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+Style/EmptyLinesAroundClassBody:
+ Enabled: false
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+Style/EmptyLinesAroundModuleBody:
+ Enabled: false
+
+Style/TrailingCommaInLiteral:
+ EnforcedStyleForMultiline: comma
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+# Constructors can be longer.
+Metrics/MethodLength:
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language: ruby
rvm:
- "2.0.0"
- - "2.1"
- - "2.2"
+ - "2.1.1"
+ - "2.2.4"
+ - "2.3.0"
+ - "ruby-head"
+ - "rbx-2"
+ - "jruby-head"
+os:
+ - linux
+ - osx
+matrix:
+ allow_failures:
+ - os: osx
+before_install: gem install bundler
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+[sunaku (Suraj N. Kurapati)](https://github.com/sunaku)
+
+[Daniel Rice](https://github.com/BigNerdRanchDan)
+
+[Gioele](https://github.com/gioele)
+
+[TiteiKo](https://github.com/TiteiKo)
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+[Nicolas Cavigneaux](https://github.com/Bounga)
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42 Changelog.markdown
@@ -1,3 +1,45 @@
+Next version (Unreleased)
+=================================================
+
+
+v0.14.0 (2016-04-16)
+=================================================
+
+## Added
+
+* Add a summary (rate of coverage, number of uncovered files and total number of
+ files) in the HTML report and on the console.
+* You can now view all files in the HTML report, even those equal to or above
+ the threshold. This feature allow you to view the line's hit for every files.
+* Add support for Ruby 2.3.
+* Now you can choose between a dark theme and the (old) light one, for the HTML
+ report. The choice is made with a new configuration key : `:theme`. The
+ default theme is the light one.
+* Add acceptance testing with Cucumber.
+* [Experimental] Add support for head of MRI Ruby.
+* [Experimental] Add support for Rubinius 2.x.
+* [Experimental] Add support for (latest version of) JRuby.
+* [Experimental] Add support for OSX.
+
+## Changed
+
+* The single line report (on the console) is now the default behavior.
+* The license is now MIT.
+* Move contributors list in a file.
+
+## Removed
+
+* Removed the license's mention in the reports's index.
+* Removed the gems reek and flay from the development dependencies.
+
+## Deprecated
+
+* The configuration key `directories` will be removed in a future version, the
+ new key to use is `include`.
+* The configuration key `excludes` will be removed in a future version, the
+ new key to use is `exclude`.
+
+
v0.13.0 (2015-07-03)
=================================================
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7 LICENSE
@@ -0,0 +1,7 @@
+Copyright (c) 2016 Xavier Nayrac
+
+Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
+
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+
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195 README.markdown
@@ -3,21 +3,9 @@ coco [![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/lkdjiin/coco.png)](https://travis-ci
*«If it's well-covered it doesn't mean it's well-tested!»*
-Code coverage tool for ruby 2.0, 2.1 and 2.2.
+Code coverage tool for ruby 2.0, 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3.
=======
-Features
---------------------------------
-
-* Use it from rspec or test/unit with a simple `require 'coco'`
-* Works with Rails
-* Display names of uncovered files on console
-* _Simple_ html report _only_ for uncovered files
-* Report sources that have no tests
-* Configurable via a simple yaml file
-* Colorized console output (nix only)
-
-
Install
--------------------------------
@@ -31,6 +19,10 @@ Or directly:
*NOTE: If you're using a Gemfile, don't `:require => false`*
+And in case you want to test the latest development:
+
+ gem 'coco', github: 'lkdjiin/coco', branch: 'development'
+
Usage
--------------------------------
Require the coco library at the beginning of your tests:
@@ -40,87 +32,147 @@ Require the coco library at the beginning of your tests:
Usually you do this only once, by putting this line in an spec_helper.rb,
or test_helper.rb (or whatever you named it).
-###View report
+### View report
-After your tests, coco will display a short report in the console window, like this one:
+After your tests, coco will display a **very** short report in the console
+window, like this one:
$ rake test
[...]
26 examples, 0 failures
- 0% /home/xavier/project/lib/iprune.rb
- 0% /home/xavier/project/lib/iprune/iprune.rb
- 46% /home/xavier/project/lib/parser/prunille.rb
- $
-If there is some files reported in the console, coco will create a `coverage/`
-folder at the root of the project. Browse the `coverage/index.html` to access
-a line by line report.
+ Rate 82% | Uncovered 0 | Files 7
+ $
-**Be careful!** Any `coverage` folder at the root of your project will be
-deleted without warning!
+coco will also create a `coverage/` folder at the root of the project. Browse
+the `coverage/index.html` to access a line by line report.
_Note: files with a coverage of 0% are only listed in index.html ; there
is no line by line report for such files._
-Configuration
+Basic Configuration
----------------------------------
Configuration is done via a YAML file. You can configure:
+* __theme__: Choose between a light and a dark theme for the HTML report
* __threshold__: the percentage threshold
-* __directories__: the directories from where coco will search for untested source files
-* __excludes__: a list of files to exclude from the report
-* __single_line_report__: the report's style
+* __include__: the directories from where coco will search for untested source files
+* __exclude__: a list of files and/or directories to exclude from the report, if any
+* __single_line_report__: style of the report in the console
+
+By default, threshold is set to 100, the list of directories is set to `['lib']`,
+no files are excluded and the console report is a single line one.
+
+To change this default configuration, put a `.coco.yml` file at the root of your project.
