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Request #60360 Add a phpinfo() somewhere on GCOV
Submitted: 2011-11-22 20:09 UTC Modified: 2018-09-09 08:57 UTC
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 [2011-11-22 20:09 UTC]
It would be nice to have a phpinfo() somewhere on the gcov server to know which 
version of a specific lib is used.


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 [2011-11-22 20:22 UTC]
It should be generated per build basis, so we can check it for each execution.
If Nuno doesn't mind, I can do this, as it seems trivial to implement.
 [2017-09-10 21:12 UTC]
-Package: Unknown/Other Function +Package: Testing related
 [2018-08-12 18:04 UTC] Can we do this one? As described, would help us know which version our libs are.
 [2018-08-12 18:04 UTC]
-Assigned To: +Assigned To: nlopess
 [2018-08-12 22:08 UTC]
Ferenc: sure, feel free to implement this. Let me know if you need to me to commit the patch. I think anyone with php-web karma can commit to gcov.
 [2018-09-09 08:57 UTC]
-Status: Assigned +Status: Open -Assigned To: nlopess +Assigned To:
 [2018-09-09 17:16 UTC]
> I think anyone with php-web karma can commit to gcov.

@nlopess Unfortunately, no. I have an open PR in GitHub, and after try to commit, I got a message that I have insufficient karma. 

I'll attach the patch to this PR and let you know.
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