Clover XML Schema

Where can I find XML Schema for Clover?

I currently have the following converted from gcov:

<clover generated="1342084368.29">
<project name="tool-chain-tests">
<package name="cxx">
<file name="cxx/tests/animal.cpp">
<line num="62" count="4" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="64" count="2" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="65" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="66" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="67" count="2" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="88" count="2" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="97" count="2" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="98" count="2" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="99" count="2" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="100" count="2" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="109" count="2" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="110" count="2" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="111" count="2" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="120" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="121" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="122" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="131" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="132" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="133" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="134" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="135" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="142" count="3" type="stmt"></line>
</file>
<file name="cxx/tests/main.cpp">
<line num="49" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="51" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="54" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="55" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="58" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="59" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="62" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="63" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="64" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="67" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="68" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="69" count="0" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="73" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="74" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="75" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="76" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="77" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="83" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="85" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="86" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="87" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="88" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="89" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="95" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="97" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="98" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="99" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="100" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="101" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="104" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="107" count="1" type="stmt"></line>
<line num="108" count="3" type="stmt"></line>
</file>
</package>
</project>
</clover>

But it doesn't work in Bamboo:

Failed to execute plugin 'Clover Results Collector' with error: null

2 answers

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1 votes

Hi Matt,

An error mentioned by you:

Failed to execute plugin 'Clover Results Collector'with error: null
is caused by invalid XML file format. In order to parse it correctly by 'Clover Results Collector' you must provide at least metrics at the project level. For example:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<coverage generated="1336638030827" clover="3.1.5">
  <project timestamp="1336638027763">
    <metrics classes="0" files="1" packages="1" 
       loc="1000" ncloc="800" 
       coveredstatements="300" statements="500" 
       coveredmethods="50" methods="80"
       coveredconditionals="100" conditionals="120"  
       coveredelements="900" elements="1000"
       complexity="0" />
  </project>
</coverage>

Thanks, Marek - that is a great help. I haven't had time to look over the clover.xsd yet - been fighting fires with the Bamboo 4.1 upgrade!

This will help me along greatly!

All fixed and integrated with Bamboo

0 votes

Hi Matt,

1) You can find Clover schema in Clover-for Ant (clover-ant-X.X.X.zip) zip file under /etc/clover.xsd.

2) Please note that Clover is not available on OnDemand. See FAQ entry on confluence and post on answers.atlassian.com.

Regards
Marek

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