This project has two tests. One shows an example of a test that will block forever and cause the developer to cancel the test run by killing the test process. The other is a test that is written with failure in mind, so that the test will timeout and be able to be re-run.
To reproduce the blocking behavior (which isn't a bug!) run
lein auto test :slow. This will run the test that will require killing the process. To run the test that fails quickly, run
lein auto test.
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