fr Mauricio:
# Source code, additional information, screenshots... available at 
#     http://eigenclass.org/hiki.rb?rcov
# Release information:
#     http://eigenclass.org/hiki.rb?rcov+0.5.0

rcov is really very useful.
Thank you for sharing rcov.

# Sample cross-referenced report generated by rcov:
#     http://eigenclass.org/static/rcov-sample-report-crossref/

uber cool.
i think the only thing lacking is a web-based editor that hooks to rcov. Wherein you can click on any source, edit it, rerun rcov analysis again, all just using a browser..


# This release is the first to include RubyGems packages: both 
# a binary one for
# Win32 and a platform-independent one for all those with a 
# compiler, (or a lot
# of patience, if willing to run rcov in pure-Ruby mode), so
#   gem install rcov
# should work.

tested and runs great in windows and linux.
but i would still love to see a pure ruby rcov (even if it may be slow).

kind regards -botp