Add ability to report code coverage of only new code in (Github) pull requests

It would be very beneficial if once a pull request is created and the code coverage for the pull request is calculated, to be able to report the code coverage in the originating pull request so that the number can be used to estimated newly added code has been well covered by tests.

All in all, it would be nice to know whether the estimated code coverage after merging will increase or decrease as well.

Hi @Vanda_Cabanova
Thank you for your feedback and feature request :slight_smile:
As you can see on the screenshot below, we already display the code coverage of the current branch and the calculation of the code coverage after the merge.

I’m not sure I understand properly your post though. Would you like to have a indicator that says if you are increasing or decreasing the code coverage instead of comparing the numbers by yourself?

Kind regards,

Hi @Christophe_Havard, I’m having the same problem that @Vanda_Cabanova report.
Only estimated after merge is show.
The projects I’m working on are in Go.
We use the following configs at our




Thank you!

Hi @tiaguinho and welcome to our community :slight_smile:
I’m not sur I understand properly your message : is there a question you expect me to answer? If so, I will move your post to the Get Help section.

Kind regards,

I’m having problem with coverage report pull request plugin.
This is what appears on PR message:

No Coverage information No Coverage information
No Duplication information No Duplication information

There is any aditional configuration that I have to do?

Thanks @Christophe_Havard

Hi @tiaguinho ,
I’m not able to answer your question directly. Plus, here is the Feature Request section. If you need help on your coverage problem, please create a topic in the Get Help section. so that someone may be able to spot your problem and help you :wink: