This refactoring introduces ClangToLLVMArgMapping class, which
encapsulates the information about the order in which function arguments listed
in CGFunctionInfo should be passed to actual LLVM IR function, such as:
- positions of sret, if there is any
- position of inalloca argument, if there is any
- position of helper padding argument for each call argument
- positions of regular argument (there can be many if it's expanded).
Simplify several related methods (ConstructAttributeList, EmitFunctionProlog
and EmitCall): now they don't have to maintain iterators over the list
of LLVM IR function arguments, dealing with all the sret/inalloca/this complexities,
and just use expected positions of LLVM IR arguments stored in ClangToLLVMArgMapping.
This may increase the running time of EmitFunctionProlog, as we have to traverse
expandable arguments twice, but in further refactoring we will be able
to speed up EmitCall by passing already calculated CallArgsToIRArgsMapping to
ConstructAttributeList, thus avoiding traversing expandable argument there.
No functionality change.