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Originally reported by Damien Nozay (Bitbucket: dnozay, GitHub: dnozay)
coverage==3.7.1 => pass
coverage==4.0 => fail
coverage html --omit=.tox/*
No source for code: '/tmp/python-build.20150204184146.6052/Python-2.7.9/Modules/pyexpat.c'.
My point is that with version 4.0 it now tries to get coverage for C extensions; which I guess it didn't in 3.7.1. Is there a simple way to ignore C extension code?
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Ugh, this is stupid pyexpat calling the trace function explicitly. It's the worst thing ever, and I guess I'll have to special case it somehow...
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Hmm, there are two different errors, depending on if the pyexpat.c file couldn't be found (NoSource), or was found and then couldn't be parsed as Python (NotPython). In the NotPython case, we suppress the error, but in the NoSource case we don't.
Fixed in ed9ed73b0401 (bb)
Original comment by Damien Nozay (Bitbucket: dnozay, GitHub: dnozay)
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