The identity ~(x ^ y) == (~x ^ y) == (x ^ ~y) allows XNOR (XOR/NOT) to turn into NOT/XOR. Handling this case with its own split means we can make the NOT remain in the scalar unit. Previously, we split 64-bit XNOR into two 32-bit XNOR, then lowered. Now, we get three instructions (s_not, v_xor, v_xor) rather than four in the case where either of the sources is a scalar 64-bit.
Add test cases to xnor.ll to attempt XNOR Vx, Sy and XNOR Sx, Vy. Also adding test that uses the opposite identity such that (~x ^ y) on the scalar unit (or vector for gfx906) can generate XNOR. This already worked, but I didn't see a test for it.