|author||Haohai Wen <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Fri Jun 09 01:36:25 2023|
|committer||Haohai Wen <email@example.com>||Fri Jun 09 02:03:49 2023|
[NFC][COFF] Split WinCOFFObjectWriter to WinCOFFWriter We'd like to support -gsplit-dwarf for Windows COFF. It requires to write Dwo and NonDwo sections to different output streams.The original implementation is not designed to do that and there can be only one MCObjectWriter. This patch split WinCOFFObjectWriter to WinCOFFWriter so that: 1. WinCOFFObjectWriter can create multiple WinCOFFWriter. 2. Each WinCOFFWriter can separately collect sections it is interested. 3. Each WinCOFFWriter can write to it's own output stream. Reviewed By: skan Differential Revision: https://reviews.llvm.org/D152340
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