[bt][hci] Add hci-spec library

Split out simple data and value defitions of the HCI spec from the
existing hci library into a new `hci-spec` library. This library
defines HCI commands, events, parameters, errors, and commonly used
default values.

This library has a minimal set of dependencies and attempts to be
platform-independent, so that it could be easily used on non-Fuchsia
platforms.

Test: Refactor only; just renaming and moving files around.

Change-Id: I1ac40e0fb0b843b76d63c5a71ae4d041822ac2fb
Reviewed-on: https://fuchsia-review.googlesource.com/c/fuchsia/+/501240
Commit-Queue: Nick Pollard <nickpollard@google.com>
Reviewed-by: Marie Janssen 💖 <jamuraa@google.com>
140 files changed
tree: 8ccbeca9afdcad8f727b0730fbe5aa567bc0bf4b
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