Reports on (previously run) coverage results for a commit.
This allows you to assess the coverage of changes you have in a repo. It is intended for use, when preparing to push code up for review upstream.
As a prerequisite to using this script, run coverage in the repo, to produce coverage report files in a ‘cover’ directory at the root of the repo’s tree. This coverage should be done on the code that will be upstreamed (either what is in the working directory, or what has been committed to the local repo).
Assuming you have a repo with uncommitted changes, you can run the command as follows:
The argument must be the root of a git repo that has coverage data in a ‘cover’ subdirectory.
By default, this will create diffs comparing the working directory, to the latest commit (HEAD), with (up to) three lines of context. That output will be checked against coverage data and a report produced. Here’s what the output looks like:
devstack/csr1kv/cisco_neutron (No coverage data) networking_cisco/apps/saf/agent/dfa_agent.py (No added/changed lines) networking_cisco/apps/saf/server/dfa_server.py (run=1, mis=1, par=0, ign=0) 47% 32 run import time 33 34 35 run +from networking_cisco._i18n import _LE, _LI, _LW 36 run from oslo_serialization import jsonutils 37 38 382 # it is created by openstack. 383 run part_name = self.cfg.dcnm.default_partition_name 384 par if len(':'.join((proj_name, part_name))) > 32: 385 mis + LOG.error(_LE('Invalid project name length: %s. The length of ' 386 'org:part name is greater than 32'), 387 len(':'.join((proj_name, part_name)))) 388 mis return
Each file from the diff will be reported. If the file was not processed by the coverage test, or there were no added or changed lines in the diff for the file, this will be reported, as shown in the first two files.
For files with coverage data and added/changes lines, the output will look like the third file. Each line number from the diff is shown, with the coverage status, which can be:
Next, if the line was added/changed, a ‘+’ is shown. If it was a context line for the diff region, a ‘ ‘ is shown. Deleted lines are not shown. After that, the source code is show.
Next to the filename is summary information, ONLY for lines that were added or changed. In the example, there was one line run and one missing in the change set (lines with a plus sign). At the end, we can see the overall coverage report for the FILE - 47% in this example.
There are a few knobs that you can use with this script. First, you can change the number of context lines shown by using the –context argument. The default is three, and can be zero or more. Note: if a diff region is at the start or end of a file, there may be fewer or no context lines.
Second, you can select which commits are used for the diff calculation, by specifying the –which argument. The default is ‘working’, which will do a diff between the working directory and latest commit (HEAD). Instead, you can provide ‘committed’, which will compare the current commit against the previous commit (HEAD^..HEAD). Otherwise, you can provide the commit versions to use for the diff, just make sure that the most recent corresponds to the coverage report. For example, you can do:
cd /opt/stack/neutron commit_coverage --context 5 --which HEAD~5..HEAD~ .
This runs the tool on a neutron repo, shows more context lines, and will do a diff between HEAD~5 and HEAD~ commits.
You can use the -h option to see what the arguments are for this script.