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If you don't feel like installing dependencies on your main development machine, you can use Vagrant. Here's how you run your tests and build the documentation on Vagrant.

Running tests in Vagrant

To create a working Vagrant environment, use the following;

vagrant init ubuntu/trusty64
vagrant up
vagrant ssh -- "sudo apt-get -y install redis-server python-dev python-pip"
vagrant ssh -- "sudo pip install --no-input redis hiredis mock"
vagrant ssh -- "(cd /vagrant; ./run_tests)"

Running docs on Vagrant

vagrant init ubuntu/trusty64
vagrant up
vagrant ssh -- "sudo apt-get -y install ruby-dev nodejs"
vagrant ssh -- "sudo gem install jekyll"
vagrant ssh -- "(cd /vagrant; jekyll serve)"

You'll also need to add a port forward entry to your Vagrantfile;

config.vm.network "forwarded_port", guest: 4000, host: 4001

Then you can access the docs using;

http://127.0.0.1:4001

You also may need to forcibly kill Jekyll if you ctrl+c;

vagrant ssh -- "sudo killall -9 jekyll"