rL189250 added a realpath call, and rL352916 because realpath breaks assumptions with some build systems. However, the /usr/lib/debug case has been clarified, falling back to /usr/lib/debug is currently broken if the obj passed in is a relative path. Adding a call to use absolute paths when falling back to /usr/lib/debug fixes that while still not making any realpath assumptions.
This also adds a --fallback-debug-path command line flag for testing (since we probably can't write to /usr/lib/debug from buildbot environments), but was also verified manually:
$ rm -f path/to/dwarfdump-test.elf-x86-64 $ strace llvm-symbolizer --obj=relative/path/to/dwarfdump-test.elf-x86-64.debuglink 0x40113f |& grep dwarfdump
Lookups went to relative/path/to/dwarfdump-test.elf-x86-64, relative/path/to/.debug/dwarfdump-test.elf-x86-64, and then finally /usr/lib/debug/absolute/path/to/dwarfdump-test.elf-x86-64.