I can't seem to access CVS. Is there a problem with the repository or
are the commands on the website outdated?
1. Installing lcov
The LCOV scripts may be downloaded as either a tar/zip-package from our
on SourceForge or via CVS (most recent version), e.g. by using the
cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@...:/cvsroot/ltp login
(simply press the ENTER key when asked for a password)
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@...:/cvsroot/ltp export
-D now utils
You will then find the files in the utils/analysis/cat directory. Once
you got the scripts on your machine, you might consider copying all .pl
files into some directory in your shell's search path, e.g. by typing:
cp *.pl /usr/local/bin
From: Peter Oberparleiter [mailto:oberparleiter@...]
Sent: maandag 7 januari 2008 17:36
To: Verweij, Arjen
Subject: Re: [Ltp-coverage] lcov 1.6 generates empty info files, lcov1.5
Verweij, Arjen wrote:
> Is there something else I can provide you to better understand the
Looking at the .bb file you sent I noticed that the function names
contained characters that could confuse lcov's internal parser. I added
a workaround for this problem to the CVS version of LCOV. Could you
retry your test with the latest LCOV version from LTP CVS?
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