Enable Coveralls.io #160

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atodorov commented Feb 26, 2017

after a successfull build Travis-CI will send coverage information to coveralls.io.

@tkdchen if you enable Coveralls for the Nitrate/Nitrate repo it will start working automatically. Also we can then add a nice badge to the README showing how much coverage we've got. Coveralls also records the history so you can traverse how coverage did change over time. Here's an example from another project I am working on: https://coveralls.io/github/chartit/django-chartit

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after a successfull build Travis-CI will send coverage information
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Signed-off-by: Mr. Senko <atodorov@mrsenko.com>
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Changes Unknown when pulling c997528 on MrSenko:enable_coveralls into ** on Nitrate:develop**.

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Changes Unknown when pulling c997528 on MrSenko:enable_coveralls into ** on Nitrate:develop**.

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This is great. Thank you for adding this. It is also nice to add to README.rst, that could be done in another PR.

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tkdchen commented Mar 1, 2017

This is great. Thank you for adding this. It is also nice to add to README.rst, that could be done in another PR.

@tkdchen tkdchen merged commit f003073 into Nitrate:develop Mar 1, 2017

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