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PragTob commented Jul 5, 2020

We have a problem: if files aren't loaded/required we don't have branch data. If they are added through track_files we give it 0/0 branches which we show as 100% coverage (all possible branches are covered).

That math is "wrong" though here because there are branches but we don't know what they are. We should probably count total branches here as "unkown" and establish that in our "math unive

wolframhaussig commented Mar 11, 2020

Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.
We have a database schema which includes temporary objects - this means objects which are required only for a short time like procedure for upgrades or objects which are still work in progress - and legacy test code. Temporary objects are always prefixed with the username of the author like:
Test Procedures a

kathxqq commented Sep 24, 2020

As for our project , we need more detail coverage data about every js file, so can you add the following info to classElement.

        classElement.setAttribute("lines-covered", "" + file.getCodeLinesCoveredCount());
        classElement.setAttribute("lines-valid", "" + file.getCodeLineCount());
        classElement.setAttribute("branchs-covered", "" + file.getBranchesCoveredC
risogolo commented Aug 10, 2018

Since dotnetcore's behavior when testing entire solution is trying also test non testing projects and then whole process is evaluated as non successful at least on linux, then I need to run test on one by one testing project separately I need to somehow then merge altcover results into one xml file, is that possible?

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