cannot get the coverage data

When I'm using clover to do a JUnit Test for a NotePad sample project, I got the result of the test case in the Test Run Explorer layer, but I cannot get any coverage result in the Coverage Explorer layer, PS: I did this all along the tutorial, but it still doesn't work out... >_<

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Hi George, did you click on the "Refresh" button in Coverage Explorer for both projects?

Yeah, i did. And what sucks is that if I test NotePad seperately by running as an Android Application, it works pretty good, but once with this test project, it's down...

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Did you have any differences in steps perfomed compared to tutorial? Things like:

  • different ADT / Eclipse / Java / OS version?
  • initstring value used for NotePad and NotePadTests?

Are you able to find coverage data files on the device (or emulator)? They are named like "clover.dbHHHHHHH_TTTTTTTTTT" and located in /data/data/application.name/...

Are you able to find the same coverage files on PC after clicking "Refresh" button (in the same directory where clover.db is located - see initstring).

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One more thing: what do you see in Error Log console when Clover logging is set to DEBUG (Clover-for-Android / Troubleshooting chapter)?

I tried to recheck it, but when I do it step by step according to the tutorial, it turned out to be like this, it happened right after I enabled the clover for android sample project NotePad, oh ,BTW, I tried the other projects, they work well without clover, so I think it must be something between Eclipse and Clover, I've tried this for several times, and it's just like a death trigger, whenever I press the button "Enable Clover", the Eclipse dies...and the errlog shows only one info as below

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Path is weird - it should rather be something like:
Setting classpath variable "CLOVER_RUNTIME" to "D:\Soft\Eclipse\eclipse-4.2-debug\plugins\com.cenqua.clover.runtime_3.1.7.v20120920000000\clover-runtime.jar"

But I never changed anything about it, the path was generated automatically, and if so, what should I do to fix it, will deleting the file in that path be of some help?

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Could you try to install Clover-for-Android on a fresh Eclipse installation? Did you use standard Eclipse for Java Developers version or some other bundle? Did you installit using "Help > Install New Software > Add ..." or by extracting zip into eclipse/dropins directory?

oh, it's the version of Eclipse, 3Q so much !~ ^_^

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