1. Ned Batchelder
  2. coverage.py

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Let igor do the XML report.
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Coverage 4.2
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Not sure how to get 3.5, so let's just drop it for now
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For some reason, lowercase 'python' suddenly struck me as odd-looking. Fix them.
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Be absolutely explicit about non-hashability of some objects.
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Don't print a call stack for each line in multi-line debug output
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Switch license to Apache
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Source kit now has a complete working tree. #137
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Use the latest for quick tests
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Prep for 4.1b1
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Add support for PyPy3 5.2 alpha 1
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Don't need the .px doc toolchain any more
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Add license mention to the top of all files. #313.
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Windows 3.3 on Appveyor isn't building, so skip it.
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Move most requirements into requirements/*.pip, and share them where possible
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Paperwork for version 4.2
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Make multiprocessing support work with spawned processes, which is what Windows uses.
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Did it used to work to have hash marks in exclude regexes?
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Spelling fixes
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dstufft added the 3.6 classifier for me :)
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A different way to run tox, doesn't work yet.
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Use linkcheck on docs, and fix some broken links
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Getting ready for 4.1 final

Coverage.py

Code coverage testing for Python.

Documentation
Build status Windows build status Coverage!

Coverage.py measures code coverage, typically during test execution. It uses the code analysis tools and tracing hooks provided in the Python standard library to determine which lines are executable, and which have been executed.

Coverage.py runs on CPython 2.6, 2.7, and 3.3 through 3.6; PyPy 4.0 and 5.1; and PyPy3 2.4 and 5.2.

Documentation is on Read the Docs. Code repository and issue tracker are on Bitbucket, with a mirrored repository on GitHub.

New in 4.2: better support for multiprocessing and combining data.

New in 4.1: much-improved branch coverage.

New in 4.0: --concurrency, plugins for non-Python files, setup.cfg support, --skip-covered, HTML filtering, and more than 50 issues closed.

Getting Started

See the quick start section of the docs.