Revert PRs relating to single window assumption (#122369)

* Revert "Remove references to BindingBase.window (#122119)"

This reverts commit c7681f00cf1fb1c63bebb27d715f29feb77b78b7.

* Revert "Remove another reference to BindingBase.window (#122341)"

This reverts commit 6ec444506375cfa94535a45c2320e01094c295e0.

* Revert "Reland (2): Removes single window assumptions from `flutter_test` (#122233)"

This reverts commit eb3d317ea06e59fadc379210f5c6e685505d8e0f.

* Revert "Remove single view assumption from TestViewConfiguration (#122352)"

This reverts commit 927289fb4e5b25a71f794bc808a8c31554859a50.

* Revert "Updates `flutter/test/cupertino` to no longer use `TestWindow` (#122325)"

This reverts commit 67e17e45f05271c6c409183c1d33806683cb9e4d.

* Revert "Updates `flutter/test/gestures` to no longer reference `TestWindow` (#122327)"

This reverts commit c2a5111cc0f9bcb104982b38a1a0a9c4210b601f.

* Revert "Updates `flutter/test/rendering` to no longer use `TestWindow` (#122347)"

This reverts commit 28b65e089b3f8e8c21572cd8a73184858b6360c3.

* Revert "Updates `flutter_localizations/test` to stop using `TestWindow` (#122321)"

This reverts commit 01367d52d7886f51a8921c9dc4a8e4c541686e98.
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