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Issue #165 invalid

coverage -x py.test followed by coverage html behaves differently on linux vs. windows

Bjorn Pettersen
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When I run "coverage html" on windows I get an htmlcov folder with one file for each source file in my project + an index.html file and a handful of .js, .css, and .png files. The report looks great.

When I do the same on linux, htmlcov also fills up with files for all source code in site-packages (i.e. dist-packages and /usr/share/pyshared on debian), and the .js, .css, etc. files are not included -- and index.html is not created.

I've installed by using pip install --upgrade coverage on both systems.

The only change I've made (on both systems) is to add an except:/pass clause in backwards.py to skip writing of html files where the file content is not decodable from utf8.

The command I used to create coverage data was:

coverage -x c:\Python26\Scripts\py.test-2.6-script.py

on windows, and

coverage -x /usr/local/bin/py.test

on linux.

Sincerely, Bjorn

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