MachineCombiner Pass for selecting faster instruction
sequence - target independent framework
When the DAGcombiner selects instruction sequences
it could increase the critical path or resource len.
For example, on arm64 there are multiply-accumulate instructions (madd,
msub). If e.g. the equivalent multiply-add sequence is not on the
crictial path it makes sense to select it instead of the combined,
single accumulate instruction (madd/msub). The reason is that the
conversion from add+mul to the madd could lengthen the critical path
by the latency of the multiply.
But the DAGCombiner would always combine and select the madd/msub
This patch uses machine trace metrics to estimate critical path length
and resource length of an original instruction sequence vs a combined
instruction sequence and picks the faster code based on its estimates.
This patch only commits the target independent framework that evaluates
and selects code sequences. The machine instruction combiner is turned
off for all targets and expected to evolve over time by gradually
handling DAGCombiner pattern in the target specific code.
This framework lays the groundwork for fixing