This "pass" eagerly creates div and rem instructions even when only one
is needed -- it relies on a later pass (machine DCE?) to clean them up.
This is problematic not just from a cleanliness perspective (this pass
is running during CodeGenPrepare, so should leave the IR in a better
state), but it also creates a problem for instruction selection. If we
always have a div+rem, isel will always select a divrem instruction (if
possible), even when a single div or rem would do.
Specifically, in NVPTX, we want to compute rem from the output of div,
if available. But if a div is not available, we want to leave the rem
alone. This transformation is overeager if div is always available.
Because this code runs as part of CodeGenPrepare, it's nontrivial to
write a test for this change. But this will effectively be tested by
a later patch which adds the aforementioned change to NVPTX isel.