|EclEmma 2.3.1||Java Code Coverage for Eclipse|
Session Import and Export
While EclEmma is primarily designed for test runs and analysis within the Eclipse workbench, it provides import and export functionality.
If your program is launched outside the Eclipse debugging environment, you might import JaCoCo execution data from these launches. This allows to study the coverage results directly in your source code. The Coverage Session import wizard can be activated form the File → Import... menu or from the Coverage view's context menu.
The wizard dialog requires you to specify the source of the execution data on its first page. There are three possible sources:
If you keep a reference to the original execution data source (check the
corresponding import option) you can simply re-import the data as often as you
want. For this use the Refresh option from the context menu of the
Coverage view or simply hit the
On the second page you can specify session name and the scope, which are the source folders and libraries that should be considered.
Warning: Imported execution data must be based on the exact same class files that are also used within the Eclipse IDE. If the external launch was based on different class files (e.g. created with different compiler) no coverage will be shown.
The session export wizard allows to export coverage sessions in one of these formats:
The Coverage Report export wizard can be activated form the File → Export... menu or from the Coverage view's context menu. There must be at least one coverage session available to use the export wizard.
Select one of the existing sessions and the export format.
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