Hi Max,

that's './run_tests.sh -unit' (from the root of the clone).
You can also go directly through nose (pip install nose)
and running nosetests test/unit/

Best,
Marius

2016-11-24 17:42 GMT+01:00 Maximilian Friedersdorff <ma...@aber.ac.uk>:

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> Subject: Running unit tests on [dev]
> Hi,
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> what is the recommended procedure for running unit tests on the current
> dev branch (or testing in general)?  The wiki suggests
> `run_unit_tests.sh`, which doesn't exist.  The file `./test/TESTING.md`
> suggests reading the wiki.
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> Many Thanks
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