The special root semantics for identifier-named sections is meant
specifically for the metadata sections. In the context of group
semantics, where group members are always retained or discarded as a
unit, it's natural not to have this semantics apply to a section in a
group, otherwise we would never discard the group defeating the purpose
of using the group in the first place.
This change modifies the GC behavior so that start_/stop_ references
don't retain C identifier named sections in section groups which allows
for these groups to be collected. This matches the behavior of BFD ld.
The only kind of existing case that might break is interdependent
metadata sections that are all in a group together, but that group
doesn't contain any other sections referenced by anything except
implicit inclusion in a __start_ and/or __stop_-referenced
identifier-named section, but such cases should be unlikely.