The current support only printed coredump notes, but most binaries also
contain notes. This change adds names for four FreeBSD-specific notes and
pretty-prints three of them:
This note holds a 32-bit (decimal) integer containing the value of the
__FreeBSD_version macro, which is defined in crt1.o and will hold a value
such as 1300076 for a binary build on a FreeBSD 13 system.
A string containing the value of the build-time MACHINE_ARCH
NT_FREEBSD_FEATURE_CTL: A 32-bit flag that indicates to the kernel that
the binary wants certain bevahiour. Examples include setting
NT_FREEBSD_FCTL_ASLR_DISABLE which tells the kernel to disable ASLR.
After this change llvm-readobj also no longer decodes coredump-only
FreeBSD notes in non-coredump files. I've also converted the
note-freebsd.s test to use yaml2obj instead of llvm-mc.