I followed the “tutorial” on GitHub - JuliaCI/Coverage.jl: Take Julia code coverage and memory allocation results, do useful things with them
I manage to create .cov files for my local package as well as an lcov file after running the command
Is there a way to display the report in a nice way in vscode under windows?
I have tried Coverage Gutters but it does not seem to be working. I probably don’t use it correctly…
Is there a way to render the lcov file nicely in vscode?