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23 
24 import java.io.File;
25 
26 /*
27  * @test
28  * @modules jdk.compiler
29  * @summary Test cases which run against the JDK image, check the situation where
30  *            1. logger providers are in unnamed module,
31  *            2. clients are in named/unnamed module,
32  *               patched system module, or Xbootclasspath
33  *          This test does not require existence of java.logging module,
34  *          but require jdk.compiler module
35  * @library /test/lib
36  * @build Base jdk.test.lib.compiler.CompilerUtils
37  * @run main/othervm UnnamedLoggerForJDKTest
38  */
39 
40 public class UnnamedLoggerForJDKTest extends Base {
41 
42     public static void main(String args[]) throws Throwable {
43         UnnamedLoggerForJDKTest t = new UnnamedLoggerForJDKTest();
44         t.setup();
45         t.test();
46     }
47 
48     private void setup() throws Throwable {
49         setupAllClient();
50 
51         setupUnnamedLogger();
52     }
53 
54     private void test() throws Throwable {
55         // logger client is in named module m.t.a
56         runTest(JDK_IMAGE,
57                 "--class-path", DEST_UNNAMED_LOGGER.toString(),
58                 "--module-path", DEST_NAMED_CLIENT.toString(),
59                 "-m", CLIENT_A, "unnamed", LOGGER_B);
60         // logger client is also in unnamed module
61         runTest(JDK_IMAGE,
62                 "--class-path", DEST_UNNAMED_LOGGER.toString()
63                     + File.pathSeparator + DEST_UNNAMED_CLIENT.toString(),
64                 CLIENT_B, "unnamed", LOGGER_B);
65         // logger client gets logger through boot class BootUsage
66         runTest(JDK_IMAGE,
67                 "--class-path", DEST_UNNAMED_LOGGER.toString()
68                     + File.pathSeparator + DEST_BOOT_CLIENT.toString(),
69                 "-Xbootclasspath/a:" + DEST_BOOT_USAGE.toString(),
70                 BOOT_CLIENT, "system", LAZY_LOGGER, LOGGER_B);
71         // logger client gets logger through patched class
72         // java.base/java.lang.PatchedUsage
73         runTest(JDK_IMAGE,
74                 "--class-path", DEST_UNNAMED_LOGGER.toString()
75                     + File.pathSeparator + DEST_PATCHED_CLIENT.toString(),
76                 "--patch-module", "java.base=" + DEST_PATCHED_USAGE.toString(),
77                 PATCHED_CLIENT, "system", LAZY_LOGGER, LOGGER_B);
78     }
79 }