Now that we have coverage on our
main branch, let’s see how to improve our coverage. Go back to Codecov and click your demo repository. If you are not seeing any coverage information, click
settings on the top right and ensure your default branch is
Back on the dashboard, you will see some data relating to our recent commit. On the top is the coverage chart which will show you coverage change over time. To the right is a sunburst graph that highlights parts of the codebase that have low coverage. However, we will use the bottom section, the Fileviewer, to identify lines of code that haven’t been tested.
calculator.py to see what line hasn’t been covered.
Note that we haven’t added a test for dividing by 0.
Before we add the test, let’s ensure that our coverage always hits 100%. Create a new branch
git checkout main git pull git checkout -b 'step3'
Create a new file
codecov.yml in the
root directory of the git repository.
coverage: status: project: default: target: 100% threshold: 1%
This configuration tells Codecov to fail a status check if 100% of the codebase is not covered with tests. However, it also allows for a 1% threshold, meaning the true minimum is 99%.
Commit the new file and open a pull request
When opening pull requests, be sure to select your own repository as the base branch.
git add . git commit -m 'step3: add project status check target' git push origin step3
You will notice that after CI finishes, we have a failing status check
Since our project still has an uncovered line, we will need to add a test to cover it before we can merge our code.
At the end of
api/calculator/tests/test_calculator.py add a test for the divide by 0 case
def test_divide_by_0(): assert Calculator.divide(2.0, 0) == 'Cannot divide by 0'
to the end of the file. Let’s commit our code again and see if our project is fully covered.
git add . git commit -m 'step3: cover divide by 0 case' git push origin step3
We now see all of our status checks passing
and the Codecov comment
shows coverage increasing in the
api/calculator.py as we expect.
Finally, let’s add a Codecov badge to a
README.md file. You can copy the Markdown code from the
Settings tab in Codecov, under
README.md file will look something like
As before, commit the changes and merge the pull request
git add . git commit -m 'step3: add Codecov badge' git push origin step3
You should see the badge appear on the repository screen in GitHub
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