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As unit tests were recently added, it would be a nice idea to also add code coverage.
It seems as travis is able to gather gcov data, which should make it relatively easy to setup.
I'm willing to set it up(at least for Linux), although I am not a travis expert.
But, as there are also alternatives, I would like to discuss it briefly.
What are your thought?
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Meh... I've found the issue. gcov(in fact gcc) is too old in Ubuntu. Worse yet, it's too old almost everywhere as a commit adding support for generation of gcov files with no input (no gcda, which is created when running) was added about half year ago.
Bleeding-edge problems :D.
Anyway codecov may be available to QtPass when either there is at least a single test-case for each file or ubuntu will rebuild gcc-6, whichever comes first ;).