{-# LANGUAGE BangPatterns #-} {-# LANGUAGE GADTs #-} {-# LANGUAGE MultiParamTypeClasses #-} {-# LANGUAGE RankNTypes #-} {-# LANGUAGE ScopedTypeVariables #-} {-# LANGUAGE TypeFamilies #-} {-# OPTIONS_GHC -fprof-auto-top #-} -- -- Copyright (c) 2010, João Dias, Simon Marlow, Simon Peyton Jones, -- and Norman Ramsey -- -- Modifications copyright (c) The University of Glasgow 2012 -- -- This module is a specialised and optimised version of -- Compiler.Hoopl.Dataflow in the hoopl package. In particular it is -- specialised to the UniqSM monad. -- module Hoopl.Dataflow ( DataflowLattice(..), OldFact(..), NewFact(..), Fact, mkFactBase , ChangeFlag(..) , FwdPass(..), FwdTransfer, mkFTransfer, mkFTransfer3, getFTransfer3 -- * Respecting Fuel -- $fuel , FwdRewrite, mkFRewrite, mkFRewrite3, getFRewrite3, noFwdRewrite , wrapFR, wrapFR2 , BwdPass(..), BwdTransfer, mkBTransfer, mkBTransfer3, getBTransfer3 , wrapBR, wrapBR2 , BwdRewrite, mkBRewrite, mkBRewrite3, getBRewrite3, noBwdRewrite , analyzeAndRewriteFwd, analyzeAndRewriteBwd , analyzeFwd, analyzeFwdBlocks, analyzeBwd ) where import UniqSupply import Data.Maybe import Data.Array import Compiler.Hoopl hiding ( mkBRewrite3, mkFRewrite3, noFwdRewrite, noBwdRewrite , analyzeAndRewriteBwd, analyzeAndRewriteFwd ) import Compiler.Hoopl.Internals ( wrapFR, wrapFR2 , wrapBR, wrapBR2 , splice ) -- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- noRewrite :: a -> b -> UniqSM (Maybe c) noRewrite _ _ = return Nothing noFwdRewrite :: FwdRewrite UniqSM n f noFwdRewrite = FwdRewrite3 (noRewrite, noRewrite, noRewrite) -- | Functions passed to 'mkFRewrite3' should not be aware of the fuel supply. -- The result returned by 'mkFRewrite3' respects fuel. mkFRewrite3 :: forall n f. (n C O -> f -> UniqSM (Maybe (Graph n C O))) -> (n O O -> f -> UniqSM (Maybe (Graph n O O))) -> (n O C -> f -> UniqSM (Maybe (Graph n O C))) -> FwdRewrite UniqSM n f mkFRewrite3 f m l = FwdRewrite3 (lift f, lift m, lift l) where lift :: forall t t1 a. (t -> t1 -> UniqSM (Maybe a)) -> t -> t1 -> UniqSM (Maybe (a, FwdRewrite UniqSM n f)) {-# INLINE lift #-} lift rw node fact = do a <- rw node fact case a of Nothing -> return Nothing Just a -> return (Just (a,noFwdRewrite)) noBwdRewrite :: BwdRewrite UniqSM n f noBwdRewrite = BwdRewrite3 (noRewrite, noRewrite, noRewrite) mkBRewrite3 :: forall n f. (n C O -> f -> UniqSM (Maybe (Graph n C O))) -> (n O O -> f -> UniqSM (Maybe (Graph n O O))) -> (n O C -> FactBase f -> UniqSM (Maybe (Graph n O C))) -> BwdRewrite UniqSM n f mkBRewrite3 f m l = BwdRewrite3 (lift f, lift m, lift l) where lift :: forall t t1 a. (t -> t1 -> UniqSM (Maybe a)) -> t -> t1 -> UniqSM (Maybe (a, BwdRewrite UniqSM n f)) {-# INLINE lift #-} lift rw node fact = do a <- rw node fact case a of Nothing -> return Nothing Just a -> return (Just (a,noBwdRewrite)) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- Analyze and rewrite forward: the interface ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- | if the graph being analyzed is open at the entry, there must -- be no other entry point, or all goes horribly wrong... analyzeAndRewriteFwd :: forall n f e x . NonLocal n => FwdPass UniqSM n f -> MaybeC e [Label] -> Graph n e x -> Fact e f -> UniqSM (Graph n e x, FactBase f, MaybeO x f) analyzeAndRewriteFwd pass entries g f = do (rg, fout) <- arfGraph pass (fmap targetLabels entries) g f let (g', fb) = normalizeGraph rg return (g', fb, distinguishedExitFact g' fout) distinguishedExitFact :: forall n e x f . Graph n e x -> Fact x f -> MaybeO x f distinguishedExitFact g f = maybe g where maybe :: Graph n e x -> MaybeO x f maybe GNil = JustO f maybe (GUnit {}) = JustO f maybe (GMany _ _ x) = case x of NothingO -> NothingO JustO _ -> JustO f ---------------------------------------------------------------- -- Forward Implementation ---------------------------------------------------------------- type