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istanbul - Yet another JS code coverage tool that computes statement, line, function and branch coverage with module loader hooks to transparently add coverage when running tests

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.

simplecov - Code coverage for Ruby 1

SimpleCov is a code coverage analysis tool for Ruby. It uses Ruby's built-in Coverage library to gather code coverage data, but makes processing its results much easier by providing a clean API to filter, group, merge, format, and display those results, giving you a complete code coverage suite that can be set up with just a couple lines of code. In most cases, you'll want overall coverage results for your projects, including all types of tests, Cucumber features, etc. SimpleCov automatically takes care of this by caching and merging results when generating reports, so your report actually includes coverage across your test suites and thereby gives you a better picture of blank spots.

XcodeCoverage - Code coverage for Xcode projects

XcodeCoverage provides a simple way to generate reports of the code coverage of your Xcode project. Generated reports include HTML and Cobertura XML. Coverage data excludes Apple's SDKs, and the exclusion rules can be customized.

mutant - Mutation testing for Ruby

Mutant is a mutation testing tool for Ruby. The idea is that if code can be changed and your tests do not notice, then either that code isn't being covered or it does not have a speced side effect.

VSTS Code Coverage Runner - Get VS Code Coverage from NUnit or MbUnit

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 ...

mochify.js - ☕️ TDD with Browserify, Mocha, Headless Chrome and WebDriver

Browserifies ./test/*.js, decorated with a Mocha test runner, runs it in Headless Chrome and passes the output back to your console. Cleans up your stack traces by mapping back to the original sources and removing lines from the test framework.For proxy settings and other environment variables, see the Puppeteer documentation.

whiskey - Whiskey is a powerful test runner for Node

Whiskey is a powerful test runner for Node.js applications and a process orchestration framework which makes running integration tests with a lot of service / process dependencies easier. For changes please see CHANGES.md file.

courtney - Courtney is a coverage tool for Go

Courtney makes your code coverage more meaningful, by excluding some of the less important parts.If you need to test that your code panics correctly, it should probably be an error rather than a panic.

arc-xcode-test-engine - An Xcode test engine for use with Phabricator's arc command line tool.

xcode-test-engine is a test engine for use with Phabricator's arc command line tool.xcode-test-engine presently works well with projects that have a single root workspace and a single unit test target.

c8 - collect test coverage using v8's inspector

Code-coverage using v8's Inspector that's compatible with Istanbul's reporters.The above example will collect coverage for foo.js using v8's inspector.

v8-to-istanbul - convert from v8 coverage format to istanbul's format

converts from v8 coverage format to istanbul's coverage format.

SteamShovel - Your current coverage tool is lying to you. This one will hurt your feelings.

For a more detailed guide to the SteamShovel internals, see the API section.Your existing instrumentor is lying to you.

random-user-coverage - A coverage example with ES6 via babel, Karma, and Webpack

This little app is just to demonstrate setting up code coverage on an app for a talk I'm giving. Fun stuff.