In D86000 we added a new sanitizer to the integer group
without adding it to the trapping group. This broke usage of
-fsanitize=integer -fsanitize-trap=integer or -fsanitize=integer
I think we can reasonably expect any new integer sanitizers to be
compatible with trapping and the minimal runtime, so add them to the
trapping group automatically.
Also add a test to ensure that any future additions of sanitizers
to the integer group will most likely result in test failures which
would lead to updates to the minimal runtime if necessary. For this
particular sanitizer no updates are required because it uses the
existing shift_out_of_bounds callback function.