Add a QuicMemSlice constructor that takes a heap allocated buffer. Advantage:
(1) For small message (e.g., 64 byte ones in time service client), there is no need to use an allocator.
(2) Might make some unit tests easier to write.

PiperOrigin-RevId: 343097958
Change-Id: I5ae41200ef5ba48c89049927e896e423914dfb64
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tree: a2a7b1fc1c8d63f49c04047f3a5b7de8958c171a
  4. common/
  5. epoll_server/
  6. http2/
  7. quic/
  8. spdy/


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