[Python-Dev] barest beginnings of test coverage results

Skip Montanaro skip@mojam.com (Skip Montanaro)
Sat, 1 Jul 2000 11:16:31 -0500 (CDT)

    Guido> But there's soooooo much data...  How do we find the gems?
    Guido> Should we just look at one file per day and try to add testcases
    Guido> that get rid of the ##### comments?  Is there a way to sort the
    Guido> files based on the number or significance of the ##### comments?

All I referred you to yesterday (it was late...) was a CVS tree in which I
had built the interpreter with the necessary flags, run regrtest.py, then
generated coverage files.  The next step is to generate one or more pages of
coverage summaries.  Then you'll be able to browse something like


and zero in on those files with lower than desired coverage.