Note: What ELF refers to as "TLS", Mach-O seems to refer to as "TLV", i.e.
This diff implements support for TLV relocations that reference defined
symbols. On x86_64, TLV relocations are always used with movq opcodes, so for
defined TLVs, we don't need to create a synthetic section to store the
addresses of the symbols -- we can just convert the movq to a leaq.
One notable quirk of Mach-O's TLVs is that absolute-address relocations
inside TLV-defining sections behave differently -- their addresses are
no longer absolute, but relative to the start of the target section.
(AFAICT, RIP-relative relocations are not allowed in these sections.)