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Reports Python code coverage data to scrutinizer-ci.com

Project description

Uploads code coverage data to scrutinizer-ci.com.

Installation

To install the code coverage reporter, simply run:

pip install scrutinizer-ocular

Integration with your CI server

After your code coverage was generated, simply run the following command:

ocular --access-token "your-access-token"

For closed-source projects, make sure to generate an access token. For open-source projects, this is not necessary and should be avoided.

Customizing Locations of Coverage Data/Config

If your coverage data or configuration is not placed in the current working directory, you need to pass these paths as options to the ocular command:

ocular --access-token "your-access-token" --data-file "../.coverage" --config-file "../.coveragerc"

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