I just released jacoco-badge-generator 2.10.0, which can be run as a GitHub Action or as a command-line utility as part of CI/CD workflows for Java projects, as well as for projects in other JVM languages such as Kotlin, to parse JaCoCo test coverage reports, generate instructions coverage and branches coverage badges for project READMEs, serve as pull-request checks (e.g., validate minimum coverage thresholds), among other functionality.
- Option to suppress workflow job summary in GitHub Actions Mode.
- Bump cicirello/pyaction from 4.19.0 to 4.22.0.
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Coverage badges, and pull request coverage checks, from JaCoCo reports in GitHub Actions
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The jacoco-badge-generator can be used in one of two ways: as a GitHub Action or as a command-line
utility (e.g., such as part of a local build script). The jacoco-badge-generator parses a
from a JaCoCo coverage report, computes coverage percentages
from JaCoCo's Instructions and Branches counters, and
generates badges for one or both of these (user configurable) to provide an easy
to read visual summary of the code coverage of your test cases. The default behavior directly
generates the badges internally with no external calls, but the action also provides an option
to instead generate Shields JSON endpoints. It supports
both the basic case of a single
jacoco.csv, as well as multi-module projects in which
case the action can produce coverage badges from the combination of…
For more information, see the project webpage and my earlier posts about the jacoco-badge-generator here on DEV:
Post with general information and example GitHub Action workflows:
Post about CLI mode:
Post with example multi-module workflows:
Or visit my website: