Avoid raising unexpected floating point exceptions in libm
When using clang with x86_64 CPUs that support AVX, some floating point
transformations may raise exceptions that would not have been raised by
the original code. To avoid this, use the -fp-exception-behavior=maytrap
flag, introduced in clang 10.0.0.
In particular, this fixes a number of test failures with ctanhf(3) and
ctanf(3), when libm is compiled with -mavx. An unexpected FE_INVALID
exception is then raised, because clang emits vdivps instructions to
perform certain divides. (The vdivps instruction operates on multiple
single-precision float operands simultaneously, but the exceptions may
be influenced by unused parts of the XMM registers. In this particular
case, it was calculating 0 / 0, which results in FE_INVALID.)
If -fp-exception-behavior=maytrap is specified however, clang uses
vdivss instructions instead, which work on one operand, and should not
raise unexpected exceptions.
Reported by: olivier
Reviewed by: arichardson
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D29686
(cherry picked from commit 3b00222f156dca5700c839d73e36daf479fa640c)
Only use -fp-exception-behavior=maytrap on x86, for now
After 3b00222f156d, it turns out that clang only supports strict
floating point semantics for SystemZ and x86 at the moment, while for
other architectures it is still experimental.
Therefore, only use -fp-exception-behavior=maytrap on x86 for now,
otherwise this option results in "error: overriding currently
unsupported use of floating point exceptions on this target
[-Werror,-Wunsupported-floating-point-opt]" on other architectures.
(cherry picked from commit bae9fd0b33462e9506c3ac3400089c6dbc4aee8f)