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Re: [swtbot-dev] Measuring code coverage with SWTBot headless

Hi,

Perhaps you can have a look on http://www.eclemma.org/

Xavier Raynaud

On Thu, 1 Dec 2011 20:31:33 +0100, éä <mouzonherry@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi guys:
>                 I hope this is the right place to ask.
> 
> My question:
> 
>      Is there any documentation on how to do the test coverage with
SWTBot
>      headless?
> 
> I have:
>                   PDE Build system + SWTBot headless   to do build and
>                   test automation. It works.
> 
> My problem:
>                  I have Clover integrated with PDE Build system.
Currently
>                  I cannot get clover report from the execution of SWTBot
>                  headless.
> 
>                  However, it was a kick-start. Iâm still working on it.
> 
>
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Other
> suggestions:
> 
>                 Thereâs a problem with the ant script presented in
>                 screencast:
>                
http://download.eclipse.org/technology/swtbot/docs/videos/beginners/SWTBotHeadlessTestingForNovices/
> 
>                                                 <property name="os"
>                                                 value="win32"/>
>                                                 <property name="ws"
>                                                 value="win32"/> (in the
>                                                 screencast, it is:
>                                                 value=â${workspace}â, it
>                                                 doesnât work)
>                                                 <property name="arch"
>                                                 value="x86"/>
> 
>                 And, it would be better to notify user that the property
>                 names cannot be changed, such as:
>                                                                
<property
>                                                                
name="eclipse-home"
>                                                                 value="
"
>                                                                 />
>                                                                
<property
>                                                                
name="plugin-name"
>                                                                 value="
"
>                                                                 />
>                                                                
<property
>                                                                
name="test-classname"
>                                                                 value="
"
>                                                                 />
> 
> 
>                 Thatâs all.
> 
>                 You guys have made great work and SWTBot headless does
>                 solve my problem!
> 
> Regards
> Xing Yun