I have several cases where I need to use my instrumented jar to be ran without triggering the Clover functionality, and thus avoiding the need to have Clover on the runtime classpath. I am running these cases from Ant.
Is there a system property that can be flagged for this purpose?
An example of this use case if the GWT compile which we run using <java> in Ant, the runtime is detecting clover and looking for the Clover jar but it makse no sense to be running Clover in the gwtc process.
Please have a look at manual showing how to use Clover with Google Web Toolkit: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CLOVER/Using+Clover+with+the+GWT-maven+plugin
A manual is for Maven, but for Ant it would be similar, i.e. you have to specify which of your sources contain server-side code and instrument only them - it can be specified in nested <fileset> tag in <clover-setup>. See https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CLOVER/clover-setup#clover-setup-Fileset.
Please note that Clover instrumentation statements are being added to source code and such code is next compiled into classes. As a consequence, it's not possible to omit clover.jar in classpath at runtime.
However, we're currently thinking about adding a feature which would make possibile to disable wrinting coverage data at runtime - CLOV-1119 - feel free to vote on it.
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