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Antony Dovgal's Blog:
PHP test coverage exceeded 55%
May 21, 2008 @ 08:47:44

As Antony Dovgal points out in a new blog post today, the latest reports on PHP's code coverage have jumped up over the 50% mark (to 56.3% at the time of this post).

It took us about 2 years to get the last 5% and I believe most of the kudos should go to IBM people, who continue to contribute lots of new tests. I hope that the Testfest will help us to speed up this process.

There are still a lot of items in the red that could use some tests, so if you're looking to help out write up some tests or check your area for a TestFest event to get some help.

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