The current logic for handling inline asm operands in DAGToDAGISel interprets
the operands by looking for constants, which should represent the flags
describing the kind of operand we're dealing with (immediate, memory, register
def etc). The operands representing actual data are skipped only if they are
non-const, with the exception of immediate operands which are skipped explicitly
when a flag describing an immediate is found.
The oversight is that memory operands may be const too (e.g. for device drivers
reading a fixed address), so we should explicitly skip the operand following a
flag describing a memory operand. If we don't, we risk interpreting that
constant as a flag, which is definitely not intended.