GNU addr2line accepts input addresses both on the command-line and via stdin. llvm-symbolizer previously only supported the latter. This change adds support for the former. As with addr2line, the new behaviour is to only look for addresses on stdin if no positional arguments were provided to llvm-symbolizer.
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When fed in via stdin, each input needs to be on a new line. I'm not sure I know a way to do this with a single echo command.
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I'm actually not sure why this couldn't have been done before.