This change rewrites a core component in the ImplicitNullChecks pass for
greater simplicity since the original design was over-complicated for no
good reason. Please review this as essentially a new pass. The change
is almost NFC and I've added a test case for a scenario that this new
code handles that wasn't handled earlier.
The implicit null check pass, at its core, is a code hoisting transform.
It differs from "normal" code transforms in that it speculates
potentially faulting instructions (by design), but a lot of the usual
hazard detection logic (register read-after-write etc.) still applies.
We previously detected hazards by keeping track of registers defined and
used by machine instructions over an instruction range, but that was
unwieldy and did not actually confer any performance benefits. The
intent was to have linear time complexity over the number of machine
instructions considered, but it ended up being N^2 is practice.
This new version is more obviously O(N^2) (with N capped to 8 by
default) in hazard detection. It does not attempt to be clever in
tracking register uses or defs (the previous cleverness here was a
source of bugs).
Once this is checked in, I'll extract out the IsSuitableMemoryOp and
CanHoistLoadInst lambda into member functions (they're too complicated
to be inline lambdas) and do some other related NFC cleanups.