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diff --git PyTables-3.5.1/tables/tests/test_index_backcompat.py~ PyTables-3.5.1/tables/tests/test_index_backcompat.py
index 058bd2f0aa..7aaf5e8836 100644
--- PyTables-3.5.1/tables/tests/test_index_backcompat.py~
+++ PyTables-3.5.1/tables/tests/test_index_backcompat.py
@@ -9,162 +9,8 @@ from tables.tests.common import unittest, test_filename
 from tables.tests.common import PyTablesTestCase as TestCase
 from six.moves import range
 
-
-# Check indexes from PyTables version 2.0
-class IndexesTestCase(common.TestFileMixin, TestCase):
-
-    def setUp(self):
-        super(IndexesTestCase, self).setUp()
-        self.table1 = self.h5file.root.table1
-        self.table2 = self.h5file.root.table2
-        self.il = 0
-        self.sl = self.table1.cols.var1.index.slicesize
-
-    def test00_version(self):
-        """Checking index version."""
-
-        t1var1 = self.table1.cols.var1
-        if "2_0" in self.h5fname:
-            self.assertEqual(t1var1.index._v_version, "2.0")
-        elif "2_1" in self.h5fname:
-            self.assertEqual(t1var1.index._v_version, "2.1")
-
-    def test01_string(self):
-        """Checking string indexes."""
-
-        if common.verbose:
-            print('\n', '-=' * 30)
-            print("Running %s.test01_string..." % self.__class__.__name__)
-
-        table1 = self.table1
-        table2 = self.table2
-
-        # Convert the limits to the appropriate type
-        il = str(self.il).encode('ascii')
-        sl = str(self.sl).encode('ascii')
-
-        # Do some selections and check the results
-        # First selection
-        t1var1 = table1.cols.var1
-        self.assertTrue(t1var1 is not None)
-        results1 = [p["var1"] for p in
-                    table1.where('(il<=t1var1)&(t1var1<=sl)')]
-        results2 = [p["var1"] for p in table2 if il <= p["var1"] <= sl]
-        results1.sort()
-        results2.sort()
-        if verbose:
-            print("Should look like:", results2)
-            print("Length results:", len(results1))
-            print("Should be:", len(results2))
-        self.assertEqual(len(results1), len(results2))
-        self.assertEqual(results1, results2)
-
-    def test02_bool(self):
-        """Checking bool indexes."""
-
-        if common.verbose:
-            print('\n', '-=' * 30)
-            print("Running %s.test02_bool..." % self.__class__.__name__)
-
-        table1 = self.table1
-        table2 = self.table2
-
-        # Do some selections and check the results
-        t1var2 = table1.cols.var2
-        self.assertTrue(t1var2 is not None)
-        results1 = [p["var2"] for p in table1.where('t1var2 == True')]
-        results2 = [p["var2"] for p in table2 if p["var2"] is True]
-        if verbose:
-            print("Selection results (index):", results1)
-            print("Should look like:", results2)
-            print("Length results:", len(results1))
-            print("Should be:", len(results2))
-        self.assertEqual(len(results1), len(results2))
-        self.assertEqual(results1, results2)
-
-    def test03_int(self):
-        """Checking int indexes."""
-
-        if common.verbose:
-            print('\n', '-=' * 30)
-            print("Running %s.test03_int..." % self.__class__.__name__)
-
-        table1 = self.table1
-        table2 = self.table2
-
-        # Convert the limits to the appropriate type
-        il = int(self.il)
-        sl = int(self.sl)
-
-        # Do some selections and check the results
-        t1col = table1.cols.var3
-        self.assertTrue(t1col is not None)
-
-        # First selection
-        results1 = [p["var3"] for p in table1.where('(il<=t1col)&(t1col<=sl)')]
-        results2 = [p["var3"] for p in table2
-                    if il <= p["var3"] <= sl]
-        # sort lists (indexing does not guarantee that rows are returned in
-        # order)
-        results1.sort()
-        results2.sort()
-        if verbose:
-            print("Length results:", len(results1))
-            print("Should be:", len(results2))
-        self.assertEqual(len(results1), len(results2))
-        self.assertEqual(results1, results2)
-
-    def test04_float(self):
-        """Checking float indexes."""
-
-        if common.verbose:
-            print('\n', '-=' * 30)
-            print("Running %s.test04_float..." % self.__class__.__name__)
-
-        table1 = self.table1
-        table2 = self.table2
-
-        # Convert the limits to the appropriate type
-        il = float(self.il)
-        sl = float(self.sl)
-
-        # Do some selections and check the results
-        t1col = table1.cols.var4
-        self.assertTrue(t1col is not None)
-
-        # First selection
-        results1 = [p["var4"] for p in table1.where('(il<=t1col)&(t1col<=sl)')]
-        results2 = [p["var4"] for p in table2
-                    if il <= p["var4"] <= sl]
-        # sort lists (indexing does not guarantee that rows are returned in
-        # order)
-        results1.sort()
-        results2.sort()
-        if verbose:
-            print("Length results:", len(results1))
-            print("Should be:", len(results2))
-        self.assertEqual(len(results1), len(results2))
-        self.assertEqual(results1.sort(), results2.sort())
-
-
-# Check indexes from PyTables version 2.0
-class Indexes2_0TestCase(IndexesTestCase):
-    h5fname = test_filename("indexes_2_0.h5")
-
-
-# Check indexes from PyTables version 2.1
-class Indexes2_1TestCase(IndexesTestCase):
-    h5fname = test_filename("indexes_2_1.h5")
-
-
 def suite():
     theSuite = unittest.TestSuite()
-    niter = 1
-
-    for n in range(niter):
-        theSuite.addTest(unittest.makeSuite(Indexes2_0TestCase))
-        theSuite.addTest(unittest.makeSuite(Indexes2_1TestCase))
-
     return theSuite