[analyzer] Escape pointers stored into top-level parameters with destructors.
Writing stuff into an argument variable is usually equivalent to writing stuff
to a local variable: it will have no effect outside of the function.
There's an important exception from this rule: if the argument variable has
a non-trivial destructor, the destructor would be invoked on
the parent stack frame, exposing contents of the otherwise dead
argument variable to the caller.
If such argument is the last place where a pointer is stored before the function
exits and the function is the one we've started our analysis from (i.e., we have
no caller context for it), we currently diagnose a leak. This is incorrect
because the destructor of the argument still has access to the pointer.
The destructor may deallocate the pointer or even pass it further.
Treat writes into such argument regions as "escapes" instead, suppressing
spurious memory leak reports but not messing with dead symbol removal.
Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D60112