivec, "altivec");
}
ppc::FloatABI ppc::getPPCFloatABI(const Driver &D, const ArgList &Args) {
ppc::FloatABI ABI = ppc::FloatABI::Invalid;
if (Arg *A =
Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_msoft_float, options::OPT_mhard_float,
options::OPT_mfloat_abi_EQ)) {
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_msoft_float))
ABI = ppc::FloatABI::Soft;
else if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_mhard_float))
ABI = ppc::FloatABI::Hard;
else {
ABI = llvm::StringSwitch<ppc::FloatABI>(A->getValue())
.Case("soft", ppc::FloatABI::Soft)
.Case("hard", ppc::FloatABI::Hard)
.Default(ppc::FloatABI::Invalid);
if (ABI == ppc::FloatABI::Invalid && !StringRef(A->getValue()).empty()) {
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_invalid_mfloat_abi) << A->getAsString(Args);
ABI = ppc::FloatABI::Hard;
}
}
}
// If unspecified, choose the default based on the platform.
if (ABI == ppc::FloatABI::Invalid) {
ABI = ppc::FloatABI::Hard;
}
return ABI;
}
void Clang::AddPPCTargetArgs(const ArgList &Args,
ArgStringList &CmdArgs) const {
// Select the ABI to use.
const char *ABIName = nullptr;
if (getToolChain().getTriple().isOSLinux())
switch (getToolChain().getArch()) {
case llvm::Triple::ppc64: {
// When targeting a processor that supports QPX, or if QPX is
// specifically enabled, default to using the ABI that supports QPX (so
// long as it is not specifically disabled).
bool HasQPX = false;
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mcpu_EQ))
HasQPX = A->getValue() == StringRef("a2q");
HasQPX = Args.hasFlag(options::OPT_mqpx, options::OPT_mno_qpx, HasQPX);
if (HasQPX) {
ABIName = "elfv1-qpx";
break;
}
ABIName = "elfv1";
break;
}
case llvm::Triple::ppc64le:
ABIName = "elfv2";
break;
default:
break;
}
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mabi_EQ))
// The ppc64 linux abis are all "altivec" abis by default. Accept and ignore
// the option if given as we don't have backend support for any targets
// that don't use the altivec abi.
if (StringRef(A->getValue()) != "altivec")
ABIName = A->getValue();
ppc::FloatABI FloatABI =
ppc::getPPCFloatABI(getToolChain().getDriver(), Args);
if (FloatABI == ppc::FloatABI::Soft) {
// Floating point operations and argument passing are soft.
CmdArgs.push_back("-msoft-float");
CmdArgs.push_back("-mfloat-abi");
CmdArgs.push_back("soft");
} else {
// Floating point operations and argument passing are hard.
assert(FloatABI == ppc::FloatABI::Hard && "Invalid float abi!");
CmdArgs.push_back("-mfloat-abi");
CmdArgs.push_back("hard");
}
if (ABIName) {
CmdArgs.push_back("-target-abi");
CmdArgs.push_back(ABIName);
}
}
bool ppc::hasPPCAbiArg(const ArgList &Args, const char *Value) {
Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mabi_EQ);
return A && (A->getValue() == StringRef(Value));
}
/// Get the (LLVM) name of the R600 gpu we are targeting.
static std::string getR600TargetGPU(const ArgList &Args) {
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mcpu_EQ)) {
const char *GPUName = A->getValue();
return llvm::StringSwitch<const char *>(GPUName)
.Cases("rv630", "rv635", "r600")
.Cases("rv610", "rv620", "rs780", "rs880")
.Case("rv740", "rv770")
.Case("palm", "cedar")
.Cases("sumo", "sumo2", "sumo")
.Case("hemlock", "cypress")
.Case("aruba", "cayman")
.Default(GPUName);
}
return "";
}
static std::string getLanaiTargetCPU(const ArgList &Args) {
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mcpu_EQ)) {
return A->getValue();
}
return "";
}
sparc::FloatABI sparc::getSparcFloatABI(const Driver &D,
const ArgList &Args) {
sparc::FloatABI ABI = sparc::FloatABI::Invalid;
if (Arg *A =
Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_msoft_float, options::OPT_mhard_float,
options::OPT_mfloat_abi_EQ)) {
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_msoft_float))
ABI = sparc::FloatABI::Soft;
else if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_mhard_float))
ABI = sparc::FloatABI::Hard;
else {
ABI = llvm::StringSwitch<sparc::FloatABI>(A->getValue())
.Case("soft", sparc::FloatABI::Soft)
.Case("hard", sparc::FloatABI::Hard)
.Default(sparc::FloatABI::Invalid);
if (ABI == sparc::FloatABI::Invalid &&
!StringRef(A->getValue()).empty()) {
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_invalid_mfloat_abi) << A->getAsString(Args);
ABI = sparc::FloatABI::Hard;
}
}
}
// If unspecified, choose the default based on the platform.
