Fix names of functions that convert strings to addrs
Now let's have "lookup" indicate that there can be a hostname resolution, and "parse" indicate that there wasn't. Previously, we had one "lookup" function that did resolution; four "parse" functions, half of which did resolution; and a "from_str()" function that didn't do resolution. That's confusing and error-prone! The code changes in this commit are exactly the result of this perl script, run under "perl -p -i.bak" : s/tor_addr_port_parse/tor_addr_port_lookup/g; s/parse_addr_port(?=[^_])/addr_port_lookup/g; s/tor_addr_from_str/tor_addr_parse/g; This patch leaves aton and pton alone: their naming convention and behavior is is determined by the sockets API. More renaming may be needed.