If you're just trying the bot out, start it via
./freenode-main.rkt at the shell (simply doing
freenode-main.rkt will fail mysteriously). If you want it to run
continuously, and happen to have upstart
available (which in practice means you're running Ubuntu), you can
/etc/init and then
# start rudybot.
Getting an error about
rackunit not being available? That can be
caused by using the
racket-textual package instead of
Run the tests like this:
$ raco test -x .
Unfortunately, you'll have to pay attention to the output of
test, since it will likely exit with 0 status even if some of the
tests fail. This is IMHO a misfeature of
raco test; the Racket
developers seem disinclined to change it (see
this bug report).