- GNU ld places non-SHF_ALLOC sections after SHF_ALLOC sections. This has the advantage that the file offsets of a non-SHF_ALLOC cannot be contained in a PT_LOAD. This patch matches the behavior.
- For non-SHF_ALLOC non-orphan sections, GNU ld may assign non-zero sh_addr and treat them similar to SHT_NOBITS (not advance location counter). This is an alternative approach to what we have done in D85100. By placing non-SHF_ALLOC sections at the end, we can drop special cases in createSection and findOrphanPos added by D85100.
Different from GNU ld, we set sh_addr to 0 for non-SHF_ALLOC sections. 0 arguably is better because non-SHF_ALLOC sections don't appear in the memory image.
ELF spec says:
sh_addr - If the section will appear in the memory image of a process, this
member gives the address at which the section's first byte should
reside. Otherwise, the member contains 0.
The behavior we don't want to match is the special treatment of .symtab
.shstrtab .strtab: they can be matched in LLD but not in GNU ld.