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 import java.util.List;
 import java.util.Set;

Creates, based on your criteria, a JUnit test suite that exhaustively tests a List implementation.

George van den Driessche
 public final class ListTestSuiteBuilder<E> extends
   public static <E> ListTestSuiteBuilder<E> using(
       TestListGenerator<E> generator) {
     return new ListTestSuiteBuilder<E>().usingGenerator(generator);
   @Override protected List<Class<? extends AbstractTester>> getTesters() {
     List<Class<? extends AbstractTester>> testers
         = Helpers.copyToList(super.getTesters());
     return testers;

Specifies for all list tests, since lists have an iteration ordering corresponding to the insertion order.
   @Override public TestSuite createTestSuite() {
     return super.createTestSuite();
              ?, ? extends OneSizeTestContainerGenerator<Collection<E>, E>> parentBuilder) {
    List<TestSuitederivedSuites = new ArrayList<TestSuite>(
    if (parentBuilder.getFeatures().contains(.)) {
          .using(new ReserializedListGenerator<E>(parentBuilder.getSubjectGenerator()))
          .named(getName() + " reserialized")
    return derivedSuites;
  static class ReserializedListGenerator<E> implements TestListGenerator<E>{
      this. = gen;
    public SampleElements<E> samples() {
      return .samples();
    public List<E> create(Object... elements) {
      return (List<E>) SerializableTester.reserialize(.create(elements));
    public E[] createArray(int length) {
      return .createArray(length);
    public Iterable<E> order(List<E> insertionOrder) {
      return .order(insertionOrder);
      Set<Feature<?>> features) {
    Set<Feature<?>> derivedFeatures = new HashSet<Feature<?>>();
    return derivedFeatures;
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