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Cobertura​Coverage

by jeffrand ST3

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CoberturaCoverage

This is a Sublime Text plugin that makes displaying lines of code not covered by a test using Cobertura reports.

Features

  • Syntax highlighting
  • Including multiple files
  • Stripping file name parts to match the path your tests run in

Install

Through Package Control (recommended):

Command Palette > Package Control: Install Package > CoberturaCoverage

Configuration

Preferences > CoberturaCoverage > Settings – User

  • coverage_on_load - Display coverage on load, defaults to False
  • coverage_report_locations - This is a fully qualified path to your report .xml files
  • strip_locations - A list of locations which to remove from the beginning of a coverage report's filename. An example is:
    • I run my coverage reports in /home/jeffrand/tested_code, which may not show up in the coverage report's file names, but will be in my path as its opened in sublime, so I want to strip that location from the file's name

## Usage

There is not default command for toggling CoberturaCoverage. Set you own like this:

[
   { "keys": ["ctrl+shift+n"], "command": "toggle_coverage_report" }
 ]