Scalarization for scalable vectors is not (yet) supported, so the
LV discards a VF when scalarization is chosen as the widening
decision. It should therefore not assert that the VF is not scalable
when it computes the decision to scalarize.
The code can get here when both the interleave-cost, gather/scatter cost
and scalarization-cost are all illegal. This may e.g. happen for SVE
when the VF=1, to avoid generating <vscale x 1 x eltty> types that
the code-generator cannot yet handle.