The -I (--input-target) and -B (--binary-architecture) flags exist but are currently silently ignored. This adds support for -I binary for architectures i386, x86-64 (and alias i386:x86-64), arm, and aarch64. This is largely based on D41687.
This is done by implementing an additional subclass of Reader, BinaryReader, which works by interpreting the input file as contents for .data field, sets up a synthetic header, and adds additional sections/symbols (e.g. _binary__tmp_data_txt_start). Additionally, change the symbol table to own symbols, by changing StringRef to std::string, as the synthetic symbols added are otherwise unowned.