[erlang-questions] covertool for eunit without CT? Is that possible?

Motiejus Jakštys desired.mta@REDACTED
Sat Jun 2 21:29:47 CEST 2012

On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 8:22 PM, André Graf <andre@REDACTED> wrote:
> Have you cover enabled?
> {cover_enabled, true}.

Hi André,

Yes, I did. I set up a very tiny sample project for this:

Testing on Erlang R15B and rebar binary is copied from your project.

Thanks for your help,

> On 1 June 2012 20:08, Motiejus Jakštys <desired.mta@REDACTED> wrote:
>> On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 7:32 PM, André Graf <andre@REDACTED> wrote:
>>> Hi Motiejus
>>> I did this a while ago and unfortunately I have no access for that
>>> CI-server anymore so not sure if my information are (still) valid. I
>>> have installed the covertool rebar plugin as described in
>>> https://github.com/idubrov/covertool. Then you must configure the
>>> plugin in your rebar.config file.
>>> So:
>>> """
>>> plugins, [rebar_covertool]}. % Enable covertool rebar plugin
>>> {covertool_eunit, "eunit.coverage.xml"}. % Output report file name
>>> {covertool_ct, {"ct.coverdata", "ct.coverage.xml"}}. % Source file
>>> name, output report file name
>>> """
>>> I guess you are referring to line 3 where you configure the covertool
>>> for common test, however if you are not using common test at all you
>>> can omit that line.
>>> I think that is it.
>> Hi,
>> thanks for the answer. Tried removing that line as well. However,
>> eunit.coverage.xml does not appear anywhere after running ./rebar
>> eunit
>> Any more ideas?

Motiejus Jakštys

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