I have a multi module project. I am using Clover to generate reports and to find out the code coverage. I have my test in ModuleA which has a dependency on ModuleB. I am using this command to generate the reports:
mvn clean compile clover:instrument clover:aggregate clover:clover -P all
All the tests run fine but when I check the code coverage in ModuleB it's zero and the coverage has been reported only for classes inside ModuleA. Am I missing something here?
This is the config in root pom.
mvn clean clover:instrument clover:aggregate clover:clover -P all
mvn clean clover:setup verify clover:aggregate clover:clover -P all
I suspect that calling 'compile' and next 'instrument' caused that Clover forked a parallel build cycle in which it took a non-instrumented jar from the second module. But I'd have to see build logs to be sure.
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