[DFAPacketizer] Reapply: Track resources for packetized instructions

Authored by jmolloy on Sep 9 2019, 6:17 AM.


[DFAPacketizer] Reapply: Track resources for packetized instructions

Reapply with fix to reduce resources required by the compiler - use
unsigned[2] instead of std::pair. This causes clang and gcc to compile
the generated file multiple times faster, and hopefully will reduce
the resource requirements on Visual Studio also. This fix is a little
ugly but it's clearly the same issue the previous author of
DFAPacketizer faced (the previous tables use unsigned[2] rather uglily

This patch allows the DFAPacketizer to be queried after a packet is formed to work out which
resources were allocated to the packetized instructions.

This is particularly important for targets that do their own bundle packing - it's not
sufficient to know simply that instructions can share a packet; which slots are used is
also required for encoding.

This extends the emitter to emit a side-table containing resource usage diffs for each
state transition. The packetizer maintains a set of all possible resource states in its
current state. After packetization is complete, all remaining resource states are
possible packetization strategies.

The sidetable is only ~500K for Hexagon, but the extra tracking is disabled by default
(most uses of the packetizer like MachinePipeliner don't care and don't need the extra
maintained state).

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D66936

llvm-svn: 371399