Test for a case we observed after the initial implementation of D129997
landed, in which case we observed a crash while building the ppc64le
Linux kernel. In that case, we had one block with two exits, both to the
same successor. Removing one of the exits corrupted the
So when we have an INLINEASM_BR, check a few things for each indirect
- that it exists.
- that it is listed in our successors.
- that its predecessor list contains the parent MBB of INLINEASM_BR.
This would have caught the regression discovered after D129997 landed,
after the pass that was problematic (early-tailduplication) rather than
getting a stack trace in a later pass (regalloc) that doesn't understand
the anomaly and crashes.