Hello! I am glad to announce a new command-line tool which should
a little easier.
Program, compiled with `-cov` switch, generates *.lst files. They
contain program source, number of executions of each line and
total code coverage of the file.
Those files are quite useful for small programs/libraries, but
not that useful for big ones.
Covered processes *.lst files, and reports only useful
information. Behaviour can be changed with command-line options:
'--coverage' reports code coverage in % for each file.
'--blame' shows list of files ordered by code coverage.
'--average' reports average code coverage for files.
Covered works for lists of files and directories, so '--blame'
can be used to find less covered files, and '--average' to
compute average code coverage of the project.
More documentation is available on project page on GitHub:
It is also added to DUB package registry:
Also, I am looking for huge projects, so I can test covered on
them. Reply here or start an issue on GitHub if you know one.