Unfortunately, we cannot emit NEON opcodes when NEON is not explicitly
enabled (-mfpu=neon), contrary to MMX & SSE on x86. As a consequence,
this will not work for inline assembler in a non-optimized plugin,
namely the deinterlacer.
There is also a(n hopefully theoretical) bug whereby the compiler would
emit NEON instructions in the descriptor or activation callback of a
NEON plugin. This could then crash if NEON is not supported, even
before the NEON run-time check is reached.