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==== Trunk Contents ==== The trunk contains the following directories: ;bin :This directory contains all the test scripts that are not part of the lp:checkbox branch. These are the OCP specific test scripts. ;COPYING :This is a copy of the license. All code is Open Source under the GPLv3. Proprietary code is not allowed in the certification suite. ;data :This directory is used in case sample test data needs to be installed along with the test suite. ;debian :This directory contains all the necessary Debian packaging information. It also contains the Changelog. Likely, you will only ever need to edit the changelog in this directory. ;examples :This directory contains sample config files that are installed when a given package is installed. ;jobs :This directory contains the job description files. Jobs are the units of Test that are performed. ;launcher :This directory contains the launcher file that creates the command used to execute the test tool on the SUT ;manage.py :This is a helper program for testing and building packages. ;po :UNUSED CURRENTLY, but this would house translation data if implemented. ;README.development :A README file that gives you basic development information. Please read this file. ;README.rst :A description of the trunk contents (the same thing you're reading right now) ;requirements :Package building requirements. ;whitelists :The whitelists that define each test suite.
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