+
+### Theme
+
+You can choose between a light and a dark theme. The light theme is the
+default one. For a dark theme, add this line in the configuration file:
+
+ :theme: dark
+
+**Light theme**
+
+![light](theme-light.png)
+
+**Dark theme**
+
+![dark](theme-dark.png)
+
+### Threshold
+
+Add the following line to your .coco.yml file to set the threshold to 80%.
+
+ :threshold: 80
+
+Only files under 80% of coverage will be directly reported in the report.
+I strongly advice to use the default threshold (100%).
+
+### Directories Included
-By default, threshold is set to 100 and directories is set to 'lib'.
+Add the following lines to your .coco.yml file to set the directories to both
+'lib' and “ext':
-To change the default coco configuration, put a `.coco.yml` file at the root of your project.
+ :include:
+ - lib
+ - ext
+
+### Files and Directories Excludes
+
+Add the following lines to your .coco.yml file to exclude a file from the
+report:
+
+ :exclude:
+ - lib/project/file1.rb
+
+Add the following lines to your .coco.yml file to exclude a whole folder's
+content from the report:
+
+ :exclude:
+ - config/initializers
+
+Of course you can mix files and folders:
+
+ :exclude:
+ - path/to/file1
+ - path/to/file2
+ - folder1
+ - path/to/folder2
+
+### Single line report
+
+By default, the console's reports a brief, one line, summary. If instead, you
+want to display the coverage of all files under the threeshold, put this line
+in your .coco.yml file:
+ :single_line_report: false
-###Sample config for a Rails project
+Advice: Don't do this!
- :directories:
+## Sample config for a Rails project
+
+ :include:
- app
+ - custom_dir
- lib
- :excludes:
- - spec
+ :exclude:
- config/initializers
- :single_line_report: true
_Note: YAML is very punctilious with the syntax. In particular, paid attention
to not put any leading spaces or tab at all._
-See [more examples](https://github.com/lkdjiin/coco/wiki) on the wiki.
Advanced configuration
---------------------------------
### See coverage of all files in the console
-By default, Coco will display only the files with a coverage above the
-threshold. And as the threshold is 100% by default, nothing will be
-displayed if your test suite is 100% covered. This could be annoying for
-some people, or worst, you could even feel like Coco doing something the
-wrong way.
+By default, with a multilines report style on the console, Coco will display
+only the files with a coverage above the threshold. And as the threshold is
+100% by default, nothing will be displayed if your test suite is 100% covered.
+This could be annoying for some people, or worst, you could even feel like Coco
+doing something the wrong way.
-So, to display in green the covered files,
-put this in your `.coco.yml` configuration file:
+So, to display in green the covered files, put this in your `.coco.yml`
+configuration file:
:exclude_above_threshold: false
### When to start coco, and when not to start it
-For projects whose complete test suite runs in a matter of seconds,
-running code coverage with every test is fine.
-But when the test suite takes longer to complete, we typically start to
-run a single test more often than the complete suite. In such cases,
-the behavior of **coco** could be really annoying: you run a single
-test and **coco** reports a infinite list of uncovered files. The
-problem here is this is a lie. To avoid this behavior, I recommend to
-run code coverage only from time to time, and with the entire test
-suite. To do so, **coco** provide the following configuration key:
-
-__always_run__: If true, **coco** will run every time you start a test.
-If false, **coco** will run only when you explicitly set an
+
+For projects whose complete test suite runs in a matter of seconds, running
+code coverage with every test is fine. But when the test suite takes longer to
+complete, we typically start to run a single test more often than the complete
+suite. In such cases, the behavior of Coco could be really annoying: you
+run a single test and Coco reports a infinite list of uncovered files. The
+problem here is this is a lie. To avoid this behavior, I recommend to run code
+coverage only from time to time, and with the entire test suite. To do so,
+Coco provide the following configuration key:
+
+__always_run__: If true, Coco will run every time you start a test.
+If false, Coco will run only when you explicitly set an
environement variable named `COCO` with something other than `false`,
`0` or the empty string.
@@ -132,12 +184,12 @@ Put this in your `.coco.yml` configuration file:
Now, when you run:
- rspec spec/
+ rspec
-**coco** will no start. To start it, you have to set the
+…Coco will no start. To start it, you have to set the
environement variable `COCO`, like this:
- COCO=1 rspec spec/
+ COCO=1 rspec
### Index page URI in your terminal
@@ -161,10 +213,20 @@ Now, when running tests, you will see something like the following:
See file:///path/to/your/coverage/index.html
-Dependencies
+How is this different than [SimpleCov](https://github.com/colszowka/simplecov) ?
--------------------------------
-ruby >= 2.0
+I designed Coco from the start to have only the features I need. And I don't
+need much: 95% of the time, all I want is a tiny one line summary in my console.
+
+It's easier. Add a single line of code at the start of your spec helper and
+you are good to go.
+
+It's faster. Because Coco has no dependencies and less features, analyzing and
+reporting are so fast you don't even notice them.
+
+To synthesize, if you have big needs, give SimpleCov a try ; if you have small
+needs, give Coco a try.
Contributing
@@ -182,7 +244,7 @@ Contributing
License
--------------------------------
-GPLv3, see COPYING.
+MIT, see LICENSE.
Questions and/or Comments
@@ -191,14 +253,3 @@ Questions and/or Comments
Feel free to email [Xavier Nayrac](mailto:xavier.nayrac@gmail.com)
with any questions, or contact me on [twitter](https://twitter.com/lkdjiin).
