It is highly probable that the second CPROP pass is doing a lot of the work already done in the first pass. PRE undoes a bunch of the CPROPs, and CPROP just does them again. This is most likely a bug in PRE, it should not insert a new expression on an edge if an occurence is already available on that edge.


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