Will Lombok survive after Java Records?

[1] Records are a new kind of type declaration in the Java language. Like an enum, a record is a restricted form of class. It declares its representation, and commits to an API that matches that representation. Records give up a freedom that classes usually enjoy: the ability to decouple API from representation. In return, records gain a significant degree of concision.

A record has a name and a state description. The state description declares the components of the record. Optionally, a record has a body. For example:

record Point(int x, int y) { }
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