If a variadic function body contains a musttail call, then we copy all
of the remaining register parameters into virtual registers in the
function prologue. We track the virtual registers through the function
body, and add them as additional registers to pass to the call. Because
this is all done in virtual registers, the register allocator usually
gives us good code. If the function does a call, however, it will have
to spill and reload all argument registers (ew).
Forwarding regparms on x86_32 is not implemented because most compilers
don't support varargs in 32-bit with regparms.