Are you saying that you have a module with no production code, but all of the tests for the other modules? Why would you want to do that? Any time you depart from normal conventions, you make it that much harder to use the tools which are based on those conventions.
On Sep 17, 2012, at 7:41 AM, Gourab Dash wrote:
I want to run the cobertura like below
1àinstrument the code
2àrun junit test on a particular module
3àGenerate code coverage report
Now problem is my junit-test java files are under one separate module .
Lets say module x.
And it contains all the junit-test java files.
And no other module contains any test-cases.
I want to run this cobertura plugin towards the end of my build when my jar is already created.
Please suggest me how can I achieve this scenario using this plugin.