Extend CBFS to support arbitrary ROM source media.

	Isolate CBFS underlying I/O to board/arch-specific implementations as
	"media stream", to allow loading and booting romstage on non-x86.

	CBFS functions now all take a new "media source" parameter; use
	CBFS_DEFAULT_MEDIA if you simply want to load from main firmware.
	API Changes:
		cbfs_find => cbfs_get_file.
		cbfs_find_file => cbfs_get_file_content.
		cbfs_get_file => cbfs_get_file_content with correct type.

CBFS used to work only on memory-mapped ROM (all x86). For platforms like ARM,
the ROM may come from USB, UART, or SPI -- any serial devices and not available
for memory mapping.

To support these devices (and allowing CBFS to read from multiple source
at the same time), CBFS operations are now virtual-ized into "cbfs_media".  To
simplify porting existing code, every media source must support both "reading
into pre-allocated memory (read)" and "read and return an allocated buffer
(map)". For devices without native memory-mapped ROM, "cbfs_simple_buffer*"
provides simple memory mapping simulation.

Every CBFS function now takes a cbfs_media* as parameter. CBFS_DEFAULT_MEDIA
is defined for CBFS functions to automatically initialize a per-board default
media (CBFS will internally calls init_default_cbfs_media).  Also revised CBFS
function names relying on memory mapped backend (ex, "cbfs_find" => actually
loads files). Now we only have two getters:
	struct cbfs_file *entry = cbfs_get_file(media, name);
	void *data = cbfs_get_file_content(CBFS_DEFAULT_MEDIA, name, type);

Test results:
 - Verified to work on x86/qemu.
 - Compiles on ARM, and follow up commit will provide working SPI driver.

Change-Id: Iac911ded25a6f2feffbf3101a81364625bb07746
Signed-off-by: Hung-Te Lin <hungte@chromium.org>
Reviewed-on: http://review.coreboot.org/2182
Tested-by: build bot (Jenkins)
Reviewed-by: Ronald G. Minnich <rminnich@gmail.com>
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