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Coverage measures the amount of testing done of a certain type. It is always in relation to some kind of measure, for example: statement coverage, branch coverage, etc. (Not restricted to code coverage).

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I have a project that has almost complete unit test coverage. There's only one statement that isn't covered and I can't work out a good way to do so. Say the project is called foo, I have foo … test runner: nosetests --cover-erase --cover-tests --with-coverage --cover-package=foo -vs foo The problem is that this particular statement isn't considered "covered", because I use plain python …
asked May 3 '11 by Soren