-Contributors
---------------------------------
-
-[sunaku (Suraj N. Kurapati)](https://github.com/sunaku)
-
-[Daniel Rice](https://github.com/BigNerdRanchDan)
-
-[Gioele](https://github.com/gioele)
-
-[TiteiKo](https://github.com/TiteiKo)
-
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47 Rakefile
@@ -3,49 +3,22 @@ require 'rake/dsl_definition'
require 'rake'
require 'rspec/core/rake_task'
-def ruby_files_for_shell
- files = Dir.glob 'lib/**/*.rb'
- files.join(' ')
-end
-
-desc 'Test coco'
-task :default => :spec
+desc 'Test with all tools'
+task :default => :all_tests
-desc 'Test coco'
-RSpec::Core::RakeTask.new(:spec) do |t|
+desc 'Test with RSpec'
+RSpec::Core::RakeTask.new(:rspec) do |t|
t.rspec_opts = ['--color --order=random']
end
-desc 'Check for code smells with reek'
-task :reek do
- puts 'Checking for code smells.'
- puts '-------------------------'
- system "reek #{ruby_files_for_shell}"
+desc 'Test with Cucumber'
+task :cucumber do
+ exec 'cucumber'
end
-desc 'Check for duplicate code with flay'
-task :flay do
- puts 'Checking for duplicate code.'
- puts '----------------------------'
- exec "flay lib"
+task :all_tests do
+ Rake::Task['rspec'].execute
+ Rake::Task['cucumber'].execute
end
-desc 'Check various code metrics'
-task :metrics do
- puts 'Checking various metrics.'
- puts '========================='
- Rake::Task['reek'].execute
- Rake::Task['flay'].execute
-end
-namespace :doc do
- desc 'Generate documentation for developpers'
- task :create do
- exec 'yardoc'
- end
-
- desc 'Delete documentation'
- task :clean do
- rm_rf 'doc'
- end
-end
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2 VERSION
@@ -1 +1 @@
-0.13.0
+0.14.0
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25 coco.gemspec
@@ -5,26 +5,23 @@ Gem::Specification.new do |s|
s.version = File.read('VERSION').strip
s.authors = ['Xavier Nayrac']
s.email = 'xavier.nayrac@gmail.com'
- s.summary = 'Code coverage tool for ruby 2.0 to 2.2'
+ s.summary = 'Code coverage tool for ruby 2.x'
s.homepage = 'http://lkdjiin.github.com/coco/'
- s.description = %q{"Code coverage tool for ruby 2.0 to 2.2.
-Use it by "require 'coco'" from rspec or unit/test.
-It display names of uncovered files on console.
-It builds simple html report.
-It reports sources that have no tests.
-It's configurable with a simple yaml file.}
+ s.description = %q{"Code coverage tool for ruby 2.0 to 2.3.
+Simply "require 'coco'" from rspec or unit/test.
+Build simple html report.
+Report sources that have no tests.
+Configurable if you need to.}
files = FileList['lib/**/*.rb', 'template/**/*', '[A-Z]*']
files.exclude('TODO')
s.files = files.to_a
- s.license = 'GPL-3'
+ s.license = 'MIT'
s.required_ruby_version = '>= 2.0'
- s.add_development_dependency 'bundler', '~> 1.3'
- s.add_development_dependency 'rspec', '~> 2.14'
- s.add_development_dependency 'rake', '~> 10.1'
- s.add_development_dependency 'reek', '~> 3.0'
- s.add_development_dependency 'flay', '~> 2.4'
- s.add_development_dependency 'yard-tomdoc', '~> 0.7'
+ s.add_development_dependency 'bundler', '~> 1.11'
+ s.add_development_dependency 'rspec', '~> 3.4'
+ s.add_development_dependency 'cucumber'
+ s.add_development_dependency 'rake'
end
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9 features/running.feature
@@ -0,0 +1,9 @@
+Feature: Running a project
+As a developper
+I want to run a project
+So that I am aware of the coverage of my code
+
+Scenario: Developper sees the summary on stdout
+Given a default configuration
+When I run the project
+Then I can see the summary
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13 features/step_definitions/running_steps.rb
@@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
+Given(/^a default configuration$/) do
+ # Do nothing. The default configuration is inside Coco.
+end
+
+When(/^I run the project$/) do
+ @summary = StringIO.new
+ coverage_result = {}
+ Coco::Project.run(coverage_result, @summary)
+end
+
+Then(/^I can see the summary$/) do
+ expect(@summary.string).to include('Cover', 'uncovered', 'files')
+end
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4 features/support/env.rb
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+require 'stringio'
+
+require_relative '../../lib/coco'
+
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30 lib/coco.rb
@@ -1,38 +1,26 @@
+require 'coco/project'
+require 'coco/theme'
require 'coco/formatter'
require 'coco/cover'
require 'coco/writer'
require 'coco/helpers'
require 'coco/configuration'
require 'coco/lister'
+require 'coco/deprecated_message'
require 'coverage'
# Public: Main namespace of Coco, a code coverage utilily for
-# Ruby from 1.9.3 to 2.1.
+# Ruby from 2.0 to 2.3.
+#
module Coco
- ROOT = File.expand_path(File.dirname(__FILE__) + '/..').freeze
+ ROOT = File.expand_path(File.dirname(__FILE__) + '/..').freeze
end
Coverage.start
+# The coverage's analysis happens at the very end of the test suite.
