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There are the following types of test coverage criteria: structural criteria data criteria fault-model criteria requirements-based criteria criteria based on explicit test case specifications criteria based on statistical methods for random test data generation criteria based on mutation-analysis All criteria except the first one are ...
You could try Diff-Cover: https://github.com/Bachmann1234/diff-cover Diff coverage is the percentage of new or modified lines that are covered by tests. This provides a clear and achievable standard for code review: If you touch a line of code, that line should be covered. Seems Diff-Cover uses Cobertura XML coverage reports, those might or might ...
Coverage of state transitions Coverage of environment combinations It says, that structural is everything which is based un underlying code or alike. But I don't really see any practical use of this division.
Coverage should be done by developers, especially coverage by unit tests. You can track the numbers and suggest that if code is added to a module, test is added so new code is covered. But there is nothing you can do (as QA) to increase code coverage by unit tests. So if you responsible for that, it is by definition an exercise in frustration (because you ...
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