is an example of a small C++ program that uses C++20 coroutines that
is difficult to debug, due to the loss of debug info for variables that
"spill" across coroutine suspension boundaries. This patch addresses
that issue by inserting 'llvm.dbg.declare' intrinsics that point the
debugger to the variables' location at an offset to the coroutine frame.
With this patch, I confirmed that running the 'frame variable' commands in
the specified breakpoints results in the correct values being printed
for coroutine frame variables 'i' and 'j' when using an lldb built from
trunk, as well as with gdb 8.3 (lldb 9.0.1, however, could not print the
values). The added test case also verifies this improved behavior.
The existing coro-debug.ll test case is also modified to reflect the
locations at which Clang actually places calls to 'dbg.declare', and
additional checks are added to ensure this patch works as intended in that
example as well.