[libvirt] [PATCH 1/1] CI: add code coverage analysis

Martin Kletzander mkletzan at redhat.com
Fri May 26 07:12:44 UTC 2017

On Thu, May 25, 2017 at 08:44:48PM -0300, Claudio André wrote:
>Em 25/05/2017 03:49, Martin Kletzander escreveu:
>> On Thu, May 25, 2017 at 01:14:36AM -0300, claudioandre.br at gmail.com
>> wrote:
>>> From: Claudio André <claudioandre.br at gmail.com>
>>> It builds the code coverage report and uploads the coverage data to a
>>> web service in order to allow to track libvirt's code coverage over
>>> time.
>>> ---
>> You can add the links from the cover letter right here.  It is below the
>> '---' marker, so it won't be part of the commit message, but it is also
>> before the first 'diff --git', so it won't be considered part of the
>> patch either.  Just like the stats below.
>Thanks for the information
>>> +after_success:
>>> +  - 'if [ -n "${COVERAGE}" ]; then
>>> +        make -j3 cov;
>>> +        coveralls-lcov --repo-token ${COVERALLS_TOKEN}
>>> coverage/libvirt.info;
>> I like this, but I have no idea where COVERALLS_TOKEN comes from.
>The Token comes from coveralls.io site.
>1. create your/libvirt account on coveralls (using GitHub credentials)
>2. enable the libvirt repository and you will be able to see a field
>named: REPO TOKEN.
>3. then, using Travis website (or Travis CLI tool, I prefer the first
>for this case) you save the token ciphered.

Oh, so it's saved in your profile on the travis website.  That makes
sense.  I was just wondering where this environment variable gets
defined, that's it.  And I didn't check the documentation because I
didn't like the fact that coveralls.io wanted _write_ access to my
commit messages and repositories, so I didn't sign up.  And their
documentation seems pretty sparse when you're not logged in.

>For Coveralls, click here and there and you will find your way to enable
>the repository and get the token (probably
>For Travis: https://travis-ci.org/YOUR_NICK/libvirt/settings, you'll see
>"Environment Variables" and the add button.
>>  How do we make sure that no user branches will post stuff to the
>> coveralls.io site?
>Because Travis save the token ciphered, nobody else can see the token.
>In fact, if you save it using the site, it does not exist even in the
>.travis.yml file.
>And if Travis, Coveralls, ..., are compromised, you can easily
>regenerate the Token fast enough to avoid damage.
>Sorry if the message sounds, umm, pedantic.
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