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use eunit's built-in {application, App} test primitive, instead of building the list of modules manually

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     code:add_paths(filelib:wildcard("deps/*/ebin", Ebin)),
     code:add_paths(filelib:wildcard("deps/*/deps/*/ebin", Ebin)),
-    {ok, [{application, riak, Props}]} =
-        file:consult(filename:join(Ebin,"")),
-    Modules = proplists:get_value(modules, Props),
-    eunit:test(Modules, [verbose]);
+    eunit:test({application, riak}, [verbose]);
 main(_) ->
     io:format("usage: run_tests.escript RIAK_EBIN_DIRECTORY~n"),
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