Eclipse 4.5 (Mars) formatting: No white space between generic extends and implements in Class declaration

I use eclipse 4.5 to create a class like this:

public class GenericTest extends ArrayList<String>implements Comparator<String> {
   ...
}

However, as you can see, the formatting is weird since there is no white space between the generic type <String> and the implements clause. This happens with both the Java Conventions formatter and the eclipse formatter (both default eclipse formatter). I cannot find an option in the formatting rules to override this behaviour. In previous versions of eclipse I have never experienced this problem (4.4, 4.3, 3.7). How can I tell the formatter to insert a blank at this position?


Source: eclipse

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