[flutter_releases] Flutter beta 2.10.0-0.2.pre Framework Cherrypicks (#96872)

* RawKeyboard repeat events, and SingleActivator.includeRepeats (#96154)

* Reland "Ensure the engineLayer is disposed when an OpacityLayer is disabled"" (#96295)

* Update Flutter desktop doc URL in error message (#96559)

When desktop support is not present in an existing project, certain
flutter tool commands raise an error that direct the user to
documentation on how to add desktop support to an existing Flutter
project. In a recent revamp of the webside, the URL was very slightly
changed (flutter.dev -> docs.flutter.dev).

This updates the error message to output the new URL.

Issue: https://github.com/flutter/flutter/issues/94398

* 'add branch flutter-2.8-candidate.16 to enabled_branches in .ci.yaml'

* 'Update Engine revision to 74b74b10ea6764e373ca2bcb420fdb4a6f6b5918 for beta release 2.10.0-0.2.pre'

* Removed unnecessary reference to enabled_branches

Co-authored-by: Tong Mu <dkwingsmt@users.noreply.github.com>
Co-authored-by: Dan Field <dnfield@google.com>
Co-authored-by: Chris Bracken <chris@bracken.jp>
Co-authored-by: Kevin Chisholm <kevinjchisholm@google.com>
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  6. .ci.yaml
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  8. .gitattributes
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  10. analysis_options.yaml
  15. dartdoc_options.yaml
  16. flutter_console.bat
  18. material_fonts.version
  20. README.md

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