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Add Maven Mojo to perform offline instrumentation #64
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Dec 28, 2012
Version 0.6.2 which supports offline instrumentation is still in development, so things can dramatically change and that's why there is no public and official information on how to do this. But if you want to do some experiments with trunk, then discussion in #58 might be interesting for you.
@Godin I feel like we should add a warning like this to the offline goals (also for the Ant task). The problem is that people migrating from other tools will expect an instrumentation step and might actually use this without any reason.
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HI @Godin ,
this thread is a bit old now but your experiment with android helped me a lot to set up a unified code coverage for both robolectric and standard junit tests and get it displayed in a sonar dash board.
(see the Jacoco profile here : https://github.com/stephanenicolas/Quality-Tools-for-Android/blob/)
I have been dreaming about that for almost a year now. Thanks a lot for offline instrumentation via jacoco :)
Do you think it would be possible to give better names to the test suites inside the widget, and even to add more test suites ? For instance I would like to add UI testing (black box testing) or monkey testing.
you're right, I have been over enthusiastic about this :)
By widget, I meant the Sonar widget, so you're right again, that's not the
2013/3/24 Evgeny Mandrikov firstname.lastname@example.org
Is offline instrumentation supposed to work for android with latest release
is not working anymore with latest jacoco release. They only worked with