+#
at_exit do
- config = Coco::Configuration.new
- if config.user_wants_to_run?
- result = Coco::CoverageResult.new(config, Coverage.result)
- covered = result.covered_from_domain
-
- sources = Coco::SourceLister.new(config).list
- uncovered = Coco::UncoveredLister.new(sources, result.all_from_domain).list
-
- console_formatter = Coco::ConsoleFormatter.new(covered, uncovered,
- config[:threshold])
- puts console_formatter.format(config[:single_line_report])
- puts console_formatter.link if config[:show_link_in_terminal]
-
- html_files = Coco::HtmlFormatter.new(covered).format
- Coco::HtmlFilesWriter.new(html_files).write
-
- index = Coco::HtmlIndexFormatter.new(covered, uncovered).format
- Coco::HtmlIndexWriter.new(index).write
- end
+ Coco::Project.run(Coverage.result)
end
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79 lib/coco/configuration.rb
@@ -18,27 +18,36 @@ module Coco
#
# Note you can set the threshold above 100% (to be sure to see all
# files) but you cannot set it under 0.
+ #
class Configuration < Hash
+ DEFAULT_OPTIONS = {
+ threshold: 100,
+ include: ['lib'],
+ exclude: %w( spec test ),
+ single_line_report: true,
+ always_run: true,
+ show_link_in_terminal: false,
+ exclude_above_threshold: true,
+ theme: 'light',
+ }.freeze
+
# Public: Initialize a Configuration.
+ #
def initialize
- self[:threshold] = 100
- self[:directories] = ['lib']
- self[:excludes] = ['spec', 'test']
- self[:single_line_report] = false
- self[:always_run] = true
- self[:show_link_in_terminal] = false
- self[:exclude_above_threshold] = true
+ merge!(DEFAULT_OPTIONS)
if File.exist?('.coco.yml')
- self.merge!(YAML.load_file('.coco.yml'))
+ merge!(YAML.load_file('.coco.yml'))
# Deprecated: Support of '.coco' file will be removed in v1.0.
elsif File.exist?('.coco')
- warn('Please use `.coco.yml` instead of `.coco`.')
- warn('Support for `.coco` will be removed in future versions.')
- self.merge!(YAML.load_file('.coco'))
+ warn(DeprecatedMessage.for_legacy_config_file)
+ merge!(YAML.load_file('.coco'))
end
+ ensure_known_theme
ensure_threeshold_compatibility
+ ensure_directories_compatibility
+ ensure_excludes_compatibility
expand_directories
remove_directories
end
@@ -49,13 +58,13 @@ def initialize
# If the configuration key :always_run is set to true, we always
# run the coverage.
# In case the configuration key :always_run is set to false, we have
- # to check for an environement variable named 'COCO' to decide if
+ # to check for an environment variable named 'COCO' to decide if
# we launch the coverage or not. When 'COCO' doesn't exist, or is
# the empty string, or '0', or 'false', we don't run coverage.
# When 'COCO' is set to any other value, we start coverage.
#
# Returns true if coverage should start.
- def user_wants_to_run?
+ def run_this_time?
if self[:always_run]
true
else
@@ -66,27 +75,57 @@ def user_wants_to_run?
private
def expand_directories
- self[:excludes].each do |file_or_dir|
+ self[:exclude].each do |file_or_dir|
add_files file_or_dir if File.directory?(file_or_dir)
end
end
def add_files(dir)
- Helpers.rb_files_from(dir).each {|file| self[:excludes] << file }
+ Helpers.rb_files_from(dir).each { |file| self[:exclude] << file }
end
def remove_directories
- self[:excludes].delete_if {|file_or_dir| File.directory?(file_or_dir) }
+ self[:exclude].delete_if { |file_or_dir| File.directory?(file_or_dir) }
end
def ensure_threeshold_compatibility
- if !self[:threeshold].nil?
- warn('Please change `threeshold` to `threshold`.')
- warn('Support for the misspelt `threeshold` configuration key will be removed in future COCO versions.')
+ if threeshold_present?
+ warn(DeprecatedMessage.for_threeshold)
self[:threshold] = self[:threeshold]
end
end
- end
+ def threeshold_present?
+ self[:threeshold]
+ end
+
+ def ensure_directories_compatibility
+ if directories_present?
+ warn(DeprecatedMessage.for_directories)
+ self[:include] = self[:directories]
+ end
+ end
+
+ def directories_present?
+ self[:directories]
+ end
+ def ensure_excludes_compatibility
+ if excludes_present?
+ warn(DeprecatedMessage.for_excludes)
+ self[:exclude] = self[:excludes]
+ end
+ end
+
+ def excludes_present?
+ self[:excludes]
+ end
+
+ def ensure_known_theme
+ unless %w( light dark ).include?(self[:theme])
+ warn("\n\nThe theme '#{self[:theme]}' didn't exist.\n\n")
+ self[:theme] = 'light'
+ end
+ end
+ end
end
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1 lib/coco/cover.rb
@@ -1,2 +1,3 @@
require 'coco/cover/coverage_stat'
require 'coco/cover/coverage_result'
+require 'coco/cover/summary'
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88 lib/coco/cover/coverage_result.rb
@@ -2,56 +2,112 @@ module Coco
# Compute results of interest from the big results information (from
# Coverage.result)
+ #
class CoverageResult
# Returns a Hash coverage for all the sources that live in the root
# project folder.
- attr_reader :all_from_domain
+ #
+ attr_reader :coverable_files
# Returns a Hash coverage for sources that are not sufficiently
# covered. More technically, the sources that live in the root
# project folder and for which the coverage percentage is under the
# threshold.
- attr_reader :covered_from_domain
+ #
+ attr_reader :not_covered_enough
# Public: Initialize a CoverageResult.
#
# config - Hash
- # raw_results - Hash results obtained from Coverage.result.
