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From "Rui Hu" <roberthu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [build test] Integrate Emma into BTI 2.0 to get code coverage report
Date Mon, 10 Sep 2007 07:00:23 GMT
Thanks Sean, for your great idea.

Code coverage is very useful and helpful for our project, especially JCK is
not available now. We can see the latest report[1] to check the result. For
some modules, there's really some space to improve.

But there's also a challenge about emma on Harmony, which recorded in
harmony wiki[2] by me. The wiki page[2] also records my current solution and
details of it. Hope we can improve it together.


2007/9/10, Sean Qiu <sean.xx.qiu@gmail.com>:
> Hi, guys
> Shall we integrate the emma into our BTI 2.0 to get the test coverage
> report?
> AFAIK, Robert has spent a number of time on using our unit test to emma
> coverage report.
> Maybe we can generate the coverage from the BTI test besides our unit
> test.
> IMHO, we can maintain a individual target as the "run-cc" target in
> script/main.xml, like "run-coverage" or something else.
> It will set up its requisite like an instrumented jre to run the test.
> Before running the test, we need to add <jvmarg
> value="-Xbootclasspath/p:${instrumented-classlib}"> for each adaptor's
> tested jvm task.
> Finally, the "run-coverage" command call each adaptor as normal except
> assigning the ${instrumented-classlib} to the instrumented classlib jars.
> The generated report can be placed to build/coverage-report or some more
> proper places.
> I think this approach can extend the BTI 2.0 without too many
> modifications.
> Are there any comments about this?  Or any other approach? Any suggestion
> is
> welcomed.
> --
> Sean Qiu
> China Software Development Lab, IBM

Robert Hu
China Software Development Lab, IBM

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