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Elizabeth Smith's Blog:
Code Coverage For PHP Windows Extensions
October 10, 2008 @ 16:04:27

Elizabeth Smith has a new blog post today showing the steps you'll need to get code coverage testing up and running on your Windows extensions.

She spells out a seven step process that involves Microsoft Visual Studio (with Code Coverage support), a properly compiled PHP instance and a little familiarity with the Windows command line to get things working.

As you can see, this could be a nice automated task. Figuring out this path to madness took a lot of googling to find some information about running code coverage from the command line.

She also includes a tip on getting the .NET parts to play nice with Visual Studio.

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