Revert all SASL authzid (new feature) commits

- Revert all commits related to the SASL authzid feature since the next
  release will be a patch release, 7.65.1.

Prior to this change CURLOPT_SASL_AUTHZID  / --sasl-authzid was destined
for the next release, assuming it would be a feature release 7.66.0.
However instead the next release will be a patch release, 7.65.1 and
will not contain any new features.

After the patch release after the reverted commits can be restored by
using cherry-pick:

git cherry-pick a14d72c a9499ff 8c1cc36 c2a8d52 0edf690

Details for all reverted commits:

Revert "os400: take care of CURLOPT_SASL_AUTHZID in curl_easy_setopt_ccsid()."

This reverts commit 0edf6907ae37e2020722e6f61229d8ec64095b0a.

Revert "tests: Fix the line endings for the SASL alt-auth tests"

This reverts commit c2a8d52a1356a722ff9f4aeb983cd4eaf80ef221.

Revert "examples: Added SASL PLAIN authorisation identity (authzid) examples"

This reverts commit 8c1cc369d0c7163c6dcc91fd38edfea1f509ae75.

Revert "curl: --sasl-authzid added to support CURLOPT_SASL_AUTHZID from the tool"

This reverts commit a9499ff136d89987af885e2d7dff0a066a3e5817.

Revert "sasl: Implement SASL authorisation identity via CURLOPT_SASL_AUTHZID"

This reverts commit a14d72ca2fec5d4eb5a043936e4f7ce08015c177.
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