clover 4 with gradle

I am using the build.gradle provided by you . The issue I am facing is that the source files are not being picked up. The clover directory is not getting created and hence the report is not getting generated.  The command I am using is ./gradlew clean test cloverInstr cloverReport. 

Could you please help me . My project structure is:

Root Project
     A (child)
     B (child)
     C (child)
apply plugin: 'java'
apply plugin: 'maven'


repositories {
  jcenter()
  maven {
    url "Our internal repo"
  }
}

dependencies {
  testCompile 'junit:junit:4.12'
}

buildscript {
  repositories {
    jcenter()
    // mavenCentral()
    //mavenLocal()
    maven {
      url "our internal repo"
    }
  }
  dependencies {
    classpath 'com.atlassian.clover:clover:4.1.1'
  }
}

sourceSets {
  clover {
    java {
      srcDir "$buildDir/sources-instr"
    }
  }
}


dependencies {
  cloverCompile 'com.atlassian.clover:clover:4.1.1'
}

configurations {
  cloverRuntime
  cloverRuntime.extendsFrom cloverCompile
}

task cloverInstr() {
  inputs.files sourceSets.main.allJava
  println "The source set is"
  println "${sourceSets.main}"
  outputs.dir "$buildDir/sources-instr"
  doFirst {
    def argsList = ["--initstring", "${buildDir}/clover/clover.db",
"-d", "${buildDir}/sources-instr"]
    argsList.addAll(inputs.files.files.collect({ file ->
      file.absolutePath
      println "In doFirts"
    }))
    String[] args = argsList.toArray()
    println "the args list is"
    println "${args}"
    com.atlassian.clover.CloverInstr.mainImpl(args)
  }
}

cloverClasses.dependsOn cloverInstr


test {
  def cloverClasspath = configurations.testRuntime + configurations.cloverRuntime + sourceSets.test.output + sourceSets.clover.output
  classpath = cloverClasspath
}

allprojects {
  task cloverReport {
    inputs.dir "${buildDir}/clover"
    outputs.dir "${reportsDir}/clover"
    onlyIf {
      file("${buildDir}/clover/clover.db").exists()
    }
    doFirst {
      def argsList = ["--initstring", "${buildDir}/clover/clover.db",
"-o", "${reportsDir}/clover"]
      String[] args = argsList.toArray()
      com.atlassian.clover.reporters.html.HtmlReporter.runReport(args)
    }
  }
}

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Hi, you should do the source instrumentation before testing it. I think the implicit dependencies between outputs of cloverInstr and inputs of test should handle it, but potentially they don't

I would try running 

./gradlew clean cloverInstr test cloverReport

 

Hi Grzegorz 

Thanks for your response. I ve been trying with 

./gradlew clean cloverInstr test cloverReport 

The clover.db is created and the instrumentation is done. 

The issue that Im facing now is compilation fails for the files at source-instr files. The failure is due to the packages missing , like the import statements are not fetching the packages in the source-instr folder. 

test {

def cloverClasspath = configurations.testRuntime + configurations.cloverRuntime + sourceSets.test.output + sourceSets.clover.output
classpath = cloverClasspath

}

 

Is there a way to to add the source-instr to the classpath 

 

I guess none of the main sources dependencies are picked up when you try to compile Clover sources set.  So when Gradle compiles cloverSourceSet, it takes cloverCompile configuration.

And as far I can see, you don't configure any dependencies on that configuration. I think you're missing the following code snippet:

configurations {

cloverCompile.extendsFrom compile

}

 

Thankyou!! ...that worked smile

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