When optimising for code size at the expense of performance, it is often
worth saving and restoring some of r0-r3, if IPRA will be able to take
advantage of them. This doesn't cost any extra code size if we already
have a PUSH/POP pair, and increases the number of available registers
across any calls to the function.
We already have an optimisation which tries fold the subtract/add of the
SP into the PUSH/POP by using extra registers, which somewhat conflicts
with this. I've made the new optimisation less aggressive in cases where
the existing one is likely to trigger, which gives better results than
either of these optimisations by themselves.