rtems-5.1 source code test coverage failed
joel at rtems.org
Thu Oct 22 15:49:56 UTC 2020
On Thu, Oct 22, 2020 at 4:02 AM smallphd at aliyun.com <smallphd at aliyun.com>
> hi, all
> I want test source code coverage in qemu. There are some questions I met.
> 1. If compiling without -ftest-coverage, the test only produce a percent
> coverage, no *.gcov file which is important to recognize which lines not
> 2. If compiling with -ftest-coverage, *.gcno are created in the same
> directory with *.o and these *.gcno file are included
> in xilinx_zynq_a9_qemu-symbols.ini. However this ini file could only
> include *.o. So the execution will raise error ----- File format not ELF or
> Is there a tutorial introducing how to get rtems-5.1 source code test
We don't do coverage that way. Some simulators can directly produce gcov
I think tsim can do that for example.
gcov foundationally assumes that it can run, collect data, and write it to
at program exit. That model doesn't work on embedded targets. There are
some write ups on the net of people forcing gcov data to be written
and magic to get it off target. But this isn't how RTEMS has done coverage.
We depend on simulators that write trace logs and a utility called
can correlate multiple trace logs with the program executables and product
a unified report. Remember that the same function may be in two RTEMS
executables but they will not be at the same physical address. The trace/log
execution information produced by the simulators will be in terms of which
physical addresses are executed.
The RTEMS Tester has support for running coverage and hopefully the
documentation is good at explaining that.
The qemu couverture project (a separate repo from regular qemu), sis,
and tsim all produce trace/coverage info for an executable that covoar
should be able to process.
FWIW there is at least one known issue with covoar right now. Sometimes
the reported size of a method differs between two executables. Historically,
this has been due to padding after a method so the next adjacent
method in memory is cache line aligned. covoar will reject information
when a method has different sizes in different executables. But can
adjust if it is nop padding to ignore at the end. No one has produced
a reproducible test case to investigate for this latest one. Given
two executables where function X appears to be different sizes, it
is usually easy to see by hand what the program is missing. But you
need that test case.
> Thank you very much!
> smallphd at aliyun.com
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