Support will be added to custom reporters as well as custom TDD frameworks.
Install in your system using
npm install nodecover -g
Then, in your project folder, type:
nodecover -s [list of files/folders to instrument] -t [List of files/folders with nodeunit tests]
The output would look like this:
OVERALL COVERAGE SUMMARY [function %] | [blocks %] | [lines %] 100% (3/3) |100% (3/3) |100% (2/2) OVERALL STATS SUMMARY total modules: 1 total functions: 3 total blocks: 3 total lines: 16 total executable lines: 2 COVERAGE BREAKDOWN BY PACKAGE [function %] | [blocks %] | [lines %] | [ module ] 100% (3/3) | 100% (3/3) | 100% (2/2) | examples/sample.js
You can also view a coverage report per file:
nodecover -r [file]
Displays a report with green lines on the lines that were used and red were missed.