fsl/fsr take their shift amount in $rs2 or an immediate. The
sources are $rs1 and $rs3.
fshl/fshr ISD opcodes both concatenate operand 0 in the high bits and
operand 1 in the lower bits. fshl returns the high bits after
shifting and fshr returns the low bits. So a shift amount of 0
returns operand 0 for fshl and operand 1 for fshr.
fsl/fsr concatenate their operands in different orders such that
$rs1 will be returned for a shift amount of 0. So $rs1 needs to
come from operand 0 of fshl and operand 1 of fshr.