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I've tried to rely on coveralls to tell us data about test coverage. It keeps reporting ridiculous numbers and very often shows bogus red warnings like this:
(screenshot from #4692 - the coverage was never 81% so this claimed 7% decrease is a complete lie)
I expected the following
Reliable info. As this works now, I think it typically does more harm than good: it generates red builds completely arbitrary and even when green the numbers it shows are then hard to trust.
The test coverage is valuable information but changes very rarely. We could probably change the coveralls to get run in a cronjob somewhere every now and then instead. I intend to switch it off from the CI system due to its "unreliablity".