[banjo] Wire up fidlgen_banjo in the build.

- Create new template to augment the existing `banjo` template by
  adding targets which handle the Banjo sources as FIDL sources;
- Generate "C bindings" (placeholders for now) with fidlgen_banjo;
- Add a build step to ensure bindings generated respectively by the
  banjo and fidlgen_banjo tools remain identical.

Bug: 68157
Change-Id: I233889f558c68c8166bf2d8ee0d6e5487328b4e5
Reviewed-on: https://fuchsia-review.googlesource.com/c/fuchsia/+/476317
Commit-Queue: P.Y. Laligand <pylaligand@google.com>
Reviewed-by: David Gilhooley <dgilhooley@google.com>
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