Clover coverage on Java instrumented classes

Can Clover get coverage on the instrumented classes created using GWT?

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Yes, but it has some limitations. Due to the nature of GWT which translates Java to JavaScript for code parts which are supposed to run in a web browser, such code parts if instrumented by Clover won't translate.

It means that you have to:

  • either instrument server side code only
  • or instrument everything but run application in a framework simulating GWT (like gwt-test-utils).

See: Using+Clover+with+the+GWT-maven+plugin

Cheers
Marek

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