Generates statistics about code coverage.
code-coverage-data-generate-statistics &key code-coverage-data sort => result
code-coverage-data-generate-statistics generates statistics about code coverage.
code-coverage-data, if supplied, must be a code-coverage-data object, otherwise the internal code-coverage-data object is used. For each file in the data,
code-coverage-data-generate-statistics generates a code-coverage-file-stats object. It returns a vector of these code-coverage-file-stats objects.
If the argument sort is non-nil (the default), the vector is sorted by the
cl:file-namestring of the source file.
The stats objects do not change after
code-coverage-data-generate-statistics returns, even if the data that was used is the internal one.
The statistics are only coverage, that is they treat the counters as binary zero/non-zero values. That includes negative counters (which may occur if the supplied data is a result of subtraction), which counted as "Covered".
The stats objects can be accessed by the code-coverage-file-stats readers.
LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual - 13 Feb 2015