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Adds Code Coverage #9

merged 3 commits into from Apr 10, 2018


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rafaeltoledo commented Apr 9, 2018

This PR adds the code coverage after successfully running tests. Sometime in a future, we'll need to think about how to run the instrumented tests on CI server to get a more precise metric - I played a bit using a headless emulator but didn't get success.

For registering coverage data, I'm using Coveralls. I tried to use Codecov, but it didn't work well with Kotlin yet. Would be good to add a coverage metric when opening PRs, when possible.

This also updates Support Library to 27.1.1 and AGP to 3.1.1

rafaeltoledo added some commits Apr 9, 2018

Adds initial coverage setup and a simple test
This will allow us to push some coverage data to, and display
its badge on our README.

@rafaeltoledo rafaeltoledo requested review from tpinho and victorolinasc Apr 9, 2018


tpinho approved these changes Apr 10, 2018

@tpinho tpinho merged commit 0fcc845 into develop Apr 10, 2018

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ci/circleci Your tests passed on CircleCI!
coverage/coveralls Coverage remained the same at 100.0%

@tpinho tpinho deleted the rt/code-coverage branch Apr 10, 2018

apply plugin: 'com.github.kt3k.coveralls'
jacoco {
toolVersion = "$versions.jacoco"

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cs-victor-nascimento Apr 10, 2018

Why not simply jacoco.toolVersion versions.jacoco ?

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cs-victor-nascimento Apr 10, 2018

It is just a nitpick, but anyway...

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