- Supports any language as long as you can generate an lcov style coverage file
- Extensive logging and insight into operations via the output logs
- Multi coverage file support for both xml and lcov
- Coverage caching layer makes for speedy rendering even in large files
- Relative coverage file resolution for those with complex file paths
- Preview coverage reports inside the editor
- Huge amount of workspace settings to customize the features to your liking
- Colour compatibility with light and dark themes
Watch (activated via command palette or shortcut icon on the status bar): Activating watch allows the extension to keep track of coverage changes and update it's cache. It also will automatically apply coverage to a file if some exists.
Display (activated via command palette or shortcut key): Displays coverage for the current activate file only, does not update if the coverage files change.
Preview Report (activated via command palette): Shows you a html preview of your coverage reports in your editor.
Officially Supported Languages (Backed by tests ran nightly)
See examples directory on how to setup a project.
Tips and Tricks
Using Breakpoints: Currently to both use the extension and code debugging breakpoints you need to disable the gutter coverage and enable the line coverage via the settings (
- vscode 1.27.0 and up
- macos, linux or windows
See extension setting options in IDE.