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Before CL 463992 there were some cases that cmd/dist did not test
but that platform.BuildModeSupport permitted. In CL 463992 those
conflicts were resolved in favor of platform.BuildModeSupport.
However, further testing has uncovered some cases that do not in
fact work. Adjust those in both cmd/dist and internal/platform.

In particular, mark android-arm and android-arm64 as not supporting
plugin mode.  Sample failure:

Mark ios as not supporting c-archive mode.  Sample failure:

Fixes #58170
Fixes #58172

Change-Id: Ic1bd18e36382cac0779aad48cb6e7b1de8eeb10d
Reviewed-by: Bryan Mills <>
Run-TryBot: Ian Lance Taylor <>
Auto-Submit: Ian Lance Taylor <>
Run-TryBot: Ian Lance Taylor <>
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