Test Coverage

Since release 1.6 a code coverage report for QuantLib’s unit test suite is provided. While for 1.6 and 1.7 the Intel compiler suite was used to generate it, the report for the current release 1.8 was generated using lcov / gcov for the first time, following these steps:

  • configure with the coverage flag, switching optimizations off, debug symbols on and disabled inlining: ./configure CXXFLAGS="--coverage -O0 -g -fno-inline -fno-inline-small-functions -fno-default-inline" LDFLAGS="--coverage"

  • build the library and test-suite, first by cleaning up (make clean) followed by something like make -k -j8 -w

  • generate a baseline info file: lcov --no-external -c -i -d . -o ~/ql_base.info

  • run the test-suite (this takes a bit due to the missing optimizations): test-suite/quantlib-test-suite

  • generate the test run’s info file: lcov --no-external -c -d . -o ~/ql_test.info

  • merge the baseline and test run’s info files: lcov -a ~/ql_base.info -a ~/ql_test.info -o ~/ql_total.info

  • remove the test suite code itself from the coverage report: lcov --remove ~/ql_total.info "/test-suite/*" -o ~/ql_total_purged.info

  • generate the html site: genhtml ~/ql_total_purged.info --demangle-cpp --output-directory ~/ql_coverage_report

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Test Coverage

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