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Multiproject test Coverage [message #39797] Tue, 08 November 2005 16:17 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: azachar.simpleway.cz

Hi,
id like to know how could i measure a test coverage of the code for
multipleprojects together?

My problem is that, we develop an eclipse plugin feature, which consist
of multiple eclipse plugin projects and i can not find a suitable tool,
that can count coverage for all particulars project like one project.

it is not valid to measure test coverage indepently.

Thanks for any advices.


btw. the solution can be also in maven.
Re: Multiproject test Coverage [message #39828 is a reply to message #39797] Wed, 09 November 2005 10:48 Go to previous message
Paul Slauenwhite is currently offline Paul Slauenwhite
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Hi,
TPTP's profiling tools provide method level code coverage. With your
plugins in the workspace of the workbench, you can self-host an instance of
the workbench in profiling mode to see the method level code coverage of
your specific plugins. As such, you need to specify the Code Coverage
profiling set and modify the filtering rules to only provide code coverage
data fro your specific plugins. For more information, see:

Help >> Help Contents >> Monitoring and analyzing performance >> Monitoring
and analyzing application performance >> Profiling an application >>
Launching or attaching to a process for profiling

Paul

"Ing. Andrej Zachar" <azachar@simpleway.cz> wrote in message
news:dkr4l8$nqk$1@news.eclipse.org...
> Hi,
> id like to know how could i measure a test coverage of the code for
> multipleprojects together?
>
> My problem is that, we develop an eclipse plugin feature, which consist
> of multiple eclipse plugin projects and i can not find a suitable tool,
> that can count coverage for all particulars project like one project.
>
> it is not valid to measure test coverage indepently.
>
> Thanks for any advices.
>
>
> btw. the solution can be also in maven.
>
>
>
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