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The GENESIS Interactive Shell, referred to as the G-Shell, provides an interactive command line interface that replaces the GENESIS-2 Script Language Interpreter (SLI).

For more details see the GENESIS Interactive Shell documentation.

This link accesses all regression test specifications for the G-Shell.

G-Shell regression test documentation includes:

- The startup command.
- The input to the test.
- The expected output of the test.

The regression tests give a good overview of G-Shell functionality and test the integration between the G-Shell, Model Container, Experiment Library, Heccer, and SSP.

Regression tests cover the following major functionalities of the G-Shell:

- Specifications
The NDF library; G-Shell commands; help commands; errors and warnings; variables; element creation and deletion; model saving and loading; working with a multicompartment model; passive model simulation; the Purkinje cell model; checking and resetting models; voltage clamp models.