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      <h1>nose: a discovery-based unittest extension.</h1>

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	This document refers to nose version %(version)s.
	<a href="/mrl/projects/nose/0.9.3/">Documention for version
	0.9.3</a> is available <a href="/mrl/projects/nose/0.9.3/">here</a>.

      <p>nose provides an alternate test discovery and running process for
        unittest, one that is intended to mimic the behavior of py.test as much
        as is reasonably possible without resorting to too much magic.
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        On most UNIX-like systems, you'll probably need to run these commands
        as root or using sudo.

      <p>Install nose using setuptools:
        <pre>easy_install nose</pre>

      <p>Or, if you don't have setuptools installed, use the download link at
      right to download the source package, and install in the normal fashion:
      Ungzip and untar the source package, cd to the new directory, and:

        <pre>python install</pre>

      <p>However, <b>please note</b> that without setuptools
	installed, you will not be able to use 3rd-party nose plugins.
      <h2><a name="commands"></a>nosetests setuptools command</h2>

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