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ggcov Release 0.8.4

Sun Jul 24 13:59:04 2011

  • Add the ggcov-run program, which can be used to run a test program in such a way that the runtime generated coverage data files are stored in a chosen location rather than being written to the source directory. Added corresponding --gcda-prefix option to ggcov, tggcov and git-history-coverage. This feature is useful for those testing scenarios where the source directory is not available or not writable.

  • Reorganise compiler version handling to make it easier to add support for new compiler versions, especially ones that are identical in behaviour to gcc 4.0 except for the reported version string. Also some code cleanliness improvements including const correctness and fixing compile warnings with newer versions of gcc.

  • Support for gcc 4.6, including:

    • gcc 4.6.x in Ubuntu Oneiric -- thanks to Jim Huang
    • gcc 4.6(prelease) in Debian Wheezy
  • Usability improvements:

    • tggcov will annotate yacc and lex input files
    • don't complain about source filename "<stdout>"
    • fuzzy function solving is always enabled
    • disable "failed to reconcile calls" warning.
    • turn off compiledir warnings entirely
    • handle filename clashes with yacc-produced .c
    • detect more recent compiler millicode functions
    • handle un-normalised source filenames in .gcno
    • useful errors when detecting that data files were produced by an
    • unrecognised compiler version.
  • Improve .gitignore -- thanks to Jim Huang

  • Some improvements to utility classes
  • Better errors when tggcov fails in tests
  • Use --coverage option in testing
  • Fix racy loop in test015 make check due to UMR
Source: README.md, updated 2011-07-25

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