// Only the hard-float ABI on Sparc is standardized, and it is the
// default. GCC also supports a nonstandard soft-float ABI mode, also
// implemented in LLVM. However as this is not standard we set the default
// to be hard-float.
if (ABI == sparc::FloatABI::Invalid) {
ABI = sparc::FloatABI::Hard;
}
return ABI;
}
static void getSparcTargetFeatures(const Driver &D, const ArgList &Args,
std::vector<StringRef> &Features) {
sparc::FloatABI FloatABI = sparc::getSparcFloatABI(D, Args);
if (FloatABI == sparc::FloatABI::Soft)
Features.push_back("+soft-float");
}
void Clang::AddSparcTargetArgs(const ArgList &Args,
ArgStringList &CmdArgs) const {
sparc::FloatABI FloatABI =
sparc::getSparcFloatABI(getToolChain().getDriver(), Args);
if (FloatABI == sparc::FloatABI::Soft) {
// Floating point operations and argument passing are soft.
CmdArgs.push_back("-msoft-float");
CmdArgs.push_back("-mfloat-abi");
CmdArgs.push_back("soft");
} else {
// Floating point operations and argument passing are hard.
assert(FloatABI == sparc::FloatABI::Hard && "Invalid float abi!");
CmdArgs.push_back("-mfloat-abi");
CmdArgs.push_back("hard");
}
}
void Clang::AddSystemZTargetArgs(const ArgList &Args,
ArgStringList &CmdArgs) const {
if (Args.hasFlag(options::OPT_mbackchain, options::OPT_mno_backchain, false))
CmdArgs.push_back("-mbackchain");
}
static const char *getSystemZTargetCPU(const ArgList &Args) {
if (const Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_march_EQ))
return A->getValue();
return "z10";
}
static void getSystemZTargetFeatures(const ArgList &Args,
std::vector<StringRef> &Features) {
// -m(no-)htm overrides use of the transactional-execution facility.
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mhtm, options::OPT_mno_htm)) {
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_mhtm))
Features.push_back("+transactional-execution");
else
Features.push_back("-transactional-execution");
}
// -m(no-)vx overrides use of the vector facility.
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mvx, options::OPT_mno_vx)) {
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_mvx))
Features.push_back("+vector");
else
Features.push_back("-vector");
}
}
static const char *getX86TargetCPU(const ArgList &Args,
const llvm::Triple &Triple) {
if (const Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_march_EQ)) {
if (StringRef(A->getValue()) != "native") {
if (Triple.isOSDarwin() && Triple.getArchName() == "x86_64h")
return "core-avx2";
return A->getValue();
}
// FIXME: Reject attempts to use -march=native unless the target matches
// the host.
//
// FIXME: We should also incorporate the detected target features for use
// with -native.
std::string CPU = llvm::sys::getHostCPUName();
if (!CPU.empty() && CPU != "generic")
return Args.MakeArgString(CPU);
}
if (const Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT__SLASH_arch)) {
// Mapping built by referring to X86TargetInfo::getDefaultFeatures().
StringRef Arch = A->getValue();
const char *CPU;
if (Triple.getArch() == llvm::Triple::x86) {
CPU = llvm::StringSwitch<const char *>(Arch)
.Case("IA32", "i386")
.Case("SSE", "pentium3")
.Case("SSE2", "pentium4")
.Case("AVX", "sandybridge")
.Case("AVX2", "haswell")
.Default(nullptr);
} else {
CPU = llvm::StringSwitch<const char *>(Arch)
.Case("AVX", "sandybridge")
.Case("AVX2", "haswell")
.Default(nullptr);
}
if (CPU)
return CPU;
}
// Select the default CPU if none was given (or detection failed).
if (Triple.getArch() != llvm::Triple::x86_64 &&
Triple.getArch() != llvm::Triple::x86)
return nullptr; // This routine is only handling x86 targets.
bool Is64Bit = Triple.getArch() == llvm::Triple::x86_64;
// FIXME: Need target hooks.
if (Triple.isOSDarwin()) {
if (Triple.getArchName() == "x86_64h")
return "core-avx2";
// macosx10.12 drops support for all pre-Penryn Macs.
// Simulators can still run on 10.11 though, like Xcode.
if (Triple.isMacOSX() && !Triple.isOSVersionLT(10, 12))
return "penryn";
// The oldest x86_64 Macs have core2/Merom; the oldest x86 Macs have Yonah.
return Is64Bit ? "core2" : "yonah";
}
// Set up default CPU name for PS4 compilers.
if (Triple.isPS4CPU())
return "btver2";
// On Android use targets compatible with gcc
if (Triple.isAndroid())
return Is64Bit ? "x86-64" : "i686";
// Everything else goes to x86-64 in 64-bit mode.
if (Is64Bit)
return "x86-64";
switch (Triple.getOS()) {
case llvm::Triple::FreeBSD:
case llvm::Triple::NetBSD:
case llvm::Triple::OpenBSD:
return "i486";
case llvm::Triple::Haiku:
return "i586";
case llvm::Triple::Bitrig:
return "i686";
default:
// Fallback to p4.
return "pentium4";
}
}
/// Get the (LLVM) name of the WebAssembly cpu we are targeting.
static StringRef getWebAssemblyTargetCPU(const ArgList &Args) {
// If we have -mcpu=, use that.
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mcpu_EQ)) {
StringRef CPU = A->getValue();
#ifdef __wasm__
// Handle "native" by examining the host. "native" isn't meaningful when
// cross compiling, so only support this when the host is also WebAssembly.
if (CPU == "native")
return llvm::sys::getHostCPUName();
#endif
return CPU;
}
return "generic";
}
static std::string getCPUName(const ArgList &Args, const llvm::Triple &T,
bool FromAs = false) {
Arg *A;
switch (T.getArch()) {
default:
return "";
case llvm::Triple::aarch64:
case llvm::Triple::aarch64_be:
return getAArch64TargetCPU(Args, A);
case llvm::Triple::arm:
case llvm::Triple::armeb:
case llvm::Triple::thumb:
case llvm::Triple::thumbeb: {
StringRef MArch, MCPU;
getARMArchCPUFromArgs(Args, MArch, MCPU, FromAs);
return arm::getARMTargetCPU(MCPU, MArch, T);
}
case llvm::Triple::mips:
case llvm::Triple::mipsel:
case llvm::Triple::mips64:
case llvm::Triple::mips64el: {
StringRef CPUName;
StringRef ABIName;
mips::getMipsCPUAndABI(Args, T, CPUName, ABIName);
return CPUName;
}
case llvm::Triple::nvptx:
case llvm::Triple::nvptx64:
if (const Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_march_EQ))
return A->getValue();
return "";
case llvm::Triple::ppc:
case llvm::Triple::ppc64:
case llvm::Triple::ppc64le: {
std::string TargetCPUName = getPPCTargetCPU(Args);
// LLVM may default to generating code for the native CPU,
// but, like gcc, we default to a more generic option for
// each architecture. (except on Darwin)
if (TargetCPUName.empty() && !T.isOSDarwin()) {
if (T.getArch() == llvm::Triple::ppc64)
TargetCPUName = "ppc64";
else if (T.getArch() == llvm::Triple::ppc64le)
TargetCPUName = "ppc64le";
else
TargetCPUName = "ppc";
}
return TargetCPUName;
}
case llvm::Triple::sparc:
case llvm::Triple::sparcel:
case llvm::Triple::sparcv9:
if (const Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mcpu_EQ))
return A->getValue();
return "";
case llvm::Triple::x86:
case llvm::Triple::x86_64:
return getX86TargetCPU(Args, T);
case llvm::Triple::hexagon:
return "hexagon" +
toolchains::HexagonToolChain::GetTargetCPUVersion(Args).str();