Entries e = MaybeC e [Label] arfGraph :: forall n f e x . NonLocal n => FwdPass UniqSM n f -> Entries e -> Graph n e x -> Fact e f -> UniqSM (DG f n e x, Fact x f) arfGraph pass@FwdPass { fp_lattice = lattice, fp_transfer = transfer, fp_rewrite = rewrite } entries g in_fact = graph g in_fact where {- nested type synonyms would be so lovely here type ARF thing = forall e x . thing e x -> f -> m (DG f n e x, Fact x f) type ARFX thing = forall e x . thing e x -> Fact e f -> m (DG f n e x, Fact x f) -} graph :: Graph n e x -> Fact e f -> UniqSM (DG f n e x, Fact x f) block :: forall e x . Block n e x -> f -> UniqSM (DG f n e x, Fact x f) body :: [Label] -> LabelMap (Block n C C) -> Fact C f -> UniqSM (DG f n C C, Fact C f) -- Outgoing factbase is restricted to Labels *not* in -- in the Body; the facts for Labels *in* -- the Body are in the 'DG f n C C' cat :: forall e a x f1 f2 f3. (f1 -> UniqSM (DG f n e a, f2)) -> (f2 -> UniqSM (DG f n a x, f3)) -> (f1 -> UniqSM (DG f n e x, f3)) graph GNil f = return (dgnil, f) graph (GUnit blk) f = block blk f graph (GMany e bdy x) f = ((e `ebcat` bdy) `cat` exit x) f where ebcat :: MaybeO e (Block n O C) -> Body n -> Fact e f -> UniqSM (DG f n e C, Fact C f) exit :: MaybeO x (Block n C O) -> Fact C f -> UniqSM (DG f n C x, Fact x f) exit (JustO blk) f = arfx block blk f exit NothingO f = return (dgnilC, f) ebcat entry bdy f = c entries entry f where c :: MaybeC e [Label] -> MaybeO e (Block n O C) -> Fact e f -> UniqSM (DG f n e C, Fact C f) c NothingC (JustO entry) f = (block entry `cat` body (successors entry) bdy) f c (JustC entries) NothingO f = body entries bdy f c _ _ _ = error "bogus GADT pattern match failure" -- Lift from nodes to blocks block BNil f = return (dgnil, f) block (BlockCO n b) f = (node n `cat` block b) f block (BlockCC l b n) f = (node l `cat` block b `cat` node n) f block (BlockOC b n) f = (block b `cat` node n) f block (BMiddle n) f = node n f block (BCat b1 b2) f = (block b1 `cat` block b2) f block (BSnoc h n) f = (block h `cat` node n) f block (BCons n t) f = (node n `cat` block t) f {-# INLINE node #-} node :: forall e x . (ShapeLifter e x) => n e x -> f -> UniqSM (DG f n e x, Fact x f) node n f = do { grw <- frewrite rewrite n f ; case grw of Nothing -> return ( singletonDG f n , ftransfer transfer n f ) Just (g, rw) -> let pass' = pass { fp_rewrite = rw } f' = fwdEntryFact n f in arfGraph pass' (fwdEntryLabel n) g f' } -- | Compose fact transformers and concatenate the resulting -- rewritten graphs. {-# INLINE cat #-} cat ft1 ft2 f = do { (g1,f1) <- ft1 f ; (g2,f2) <- ft2 f1 ; let !g = g1 `dgSplice` g2 ; return (g, f2) } arfx :: forall x . (Block n C x -> f -> UniqSM (DG f n C x, Fact x f)) -> (Block n C x -> Fact C f -> UniqSM (DG f n C x, Fact x f)) arfx arf thing fb = arf thing $ fromJust $ lookupFact (entryLabel thing) $ joinInFacts lattice fb -- joinInFacts adds debugging information -- Outgoing factbase is restricted to Labels *not* in -- in the Body; the facts for Labels *in* -- the Body are in the 'DG f n C C' body entries blockmap init_fbase = fixpoint Fwd lattice do_block entries blockmap init_fbase where lattice = fp_lattice pass do_block :: forall x . Block n C x -> FactBase f -> UniqSM (DG f n C x, Fact x f) do_block b fb = block b entryFact where entryFact = getFact lattice (entryLabel b) fb -- Join all the incoming facts with bottom. -- We know the results _shouldn't change_, but the transfer -- functions might, for example, generate some debugging traces. joinInFacts :: DataflowLattice f -> FactBase f -> FactBase f joinInFacts (lattice @ DataflowLattice {fact_bot = bot, fact_join = fj}) fb = mkFactBase lattice $ map botJoin $ mapToList fb where botJoin (l, f) = (l, snd $ fj l (OldFact bot) (NewFact f)) forwardBlockList :: (NonLocal n) => [Label] -> Body n -> [Block n C C] -- This