+ # raw_results - The Hash from Coverage.result. Keys are filenames
+ # and values are an Array representing each lines of
+ # the file :
+ # + nil : Unreacheable (comments, etc).
+ # + 0 : Not hit.
+ # + 1 or more : Number of hits.
+ #
def initialize(config, raw_results)
- @exclude_files = config[:excludes]
+ raise ArgumentError if config[:threshold] < 0
+
+ @exclude_files = config[:exclude]
@threshold = config[:threshold]
- raise ArgumentError if @threshold < 0
@result = raw_results
+
exclude_external_sources
- exclude_files_user_dont_want
- if config[:exclude_above_threshold]
- @covered_from_domain = exclude_sources_above_threshold
- else
- @covered_from_domain = @all_from_domain
- end
+ exclude_files_user_dont_want if @exclude_files
+
+ @not_covered_enough = if config[:exclude_above_threshold]
+ exclude_sources_above_threshold
+ else
+ @coverable_files
+ end
+ end
+
+ # Public: Count the number of "coverable" files.
+ #
+ # Returns the Fixnum number of files.
+ #
+ def count
+ coverable_files.size
+ end
+
+ # Public: Count the number of uncovered files, that is, files with a
+ # coverage rate of 0%.
+ #
+ # Returns the Fixnum number of uncovered files.
+ #
+ def uncovered_count
+ not_covered_enough.select do |_, hits|
+ CoverageStat.coverage_percent(hits).zero?
+ end.size
+ end
+
+ # Public: Computes the average coverage rate.
+ # The formula is simple:
+ #
+ # N = number of files
+ # f = a file
+ # average = sum(f_i%) / N
+ #
+ # In words: Take the sum of the coverage's percentage of all files
+ # and divide this sum by the number of files.
+ #
+ # Returns the Fixnum rounded average rate of coverage.
+ #
+ def average
+ files_present? ? (sum / count).round : 0
end
private
def exclude_external_sources
here = Dir.pwd
- @all_from_domain = @result.select {|key, value| key.start_with?(here) }
+ @coverable_files = @result.select { |key, _| key.start_with?(here) }
end
def exclude_files_user_dont_want
- return if @exclude_files.nil?
@exclude_files.each do |filename|
- @all_from_domain.delete(File.expand_path(filename))
+ @coverable_files.delete(File.expand_path(filename))
end
end
def exclude_sources_above_threshold
- @all_from_domain.select do |key, value|
+ @coverable_files.select do |_, value|
CoverageStat.coverage_percent(value) < @threshold
end
end
- end
+ # Returns the Float sum of all files' percentage.
+ #
+ def sum
+ @coverable_files.values.map do |hits|
+ CoverageStat.real_percent(hits)
+ end.reduce(&:+)
+ end
+ def files_present?
+ count > 0
+ end
+ end
end
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28 lib/coco/cover/coverage_stat.rb
@@ -9,30 +9,42 @@ module Coco
# * nil: source line will never be reached (like comments).
# * 0: source line could be reached, but was not.
# * 1 and above: number of time the source line has been reached.
+ #
module CoverageStat
- extend self
- # Public: Compute the percentage of code coverage for a file.
+ # Public: Compute the decimal percentage of code coverage for a file.
# The file is represented by an array of hits.
#
# hits - Array of Integer.
#
- # Returns a Integer (rounded) percentage.
- def coverage_percent(hits)
+ # Returns a Float percentage of coverage.
+ #
+ def self.real_percent(hits)
hits = hits.compact
return 0 if hits.empty?
one_percent = 100.0 / hits.size
- (number_of_covered_lines(hits) * one_percent).to_i
+ number_of_covered_lines(hits) * one_percent
+ end
+
+ # Public: Compute the integer percentage of code coverage for a file.
+ # The file is represented by an array of hits.
+ #
+ # hits - Array of Integer.
+ #
+ # Returns a Integer rounded percentage of coverage.
+ #
+ def self.coverage_percent(hits)
+ real_percent(hits).round
end
# Compute the total of covered lines in a hits array.
#
# hits - Array of Integer.
#
# Returns Integer.
- def number_of_covered_lines(hits)
- hits.select {|hit| hit > 0 }.size
+ #
+ def self.number_of_covered_lines(hits)
+ hits.select { |hit| hit > 0 }.size
end
-
end
end
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50 lib/coco/cover/summary.rb
@@ -0,0 +1,50 @@
+module Coco
+
+ # A very brief summary of the coverage result.
+ #
+ class Summary
+ attr_reader :count, :uncovered_count
+
+ def initialize(result, uncovered)
+ @uncovered_count = uncovered.size
+ @coverable_files = result.coverable_files
+ @count = @coverable_files.size + @uncovered_count
+ end
+
+ def to_s
+ "Cover #{average}% | #{uncovered_count} uncovered | #{count} files"
+ end
+
+ # Public: Computes the average coverage rate.
+ # The formula is simple:
+ #
+ # N = number of files
+ # f = a file
+ # average = sum(f_i%) / N
+ #
+ # In words: Take the sum of the coverage's percentage of all files
+ # and divide this sum by the number of files.
