Tablegen's DAGISelMatcher emits integers in a VBR format,
so if an integer is below 128 it can fit into a single
byte, otherwise high bit is set, next byte is used etc.
MatcherTable is essentially an unsigned char table. When
SelectionDAGISel parses the table it does a reverse translation.
In a situation when numeric value of an integer to emit is
unknown it can be emitted not as OPC_EmitInteger but as
OPC_EmitStringInteger using a symbolic name of the value.
In this situation the value should not exceed 127.
One of the situations when OPC_EmitStringInteger is used is
if we need to emit a subreg into a matcher table. However,
number of subregs can exceed 127. Currently last defined subreg
for AMDGPU is 192. That results in a silent bug in the ISel
with matcher reading from an invalid offset.
Fixed this bug to emit actual VBR encoded value for a subregs
which value exceeds 127.