Covered uses modern Ruby features to generate comprehensive coverage, including support for templates which are compiled into Ruby.
- Incremental coverage - if you run your full test suite, and the run a subset, it will still report the correct coverage - so you can incrementally work on improving coverage.
- Integration with RSpec, Minitest, Travis & Coveralls - no need to configure anything - out of the box support for these platforms.
- Supports coverage of views - templates compiled to Ruby code can be tracked for coverage reporting.
Existing Ruby coverage tools are unable to handle
evaled code. This is because the
coverage module built into Ruby doesn't expose the necessary hooks to capture it. Using the parser gem allows us to do our own source code analysis to compute executable lines, thus making it possible to compute coverage for "templates".
It's still tricky to do it correctly, but it is feasible now to compute coverage of web application "views" by using this technique. This gem is an exploration to see what is possible.
Add this line to your application's
spec/spec_helper.rb add the following before loading any other code:
Ensure that you have a
.rspec file with
--require spec_helper --format documentation --warnings
test/test_helper.rb add the following before loading any other code:
require 'covered/minitest' require 'minitest/autorun'
In your test files, e.g.
test/dummy_test.rb add the following at the top:
rspec, you can specify the kind of coverage analysis you would like:
COVERAGE is specified, coverage tracking will be disabled.
This report only shows snippets of source code with incomplete coverage.
This report lists several files in order of least coverage.l
You can send coverage information to Coveralls by editing your
matrix: include: - rvm: 2.6 env: COVERAGE=PartialSummary,Coveralls
This will print out a brief report and then upload the coverage data. This integrates transparently with Travis.
- coveralls-ruby – the official Coveralls implementation for Ruby.
simplecov – one of the original coverage implementations for Ruby, uses the built-in
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request
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Copyright, 2018, by Samuel G. D. Williams.
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