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From Lieven Govaerts <>
Subject Re: Code coverage of serf's test suite
Date Fri, 25 Dec 2015 10:38:43 GMT

I've updated the test suite's code coverage reports for serf trunk up
to r1721667, so including all of Bert's work on HTTP/2:

There's quite a lot of test coverage for the new code already, but
some (important) functions in the hpack and h2 frame code are not
covered yet.


On Sat, Sep 7, 2013 at 5:17 PM, Lieven Govaerts
<> wrote:
> Hi,
> using clang's code coverage instrumentation and lcov I've created a
> report that measures the code coverage of serf's test suite.
> I've uploaded the scripts and the report of today's trunk in my github
> repository:
> The report of r2162 can be browsed online here (no need to clone my repo):
> The test suite currently covers ~67% of the code. Included in the 33%
> not covered are unimportant files like incoming.c and bwtp buckets.
> Bad scores are reported for:
> - GSSAPI/SSPI authentication modules (no coverage at all)
> - chunk_buckets
> - request_buckets (no test for set_CL ?)
> - for some bucket types _peek and _readline functions are not tested
> - error situations, like for the ssl buckets.
> So there is some work to do, no surprises there.
> Lieven

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