@javax.inject.Inject, if a method overrides a method annotated
@com.google.inject.Inject, Guice will inject it even if it itself is not
annotated. This differs from the behavior of methods that override
@javax.inject.Inject methods since according to the JSR-330 spec, a method
that overrides a method annotated with
@javax.inject.Inject will not be
injected unless it iself is annotated with
@Inject. Because of this
difference, it is recommended that you annotate this method explicitly.
Suppress false positives by adding the suppression annotation
@SuppressWarnings("OverridesGuiceInjectableMethod") to the enclosing element.