The generic BaseMemOpClusterMutation calls into TargetInstrInfo to
analyze the address of each load/store instruction, and again to decide
whether two instructions should be clustered. Previously this had to
represent each address as a single base operand plus a constant byte
offset. This patch extends it to support any number of base operands.
The old target hook getMemOperandWithOffset is now a convenience
function for callers that are only prepared to handle a single base
operand. It calls the new more general target hook
The only requirements for the base operands returned by
- they can be sorted by MemOpInfo::Compare, such that clusterable ops
get sorted next to each other, and
- shouldClusterMemOps knows what they mean.
One simple follow-on is to enable clustering of AMDGPU FLAT instructions
with both vaddr and saddr (base register + offset register). I've left
a FIXME in the code for this case.