Additional Information

Here are some additional features of

Other features of

We just wanted to mention a few other features of without going into a lot of detail. First, supports configuration files. The configuration file format is your classic .ini file with sections demarcated by the fact that they are surrounded with square braces (i.e. [my_section]). You can add comments to the config file using the # or ; (semi-colon). also allows you to specify what source files you want it to analyze via the configuration file. Once you have the configuration set up the way you want it, then you can run It also supports a -source command-line switch. Finally you can use the -include and -omit switches to include a list of file name patterns or exclude them. These switches have matching configuration values that you can add to your configuration file too.

Wrapping up

You now know the basics of and what this special package is useful for. allows you to check your tests and find holes in your test coverage. If you aren’t sure you’ve got your code tested properly, this package will help you ascertain where the holes are if they exist. Of course, you are still responsible for writing good tests. If your tests aren’t valid but they pass anyway, won’t help you.

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