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A class exactly like MapMaker, except restricted in the types of maps it can build. For the most part, you should probably just ignore the existence of this class.

This class existed only to support the generic paramterization necessary for the caching functionality in MapMaker. That functionality has been moved to, which is a properly generified class and thus needs no "Generic" equivalent; simple use CacheBuilder naturally. For general migration instructions, see the MapMaker Migration Guide.
<K0> the base type for all key types of maps built by this map maker
<V0> the base type for all value types of maps built by this map maker
Kevin Bourrillion
 @GwtCompatible(emulated = true)
 abstract class GenericMapMaker<K0, V0> {
   @GwtIncompatible("To be supported")
   enum NullListener implements RemovalListener<ObjectObject> {
     public void onRemoval(RemovalNotification<ObjectObjectnotification) {}
   // Set by MapMaker, but sits in this class to preserve the type relationship
   @GwtIncompatible("To be supported")
   // No subclasses but our own
   GenericMapMaker() {}

   @GwtIncompatible("To be supported")
   abstract GenericMapMaker<K0, V0> keyEquivalence(Equivalence<Objectequivalence);

   public abstract GenericMapMaker<K0, V0> initialCapacity(int initialCapacity);

   abstract GenericMapMaker<K0, V0> maximumSize(int maximumSize);

   public abstract GenericMapMaker<K0, V0> concurrencyLevel(int concurrencyLevel);

   public abstract GenericMapMaker<K0, V0> weakKeys();

   public abstract GenericMapMaker<K0, V0> weakValues();

See MapMaker.softValues().

Caching functionality in MapMaker has been moved to, with softValues() being replaced by Note that CacheBuilder is simply an enhanced API for an implementation which was branched from MapMaker. This method is scheduled for removal in March 2015.
  public abstract GenericMapMaker<K0, V0> softValues();

  abstract GenericMapMaker<K0, V0> expireAfterWrite(long durationTimeUnit unit);

  @GwtIncompatible("To be supported")
  abstract GenericMapMaker<K0, V0> expireAfterAccess(long durationTimeUnit unit);
   * Note that MapMaker's removalListener() is not here, because once you're interacting with a
   * GenericMapMaker you've already called that, and shouldn't be calling it again.
  @SuppressWarnings("unchecked"// safe covariant cast
  @GwtIncompatible("To be supported")
  <K extends K0, V extends V0> RemovalListener<K, V> getRemovalListener() {
    return (RemovalListener<K, V>) MoreObjects.firstNonNull(.);

  public abstract <K extends K0, V extends V0> ConcurrentMap<K, V> makeMap();

  abstract <K, V> MapMakerInternalMap<K, V> makeCustomMap();

  abstract <K extends K0, V extends V0> ConcurrentMap<K, V> makeComputingMap(
      Function<? super K, ? extends V> computingFunction);
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