The MemoryDependenceAnalysis/invalidation.ll test case was using
but I think the intention was to use
Simply changing the checks like that would make the test fail.
The old statement that AA being stateless would result in nothing
to invalidate when doing invalidate<aa> is not true afaict.
It would be different if for example doing invalidate<basic-aa>, then
the AAManager isn't invalidated (and then neither memdep would be
invalidated). But when the AAManager itself is invalidated then we
should expect to find both "Invalidating analysis: AAManager" and
"Invalidating analysis: MemoryDependenceAnalysis" in the output.