Use Reductions to keep track of rewritings
We define Reduction = Reduction Coercion !Type. A reduction of the from 'Reduction co new_ty' witnesses an equality ty ~co~> new_ty. That is, the rewriting happens left-to-right: the right-hand-side type of the coercion is the rewritten type, and the left-hand-side type the original type. Sticking to this convention makes the codebase more consistent, helping to avoid certain applications of SymCo. This replaces the parts of the codebase which represented reductions as pairs, (Coercion,Type) or (Type,Coercion). Reduction being strict in the Type argument improves performance in some programs that rewrite many type families (such as T9872).
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