On May 4, 2007, at 3:45 PM, Holger Freyther wrote:
Am 04.05.2007 um 23:59 schrieb Maciej Stachowiak:
So is that of interest for anyone?
Looks awesome to me. I think we should get your scripts in the
repository and consider setting up a buildbot to eventually run
the tests in a gcov-enabled build. Can you submit some patches?
For now the sourcecode can be found here www.openembedded.org/
~zecke/coverage/webkit/WebKitToolsCoverage.tar but there are
probably some issues which I want to mention before posting it to
the bug tracker.
- The .css and image files are copied from LTP (http://
revision=1.11view=markup). Is that GPL an issue, should we
recreate a green, red and amber 1x1 image? Should the css be
We'd prefer not to have GPL code the repository. I think for green,
red and amber images, recreating them is best. For the CSS, we could
probably get someone to help make a clean room version unless the
excerpt was small enough to constitute fair use.
- The page layout is inspired by lcov as well. I don't think this
is an issue.
- The regenerate-coverage-display and cov.py originate from the
monotone project. ATM I try to track the origin and find the
license. I have identified the original author and will drop him a
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