node_get_by_nickname() fails to give warning on unique-but-unnamed node.
There are two checks in node_get_by_nickname for listing an unnamed router by name. One checks for
(smartlist_len(matches)>1 && warn_if_unnamed), whereas the other one also checks for
(smartlist_len(matches)>1 && warn_if_unnamed). Whoops.
The impact is that if there is one match, no warning will be produced, even though it arguably should (now that Naming is no longer a thing).
Found by GCC6 with -Wduplicated-cond as part of #19180 (moved).