It's common to use compiler wrappers by setting CC="gomacc clang++".
This results in both args appearing in compile_commands.json, and clang's driver
can't handle this.
This patch attempts to recognize this pattern (by looking for well-known
wrappers) and dropping argv0 in this case.
It conservatively ignores other cases for now:
- wrappers with unknown names
- wrappers that accept -flags
- wrappers where the compiler to use is implied (usually cc or gcc)
This is done at the JSONCompilationDatabase level rather than somewhere more
fundamental, as (hopefully) this isn't a general conceptual problem, but a messy
aspect of the nature of the ecosystem around compile_commands.json.
i.e. compilation databases more tightly tied to the build system should not have