Support for the Linux 'perf report' and 'perf annotate' tools.
In this change, the support comes in two flavours:
--perf_jit_prof - outputs the files in a new perf format that only works with a
patched perf tool (patch obtained from Stephane Eranian). Both 'perf report' and
'perf annotate' are supported (the file format also contains the machine code).
--perf_basic_prof - outputs the files in a format that the existing perf tool
can consume. Only 'perf report' is supported.
In both cases, we have to disable code compaction because the perf tool does not
understand code relocation. (We are told that code relocation should be
perf record -g d8 --perf_jit_prof --no_compact_code_space my.js
The change itself is straightforward - we simply listen to code events and
write an entry to a log file for every new piece of code.
I am not yet sure whether we should keep both versions or just one (and which
one). My hope is the reviewers can help here.