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// Copyright 2018 the V8 project authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include "src/codegen/arm64/utils-arm64.h"
#include "src/codegen/register.h"
#include "src/codegen/reglist.h"
#include "src/common/globals.h"
namespace v8 {
namespace internal {
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Registers.
// clang-format off
R(0) R(1) R(2) R(3) R(4) R(5) R(6) R(7) \
R(8) R(9) R(10) R(11) R(12) R(13) R(14) R(15) \
R(16) R(17) R(18) R(19) R(20) R(21) R(22) R(23) \
R(24) R(25) R(26) R(27) R(28) R(29) R(30) R(31)
R(x0) R(x1) R(x2) R(x3) R(x4) R(x5) R(x6) R(x7) \
R(x8) R(x9) R(x10) R(x11) R(x12) R(x13) R(x14) R(x15) \
R(x16) R(x17) R(x18) R(x19) R(x20) R(x21) R(x22) R(x23) \
R(x24) R(x25) R(x26) R(x27) R(x28) R(x29) R(x30) R(x31)
// x18 is the platform register and is reserved for the use of platform ABIs.
// It is known to be reserved by the OS at least on Windows and iOS.
R(x0) R(x1) R(x2) R(x3) R(x4) R(x5) R(x6) R(x7) \
R(x8) R(x9) R(x10) R(x11) R(x12) R(x13) R(x14) R(x15) \
R(x19) R(x20) R(x21) R(x22) R(x23) R(x24) R(x25) \
R(x27) R(x28)
V(s0) V(s1) V(s2) V(s3) V(s4) V(s5) V(s6) V(s7) \
V(s8) V(s9) V(s10) V(s11) V(s12) V(s13) V(s14) V(s15) \
V(s16) V(s17) V(s18) V(s19) V(s20) V(s21) V(s22) V(s23) \
V(s24) V(s25) V(s26) V(s27) V(s28) V(s29) V(s30) V(s31)
R(d0) R(d1) R(d2) R(d3) R(d4) R(d5) R(d6) R(d7) \
R(d8) R(d9) R(d10) R(d11) R(d12) R(d13) R(d14) R(d15) \
R(d16) R(d17) R(d18) R(d19) R(d20) R(d21) R(d22) R(d23) \
R(d24) R(d25) R(d26) R(d27) R(d28) R(d29) R(d30) R(d31)
#define SIMD128_REGISTERS(V) \
V(q0) V(q1) V(q2) V(q3) V(q4) V(q5) V(q6) V(q7) \
V(q8) V(q9) V(q10) V(q11) V(q12) V(q13) V(q14) V(q15) \
V(q16) V(q17) V(q18) V(q19) V(q20) V(q21) V(q22) V(q23) \
V(q24) V(q25) V(q26) V(q27) V(q28) V(q29) V(q30) V(q31)
V(v0) V(v1) V(v2) V(v3) V(v4) V(v5) V(v6) V(v7) \
V(v8) V(v9) V(v10) V(v11) V(v12) V(v13) V(v14) V(v15) \
V(v16) V(v17) V(v18) V(v19) V(v20) V(v21) V(v22) V(v23) \
V(v24) V(v25) V(v26) V(v27) V(v28) V(v29) V(v30) V(v31)
// Register d29 could be allocated, but we keep an even length list here, in
// order to make stack alignment easier for save and restore.
R(d0) R(d1) R(d2) R(d3) R(d4) R(d5) R(d6) R(d7) \
R(d8) R(d9) R(d10) R(d11) R(d12) R(d13) R(d14) R(d16) \
R(d17) R(d18) R(d19) R(d20) R(d21) R(d22) R(d23) R(d24) \
R(d25) R(d26) R(d27) R(d28)
// clang-format on
constexpr int kRegListSizeInBits = sizeof(RegList) * kBitsPerByte;
const int kNumRegs = kNumberOfRegisters;
// Registers x0-x17 are caller-saved.
const int kNumJSCallerSaved = 18;
const RegList kJSCallerSaved = 0x3ffff;
// Number of registers for which space is reserved in safepoints. Must be a
// multiple of eight.
// TODO(all): Refine this number.
const int kNumSafepointRegisters = 32;
// Define the list of registers actually saved at safepoints.
// Note that the number of saved registers may be smaller than the reserved
// space, i.e. kNumSafepointSavedRegisters <= kNumSafepointRegisters.
#define kSafepointSavedRegisters CPURegList::GetSafepointSavedRegisters().list()
#define kNumSafepointSavedRegisters \
// Some CPURegister methods can return Register and VRegister types, so we
// need to declare them in advance.
class Register;
class VRegister;
enum RegisterCode {
#define REGISTER_CODE(R) kRegCode_##R,
class CPURegister : public RegisterBase<CPURegister, kRegAfterLast> {
enum RegisterType { kRegister, kVRegister, kNoRegister };
static constexpr CPURegister no_reg() {
return CPURegister{0, 0, kNoRegister};
template <int code, int size, RegisterType type>
static constexpr CPURegister Create() {
static_assert(IsValid(code, size, type), "Cannot create invalid registers");
return CPURegister{code, size, type};
static CPURegister Create(int code, int size, RegisterType type) {
DCHECK(IsValid(code, size, type));
return CPURegister{code, size, type};
RegisterType type() const { return reg_type_; }
int SizeInBits() const {
return reg_size_;
int SizeInBytes() const {
DCHECK_EQ(SizeInBits() % 8, 0);
return reg_size_ / 8;
bool Is8Bits() const {
return reg_size_ == 8;
bool Is16Bits() const {
return reg_size_ == 16;
bool Is32Bits() const {
return reg_size_ == 32;
bool Is64Bits() const {
return reg_size_ == 64;
bool Is128Bits() const {
return reg_size_ == 128;
bool IsValid() const { return reg_type_ != kNoRegister; }
bool IsNone() const { return reg_type_ == kNoRegister; }
bool Is(const CPURegister& other) const {
return Aliases(other) && (reg_size_ == other.reg_size_);
bool Aliases(const CPURegister& other) const {
return (reg_code_ == other.reg_code_) && (reg_type_ == other.reg_type_);
bool IsZero() const;
bool IsSP() const;
bool IsRegister() const { return reg_type_ == kRegister; }
bool IsVRegister() const { return reg_type_ == kVRegister; }
bool IsFPRegister() const { return IsS() || IsD(); }
bool IsW() const { return IsRegister() && Is32Bits(); }
bool IsX() const { return IsRegister() && Is64Bits(); }
// These assertions ensure that the size and type of the register are as
// described. They do not consider the number of lanes that make up a vector.
// So, for example, Is8B() implies IsD(), and Is1D() implies IsD, but IsD()
// does not imply Is1D() or Is8B().
// Check the number of lanes, ie. the format of the vector, using methods such
// as Is8B(), Is1D(), etc. in the VRegister class.
bool IsV() const { return IsVRegister(); }
bool IsB() const { return IsV() && Is8Bits(); }
bool IsH() const { return IsV() && Is16Bits(); }
bool IsS() const { return IsV() && Is32Bits(); }
bool IsD() const { return IsV() && Is64Bits(); }
bool IsQ() const { return IsV() && Is128Bits(); }
Register Reg() const;
VRegister VReg() const;
Register X() const;
Register W() const;
VRegister V() const;
VRegister B() const;
VRegister H() const;
VRegister D() const;
VRegister S() const;
VRegister Q() const;
bool IsSameSizeAndType(const CPURegister& other) const;
bool is(const CPURegister& other) const { return Is(other); }
bool is_valid() const { return IsValid(); }
int reg_size_;
RegisterType reg_type_;
#if defined(V8_OS_WIN) && !defined(__clang__)
// MSVC has problem to parse template base class as friend class.