produces a list of blocks in order suitable for forward analysis, -- along with the list of Labels it may depend on for facts. forwardBlockList entries blks = postorder_dfs_from blks entries ---------------------------------------------------------------- -- Forward Analysis only ---------------------------------------------------------------- -- | if the graph being analyzed is open at the entry, there must -- be no other entry point, or all goes horribly wrong... analyzeFwd :: forall n f e . NonLocal n => FwdPass UniqSM n f -> MaybeC e [Label] -> Graph n e C -> Fact e f -> FactBase f analyzeFwd FwdPass { fp_lattice = lattice, fp_transfer = FwdTransfer3 (ftr, mtr, ltr) } entries g in_fact = graph g in_fact where graph :: Graph n e C -> Fact e f -> FactBase f graph (GMany entry blockmap NothingO) = case (entries, entry) of (NothingC, JustO entry) -> block entry `cat` body (successors entry) (JustC entries, NothingO) -> body entries _ -> error "bogus GADT pattern match failure" where body :: [Label] -> Fact C f -> Fact C f body entries f = fixpointAnal Fwd lattice do_block entries blockmap f where do_block :: forall x . Block n C x -> FactBase f -> Fact x f do_block b fb = block b entryFact where entryFact = getFact lattice (entryLabel b) fb -- NB. eta-expand block, GHC can't do this by itself. See #5809. block :: forall e x . Block n e x -> f -> Fact x f block BNil f = f block (BlockCO n b) f = (ftr n `cat` block b) f block (BlockCC l b n) f = (ftr l `cat` (block b `cat` ltr n)) f block (BlockOC b n) f = (block b `cat` ltr n) f block (BMiddle n) f = mtr n f block (BCat b1 b2) f = (block b1 `cat` block b2) f block (BSnoc h n) f = (block h `cat` mtr n) f block (BCons n t) f = (mtr n `cat` block t) f {-# INLINE cat #-} cat :: forall f1 f2 f3 . (f1 -> f2) -> (f2 -> f3) -> (f1 -> f3) cat ft1 ft2 = \f -> ft2 $! ft1 f -- | if the graph being analyzed is open at the entry, there must -- be no other entry point, or all goes horribly wrong... analyzeFwdBlocks :: forall n f e . NonLocal n => FwdPass UniqSM n f -> MaybeC e [Label] -> Graph n e C -> Fact e f -> FactBase f analyzeFwdBlocks FwdPass { fp_lattice = lattice, fp_transfer = FwdTransfer3 (ftr, _, ltr) } entries g in_fact = graph g in_fact where graph :: Graph n e C -> Fact e f -> FactBase f graph (GMany entry blockmap NothingO) = case (entries, entry) of (NothingC, JustO entry) -> block entry `cat` body (successors entry) (JustC entries, NothingO) -> body entries _ -> error "bogus GADT pattern match failure" where body :: [Label] -> Fact C f -> Fact C f body entries f = fixpointAnal Fwd lattice do_block entries blockmap f where do_block :: forall x . Block n C x -> FactBase f -> Fact x f do_block b fb = block b entryFact where entryFact = getFact lattice (entryLabel b) fb -- NB. eta-expand block, GHC can't do this by itself. See #5809. block :: forall e x . Block n e x -> f -> Fact x f block BNil f = f block (BlockCO n _) f = ftr n f block (BlockCC l _ n) f = (ftr l `cat` ltr n) f block (BlockOC _ n) f = ltr n f block _ _ = error "analyzeFwdBlocks" {-# INLINE cat #-} cat :: forall f1 f2 f3 . (f1 -> f2) -> (f2 -> f3) -> (f1 -> f3) cat ft1 ft2 = \f -> ft2 $! ft1 f ---------------------------------------------------------------- -- Backward Analysis only ---------------------------------------------------------------- -- | if the graph being analyzed is open at the entry, there must -- be no other entry point, or all goes horribly wrong... analyzeBwd :: forall n f e . NonLocal n => BwdPass UniqSM n f -> MaybeC e [Label] -> Graph n e C -> Fact C f -> FactBase f analyzeBwd BwdPass { bp_lattice = lattice, bp_transfer = BwdTransfer3 (ftr, mtr, ltr) } entries g in_fact = graph g in_fact where graph :: Graph n e C -> Fact C f -> FactBase f graph (GMany entry blockmap NothingO) = case (entries, entry) of (NothingC, JustO entry) -> body (successors