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NAME


genhtml - Generate HTML view from LCOV coverage data files

SYNOPSIS


genhtml [-h|--help] [-v|--version]
[-q|--quiet] [-s|--show-details] [-f|--frames]
[-b|--baseline-file] baseline-file
[-o|--output-directory output-directory]
[-t|--title title]
[-d|--description-file description-file]
[-k|--keep-descriptions] [-c|--css-file css-file]
[-p|--prefix prefix] [--no-prefix]
[--no-source] [--num-spaces num] [--highlight]
[--legend] [--html-prolog prolog-file]
[--html-epilog epilog-file] [--html-extension extension]
[--html-gzip] [--sort] [--no-sort]
[--function-coverage] [--no-function-coverage]
[--branch-coverage] [--no-branch-coverage]
[--demangle-cpp] [--ignore-errors errors]
[--config-file config-file] [--rc keyword=value]
[--precision num]
tracefile(s)

DESCRIPTION


Create an HTML view of coverage data found in tracefile. Note that tracefile may also be
a list of filenames.

HTML output files are created in the current working directory unless the
--output-directory option is used. If tracefile ends with ".gz", it is assumed to be
GZIP-compressed and the gunzip tool will be used to decompress it transparently.

Note that all source code files have to be present and readable at the exact file system
location they were compiled.

Use option --css-file to modify layout and colors of the generated HTML output. Files are
marked in different colors depending on the associated coverage rate. By default, the
coverage limits for low, medium and high coverage are set to 0-75%, 75-90% and 90-100%
percent respectively. To change these values, use configuration file options
genhtml_hi_limit and genhtml_med_limit.

Also note that when displaying percentages, 0% and 100% are only printed when the values
are exactly 0% and 100% respectively. Other values which would conventionally be rounded
to 0% or 100% are instead printed as nearest non-boundary value. This behavior is in
accordance with that of the gcov(1) tool.

OPTIONS


-h
--help
Print a short help text, then exit.

-v
--version
Print version number, then exit.

-q
--quiet
Do not print progress messages.

Suppresses all informational progress output. When this switch is enabled, only
error or warning messages are printed.

-f
--frames
Use HTML frames for source code view.

If enabled, a frameset is created for each source code file, providing an overview
of the source code as a "clickable" image. Note that this option will slow down
output creation noticeably because each source code character has to be inspected
once. Note also that the GD.pm Perl module has to be installed for this option to
work (it may be obtained from http://www.cpan.org).

-s
--show-details
Generate detailed directory view.

When this option is enabled, genhtml generates two versions of each file view. One
containing the standard information plus a link to a "detailed" version. The latter
additionally contains information about which test case covered how many lines of
each source file.

-b baseline-file
--baseline-file baseline-file
Use data in baseline-file as coverage baseline.

The tracefile specified by baseline-file is read and all counts found in the
original tracefile are decremented by the corresponding counts in baseline-file
before creating any output.

Note that when a count for a particular line in baseline-file is greater than the
count in the tracefile, the result is zero.

-o output-directory
--output-directory output-directory
Create files in output-directory.

Use this option to tell genhtml to write the resulting files to a directory other
than the current one. If output-directory does not exist, it will be created.

It is advisable to use this option since depending on the project size, a lot of
files and subdirectories may be created.

-t title
--title title
Display title in header of all pages.

title is written to the header portion of each generated HTML page to identify the
context in which a particular output was created. By default this is the name of
the tracefile.

-d description-file
--description-file description-file
Read test case descriptions from description-file.

All test case descriptions found in description-file and referenced in the input
data file are read and written to an extra page which is then incorporated into the
HTML output.

The file format of description-file is:

for each test case:
TN:<testname>
TD:<test description>

Valid test case names can consist of letters, numbers and the underscore character
('_').
-k
--keep-descriptions
Do not remove unused test descriptions.

Keep descriptions found in the description file even if the coverage data indicates
that the associated test case did not cover any lines of code.

This option can also be configured permanently using the configuration file option
genhtml_keep_descriptions.

-c css-file
--css-file css-file
Use external style sheet file css-file.

Using this option, an extra .css file may be specified which will replace the
default one. This may be helpful if the default colors make your eyes want to jump
out of their sockets :)

This option can also be configured permanently using the configuration file option
genhtml_css_file.

-p prefix
--prefix prefix
Remove prefix from all directory names.

Because lists containing long filenames are difficult to read, there is a mechanism
implemented that will automatically try to shorten all directory names on the
overview page beginning with a common prefix. By default, this is done using an
algorithm that tries to find the prefix which, when applied, will minimize the
resulting sum of characters of all directory names.

Use this option to specify the prefix to be removed by yourself.

--no-prefix
Do not remove prefix from directory names.

This switch will completely disable the prefix mechanism described in the previous
section.

This option can also be configured permanently using the configuration file option
genhtml_no_prefix.

--no-source
Do not create source code view.

Use this switch if you don't want to get a source code view for each file.