friend RegisterBase;
friend class RegisterBase;
constexpr CPURegister(int code, int size, RegisterType type)
: RegisterBase(code), reg_size_(size), reg_type_(type) {}
static constexpr bool IsValidRegister(int code, int size) {
return (size == kWRegSizeInBits || size == kXRegSizeInBits) &&
(code < kNumberOfRegisters || code == kSPRegInternalCode);
static constexpr bool IsValidVRegister(int code, int size) {
return (size == kBRegSizeInBits || size == kHRegSizeInBits ||
size == kSRegSizeInBits || size == kDRegSizeInBits ||
size == kQRegSizeInBits) &&
code < kNumberOfVRegisters;
static constexpr bool IsValid(int code, int size, RegisterType type) {
return (type == kRegister && IsValidRegister(code, size)) ||
(type == kVRegister && IsValidVRegister(code, size));
static constexpr bool IsNone(int code, int size, RegisterType type) {
return type == kNoRegister && code == 0 && size == 0;
class Register : public CPURegister {
static constexpr Register no_reg() { return Register(CPURegister::no_reg()); }
template <int code, int size>
static constexpr Register Create() {
return Register(CPURegister::Create<code, size, CPURegister::kRegister>());
static Register Create(int code, int size) {
return Register(CPURegister::Create(code, size, CPURegister::kRegister));
static Register XRegFromCode(unsigned code);
static Register WRegFromCode(unsigned code);
static Register from_code(int code) {
// Always return an X register.
return Register::Create(code, kXRegSizeInBits);
template <int code>
static Register from_code() {
// Always return an X register.
return Register::Create<code, kXRegSizeInBits>();
static const char* GetSpecialRegisterName(int code) {
return (code == kSPRegInternalCode) ? "sp" : "UNKNOWN";
constexpr explicit Register(const CPURegister& r) : CPURegister(r) {}
constexpr bool kPadArguments = true;
constexpr bool kSimpleFPAliasing = true;
constexpr bool kSimdMaskRegisters = false;
enum DoubleRegisterCode {
#define REGISTER_CODE(R) kDoubleCode_##R,
// Functions for handling NEON vector format information.
enum VectorFormat {
kFormatUndefined = 0xffffffff,
kFormat8B = NEON_8B,
kFormat16B = NEON_16B,
kFormat4H = NEON_4H,
kFormat8H = NEON_8H,
kFormat2S = NEON_2S,
kFormat4S = NEON_4S,
kFormat1D = NEON_1D,
kFormat2D = NEON_2D,
// Scalar formats. We add the scalar bit to distinguish between scalar and
// vector enumerations; the bit is always set in the encoding of scalar ops
// and always clear for vector ops. Although kFormatD and kFormat1D appear
// to be the same, their meaning is subtly different. The first is a scalar
// operation, the second a vector operation that only affects one lane.
kFormatB = NEON_B | NEONScalar,
kFormatH = NEON_H | NEONScalar,
kFormatS = NEON_S | NEONScalar,
kFormatD = NEON_D | NEONScalar
VectorFormat VectorFormatHalfWidth(VectorFormat vform);
VectorFormat VectorFormatDoubleWidth(VectorFormat vform);
VectorFormat VectorFormatDoubleLanes(VectorFormat vform);
VectorFormat VectorFormatHalfLanes(VectorFormat vform);
VectorFormat ScalarFormatFromLaneSize(int lanesize);
VectorFormat VectorFormatHalfWidthDoubleLanes(VectorFormat vform);
VectorFormat VectorFormatFillQ(VectorFormat vform);
VectorFormat ScalarFormatFromFormat(VectorFormat vform);
V8_EXPORT_PRIVATE unsigned RegisterSizeInBitsFromFormat(VectorFormat vform);
unsigned RegisterSizeInBytesFromFormat(VectorFormat vform);
int LaneSizeInBytesFromFormat(VectorFormat vform);
unsigned LaneSizeInBitsFromFormat(VectorFormat vform);
int LaneSizeInBytesLog2FromFormat(VectorFormat vform);
V8_EXPORT_PRIVATE int LaneCountFromFormat(VectorFormat vform);
int MaxLaneCountFromFormat(VectorFormat vform);