entry) (JustC entries, NothingO) -> body entries _ -> error "bogus GADT pattern match failure" where body :: [Label] -> Fact C f -> Fact C f body entries f = fixpointAnal Bwd lattice do_block entries blockmap f where do_block :: forall x . Block n C x -> Fact x f -> FactBase f do_block b fb = mapSingleton (entryLabel b) (block b fb) -- NB. eta-expand block, GHC can't do this by itself. See #5809. block :: forall e x . Block n e x -> Fact x f -> f block BNil f = f block (BlockCO n b) f = (ftr n `cat` block b) f block (BlockCC l b n) f = ((ftr l `cat` block b) `cat` ltr n) f block (BlockOC b n) f = (block b `cat` ltr n) f block (BMiddle n) f = mtr n f block (BCat b1 b2) f = (block b1 `cat` block b2) f block (BSnoc h n) f = (block h `cat` mtr n) f block (BCons n t) f = (mtr n `cat` block t) f {-# INLINE cat #-} cat :: forall f1 f2 f3 . (f2 -> f3) -> (f1 -> f2) -> (f1 -> f3) cat ft1 ft2 = \f -> ft1 $! ft2 f ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- Backward analysis and rewriting: the interface ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- | if the graph being analyzed is open at the exit, I don't -- quite understand the implications of possible other exits analyzeAndRewriteBwd :: NonLocal n => BwdPass UniqSM n f -> MaybeC e [Label] -> Graph n e x -> Fact x f -> UniqSM (Graph n e x, FactBase f, MaybeO e f) analyzeAndRewriteBwd pass entries g f = do (rg, fout) <- arbGraph pass (fmap targetLabels entries) g f let (g', fb) = normalizeGraph rg return (g', fb, distinguishedEntryFact g' fout) distinguishedEntryFact :: forall n e x f . Graph n e x -> Fact e f -> MaybeO e f distinguishedEntryFact g f = maybe g where maybe :: Graph n e x -> MaybeO e f maybe GNil = JustO f maybe (GUnit {}) = JustO f maybe (GMany e _ _) = case e of NothingO -> NothingO JustO _ -> JustO f ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- Backward implementation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- arbGraph :: forall n f e x . NonLocal n => BwdPass UniqSM n f -> Entries e -> Graph n e x -> Fact x f -> UniqSM (DG f n e x, Fact e f) arbGraph pass@BwdPass { bp_lattice = lattice, bp_transfer = transfer, bp_rewrite = rewrite } entries g in_fact = graph g in_fact where {- nested type synonyms would be so lovely here type ARB thing = forall e x . thing e x -> Fact x f -> m (DG f n e x, f) type ARBX thing = forall e x . thing e x -> Fact x f -> m (DG f n e x, Fact e f) -} graph :: Graph n e x -> Fact x f -> UniqSM (DG f n e x, Fact e f) block :: forall e x . Block n e x -> Fact x f -> UniqSM (DG f n e x, f) body :: [Label] -> Body n -> Fact C f -> UniqSM (DG f n C C, Fact C f) node :: forall e x . (ShapeLifter e x) => n e x -> Fact x f -> UniqSM (DG f n e x, f) cat :: forall e a x info info' info''. (info' -> UniqSM (DG f n e a, info'')) -> (info -> UniqSM (DG f n a x, info')) -> (info -> UniqSM (DG f n e x, info'')) graph GNil f = return (dgnil, f) graph (GUnit blk) f = block blk f graph (GMany e bdy x) f = ((e `ebcat` bdy) `cat` exit x) f where ebcat :: MaybeO e (Block n O C) -> Body n -> Fact C f -> UniqSM (DG f n e C, Fact e f) exit :: MaybeO x (Block n C O) -> Fact x f -> UniqSM (DG f n C x, Fact C f) exit (JustO blk) f = arbx block blk f exit NothingO f = return (dgnilC, f) ebcat entry bdy f = c entries entry f where c :: MaybeC e [Label] -> MaybeO e (Block n O C) -> Fact C f -> UniqSM (DG f n e C, Fact e f) c NothingC (JustO entry) f = (block entry `cat` body (successors entry) bdy) f c (JustC entries) NothingO f = body entries bdy f c _ _ _ = error "bogus GADT pattern match failure" -- Lift from nodes to blocks block BNil f = return (dgnil, f) block (BlockCO n b) f = (node n `cat` block b) f block (BlockCC l b n) f = (node l `cat` block b `cat` node n) f block (BlockOC b n) f = (block b `cat` node n) f block (BMiddle n) f = node n f block (BCat b1 b2) f = (block b1 `cat` block