Get the code-to-test ratio of any project!
Get the code to test ratio of any project, in any language.
Use the binary:
$ c2tCode to test ratio: 0.23728813559322035LOC Code: 59LOC Test: 14
Wow, 24%, I hope you do better!
var getRatio = ;;
Get the code-to-test ratio for all files in
directory and call
(err, ratio, loc).
By default everything in
example is ignored.
You can overwrite this by passing an Array of path segments to
By default everything that has an extension that is not
js is ignored.
You can overwrite this by passing an Array of valid extensions to
With npm, for the library do
$ npm install code-to-test-ratio
and for the binary do
$ sudo npm install -g code-to-test-ratio
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