[analyzer] Better detect when C++ object was constructed into existing region.
When the analyzer evaluates a CXXConstructExpr, it looks ahead in the CFG for
the current block to detect what region the object should be constructed into.
If the constructor was directly constructed into a local variable or field
region then there is no need to explicitly bind the constructed value to
the local or field when analyzing the DeclStmt or CXXCtorInitializer that
called the constructor.
Unfortunately, there were situations in which the CXXConstructExpr was
constructed into a temporary region but when evaluating the corresponding
DeclStmt or CXXCtorInitializer the analyzer assumed the object was constructed
into the local or field. This led to spurious warnings about uninitialized
To avoid these false positives, this commit factors out the logic for
determining when a CXXConstructExpr will be directly constructed into existing
storage, adds the inverse logic to detect when the corresponding later bind can
be safely skipped, and adds assertions to make sure these two checks are in