Changes between Version 40 and Version 41 of TBR/UserManual/RTEMS_Coverage_Analysis


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Sep 16, 2009, 6:05:09 PM (10 years ago)
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GlennHumphrey
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/* How it was Done */ A few corrections

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    32 The output produced by covmerge is actually a set of simple ASCII files that give a developer the necessary information to quickly determine the current status of the Code Coverage and enough information to determine the location of the uncovered code.  The following set of files is produced by covmerge.
     32The output produced by ''covmerge'' is actually a set of simple ASCII files that give a developer the necessary information to quickly determine the current status of the Code Coverage and enough information to determine the location of the uncovered code.  The following set of files is produced by covmerge.
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    3434{| border="1" style="margin: 1em auto 1em auto;text-align: left;"
     
    4545| report.txt || Provides the details of each uncovered range
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    47 | Explanations.txt.NotFound || TBD
     47| Explanations.txt.NotFound || Contains the Explanations that were not found for this coverage run (see XXX for more information about how and why to use Explanations)
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    4949| annotated.dmp || Provides the disassembled listing of hello.exe with indications of the object code that was not executed
     
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    54 You may wonder why the annotated disassembly (''annotated.dmp'') and symbol table (''hello.num'') from hello.exe.  The set of object code analysed is the same in all tests and linked to the same address range.  So the disassembly and symbol table for the analysed portion of all executables is the same.
     54You may wonder why the annotated disassembly (''annotated.dmp'') and symbol table (''hello.num'') are from hello.exe.  Because the set of object code to analyze is the same in all tests and linked to the same address range, the disassembly and symbol table for the analyzable portion of all executables is the same.
    5555= What was Discovered =
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