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From David Turley <syn...@synath.com>
Subject Re: More coverage issues
Date Thu, 25 Aug 2005 17:29:59 GMT
Yeah, it doesn't work.  It was worth a try though, right?

David Turley wrote:

> Yeah, I saw it too.  I haven't tried it, but I don't think it would 
> work anyway.  My cobertura.ser file goes empty before the report task 
> is even called, so having it sleep for a while wouldn't change that.  
> It goes empty right after Tomcat shuts down.  But I'll give it a try 
> for kicks and giggles and let you know in a few minutes.
>
> --David Turley
>
> Bret Kumler wrote:
>
>> I have the same problem as you.
>>
>> I noticed on the cobertura mailing list there's mention of the EOF and
>> they say to try a sleep call before the report call.
>>
>> Have you tried it?
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: David Turley [mailto:synath@synath.com] Sent: Thursday, August 
>> 25, 2005 8:08 AM
>> To: Cactus Users List
>> Subject: More coverage issues
>>
>> I took Bret Kumler's suggestion and got Cobertura.  I'm having a bit 
>> of a problem with it though.  I don't think cobertura is dumping the 
>> coverage information soon enough after running the cactus tests.  The 
>> tests run and then Tomcat starts shutting down and then I get the 
>> following error:
>>
>> [cactus] INFO: Illegal access: this web application instance has been 
>> stopped already (the eventual following stack trace is caused by an 
>> error thrown for debugging purposes as well as to attempt to 
>> terminate the thread which caused the illegal access, and has no 
>> functional
>> impact)
>>
>> When I get that error, my cobertura.ser file is suddenly empty and 
>> the report fails with an EOFException.
>>
>> Anyone have any thoughts on how to fix this?  Apparently the coverage 
>> information isn't dumped until the JVM exits.  Is there a way to have 
>> the tests run on a different fork than the container control part of the
>>
>> task?
>>
>> In case anyone cares to see it, here's part of my build.xml:
>>
>>    <target name="cactus">
>>        <cactus warfile="${dist.home}/${app.name}.war" fork="yes"
>>              failureproperty="test.failed">
>>            <classpath>
>>                <path refid="cactus.classpath"/>
>>                       <fileset dir="${lib.dir}">
>>                        <include name="struts.jar"/>
>>                    </fileset>
>>                 </classpath>
>>            <classpath location="${build.instrumented-classes.dir}"/>
>>            <classpath location="${build.classes.dir}"/>
>>            <classpath location="${cactus.test.classes.dir}"/>
>>            <sysproperty key="net.sourceforge.cobertura.datafile"
>>                    file="${cactus.test.classes.dir}/cobertura.ser" 
>> />                                        <!--<cactusproperty 
>> server="false"
>>                     propertiesFile="logging.properties"/>
>>                <cactusproperty server="true"
>>                       propertiesFile="logging.properties"/>-->
>>            <containerset timeout="180000">
>>                <!-- cactus automatically uses the system temp directory
>>                     for a temporary tomcat installation.  The directory
>>                     is as follows: env.TMP/cactus/tomcat5 .  To specify
>>                     a different temp directory, use the tmpdir 
>> attribute -->
>>                  <tomcat5x
>>                      dir="${env.TOMCAT_HOME}" port="8081"
>>                       serverxml="${basedir}/server.xml"
>>                   />
>>            </containerset>
>>            <formatter type="brief" usefile="false"/>
>>            <formatter type="xml"/>
>>            <batchtest todir="${build.reports.dir}">
>>               <fileset dir="${cactus.test.classes.dir}" 
>> includes="**/*CactusTest.class"/>
>>            </batchtest>
>>        </cactus>
>>    </target>
>>
>>
>> --David Turley
>>
>> P.S.  To Bret Kumler, I didn't have any problems with Struts and 
>> StrutsTestCase when I switched to Cobertura.  I could post more of my 
>> build.xml if you'd like, but I don't know that it would be much help...
>>
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