Generate Code Coverage reports for PhpSpec tests
Generating Code Coverage reports allows you to to analyze which parts of your codebase are tested and how well. However, Code Coverage alone should NOT be used as a single metric defining how good your tests are.
- PHP 7+ (for PhpSpec v4+) or PHP 5.6+ (for PhpSpec v3)
- Xdebug, phpdbg or pcov extension enabled (PHP 7+ is required for code generation to work with phpdbg).
Please see CHANGELOG.md for information on recent changes.
Install this package as a development dependency in your project:
$ composer require --dev friends-of-phpspec/phpspec-code-coverage
Enable extension by editing
phpspec.yml of your project:
extensions: FriendsOfPhpSpec\PhpSpec\CodeCoverage\CodeCoverageExtension: ~
This will sufficient to enable Code Coverage generation by using defaults provided by the extension. This extension supports various configuration options. For a fully annotated example configuration file check Configuration section.
If you execute
phpspec run command, you will see code coverage generated in
coverage directory (in
$ bin/phpspec run
Note! When generating Code Coverage reports make sure PHP processes run via
CLI are not memory limited (i.e.
memory_limit set to
$ phpdbg -qrr phpspec run
Note! PHP 7+ is required for code generation to work with phpdbg.
You can see fully annotated
phpspec.yml example file below, which can be used
as a starting point to further customize the defaults of the extension. The
configuration file below has all of the Configuration Options.
# phpspec.yml # ... extensions: # ... other extensions ... # friends-of-phpspec/phpspec-code-coverage FriendsOfPhpSpec\PhpSpec\CodeCoverage\CodeCoverageExtension: # Specify a list of formats in which code coverage report should be # generated. # Default: [html] format: - text - html #- clover #- php #- xml # # Specify output file/directory where code coverage report will be # generated. You can configure different output file/directory per # enabled format. # Default: coverage output: html: coverage #clover: coverage.xml #php: coverage.php #xml: coverage # # Should uncovered files be included in the reports? # Default: true #show_uncovered_files: true # # Set lower upper bound for code coverage # Default: 35 #lower_upper_bound: 35 # # Set high lower bound for code coverage # Default: 70 #high_lower_bound: 70 # # Whilelist directories for which code generation should be done # Default: [src, lib] # whitelist: - src - lib # # Whiltelist files for which code generation should be done # Default: empty #whilelist_files: #- app/bootstrap.php #- web/index.php # # Blacklist directories for which code generation should NOT be done #blacklist: #- src/legacy # # Blacklist files for which code generation should NOT be done #blacklist_files: #- lib/bootstrap.php
format(optional) a list of formats in which code coverage should be generated. Can be one or many of:
html) Note: When using
cloverformat option, you have to configure specific
outputfile for the
cloverformat (see below).
output(optional) sets an output file/directory where specific code coverage format will be generated. If you configure multiple formats, takes a hash of
show_uncovered_files(optional) for including uncovered files in coverage reports (default
lower_upper_bound(optional) sets lower upper bound for code coverage (default
high_lower_bound(optional) sets high lower bound for code coverage (default
whitelisttakes an array of directories to whitelist (default:
whitelist_filestakes an array of files to whitelist (default: none).
blacklisttakes an array of directories to blacklist (default:
test, vendor, spec)
blacklist_filestakes an array of files to blacklist
Copyright (c) 2013-2016 Henrik Bjornskov, for portions of code from henrikbjorn/phpspec-code-coverage project.
Licensed under MIT License.