Developer Guide and Reference


GAP Message (Diagnostic ID 30513)


Insert a "%s ivdep" statement right before the loop at line %d to vectorize the loop.


"#pragma ivdep"
before the specified loop. This
enables the vectorization of the loop at the specified line by ignoring some of the assumed cross-iteration data dependencies.
Consider the following:
void foo(float *a, int x, int n) { int i; for (i=0; i<n; i++) { a[i] = a[i+x]+1; } return; }
In this case, the compiler is unable to vectorize the loop because
could be -1, where each iteration is dependent on the previous iteration. If
is known to be positive, you can vectorize this loop.
If you determine it is safe to do so, you can add the
as follows:
void foo(float *a, int x, int n) { int i; #pragma ivdep for (i=0; i<n; i++) { a[i] = a[i+x]+1; } return; }


Confirm that any arrays in the loop do not have unsafe cross-iteration dependencies. A cross-iteration dependency exists if a memory location is modified in an iteration of the loop and accessed by a
read or a write statement
in another iteration of the loop. Make sure that there are no such dependencies, or that any cross-iteration dependencies can be safely ignored.

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