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Sonar is an open platform to manage code quality. As such, it covers the 7 axes of code quality: Design, Code duplication, Unit test, Code complexity, Potential bugs, Coding rules, Comments. It has support for multiple languages like .NET, PHP, Java etc.
Deprecation Notice: this version of istanbul is deprecated, we will not be landing pull requests or releasing new versions. But don't worry, the Istanbul 2.0 API is now available and is being actively developed in the new istanbuljs organization. The best way to see it in action is to run node unit tests. Say you have a test script test.js that runs all tests for your node project without coverage.
EclEmma is a free Java code coverage tool for Eclipse, available under the Eclipse Public License. It brings code coverage analysis directly into the Eclipse workbench. The EclEmma project is also the home of the JaCoCo code coverage library which is the technical back-end for EclEmma and also has integrations with many other build and software quality tools.
The Panopticode project provides a set of open source tools for gathering, correlating, and displaying code metrics. It evaluates software quality and ensures coding standards. It installs and configures set of tools like Emma or Cobertura for unit test code coverage, Checkstyle to validate the coding standards, JDepend to check the dependency, JavaNCSS for Cyclomatic Complexity metrics.
Coverlet is a cross platform code coverage library for .NET Core, with support for line, branch and method coverage. Coverlet can be used either as a .NET Core global tool that can be invoked from a terminal or as a NuGet package that integrates with the MSBuild system of your test project.
Cobertura is a Java tool that calculates the percentage of code accessed by tests. It can be used to identify which parts of your Java program are lacking test coverage. it instruments Java bytecode after it has been compiled. Reports are generated in HTML and XML. It shows cyclomatic code complexity of each class, and the average cyclomatic code complexity for each package and for the overall product.
EMMA is an open-source toolkit for measuring and reporting Java code coverage. EMMA can instrument classes for coverage either offline (before they are loaded) or on the fly (using an instrumenting application classloader). The coverage stats are aggregated at method, class, package, and "all classes" levels. EMMA can instrument individial class files or entire jars.
Creates CHM report files illustrating the level of coverage for specified BizTalk orchestrations. This tool can be run to gain a consolidated view of orchestration tracking data for a specified period of time to help developers get an idea of how their orchestrations are being...
This project is an attempt to provide a wrapper around the VSTS instrumentation and code coverage tools. VSTS provides very powerful code coverage tools with Visual Studio, but as packaged, you need to be running MSTest unit tests to obtain this coverage data. There is a way ...
ReportGenerator converts XML reports generated by OpenCover, PartCover, dotCover, Visual Studio, NCover or Cobertura into human readable reports in various formats. The reports do not only show the coverage quota, but also include the source code and visualize which lines have been covered.
utPLSQL version 3 is a complete rewrite of utPLSQL v2 from scratch. Version 2 still supports older versions of Oracle that are no longer available. The community that had developed on GitHub decided that a new internal architecture was needed, from that version 3 was born. Published releases are available for download on the utPLSQL GitHub Releases Page.