+ #
+ # Returns the Fixnum rounded average rate of coverage.
+ #
+ def average
+ files_present? ? (sum / count).round : 0
+ end
+
+ private
+
+ attr_reader :coverable_files
+
+ # Returns the Float sum of all files' percentage.
+ #
+ def sum
+ coverable_files.values.map do |hits|
+ CoverageStat.real_percent(hits)
+ end.reduce(&:+)
+ end
+
+ def files_present?
+ count > 0
+ end
+ end
+end
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31 lib/coco/deprecated_message.rb
@@ -0,0 +1,31 @@
+module Coco
+
+ # Group all messages for deprecated things in this module.
+ #
+ module DeprecatedMessage
+
+ def self.for_excludes
+ "Please change `excludes` to `exclude`.\n" \
+ 'Support for `excludes` configuration key will ' \
+ 'be removed in future Coco versions.'
+ end
+
+ def self.for_directories
+ "Please change `directories` to `include`.\n" \
+ 'Support for `directories` configuration key will ' \
+ 'be removed in future Coco versions.'
+ end
+
+ def self.for_threeshold
+ "Please change `threeshold` to `threshold`.\n" \
+ 'Support for the misspelt `threeshold` configuration key will ' \
+ 'be removed in future Coco versions.'
+ end
+
+ def self.for_legacy_config_file
+ "Please use `.coco.yml` instead of `.coco`.\n" \
+ 'Support for `.coco` will be removed in future versions.'
+ end
+
+ end
+end
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4 lib/coco/formatter.rb
@@ -1,9 +1,9 @@
-require 'coco/formatter/formatter'
-
require 'coco/formatter/console_formatter'
require 'coco/formatter/context'
+require 'coco/formatter/index_context'
require 'coco/formatter/html_formatter'
require 'coco/formatter/html_index_formatter'
require 'coco/formatter/template'
require 'coco/formatter/colored_string'
+require 'coco/formatter/index_line'
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2 lib/coco/formatter/colored_string.rb
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ class ColoredString < String
# Public: Initialize a new ColoredString object.
#
# str - A String.
- def initialize(str="")
+ def initialize(str = '')
super(str)
end
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43 lib/coco/formatter/console_formatter.rb
@@ -1,36 +1,41 @@
module Coco
# I format coverages data for console output.
- class ConsoleFormatter < Formatter
+ #
+ class ConsoleFormatter
# Public: Get a colored report, formatted for console output.
#
- # single_line_report - Boolean
- #
# Returns percent covered and associated filenames as a multilines
- # String
- def format(single_line_report = false)
- single_line_report ? single_line_message : @formatted_output.join("\n")
+ # or a single line String.
+ #
+ def format
+ @config[:single_line_report] ? single_line_message : multilines_message
end
# Get the link for the report's index file.
#
# Returns String.
+ #
def link
unless @formatted_output.empty?
- "See file://" +
+ 'See file://' +
File.expand_path(File.join(Coco::HtmlDirectory.new.coverage_dir,
'index.html'))
end
end
# Public: Creates a new ConsoleFormatter.
#
- # covered - See base class Formatter.
- # uncovered - See base class Formatter.
+ # uncovered - An Array list of uncovered files.
# threshold - The Fixnum percentage threshold.
- def initialize(covered, uncovered, threshold)
- super(covered, uncovered)
+ # result - A CoverageResult.
+ # config - A Configuration.
+ #
+ def initialize(uncovered, threshold, result, config)
+ @uncovered = uncovered
+ @result = result
+
@formatted_output = []
compute_percentage
add_percentage_to_uncovered
@@ -45,29 +50,29 @@ def initialize(covered, uncovered, threshold)
text.yellow
end
end
+ @summary = Summary.new(result, uncovered)
+ @config = config
end
private
def compute_percentage
- @raw_coverages.each do |filename, coverage|
+ @result.not_covered_enough.each do |filename, coverage|
percentage = CoverageStat.coverage_percent(coverage)
@formatted_output << [percentage, filename]
end
end
def add_percentage_to_uncovered
- @uncovered.each {|filename| @formatted_output << [0, filename] }
+ @uncovered.each { |filename| @formatted_output << [0, filename] }
end
def single_line_message
- if @uncovered.empty?
- ""
- else
- ColoredString.new("Some files are uncovered").yellow
- end
+ ColoredString.new(@summary.to_s).yellow
end
+ def multilines_message
+ @formatted_output.join("\n") + "\n" + @summary.to_s + "\n"
+ end
end
-
end
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49 lib/coco/formatter/context.rb
@@ -1,55 +1,26 @@
module Coco
# Contextual information for ERB template, representing each covered files.
+ #
class Context
# Public: Initialize a Context for a covered file shown in the HTML
# report.
#
# filename - A String name of the source file.
# lines - An Array of lines.
- def initialize(filename, lines)
- @filename = filename
- @lines = lines
- end
-
- # Public: Get the object's binding.
#
- # Returns Binding.
- def get_binding
- binding
- end
- end
-
- # Contextual information for ERB template, representing index.html.
- class IndexContext
+ def initialize(filename, lines)
+ @filename = filename
+ @lines = lines
+ end
- # Public: Initialize an IndexContext for the index file in the HTML
- # report.
- #
- # title - The String title for the report.
