Entry values are considered for parameters that have register-described
DBG_VALUEs in the entry block (along with other conditions).
If a parameter's value has been propagated from the caller to the
callee, then the parameter's DBG_VALUE in the entry block may be
described using a register defined by some instruction, and entry values
should not be emitted for the parameter, which can currently occur.
One such case was seen in the attached test case, in which the second
parameter, which is described by a redefinition of the first parameter's
register, would incorrectly get an entry value using the first
parameter's register. This commit intends to solve such cases by keeping
track of register defines, and ignoring DBG_VALUEs in the entry block
that are described by such registers.
In a RelWithDebInfo build of clang-8, the average size of the set was
27, and in a RelWithDebInfo+ASan build it was 30.