[analyzer] Treat functions without run-time branches as "small".
Currently we always inline functions that have no branches, i.e. have exactly
three CFG blocks: ENTRY, some code, EXIT. This makes sense because when there
are no branches, it means that there's no exponential complexity introduced
by inlining such function. Such functions also don't trigger various fundamental
problems with our inlining mechanism, such as the problem of inlined
Sometimes the CFG may contain more blocks, but in practice it still has
linear structure because all directions (except, at most, one) of all branches
turned out to be unreachable. When this happens, still treat the function
as "small". This is useful, in particular, for dealing with C++17 if constexpr.
Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D61051