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CLOVER : Code Coverage Tool

Saurabh Agrawal
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Joined: Oct 07, 2003
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Hello all,
I am doing some R & D on using Code coverage tool -Clover.In the process i downloaded the free trial version of the same and integrated with the Eclipse IDE.

Now i can see options like Clover View where i can compile my all classes with Clover.When i compile my entire project which has JAVA CODE + JUNITs, it shows 0% infront of every JAVA class.

When i generate the PDF report, again all the statistics : Branch,Stmt,Method, Total shows 0%.Now what does that mean ? How do i know the significance of these Headings which are all showing 0%.

Am i missing something ? If yes do let me know what can i do to see how clover works on my project.Any step wise approach for seeing how clover works would be appreciated?

Saurabh


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