Opt compiler: ARM64: Block VIXLpools when recording the pc.

VIXL automatically handles and generate literal and veneer pools when
using the MacroAssembler. In general, the pools can be emitted
anywhere. Helpers are provided to forbid VIXL from emitting pools

So when writing the pseudo-code

    __ Fmov(d0, 1.2345);
    __ Ldr(dst, MemOperand(src, offset));
    __ Add(x0, x1, x2);

VIXL might generate code looking like

    0x00: ldr s0, [pc, 0xc]
    0x04: ldr dst, [src, offset]
    0x08: b #0x10
    0x0c: <literal 1.2345>
    0x10: add x0, x1, x2

and the program counter recorded by the helper will point after the
literal pool.
So we explicitly stop VIXL from emitting pools when dealing with code
where we care about the program counter.

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