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10 Code Coverage

Code Coverage in LispWorks allows you to compile your code with code execution counters, which then record when each piece of code is executed, and then display which parts of the program were executed and how frequently. Alternatively you can compile your code with a binary flag to record simply whether each piece was executed or not.

10.1 Using Code Coverage

10.2 Manipulating code coverage data

10.3 Preventing code generation for some forms

10.4 Code coverage and multithreading

10.5 Counting overflow

10.6 Memory usage and code speed

10.7 Understanding the code coverage output

10.8 Coloring code that has changed

LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual - 13 Feb 2015