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Research

Talk

This section contains – work in progress – papers about code coverage techniques that are currently used by EclEmma or might be used in future versions. Please feel free to discuss the papers at the JaCoCo and EclEmma Users group.

Warning

The papers in this section may not be related to the current version of EclEmma. All code examples provided herein are for demonstration purposes only and are completely unsupported. Please refer to the user guide for all questions related to the current EclEmma version.

Presentations

EclipseCon 2012, Reston

Code Coverage Revised: EclEmma on JaCoCo by Marc R. Hoffmann at EclipseCon, 2012/03/28

Eclipse Summit Europe 2010, Ludwigsburg

The Future of Code Coverage Analysis for Eclipse by Marc R. Hoffmann at Eclipse Summit Europe, 2010/11/03

EclipseCon 2010, Santa Clara

The Future of Code Coverage Analysis for Eclipse by Marc R. Hoffmann at EclipseCon, 2010/03/25

EclipseCon 2008, Santa Clara

Tutorial: Code Coverage Analysis for Eclipse by Marc R. Hoffmann and Gilles Iachelini at EclipseCon, 2008/03/17

Eclipse Summit Europe 2007, Ludwigsburg

Code Coverage Analysis for Eclipse by Marc R. Hoffmann at Eclipse Summit Europe, 2007/10/10

Related Work

Kaitlin Duck Sherwood introduces exciting new use cases for code coverage analysis in her paper Reducing Code Navigation Effort with Differential Code Coverage. Based on these ideas EclEmma supports differential code coverage since version 2.1.