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README.md

Codecov C# Example

codecov AppVeyor FOSSA Status

Guide

AppVeyor Setup

Add to your appveyor.yml file.

image: Visual Studio 2015

before_build:
- nuget restore
- choco install opencover.portable
- choco install codecov

build:
  project: CodecovProject.sln
  verbosity: minimal

test_script:
- OpenCover.Console.exe -register:user -target:"%xunit20%\xunit.console.x86.exe" -targetargs:".\MyUnitTests\bin\Debug\MyUnitTests.dll -noshadow" -filter:"+[UnitTestTargetProject*]* -[MyUnitTests*]*" -output:".\MyProject_coverage.xml"
- codecov -f "MyProject_coverage.xml

Producing Coverage Reports

Coverage is generated using OpenCover. You can obtain it from NuGet or Chocolatey. If we run the following command in PowerShell to install OpenCover via Chocolatey,

choco install opencover.portable

the OpenCover commandline will become available.

Generation of coverage report is slighly different depending on the .NET platform of your test projects.

.NET Framework project

xUnit

First install the xUnit console runner via Nuget or Chocolatey. If we run the following in PowerShell to install xUnit via Chocolatey

choco install xunit

and execute the following in your solution's root,

OpenCover.Console.exe -register:user -target:"xunit.console.x86.exe" -targetargs:".\MyUnitTests\bin\Debug\MyUnitTests.dll -noshadow" -filter:"+[UnitTestTargetProject*]* -[MyUnitTests*]*" -output:".\MyProject_coverage.xml"

Then a coverage report will be generated.

MSTest

Execute the following in your solution's root,

OpenCover.Console.exe -register:user -target:"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\Common7\IDE\MSTest.exe" -targetargs:"/testcontainer:"".\MyUnitTests\bin\Debug\MyUnitTests.dll" -filter:"+[UnitTestTargetProject*]* -[MyUnitTests*]*" -output:".\MyProject_coverage.xml"

where you may need to change the -target flag to point to the correct version of MSTest.

.NET Core project

If you don't yet have .NET Core SDK installed, install it

choco install dotnetcore-sdk

In case of .NET Core projects, there is no difference between MSTest and xUnit for coverage report generation.

Make sure all covered projects generate full pdb file (not only test projects), either through <DebugType>full</DebugType> in the .csproj file or by using a Visual Studio: Project Properties > Build > Advanced > Debugging information. By default, projects created by dotnet or by Visual Studio use a portable format for pdb files. Support for portable pdb format hasn't been released in OpenCover yet. If you fail to set full pdb, the OpenCover will print out a message notifying you that it has no results along with common causes.

The .NET Core test assembly can't be run by a xunit.console.x86.exe, because that tool works only with .NET Framework assemblies. The tests are run by dotnet test (possibly dotnet xunit if you add dotnet-xunit CLI tool to your project).

Execute the following command in your solution's root:

OpenCover.Console.exe -register:user -target:"C:/Program Files/dotnet/dotnet.exe" -targetargs:test -filter:"+[UnitTestTargetProject*]* -[MyUnitTests*]*" -output:".\MyProject_coverage.xml" -oldstyle

where -oldstyle switch is necessary, because .NET Core uses System.Private.CoreLib instead of mscorlib and thus OpenCover can't use mscorlib for code instrumentation. You may also need to change the location of dotnet.exe to depending on the installed location.

Bash

In bash run the following to upload the report

curl -s https://codecov.io/bash > codecov
chmod +x codecov
./codecov -f "MyProject_coverage.xml" -t <your upload token>

Continous Integration

The previous examples assumed local development. More commonly, you'll use a CI service like AppVeyor or TeamCity. For TeamCity builds please see the documentation. For AppVeyor builds using xUnit, your yaml file would look something like

Codecov-exe using Chocolatey

image: Visual Studio 2015

before_build:
- nuget restore
- choco install opencover.portable
- choco install codecov

build:
  project: CodecovProject.sln
  verbosity: minimal

test_script:
- OpenCover.Console.exe -register:user -target:"%xunit20%\xunit.console.x86.exe" -targetargs:".\MyUnitTests\bin\Debug\MyUnitTests.dll -noshadow" -filter:"+[UnitTestTargetProject*]* -[MyUnitTests*]*" -output:".\MyProject_coverage.xml"
- codecov -f "MyProject_coverage.xml"

Codecov-exe using NuGet

Using this method you can cache your packages.config file.

image: Visual Studio 2015

before_build:
- nuget restore

build:
  project: CodecovProject.sln
  verbosity: minimal

test_script:
- .\packages\<ADD PATH>\OpenCover.Console.exe -register:user -target:"%xunit20%\xunit.console.x86.exe" -targetargs:".\MyUnitTests\bin\Debug\MyUnitTests.dll -noshadow" -filter:"+[UnitTestTargetProject*]* -[MyUnitTests*]*" -output:".\MyProject_coverage.xml"
- .\packages\<ADD PATH>\codecov.exe -f "MyProject_coverage.xml"

Caveats

Private Repo

Repository tokens are required for (a) all private repos, (b) public repos not using Travis-CI, CircleCI, GitHub Actions, or AppVeyor. Find your repository token at Codecov and provide via appending -t <your upload token> to you where you upload reports e.g. .\codecov -f "MyProject_coverage.xml" -t <your upload token>

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