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Subject:[Issue 916] New - No coverage results were found / multiple modules
From:mkne...@dev.java.net (mkne@dev.java.net)
Date:Oct 12, 2007 6:14:53 am
List:net.java.dev.hudson.issues

https://hudson.dev.java.net/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=916 Issue #|916 Summary|No coverage results were found / multiple modules Component|hudson Version|current Platform|All OS/Version|All URL| Status|NEW Status whiteboard| Keywords| Resolution| Issue type|DEFECT Priority|P3 Subcomponent|cobertura Assigned to|stephenconnolly Reported by|mkneissl

------- Additional comments from mkne@dev.java.net Fri Oct 12 13:15:14 +0000
2007 ------- We have a build system based on ant and use parallel subproject directories. We use Hudson 1.146 and cobertura-plugin 0.8.2. This Hudson version starts the build from the first module checked out from CVS. We get No coverage results were found using the pattern '../*/target/reports/cobertura/xml/coverage.xml'. Did you generate the XML report(s) for Cobertura?

The coverage file is located at <subproject>/target/reports/cobertura/xml/coverage.xml

I could not think of any pattern for the cobertura plugin that would catch these coverage files, since the search starts at the umbrella project that is located parallel to the actual software projects.

Is this an incompatibility caused by a change in hudson itself?

Regards, Martin.