I’m wondering if there is any way to get
gcov coverage results while keeping the source code tree structure, so that we can see coverage results for entire folders ?
I’m currently using
lcov to visualize the results, but I don’t mind switching to another tool if is provides that features.
Lcov output (top view)
src/folder1/subfolder1/ 12% src/folder1/subfolder2/ 39% src/folder2/subfolder1/ 76% src/folder2/subfolder2/ 100%
What I’m looking for
src/ 58% |- folder1/ 22% | |- subfolder1 12% | - subfolder2 39% - folder2/ 94% |- subfolder1 76% - subfolder2 100%
I’m working on a large codebase, and I’d like to have a quick overview of which parts of the code are well covered or not. It would be even better if I could expand the subfolders so that I can see only up to a certain depth 🙂
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