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  23 The tests located under this directory run tests from Java Concurrency Stress
  24 [1] aka jcstress test suite. This suite aims to verify the correctness of
  25 concurrency support in JDK.
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  27 All the tests are run thought test driver class -- JcstressRunner, which
  28 downloads the specified build of org.openjdk.jcstress:jcstress-tests-all,
  29 spawns a new JVM to run one jsctress test and checks that it is finished
  30 successfully.
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  32 When the used version of org.openjdk.jcstress:jcstress-tests-all needs to be
  33 changed, one should make corresponding changes in the artifact description in
  34 JcstressRunner and rerun applications.jcstress.TestGenerator.
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  36 */Test.java files should never be modified directly, because they are
  37 generated by TestGenerator and therefore all required changes must be made in
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  40 [1] https://wiki.openjdk.java.net/display/CodeTools/jcstress
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