Revert "[VM/compiler] Do not load member signatures from kernel file in JIT mode."

This reverts commit d4b12d6b039341fc4c8ad3a92910bc93d4ae6025.

Reason for revert: Breaks mockito mocks mocking null-safe classes from non-null-safe tests. I am not intending to submit it, just need a commit id of a revert 

Original change's description:
> [VM/compiler] Do not load member signatures from kernel file in JIT mode.
> The number of CFE-generated member signatures can be quite large (see buganizer #162073826).
> CFE now provides a reference from member signatures to their origin (see
> This CL bypasses loading of member signatures in JIT mode and uses their origin as target in interface calls. AOT mode is not modified.
> Fix the implementation of --print-classes flag.
> Change-Id: Ief3e4e58a67bc3321a55d184b3c62ce62cd78689
> Reviewed-on:
> Reviewed-by: Alexander Markov <>,,

# Not skipping CQ checks because original CL landed > 1 day ago.

Change-Id: I775a11244cc971b7aade594aadf2394636c95a2e
Reviewed-by: Régis Crelier <>
Reviewed-by: Ivan Inozemtsev <>
Commit-Queue: Régis Crelier <>
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