[TIP] Coverage.py 4.1b2: re-written branch measurement

Barry Warsaw barry at python.org
Sun Jan 24 18:49:03 PST 2016

On Jan 23, 2016, at 08:08 PM, Ned Batchelder wrote:

>Try it, let me know what you think: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/coverage/4.1b2

I haven't done a detailed analysis of the output, but it's definitely
different.  I ran both the stable and pre-release versions over the Mailman 3
core's git master head.  Here are the totals:

Name                                                                               Stmts   Miss Branch BrPart  Cover   Missing
TOTAL (stable)                                                                     14386   1127   4377    463    90%   
TOTAL (pre-release)                                                                12456    954   3350    309    91%

So I find it interesting that there are now fewer total number of statements,
with correspondingly lower totals on the other values.  Except total
coverage.  Yay!  I get to claim a little boost with no extra work. :)

Is there an easy way to compare the different results, considering it's
reporting on almost 300 files?

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