V8_EXPORT_PRIVATE bool IsVectorFormat(VectorFormat vform);
int64_t MaxIntFromFormat(VectorFormat vform);
int64_t MinIntFromFormat(VectorFormat vform);
uint64_t MaxUintFromFormat(VectorFormat vform);
class VRegister : public CPURegister {
static constexpr VRegister no_reg() {
return VRegister(CPURegister::no_reg(), 0);
template <int code, int size, int lane_count = 1>
static constexpr VRegister Create() {
static_assert(IsValidLaneCount(lane_count), "Invalid lane count");
return VRegister(CPURegister::Create<code, size, kVRegister>(), lane_count);
static VRegister Create(int code, int size, int lane_count = 1) {
return VRegister(CPURegister::Create(code, size, CPURegister::kVRegister),
static VRegister Create(int reg_code, VectorFormat format) {
int reg_size = RegisterSizeInBitsFromFormat(format);
int reg_count = IsVectorFormat(format) ? LaneCountFromFormat(format) : 1;
return VRegister::Create(reg_code, reg_size, reg_count);
static VRegister BRegFromCode(unsigned code);
static VRegister HRegFromCode(unsigned code);
static VRegister SRegFromCode(unsigned code);
static VRegister DRegFromCode(unsigned code);
static VRegister QRegFromCode(unsigned code);
static VRegister VRegFromCode(unsigned code);
VRegister V8B() const {
return VRegister::Create(code(), kDRegSizeInBits, 8);
VRegister V16B() const {
return VRegister::Create(code(), kQRegSizeInBits, 16);
VRegister V4H() const {
return VRegister::Create(code(), kDRegSizeInBits, 4);
VRegister V8H() const {
return VRegister::Create(code(), kQRegSizeInBits, 8);
VRegister V2S() const {
return VRegister::Create(code(), kDRegSizeInBits, 2);
VRegister V4S() const {
return VRegister::Create(code(), kQRegSizeInBits, 4);
VRegister V2D() const {
return VRegister::Create(code(), kQRegSizeInBits, 2);
VRegister V1D() const {
return VRegister::Create(code(), kDRegSizeInBits, 1);
bool Is8B() const { return (Is64Bits() && (lane_count_ == 8)); }
bool Is16B() const { return (Is128Bits() && (lane_count_ == 16)); }
bool Is4H() const { return (Is64Bits() && (lane_count_ == 4)); }
bool Is8H() const { return (Is128Bits() && (lane_count_ == 8)); }
bool Is2S() const { return (Is64Bits() && (lane_count_ == 2)); }
bool Is4S() const { return (Is128Bits() && (lane_count_ == 4)); }
bool Is1D() const { return (Is64Bits() && (lane_count_ == 1)); }
bool Is2D() const { return (Is128Bits() && (lane_count_ == 2)); }
// For consistency, we assert the number of lanes of these scalar registers,
// even though there are no vectors of equivalent total size with which they
// could alias.
bool Is1B() const {
DCHECK(!(Is8Bits() && IsVector()));
return Is8Bits();
bool Is1H() const {
DCHECK(!(Is16Bits() && IsVector()));
return Is16Bits();
bool Is1S() const {
DCHECK(!(Is32Bits() && IsVector()));
return Is32Bits();
bool IsLaneSizeB() const { return LaneSizeInBits() == kBRegSizeInBits; }
bool IsLaneSizeH() const { return LaneSizeInBits() == kHRegSizeInBits; }
bool IsLaneSizeS() const { return LaneSizeInBits() == kSRegSizeInBits; }
bool IsLaneSizeD() const { return LaneSizeInBits() == kDRegSizeInBits; }
bool IsScalar() const { return lane_count_ == 1; }
bool IsVector() const { return lane_count_ > 1; }
bool IsSameFormat(const VRegister& other) const {
return (reg_size_ == other.reg_size_) && (lane_count_ == other.lane_count_);
int LaneCount() const { return lane_count_; }
unsigned LaneSizeInBytes() const { return SizeInBytes() / lane_count_; }
unsigned LaneSizeInBits() const { return LaneSizeInBytes() * 8; }
static constexpr int kMaxNumRegisters = kNumberOfVRegisters;
STATIC_ASSERT(kMaxNumRegisters == kDoubleAfterLast);
static VRegister from_code(int code) {
// Always return a D register.
