If we determine that the invariant path through the loop has no effects,
we can directly branch to the exit block, instead to unswitching first.
Besides avoiding some extra work (unswitching first, then deleting the
loop again) this allows to be more aggressive than regular unswitching
with respect to cost-modeling. This approach should always be be
This is similar in spirit to D93734, just that it uses the previously
added checks for loop-unswitching.
I tried to add the required no-op checks from scratch, as we only check
a subset of the loop. There is potential to unify the checks with
LoopDeletion, at the cost of adding a predicate whether a block should