Marks functions for which Objective-C rules should be used for determinating whether two functions are conflicting.

Objective-C allows overloads by selector. Such functions can have same types, and differ only by parameter names in Kotlin, while it is not generally supported.

This leads to an error, when a Kotlin class attempts to override both versions of a method that is overloaded by names only.

If all such methods are annotated by this annotation, the error would be suppressed.

Annotation is only applicable to overrides of methods coming from Objective-C interop.