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Fix#422 - Installed karma-coverage and istanbul dependencies #464

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commented Sep 23, 2018

This was an addon that will allow to add coverage to the code. It is not fully implemented though. If you want any changes to be done, please let me know.

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I'm happy to see this happening. A few things need to happen to move this forward:

  1. We need to pull the coverage/ directory out of this PR. To do that: git rm -fr coverage
  2. Add coverage/ to the .gitignore file so that it won't commit these files by accident.
  3. Remove the instanbul dep from package.json, which I don't think we need. I could be wrong, but I think that karma-coverage will pull it in automatically.
  4. The test you changed in tests/spec/fs.write.spec.js should probably go in another file or PR. Was this something else you were working on? Best to keep things on their own branches.

After that, let me know and we can do another round on this.

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module.exports = function(config) {
npm_config_coverage: ['true'],

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humphd Oct 9, 2018


I'm not familiar with this, what does it do?


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commented Nov 18, 2018

@MarkKrutik thanks for starting this. I spent some time this week trying to get coverage to work with Karma and Parcel, and in the end, I don't think it's possible. I've got another solution based on, which I'll do a PR for in a sec and CC you.

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