Coveralls.io is a service that keeps track of code coverage
results from continuous integration. The problem is, it relies on
third parties for support for languages other than Ruby. Up until
now, there has been no solution for D.
Doveralls changes that! It parses coverage info generated by dmd
-cov (or dub test --coverage, added in PR 385), and uploads it
to Coveralls in the proper format.
The only dependencies are that you must have a command line
version of curl installed (Coveralls expects data in a weird way
that I couldn't figure out with std.net.curl). If you're running
locally, you need to manually `dub fetch dlibgit`, and install
libgit2 through your favorite package manager. Otherwise the data
in Coveralls won't be associated with a commit, which makes the
data pretty useless.
For an example of what doveralls uploaded data looks like, check
out the results for quack, a little library I'm working on
that is very much NOT ready for public consumption.
Please use it/tear it to shreds! Feedback and pull requests are,
as always, welcome.