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Saturday 29 June 2013

Java 7 Code Coverage for NetBeans, JRebel How-to, and a gift for you!

GitHubTikiOne JaCoCoverage is a NetBeans module that provides JaCoCo code coverage (Java7 compatible). Take it as a modern alternative to the EMMA and Cobertura based plugins.
For Ant based JavaSE projects. JavaEE, Maven, NetBeans Modules and Gradle support will be added later.
You can check sources and documentation on my GitHub workspace. Also, this plugin is registered on NetBeans PluginPortal and validated: that means you can install it directly from your IDE. Launch the NetBeans Plugins Manager and search for a TikiOne JaCoCoverage plugin and install it.

I am writing a short book about the JRebel technology: what is JRebel, how it works, how to work with Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA and NetBeans, and how to deal with local and remote Tomcat and GlassFish servers. My editor is Packt Publishing.
I have a gift for you: do you want to receive a dead tree version of this book? I'll have two copies to offer. Send me an email and explain me why you are interested in a JRebel introduction ;) (you can check my email address on GitHub)

Monday 12 September 2011

Unit Tests Code Coverage Plugin (updated for NetBeans 7.0)

Hi everyone,

You may know the Unit Tests Code Coverage Plugin for NetBeans. It provides a good way to see testing coverage results within the NetBeans IDE. It works with EMMA and is initially developed for NetBeans 6.0/5.0.
Unfortunately, this plugin is not compatible with NetBeans 7.0.x. In addition, it is hard to find a link to download the NetBeans 6.x version of this plugin (the link you can find in the plugin page leads to a tutorial). To finish, its maintenance seems to be stopped.

So, I've decided to package a NetBeans 7.0.x compatible version, and provide a NetBeans 6.9 version too :)

You can find this new version at plugins.netbeans.org(...)for-netbeans-7-0. There is a ZIP file that contains NBM files for NetBeans 6.9.x and 7.0.x.

Hope you'll find it useful.