|Thu Mar 02 11:47:25 2023 -0800
|Thu Mar 02 14:47:25 2023 -0500
[ci+various] Partially enable javac warning checks (#3293) Since our existing `gradlew lint` check doesn't catch all warnings (notably, deprecation warnings, but also others like raw values), this: - Configures our plugin example apps to enable `-Xlint:all -Werror` for the javac for the plugin project, so that we also get javac lint coverage in CI. This is done in the example app so that it won't affect plugin clients. - Adds a check to `lint-android` that the example is configured this way, so that we don't forget to set it up when adding new plugins (or re-generating plugin examples from template). Where it was trivial for me to just fix existing violations, I did so in this PR. For the rest that had violations, I commented out the enabling of the flags, with a TODO. Normally we would do this kind of thing with a `script/configs` file to opt packages out of a new check, but since this is part of an existing check rather than a whole new command, doing it that way would disable `gradlew lint` for those packages as well. Making a whole new command seemed more complex for the long term, so this seemed like the best short term option. We should try to remove as many of these opt-outs as possible ASAP. Part of https://github.com/flutter/flutter/issues/91868
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