Clover DB - tracking name/path of instrumented source files

Hi guys,

I have a few questions and this is the first one :)

AFAIK, the clover database stores absolute paths of each file that's been instrumented. And when I try to generate a report having no access to the source files, I get a number of exceptions basically saying that clover cannot find the file specified. Please see the a sample below...


[clover-report] E:/workspace/.../.../.../*.java (No such file or directory)




The error message clearly tells that the instrumentation was carried out on a Windows machine. My question is whether it's possible to have clover to store relative paths to the source files?

This would help to point to sources manually in <clover-report> as Marek has suggested, no matter whether you're on a Windows or a Linux machine.

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Just wanted to add that despite the exceptions the report gets generated, though you can't see the actual source code, just the signatures of the methods, etc...

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