ReportGenerator converts coverage reports generated by coverlet, OpenCover, dotCover, Visual Studio, NCover, Cobertura, JaCoCo, Clover, gcov or lcov into human readable reports in various formats.
Author: Daniel Palme
To learn how to use ReportGenerator have a look at the:
- task: reportgenerator@5
reports: 'coverage.xml' # REQUIRED # The coverage reports that should be parsed (separated by semicolon). Globbing is supported.
targetdir: 'coveragereport' # REQUIRED # The directory where the generated report should be saved.
reporttypes: 'HtmlInline_AzurePipelines;Cobertura' # The output formats and scope (separated by semicolon) Values: Badges, Clover, Cobertura, CsvSummary, Html, Html_Dark, Html_Light, Html_BlueRed, HtmlChart, HtmlInline, HtmlInline_AzurePipelines, HtmlInline_AzurePipelines_Dark, HtmlInline_AzurePipelines_Light, HtmlSummary, JsonSummary, Latex, LatexSummary, lcov, MarkdownSummary, MarkdownSummaryGithub, MarkdownDeltaSummary, MHtml, PngChart, SonarQube, TeamCitySummary, TextSummary, TextDeltaSummary, Xml, XmlSummary
sourcedirs: '' # Optional directories which contain the corresponding source code (separated by semicolon). The source directories are used if coverage report contains classes without path information.
historydir: '' # Optional directory for storing persistent coverage information. Can be used in future reports to show coverage evolution.
plugins: '' # Optional plugin files for custom reports or custom history storage (separated by semicolon).
assemblyfilters: '+*' # Optional list of assemblies that should be included or excluded in the report. Exclusion filters take precedence over inclusion filters. Wildcards are allowed.
classfilters: '+*' # Optional list of classes that should be included or excluded in the report. Exclusion filters take precedence over inclusion filters. Wildcards are allowed.
filefilters: '+*' # Optional list of files that should be included or excluded in the report. Exclusion filters take precedence over inclusion filters. Wildcards are allowed.
verbosity: 'Info' # The verbosity level of the log messages. Values: Verbose, Info, Warning, Error, Off
title: '' # Optional title.
tag: '$(build.buildnumber)_#$(build.buildid)' # Optional tag or build version.
license: '' # Optional license for PRO version. Get your license here: https://reportgenerator.io/pro
customSettings: '' # Optional custom settings (separated by semicolon). See: https://github.com/danielpalme/ReportGenerator/wiki/Settings.
The Publish Code Coverage Results task from Microsoft regenerates the report with different settings and based on the supplied Coberatura file (see announcement). Moreover it does not necessarily use the latest version of ReportGenerator.
To disable the regeneration of the report, you can use the following environment variable in your build:
The screenshots show two snippets of the generated reports: