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  • v1.9.1

    * Complexity calculation now works with Java 5 language
      features such as Annotations. (Tri Bao Ho)
    * Removed the bold font from the source-view for uncovered lines to
      improve the alignment.  (Jiri Mares)
    * Support Ant <dirset>s. (Matt Cordes, John Lewis)
    * Support the antlib mechanism for defining and importing
      ant tasks. (Richard Atkins)
    * Reports now support source encoded in something than UTF-8. (Jiri Mares)
    * Report generation performance improvement. (Ignat Zapolsky)
    * Report generation will look in zip and jar files if the
      source java file is not found. (Charlie Squires, John Lewis)
    * cobertura-check with linerate=0, branchrate=0,
      packagebranchrate=0, packagelinerate=0, totalbranchrate=0,
      totallinerate=0 will no longer default all the values to
      50 as before.   Therefore, cobertura-check will always pass.
      Note that this still means that <cobertura-check /> (with
      no attributes) will still default to 50 for all rates. (Charlie
      Squires) (Bug 2152919)
    * New coberturaFlush.war is created.   Deploy it to a
      web server and invoke http://<HOST>:<PORT>/coberturaFlush/flushCobertura
      for a convenient way of flushing the cobertura data to the
      datafile without stopping the web server.  (Amit Nithianandan)
    * XML report now shows total lines-covered, lines-valid,
      branches-covered, branches-valid, and complexity.  (Julian Gamble)
    * New report option called "summaryXml" will create
      a small summary XML report that does not have all the
      details on the classes - just the overall totals.  This
      is for large projects where the full XML report gets so
      big it impairs continuous build processes.  (Julian Gamble and Dan Godfrey)
    * Migrated from asm-2.2.1 to asm-3.0. (Jiri Mares)
    * The percentage coverage of 199 out of 200 lines has been 100%.
      No more! Now it is 99%.  (Jiri Mares)
    * Spelling error corrected in main.css file - changed magin to
      margin. (Dennis Lundberg)
    
  • v1.9.1.1

    * Just a copy of 1.9.1 with a corrected Maven POM file (cobertura-runtime.pom).
      A new version has to be created to get it uploaded to the central Maven repo.
    
  • v1.9

    * Much improved branch coverage.  Information on whether
      the true as well as the false of an if statement is
      collected.  Also, information on the branches of a
      switch statement (including the default) is collected.
      (Jiri Mares)
    * Assume Java source files are saved as UTF-8 instead of
      the computer's default encoding.
    * Write all HTML and XML reports in UTF-8 instead of the
      computer's default encoding (Naoki Iwami).
    * Fix a bug where the Cobertura ant tasks would not work
      correctly in Microsoft Windows when Cobertura was
      installed on a different drive than the drive from which
      you're running ant (Srivathsan Varadarajan).
    * Added a "maxmemory" attribute to the instrument, merge
      and report ant tasks (Matt Cordes).
    * Improve support for Maven and similar environments where
      control over system properties is difficult such as
      app servers, IoC containers, IDEs, etc.  Setting the
      datafile location is difficult in these environments.
      To correct this, a cobertura.properties file
      located in the classpath is used to properly set the
      net.sourceforge.cobertura.datafile property.
      (Joakim Erdfelt)
    
  • v1.8

    April 10, 2006
    * Ability to have multiple <ignore/> regular expressions
      in the instrument task (Alexei Yudichev).
    * Ability to specify a minimum branch coverage rate and
      line coverage rate for each package when using
      cobertura-check.
    * Show the number of lines and branches covered and the
      total number of lines and branches in the HTML report.
    * Support for instrumenting classes written in Groovy.
    * Lock the data file before trying to write to it.  This
      allows multiple JVMs (or multiple class loaders within
      a single JVM) to write to the same coverage data file
      with no problems (John Lewis).
    * Ability to instrument classes on a given classpath
      instead of specifying filesets (John Lewis).
    * Ability to specify which classes will be instrumented
      using regular expressions (John Lewis).
    * Archives within archives will be instrumented if you
      specify an includeClassname regular expression (John
      Lewis).
    * If instrumenting an archive, remove any signatures
      and checksums, since they will no longer be valid (John
      Lewis).
    * Removed the Class-Path line from cobertura.jar.  You may
      need to modify your Cobertura taskdef to include the jars
      in Cobertura's 'lib' directory.  See our Ant task web
      page for an example.
    * Reorganized libs into a flatter directory structure--you
      may need to update your ant scripts.
    * Upgraded from asm 2.1 to asm 2.2.1.  No code changes were
      needed.
    * Copied portions of classes from JavaNCSS into Cobertura
      so that we don't need to include the entire JavaNCSS and
      CCL jars.
    
