Don't do the fortify_source checks if we can determine, at
compile time, that the provided operation is safe.

This avoids silliness like calling fortify source on things like:

  size_t len = strlen("asdf");
  printf("%d\n", len);

and allows the compiler to optimize this code to:

  printf("%d\n", 4);

Defer to gcc's builtin functions instead of pointing our code
to the libc implementation.

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