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From stéphane bouchet <Stephane.Bouc...@emn.fr>
Subject Re: Jcoverage exclusion list
Date Tue, 17 Aug 2004 16:45:17 GMT
Shinobu Kawai a écrit :

> Hi stéphane,
> 
> 
>>>>The patch submitted works great, and this is exactly what i needed. :)
>>>
>>>Terrific!
> 
> Just looked up the word "terrific" in my dictionary.com.  It means
> either "very good" or "very bad".  Strange English word...  Anyways, I
> meant the "very good" one. ;-)
>     cf. http://dictionary.reference.com/search?db=*&q=terrific
> 

Well, i am not an english spoken person too ;) in french, the 'terrific' 
word could mean something like 'scary' .... I apologize too ;)



> 
>>Humm, yes, it is a bad idea to exclude some files from coverage, because 
>>it  produce a non-realistic report . but in the same time, there is some 
>>classes you know they will NEVER be called by your tests ( I.E : aspectJ 
>>classes, constants, main() classes .... ) and to produce a better 
>>report, it could be a solution to exclude these files.
>>
>>but, it is my point of view ;)
> 
> Actually, I don't use jcoverage for analytic reasons, but just as a
> pointer to where I might need more testing.  So if there are classes you
> don't plan to test, I guess you can exclude them from jcoverage.  I
> myself don't test autogenerated code.  I'm just too lazy to exclude them.
> :)
> 
> Best regards,
> -- Shinobu Kawai
> 
> --
> Shinobu Kawai <shinobu@ieee.org, shinobu@computer.org>
> 
> 
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