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Topic review - interpreter language test code coverage
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  Post subject:  Re: interpreter language test code coverage  Reply with quote
Clearly one needs a visited-proc/line-trace for a coverage report.
Note that if TRACE is 4 then Singular will output all the lines of visited procedures (and await <RETURN> per each line): ... htm#SEC484

I imagine that could be a starting point for such a possibility...

ps: for internals grep 'TRACE_SHOW_'
Post Posted: Wed Apr 09, 2014 5:24 pm
  Post subject:  interpreter language test code coverage  Reply with quote

is it possible to get test code coverage statistics for the Singular library code (for .lib files) ?

If not, how many effort is needed to implement this feature?

Post Posted: Wed Apr 02, 2014 9:19 pm

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