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[clang-cl] Always interpret the LIB env var as separated with semicolons

Authored by mstorsjo on Sep 20 2020, 1:19 PM.

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[clang-cl] Always interpret the LIB env var as separated with semicolons

When cross compiling with clang-cl, clang splits the INCLUDE env
variable around semicolons (clang/lib/Driver/ToolChains/MSVC.cpp,
MSVCToolChain::AddClangSystemIncludeArgs) and lld splits the
LIB variable similarly (lld/COFF/Driver.cpp,
LinkerDriver::addLibSearchPaths). Therefore, the consensus for
cross compilation with clang-cl and lld-link seems to be to use
semicolons, despite path lists normally being separated by colons
on unix and EnvPathSeparator being set to that.

Therefore, handle the LIB variable similarly in Clang, when
handling lib file arguments when driving linking via Clang.

This fixes commands like "clang-cl test.c -Fetest.exe kernel32.lib" in
a cross compilation setting. Normally, most users call (lld-)link
directly, but meson happens to use this command syntax for
has_function() tests.

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D88002