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If you had to manually upload your code to Jenkins for testing, that would take away a lot of its convenience; at that point you might be tempted to just run tests locally after changing your code. But Jenkins can watch your version control repo for you, and automatically check out and test new versions as they appear. It's just a matter of configuring a job to do so. Let's try configuring one ...