I am using GWT with Lombok and one of Lombok's neat features makes it believe it needs AtomicReference. In GWT context this is not actually true but still the GWT compiler is complaining.
To deal with this I add "fake" AtomicReference to a separate Lombok.gwt.xml module.
With permission from its author, Dávid Karnok, I copied this one, as it does not import any other classes/packages and is under Apache 2.0 license.
Before even creating a pull request, I'm wondering if the maintainers would be OK with adding this class (in its own module) into GWT...?
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