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The reason why ManagedProtoBuffer exists is to give the users an extra bit of type safety inside of the closure passed to ManagedBuffer.create(). This closure receives the ManagedBuffer instance and returns the initial value that is stored in the buffer (the header part of the buffer). We are passing the ManagedBuffer as ManagedProtoBuffer to prevent the closure from reading the uninitialized value property. Maybe this extra bit of safety is not worth the API surface complexity.