I was required to test a website and also add code coverage to 100%, I have never done that, I know how to test laravel with phpunit using TDD, in that case everything is working fine. Then I installed xdebug to allow code coverage ./vendor/bin/phpunit –coverage-html reports/ My reports are almost to 100%, but the ..
when I run command "$ ./vendor/bin/phpunit –coverage-html coverage" I got the following message: Warning: No code coverage driver available 38 / 38 (100%) Time: 00:01.128, Memory: 38.00 MB OK (38 tests, 140 assertions) No coverage report file is generated. How do I get the file coverage .html? Sourc..
I am using Laravel to build my own website, and I want to know the coverage for my source code during a user interaction event instead of writing testing cases using PHPUnit. From my perspective, PHPUnit only generate reports that the unit tests touch, but if I want to get the code coverage during the ..
I am trying to see code coverage of my PHP Unit tests in PHP-Laravel 6.13.1 project. My test cases are running fine and succeed when not trying to see code coverage with the command ./vendor/bin/phpunit –filter=testSomeMethod. However, as soon as I add –coverage-html ./log/codeCoverage flag, I start getting following errors ./vendor/bin/phpunit –filter=testSomeMethod –coverage-html ./log/codeCoverage PHPUnit ..
I’m trying to add the code-coverage report feature for phpunit in Laravel 6 by following the tutorial https://coderwall.com/p/mxtqiw/add-code-coverage-report-to-laravel-project after adding the logging node on the phpunit.php file <?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″?> <phpunit xmlns:xsi=”http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance” xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation=”./vendor/phpunit/phpunit/phpunit.xsd” backupGlobals=”false” backupStaticAttributes=”false” bootstrap=”vendor/autoload.php” colors=”true” convertErrorsToExceptions=”true” convertNoticesToExceptions=”true” convertWarningsToExceptions=”true” processIsolation=”false” stopOnFailure=”false”> … <logging> <log type=”coverage-html” target=”./report” lowUpperBound=”50″ highLowerBound=”80″ /> </logging> </phpunit> and running the ..