Implementation notes: amd64, jasper3, crypto_aead/present80n6t4silcv3

Computer: jasper3
Microarchitecture: amd64; Tremont (906c0)
Architecture: amd64
CPU ID: GenuineIntel-000906c0-20-bfebfbff
SUPERCOP version: 20240625
Operation: crypto_aead
Primitive: present80n6t4silcv3
TimeObject sizeTest sizeImplementationCompilerBenchmark dateSUPERCOP version
5512595084 752 51220848 1540 1592T:vpermgcc_-march=native_-mtune=native_-O3_-fwrapv_-fPIC_-fPIE_-gdwarf-4_-Wall2024062720240625
5543204795 752 51219376 1540 1592T:vpermgcc_-march=native_-mtune=native_-O2_-fwrapv_-fPIC_-fPIE_-gdwarf-4_-Wall2024062720240625
13718063689 752 51216635 1516 1560T:vpermgcc_-march=native_-mtune=native_-Os_-fwrapv_-fPIC_-fPIE_-gdwarf-4_-Wall2024062720240625
13774624383 752 51218535 1532 1592T:vpermgcc_-march=native_-mtune=native_-O_-fwrapv_-fPIC_-fPIE_-gdwarf-4_-Wall2024062720240625
324620843457 0 018784 812 1016T:refclang_-march=native_-O2_-fwrapv_-Qunused-arguments_-fPIC_-fPIE_-gdwarf-4_-Wall2024062720240625
324944093534 0 021152 812 1016T:refclang_-march=native_-O3_-fwrapv_-Qunused-arguments_-fPIC_-fPIE_-gdwarf-4_-Wall2024062720240625
326068905462 0 021242 788 1080T:refgcc_-march=native_-mtune=native_-O3_-fwrapv_-fPIC_-fPIE_-gdwarf-4_-Wall2024062720240625
330209263982 0 020312 812 1016T:refclang_-mcpu=native_-O3_-fwrapv_-Qunused-arguments_-fPIC_-fPIE_-gdwarf-4_-Wall2024062720240625
336713422634 0 016638 804 1016T:refclang_-march=native_-O_-fwrapv_-Qunused-arguments_-fPIC_-fPIE_-gdwarf-4_-Wall2024062720240625
341485832325 0 015269 764 1048T:refgcc_-march=native_-mtune=native_-Os_-fwrapv_-fPIC_-fPIE_-gdwarf-4_-Wall2024062720240625
342365082761 0 016823 772 1080T:refgcc_-march=native_-mtune=native_-O_-fwrapv_-fPIC_-fPIE_-gdwarf-4_-Wall2024062720240625
354934462395 0 015822 804 1016T:refclang_-march=native_-Os_-fwrapv_-Qunused-arguments_-fPIC_-fPIE_-gdwarf-4_-Wall2024062720240625
358399002789 0 017378 788 1080T:refgcc_-march=native_-mtune=native_-O2_-fwrapv_-fPIC_-fPIE_-gdwarf-4_-Wall2024062720240625

Compiler output


encrypt.c: encrypt.c:70:2: warning: misleading indentation; statement is not part of the previous 'for' [-Wmisleading-indentation]
encrypt.c:         return RETURN_SUCCESS;
encrypt.c:         ^
encrypt.c: encrypt.c:65:5: note: previous statement is here
encrypt.c:     for(i = 0; i < CRYPTO_ABYTES; i++)
encrypt.c:     ^
encrypt.c: 1 warning generated.

Number of similar (implementation,compiler) pairs: 5, namely:
ImplementationCompiler
T:refclang -march=native -O2 -fwrapv -Qunused-arguments -fPIC -fPIE -gdwarf-4 -Wall (Debian_Clang_11.0.1)
T:refclang -march=native -O3 -fwrapv -Qunused-arguments -fPIC -fPIE -gdwarf-4 -Wall (Debian_Clang_11.0.1)
T:refclang -march=native -O -fwrapv -Qunused-arguments -fPIC -fPIE -gdwarf-4 -Wall (Debian_Clang_11.0.1)
T:refclang -march=native -Os -fwrapv -Qunused-arguments -fPIC -fPIE -gdwarf-4 -Wall (Debian_Clang_11.0.1)
T:refclang -mcpu=native -O3 -fwrapv -Qunused-arguments -fPIC -fPIE -gdwarf-4 -Wall (Debian_Clang_11.0.1)

