The compile time argument has me scratching my head.
I can't find any such argument in Daniel's blog post. The problem certainly is not compile time vs runtime, it's about global knowledge, scanning the whole compile classpath (which is slow) and assuming it'll be similar to the runtime classpath: add a JAR to the classpath and see your compiled size blow up. Having an @ExtraTypes-like annotation to act as a whitelist would solve this and likely allow RPC to be done as an annotation processor.
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