[analyzer] Add sink after construction of temporary with no-return destructor.
The analyzer's CFG currently doesn't have nodes for calls to temporary
destructors. This causes the analyzer to explore infeasible paths in which
a no-return destructor would have stopped exploration and so results in false
positives when no-return destructors are used to implement assertions.
To mitigate these false positives, this patch stops generates a sink after
evaluating a constructor on a temporary object that has a no-return destructor.
This results in a loss of coverage because the time at which the destructor is
called may be after the time of construction (especially for lifetime-extended
This addresses PR15599.