DESCRIPTIONCoveralls is a command-line utility to interact with Coveralls web service to help you track your code coverage over time, and ensure that all your new code is fully covered.
Coveralls automatically collects your code coverage data, uploads it to their servers and gives you a nice interface to dig into it.
Any type of Ruby project or test framework supported by SimpleCov is supported by the Coveralls gem. This includes all your favorites, like RSpec, Cucumber, and Test::Unit.
- help COMMAND
- Describe available commands or one specific command.
- View the last build for this repository on Coveralls.
- View this repository on Coveralls.
- Runs your test suite and pushes the coverage results to Coveralls.
- Runs your test suite locally and displays coverage statistics.
- View this repository on your CI service's website.
- See version.
CONFIGURATIONCoveralls for Ruby uses an optional .coveralls.yml file at the root level of your repository to configure options.
The option repo_token (found on your repository's page on Coveralls) is used to specify which project on Coveralls your project maps to. This is only needed for repos not using a CI and should be kept secret -- anyone could use it to submit coverage data on your repo's behalf. This shouldn't be a concern for private repos, however.
Another important option is service_name which allows you to specify where Coveralls should look to find additional information about your builds. This can be any string, but using travis-ci or travis-pro will allow Coveralls to fetch branch data, comment on pull requests, and more.
Coveralls configuration file for Ruby. See CONFIGURATION.
AUTHORCoveralls was written by Wil Gieseler [email protected], with contributions from the community.
DOCUMENTATIONThis manual page was written by Miguel Landaeta [email protected].
LICENSEBoth Coveralls and this documentation are released under the terms of the MIT License. You may view the license online: https://github.com/lemurheavy/coveralls-ruby/blob/master/LICENSE