Open Bug 750347 Opened 8 years ago Updated 3 years ago
[meta] Record Java
Script code coverage of automated tests
I have some results on running code coverage on comm-central's mailnews xpcshell tests here: <https://www.tjhsst.edu/~jcranmer/test-ui/coverage.html?dir=mailnews> (selecting mailnews here because a lot of the mozilla code wasn't tested/run). I can already tell you by looking at that coverage that there appears to be one xpcshell test which is broken (!). The necessary infrastructure is: 1. A tool to dump a map of runtime URLs to source file locations in the tree 2. A tool to post-process the output LCOV files to remap file locations as mentioned above 3. A tool to calculate the uncoverage of code not run. I have prototypes of all of these pieces that I used to build the aforementioned site.
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there are 2 ways to record this: 1) emitting lcov output from the JSVM, there is some work here with a small list of known bugs remaining (linux64-ccov) 2) using devtools debugging api to get coverage, this works in general, but there are a small list of remaining issues (linux64-jsdcov) using jsdcov we can capture per test info easier, but we lack some of the deeper collection of coverage. I would like to know what we want to use this bug to track (or duplicate it to). if this is JSVM coverage, we have a tracking bug for that (bug 1189360) and if this is jsdcov, we have a tracking bug for that (bug 1301174).
I have no clue. Maybe we should make bug 1189360 and bug 1301174 block this one, effectively turning this bug into a master tracker and those other bugs into trackers for the tech-specific coverage mechanism?
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