[IR] Do not assume that function pointers are aligned
The value tracking analysis uses function alignment to infer that the
least significant bits of function pointers are known to be zero.
Unfortunately, this is not correct for ARM targets: the least
significant bit of a function pointer stores the ARM/Thumb state
information (i.e., the LSB is set for Thumb functions and cleared for
The original approach (https://reviews.llvm.org/D44781) introduced a
new field for function pointer alignment in the DataLayout structure
to address this. But it seems unlikely that optimizations based on
function pointer alignment would bring much benefit in practice to
justify the additional maintenance burden, so this patch simply
assumes that function pointer alignment is always unknown.
Reviewers: javed.absar, efriedma
Reviewed By: efriedma
Subscribers: kristof.beyls, llvm-commits, hfinkel, rogfer01
Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D46110