Strangely enough, the existing implementation used adjusted (by line
directives) source positions to determine layout and thus required
position corrections when printing a line directive.
Instead, just use the unadjusted, absolute source positions and then
printing a line directive doesn't require any adjustments, only some
care to make sure it remains in column 1 as before.
The new code doesn't need to parse line directives anymore and simply
ensures that comments with the //line prefix and starting in column 1
remain in that position. That is a slight change from the old behavior
(which ignored incorrect line directives, e.g. because they had an
invalid line number) but unlikely to show up in real code.
This is prep work for handling of line directives that also specify
columns (which now won't require much special handling anymore).
Reviewed-by: Matthew Dempsky <email@example.com>