According to the current design, if a floating point operation is

represented by constrained intrinsic somewhere in a function, all

floating point operations in the function must be represented by

constrained intrinsics. It imposes additional requirements to inlining

mechanism. If non-strictfp function is inlined into strictfp function,

all ordinary FP operations must be replaced with their constrained

counterparts. Such behavior is implemented by this change.

Inlining strictfp function into non-strictfp is not implemented as it

would require replacement of all FP operations in the host function,

which now is undesirable due to expected performance loss.