Add read and write functions for VSX, VMX and float registers and fix watchpoint size
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Isn't this somewhat over-engineered?
I mean, GetVMXBuffer returns a pointer to a member variable, so it's pretty much impossible for it to be null. And all GetVMXSize does is return the size of that member variable. If we remove all this boilerplate then this becomes something like:
int regset = NT_PPC_VMX; return NativeProcessLinux::PtraceWrapper(PTRACE_SETVRREGS, m_thread.GetID(), ®set, &m_vmx_ppc64le, sizeof(m_vmx_ppc64le));
which I think is much easier to follow than jumping through dozens of these tiny functions