macOS: Offer control over host architecture on Apple Silicon hosts
Since !5291 (merged) we use
sysctl to detect
that we are running on Apple Silicon in a way that pierces Rosetta.
This always sets
CMAKE_HOST_SYSTEM_PROCESSOR to be
arm64 on such
hosts. However, macOS offers strong support for running processes under
Teach CMake to select either
x86_64 as the host
architecture on Apple Silicon based on the architecture of its own
process. When CMake is built as a universal binary, macOS will select
whichever slice (architecture) is appropriate under the user's shell,
CMAKE_HOST_SYSTEM_PROCESSOR will match.
Also offer a
CMAKE_APPLE_SILICON_PROCESSOR variable and environment
variable to provide users with explicit control over the host
architecture selection regardless of CMake's own architecture.
CMAKE_OSX_ARCHITECTURES is not set, pass explicit flags to
the toolchain to use selected host architecture instead of letting the
Fixes: #21554 (closed)