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grcov collects and aggregates code coverage information for multiple source files.
This is a project initiated by Mozilla to gather code coverage results on Firefox.
- Download grcov from https://github.com/mozilla/grcov/releases or run
cargo install grcov
- Run grcov:
Usage: grcov DIRECTORY_OR_ZIP_FILE[...] [-t OUTPUT_TYPE] [-s SOURCE_ROOT] [-p PREFIX_PATH] [--token COVERALLS_REPO_TOKEN] [--commit-sha COVERALLS_COMMIT_SHA] [--keep-global-includes] [--ignore-not-existing] [--ignore-dir DIRECTORY] [--llvm] [--path-mapping PATH_MAPPING_FILE] [--branch] [--filter] [--add-prefix ADDED_PREFIX_PATH] You can specify one or more directories, separated by a space. OUTPUT_TYPE can be one of: - (DEFAULT) lcov for the lcov INFO format; - coveralls for the Coveralls specific format. - coveralls+ for the Coveralls specific format with function information. - ade for the ActiveData-ETL specific format; - files to only return a list of files. SOURCE_ROOT is the root directory of the source files. PREFIX_PATH is a prefix to remove from the paths (e.g. if grcov is run on a different machine than the one that generated the code coverage information). ADDED_PREFIX_PATH is a prefix to add to the paths. COVERALLS_REPO_TOKEN is the repository token from Coveralls, required for the 'coveralls' and 'coveralls+' format. COVERALLS_COMMIT_SHA is the SHA of the commit used to generate the code coverage data. By default global includes are ignored. Use --keep-global-includes to keep them. By default source files that can't be found on the disk are not ignored. Use --ignore-not-existing to ignore them. The --llvm option can be used when the code coverage information is exclusively coming from a llvm build, to speed-up parsing. The --ignore-dir option can be used to ignore files/directories specified as globs. The --branch option enables parsing branch coverage information. The --filter option allows filtering out covered/uncovered files. Use 'covered' to only return covered files, 'uncovered' to only return uncovered files.
Let's see a few examples, assuming the source directory is
~/Documents/mozilla-central and the build directory is
grcov ~/Documents/mozilla-central/build -t lcov > lcov.info
As the LCOV output is compatible with
genhtml can be used to generate a HTML summary of the code coverage:
genhtml -o report/ --show-details --highlight --ignore-errors source --legend lcov.info
grcov ~/Documents/FD/mozilla-central/build -t coveralls -s ~/Documents/FD/mozilla-central --token YOUR_COVERALLS_TOKEN > coveralls.json
In order to build, the LLVM libraries and headers are required.
To run tests:
- GCC 4.9 or higher is required (if parsing coverage artifacts generated by GCC).
Published under the MPL 2.0 license.