b2) f block (BSnoc h n) f = (block h `cat` node n) f block (BCons n t) f = (node n `cat` block t) f {-# INLINE node #-} node n f = do { bwdres <- brewrite rewrite n f ; case bwdres of Nothing -> return (singletonDG entry_f n, entry_f) where entry_f = btransfer transfer n f Just (g, rw) -> do { let pass' = pass { bp_rewrite = rw } ; (g, f) <- arbGraph pass' (fwdEntryLabel n) g f ; return (g, bwdEntryFact lattice n f)} } -- | Compose fact transformers and concatenate the resulting -- rewritten graphs. {-# INLINE cat #-} cat ft1 ft2 f = do { (g2,f2) <- ft2 f ; (g1,f1) <- ft1 f2 ; let !g = g1 `dgSplice` g2 ; return (g, f1) } arbx :: forall x . (Block n C x -> Fact x f -> UniqSM (DG f n C x, f)) -> (Block n C x -> Fact x f -> UniqSM (DG f n C x, Fact C f)) arbx arb thing f = do { (rg, f) <- arb thing f ; let fb = joinInFacts (bp_lattice pass) $ mapSingleton (entryLabel thing) f ; return (rg, fb) } -- joinInFacts adds debugging information -- Outgoing factbase is restricted to Labels *not* in -- in the Body; the facts for Labels *in* -- the Body are in the 'DG f n C C' body entries blockmap init_fbase = fixpoint Bwd (bp_lattice pass) do_block entries blockmap init_fbase where do_block :: forall x. Block n C x -> Fact x f -> UniqSM (DG f n C x, LabelMap f) do_block b f = do (g, f) <- block b f return (g, mapSingleton (entryLabel b) f) {- The forward and backward cases are not dual. In the forward case, the entry points are known, and one simply traverses the body blocks from those points. In the backward case, something is known about the exit points, but this information is essentially useless, because we don't actually have a dual graph (that is, one with edges reversed) to compute with. (Even if we did have a dual graph, it would not avail us---a backward analysis must include reachable blocks that don't reach the exit, as in a procedure that loops forever and has side effects.) -} ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- fixpoint ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- data Direction = Fwd | Bwd -- | fixpointing for analysis-only -- fixpointAnal :: forall n f. NonLocal n => Direction -> DataflowLattice f -> (Block n C C -> Fact C f -> Fact C f) -> [Label] -> LabelMap (Block n C C) -> Fact C f -> FactBase f fixpointAnal direction DataflowLattice{ fact_bot = _, fact_join = join } do_block entries blockmap init_fbase = loop start init_fbase where blocks = sortBlocks direction entries blockmap n = length blocks block_arr = {-# SCC "block_arr" #-} listArray (0,n-1) blocks start = {-# SCC "start" #-} [0..n-1] dep_blocks = {-# SCC "dep_blocks" #-} mkDepBlocks direction blocks loop :: IntHeap -- blocks still to analyse -> FactBase f -- current factbase (increases monotonically) -> FactBase f loop [] fbase = fbase loop (ix:todo) fbase = let blk = block_arr ! ix out_facts = {-# SCC "do_block" #-} do_block blk fbase !(todo', fbase') = {-# SCC "mapFoldWithKey" #-} mapFoldWithKey (updateFact join dep_blocks) (todo,fbase) out_facts in -- trace ("analysing: " ++ show (entryLabel blk)) $ -- trace ("fbase': " ++ show (mapKeys fbase')) $ return () -- trace ("changed: " ++ show changed) $ return () -- trace ("to analyse: " ++ show to_analyse) $ return () loop todo' fbase' -- | fixpointing for combined analysis/rewriting -- fixpoint :: forall n f. NonLocal n => Direction -> DataflowLattice f -> (Block n C C -> Fact C f -> UniqSM (DG f n C C, Fact C f)) -> [Label] -> LabelMap (Block n C C) -> (Fact C f -> UniqSM (DG f n C C, Fact C f)) fixpoint direction DataflowLattice{ fact_bot = _, fact_join = join } do_block entries blockmap init_fbase = do -- trace ("fixpoint: " ++ show (case direction of Fwd -> True; Bwd -> False) ++ " " ++ show (mapKeys blockmap) ++ show entries ++ " " ++ show (mapKeys init_fbase)) $ return() (fbase, newblocks) <- loop start init_fbase mapEmpty -- trace ("fixpoint DONE: " ++ show (mapKeys fbase) ++ show (mapKeys newblocks)) $ return() return (GMany NothingO newblocks NothingO, mapDeleteList (mapKeys blockmap) fbase) -- The successors of the Graph are the the Labels -- for which we have facts and which are *not* in -- the blocks of the graph where blocks = sortBlocks direction entries blockmap n = length blocks block_arr = {-# SCC "block_arr" #-} listArray (0,n-1) blocks start = {-# SCC "start" #-} [0..n-1] dep_blocks = {-# SCC "dep_blocks" #-} mkDepBlocks direction blocks loop :: IntHeap -> FactBase f -- current factbase (increases monotonically) -> LabelMap (DBlock f n C C) -- transformed graph -> UniqSM (FactBase f, LabelMap (DBlock f n C C)) loop [] fbase newblocks = return (fbase, newblocks) loop (ix:todo) fbase !newblocks = do let blk = block_arr ! ix -- trace ("analysing: " ++ show (entryLabel blk)) $ return () (rg, out_facts) <- do_block blk fbase let !(todo', fbase') = mapFoldWithKey (updateFact join dep_blocks) (todo,fbase) out_facts -- trace ("fbase': " ++ show (mapKeys fbase')) $ return () -- trace ("changed: " ++ show changed) $ return () -- trace ("to analyse: " ++ show to_analyse) $ return () let newblocks' = case rg of GMany _ blks _ -> mapUnion blks newblocks loop todo' fbase' newblocks' {- Note [TxFactBase invariants] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The TxFactBase is used only during a fixpoint iteration (or "sweep"), and accumulates facts (and the transformed code) during the fixpoint iteration. * tfb_fbase increases monotonically, across all sweeps * At the beginning of each sweep tfb_cha = NoChange tfb_lbls = {} * During each sweep we process each block in turn. Processing a block is done thus: 1. Read from tfb_fbase the facts for its entry label (forward) or successors labels (backward) 2. Transform those facts into new facts for its successors (forward) or entry label (backward) 3. Augment tfb_fbase with that info We call the labels read in step (1) the "in-labels" of the sweep * The field tfb_lbls is the set of in-labels of all blocks that have been processed so far this sweep, including the block that is currently being processed. tfb_lbls is initialised to {}. It is a subset of the Labels of the *original* (not transformed) blocks. * The tfb_cha field is set to SomeChange iff we decide we need to perform another iteration of the fixpoint loop. It is initialsed to NoChange. Specifically, we set tfb_cha to SomeChange in step (3) iff (a) The fact in tfb_fbase for a block L changes (b) L is in tfb_lbls Reason: until a label enters the in-labels its accumuated fact in tfb_fbase has not been read, hence cannot affect the outcome Note [Unreachable blocks] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A block that is not in the domain of tfb_fbase is "currently unreachable". A currently-unreachable block is not even analyzed. Reason: consider constant prop and this graph, with entry point L1: L1: x:=3; goto L4 L2: x:=4; goto L4 L4: if x>3 goto L2 else goto L5 Here L2 is actually unreachable, but if we process it with bottom input fact, we'll propagate (x=4) to L4, and nuke the otherwise-good rewriting of L4. * If a currently-unreachable block is not analyzed, then its rewritten graph will not be accumulated in tfb_rg. And that is good: unreachable blocks simply do not appear in the output. * Note that clients must be careful to provide a fact (even if bottom) for each entry point. Otherwise useful blocks may be garbage collected. * Note that updateFact must set the change-flag if a label goes from not-in-fbase to in-fbase, even if its fact is bottom. In effect the real fact lattice is UNR bottom the points above bottom * Even if the fact is going from UNR to bottom, we still call the client's fact_join function because it might give the client some useful debugging information. * All of this