[analyzer] operator new: Model the cast of returned pointer into object type.
According to [basic.stc.dynamic.allocation], the return type of any C++
overloaded operator new() is "void *". However, type of the new-expression
"new T()" and the type of "this" during construction of "T" are both "T *".
Hence an implicit cast, which is not present in the AST, needs to be performed
before the construction. This patch adds such cast in the case when the
allocator was indeed inlined. For now, in the case where the allocator was *not*
inlined we still use the same symbolic value (which is a pure SymbolicRegion of
type "T *") because it is consistent with how we represent the casts and causes
less surprise in the checkers after switching to the new behavior.
The better approach would be to represent that value as a cast over a
SymbolicRegion of type "void *", however we have technical difficulties
conjuring such region without any actual expression of type "void *" present in
Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D41250