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are working on improving the website.
07/22/2002 09:10 AM
To: Manoj Iyer/Austin/IBM@...
From: Robert Williamson/Austin/IBM@...
Subject: [LTP] Code coverage
You worked on this code coverage data. Could you help Matthew with the
data he needs?
Robert V. Williamson <robbiew@...>
Linux Test Project
IBM Linux Technology Center
Phone: (512) 838-9295 T/L: 638-9295
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ltp-list-admin@... Subject: [LTP] Code coverage
07/20/2002 03:29 PM
I'm interested in contributing tests which improve the code coverage of
the portion of the kernel I'm responsible for -- fs/locks.c. So I go
to http://ltp.sourceforge.net/coverage/detail03.html and find:
locks.c 1297 lines of code
Distinct lines hit: 447
Percent coverage: 34.46%
which is fine. But I can't see which lines of code are covered and
which aren't. If I click on the name of the test, it tells me about
that test, not which lines it covers (which would be more useful but
still not exactly what I'm looking for).
I can't find the tool you use to determine what lines are hit by each
test either. Can anyone help?
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