In Polly, we specifically add a paramter to represent the outermost dimension
size of fortran arrays. We do this because this information is statically
available from the fortran metadata generated by dragonegg.
However, we were only materializing these parameters (meaning, creating an
llvm::Value to back the isl_id) from *memory accesses*. This is wrong,
we should materialize parameters from *scop array info*.
It is wrong because if there is a case where we detect 2 fortran arrays,
but only one of them is accessed, we may not materialize the other array's
dimensions at all.
This is incorrect. We fix this by looping over all
polly::ScopArrayInfo in a scop, rather that just all