scanner: verify that names are valid C identifiers
This mostly resolves #24 (closed). The wayland_scanner code now checks that names in XML protocol files only have letters that are [_0-9a-zA-Z] or unicode, and that names which may form the prefix of an identifier do not begin with a number.
For simplicity, I did not handle edge cases like checking
values are permitted in identifiers by the newer C standards, or
conditionally filtering out the list of 30+ reserved words.
A single test was added to confirm that a bad identifier name will produce an error.
This is WIP because the new test is failing in the pipeline.
Edit: Unicode characters now produce errors instead of warnings.