A command line tool to generate HTML-formatted reports out of salmonella log files.
This is the tool that generate the reports under the salmonella-report directories in https://tests.call-cc.org.
salmonella-html-report is hosted on github: https://github.com/mario-goulart/salmonella-html-report
salmonella-html-report also uses the dot command line tool (provided by Graphviz) to generate the [reverse] dependencies graphs.
$ salmonella-html-report --help Usage: salmonella-html-report [ <options> ] <salmonella log file> <out dir> --verbose Verbose output. --disable-graphs Disable generation of dependency graphs. --css-uri=<uri> URI of the CSS file to be used in the generatated pages. --graphics-format=<type> Format of the [reverse] dependency graph images. The supported ones are those supported by dot (GraphViz). The default format is SVG. --compress-html Compress HTML files using gzip. --html-compressor External program to use to compress HTML files. --html-compressor-args Arguments to be passed to the external program to compress HTML files. --compress-graphics Compress graphics files using gzip. --graphics-compressor External program to use to compress graphics files. --graphics-compressor-args Arguments to be passed to the external program to compress graphics files. --keep-dot-files By default, salmonella-html-report will remove dot files (GraphViz) after converting them to graphics files. This command line can be used to avoid removing them.
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- CHICKEN 5 support
- Add "Undocumented eggs" section (suggested by Peter Bex)
- Show error messages in case of fetch error
- Circular dependencies detection and reporting
- Disable "Test report" link when there's no test report
- Show installation status in the installation report page title
- Add "Total run time" to TOC
- Use SVG as default graphics format
- Remove .dot files after generating graphics (the new --keep-dot-files command line option can be used to preserve dot file)
- Compression support
- Split salmonella-html-report into a loadable extension and a command line tool
- Check if the arguments for egg-dependencies are really eggs (core libraries and other non-egg things don't have metadata information)
- Drop dependency on regex (use irregex instead)
- Don't warn about GPL eggs in test-depends of non-GPL eggs
- Don't hardcode the protocol in the link to the CSS file
- Fixed bug in license verification (it assumed versions were always strings, but they could also be symbols). Thanks to Peter Bex for reporting this issue
- Fixed listing of eggs whose installation succeeded but tests failed. Don't show broken dependencies for tests.
- Added test status to test pages to ease checking if eggs exit status are actually consistent
- Fixed release-info file
- Subclassification of the "Installation succeeded" section according to test status (as suggested by Peter Bex)
- Added rank pages
- Added TOC
- Initial release