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Fix per-processor model scheduler definition completeness check

Authored by uweigand on Oct 31 2016, 9:50 AM.



The CodeGenSchedModels::checkCompleteness routine in TableGen/CodeGenSchedule.cpp is supposed to verify for each processor model that is marked as "complete" that it actually defines a scheduling class for each instruction.

However, we had noticed a while ago (as pointed out in comments to D17260), that this doesn't actually appear to work. I've now identified the reason for this:

if (SC.ItinClassDef != nullptr)

This is apparently supposed to skip the processor model verification if the scheduling class defines an itinerary. However, the SC.ItinClassDef pointer never seems to be null; instead, for scheduling classes without itinerary, it points to a special "NoItinerary" record. Other places in the code check for that record instead.

By changing checkCompleteness to do the same, the completeness check now works. (It actually found a couple of problems in the SystemZ back-end, which have now been fixed in commits 288576 and 288577.

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uweigand updated this revision to Diff 76436.Oct 31 2016, 9:50 AM
uweigand retitled this revision from to Fix per-processor model scheduler definition completeness check.
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atrick accepted this revision.Oct 31 2016, 10:16 AM
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Thanks. This is great, as long as you tested all in-tree targets.

This revision is now accepted and ready to land.Oct 31 2016, 10:16 AM

Yes, the in-tree targets all look good.

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