Teach WinCOFFObjectWriter how to write -mbig-obj style object files;
these object files allow for more sections inside an object file.
Our support for BigObj is notable different from binutils and cl: we
implicitly upgrade object files to BigObj instead of asking the user to
compile the same file *again* but with another flag. This matches up
with how LLVM treats ELF variants.
This was tested by forcing LLVM to always emit BigObj files and running
the entire test suite. A specific test hasn't been added because I feel
it is prohibitively expensive to add such a test.
I've lowered the maximum number of sections in a normal COFF file,
VS "14" CTP 3 supports no more than 65279 sections. This is important
otherwise we might not switch to BigObj quickly enough, leaving us with
a COFF file that we couldn't link.
yaml2obj support is all that remains to implement.