While this should not matter for most architectures (where the program
address space is 0), it is important for CHERI. We use address space 200
for all of our code pointers and without this change we assert in
SelectionDAG handling of BlockAddress nodes.
It is also useful for AVR: previously programs targeting
AVR that attempt to read their own machine code
via a pointer to a label would instead read from RAM
using a pointer relative to the the start of program flash.