With this patch, SLSR may rewrite

S1: X = B + i * S

S2: Y = B + i' * S

to

S2: Y = X + (i' - i) * S

A secondary improvement: if (i' - i) is a power of 2, emit Y as X + (S << log(i' - i)). (S << log(i' -i)) is in a canonical form and thus more likely GVN'ed than (i' - i) * S.