In general, it seems like the debugger should allow programs to load & run with
libraries as far as possible, instead of defaulting to being super-picky about
This is critical on macOS/Darwin, as libswiftCore.dylib may 1) export a version
symbol using @available markup and then 2) expect that other exported APIs are
only dynamically used once the version symbol is checked. We can't open a
version of the library built with a bleeding-edge SDK on an older OS without
RTLD_LAXY (or pervasive/expensive @available markup added to dyld APIs).