Scheduling lcov code coverage script
hoes.maarten at gmail.com
Tue Dec 2 12:46:30 PST 2014
One of the things I tried to communicate in my previous email, I perhaps
may have tried to convey in a too subtle a manner to be noticed. So I will
attempt to formulate it again in a slightly more explicit manner:
With the current state of this script, automated/scripted lcov code
coverage report generation has gone about as far as I can take it. If there
is any interest in having regularly scheduled runs of gcov/lcov code
coverage reports on 'make check' (or any other tests for that matter), Im
going to need some more help (particularly in the scheduling and result
uploading departments) from here on out in order to move forward.
On Sun, Nov 23, 2014 at 10:45 AM, Maarten Hoes <hoes.maarten at gmail.com>
> There's has been done some work recently to create a small bash shell
> script to automate the creation of lcov code coverage reports of arbitrary
> tests run on the libreoffice code. It can be found at
> 'buildbot.git/lcov-report/lcov-report.sh' , and it's accompanied with a
> small README  on it's usage. I ran a few tests with it, and cannot find
> any more bugs in it, so I guess it's time to see if we can start using it,
> and start scheduling it somehow and upload the reports someplace.
> To allow for all kinds of different tests to be run, the script itself
> runs no tests: Instead, you can easily insert obvious candidates like 'make
> check' or any other tests in the pipeline, and generate a report on that.
> Ive heard some talk about using/integrating it with Jenkins (?) now, to
> take care of the scheduling of it, updating (git clone/pull) libreoffice
> sources, and uploading the reports somewhere. I have no experience with
> Jenkins myself, but am willing to learn. If a simpler scheduling mechanism
> like cron is used, some more code to clone/pull sources and upload reports
> needs to be added to the script.
> Where to go from here ?
> Maarten Hoes
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