case llvm::Triple::lanai:
return getLanaiTargetCPU(Args);
case llvm::Triple::systemz:
return getSystemZTargetCPU(Args);
case llvm::Triple::r600:
case llvm::Triple::amdgcn:
return getR600TargetGPU(Args);
case llvm::Triple::wasm32:
case llvm::Triple::wasm64:
return getWebAssemblyTargetCPU(Args);
}
}
static unsigned getLTOParallelism(const ArgList &Args, const Driver &D) {
unsigned Parallelism = 0;
Arg *LtoJobsArg = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_flto_jobs_EQ);
if (LtoJobsArg &&
StringRef(LtoJobsArg->getValue()).getAsInteger(10, Parallelism))
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_invalid_int_value) << LtoJobsArg->getAsString(Args)
<< LtoJobsArg->getValue();
return Parallelism;
}
// CloudABI and WebAssembly use -ffunction-sections and -fdata-sections by
// default.
static bool isUseSeparateSections(const llvm::Triple &Triple) {
return Triple.getOS() == llvm::Triple::CloudABI ||
Triple.getArch() == llvm::Triple::wasm32 ||
Triple.getArch() == llvm::Triple::wasm64;
}
static void AddGoldPlugin(const ToolChain &ToolChain, const ArgList &Args,
ArgStringList &CmdArgs, bool IsThinLTO,
const Driver &D) {
// Tell the linker to load the plugin. This has to come before AddLinkerInputs
// as gold requires -plugin to come before any -plugin-opt that -Wl might
// forward.
CmdArgs.push_back("-plugin");
std::string Plugin =
ToolChain.getDriver().Dir + "/../lib" CLANG_LIBDIR_SUFFIX "/LLVMgold.so";
CmdArgs.push_back(Args.MakeArgString(Plugin));
// Try to pass driver level flags relevant to LTO code generation down to
// the plugin.
// Handle flags for selecting CPU variants.
std::string CPU = getCPUName(Args, ToolChain.getTriple());
if (!CPU.empty())
CmdArgs.push_back(Args.MakeArgString(Twine("-plugin-opt=mcpu=") + CPU));
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_O_Group)) {
StringRef OOpt;
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_O4) ||
A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_Ofast))
OOpt = "3";
else if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_O))
OOpt = A->getValue();
else if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_O0))
OOpt = "0";
if (!OOpt.empty())
CmdArgs.push_back(Args.MakeArgString(Twine("-plugin-opt=O") + OOpt));
}
if (IsThinLTO)
CmdArgs.push_back("-plugin-opt=thinlto");
if (unsigned Parallelism = getLTOParallelism(Args, D))
CmdArgs.push_back(Args.MakeArgString(Twine("-plugin-opt=jobs=") +
llvm::to_string(Parallelism)));
// If an explicit debugger tuning argument appeared, pass it along.
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_gTune_Group,
options::OPT_ggdbN_Group)) {
if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_glldb))
CmdArgs.push_back("-plugin-opt=-debugger-tune=lldb");
else if (A->getOption().matches(options::OPT_gsce))
CmdArgs.push_back("-plugin-opt=-debugger-tune=sce");
else
CmdArgs.push_back("-plugin-opt=-debugger-tune=gdb");
}
bool UseSeparateSections =
isUseSeparateSections(ToolChain.getEffectiveTriple());
if (Args.hasFlag(options::OPT_ffunction_sections,
options::OPT_fno_function_sections, UseSeparateSections)) {
CmdArgs.push_back("-plugin-opt=-function-sections");
}
if (Args.hasFlag(options::OPT_fdata_sections, options::OPT_fno_data_sections,
UseSeparateSections)) {
CmdArgs.push_back("-plugin-opt=-data-sections");
}
if (Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_fprofile_sample_use_EQ)) {
StringRef FName = A->getValue();
if (!llvm::sys::fs::exists(FName))
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_no_such_file) << FName;
else
CmdArgs.push_back(
Args.MakeArgString(Twine("-plugin-opt=sample-profile=") + FName));
}
}
/// This is a helper function for validating the optional refinement step
/// parameter in reciprocal argument strings. Return false if there is an error
/// parsing the refinement step. Otherwise, return true and set the Position
/// of the refinement step in the input string.
