Originally reported byJohn Vandenberg (Bitbucket: jayvdb, GitHub: jayvdb)
If combine is run twice, it replaces the coverage data with an empty coverage file, rather silently.
This can happen when two coverage related tools are used consecutively, and both think they are able to (and should) run coverage combine before analysing the coverage data. Both tools will execute without error, but the second tool be analysing empty coverage data.
On the first coverage combine run, the multiple partial coverage files are merged into one coverage file (and the partial coverage files removed)
On the second coverage combine run, there are no partial coverage files, so a single empty coverage file is created, as of v4.2.