Tree @v0.0.5 (Download .tar.gz)
Check out the demo - it's worth a thousand words.
$ gem install bashcov
This will create a directory named
coverage/ containing HTML files.
I'm a big fan of both Ruby's simplecov and Bash. bashcov is my dream to have in Bash what simplecov is to Ruby :).
somewhat simplistic and doesn't handle all possible cases very well (especially when we're talking about long and complex lines)
Indeed, it doesn't work very well for me. I have covered lines marked as uncovered and some files completely missed although executed through another script.
bashcov aims to be a neat and working coverage tool backed by simplecov and simplecov-html.
How does it work?
After a bit of parsing, it sends results through simplecov which generates an awesome HTML report.
And of course, you can take the most of simplecov by adding a
.simplecov file in your project's root (like this).
git clone https://git.infertux.com/bashcov/
- Bump to 0.0.5 Cédric Félizard 6 years ago
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