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From "Rui Hu" <roberthu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [classlib] Code coverage
Date Fri, 24 Aug 2007 10:01:40 GMT
I've uploaded the new reports in the HARMONY-4665 and delete the old ones.
There're 4 new reports:
1.  hy5-all-api-r566713.tar.gz and hy6-all-api-r566010.tar.gz are the
replacements of old reports in http://people.apache.org/~tellison/emma/,
I've fixed some problem about security module to show coverage of security
module correctly. (We can see that old report in
http://people.apache.org/~tellison/emma/ have incorrect low coverage rate in
security module, and now we can replace them with the 2 new reports)
2. hy5-hyonly-api-r566010.tar.gz and hy6-hyonly-api-r566010.tar.gz are the
reports same as the two report above, but without the JMX, ORB, etc things
that we get from elsewhere. (just as Tim's suggestion before). I've excluded
classes of JMX, ORB, XML in these "hy-only-api" reports.

2007/8/22, Tim Ellison <t.p.ellison@gmail.com>:
> Rui Hu wrote:
> > I've shared the coverage report in HARMONY-4665. Anyone can download it
> to
> > see the coverage details. Thanks.
> > The customized EMMA and usage will be shared later.
> Thanks Robert.  I have uploaded your reports here temporarily so people
> can see them easily:
>     http://people.apache.org/~tellison/emma/
> The obvious things that jump out are:
> - big blocks of 0% coverage where we have dependencies from other
>    projects, that are already tested, e.g. XML and ORB.
> - some areas are amazingly high, over 90% block coverage! e.g. NIO,
>    Logging, JNDI.
> - a few areas that could do with a boost, e.g. RMI
> Overall very impressive though.  I wonder what the summary numbers would
> be without the JMX, ORB, etc things that we get from elsewhere.
> Regards,
> Tim

Robert Hu
China Software Development Lab, IBM

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