return VRegister::Create(code, kDRegSizeInBits);
int lane_count_;
constexpr explicit VRegister(const CPURegister& r, int lane_count)
: CPURegister(r), lane_count_(lane_count) {}
static constexpr bool IsValidLaneCount(int lane_count) {
return base::bits::IsPowerOfTwo(lane_count) && lane_count <= 16;
// No*Reg is used to indicate an unused argument, or an error case. Note that
// these all compare equal (using the Is() method). The Register and VRegister
// variants are provided for convenience.
constexpr Register NoReg = Register::no_reg();
constexpr VRegister NoVReg = VRegister::no_reg();
constexpr CPURegister NoCPUReg = CPURegister::no_reg();
constexpr Register no_reg = NoReg;
constexpr VRegister no_dreg = NoVReg;
#define DEFINE_REGISTER(register_class, name, ...) \
constexpr register_class name = register_class::Create<__VA_ARGS__>()
#define ALIAS_REGISTER(register_class, alias, name) \
constexpr register_class alias = name
DEFINE_REGISTER(Register, w##N, N, kWRegSizeInBits); \
DEFINE_REGISTER(Register, x##N, N, kXRegSizeInBits);
DEFINE_REGISTER(Register, wsp, kSPRegInternalCode, kWRegSizeInBits);
DEFINE_REGISTER(Register, sp, kSPRegInternalCode, kXRegSizeInBits);
DEFINE_REGISTER(VRegister, b##N, N, kBRegSizeInBits); \
DEFINE_REGISTER(VRegister, h##N, N, kHRegSizeInBits); \
DEFINE_REGISTER(VRegister, s##N, N, kSRegSizeInBits); \
DEFINE_REGISTER(VRegister, d##N, N, kDRegSizeInBits); \
DEFINE_REGISTER(VRegister, q##N, N, kQRegSizeInBits); \
DEFINE_REGISTER(VRegister, v##N, N, kQRegSizeInBits);
// Registers aliases.
ALIAS_REGISTER(VRegister, v8_, v8); // Avoid conflicts with namespace v8.
ALIAS_REGISTER(Register, ip0, x16);
ALIAS_REGISTER(Register, ip1, x17);
ALIAS_REGISTER(Register, wip0, w16);
ALIAS_REGISTER(Register, wip1, w17);
// Root register.
ALIAS_REGISTER(Register, kRootRegister, x26);
ALIAS_REGISTER(Register, rr, x26);
// Context pointer register.
ALIAS_REGISTER(Register, cp, x27);
ALIAS_REGISTER(Register, fp, x29);
ALIAS_REGISTER(Register, lr, x30);
ALIAS_REGISTER(Register, xzr, x31);
ALIAS_REGISTER(Register, wzr, w31);
// Register used for padding stack slots.
ALIAS_REGISTER(Register, padreg, x31);
// Keeps the 0 double value.
ALIAS_REGISTER(VRegister, fp_zero, d15);
// MacroAssembler fixed V Registers.
ALIAS_REGISTER(VRegister, fp_fixed1, d28);
ALIAS_REGISTER(VRegister, fp_fixed2, d29);
// MacroAssembler scratch V registers.
ALIAS_REGISTER(VRegister, fp_scratch, d30);
ALIAS_REGISTER(VRegister, fp_scratch1, d30);
ALIAS_REGISTER(VRegister, fp_scratch2, d31);
// AreAliased returns true if any of the named registers overlap. Arguments set
// to NoReg are ignored. The system stack pointer may be specified.
bool AreAliased(const CPURegister& reg1, const CPURegister& reg2,
const CPURegister& reg3 = NoReg,
const CPURegister& reg4 = NoReg,
const CPURegister& reg5 = NoReg,
const CPURegister& reg6 = NoReg,
const CPURegister& reg7 = NoReg,
const CPURegister& reg8 = NoReg);
// AreSameSizeAndType returns true if all of the specified registers have the
// same size, and are of the same type. The system stack pointer may be
// specified. Arguments set to NoReg are ignored, as are any subsequent
// arguments. At least one argument (reg1) must be valid (not NoCPUReg).
