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    • Andrei Pavel's avatar
      Various changes to Makefile.am · 325bfcd1
      Andrei Pavel authored
      report-cpp-coverage wasn't working because of a syntax error
      Added coverage target to .NOTPARALLEL to run unit tests and only then build reports.
      Fixed cppcheck.
      325bfcd1
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    • Jeremy C. Reed's avatar
      adjust report-cpp-coverage make target · ededfc86
      Jeremy C. Reed authored
      exclude include/ so will remove /usr/local/include too
      
      also add a hack to change the paths to be consistent
      in the case that the directory the job is done in is a symlink
      to another directory.
      (Alternative method would be to run the lcov tool multiple times
      for each path and set the base-directory switch plus add-tracefile
      switch to combine.)
      
      I didn't get this reviewed. I am under assuption that this make target
      is rarely used.
      ededfc86
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    • Kean Johnston's avatar
      [master] Use tput rather than hard-coded escape sequences · 833deb1f
      Kean Johnston authored
      Rather than using terminal-specific hard-coded escape sequences that are
      not guaranteed to work on all terminals, use the tput utility. Also use
      the terminal defined standout mode rather than trying to set a specific
      colour. The old way enabled bright yellow text which, while very visible
      if your background is black, is all but invisible if your terminal
      background is white.
      833deb1f
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