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luacov-coveralls

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LuaCov reporter for coveralls.io service.

Currently support

Also luacov-coveralls has code which support some other CI but I never test them. If you can test it please do that and send PR.

Install

luarocks install luacov-coveralls

To install current master use this command

luarocks install luacov-coveralls --server=http://rocks.moonscript.org/dev

Usage

  • Run tests with enabled LuaCov
  • Run luacov-coveralls

Command line arguments

luacov-coveralls [-h] [-v] [-c FILE] [-j FILE] [-e PAT] [-i PAT]
                 [-r DIR] [-t TOKEN] [-o FILE] [--dryrun]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -v, --verbose         print verbose messages
  -c FILE, --config FILE
                        configuration file
  -o FILE, --output FILE
                        output file
  -j FILE, --json FILE  merge report with this json report
  -m, --merge           merge statistics for files with same name
  -r DIR, --root DIR    set the root directory
  -e PAT, --exclude PAT set exclude pattern
  -i PAT, --include PAT set include pattern
  -s NAME, --service-name NAME
                        set `service_name` field explicitly
  -b [+-]VALUE, --build-number [+-]VALUE
                        set/change `service_number` field explicitly
  -t TOKEN, --repo-token TOKEN
                        set the repo_token of this project
  --dryrun              run coveralls without uploading report

Note! --build-number option is experimental.

Basic usage .travis.yml

before_install:
  - sudo luarocks install luacov-coveralls

script:
  - lua -lluacov test.lua

after_success:
  - luacov-coveralls

Advanced usage .travis.yml

If you're using a containerized version of luacov-coveralls you must repass all the required environment variables, here's a simple example:

.travis.yml

language: lua

services:
  - docker
dist: trusty

env:
  COMPOSE_VERSION: 18.06

install: docker-compose build test

script: docker-compose run --rm test

after_success: docker-compose run --rm coverage

after_script: docker-compose down

docker-compose.yml

version: '2.1'

services:
  test:
    command: busted -c
    environment:
      - TRAVIS=true
      - CI=true
      - COVERALLS_REPO_TOKEN=${COVERALLS_REPO_TOKEN}
      - TRAVIS_JOB_ID=${TRAVIS_JOB_ID}
      - TRAVIS_BRANCH=${TRAVIS_BRANCH}
      - TRAVIS_REPO_SLUG=${TRAVIS_REPO_SLUG}
    build:
      context: .
      dockerfile: Dockerfile.test
    volumes:
      - ".:/lua/"
    working_dir: "/lua"

  coverage:
    command: luacov-coveralls -v
    environment:
      - TRAVIS=true
      - CI=true
      - COVERALLS_REPO_TOKEN=${COVERALLS_REPO_TOKEN}
      - TRAVIS_JOB_ID=${TRAVIS_JOB_ID}
      - TRAVIS_BRANCH=${TRAVIS_BRANCH}
      - TRAVIS_REPO_SLUG=${TRAVIS_REPO_SLUG}
    build:
      context: .
      dockerfile: Dockerfile.test
    volumes:
      - ".:/lua/"
    working_dir: "/lua"

Test Lua module written on Lua and C using cpp-coveralls

before_install:
  - sudo pip install cpp-coveralls
  - sudo luarocks install luacov-coveralls

script:
  - lua -lluacov test.lua

after_success:
  - coveralls --dump c.report.json
  - luacov-coveralls -j c.report.json

See lua-travis-example