Fixes two problems with GCNHazardRecognizer:
- It only scans up to 5 instructions emitted earlier.
- It does not take control flow into account. An earlier instruction
from the previous basic block is not necessarily a predecessor.
At the same time a real predecessor block is not scanned.
The patch provides a way to distinguish between scheduler and
hazard recognizer mode. It is OK to work with emitted instructions
in the scheduler because we do not really know what will be emitted
later and its order. However, when pass works as a hazard recognizer
the schedule is already finalized, and we have full access to the
instructions for the whole function, so we can properly traverse
predecessors and their instructions.