This first version lays the foundations for AArch32 support in JITLink. ELFLinkGraphBuilder_aarch32 processes REL-type relocations and populates LinkGraphs from ELF object files for both big- and little-endian systems. The ArmCfg member controls subarchitecture-specific details throughout the linking process (i.e. it's passed to ELFJITLinker_aarch32).
Relocation types follow the ABI documentation's division into classes: Data (endian-sensitive), Arm (32-bit little-endian) and Thumb (2x 16-bit little-endian, "Thumb32" in the docs). The implementation of instruction encoding/decoding for relocation resolution is implemented symmetrically and is testable in isolation (see AArch32 category in JITLinkTests).
Callable Thumb functions are marked with a ThumbSymbol target-flag and stored in the LinkGraph with their real addresses. The thumb-bit is added back in when the owning JITDylib requests the address for such a symbol.
The StubsManager can generate (absolute) Thumb-state stubs for branch range extensions on v7+ targets. Proper GOT/PLT handling is not yet implemented.
This patch is based on the backend implementation in ez-clang and has just enough functionality to model the infrastructure and link a Thumb function main() that calls printf() to dump "Hello Arm!" on Armv7a. It was tested on Raspberry Pi with 32-bit Raspbian OS.