When using -fprofile-list to selectively apply instrumentation only
to certain files or functions, we may end up with a binary that doesn't
have any counters in the case where no files were selected. However,
because on Linux and Fuchsia, we pass -ullvm_profile_runtime, the
runtime would still be pulled in and incur some non-trivial overhead,
especially in the case when the continuous or runtime counter relocation
mode is being used. A better way would be to pull in the profile runtime
only when needed by declaring the llvm_profile_runtime symbol in the
translation unit only when needed.
This approach was already used prior to 9a041a75221ca, but we changed it
to always generate the llvm_profile_runtime due to a TAPI limitation.
Since TAPI is only used on Mach-O platforms, we could use the early
emission of llvm_profile_runtime there, and on other platforms we
could change back to the earlier approach where the symbol is generated
later only when needed. We can stop passing -u__llvm_profile_runtime to
the linker on Linux and Fuchsia since the generated undefined symbol in
each translation unit that needed it serves the same purpose.