For .bss; nop, MC inappropriately calls abort() (via report_fatal_error()) with a message
cannot have fixups in virtual section!
It is a bug to crash for invalid user input. Fix it by erroring out early in EmitInstToData().
Similarly, emitIntValue() in a virtual section (SHT_NOBITS in ELF) can crash with the mssage
non-zero initializer found in section '.bss' (see D4199)
It'd be nice to report the location but so many directives can call emitIntValue()
and it is difficult to track every location.
Note, COFF does not crash because MCAssembler::writeSectionData() is not
called for an IMAGE_SCN_CNT_UNINITIALIZED_DATA section.
Note, GNU as' arm64 backend reports `Error: attempt to store non-zero value in section .bss'``
for a non-zero .inst but fails to do so for other instructions.
We simply reject all instructions, even if the encoding is all zeros.
The Mach-O counterpart is D48517 (see test/MC/MachO/zerofill-text.s)