The vector calling convention dictates that when the vector argument
registers are exhaused, GPRs are used to pass the address via the stack.
When the GPRs themselves are exhausted, at best we would previously
crash with an assertion, and at worst we'd generate incorrect code.
This patch addresses this issue by passing fixed-length vectors via the
stack with their full fixed-length size and aligned to their element
type size. Since the calling convention lowering can't yet handle
scalable vector types, this patch adds a fatal error to make it clear
that we are lacking in this regard.