NOTE: this is an updated version of https://reviews.llvm.org/D89923
BufferPlacement is no longer part of bufferization. However, this test
is an important test of "finalizing" bufferize passes.
A "finalizing" bufferize conversion is one that performs a "full"
conversion and expects all tensors to be gone from the program. This in
particular involves rewriting funcs (including block arguments of the
contained region), calls, and returns. The unique property of finalizing
bufferization passes is that they cannot be done via a local
transformation with suitable materializations to ensure composability
(as other bufferization passes do). For example, if a call is
rewritten, the callee needs to be rewritten otherwise the IR will end up
invalid. Thus, finalizing bufferization passes require an atomic change
to the entire program (e.g. the whole module).
This new designation makes it clear also that it shouldn't be testing
bufferization of linalg ops, so the tests have been updated to not use
linalg.generic ops. (linalg.copy is still used as the "copy" op for
copying into out-params)