This option can also be configured permanently using the configuration file option
genhtml_no_source.

--num-spaces spaces
Replace tabs in source view with num spaces.

Default value is 8.

This option can also be configured permanently using the configuration file option
genhtml_num_spaces.

--highlight
Highlight lines with converted-only coverage data.

Use this option in conjunction with the --diff option of lcov to highlight those
lines which were only covered in data sets which were converted from previous
source code versions.

This option can also be configured permanently using the configuration file option
genhtml_highlight.

--legend
Include color legend in HTML output.

Use this option to include a legend explaining the meaning of color coding in the
resulting HTML output.

This option can also be configured permanently using the configuration file option
genhtml_legend.

--html-prolog prolog-file
Read customized HTML prolog from prolog-file.

Use this option to replace the default HTML prolog (the initial part of the HTML
source code leading up to and including the <body> tag) with the contents of
prolog-file. Within the prolog text, the following words will be replaced when a
page is generated:

@pagetitle@
The title of the page.

@basedir@
A relative path leading to the base directory (e.g. for locating css-files).

This option can also be configured permanently using the configuration file option
genhtml_html_prolog.

--html-epilog epilog-file
Read customized HTML epilog from epilog-file.

Use this option to replace the default HTML epilog (the final part of the HTML
source including </body>) with the contents of epilog-file.

Within the epilog text, the following words will be replaced when a page is
generated:

@basedir@
A relative path leading to the base directory (e.g. for locating css-files).

This option can also be configured permanently using the configuration file option
genhtml_html_epilog.

--html-extension extension
Use customized filename extension for generated HTML pages.

This option is useful in situations where different filename extensions are
required to render the resulting pages correctly (e.g. php). Note that a '.' will
be inserted between the filename and the extension specified by this option.

This option can also be configured permanently using the configuration file option
genhtml_html_extension.

--html-gzip
Compress all generated html files with gzip and add a .htaccess file specifying
gzip-encoding in the root output directory.

Use this option if you want to save space on your webserver. Requires a webserver
with .htaccess support and a browser with support for gzip compressed html.

This option can also be configured permanently using the configuration file option
genhtml_html_gzip.

--sort
--no-sort
Specify whether to include sorted views of file and directory overviews.

Use --sort to include sorted views or --no-sort to not include them. Sorted views
are enabled by default.

When sorted views are enabled, each overview page will contain links to views of
that page sorted by coverage rate.

This option can also be configured permanently using the configuration file option
genhtml_sort.

--function-coverage
--no-function-coverage
Specify whether to display function coverage summaries in HTML output.

Use --function-coverage to enable function coverage summaries or
--no-function-coverage to disable it. Function coverage summaries are enabled by
default

When function coverage summaries are enabled, each overview page will contain the
number of functions found and hit per file or directory, together with the
resulting coverage rate. In addition, each source code view will contain a link to
a page which lists all functions found in that file plus the respective call count
for those functions.

This option can also be configured permanently using the configuration file option
genhtml_function_coverage.

--branch-coverage
--no-branch-coverage
Specify whether to display branch coverage data in HTML output.

Use --branch-coverage to enable branch coverage display or --no-branch-coverage to
disable it. Branch coverage data display is enabled by default

When branch coverage display is enabled, each overview page will contain the number
of branches found and hit per file or directory, together with the resulting
coverage rate. In addition, each source code view will contain an extra column
which lists all branches of a line with indications of whether the branch was taken
or not. Branches are shown in the following format:

' + ': Branch was taken at least once
' - ': Branch was not taken
' # ': The basic block containing the branch was never executed

Note that it might not always be possible to relate branches to the corresponding
source code statements: during compilation, GCC might shuffle branches around or
eliminate some of them to generate better code.

This option can also be configured permanently using the configuration file option
genhtml_branch_coverage.

--demangle-cpp
Specify whether to demangle C++ function names.

Use this option if you want to convert C++ internal function names to human
readable format for display on the HTML function overview page. This option
requires that the c++filt tool is installed (see c++filt(1)).

--ignore-errors errors
Specify a list of errors after which to continue processing.

Use this option to specify a list of one or more classes of errors after which
geninfo should continue processing instead of aborting.

errors can be a comma-separated list of the following keywords:

source: the source code file for a data set could not be found.

--config-file config-file
Specify a configuration file to use.

When this option is specified, neither the system-wide configuration file
/etc/lcovrc, nor the per-user configuration file ~/.lcovrc is read.

This option may be useful when there is a need to run several instances of genhtml
with different configuration file options in parallel.

--rc keyword=value
Override a configuration directive.

Use this option to specify a keyword=value statement which overrides the
corresponding configuration statement in the lcovrc configuration file. You can
specify this option more than once to override multiple configuration statements.
See lcovrc(5) for a list of available keywords and their meaning.

--precision num
Show coverage rates with num number of digits after the decimal-point.

Default value is 1.

This option can also be configured permanently using the configuration file option
genhtml_precision.

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