Previously if you had
- a function with the fast-math-enabled attr, followed by
- a function without the fast-math attr,
the second function would inherit the first function's fast-math-ness.
This means that mixing fast-math and non-fast-math functions in a module
was completely broken unless you explicitly annotated every
non-fast-math function with "unsafe-fp-math"="false". This appears to
have been broken since at r176986 (March 2013), when the
resetTargetOptions function was introduced.
This patch tests the correct behavior as best we can. I don't think I
can test FPDenormalMode and NoTrappingFPMath, because they aren't used
in any backends during function lowering. Surprisingly, I also can't
find any uses at all of LessPreciseFPMAD affecting generated code.
The NVPTX/fast-math.ll test changes are an expected result of fixing
this bug. When FMA is disabled, we emit add as "add.rn.f32", which
prevents fma combining. Before this patch, fast-math was enabled in all
functions following the one which explicitly enabled it on itself, so we
were emitting plain "add.f32" where we should have generated