Hi Qt embedded devs,

By default, the code coverage tool Squish Coco creates a file with the extension .csexe upon the application exit with the code coverage information of the current execution. When working on an embedded device, this is not convenient.

Learn how to store that data in RAM and retrieve it via a remote debugger in this week’s tip: https://www.froglogic.com/blog/in-me...er-connection/