Does HtmlReporter --sourcepath take multiple sourcepaths?

I tried the semicolon-separated sourcepaths based on your previous reply on https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/251117, but it doesn't seem working. Could you please verify that?

Thanks,

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Yes, of course, it supports multiple source paths. In my comment posted here I had a spelling mistake (quotes were missing for -p; I just updated it).

Please check if you put your source paths in quotes, otherwise a semicolon between paths will be treated as a separator of a unix command. 

Correct (Windows):

java ... HtmlReporter --sourcepath "path1;path2;path3"

Correct (Linux):

java ... HtmlReporter --sourcepath "path1:path2:path3"

Wrong (on Linux the ';' will separate a command):

java ... HtmlReporter --sourcepath path1;path2;path3

 

I have tried HtmlReporter --sourcepath "path1" and HtmlReporter --sourcepath "path2", and both worked. But HtmlReporter --sourcepath "path1;path2" didn't.

 

I reviewed the source code of com/atlassian/clover/reporters/CommandLineArgProcessors.java. It doesn't seem taking semicolon-separated paths.

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cfg.setSourcepath(new Path(args[++i]));

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I'm using clover-4.0.6.jar.

Could you please check?

Thanks,

Path.java:

/**
 * Constructs a chain of paths from <pre>osPathString</pre> using a default platform path separator
 * (i.e. the File.pathSeparator value). All file separators within a path are being normalized to
 * have unix-style endings.
 * @see #Path(String, String)
 */
public Path(String osPathString) {
    this(osPathString, File.pathSeparator);
}

/**
 * Constructs a chain of paths from <pre>osPathString</pre> using a specified <pre>pathSep</pre>
 * path separator. All file separators within a path are being normalized to have unix-style endings.
 *
 * Example:
 * <pre>
 *    new Path("/my/path1:\my\path2", ":")
 * will internally keep
 *      /my/path1
 *      /my/path2
 * </pre>
 */
public Path(String osPathString, String pathSep) {
    for (StringTokenizer pt = new StringTokenizer(osPathString, pathSep); pt.hasMoreTokens();) {
        elements.add(FileUtils.getNormalizedPath(pt.nextToken()));
    }
}

 

Did you use a proper path separator? On Windows it is ';', on Linux it is ':'.


This is it. Colon ':' works.

HtmlReporter --sourcepath "path1:path2"

Thanks!

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