[fidl][go] Remove support for the v1 wire format

This CL makes the FIDL Go bindings reject v1 messages, and removes logic
for supporting the v1 wire format. This could have been done a long time
ago but we forgot about it.

A follow up CL will remove UsesV2WireFormat and IsSupportedVersion()
once fuchsia.git is updated to move off those.

Bug: 79584
Test: fx test fidl_{client,server}_suite_go_test
Change-Id: I3fc7b03ad94a06e07b35c2f83228469a569fe4c1
Reviewed-on: https://fuchsia-review.googlesource.com/c/third_party/go/+/923052
Commit-Queue: Mitchell Kember <mkember@google.com>
Reviewed-by: Ian McKellar <ianloic@google.com>
5 files changed
tree: 771392f3cc39abcefbf79681b718ca22219a1796
  1. .github/
  2. api/
  3. doc/
  4. lib/
  5. makefuchsia/
  6. makeroot/
  7. meta/
  8. misc/
  9. src/
  10. test/
  11. .gitattributes
  12. .gitignore
  13. BUILD.gn
  14. codereview.cfg
  17. OWNERS
  19. README.md
  20. regen-api
  21. regen-api.py
  22. regen-fidl
  23. regen-syscalls
  24. SECURITY.md
  25. UPGRADE.md

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