Add exhaustive test for group functions on a low-order subgroup

We observe that when changing the b-value in the elliptic curve formula
`y^2 = x^3 + ax + b`, the group law is unchanged. Therefore our functions
for secp256k1 will be correct if and only if they are correct when applied
to the curve defined by `y^2 = x^3 + 4` defined over the same field. This
curve has a point P of order 199.
This commit adds a test which computes the subgroup generated by P and
exhaustively checks that addition of every pair of points gives the correct
result.
Unfortunately we cannot test const-time scalar multiplication by the same
mechanism. The reason is that these ecmult functions both compute a wNAF
representation of the scalar, and this representation is tied to the order
of the group.
Testing with the incomplete version of gej_add_ge (found in 5de4c5dff^)
shows that this detects the incompleteness when adding P - 106P, which
is exactly what we expected since 106 is a cube root of 1 mod 199.

Add ability to use a statically generated ecmult context.

This vastly shrinks the size of the context required for signing on devices with
memory-mapped Flash.
Tables are generated by the new gen_context tool into a header.