If we expand (uaddo X, 1) we previously expanded the overflow calculation
as (X + 1) <u X. This potentially increases the live range of X and
can prevent X+1 from reusing the register that previously held X.
Since we're adding 1, overflow only occurs if X was UINT_MAX in which
case (X+1) would be 0. So this patch adds a special case to expand
the overflow calculation to (X+1) == 0.
This seems to help with uaddo intrinsics that get introduced by
CodeGenPrepare after LSR. Alternatively, we could block the uaddo
transform in CodeGenPrepare for this case.