Allow clients of the llvm library to opt-in to one-shot SIGPIPE
handling, instead of forcing them to undo llvm's SIGPIPE handler
registration (which is brittle).
The current behavior is preserved for all llvm-derived tools (except
lldb) by means of a default-true flag in the InitLLVM constructor.
This prevents "IO error" crashes in long-lived processes (lldb is the
motivating example) which both a) load llvm as a dynamic library and b)
*really* need to ignore SIGPIPE.
As llvm signal handlers can be installed when calling into libclang
(say, via RemoveFileOnSignal), thereby overriding a previous SIG_IGN for
SIGPIPE, there is no clean way to opt-out of "exit-on-SIGPIPE" in the