Hi, I’ve been in the process of reconfiguring my repo’s codecov config file and splitting up the reports into different status projects by path. Since Codecov is now adding report “summaries” to the PR checks on Github, my intention was to also remove the PR comment of the codecov bot, as it always generates a lot of noise.
The problem I’m seeing though is that the individual PR check summaries only have some bare minumum text, which wasn’t the case previously when the reports were not split up into different status projects.
The PR check summary text is only something like this, which isn’t useful at all:
View this Pull Request on Codecov
12.34% (+5.67%) compared to
Previously, without having different status projects set up and only using the overall “default” project, the PR check summary had the same layout as the PR comment (eg.
layout: "reach, diff, flags, files").
So my questions are this:
- Is it a bug that individual status projects don’t have a detailed PR check summary, similar to the comment?
- If it’s not a bug or if it gets fixed in the future, is it possible to configure the layout of these summaries, similar to the PR comment while disabling the PR comment at the same time, to reduce the noise on a PR?
- Old config, only “default” project enabled: PR check has details, similar to the comment layout
- New config, reports split into multiple projects: PR checks don’t have any details
This issue is independent of the
comment config, disabled or not. Just tested it in another PR.
Don’t get confused with the different repo of the second link, it’s a non-fork “test” repo with the same code base for experimental stuff
GithubActions, using codecov/codecov-action@v1