Did you ever use a coverage tool that was expensive, difficult to configure
or had only some very indirect way of feedback? Those are tools for
managers, not for developers.
If you are a developer and know what I mean, you might just be right with
Coverlipse at a glance
Coverlipse is an Eclipse plugin that visualizes the code coverage of JUnit
It is unique for it integrates seamlessly in Eclipse. The coverage
results are given directly after a JUnit run. This makes it the perfect tool
for developers to recognize their tests fullfil their task.
Its features are:
- All Uses Coverage
- Block Coverage (also known as Statement Coverage)
- Branch Coverage (Not so soon to come)
- Just one test run is needed for evaluation of all coverage criterias
- No configuration methods to learn - the configuration is done the same
way as normal JUnit runs in Eclipse.
- Easy way to include/exclude packages from the test
- Direct feedback in the Eclipse Java Editor
- Explanation of the results in specialized views
Feel this might be your tool? Check out the screenshot section then, or just download coverlipse.
02-14-2009: Release of version 0.9.6. This version works with Eclipse
3.4. A lot of changes underneath the surface, non to the user experience :) (Changelog).
07-01-2006: Release of version 0.9.5.2. This version works with Eclipse
3.2. No other changes are included.
04-06-2006: Release of version 0.9.5.1. This version contains new icons and
looks better, especially on windows machines. Some speedup was done in the
afterwork of a test and some bugs are fixed.
12-07-2005: Release of version 0.9.5. This version comes with results export
to XML and huge changes in the internal threading strategy. These make the GUI
more robust and the marker handling fast.
10-22-2005: Release of version 0.9.4.1. This is a bugfix release. Most
important changes are "unknown coverage" for blocks where exceptions occured
and correction of the update site link.
10-13-2005: Release of version 0.9.4. This version contains a few new icons,
features and bugfixes. It's the first that can be installed via an update
09-06-2005: Release of version 0.9.3.2. This is a feature release containing
basic statistics and a quick filter for the class view.
08-20-2005: Release of version 0.9.3.1 containing bugfixes. Among others,
failures with launch targets were corrected.
07-26-2005: Release of version 0.9.3 containing configurable filters and
07-07-2005: Release of version 0.9.2 containing bugfixes, quick launch
targets, reworked MarkerView and minor enhancements.
06-16-2005: Release of version 0.9.1 containing bugfixes, improved
usability and support for Eclipse 3.1.
06-10-2005: First public release of Coverlipse in version 0.9.0.
Last updated 2009-02-14 18:32:08 by Matthias Kempka