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Getting Coverage Summary Information on Demand

This API is supported only on Linux* OS for C/C++ applications.
The
_PGOPTI_Get_Coverage_Info()
function gets the basic-block and line coverage percentage for each instrumented file while the application is running.
The prototype of the function call is given below.
Syntax
int _PGOPTI_Get_Coverage_Info(PGOPTI_COVERAGE_SUMMARY *coverage_array);
This API provides on-demand coverage information for all the files that get profiled. The coverage information is stored in a dynamically allocated array of structures, a pointer to which is returned in the argument
coverage_array
. The return value of the call is the number of elements in this array.
You can use the coverage information as needed but you are responsible for freeing up the dynamically allocated coverage array.
You can also choose to print the on-demand coverage information onto the terminal screen as shown in the example below.
#include <pgouser.h> void Coverage_Summary(void) { int index, num_files; PGOPTI_COVERAGE_SUMMARY coverage_array, curp; // Get coverage summary information and print it out num_files = _PGOPTI_Get_Coverage_Info(&coverage_array); for (index = 0; index < num_files; index++) { curp = &coverage_array[index]; printf( "%s ", curp->file_name); printf( "Block coverage percent: %u, ", curp->coverage_percent); printf( "Line coverage percent: %u\n", curp->line_coverage_percent); free(curp->file_name); } if (num_files > 0) { free(coverage_array); }}