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Marc started the EclEmma project in 2006 and authored the initial releases. In
- 2009 he also started the <a href="jacoco/index.html">JaCoCo project</a> to
+ 2009 he also started the <a href="">JaCoCo project</a> to
create a modern code coverage backend for EclEmma and other tools. Marc is
CTO at <a class="extern" href="">mtrail</a> in
@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ <h2>Architecture</h2>
paradigms; adopt the Eclipse look &amp; feel.</li>
<li>The primary focus are local launches and interactive coverage analysis
within the Eclipse workbench. For automated builds and report generation
- JaCoCo's various <a href="">integrations</a>
+ JaCoCo's various <a href="">integrations</a>
with build tools like Ant and Maven are the better choice.</li>
<li>No project modification: Coverage analysis is a way to look at your
projects, but it is not an inherent part of your projects. Therefore a coverage
@@ -19,8 +19,9 @@ <h1>EclEmma 2.0 Position Paper</h1>
release in 2006 EclEmma became a popular addition to the Eclipse Java IDE. As
EMMA maintenance has stopped some years ago and we wanted to see functional
enhancements like branch coverage for EclEmma we started a completely new
- code coverage backend called <a href="../jacoco/index.html">JaCoCo</a> under
- the umbrella of the EclEmma project. The purpose of this paper is to setup
+ code coverage backend called
+ <a href="">JaCoCo</a> under the
+ umbrella of the EclEmma project. The purpose of this paper is to setup
expectations for the EclEmma/JaCoCo user community and serve as a guide line
for technical decisions. The first release fully backed by JaCoCo is
"EclEmma 2.0".</b></i>
@@ -40,7 +41,7 @@ <h2>Starting Point and Maxims</h2>
2009. The aim of the <a href="../jacoco/index.html">JaCoCo Project</a> is
<i>providing a lightweight, flexible and well documented library for
integration with various build and development tools</i>, see this
- <a href="">mission statement</a>
+ <a href="">mission statement</a>
for details. In the meantime JaCoCo is fully functional and has been adopted
by several projects. For example the Eclipse platform integration builds are
analyzed using the JaCoCo Ant tasks. Many open source as well as commercial
@@ -268,15 +269,15 @@ <h2>References</h2>
JaCoCo - Java Code Coverage Library, Marc R. Hoffmann et al., 2011<br/>
- <a href="../jacoco/index.html"></a>
+ <a href=""></a>
Eclipse Marketplace, Eclipse Foundation, 2011<br/>
<a class="extern" href=""></a>
JaCoCo Mission Statement, Marc R. Hoffmann, 2010<br/>
- <a class="extern" href=""></a>
+ <a class="extern" href=""></a>
JaCoCo Sonar Plugin, Evgeny Mandrikov et al., 2011<br/>
@@ -33,12 +33,13 @@ <h1>Overview</h1>
Since version 2.0 EclEmma is based on the
- <a href="">JaCoCo</a> code
+ <a href="">JaCoCo</a> code
coverage library. The Eclipse integration has its focus on supporting the
individual developer in an highly interactive way. For automated builds please
- refer to <a href="">JaCoCo
+ refer to <a href="">JaCoCo
documentation</a> for
- <a href="">integrations with other tools</a>.
+ <a href="">integrations
+ with other tools</a>.
@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ <h1>Installation of EclEmma 1.x</h1>
functional enhancements are planned for it. If you have specific requirements
currently only fulfilled by the EMMA version of EclEmma please
<a href="support.html">request</a> this functionality for the new
- <a href="jacoco/index.html">JaCoCo</a> backend.
+ <a href="">JaCoCo</a> backend.
@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ <h1>Instrumenting OSGi Bundles Through Equinox Adaptor Hooks</h1>
<p class="warn">
This paper describes a technique how to integrate the EMMA code coverage
library into OSGi/Equinox applications. Please also consider our new code
- coverage library <a href="../../jacoco/index.html">JaCoCo</a> which
+ coverage library <a href="">JaCoCo</a> which
greatly simplifies the integration as it provides on-the-fly coverage data
recording for any Java application (including OSGi frameworks).
@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@
<a href=""><img src="${rellink('images/award.jpg')}" width="144" height="120" alt="Eclipse Community Award 2008" style="border:0px solid black"/></a>
<div style="text-align:center;margin-top:10pt;">
- <a href="${rellink('jacoco/index.html')}"><img src="${rellink('images/jacoco.png')}" height="62" width="140" alt="JaCoCo" style="border:0px solid black"/></a>
+ <a href=""><img src="${rellink('images/jacoco.png')}" height="62" width="140" alt="JaCoCo" style="border:0px solid black"/></a>
<div style="text-align:center;margin-top:10pt;">
<a href=""><img src="${rellink('images/sonarqube.png')}" height="40" width="140" alt="Inspected with sonarqube" style="border:0px solid black"/></a>
@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@
<table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0" style="width:100%;">
- <td class="footer"><a href="${rellink('license.html')}">Copyright</a> &copy; 2006, 2016 Mountainminds GmbH &amp; Co. KG and Contributors</td>
+ <td class="footer"><a href="${rellink('license.html')}">Copyright</a> &copy; 2006, 2017 Mountainminds GmbH &amp; Co. KG and Contributors</td>
<td class="footer" style="text-align:right;">
<a href="${path}">XHTML</a>/<a

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