* Package name : node-covert
Version : 1.1.0
Upstream Author : James Halliday <m...@substack.net> (http://substack.net)
* URL : https://github.com/substack/covert
* License : Expat
Most code coverage libraries do weird things I don't like, such as writing
all their junk to directories and files in a completely out-of-band way.
Covert only uses stderr and stdout, and doesn't write to any files. It
bundles with browserify --bare and a transform instead of hijacking
require(). All the reporting goes through a unix pipeline on process.stdin
and process.stdout. It works really well with simple unix pipelines.
Node-covert is needed for several node packages and would be best maintained