GCC Middle and Back End API Reference
dce.h File Reference
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Functions

void run_word_dce (void)
 
void run_fast_dce (void)
 
void run_fast_df_dce (void)
 

Function Documentation

◆ run_fast_dce()

void run_fast_dce ( void )
extern
Run a fast DCE pass.   

References rest_of_handle_fast_dce().

Referenced by cleanup_cfg(), and do_reload().

◆ run_fast_df_dce()

void run_fast_df_dce ( void )
extern
This is an internal call that is used by the df live register
problem to run fast dce as a side effect of creating the live
information.  The stack is organized so that the lr problem is run,
this pass is run, which updates the live info and the df scanning
info, and then returns to allow the rest of the problems to be run.

This can be called by elsewhere but it will not update the bit
vectors for any other problems than LR.   

References df_clear_flags(), DF_DEFER_INSN_RESCAN, df_in_progress, DF_NO_INSN_RESCAN, df_set_flags(), and rest_of_handle_fast_dce().

Referenced by df_lr_finalize().

◆ run_word_dce()

void run_word_dce ( void )
extern
RTL dead code elimination.
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Fast byte level DCE.   

References df_clear_flags(), DF_DEFER_INSN_RESCAN, DF_NO_INSN_RESCAN, df_set_flags(), df_word_lr_add_problem(), fast_dce(), fini_dce(), init_dce(), timevar_pop(), and timevar_push().

Referenced by decompose_multiword_subregs().