runner for GNOME installed tests
The GNOME desktop testing runner provides an execution harness for GNOME installed tests.
These tests are useful for verifying the functionality of software as installed and packaged, and complement rather than replace build-time ('make check') tests. For example you may wish to run the installed tests from a DEP-8 autopkgtest testsuite as a form of regression testing.
Debian: Iain Lane <email@example.com>
28 October 2013
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