This patch attempts to replicate GNU c++-filt behavior when splitting stdin input for demangling.
Previously, cxx-filt would split input only on spaces. Each delimited item is then demangled.
From what I have tested, GNU c++filt also splits input on any character that does not make
up the mangled name (notably commas, but also a large set of non-alphanumeric characters).
This patch splits stdin input on any character that does not belong to the Itanium mangling
format (since Itanium is currently the only supported format in llvm-cxxfilt).
This is an update to PR39990