On MIPS32r6/MIPS64r6, floating point comparisons return 0 or -1 but integer
comparisons return 0 or 1.
Updated the various uses of getBooleanContents. Two simplifications had to be
disabled when float and int boolean contents differ:
- ScalarizeVecRes_VSELECT except when the kind of boolean contents is trivially discoverable (i.e. when the condition of the VSELECT is a SETCC node).
- visitVSELECT (select C, 0, 1) -> (xor C, 1). Come to think of it, this one could test for the common case of 'C' being a SETCC too.
Preserved existing behaviour for all other targets and updated the affected
MIPS32r6/MIPS64r6 tests. This also fixes the pi benchmark where the 'low'
variable was counting in the wrong direction because it thought it could simply
add the result of the comparison.