Symbols of the same type must be laid out contiguously: following ld64's
lead, we choose to emit all local symbols first, then external symbols,
and finally undefined symbols. For each symbol type, the LC_DYSYMTAB
load command will record the range (start index and total number) of
those symbols in the symbol table.
This work was motivated by the fact that LLDB won't search for debug
info if LC_DYSYMTAB says there are no local symbols (since STABS symbols
are all local symbols). With this change, LLDB is now able to display
the source lines at a given breakpoint when debugging our binaries.
Some tests had to be updated due to local symbol names now appearing in