Can I set a Non standard Directory to instrument?

My project is setup with a src/it/java, src/main/java, and src/test/java.

How would I set it up to instrument the src/it/java? I know the other two are default.

I tried the <includes><include>**/*.java</include></includes> but it still doesn't not instrument it but the default.

I even tried it with ${project.basedir}/**/*.java and even the straight path to the code that I wanted instrumented but that doesn't work.

Thank!

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A little more info. This is Clover with the Maven Plugin.

Thanks!

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I guess that you were trying to use <includes> option for the maven-clover2-plugin. The <includes> for maven-clover2-plugin defines which sources shall be instrumented during compilation.

If you want to define which sources have to be compiled, then you have to pass this information for maven-compiler-plugin. You can either:

  • use <include> parameter in maven-compiler-plugin configuration or
  • add extra source folders using maven-build-helper plugin.

See: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/270445/maven-compile-with-multiple-src-directories

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