Generate code coverage using Istanbul.
This is a fork of the excellent karma-coverage plugin. This simply removes the CoffeeScript coverage option, which is temporarily needed as the dependencies in the Coffee coverage modules are causing problems for some projects.
The easiest way is to keep
karma-coverage as a devDependency in your
You can simple do it by:
npm install karma-js-coverage --save-dev
Following code shows the default configuration...
// karma.conf.jsconfigsetfiles:'src/**/*.js''test/**/*.js'// coverage reporter generates the coveragereporters: 'progress' 'coverage'preprocessors:// source files, that you wanna generate coverage for// do not include tests or libraries// (these files will be instrumented by Istanbul)'src/*.js': 'coverage'// optionally, configure the reportercoverageReporter:type : 'html'dir : 'coverage/';;
lcov(lcov and html)
cobertura(xml format supported by Jenkins)
teamcity(code coverage System Messages for TeamCity)
If you set
text-summary, you may set the
file option, like this.
coverageReporter:type : 'text'dir : 'coverage/'file : 'coverage.txt'
If no filename is given, it will write the output to the console.
Description: This will be used to output coverage reports. When
you set a relative path, the directory is resolved against the
You can use multiple reporters, by providing array of options.
coverageReporter:reporters:type: 'html' dir:'coverage/'type: 'teamcity'type: 'text-summary'
For more information on Karma see the homepage.