The SMULO/UMULO DAG nodes, when not directly supported by the target,
expand to a multiplication twice as wide. In case that the resulting
type is not legal, the legalizer cannot directly call the intrinsic with
the wide arguments; instead, it "pre-lowers" them by splitting them
rL283203 made sure that on big endian targets, the legalizer passes
the argument halves in the correct order. It did not do the same
for the return value halves because the existing code used a hack;
it put an illegal type into DAG and hoped that nothing would break
and it would be correctly lowered elsewhere.
rL307207 fixed this, handling return value halves similar to how
argument handles are handled, but did not take big-endian targets
This commit fixes the expansion on big-endian targets, such as
the out-of-tree OR1K target.