I have instrumented a sample java program in windows, using clover-ant and was able to get the coverage info when running the .jar file using commandline.
Query : How to run an instrumented build in Linux.
Plan A : I tried using the same build which we instrumented in windows and tried runnning the same in linux environment by using the same clover.jar and same coverage.db file. (This didnt work out because the clover.jar path in windows cant be matched to any similar path in linux, similarly the same issue with initstring)
Plan B : Installed ant in the linux environment, copied the same java project in to linux machine, modified the build.xml to the expected paths of clover.jar present in the linux machine. When trying to run the .jar file I am seeing the below error :
/home/sv186037/Desktop/code_coverage/CloverInstrumentBuild/build/jar/CIB.jar: line 1: $'PK\003\004': command not found
/home/sv186037/Desktop/code_coverage/CloverInstrumentBuild/build/jar/CIB.jar: line 2: $'\bS#\261J': command not found
/home/sv186037/Desktop/code_coverage/CloverInstrumentBuild/build/jar/CIB.jar: line 3: syntax error near unexpected token `)'
/home/sv186037/Desktop/code_coverage/CloverInstrumentBuild/build/jar/CIB.jar: line 3:R#�J�C8�s�META-INF/MANIFEST.MFM�1�0
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