Every now and then, when building a direct ``CallInst`` either from IRBuilder
or through ``Create*``, I have a latent bug because the calling
convention (CC) expected by the function is not set on the call, and I need
to manually call ``setCallingConv``.
Now, from LangRef#calling-conventions,
The calling convention of any pair of dynamic caller/callee must
match, or the behavior of the program is undefined.
So the behavior is correctly defined, as emphasised by the check in
``InstCombineCalls`` that turns mismatching convention into an ``undef``.
This is however very error-prone. Maybe we should either:
- update the API to enforce the CC when building a ``CallInst``
- update LangRef to state that mismatching CC in static call
is an error (note that LangRef is unclear about static call, the quote
only references indirect calls)
- add an optional setting in the ``CreateCall`` that enforces CC
(and let it default to yes?)
Any thoughts on that?