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[RISCV] Starting fixing issues that prevent us from testing vXi64 intrinsics on…

Authored by craig.topper on Mar 10 2021, 9:37 AM.

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[RISCV] Starting fixing issues that prevent us from testing vXi64 intrinsics on RV32.

Currently we crash in type legalization any time an intrinsic
uses a scalar i64 on RV32.

This patch adds support for type legalizing this to prevent
crashing. I don't promise that it uses the best possible codegen
just that it is functional.

This first version handles 3 cases. vmv.v.x intrinsic, vmv.s.x
intrinsic and intrinsics that take a scalar input, splat it and
then do some operation.

For vmv.v.x we'll either rely on hardware sign extension for
constants or we'll convert it to multiple splats and bit
manipulation.

For vmv.s.x we use a really unoptimal sequence inspired by what
we do for an INSERT_VECTOR_ELT.

For the third case we'll either try to use the .vi form for
constants or convert to a complicated splat and bitmanip and use
the .vv form of the operation.

I've renamed the ExtendOperand field to SplatOperand now use it
specifically for the third case. The first two cases are handled
by custom lowering specifically for those intrinsics.

I haven't updated all tests yet, but I tried to cover a subset
that includes single-width, widening, and narrowing.

Reviewed By: frasercrmck

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D97895