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If you're just trying the bot out, start it via racket freenode-main.rkt. If you want it to run continuously, and happen to have upstart available (which in practice means you're running Ubuntu), you can copy rudybot.conf to /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 racket.

Run the tests like this:

$ raco test -x .

Unfortunately, you'll have to pay attention to the output of raco 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).

Some specs: