This patch (on top of https://reviews.llvm.org/D35755) provides the clang side necessary
to enable the Solaris port of the sanitizers implemented by https://reviews.llvm.org/D40898,
https://reviews.llvm.org/D40899, and https://reviews.llvm.org/D40900).
A few features of note:
- While compiler-rt cmake/base-config-ix.cmake (COMPILER_RT_OS_DIR) places the runtime libs in a tolower(CMAKE_SYSTEM_NAME) directory, clang defaults to the OS part of the target triplet (solaris2.11 in the case at hand). The patch makes them agree on compiler-rt's idea.
- While Solaris ld accepts a considerable number of GNU ld options for compatibility, it only does so for the double-dash forms. clang unfortunately is inconsistent here and sometimes uses the double-dash form, sometimes the single-dash one that confuses the hell out of Solaris ld. I've changed the affected places to use the double-dash form that should always work.
- As described in https://reviews.llvm.org/D40899, Solaris ld doesn't create the start_sancov_guards/__stop___sancov_guards labels gld/gold/lld do, so I'm including additional runtime libs into the link that provide them.
- One test uses -fstack-protector, but unlike other systems libssp hasn't been folded into Solaris libc, but needs to be linked with separately.
- For now, only 32-bit x86 asan is enabled on Solaris. 64-bit x86 should follow, but sparc (which requires additional compiler-rt changes not yet submitted) fails miserably due to a llvmsparc backend limitation:
fatal error: error in backend: Function "_ZN7testing8internal16BoolFromGTestEnvEPKcb": over-aligned dynamic alloca not supported.
However, inside the gcc tree, Solaris/sparc asan works almost as well as x86.