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# code-coverage
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Evan

02/09/2021, 12:12 AM
Does anyone have a guide for how to enable code coverage, either from jacoco or IntelliJ, for a Kotlin Multiplatform project? I seem to only find conflicting/out of date resources and I’m really struggling here.
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/59802396/kotlin-multiplatform-coverage/62525463#62525463 I’ve tried this but it doesn’t work. After running it says 0% then complains about sources being out of date.
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Alexis Cala Martínez

02/09/2021, 3:12 AM
@Evan how did you configure gradle.kts?
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Evan

02/09/2021, 6:14 PM
@Alexis Cala Martínez
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import org.jetbrains.kotlin.gradle.plugin.mpp.KotlinNativeTarget

plugins {
    kotlin("multiplatform")
    id("com.android.library")
    jacoco
}

kotlin {
    android()
    ios {
        binaries {
            framework {
                baseName = "shared"
            }
        }
    }
    sourceSets {
        val commonMain by getting
        val commonTest by getting {
            dependencies {
                implementation(kotlin("test-common"))
                implementation(kotlin("test-annotations-common"))
            }
        }
        val androidMain by getting {
            dependencies {
                implementation("com.google.android.material:material:1.2.1")
            }
        }
        val androidTest by getting {
            dependencies {
                implementation(kotlin("test-junit"))
                implementation("junit:junit:4.13")
            }
        }
        val iosMain by getting
        val iosTest by getting
    }
}

android {
    compileSdkVersion(29)
    sourceSets["main"].manifest.srcFile("src/androidMain/AndroidManifest.xml")
    defaultConfig {
        minSdkVersion(24)
        targetSdkVersion(29)
    }
    buildTypes {
        getByName("debug") {
            isTestCoverageEnabled = true
        }
    }
}

val packForXcode by tasks.creating(Sync::class) {
    group = "build"
    val mode = System.getenv("CONFIGURATION") ?: "DEBUG"
    val sdkName = System.getenv("SDK_NAME") ?: "iphonesimulator"
    val targetName = "ios" + if (sdkName.startsWith("iphoneos")) "Arm64" else "X64"
    val framework = kotlin.targets.getByName<KotlinNativeTarget>(targetName).binaries.getFramework(mode)
    inputs.property("mode", mode)
    dependsOn(framework.linkTask)
    val targetDir = File(buildDir, "xcode-frameworks")
    from({ framework.outputDirectory })
    into(targetDir)
}

tasks.getByName("build").dependsOn(packForXcode)
I’ve also tried this configuration:
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import org.jetbrains.kotlin.gradle.plugin.mpp.KotlinNativeTarget

plugins {
    kotlin("multiplatform")
    id("com.android.library")
    jacoco
}

kotlin {
    android()
    ios {
        binaries {
            framework {
                baseName = "shared"
            }
        }
    }
    sourceSets {
        val commonMain by getting
        val commonTest by getting {
            dependencies {
                implementation(kotlin("test-common"))
                implementation(kotlin("test-annotations-common"))
            }
        }
        val androidMain by getting {
            dependencies {
                implementation("com.google.android.material:material:1.2.1")
            }
        }
        val androidTest by getting {
            dependencies {
                implementation(kotlin("test-junit"))
                implementation("junit:junit:4.13")
            }
        }
        val iosMain by getting
        val iosTest by getting
    }
}

android {
    compileSdkVersion(29)
    sourceSets["main"].manifest.srcFile("src/androidMain/AndroidManifest.xml")
    defaultConfig {
        minSdkVersion(24)
        targetSdkVersion(29)
    }
    buildTypes {
        getByName("debug") {
            isTestCoverageEnabled = true
        }
    }
}


jacoco {
    toolVersion = "0.8.5"
}

val jacocoTestReport by tasks.creating(JacocoReport::class.java) {
    sourceDirectories.setFrom(files(project.projectDir))
    executionData.setFrom(
        fileTree(project.projectDir) {
            setIncludes(setOf("**/**/*.exec", "**/**/*.ec"))
        }
    )
    reports {
        xml.isEnabled = true
        csv.isEnabled = false
        html.isEnabled = false
    }
}

val jacocoTestCoverageVerification by tasks.creating(JacocoCoverageVerification::class.java) {
    dependsOn(jacocoTestReport)
    violationRules {
        rule {
            limit {
                minimum = "0.8".toBigDecimal()
            }
        }
    }
}

val testCoverage by tasks.registering {
    group = "verification"
    description = "Runs the unit tests with coverage."

    dependsOn("test", jacocoTestReport, jacocoTestCoverageVerification)
    tasks["jacocoTestReport"].mustRunAfter("test")
    tasks["jacocoTestCoverageVerification"].mustRunAfter("jacocoTestReport")
}

val packForXcode by tasks.creating(Sync::class) {
    group = "build"
    val mode = System.getenv("CONFIGURATION") ?: "DEBUG"
    val sdkName = System.getenv("SDK_NAME") ?: "iphonesimulator"
    val targetName = "ios" + if (sdkName.startsWith("iphoneos")) "Arm64" else "X64"
    val framework = kotlin.targets.getByName<KotlinNativeTarget>(targetName).binaries.getFramework(mode)
    inputs.property("mode", mode)
    dependsOn(framework.linkTask)
    val targetDir = File(buildDir, "xcode-frameworks")
    from({ framework.outputDirectory })
    into(targetDir)
}

tasks.getByName("build").dependsOn(packForXcode)
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Alexis Cala Martínez

03/27/2021, 3:57 PM
any of them worked?
e

Evan

03/29/2021, 4:50 PM
No. The closest we got was an HTML JaCoCo report, but unless the tests truly referenced 100% of available code, the code coverage numbers were off. Unreferenced classes were not included in the report. I removed all tests except for a single class in the project and it showed coverage as 100%.
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