This patch fixes an issue where the PPC MI peephole optimization pass incorrectly remove a vector swap.

Specifically, the pass can combine a splat/swap to a splat/copy. It uses `TargetRegisterInfo::lookThruCopyLike` to determine that the operands to the splat are the same. However, the current logic only compares the operands based on register numbers. In the case where the splat operands are ultimately feed from the same physical register, the pass can incorrectly remove a swap if the feed register for one of the operands has been clobbered.

This patch adds a check to ensure that the registers feeding are both virtual registers or the operands to the splat or swap are both the same register.

Here is an example in pseudo-MIR of what happens in the test cased added in this patch:

Before PPC MI peephole optimization:

%arg = XVADDDP %0, %1 $f1 = COPY %arg.sub_64 call double rint(double) %res.first = COPY $f1 %vec.res.first = SUBREG_TO_REG 1, %res.first, %subreg.sub_64 %arg.swapped = XXPERMDI %arg, %arg, 2 $f1 = COPY %arg.swapped.sub_64 call double rint(double) %res.second = COPY $f1 %vec.res.second = SUBREG_TO_REG 1, %res.second, %subreg.sub_64 %vec.res.splat = XXPERMDI %vec.res.first, %vec.res.second, 0 %vec.res = XXPERMDI %vec.res.splat, %vec.res.splat, 2 ; %vec.res == [ %vec.res.second[0], %vec.res.first[0] ]

After optimization:

; ... %vec.res.splat = XXPERMDI %vec.res.first, %vec.res.second, 0 ; lookThruCopyLike(%vec.res.first) == lookThruCopyLike(%vec.res.second) == $f1 ; so the pass replaces the swap with a copy: %vec.res = COPY %vec.res.splat ; %vec.res == [ %vec.res.first[0], %vec.res.second[0] ]

As best as I can tell, this has occurred since r288152, which added support for lowering certain vector operations to direct moves in the form of a splat.