[DebugInfo] Describe call site values for chains of expression producing instrs
If the describeLoadedValue() hook produced a DIExpression when
describing a instruction, and it was not possible to emit a call site
entry directly (the value operand was not an immediate nor a preserved
register), then that described value could not be inserted into the
worklist, and would instead be dropped, meaning that the parameter's
call site value couldn't be described.
This patch extends the worklist so that each entry has an DIExpression
that is built up when iterating through the instructions.
This allows us to describe instruction chains like this:
$reg0 = mv $fp $reg0 = add $reg0, offset call @call_with_offseted_fp
Since DW_OP_LLVM_entry_value operations can't be combined with any other
expression, such call site entries will not be emitted. I have added a
test, dbgcall-site-expr-entry-value.mir, which verifies that we don't
assert or emit broken DWARF in such cases.
Reviewers: djtodoro, aprantl, vsk
Reviewed By: djtodoro, vsk
Subscribers: hiraditya, llvm-commits
Tags: debug-info, #llvm
Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D75036