only applies for *forward* ixpoints. For the backward case we must treat every block as reachable; it might finish with a 'return', and therefore have no successors, for example. -} ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- Pieces that are shared by fixpoint and fixpoint_anal ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- | Sort the blocks into the right order for analysis. sortBlocks :: NonLocal n => Direction -> [Label] -> LabelMap (Block n C C) -> [Block n C C] sortBlocks direction entries blockmap = case direction of Fwd -> fwd Bwd -> reverse fwd where fwd = forwardBlockList entries blockmap -- | construct a mapping from L -> block indices. If the fact for L -- changes, re-analyse the given blocks. mkDepBlocks :: NonLocal n => Direction -> [Block n C C] -> LabelMap [Int] mkDepBlocks Fwd blocks = go blocks 0 mapEmpty where go [] !_ m = m go (b:bs) !n m = go bs (n+1) $! mapInsert (entryLabel b) [n] m mkDepBlocks Bwd blocks = go blocks 0 mapEmpty where go [] !_ m = m go (b:bs) !n m = go bs (n+1) $! go' (successors b) m where go' [] m = m go' (l:ls) m = go' ls (mapInsertWith (++) l [n] m) -- | After some new facts have been generated by analysing a block, we -- fold this function over them to generate (a) a list of block -- indices to (re-)analyse, and (b) the new FactBase. -- updateFact :: JoinFun f -> LabelMap [Int] -> Label -> f -- out fact -> (IntHeap, FactBase f) -> (IntHeap, FactBase f) updateFact fact_join dep_blocks lbl new_fact (todo, fbase) = case lookupFact lbl fbase of Nothing -> let !z = mapInsert lbl new_fact fbase in (changed, z) -- Note [no old fact] Just old_fact -> case fact_join lbl (OldFact old_fact) (NewFact new_fact) of (NoChange, _) -> (todo, fbase) (_, f) -> let !z = mapInsert lbl f fbase in (changed, z) where changed = foldr insertIntHeap todo $ mapFindWithDefault [] lbl dep_blocks {- Note [no old fact] We know that the new_fact is >= _|_, so we don't need to join. However, if the new fact is also _|_, and we have already analysed its block, we don't need to record a change. So there's a tradeoff here. It turns out that always recording a change is faster. -} ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- DG: an internal data type for 'decorated graphs' -- TOTALLY internal to Hoopl; each block is decorated with a fact ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- type DG f = Graph' (DBlock f) data DBlock f n e x = DBlock f (Block n e x) -- ^ block decorated with fact instance NonLocal n => NonLocal (DBlock f n) where entryLabel (DBlock _ b) = entryLabel b successors (DBlock _ b) = successors b --- constructors dgnil :: DG f n O O dgnilC :: DG f n C C dgSplice :: NonLocal n => DG f n e a -> DG f n a x -> DG f n e x ---- observers normalizeGraph :: forall n f e x . NonLocal n => DG f n e x -> (Graph n e x, FactBase f) -- A Graph together with the facts for that graph -- The domains of the two maps should be identical normalizeGraph g = (mapGraphBlocks dropFact g, facts g) where dropFact :: DBlock t t1 t2 t3 -> Block t1 t2 t3 dropFact (DBlock _ b) = b facts :: DG f n e x -> FactBase f facts GNil = noFacts facts (GUnit _) = noFacts facts (GMany _ body exit) = bodyFacts body `mapUnion` exitFacts exit exitFacts :: MaybeO x (DBlock f n C O) -> FactBase f exitFacts NothingO = noFacts exitFacts (JustO (DBlock f b)) = mapSingleton (entryLabel b) f bodyFacts :: LabelMap (DBlock f n C C) -> FactBase f bodyFacts body = mapFoldWithKey f noFacts body where f :: forall t a x. (NonLocal t) => Label -> DBlock a t C x -> LabelMap a -> LabelMap a f lbl (DBlock f _) fb = mapInsert lbl f fb --- implementation of the constructors (boring) dgnil = GNil dgnilC = GMany NothingO emptyBody NothingO dgSplice = splice fzCat where fzCat :: DBlock f n e O -> DBlock t n O x -> DBlock f n e x fzCat (DBlock f b1) (DBlock _ b2) = DBlock f $! b1 `blockAppend` b2 -- NB. strictness, this function is hammered. ---------------------------------------------------------------- -- Utilities ---------------------------------------------------------------- -- Lifting based on shape: -- - from nodes to blocks -- - from facts to fact-like things -- Lowering back: -- - from fact-like things to facts -- Note that the latter two functions depend only on the entry shape. class ShapeLifter e x where singletonDG :: f -> n e x -> DG f n e x fwdEntryFact :: NonLocal n => n e x -> f -> Fact e f fwdEntryLabel :: NonLocal n => n e x -> MaybeC e [Label] ftransfer :: FwdTransfer n f -> n e x -> f -> Fact x f frewrite :: FwdRewrite m n f -> n e x -> f -> m (Maybe (Graph n e x, FwdRewrite m n f)) -- @ end node.tex bwdEntryFact :: NonLocal n => DataflowLattice f -> n e x -> Fact e f -> f btransfer :: BwdTransfer n f -> n e x -> Fact x f -> f brewrite :: BwdRewrite m n f -> n e x -> Fact x f -> m (Maybe (Graph n e x, BwdRewrite m n f)) instance ShapeLifter C O where singletonDG f n = gUnitCO (DBlock f (BlockCO n BNil)) fwdEntryFact n f = mapSingleton (entryLabel n) f bwdEntryFact lat n fb = getFact lat (entryLabel n) fb ftransfer (FwdTransfer3 (ft, _, _)) n f = ft n f btransfer (BwdTransfer3 (bt, _, _)) n f = bt n f frewrite (FwdRewrite3 (fr, _, _)) n f = fr n f brewrite (BwdRewrite3 (br, _, _)) n f = br n f fwdEntryLabel n = JustC [entryLabel n] instance ShapeLifter O O where singletonDG f = gUnitOO . DBlock f . BMiddle fwdEntryFact _ f = f bwdEntryFact _ _ f = f ftransfer (FwdTransfer3 (_, ft, _)) n f = ft n f btransfer (BwdTransfer3 (_, bt, _)) n f = bt n f frewrite (FwdRewrite3 (_, fr, _)) n f = fr n f brewrite (BwdRewrite3 (_, br, _)) n f = br n f fwdEntryLabel _ = NothingC instance ShapeLifter O C where singletonDG f n = gUnitOC (DBlock f (BlockOC BNil n)) fwdEntryFact _ f = f bwdEntryFact _ _ f = f ftransfer (FwdTransfer3 (_, _, ft)) n f = ft n f btransfer (BwdTransfer3 (_, _, bt)) n f = bt n f frewrite (FwdRewrite3 (_, _, fr)) n f = fr n f brewrite (BwdRewrite3 (_, _, br)) n f = br n f fwdEntryLabel _ = NothingC {- class ShapeLifter e x where singletonDG :: f -> n e x -> DG f n e x instance ShapeLifter C O where singletonDG f n = gUnitCO (DBlock f (BlockCO n BNil)) instance ShapeLifter O O where singletonDG f = gUnitOO . DBlock f . BMiddle instance ShapeLifter O C where singletonDG f n = gUnitOC (DBlock f (BlockOC BNil n)) -} -- Fact lookup: the fact `orelse` bottom getFact :: DataflowLattice f -> Label -> FactBase f -> f getFact lat l fb = case lookupFact l fb of Just f -> f Nothing -> fact_bot lat {- Note [Respects fuel] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ -} -- $fuel -- A value of type 'FwdRewrite' or 'BwdRewrite' /respects fuel/ if -- any function contained within the value satisfies the following properties: -- -- * When fuel is exhausted, it always returns 'Nothing'. -- -- * When it returns @Just g rw@, it consumes /exactly/ one unit -- of fuel, and new rewrite 'rw' also respects fuel. -- -- Provided that functions passed to 'mkFRewrite', 'mkFRewrite3', -- 'mkBRewrite', and 'mkBRewrite3' are not aware of the fuel supply, -- the results respect fuel. -- -- It is an /unchecked/ run-time error for the argument passed to 'wrapFR', -- 'wrapFR2', 'wrapBR', or 'warpBR2' to return a function that does not respect fuel. -- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- a Heap of Int -- We should really use a proper Heap here, but my attempts to make -- one have not succeeded in beating the simple ordered list. Another -- alternative is IntSet (using deleteFindMin), but that was also -- slower than the ordered list in my experiments --SDM 25/1/2012 type IntHeap = [Int] -- ordered insertIntHeap :: Int -> [Int] -> [Int] insertIntHeap x [] = [x] insertIntHeap x (y:ys) | x < y = x : y : ys | x == y = x : ys | otherwise = y : insertIntHeap x ys