Thursday, September 27, 2012

Re: Need a tool to find out client side coverage .

For what it is worth, Maven 2.2.1 with the stock Emma plugin (version 1.0-alpha-3) works just fine with gwt-maven-plugin:test. There are certainly issues with Maven 3, but as we run test coverage outside of our normal nightly builds, we drop to Maven 2 for coverage details.

With the gwt:test goal bound to the test phase, we just run `mvn emma:emma` and get a nice html report (as well as the .ec and .em files). I've been using this strategy since at least GWT 2.2, and it works up to and including GWT 2.5.0-rc1.


On Wednesday, September 26, 2012 8:14:51 AM UTC-5, Joseph Lust wrote:

Indeed, it is old. It still works however, and GWT Coverage is more important to me than moving to v2.1. When getting my whole team to use it, this is easier than asking folks to explode/repackage the jars as the official GWT fix requires. I've looked at the patch on the Google site, but the code it patches/namespaces are now totally different. On asking the Emma team to merge the old fix, hoping they'd have the expertise, they responded with "wont-fix". So, if anyone is bored, and familiar with Jacoco, I'll trade you a beer for a patch. :)


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