include: Use printf(1) instead of shell loops for header symlinks
Using a shell for loop means we have to spawn a separate install(1)
process for each header that is symlinked. This patch uses printf(1) to
generate an argument list that has been prefixed with the correct number
of ../ and then uses a single install(1) invocation.
This reduces the number of execve() calls during make includes from 2442
(with D27622) to 1382. Running make symlinks in include/ now spawns 214
processes instead of 1276 without this patch.
Reviewed By: jhb
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D27723