V8_EXPORT_PRIVATE bool AreSameSizeAndType(
const CPURegister& reg1, const CPURegister& reg2 = NoCPUReg,
const CPURegister& reg3 = NoCPUReg, const CPURegister& reg4 = NoCPUReg,
const CPURegister& reg5 = NoCPUReg, const CPURegister& reg6 = NoCPUReg,
const CPURegister& reg7 = NoCPUReg, const CPURegister& reg8 = NoCPUReg);
// AreSameFormat returns true if all of the specified VRegisters have the same
// vector format. Arguments set to NoVReg are ignored, as are any subsequent
// arguments. At least one argument (reg1) must be valid (not NoVReg).
bool AreSameFormat(const VRegister& reg1, const VRegister& reg2,
const VRegister& reg3 = NoVReg,
const VRegister& reg4 = NoVReg);
// AreConsecutive returns true if all of the specified VRegisters are
// consecutive in the register file. Arguments may be set to NoVReg, and if so,
// subsequent arguments must also be NoVReg. At least one argument (reg1) must
// be valid (not NoVReg).
V8_EXPORT_PRIVATE bool AreConsecutive(const VRegister& reg1,
const VRegister& reg2,
const VRegister& reg3 = NoVReg,
const VRegister& reg4 = NoVReg);
using FloatRegister = VRegister;
using DoubleRegister = VRegister;
using Simd128Register = VRegister;
// -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Lists of registers.
template <typename... CPURegisters>
explicit CPURegList(CPURegister reg0, CPURegisters... regs)
: list_(CPURegister::ListOf(reg0, regs...)),
type_(reg0.type()) {
DCHECK(AreSameSizeAndType(reg0, regs...));
CPURegList(CPURegister::RegisterType type, int size, RegList list)
: list_(list), size_(size), type_(type) {
CPURegList(CPURegister::RegisterType type, int size, int first_reg,
int last_reg)
: size_(size), type_(type) {
((type == CPURegister::kRegister) && (last_reg < kNumberOfRegisters)) ||
((type == CPURegister::kVRegister) &&
(last_reg < kNumberOfVRegisters)));
DCHECK(last_reg >= first_reg);
list_ = (1ULL << (last_reg + 1)) - 1;
list_ &= ~((1ULL << first_reg) - 1);
CPURegister::RegisterType type() const {
return type_;
RegList list() const {
return list_;
inline void set_list(RegList new_list) {
list_ = new_list;
// Combine another CPURegList into this one. Registers that already exist in
// this list are left unchanged. The type and size of the registers in the
// 'other' list must match those in this list.
void Combine(const CPURegList& other);
// Remove every register in the other CPURegList from this one. Registers that
// do not exist in this list are ignored. The type of the registers in the
// 'other' list must match those in this list.
void Remove(const CPURegList& other);
// Variants of Combine and Remove which take CPURegisters.
void Combine(const CPURegister& other);
void Remove(const CPURegister& other1, const CPURegister& other2 = NoCPUReg,
const CPURegister& other3 = NoCPUReg,
const CPURegister& other4 = NoCPUReg);
// Variants of Combine and Remove which take a single register by its code;
// the type and size of the register is inferred from this list.
void Combine(int code);
void Remove(int code);
// Remove all callee-saved registers from the list. This can be useful when
// preparing registers for an AAPCS64 function call, for example.
void RemoveCalleeSaved();
// Align the list to 16 bytes.
void Align();
CPURegister PopLowestIndex();
CPURegister PopHighestIndex();
// AAPCS64 callee-saved registers.
static CPURegList GetCalleeSaved(int size = kXRegSizeInBits);
static CPURegList GetCalleeSavedV(int size = kDRegSizeInBits);
// AAPCS64 caller-saved registers. Note that this includes lr.
