Add raw1394_get_speed() API

This lets initiators of isochronous streams or asynchronous streams from
or to the local node figure out what maximum speed can be configured.

Furthermore it can be used to display connection speeds for informative
purposes without having to perform topology analysis (in case of 1394a
buses) or extensive phy port status queries (in case of 1394b buses).

To be in line with other existing libraw1394 APIs which use nodeid_t
variables, this API identifies a node only via a card:nodeID tuple which
is unsafe against generation changes.  A node can only be properly
identified by card:generation:nodeID tuples.  However, since this new
API extension and libraw1394 as a whole is mainly aimed towards existing
libraw1394 client code bases rather than new developments, I decided
against making this call race free but somewhat more difficult to use in
typical existing client code.

A unit test for the new call is added to testlibraw as well.

Signed-off-by: Stefan Richter <stefanr@s5r6.in-berlin.de>
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