I am currently using the clover gradle plugin, and I have enabled test optimization. It analyzes the files and recognizes that no source code that the test cases cover changed. despite that, all the tests still run. Am I missing something?
Hello, I don't know Gradle plugin, Clover had never official support for Gradle but here's official overview of test optimization feature: https://confluence.atlassian.com/clover/about-test-optimization-169119919.html
So I believe I got it to work now. There were redudancies in my include.\
The problem that I am having now is that I have a very large codebase, and it's trying to re-instrument and recompile every single source file, even though only one file has changed, which is a huge overhead with the run time. As per the documentation you provided, "...Clover re-instruments either only the modified source files or all source files (depending on how Clover is invoked)..."
Can you potentially explain that in a bit more detail? Currently I am using the Ant javac after running <clover-setup> to create the instrumented code.
Also, although I am using the gradle plugin, at its core, it's just a wrapper for Clover-for-Ant.
Thank you in advance.
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