Compiler output


encrypt.c: encrypt.c: In function 'crypto_aead_present80n6t4silcv3_ref_timingleaks_decrypt':
encrypt.c: encrypt.c:65:5: warning: this 'for' clause does not guard... [-Wmisleading-indentation]
encrypt.c:    65 |     for(i = 0; i < CRYPTO_ABYTES; i++)
encrypt.c:       |     ^~~
encrypt.c: encrypt.c:70:2: note: ...this statement, but the latter is misleadingly indented as if it were guarded by the 'for'
encrypt.c:    70 |  return RETURN_SUCCESS;
encrypt.c:       |  ^~~~~~

Number of similar (implementation,compiler) pairs: 4, namely:
ImplementationCompiler
T:refgcc -march=native -mtune=native -O2 -fwrapv -fPIC -fPIE -gdwarf-4 -Wall (10.2.1_20210110)
T:refgcc -march=native -mtune=native -O3 -fwrapv -fPIC -fPIE -gdwarf-4 -Wall (10.2.1_20210110)
T:refgcc -march=native -mtune=native -O -fwrapv -fPIC -fPIE -gdwarf-4 -Wall (10.2.1_20210110)
T:refgcc -march=native -mtune=native -Os -fwrapv -fPIC -fPIE -gdwarf-4 -Wall (10.2.1_20210110)

Compiler output


encrypt.c: encrypt.c:70:2: warning: misleading indentation; statement is not part of the previous 'for' [-Wmisleading-indentation]
encrypt.c:         return RETURN_SUCCESS;
encrypt.c:         ^
encrypt.c: encrypt.c:65:5: note: previous statement is here
encrypt.c:     for(i = 0; i < CRYPTO_ABYTES; i++)
encrypt.c:     ^
encrypt.c: 1 warning generated.
silc.c: silc.c:170:34: warning: implicit conversion from 'int' to 'char' changes value from 128 to -128 [-Wconstant-conversion]
silc.c:         state = XORDQW(tmpState, SHR(state, 8));
silc.c:                 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^~~~~~~~~~~~~~
silc.c: ./common.h:30:126: note: expanded from macro 'SHR'
silc.c: #define SHR(x,n)        _mm_shuffle_epi8((x), _mm_set_epi8(127+(n), 126+(n), 125+(n), 124+(n), 123+(n), 122+(n), 121+(n), 120+(n), 119+(n), 118+(n), 117+(n), 116+(n), 115+(n), 114+(n), 113+(n), 112+(n))) // shift to the right
silc.c:                                               ~~~~~~~~~~~~                                                                   ^
silc.c: ./common.h:17:43: note: expanded from macro 'XORDQW'
silc.c: #define XORDQW(x, y)            _mm_xor_si128((x), (y))
silc.c:                                                     ^
silc.c: silc.c:170:34: warning: implicit conversion from 'int' to 'char' changes value from 129 to -127 [-Wconstant-conversion]
silc.c:         state = XORDQW(tmpState, SHR(state, 8));
silc.c:                 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^~~~~~~~~~~~~~
silc.c: ./common.h:30:117: note: expanded from macro 'SHR'
silc.c: #define SHR(x,n)        _mm_shuffle_epi8((x), _mm_set_epi8(127+(n), 126+(n), 125+(n), 124+(n), 123+(n), 122+(n), 121+(n), 120+(n), 119+(n), 118+(n), 117+(n), 116+(n), 115+(n), 114+(n), 113+(n), 112+(n))) // shift to the right
silc.c:                                               ~~~~~~~~~~~~                                                          ^
silc.c: ./common.h:17:43: note: expanded from macro 'XORDQW'
silc.c: #define XORDQW(x, y)            _mm_xor_si128((x), (y))
silc.c:                                                     ^
silc.c: silc.c:170:34: warning: implicit conversion from 'int' to 'char' changes value from 130 to -126 [-Wconstant-conversion]
silc.c:         state = XORDQW(tmpState, SHR(state, 8));
silc.c:                 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^~~~~~~~~~~~~~
silc.c: ./common.h:30:108: note: expanded from macro 'SHR'
silc.c: #define SHR(x,n)        _mm_shuffle_epi8((x), _mm_set_epi8(127+(n), 126+(n), 125+(n), 124+(n), 123+(n), 122+(n), 121+(n), 120+(n), 119+(n), 118+(n), 117+(n), 116+(n), 115+(n), 114+(n), 113+(n), 112+(n))) // shift to the right
silc.c:                                               ~~~~~~~~~~~~                                                 ^
silc.c: ./common.h:17:43: note: expanded from macro 'XORDQW'
silc.c: ...