static bool getRefinementStep(StringRef In, const Driver &D,
const Arg &A, size_t &Position) {
const char RefinementStepToken = ':';
Position = In.find(RefinementStepToken);
if (Position != StringRef::npos) {
StringRef Option = A.getOption().getName();
StringRef RefStep = In.substr(Position + 1);
// Allow exactly one numeric character for the additional refinement
// step parameter. This is reasonable for all currently-supported
// operations and architectures because we would expect that a larger value
// of refinement steps would cause the estimate "optimization" to
// under-perform the native operation. Also, if the estimate does not
// converge quickly, it probably will not ever converge, so further
// refinement steps will not produce a better answer.
if (RefStep.size() != 1) {
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_invalid_value) << Option << RefStep;
return false;
}
char RefStepChar = RefStep[0];
if (RefStepChar < '0' || RefStepChar > '9') {
D.Diag(diag::err_drv_invalid_value) << Option << RefStep;
return false;
}
}
return true;
}
/// The -mrecip flag requires processing of many optional parameters.
static void ParseMRecip(const Driver &D, const ArgList &Args,
ArgStringList &OutStrings) {
StringRef DisabledPrefixIn = "!";
StringRef DisabledPrefixOut = "!";
StringRef EnabledPrefixOut = "";
StringRef Out = "-mrecip=";
Arg *A = Args.getLastArg(options::OPT_mrecip, options::OPT_mrecip_EQ);
if (!A)
return;
unsigned NumOptions = A->getNumValues();
if (NumOptions == 0) {
// No option is the same as "all".
OutStrings.push_back(Args.MakeArgString(Out + "all"));
return;
}
// Pass through "all", "none", or "default" with an optional refinement step.
if (NumOptions == 1) {
StringRef Val = A->getValue(0);
size_t RefStepLoc;
if (!getRefinementStep(Val, D, *A, RefStepLoc))
return;
StringRef ValBase = Val.slice(0, RefStepLoc);
if (ValBase == "all" || ValBase == "none" || ValBase == "default") {
OutStrings.push_back(Args.MakeArgString(Out + Val));
return;
}
}
// Each reciprocal type may be enabled or disabled individually.
// Check each input value for validity, concatenate them all back together,
// and pass through.
llvm::StringMap<bool> OptionStrings;
OptionStrings.insert(std::make_pair("divd", false));
OptionStrings.insert(std::make_pair("divf", false));
OptionStrings.insert(std::make_pair("vec-divd", false));
OptionStrings.insert(std::make_pair("vec-divf", false));
OptionStrings.insert(std::make_pair("sqrtd", false));
OptionStrings.insert(std::make_pair("sqrtf", false));
OptionStrings.insert(std::make_pair("vec-sqrtd", false));
OptionStrings.insert(std::make_pair("vec-sqrtf", false));
for (unsigned i = 0; i != NumOptions; ++i) {
StringRef Val = A->getValue(i);
bool IsDisabled = Val.startswith(DisabledPrefixIn);
// Ignore the disablement token for string matching.
if (IsDisabled)
Val = Val.substr(1);
size_t RefStep;
if (!getRefinementStep(Val, D, *A, RefStep))
return;
StringRef ValBase = Val.slice(0, RefStep);
llvm::StringMap<bool>::iterator OptionIter = OptionStrings.find(ValBase);
if (OptionIter == OptionStrings.end()) {
// Try again specifying float suffix.
OptionIter = OptionStrings.find(ValBase.str() + 'f');
if (OptionIter == OptionStrings.end()) {
// The input name did not match any known option string.