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path.js

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  25. // This is actually more a fixture than a test. It is used to make
  26. var common = require('../common');
  27. // sure that require('./path') and require('path') do different things.
  28. // It has to be in the same directory as the test 'test-module-loading.js'
  29. // and it has to have the same name as an internal module.
  30. exports.path_func = function() {
  31.   return 'path_func';
  32. };

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