NOTE: This is an updated version of D89526. I finally figured out how to do the proper source/target type materializations to eliminate the need for a single mega-conversion pass, even for structural conversions :)
A "structural" type conversion is one where the underlying ops are
completely agnostic to the actual types involved and simply need to update
their types. An example of this is scf.if -- the scf.if op and the
corresponding scf.yield ops need to update their types accordingly to the
TypeConverter, but otherwise don't care what type conversions are happening.
To test the structural type conversions, it is convenient to define a
bufferize pass for a dialect, which exercises them nicely.