We are evaluating Clover 4.1.1 with default settings for measuring integration test coverage in Grails 2.5.3. We observe that in some cases, lines that are clearly covered by tests are neither marked in green (covered) nor in red (not covered) but have no coloring (see attachment). Do you have any explanation for this behaviour? Is this a bug in Clover or are we doing anything wrong?
Clover 4.1.1 was tested against Grails 2.5.0 (and older) and Groovy 2.4.3 (and older).
Could you tell what Groovy version do you use?
I suspect this is a software bug (that groovyc changed it's abstract syntax tree structure and Clover does not handle some nodes).
I found that in Grails 2.5.1 the Groovy version was bumped to 2.4.4 (see https://github.com/grails/grails-core/issues/9079).
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