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Refactor DynamicLibrary so searching for a symbol will have a defined order and…

Authored by marsupial on Apr 27 2017, 9:55 AM.

Description

Refactor DynamicLibrary so searching for a symbol will have a defined order and libraries are properly unloaded when llvm_shutdown is called.

Summary:
This was mostly affecting usage of the JIT, where storing the library handles in
a set made iteration unordered/undefined. This lead to disagreement between the
JIT and native code as to what the address and implementation of particularly on
Windows with stdlib functions:

JIT: putenv_s("TEST", "VALUE") called msvcrt.dll, putenv_s
JIT: getenv("TEST") -> "VALUE"
called msvcrt.dll, getenv
Native: getenv("TEST") -> NULL // called ucrt.dll, getenv

Also fixed is the issue of DynamicLibrary::getPermanentLibrary(0,0) on Windows
not giving priority to the process' symbols as it did on Unix.

Reviewers: chapuni, v.g.vassilev, lhames

Reviewed By: lhames

Subscribers: danalbert, srhines, mgorny, vsk, llvm-commits

Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D30107

llvm-svn: 301562