// TODO(all): Determine how we handle d8-d15 being callee-saved, but the top
// 64-bits being caller-saved.
static CPURegList GetCallerSaved(int size = kXRegSizeInBits);
static CPURegList GetCallerSavedV(int size = kDRegSizeInBits);
// Registers saved as safepoints.
static CPURegList GetSafepointSavedRegisters();
bool IsEmpty() const {
return list_ == 0;
bool IncludesAliasOf(const CPURegister& other1,
const CPURegister& other2 = NoCPUReg,
const CPURegister& other3 = NoCPUReg,
const CPURegister& other4 = NoCPUReg) const {
RegList list = 0;
if (!other1.IsNone() && (other1.type() == type_)) list |= other1.bit();
if (!other2.IsNone() && (other2.type() == type_)) list |= other2.bit();
if (!other3.IsNone() && (other3.type() == type_)) list |= other3.bit();
if (!other4.IsNone() && (other4.type() == type_)) list |= other4.bit();
return (list_ & list) != 0;
int Count() const {
return CountSetBits(list_, kRegListSizeInBits);
int RegisterSizeInBits() const {
return size_;
int RegisterSizeInBytes() const {
int size_in_bits = RegisterSizeInBits();
DCHECK_EQ(size_in_bits % kBitsPerByte, 0);
return size_in_bits / kBitsPerByte;
int TotalSizeInBytes() const {
return RegisterSizeInBytes() * Count();
RegList list_;
int size_;
CPURegister::RegisterType type_;
bool IsValid() const {
constexpr RegList kValidRegisters{0x8000000ffffffff};
constexpr RegList kValidVRegisters{0x0000000ffffffff};
switch (type_) {
case CPURegister::kRegister:
return (list_ & kValidRegisters) == list_;
case CPURegister::kVRegister:
return (list_ & kValidVRegisters) == list_;
case CPURegister::kNoRegister:
return list_ == 0;
// AAPCS64 callee-saved registers.
#define kCalleeSaved CPURegList::GetCalleeSaved()
#define kCalleeSavedV CPURegList::GetCalleeSavedV()
// AAPCS64 caller-saved registers. Note that this includes lr.
#define kCallerSaved CPURegList::GetCallerSaved()
#define kCallerSavedV CPURegList::GetCallerSavedV()
// Define a {RegisterName} method for {Register} and {VRegister}.
// Give alias names to registers for calling conventions.
constexpr Register kReturnRegister0 = x0;
constexpr Register kReturnRegister1 = x1;
constexpr Register kReturnRegister2 = x2;
constexpr Register kJSFunctionRegister = x1;
constexpr Register kContextRegister = cp;
constexpr Register kAllocateSizeRegister = x1;
constexpr Register kSpeculationPoisonRegister = x23;
constexpr Register kInterpreterAccumulatorRegister = x0;
constexpr Register kInterpreterBytecodeOffsetRegister = x19;
constexpr Register kInterpreterBytecodeArrayRegister = x20;
constexpr Register kInterpreterDispatchTableRegister = x21;
constexpr Register kJavaScriptCallArgCountRegister = x0;
constexpr Register kJavaScriptCallCodeStartRegister = x2;
constexpr Register kJavaScriptCallTargetRegister = kJSFunctionRegister;
constexpr Register kJavaScriptCallNewTargetRegister = x3;
constexpr Register kJavaScriptCallExtraArg1Register = x2;
constexpr Register kOffHeapTrampolineRegister = ip0;
constexpr Register kRuntimeCallFunctionRegister = x1;
constexpr Register kRuntimeCallArgCountRegister = x0;
constexpr Register kRuntimeCallArgvRegister = x11;
constexpr Register kWasmInstanceRegister = x7;
constexpr Register kWasmCompileLazyFuncIndexRegister = x8;
} // namespace internal
} // namespace v8