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    • Nick Mathewson's avatar
      Coverage support: build with --enable-coverage to have tests run with gcov · 17e9fc09
      Nick Mathewson authored
      If you pass the --enable-coverage flag on the command line, we build
      our testing binaries with appropriate options eo enable coverage
      testing.  We also build a "tor-cov" binary that has coverage enabled,
      for integration tests.
      
      On recent OSX versions, test coverage only works with clang, not gcc.
      So we warn about that.
      
      Also add a contrib/coverage script to actually run gcov with the
      appropriate options to generate useful .gcov files.  (Thanks to
      automake, the .o files will not have the names that gcov expects to
      find.)
      
      Also, remove generated gcda and gcno files on clean.
      17e9fc09
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