The aim of this patch is to make it easy to re-run the command without
updating paths in the command line. Here is a use case.
Assume that Alice is having an issue with lld and is reporting the issue
to developer Bob. Alice's current directly is /home/alice/work and her
command line is "ld.lld -o foo foo.o ../bar.o". She adds "--reproduce repro"
to the command line and re-run. Then the following text will be produced as
invocation.txt (notice that the paths are rewritten so that they are
relative to /home/alice/work/repro.)
-o home/alice/work/foo home/alice/work/foo.o home/alice/bar.o
The command also produces the following files by copying inputs.
Alice zips the directory and send it to Bob. Bob get an archive from Alice
and extract it to his home directory as /home/bob/repro. Now his directory
have the following files.
/home/bob/repro/invocation.txt /home/bob/repro/home/alice/work/foo.o /home/bob/repro/home/alice/bar.o
Bob then re-run the command with these files by the following commands.
cd /home/bob/repro ld.lld @invocation.txt