[ANN] Clover IntelliJ Plugin 0.6 released

The Clover Plugin for IntelliJ gives you measurement and viewing of source-level code coverage. Find out what your tests aren't testing!

More info on the Plugin can be found at
http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/CloverPlugin

A free evaluation download of the plugin is available at
http://www.thecortex.net/clover

New in this release:

8295 - Auto-Refresh of coverage data
8297 - Shows "coverage out of date" warning for files that have changed since the last coverage build.
8347 - Only compiles source files from source roots under the project dir
9182 - Support for multiple compilation output paths and compile to source dirs
9721 - Saves all files before compilation

Cheers,
-Brendan
http://www.thecortex.net/clover

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Has anybody used this plugin in idea yet? I suspect most people on this
group use the eap like me, so don't get the chance to try it out. I
tried going back to 3.x a few times just to give a try, but could never
get it work.

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We use its first version that came with clover 1.1. It is working great! Like you I just hate not having it on Aurora... Oh well life is a tradeoff ;)

Jacques

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i've used it. it is a pretty cool tool, just doesn't seem to work with eap builds

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Folks,

We are definitely aiming to support the EAP builds soon. I guess actions will speak louder than words :)

stay tuned.

Cheers,
-Brendan

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That's great news, Brendan!

Thanks

Jacques

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if we could just get jetbrains to finalize their open api this would be a lot easier

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On Mon, 25 Aug 2003 06:31:45 +0000, Brendan Humphreys wrote:

New in this release:


Does this work with Aurora yet?

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New in this release:


Does this work with Aurora yet?


Unfortunately no. That is our next priority, given the interest evident on this forum :)

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This is wonderful news, Brendan!
Any general time frame for it? (I have to be the typical user you know ;)

Jacques

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On Sat, 30 Aug 2003 03:52:53 +0000, Jacques Morel wrote:

This is wonderful news, Brendan!
Any general time frame for it? (I have to be the typical user you know ;)


Does anyone know if the Ant based version can be used -without- me having
to put clover.jar into ANT_HOME/lib - don't really want to have to do that
on every machine a project builds on....

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Mark,

see my post on the Clover forums
http://www.thecortex.net/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=117&tstart=0

The short answer is that the only way to avoid putting clover.jar into ANT_HOME/lib is to ensure it is in the system classpath before Ant is invoked.

Cheers,
-Brendan

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This is wonderful news, Brendan!
Any general time frame for it? (I have to be the
typical user you know ;)


:)

I'm going to try to get something out the door in the next week or so.

Regards,
-Brendan

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