Many of our tests need to initialize certain subsystems/plugins of LLDB such as
FileSystem or HostInfo by calling their static Initialize functions before the
test starts and then calling ::Terminate after the test is done (in reverse order).
This adds a lot of error-prone boilerplate code to our testing code.
This patch adds a RAII called SubsystemRAII that ensures that we always call
::Initialize and then call ::Terminate after the test is done (and that the Terminate
calls are always in the reverse order of the ::Initialize calls). It also gets rid of
all of the boilerplate that we had for these calls.
Per-fixture initialization is still not very nice with this approach as it would
require some kind of static unique_ptr that gets manually assigned/reseted
from the gtest SetUpTestCase/TearDownTestCase functions. Because of that
I changed all per-fixture setup to now do per-test setup which can be done
by just having the SubsystemRAII as a member of the test fixture. This change doesn't
influence our normal test runtime as LIT anyway runs each test case separately
(and the Initialize/Terminate calls are anyway not very expensive). It will however
make running all tests in a single executable slightly slower.