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running tests that are in source tree

2015-12-09 14:11 GMT+01:00 Martin Pitt <mpitt at debian.org>:

> Hello J?r?my,
> J?r?my Lal [2015-12-09  9:18 +0100]:
> > i'm looking into making nodejs package run its ci tests using
> autopkgtest.
> > The tests themselves just need to be run from the (unbuilt) source tree,
> > but i don't understand if that's a supported case.
> You figured it out already, but for the archives: This is supported
> using --unbuilt-tree or just <dirname>/ as a shortcut. See
> /usr/share/doc/autopkgtest/README.running-tests.{rst,html} for
> details, or
> https://people.debian.org/~mpitt/autopkgtest/README.running-tests.html
> for the same thing online.

Well, even simpler, package tests are run in unbuilt source tree already,
and there no need for options. So my question was really meaningless.
I don't know why i somehow imagined tests were run from some temp dir
without source tree around.

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