covr: Test Coverage for Packages

Track and report code coverage for your package and (optionally) upload the results to a coverage service like 'Codecov' ( or 'Coveralls' ( Code coverage is a measure of the amount of code being exercised by a set of tests. It is an indirect measure of test quality and completeness. This package is compatible with any testing methodology or framework and tracks coverage of both R code and compiled C/C++/FORTRAN code.

Version: 2.2.2
Depends: R (≥ 3.1.0), methods
Imports: stats, utils, jsonlite, rex, httr, crayon, withr (≥ 1.0.2)
Suggests: R6, knitr, rmarkdown, shiny (≥ 0.11.1), htmltools, htmlwidgets (≥ 0.7), DT (≥ 0.2), testthat, rstudioapi (≥ 0.2), devtools, xml2 (≥ 1.0.0), parallel, memoise
Published: 2017-01-05
Author: Jim Hester [aut, cre], Willem Ligtenberg [ctb], Kirill Müller [ctb], Henrik Bengtsson [ctb], Steve Peak [ctb], Kirill Sevastyanenko [ctb], Jon Clayden [ctb], Robert Flight [ctb], Eric Brown [ctb], Brodie Gaslam [ctb], Will Beasley [ctb], Robert Krzyzanowski [ctb], Markus Wamser [ctb], Karl Forner [ctb], Gergely Daróczi [ctb], Jouni Helske [ctb], Kun Ren [ctb], Jeroen Ooms [ctb], Ken Williams [ctb], Chris Campbell [ctb]
Maintainer: Jim Hester <james.f.hester at>
License: MIT + file LICENSE
NeedsCompilation: yes
Materials: README NEWS
CRAN checks: covr results


Reference manual: covr.pdf
Vignettes: How does covr work anyway
Package source: covr_2.2.2.tar.gz
Windows binaries: r-devel:, r-release:, r-oldrel:
OS X Mavericks binaries: r-release: covr_2.2.2.tgz, r-oldrel: covr_2.2.2.tgz
Old sources: covr archive

Reverse dependencies:

Reverse suggests: ABCoptim, aemo, after, ALA4R, analogsea, ashr, autothresholdr, awsjavasdk, betalink, bgmfiles, binman, blob, bold, broom, brranching, bsplus, BTYDplus, callr, ccafs, cellranger, ClusterR, colorplaner, crul, cvequality, DataExplorer, datastepr, DBI, debugme, dendextend, desc, descriptr, devtools, diffobj, discgolf, dplyr, dtplyr, elastic, enigma, EpiModel, errorlocate, fauxpas, fiery, filesstrings, finch, FLightR, fmbasics, fmdates, foghorn, forcats, formattable, FTRLProximal, fuzzyjoin, GeneralTree, geojson, geojsonlint, getCRUCLdata, getlandsat, gghalfnorm, GGIR, ggplot2, goldi, googleAnalyticsR, googleAuthR, googleCloudStorageR, googleComputeEngineR, googlesheets, GSODR, gtable, HARtools, haven, incidence, inferr, isdparser, joineR, jqr, KernelKnn, largeVis, lawn, lazyeval, lexRankr, lingtypology, listWithDefaults, liteq, lubridate, mapr, mcparallelDo, modelr, Momocs, mregions, naptime, natserv, netdiffuseR, normalr, oai, odbc, openadds, OpenImageR, optiRum, originr, outbreaks, owmr, pacotest, palr, pangaear, plyr, pmc, prettycode, primefactr, productplots, prof.tree, proto, ptstem, purrr, qwraps2, radiant, radiant.basics,, radiant.model, radiant.multivariate, randgeo, ratelimitr, rbgm, rbhl, rbison, rcrossref, rdpla, readr, rematch, reprex, rgeospatialquality, rintrojs, ritis, rjsonapi, rnoaa, rnpn, rodham, roxygen2, rplos, rrecsys, rredlist, RSauceLabs, RSelenium, rslp, rsnps, rstack, rstantools, rvertnet, rvest, rvg, scales, seleniumPipes, semver, sigmoid, simmer, simmer.plot, sofa, solrium, SpaDES, spbabel, spdplyr, spex, spocc, stringr, svglite, taxize, templates, testthat, text2vec, textreuse, textTinyR, tidyr, tokenizers, toxboot, tracer, traits, trip, units, valr, vembedr, wdman, Wmisc, worrms, xml2, xmlparsedata, yesno


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