Hi Codecov community!
Is there any way to display the commit status coverage numbers, per project, without the need to click on “details”?
I use a simple monorepo with custom projects and path filtering. When I get the commit status reports, all projects only report “Codecov Report” instead of something like “78.87%” or “45.3% (- 12.2%)”. It does show the coverage numbers when I click “Details” for a single package so it does work.
(A screenshot was supposed to go here, but I’m limited to only one. See this PR instead https://github.com/byCedric/use-expo/pull/423)
For me, this is a bit hard to work with. I would expect the coverage status to be displayed inline, like the screenshot from the docs. But with the current behavior, I have to click details on all packages to “manually validate” if the coverage makes sense or if we should add more tests.
For context, I set up it my repo here. It’s a pretty simple monorepo:
- Jest creates a single coverage report on all tests (for performance reasons)
codecov/codecov-action@v1, I send the report only once per commit (Node 14)
- Display different commit status coverage, per package, using path filtering (not flags)
Any help would be appreciated!