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Coverage is always coverage related to some model. This often gets skipped over, which leads to much confusion "you said you had 100% coverage so how come there's a bug?!" When you're looking at unit tests, then it's possible to use code coverage as an indicator (there are tools that can measure what percentage of the lines in your code are exercised when ...


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Yes, we do just that. We use Python and Coverage. I am curious what is business reason to eliminate unit tests. Unit tests are much closer to code and if any fails, finding and fixing the bug is much easier. The only reason to eliminate unit test is if another unit test covered the same execution path. OK, after comment from OP: yes, it is valid reason to ...



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