We’re doing a release to DeepSource’s Test Coverage analyzer that fixes the way uncovered lines are grouped into issues. It will improve the overall quality of the issues reported, and remove some redundant issues being raised in the Test Coverage analyzer.
This change may cause pre-existing issues in your codebase to re-appear on your pull request runs.
If this happens, you can go to your Repository Settings, and Deactivate and Activate that repository, and wait for the test coverage results to be reported. This will ensure that the new test coverage issues are synced on the Dashboard, and will not cause any other side effects. Following that, you shouldn’t see any unrelated Test Coverage issues on your PRs.