Scheduling lcov code coverage script

Maarten Hoes hoes.maarten at
Wed Dec 10 03:27:47 PST 2014


On Wed, Dec 10, 2014 at 10:40 AM, Norbert Thiebaud <nthiebaud at>
> On Wed, Dec 10, 2014 at 2:29 AM, Maarten Hoes <hoes.maarten at>
> > No, of course not, I guess. But the alternative to using all the
> > libraries, is installing all required libraries in the right versions
> > required on the system, and then doing --with-system-foo for all of
> that is a trade-off between a generaly usefull script and a tuned for
> a dedicated tb one
> my changes (that I have not upstreamed yet.. as I'm still testing  -
> very long build on that box)
> were mostly to simplify the invocation
> I added a -f option
> that do the build the before, run make check and run the after all in one
> and all the directory have default values:
> SRC_DIR = $(pwd)
> HTML=BUILD/workdir/lcov/html
> TESTDATA=BUILD/workdir/lcov/data
> in the end I should be able to just run
> -f
Sorry, didnt take the time to properly read all that in my previous
response; i was in a hurry.

I guess having some sort of default dirs makes sense. Lets add that. ;)

However, doesnt the 'make it run it all in one call' implementation
conflict at least a little with the previously stated desire to run the
code coverage on other tests than just 'make check' ? Its the main reason I
split everything up in -before' and '-after' parts, so that you can easily
run any test you desire in between. Or is that no longer a requirement ?

- Maarten
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