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code coverage tool for tcl / tk

Posted by arvindpal (arvindpal), 26 June 2009
Hi,

I am looking for a decent code coverage tool to capture   tcl / tk code coverage lines (like purecov for c/c++). Has anybody used one or can suggest me one.


Thanks!

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 30 June 2009
I'm not sure if such a tool is feasible, since tcl is a pure interpretted language .  How would you show coverage of variable code like this:

Code:
set count 1
foreach type {if while} {
       $type {$count < 5} {
               puts "yay $type $count"
               incr count
       }
}


(and I could engineer some worse examples!)



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Comment: "Try coverity for coverage...alenatively you could use ..."

Comment by Miyur (published 2011-01-16) Suggested link.
Try coverity for coverage...alenatively you could use nagelfar for debugging tcl scripts. [#3840]

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