A method or constructor with one or more parameters whose declaration is
annotated with the
@CompileTimeConstant type annotation must only be invoked
with corresponding actual parameters that are computed as compile-time constant
expressions, such as a literal or static final constant.
Getting Java 8 references to methods with
@CompileTimeConstant parameters is
disallowed because we couldn’t check if the method reference is later applied to
a compile-time constant. Use the methods directly instead.
For the same reason, it’s also disallowed to create lambda expressions with
Suppress false positives by adding the suppression annotation
@SuppressWarnings("CompileTimeConstant") to the enclosing element.