Reland "Remove DartSnapshotBuffer and dry up snapshot resolution logic". (#8645)

This reverts commit 0fcfa0df2aa19947ad73882ab4fb24fc9124e47b.
Windows depends on referencing the snapshot symbols directly instead of
via dlsym. Something in the way these symbolsa are generated in
bin_to_assembly.py is causing them to be inaccessible at runtime.
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  10. README.md
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  12. assets/
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  18. flow/
  19. flutter_kernel_transformers/
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  22. lib/
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  27. third_party/
  28. tools/
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