in the latests version of clover (4.0.4) for eclipse i can't figure out how to get junit4 unittests written in groovy to show up in Test Run Explorer or Test Contributions. Is this a known issue or i'm missing something?
i do have the groovy junit4 tests instrumented by changing the "Source Files" and "Test Classes" properties to include **/*.groovy for sources and **/*Test.groovy,**/Test*.groovy for tests. i can also see the instrumented marker next to the groovy classes in Package Explorer
Groovy compilation is not supported in IDE integrations (Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA), so it's not possible to see Groovy classes or tests in Clover views. Groovy support is only available in build automation tools integration like
It's possible however to see Groovy code coverage in
Coverage Explorer view (and only there) after integration project with
Grails, instrumenting the code by it and then specifying generated in such way
clover.db in the Eclipse settings window.
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