Originally reported bybarnash NA (Bitbucket: barnash, GitHub: barnash)
The xml which is produced by the //coverage xml// command
doesn't produce the sources element.
This disturbs me when I run //coverage xml// in Hudson and the coverage.xml file is not located in the workspace directory, causing the filenames to appear in a relative location - not to the workspace directory.
To solve the issue I needed to produce the coverage report from the workspace directory.
Checking out the Cobertura project and running the example, I saw that there is a special element called: "sources" that has the directory of the source files.
I think that //coverage xml// should get b basedir or something and produce the sources element accordingly, just like Cobertura does.
If an earlier connection attempt succeeds, it should signal that the other attempts should be cancelled. This patch makes the first successful attempt cancel the entire scope immediately to achieve that effect.