Number of similar (implementation,compiler) pairs: 4, namely:
ImplementationCompiler
T:vpermclang -march=native -O2 -fwrapv -Qunused-arguments -fPIC -fPIE -gdwarf-4 -Wall (Debian_Clang_11.0.1)
T:vpermclang -march=native -O3 -fwrapv -Qunused-arguments -fPIC -fPIE -gdwarf-4 -Wall (Debian_Clang_11.0.1)
T:vpermclang -march=native -O -fwrapv -Qunused-arguments -fPIC -fPIE -gdwarf-4 -Wall (Debian_Clang_11.0.1)
T:vpermclang -march=native -Os -fwrapv -Qunused-arguments -fPIC -fPIE -gdwarf-4 -Wall (Debian_Clang_11.0.1)

Compiler output


encrypt.c: encrypt.c:70:2: warning: misleading indentation; statement is not part of the previous 'for' [-Wmisleading-indentation]
encrypt.c:         return RETURN_SUCCESS;
encrypt.c:         ^
encrypt.c: encrypt.c:65:5: note: previous statement is here
encrypt.c:     for(i = 0; i < CRYPTO_ABYTES; i++)
encrypt.c:     ^
encrypt.c: 1 warning generated.
present.c: present.c:112:15: error: always_inline function '_mm_shuffle_epi8' requires target feature 'ssse3', but would be inlined into function 'format_input' that is compiled without support for 'ssse3'
present.c:         dqword tmp = PSHUFB(*state, LOAD(PRESENTInShuffleU));
present.c:                      ^
present.c: ./common.h:40:22: note: expanded from macro 'PSHUFB'
present.c: #define PSHUFB(s, x)    _mm_shuffle_epi8((s), (x)) /*return s(x)*/
present.c:                         ^
present.c: present.c:113:11: error: always_inline function '_mm_shuffle_epi8' requires target feature 'ssse3', but would be inlined into function 'format_input' that is compiled without support for 'ssse3'
present.c:         *state = PSHUFB(*state, LOAD(PRESENTInShuffleL));
present.c:                  ^
present.c: ./common.h:40:22: note: expanded from macro 'PSHUFB'
present.c: #define PSHUFB(s, x)    _mm_shuffle_epi8((s), (x)) /*return s(x)*/
present.c:                         ^
present.c: 2 errors generated.

Number of similar (implementation,compiler) pairs: 1, namely:
ImplementationCompiler
T:vpermclang -mcpu=native -O3 -fwrapv -Qunused-arguments -fPIC -fPIE -gdwarf-4 -Wall (Debian_Clang_11.0.1)

Compiler output


encrypt.c: encrypt.c: In function 'crypto_aead_present80n6t4silcv3_vperm_timingleaks_decrypt':
encrypt.c: encrypt.c:65:5: warning: this 'for' clause does not guard... [-Wmisleading-indentation]
encrypt.c:    65 |     for(i = 0; i < CRYPTO_ABYTES; i++)
encrypt.c:       |     ^~~
encrypt.c: encrypt.c:70:2: note: ...this statement, but the latter is misleadingly indented as if it were guarded by the 'for'
encrypt.c:    70 |  return RETURN_SUCCESS;
encrypt.c:       |  ^~~~~~
silc.c: silc.c: In function 'ae_decrypt':
silc.c: silc.c:190:12: warning: unused variable 'tmpState' [-Wunused-variable]
silc.c:   190 |     dqword tmpState;
silc.c:       |            ^~~~~~~~

Number of similar (implementation,compiler) pairs: 4, namely:
ImplementationCompiler
T:vpermgcc -march=native -mtune=native -O2 -fwrapv -fPIC -fPIE -gdwarf-4 -Wall (10.2.1_20210110)
T:vpermgcc -march=native -mtune=native -O3 -fwrapv -fPIC -fPIE -gdwarf-4 -Wall (10.2.1_20210110)
T:vpermgcc -march=native -mtune=native -O -fwrapv -fPIC -fPIE -gdwarf-4 -Wall (10.2.1_20210110)
T:vpermgcc -march=native -mtune=native -Os -fwrapv -fPIC -fPIE -gdwarf-4 -Wall (10.2.1_20210110)