Introduce -fsanitize-trap= flag.
This flag controls whether a given sanitizer traps upon detecting
an error. It currently only supports UBSan. The existing flag
-fsanitize-undefined-trap-on-error has been made an alias of
This change also cleans up some awkward behavior around the combination
of -fsanitize-trap=undefined and -fsanitize=undefined. Previously we
would reject command lines containing the combination of these two flags,
as -fsanitize=vptr is not compatible with trapping. This required the
creation of -fsanitize=undefined-trap, which excluded -fsanitize=vptr
(and -fsanitize=function, but this seems like an oversight).
Now, -fsanitize=undefined is an alias for -fsanitize=undefined-trap,
and if -fsanitize-trap=undefined is specified, we treat -fsanitize=vptr
as an "unsupported" flag, which means that we error out if the flag is
specified explicitly, but implicitly disable it if the flag was implied
Differential Revision: http://reviews.llvm.org/D10464