A Leiningen plugin to perform branch coverage analysis on your project.
[lein-guzheng "0.4.5"] into the
:plugins vector of your
:user profile, or if you are on Leiningen 1.x do
lein plugin install
One way to run guzheng is to explicitly list the namespaces you want coverage analysis
--, and then the task to run the code that will exercise your project (usually
$ lein guzheng my.first.ns my.second.ns -- test
lein-guzheng now supports wildcards thanks to sleight:
$ lein guzheng "my.*" -- test
Runs the test task and does branch coverage analysis on my.first.ns and my.second.ns.
Use this to find dead code (by using the run task), untested code (by using test or midge), or to test coverage of other lein tasks.
If you're using wildcard matching, make sure to quote
* for your shell so that it
isn't expanded by the shell. For example, to use guzheng on all namespaces in bash,
you'll need to use double-quotes around the
*, or else you'll see no output (unless
you have a namespace with the same name as a file in the directory where you ran
Copyright © 2012 David Greenberg
Distributed under the Eclipse Public License, the same as Clojure.