[fidl][go] Clean up remnants of v1

This CL is a follow-up to I3fc7b03ad94a06e07b35c2f83228469a569fe4c1 that
cleans up some things that are safe to remove now that the fuchsia.git
CL I883339d0f5a1b076c9b48ac59c07309e655ff22d has landed.

Bug: 79584
Test: fx test fidl_{client,server}_suite_go_test
Change-Id: I32ee59fdf46b38a037781c5540c12257140671fd
Reviewed-on: https://fuchsia-review.googlesource.com/c/third_party/go/+/923132
Reviewed-by: Ian McKellar <ianloic@google.com>
Commit-Queue: Mitchell Kember <mkember@google.com>
2 files changed
tree: 63ee82709d1e4a7d4f5ab785dc26ac3e19830f55
  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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