For i32 and i64 cases, X86ISD::SHLD/SHRD are close enough to ISD::FSHL/FSHR that we can use them directly, we just need to account for the operand commutation for SHRD.
The i16 SHLD/SHRD case is annoying as the shift amount is modulo-32 (vs funnel shift modulo-16), so I've added X86ISD::FSHL/FSHR equivalents, which matches the generic implementation in all other terms.
Something I'm slightly concerned with is that ISD::FSHL/FSHR legality is controlled by the Subtarget.isSHLDSlow() feature flag - we don't normally use non-ISA features for this but it allows the DAG combines to continue to operate after legalization in a lot more cases.
The X86 clear_highbits.ll changes are all affected by the same issue - we now have a "FSHR(-1,-1,amt) -> ROTR(-1,amt) -> (-1)" simplification that reduces the dependencies enough for the branch fall through code to mess up. I'm not sure how much of a patch-specific problem this is - tbh if it wasn't for the extra stack usage I wouldn't care much at all. Thoughts?