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node-coveralls - lcov posting to coveralls.io

  •    Javascript

Coveralls.io support for node.js. Get the great coverage reporting of coveralls.io and add a cool coverage button ( like the one above ) to your README. This script ( bin/coveralls.js ) can take standard input from any tool that emits the lcov data format (including mocha's LCov reporter) and send it to coveralls.io to report your code coverage there.

coveralls-lcov - lcov support for coveralls.io

  •    Ruby

Upload coverage information generated by LCOV to coveralls.io. coveralls-lcov supports travis-ci.org and travis-ci.com (via the --service-name switch).

xcode-coveralls - coveralls.io support for Xcode

  •    C

xcode-coveralls is a command line helper tool to upload code coverage data from Xcode projects to coveralls.io. The xcode-coveralls command needs to be invoked from your repository/project root directory. Note that if your Xcode project file is in a sub directory, you'll need to specify its path with the --project option.

coveralls-erl - Erlang module to convert and send cover data to coveralls

  •    Erlang

Erlang module to convert and send cover data to coveralls. Available as a hex package on https://hex.pm/packages/coveralls. This will ensure that the rebar coveralls plugin will have access to the needed JobId and that the plugin is only run from Travis CI.

FE-CI - Front End Testing and Continuous Integration

  •    CoffeeScript

This repo demonstrates how to start a new project using best Test Driven Development techniques plus a CI workflow with code coverage support. The technologies, services and libraries used in this repo is CoffeeScript, Grunt, Jasmine, Karma, IstanbulJS, Coveralls and Travis. The blog post currently in Turkish but I am planning to post another one in English soon.

grunt-mocha-cov - Run Mocha server-side tests in Grunt with code coverage support and optional integration to coveralls

  •    Javascript

NOTE: This project is no longer being maintained by me. If you are interested in taking over maintenance of this project, let me know. Use Grunt to execute server-side Mocha tests with optional code coverage using Blanket. You can also use this to send coverage data to Coveralls.

lcov-result-merger - Merges multiple lcov results into one

  •    Javascript

When you have multiple test suites for the same application you still want to have the code coverage across all testsuites. This tool will handle this for you.

poncho - Client-side JS code coverage using PhantomJS, Mocha and Blanket

  •    Javascript

Client-side JS code coverage using PhantomJS, Mocha and Blanket. You don't want to know. Seriosly. It's so hacky way that it can cause the blood from your eyes.

grunt-coveralls - :umbrella: Grunt task to load coverage results and submit them to Coveralls.io

  •    Javascript

Grunt-coveralls takes one or more lcov files, and uploads them to coveralls.io. Everything more specific than that is handled internally by node-coveralls, and the Coveralls service itself.

coveralls-gradle-plugin - :snowboarder: gradle plugin for coveralls

  •    Groovy

Send coverage data to coveralls.io. And run coveralls task after cobertura task.

r2-starter-kit - R^2 Starter Kit is a boilerplate for web development built on top of React, Redux, Redux Thunk and Webpack 4

  •    Javascript

R^2 Starter Kit is an boilerplate for web development built on top of React, Redux and Webpack 4. It will start a development server which listen to 8080 port.


  •    Go

gocoverutil contains two commands: merge and test.

Coverage.jl - Take Julia code coverage and memory allocation results, do useful things with them

  •    Julia

Code coverage: Julia can track how many times, if any, each line of your code is run. This is useful for measuring how much of your code base your tests actually test, and can reveal the parts of your code that are not tested and might be hiding a bug. You can use Coverage.jl to summarize the results of this tracking, or to send them to a service like Coveralls.io or Codecov.io. Memory allocation: Julia can track how much memory is allocated by each line of your code. This can reveal problems like type instability, or operations that you might have thought were cheap (in terms of memory allocated) but aren't (i.e. accidental copying).

istanbul-coveralls - A simple alias for istanbul + node-coveralls

  •    Javascript

Use npm. By default, it removes ./coverage after coverage reporting. If --no-rm flag is enabled, it doesn't remove the directory.

containerized-golang-and-vuejs - This repository explores an application using docker, golang, and vuejs

  •    Go

If they are not available on your machine, adjust the Docker CLI commands accordingly. Since Docker leverages the Operating System's virtualization technologies, the install requirements for Docker are specific.

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