runtime: support new callbackasm1 calling convention on windows/arm

This updates the callbacks implementation on windows/arm for the
changes made in CL 258938. At the time, that was left as a TODO.

At the same time, it also extends the previous support for only 4
arguments to also support additional arguments on the stack. This is
required for functions like SetWinEventHook, which take 7 arguments. It
does this by pushing r0-r3 onto the stack before the normal prologue,
and then pointing the args struct to that location.

This is derived from CL 270077 and CL 270078.

Updates #40724.
Fixes #42591.

Change-Id: Icc199e7f2c24205e41be4e00015283c7e2a9b797
Run-TryBot: Jason A. Donenfeld <>
Trust: Jason A. Donenfeld <>
Reviewed-by: Austin Clements <>
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