From: prashanth M D <prashanthmd@in...> - 2005-01-17 05:04:11
I am new to this tool "lcov", i am not getting how to execute and find o=
ut the coverage using this lcov tool... please help me out. i have complied=
my source file use gcc and i have .bb,.bbg files please tell me how to pro=
ceed further, as i am not able to follow the help provied in the net...
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From: Peter Oberparleiter <oberpapr@so...> - 2005-01-17 10:09:25
prashanth M D wrote:
> I am new to this tool "lcov", i am not getting how to execute and find out the coverage using this lcov tool... please help me out. i have complied my source file use gcc and i have .bb,.bbg files please tell me how to proceed further, as i am not able to follow the help provied in the net...
For a basic introduction of how to get coverage data, enter "info gcov"
on your Linux system. This will provide you with a description of how
the GCOV code coverage mechanism works (this is the basis for the LCOV
For more information on how to use LCOV, enter "man lcov". In addition,
there is further documentation and a usage example available in the CVS
repository for the LTP project. To obtain these files, go to
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ltp/ and follow the CVS instructions to
check out module "utils". Once you have all the files checked out using
cvs, you can find the LCOV directory in utils/analysis/lcov.
Hope this helps.