• Class
    Indicates that the return value of the annotated API is ignorable.
    Indicates that the return value of the annotated method must be used.
    Declares that a parameter to a method must be "compatible with" one of the type parameters in the method's enclosing class, or on the method itself.
    Annotation for method parameter and class field declarations, which denotes that corresponding actual values must be compile-time constant expressions.
    Indicates that the annotated method should not be called under any normal circumstances, yet is either impossible to remove, or should not ever be removed.
    Annotation representing a type that should not be mocked.
    Annotation for a method that takes a printf-style format string as an argument followed by arguments for that format string.
    Annotation for method parameter declarations which denotes that actual parameters will be used as a format string in printf-style formatting.
    Indicates that the annotated method is provided only to be overridden: it should not be invoked from outside its declaring source file (as if it is private), and overriding methods should not be directly invoked at all.
    The class to which this annotation is applied is immutable.
    The type parameter to which this annotation is applied should only be instantiated with immutable types.
    Annotation declaring that the target annotation is incompatible with any one of the provided modifiers.
    Indicates that callers of this API should be inlined.
    An annotation that disables validation of the InlineMe annotation's correctness (i.e.: that it accurately represents an inlining of the annotated method).
    Indicates that the annotated element should not be removed, and that its visibility, modifiers, type, and name should not be modified.
    Modifiers in the Java language, as specified in:
    Annotation for constructors of AutoCloseables or methods that return an AutoCloseable and require that the resource is closed.
    Annotation for method declarations, which denotes that this method will not cause allocations that are visible from source code.
    Indicates that any concrete method that overrides the annotated method, directly or indirectly, must invoke super.theAnnotatedMethod(...) at some point.
    Annotation declaring that the target annotation requires all the specified modifiers.
    Restrict this method to callsites with a allowlist annotation.
    Indicates that the PackageLocation warning should be suppressed for this package.
    This annotation indicates that the class/interface it is applied to is thread safe
    The parameter or local variable to which this annotation is applied is non-final.