MIPS instruction with optional flag

I'm in the process of adding support for some custom instructions to the
MIPS backend.

Some of the instructions I'm planning on adding support an optional
flag, like so:

    sv.q C000, 16($s0)
    sv.q C000, 16($s0), wt ; both should be accepted

Note that the 'wt' operand is not an identifier, it's a "keyword".

I haven't found the correct way to do it: at first, I thought of
creating a custom operand

  def VFPUWriteThroughAsmOpnd : AsmOperandClass {
    let Name = "WriteThrough";
    let PredicateMethod = "isWriteThrough";
    let ParserMethod = "parseWriteThrough";
  }

  def VFPUWriteThrough : Operand<i32> {
    let PrintMethod = "printWriteThrough";
    let ParserMatchClass = WriteThroughAsmOpnd;
    let OperandType = "OPERAND_IMMEDIATE";
  }

in the hope that I could just declare the instruction like so

  def SV_Q : SV<0b111110, "sv.q $rt, $addr $wt">; // Note lack of comma

and detect the absence or presence of the comma in the parseWriteThrough
method. This didn't work, and the parser still chokes when trying to
parse statements which do not have the 'wt' flag.

I then tried to declare two different instructions

  def SV_Q : SV<0b111110, "sv.q $rt, $addr">;
  def SV_Q_WT : SV_WT<0b111110, "sv.q $rt, $addr, wt">;

This failed too, this time in recognizing statements which _do_ have the
wt flag. It seems like the second definition is ignored.

How can I implement this?
Thanks,

Francesco

I'm self-replying to this email because I was able to find a solution in
the end!
The way to make instructions "variadic" is to create aliases with
default arguments, so something like this:

  def SV_Q : SV_WT<0b111110, "sv.q $rt, $addr, wt">;
  def : MipsInstAlias<"sv.q $rt", (SV_Q MyOpnd:$rt, 0)>;

This makes it possible to pass either one or two arguments to sv.q

Francesco