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README.md

lcov to cobertura XML converter Build Status

This project does as the name implies: it converts code coverage report files in lcov format to Cobertura's XML report format so that CI servers like Jenkins can aggregate results and determine build stability etc.

Coverage metrics supported:

  • Package/folder overall line and branch coverage
  • Class/file overall line and branch coverage
  • Functions hit
  • Line and Branch hits

Quick usage

Grab it raw and run it with python:

python lcov_cobertura.py lcov-file.dat
  • -b/--base-dir - (Optional) Directory where source files are located. Defaults to the current directory
  • -e/--excludes - (Optional) Comma-separated list of regexes of packages to exclude
  • -o/--output - (Optional) Path to store cobertura xml file. Defaults to ./coverage.xml
  • -d/--demangle - (Optional) Demangle C++ function names. Requires c++filt
python lcov_cobertura.py lcov-file.dat --base-dir src/dir --excludes test.lib --output build/coverage.xml --demangle

With pip:

pip install lcov_cobertura

Command-line usage

lcov_cobertura lcov-file.dat
  • -b/--base-dir - (Optional) Directory where source files are located. Defaults to the current directory
  • -e/--excludes - (Optional) Comma-separated list of regexes of packages to exclude
  • -o/--output - (Optional) Path to store cobertura xml file. Defaults to ./coverage.xml
  • -d/--demangle - (Optional) Demangle C++ function names. Requires c++filt
lcov_cobertura lcov-file.dat --base-dir src/dir --excludes test.lib --output build/coverage.xml --demangle

Usage as a Python module

Use it anywhere in your python:

from lcov_cobertura import LcovCobertura

LCOV_INPUT = 'SF:foo/file.ext\nDA:1,1\nDA:2,0\nend_of_record\n'
converter = LcovCobertura(LCOV_INPUT)
cobertura_xml = converter.convert()
print(cobertura_xml)

Environment Support

Python 2.6+ is supported (including Python 3). You can also use the experimental Jython 2.5 friendly version in the jython branch.

Contributions

This project is made possible due to the efforts of these fine people:

License

This project is provided under the Apache License, Version 2.0.

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