ASan often introduces basic blocks consisting exclusively of
instructions without debug locations, or with line 0 debug locations.
LiveDebugValues needs to extend variable ranges through these artificial
blocks. Otherwise, a lot of variables disappear -- even at -O0.
Typically, LiveDebugValues does not extend a variable's range into a
block unless the block is essentially "part of" the variable's scope
(for a precise definition, see LexicalScopes::dominates). This patch
relaxes the lexical dominance check for artificial blocks.
This makes the following Swift program debuggable at -O0:
1| var x = 100 2| print("x = \(x)")