[DebugInfo] Remove invalidated locations during LiveDebugValues
LiveDebugValues gives variable locations to blocks, but it should also take
away. There are various circumstances where a variable location is known
until a loop backedge with a different location is detected. In those
circumstances, where there's no agreement on the variable location, it
should be undef / removed, otherwise we end up picking a location that's
valid on some loop iterations but not others.
However, LiveDebugValues doesn't currently do this, see the new testcase
attached. Without this patch, the location of !3 is assumed to be %bar
through the loop. Once it's added to the In-Locations list, it's never
removed, even though the later dbg.value(0... of !3 makes the location
This patch checks during block-location-joining to see whether any
previously-present locations have been removed in a predecessor. If they
have, the live-ins have changed, and the block needs reprocessing.
Similarly, in transferTerminator, assign rather than |= the Out-Locations
after processing a block, as we may have deleted some previously valid
locations. This will mean that LiveDebugValues performs more propagation
- but that's necessary for it being correct.
Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D66599