I did the following:
I do not see coverage. I can confirm that no file is created in the .clover directory.
In order to get coverage, I have to change the Flush Policy. It doesn't matter what I change it to -- I just have to change it, then rebuild when prompted. When I do that, coverage shows up.
Then once I have coverage that shows up, when I click (disable) the "Toggle build with Clover" button, it is still compiling with instrumented code. So I get this compilation error in every instrumented class:
Error:(121, 2835) java: package com_atlassian_clover does not exist
The only way to get rid of this error is to change the Flush Policy (doesn't matter to what, I just have to change it). Incidentally, when I do this, I still see red/green/gray code highlights and gutter marks, even though the code is not instrumented.
FWIW, my settings are:
Preferences -> Clover (project settings)
Check "Enable Clover"
InitString --> Automatic
Flush Policy --> (doesn't matter)
Check "Instrument test source folders..."
Instrument lambda functions --> none
Rebuild Policy --> Ask
Refresh policy --> Manual
General --> Check "Show source highllights"
Per-test Coverage Data --> Check "Load per-test coverage data..."
Preferences -> Build, Execution, Deployment -> Compiler
Uncheck "Compile independent modules in parallel"
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