This patch extends the optimization of VID-sequence BUILD_VECTORs
introduced in D104921 to include simple fractional steps composed of a
separated integer numerator and denominator.
A notable limitation in this sequence detection is that only sequences
with steps N/1 or 1/D are found, meaning that the step between elements
and the frequency with which it changes is consistent across the whole
sequence. Fractional steps such as 2/3 won't be matched as those would
involve more complex tracking of state or some level of backtracking.
As is stands, however, this patch is sufficient to match common
interleave-type shuffle indices, for example matching <0,0,1,1> (or
commonly <0,u,1,u> or <u,0,u,1>) to an index sequence divided by 2.
While the optimization is relatively undef-tolerant, due to greedy
pattern-matching there even are some simple patterns which confuse the
sequence detection into identifying either a suboptimal sequence or no
sequence at all.
Currently only fractional-step sequences identified as having a
power-of-two denominator are actually lowered to RVV instructions. This
is to avoid introducing divisions into the generated code.