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|-This is ERT, a tool for automated testing in Emacs Lisp.|
|+This used to be ERT, a tool for automated testing in Emacs Lisp.|
|-In preparation for inclusion into Emacs, this repository is structured|
|-to match the layout of Emacs' source tree.|
|+ERT is now included in Emacs trunk; this repository is no longer|
|+maintained. To get ERT, either build Emacs from trunk, or grab|
|+the following files which represent the last state of ERT before|
|+its installation into Emacs:|
|-If you want to use ERT, all you need are the .el files in|
|-lisp/emacs-lisp; put them somewhere in your load-path and compile|
|-them. You can also run ert's self-tests by compiling & loading the|
|-.el files in test/automated and typing M-x ert RET RET.|
|-ERT's documentation is in doc/misc/ert.texi.|
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