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  24 /*
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  27 
  28 /* @test
  29  * @bug 6610897
  30  * @summary New constructor in sun.tools.java.ClassPath builds a path using
  31  *          File.separator instead of File.pathSeparator
  32  * @run main RMICClassPathTest
  33  */
  34 
  35 import java.io.File;
  36 
  37 import sun.rmi.rmic.BatchEnvironment;
  38 
  39 public class RMICClassPathTest {
  40     private final static String SRC_PATH = System.getProperty("test.src", ".");
  41     public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception {
  42         String sysPath = SRC_PATH + "/jdk/jre/lib/rt.jar";
  43         String extDir = "";
  44         String clPath = SRC_PATH + "/user.jar" + File.pathSeparator +
  45             SRC_PATH + "/user2.jar" + File.pathSeparator +
  46             SRC_PATH + "/user3.jar";
  47 
  48         String cpStr = BatchEnvironment.createClassPath(clPath, sysPath, extDir).toString();
  49 
  50         String[] paths = cpStr.split(File.pathSeparator);
  51 
  52         if (paths.length != 4) {
  53             throw new Exception("ClassPath length is not correct: the expected length is 4 and the actual length is " + paths.length);
  54         }
  55     }
  56 }