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As noted in the review of the PR, keep in mind that tests are included in an installed Python instance; there is a list of test directories in the main Makefile (Makefile.pre.in) that is used by "make install".  Any movement of test directories thus needs to update the Makefile and test with an installed Python.

That said, I'm not sure what this buys us. And are any of the moved tests inherited from third-party packages that we've semi-vendorized into the cpython repo?
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