- # covered - Array of subarrays. Each subarray is:
- # [
- # Fixnum coverage percentage,
- # String formatted filename (HTML ready),
- # String real filename
- # ]
- # FIXME Need a class to handle subarrays.
- # uncovered - Array of String filenames. The filenames are already
- # formatted, ready to be display in an HTML file.
- #
- def initialize(title, covered, uncovered)
- @title = title
- @covered = covered
- @uncovered = uncovered
- end
-
# Public: Get the object's binding.
#
# Returns Binding.
- def get_binding
- binding
- end
- end
-
+ #
+ def variables
+ binding
+ end
+ end
end
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23 lib/coco/formatter/formatter.rb
@@ -1,23 +0,0 @@
-module Coco
-
- # My childs will format coverages information.
- # Kind of abstract class, my childs must implements the `format`
- # method.
- class Formatter
-
- # raw_coverages - The Hash from Coverage.result. Keys are filenames
- # and values are an Array representing each lines of
- # the file :
- # + nil : Unreacheable (comments, etc).
- # + 0 : Not hit.
- # + 1 or more : Number of hits.
- # uncovered - An Array list of uncovered files.
- #
- # TODO I think covered is a better name than raw_coverages
- def initialize(raw_coverages, uncovered)
- @raw_coverages = raw_coverages
- @uncovered = uncovered
- end
- end
-
-end
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20 lib/coco/formatter/html_formatter.rb
@@ -3,12 +3,12 @@
module Coco
- # I format coverages information into html files.
- # @todo document and change name to HtmlFilesFormatter
- class HtmlFormatter < Formatter
+ # I format coverage's data into html files.
+ #
+ class HtmlFormatter
def initialize(raw_coverages)
- super(raw_coverages, [])
+ @raw_coverages = raw_coverages
@formatted_output_files = {}
@context = nil
@template = Template.open(File.join(Coco::ROOT, 'template/file.erb'))
@@ -25,17 +25,11 @@ def format
def build_html(filename, coverage)
lines = []
- source(filename).each_with_index do |line, index|
- lines << [index+1, CGI.escapeHTML(line.chomp), coverage[index]]
+ File.readlines(filename).each_with_index do |line, index|
+ lines << [index + 1, CGI.escapeHTML(line.chomp), coverage[index]]
end
@context = Context.new(Helpers.name_for_html(filename), lines)
- @formatted_output_files[filename] = @template.result(@context.get_binding)
+ @formatted_output_files[filename] = @template.result(@context.variables)
end
-
- def source(filename)
- File.readlines(filename)
- end
-
end
-
end
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36 lib/coco/formatter/html_index_formatter.rb
@@ -3,37 +3,41 @@
module Coco
# I format the index.html
- class HtmlIndexFormatter < Formatter
-
- def initialize(raw_coverages, uncovered)
- super
+ #
+ class HtmlIndexFormatter
+
+ # uncovered - An Array list of uncovered files.
+ # result - CoverageResult.
+ # threshold - Fixnum.
+ #
+ def initialize(uncovered, result, threshold = 100)
+ @uncovered = uncovered
+ @result = result
+ @threshold = threshold
+ @summary = Summary.new(result, uncovered)
@context = nil
@template = Template.open(File.join(Coco::ROOT, 'template/index.erb'))
@lines = []
build_lines_for_context
end
def format
- @context = IndexContext.new(
- Helpers.index_title,
- @lines,
- @uncovered.map {|filename| Helpers.name_for_html(filename) })
- @template.result(@context.get_binding)
+ @context = IndexContext.new(Helpers.index_title, @lines, uncovered_files,
+ @summary, @threshold)
+ @template.result(@context.variables)
end
private
def build_lines_for_context
- @raw_coverages.each do |filename, coverage|
- @lines << [
- CoverageStat.coverage_percent(coverage),
- Helpers.name_for_html(filename),
- Helpers.rb2html(filename)
- ]
+ @result.coverable_files.to_a.each do |filename, coverage|
+ @lines << IndexLine.build(filename, coverage)
end
@lines.sort!
end
+ def uncovered_files
+ @uncovered.map { |filename| Helpers.name_for_html(filename) }
+ end
end
-
end
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37 lib/coco/formatter/index_context.rb
@@ -0,0 +1,37 @@
+module Coco
+
+ # Contextual information for ERB template, representing index.html.
+ #
+ class IndexContext
+
+ # Public: Initialize an IndexContext for the index file in the HTML
+ # report.
+ #
+ # title - The String title for the report.
+ # all - Array of subarrays. Each subarray is:
+ # [
+ # Fixnum coverage percentage,
+ # String formatted filename (HTML ready),
+ # String real filename
+ # ]
+ # uncovered - Array of String filenames. The filenames are already
+ # formatted, ready to be display in an HTML file.
+ # summary - A Summary object.
+ # threshold - Fixnum.
+ #
+ def initialize(title, all, uncovered, summary, threshold)
+ @title = title
+ @covered, @greens = all.partition { |file| file.first < threshold }
+ @uncovered = uncovered
+ @summary = summary
+ end
+
+ # Public: Get the object's binding.
+ #
+ # Returns Binding.
+ #
+ def variables
+ binding
+ end
+ end
+end
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21 lib/coco/formatter/index_line.rb
@@ -0,0 +1,21 @@
+module Coco
+
+ # Assembles data required to represent a line on the index HTML
+ # report.
+ #
+ module IndexLine
+
+ # filename - The absolute String filename.
+ # coverage - An Array of hit.
+ #
+ # Returns an Array.
