Open Source Tools: Reports – Coverage

Measuring code coverage is a good way to figure out if a project has a healthy codebase or not. There is no magic number for coverage, as with many things it software the right answer depends on the context; this being said some projects strive for the perfect 100% and will relentlessly pursue that goal, no matter what. There are a handful of projects in the Java space that can calculate the coveted number: Cobertura, JaCoCo, and OpenClover. Of the three I’d say JaCoCo is the one I use most for the following reasons: JaCoCo delivers better branch coverage statistics Read More

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