Hoopl examples

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Dead assignment removal

This was originally part of CmmLive module but was removed due to being too slow. According to Simon Marlow "a single removeDeadAssigments pass costs about 5% of compilation time, and in the vast majority of code does nothing over what CmmSink already does".

removeDeadAssignments :: DynFlags -> CmmGraph
                      -> UniqSM (CmmGraph, BlockEnv CmmLocalLive)
removeDeadAssignments dflags g =
   dataflowPassBwd g [] $ analRewBwd liveLattice (xferLive dflags) rewrites
   where rewrites = mkBRewrite3 nothing middle nothing
         -- SDM: no need for deepBwdRw here, we only rewrite to empty
         -- Beware: deepBwdRw with one polymorphic function seems more
         -- reasonable here, but GHC panics while compiling, see bug
         -- #4045.
         middle :: CmmNode O O -> Fact O CmmLocalLive -> CmmReplGraph O O
         middle (CmmAssign (CmmLocal reg') _) live
                 | not (reg' `elemRegSet` live)
                 = return $ Just emptyGraph
         -- XXX maybe this should be somewhere else...
         middle (CmmAssign lhs (CmmReg rhs))   _ | lhs == rhs
                 = return $ Just emptyGraph
         middle (CmmStore lhs (CmmLoad rhs _)) _ | lhs == rhs
                 = return $ Just emptyGraph
         middle _ _ = return Nothing

         nothing :: CmmNode e x -> Fact x CmmLocalLive -> CmmReplGraph e x
         nothing _ _ = return Nothing

CmmRewriteAssignments optimization pass

The CmmRewriteAssignments pass was originally written by Edward Z. Yang to perform Cmm optimizations like inlining and sinking. However, it turned out to be too slow and was replaced with CmmSink pass written by Simon Marlow. CmmSink does almost the same things as CmmRewriteAssignments, the most notable difference being that the former does not handle loops. Code of CmmRewriteAssignments is available in this attachment.

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