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Cobertura is a Java tool that calculates the percentage of code accessed by tests. It can be used to identify which parts of your Java program are lacking test coverage. It is based on jcoverage.

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  •  06 Jun 2007 07:33

    Release Notes: Branch/conditional coverage is greatly improved. A "maxmemory" attribute was added to the ant tasks. Support for Maven and similar environments was improved. Various bugs were fixed.

    •  10 Apr 2006 19:38

      Release Notes: New features include showing the total number of lines and branches in the HTML report, support for Groovy, allowing multiple JVMs to cleanly write to the same data file, and more robust instrumentation of archives (including archives inside of archives).

      •  06 Dec 2005 15:17

        Release Notes: The merge task was fixed. Changes that allow Cobertura to work alongside AspectJ were also made. A possible bug when using instrumented classes in Tomcat was fixed.

        •  22 Aug 2005 18:10

          Release Notes: The instrumenting and reporting tasks now both support using multiple filesets to specify classes and source code, respectively. There were also a few minor bugfixes.

          •  05 Aug 2005 20:20

            Release Notes: You can now instrument classes inside of a jar, war, ear, etc. The "cobertura-check" Ant task has been greatly improved. The "cobertura-merge" task and various other bugs have been fixed.


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