  • v1.7

    December 06, 2005
    * log4j is no longer used by the Cobertura classes that are
      accessed by instrumented Java code.  This means you will
      not need to add log4j to your project's classpath in order
      to use Cobertura (but log4j is still required when
      instrumenting and reporting).
    * Upgraded from asm 2.0 to asm 2.1.  No code changes were
      needed.
    * Improved the merge task.  It should work correctly now
      (with help from  Björn Beskow).
    * Fixed the ability to specify a data file in the merge task.
    * Changed the command-line interface to the merge task and
      added a helper batch/shell script.
    * Added better error checking to the merge task.
    * Fixed a bug where an empty or incomplete coverage data
      file would be written when you test classes inside Tomcat,
      and you stop Tomcat using the shutdown.bat or shutdown.sh
      scripts.  This would result in an EOFException when running
      cobertura-report.
    * Added support for classes compiled with AspectJ.
    * Cobertura now produces valid XHTML 1.0 reports.
    
  • v1.6

    August 22, 2005
    * Can now use multiple filesets in the cobertura-instrument
      task (Thanks to Grzegorz Lukasik).
    * Can now use multiple filesets in the cobertura-report task
      (Thanks to Jeremy Thomerson, Grzegorz Lukasik and James Seigel).
    * No longer using the Java version of GNU GetOpt
    * Fixed a bug where the total number of classes displayed in
      the HTML report included anonymous classes when it should
      not have.
    
  • v1.5

    August 05, 2005
    * Shortened the header shown when running Cobertura (Thanks
      to Jarkko Viinamäki).
    * Don't save the data file twice after instrumenting.
    * Print a warning when running cobertura-report with a
      data file that does not contain information from the
      instrument step.
    * When instrumenting, you can now specify a zip, jar, war,
      ear or sar file and Cobertura will instrument any classes
      inside of the archive.  You must explicity give the name
      of the archive when instrumenting--giving the name of the
      directory containing the archive will not work (Thanks to
      Grzegorz Lukasik).
    * Fixed a bug where the class list in the HTML reports did
      not show multiple classes with the same name, but in
      different packages.
    * Add a timestamp and version number to all HTML reports.
    * Add a timestamp and version number to all XML reports.
    * Add the combined line-rate and branch-rate for all
      packages to all XML reports.
    * Fixed the merge task (Thanks to Mark Sinke).
    * The check task now supports checking against a project's
      total branch and line coverage rates (Thanks to Nathan
      Wilson).
    * The check ant task now allows you to fail the ant build,
      if desired (Thanks to Nathan Wilson).
    * The check task can set an ant property to "true" on
      failure (Thanks to Alex Ruiz).
    * Changed some of the parameters for the check task.  See
      the online documentation for usage information.
    * The command line Windows batch scripts work better.
    
  • v1.4

    May 30, 2005
    * Fixed a bug that sometimes resulted in a
      StringIndexOutOfBoundsException when running cobertura-report
      (Thanks to Grzegorz Lukasik).
    * Fixed a bug where classes without coverage data ("N/A") were
      not always sorted correctly in the HTML report (Thanks to
      Olivier Parent).
    * Fixed a bug where the code complexity column would not always
      sort correctly in locales that use a comma to split the decimal
      part of the number (Thanks to Olivier Parent).
    * Show "N/A" in the branch column of the HTML report for classes
      and packages that do not have any branches.
    
  • v1.3

    May 20, 2005
    * Increased speed of HTML reports by filtering the files read
      in to determine cyclomatic complexity numbers on.
    * In the lower left pane of the HTML reports, classes are now
      sorted only by their class name (instead of by their package
      name plus class name).
    * Changed the format of the XML reports to something that
      is hopefully easier to use and more natural.  This
      unfortunately breaks backward compatability.
    * We're using a DTD for the XML reports now.  See
      http://cobertura.sourceforge.net/xml/coverage-01.dtd
    * Added the ability to specify the location of the coverage
      data files from the ant tasks and the command line.
    * More user-friendly error checking and reporting.
    
  • v1.2

    March 16, 2005
    * Fix a bug that caused the XML reports to be invalid XML
      (they were missing the </package> tag).
    * Use Java 1.4 pattern matching and remove Jakarta ORO.