SubBasicBlock class, used for partitioning basic blocks in
Provides classes and predicates for working with C/C++ code.
A block that can be smaller than or equal to a
BasicBlock. Use this class when
ControlFlowNode is too fine-grained and
BasicBlock too coarse-grained. Their successor graph is like that of basic blocks, except that the blocks are split up with an extra edge right before any instance of the abstract class
SubBasicBlockCutNode. Users of this library must therefore extend
SubBasicBlockCutNode to direct where basic blocks will be split up.
An abstract class that directs where in the control-flow graph a new
SubBasicBlock must start. If a
ControlFlowNode is an instance of this class, that node is guaranteed to be the first node in a
SubBasicBlock. If multiple libraries use the
SubBasicBlock library, basic blocks may be split in more places than either library expects, but nothing should break as a direct result of that.