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[RISCV] Avoid Splitting MBB in RISCVExpandPseudo

Authored by lenary on Jul 9 2020, 5:41 AM.

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[RISCV] Avoid Splitting MBB in RISCVExpandPseudo

Since the RISCVExpandPseudo pass has been split from
RISCVExpandAtomicPseudo pass, it would be nice to run the former as
early as possible (The latter has to be run as late as possible to
ensure correctness). Running earlier means we can reschedule these pairs
as we see fit.

Running earlier in the machine pass pipeline is good, but would mean
teaching many more passes about hasLabelMustBeEmitted. Splitting the
basic blocks also pessimises possible optimisations because some
optimisations are MBB-local, and others are disabled if the block has
its address taken (which is notionally what hasLabelMustBeEmitted
means).

This patch uses a new approach of setting the pre-instruction symbol on
the AUIPC instruction to a temporary symbol and referencing that. This
avoids splitting the basic block, but allows us to reference exactly the
instruction that we need to. Notionally, this approach seems more
correct because we do actually want to address a specific instruction.

This then allows the pass to be moved much earlier in the pass pipeline,
before both scheduling and register allocation. However, to do so we
must leave the MIR in SSA form (by not redefining registers), and so use
a virtual register for the intermediate value. By using this virtual
register, this pass now has to come before register allocation.

Reviewed By: luismarques, asb

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D82988