build with code coverage
mstahl at redhat.com
Tue Jul 9 14:06:51 PDT 2013
On 09/07/13 22:04, John Smith wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 9, 2013 at 9:49 PM, bfo <bfo.bugmail at spamgourmet.com> wrote:
>> John Smith wrote
>>> I also ran an lcov report on current master, and uploaded the results
>> Thanks a lot, hope you can run it and upload at least once after branching.
>> Anyone can comment the results vs master~2012-12-23_14.37.59? Are those
> Remind me later on this list after your branch, and ill see what i can do.
> Comparing earlier results, the amount of code lines 'hit' by the
> tests/checks seems to have increased a lot, so I guess that is a good
> But if you really want comparisons to have any siginificant meaning, I
> guess some serious time needs to be invested in :
> 1.) improving and expanding the tests.
> 2.) running the lcov/gcov code coverage at regular intervals.
> When posting on this list, I just get the impresssion that there just
> isnt enough interest at this point to realize that right now. So I
> guess that right now generating the reports is primailry for my
> personal educational value, which is just fine by me; im learning as I
i'm afraid that right now we have so many obvious large gaps in test
coverage that using test coverage tools is a bit premature. perhaps one
run per release cycle would be informative for general trends but likely
few developers have the time to look at the result in detail anyway (i
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