test: match gofrontend error messages

These changes match the following gofrontend error messages:

blank1.go:16:1: error: may not define methods on non-local type

chan/perm.go:28:9: error: expected channel
chan/perm.go:29:11: error: left operand of ‘<-’ must be channel
chan/perm.go:69:9: error: argument must be channel

complit1.go:25:16: error: attempt to slice object that is not array, slice, or string
complit1.go:26:16: error: attempt to slice object that is not array, slice, or string
complit1.go:27:17: error: attempt to slice object that is not array, slice, or string
complit1.go:49:41: error: may only omit types within composite literals of slice, array, or map type
complit1.go:50:14: error: expected struct, slice, array, or map type for composite literal

convlit.go:24:9: error: invalid type conversion (cannot use type unsafe.Pointer as type string)
convlit.go:25:9: error: invalid type conversion (cannot use type unsafe.Pointer as type float64)
convlit.go:26:9: error: invalid type conversion (cannot use type unsafe.Pointer as type int)

ddd1.go:63:9: error: invalid use of ‘...’ calling non-variadic function

fixedbugs/bug176.go:12:18: error: index expression is not integer constant

fixedbugs/bug332.go:17:10: error: use of undefined type ‘T’

fixedbugs/issue4232.go:22:16: error: integer constant overflow
fixedbugs/issue4232.go:33:16: error: integer constant overflow
fixedbugs/issue4232.go:44:25: error: integer constant overflow
fixedbugs/issue4232.go:55:16: error: integer constant overflow

fixedbugs/issue4458.go:19:14: error: type has no method ‘foo’

fixedbugs/issue5172.go:24:14: error: too many expressions for struct

init.go:17:9: error: reference to undefined name ‘runtime’

initializerr.go:26:29: error: duplicate value for index 1

interface/explicit.go:60:14: error: type assertion only valid for interface types

label.go:64:9: error: reference to undefined label ‘go2’

label1.go:18:97: error: continue statement not within for
label1.go:22:97: error: continue statement not within for
label1.go:106:89: error: continue statement not within for
label1.go:108:26: error: invalid continue label ‘on’
label1.go:111:118: error: break statement not within for or switch or select
label1.go:113:23: error: invalid break label ‘dance’

map1.go:64:9: error: not enough arguments
map1.go:65:9: error: not enough arguments
map1.go:67:9: error: argument 1 must be a map

method2.go:36:11: error: reference to undefined field or method ‘val’
method2.go:37:11: error: reference to undefined field or method ‘val’
method2.go:41:12: error: method requires pointer (use ‘(*T).g’)

syntax/chan1.go:13:19: error: send statement used as value; use select for non-blocking send
syntax/chan1.go:17:11: error: send statement used as value; use select for non-blocking send

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