[dev.regabi] test: run abi/regabipragma test with -c=1

Currently, we call Warnl in SSA backend when we see a function
(defined or called) with regparams pragma. Calling Warnl in
concurrent environment is racy. As the debugging output is
temporary, for testing purposes we just pass -c=1. We'll remove
the pragma and the debugging print some time soon.

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