svn commit: r232721 - head/sys/x86/include
tijl at freebsd.org
Wed Mar 21 08:32:12 UTC 2012
On Tuesday 20 March 2012 19:56:14 John Baldwin wrote:
> On Tuesday, March 20, 2012 10:19:07 am Tijl Coosemans wrote:
>> On Tuesday 20 March 2012 13:34:10 John Baldwin wrote:
>>> BTW, I think I found an old "bug" in this file. The _gen() variants
>>> should only use the _gen() variants of smaller types rather than using
>>> the version that re-checks __build_constant_p() I think. That is:
>>> Index: x86/include/endian.h
>>> --- endian.h (revision 233184)
>>> +++ endian.h (working copy)
>>> @@ -65,9 +65,9 @@
>>> #define __bswap16_gen(x) (__uint16_t)((x) << 8 | (x) >> 8)
>>> #define __bswap32_gen(x) \
>>> - (((__uint32_t)__bswap16(x) << 16) | __bswap16((x) >> 16))
>>> + (((__uint32_t)__bswap16_gen(x) << 16) | __bswap16_gen((x) >> 16))
>>> #define __bswap64_gen(x) \
>>> - (((__uint64_t)__bswap32(x) << 32) | __bswap32((x) >> 32))
>>> + (((__uint64_t)__bswap32_gen(x) << 32) | __bswap32_gen((x) >> 32))
>>> #ifdef __GNUCLIKE_BUILTIN_CONSTANT_P
>>> #define __bswap16(x) \
>>> I ran into this while porting the __builtin_constant_p() functionality
>>> over to ia64.
>> No, on i386 bswap64 with a variable argument currently expands to two
>> bswap instructions. With your change it would be many shifts and logical
>> operations. The _gen variants are more like fallback implementations.
>> If bswapNN cannot be implemented directly it is split up. If those
>> smaller problems can be implemented directly, good, if not split it up
>> again and so on.
> Oh, I now parse the comment in __bswap64_var() correctly. That's fugly.
> Still, it seems that if I keep the patch to port this to ia64 (so it
> can do constants as constants), then it will need to use this approach
> since it won't have the i386 problem (in its case the _gen variants
> are only used for constants).
Maybe name them _const then as on other architectures.
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