Fix for issue 254.

This solution is unfortunate but it works... For each extension like assistedinject, we use jarjar to create a .jar with all dependencies embedded. This classes in this jar have "imports" that point at the .internal versions of our libraries. 

Then we create a second jar that's a copy of the first without the internal/ package. This way Guice only includes one copy of collections, etc.

It would be convenient if jarjar had a feature where it could remap imports without actually embedding 'em.

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