+ #
+ def self.build(filename, coverage)
+ [
+ CoverageStat.coverage_percent(coverage),
+ Helpers.name_for_html(filename),
+ Helpers.rb2html(filename),
+ ]
+ end
+ end
+end
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5 lib/coco/formatter/template.rb
@@ -1,16 +1,15 @@
require 'erb'
module Coco
-
+
# From me, you can obtain ERB templates.
class Template
# filename - An String ERB template.
#
# Returns ERB.
def self.open(filename)
io = IO.readlines(filename, nil)
- ERB.new(io[0], nil, '><')
+ ERB.new(io[0], nil, '><')
end
end
-
end
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156 lib/coco/helpers.rb
@@ -2,81 +2,101 @@ module Coco
# Public: Collection of application's helpers methods.
#
- # TODO The app is full of `Dir.pwd`. This is the root project
- # directory and must be in Configuration class (or Coco module ?).
module Helpers
- class << self
- # Public: Get a String (ruby) source filename ready to be
- # displayed in the index file.
- #
- # name - String full path filename (normaly full path but, who
- # knows? may be relative path).
- #
- # Examples
- #
- # name = '/home/user/my_project/lib/source.rb'
- # Helpers.name_for_html(name)
- # #=> 'lib/<b>source.rb</b>'
- #
- # Returns the formatted String.
- def name_for_html(name)
- name = File.expand_path(name)
- name = name.sub(Dir.pwd, '')
- name = name.sub(/^\//, '')
- base = File.basename(name)
- name.sub(base, "<b>#{base}</b>")
- end
+ # Public: Get a String (ruby) source filename ready to be
+ # displayed in the index file.
+ #
+ # name - String full path filename (normaly full path but, who
+ # knows? may be relative path).
+ #
+ # Examples
+ #
+ # name = '/home/user/my_project/lib/source.rb'
+ # Helpers.name_for_html(name)
+ # #=> 'lib/<b>source.rb</b>'
+ #
+ # Returns the formatted String.
+ #
+ def self.name_for_html(name)
+ name = File.expand_path(name)
+ name = name.sub(Dir.pwd, '')
+ name = name.sub(%r{^/}, '')
+ base = File.basename(name)
+ name.sub(base, "<b>#{base}</b>")
+ end
- # Public: Get html filename (from a ruby filename) suitable for
- # the coverage directory.
- #
- # name - String full path filename.
- #
- # Examples
- #
- # ruby = '/home/user/my_project/lib/source.rb'
- # html = Helpers.rb2html(ruby)
- # #=> '_lib_source.rb.html'
- #
- # Returns String HTML filename.
- def rb2html(name)
- name = name.sub(Dir.pwd, '')
- name = name.sub(/^\//, '')
- name = name.tr('/\\', '_')
- name + '.html'
- end
+ # Public: Get html filename (from a ruby filename) suitable for
+ # the coverage directory.
+ #
+ # name - String full path filename.
+ #
+ # Examples
+ #
+ # ruby = '/home/user/my_project/lib/source.rb'
+ # html = Helpers.rb2html(ruby)
+ # #=> '_lib_source.rb.html'
+ #
+ # Returns String HTML filename.
+ #
+ def self.rb2html(name)
+ name = name.sub(Dir.pwd, '')
+ name = name.sub(%r{^/}, '')
+ name = name.tr('/\\', '_')
+ name + '.html'
+ end
- # Public: Get page title for the index.html file.
- #
- # Returns String.
- def index_title
- project_name = File.basename(Dir.pwd)
- version = File.read(File.join(Coco::ROOT, 'VERSION')).strip
- "#{project_name} - Code coverage (coco #{version})"
- end
+ # Public: Get page title for the index.html file.
+ #
+ # Returns String.
+ #
+ def self.index_title
+ project_name = File.basename(Dir.pwd)
+ version = File.read(File.join(Coco::ROOT, 'VERSION')).strip
+ "#{project_name} - Code coverage (coco #{version})"
+ end
- # Public: Expands a bulk of filenames into full path filenames.
- #
- # files - List of filenames as an Array of String.
- #
- # Returns an Array of String.
- def expand(files)
- files.map {|file| File.expand_path(file) }
- end
+ # Public: Expands a bulk of filenames into full path filenames.
+ #
+ # files - List of filenames as an Array of String.
+ #
+ # Returns an Array of String.
+ #
+ def self.expand(files)
+ files.map { |file| File.expand_path(file) }
+ end
- # Public: Get all ruby files from a directory, including
- # sub-directories.
- #
- # directory - String directory to look into.
- #
- # Returns an Array of String.
- def rb_files_from(directory)
- rb_files = File.join(directory, "**", "*.rb")
- Dir.glob(rb_files)
- end
+ # Public: Get all ruby files from a directory, including
+ # sub-directories.
+ #
+ # directory - String directory to look into.
+ #
+ # Returns an Array of String.
+ #
+ def self.rb_files_from(directory)
+ rb_files = File.join(directory, '**', '*.rb')
+ Dir.glob(rb_files)
end
+ # Public: Get the CSS class given a percentage. To use in the
+ # index file.
+ #
+ # percentage - A Fixnum.
+ #
+ # Examples
+ #
+ # Helpers.level_class(100)
+ # #=> 'green'
+ #
+ # Returns the String CSS class name.
+ #
+ def self.level_class(percentage)
+ case percentage
+ when 100 then 'green'
+ when 80..99 then 'yellow'
+ else