[ORC] Add support for emulated TLS to ORCv2.
This commit adds a ManglingOptions struct to IRMaterializationUnit, and replaces
IRCompileLayer::CompileFunction with a new IRCompileLayer::IRCompiler class. The
ManglingOptions struct defines the emulated-TLS state (via a bool member,
EmulatedTLS, which is true if emulated-TLS is enabled and false otherwise). The
IRCompileLayer::IRCompiler class wraps an IRCompiler (the same way that the
CompileFunction typedef used to), but adds a method to return the
IRCompileLayer::ManglingOptions that the compiler will use.
These changes allow us to correctly determine the symbols that will be produced
when a thread local global variable defined at the IR level is compiled with or
without emulated TLS. This is required for ORCv2, where MaterializationUnits
must declare their interface up-front.
Most ORCv2 clients should not require any changes. Clients writing custom IR
compilers will need to wrap their compiler in an IRCompileLayer::IRCompiler,
rather than an IRCompileLayer::CompileFunction, however this should be a
straightforward change (see modifications to CompileUtils.* in this patch for an