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Excerpt

Archive and publish .NET code coverage HTML reports from NCover.

Warning

It is recommended to use instead the more flexible and robust HTML Publisher plugin, which was generalized from this plugin after its creation.

Screenshots

The post-build action when configuring a project:
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The coverage project/build action which sends you to the archived HTML report:

 

Configuring the NCover Plugin

The NCover plug-in requires Hudson 1.312 or greater. If you are using an older version of Hudson, use its automatic upgrade feature first by visiting the "Manage Hudson" link on your Hudson dashboard and click the "Upgrade Automatically" button near the top.

  1. Install the NCover plugin (via Manage Hudson -> Manage Plugins -> Available, check "NCover", and click the "Install" button at the bottom)
  2. Configure your project's build script to generate NCover HTML reports (See see below for an example with Gallio)
  3. Enable the "Publisher NCover HTML report" publisher
  4. Specify the HTML report directory which is generated by NCover, relative to the project workspace.
  5. Optionally change the report name to be displayed. Multiple reports can be specified separated by commas.

Generating NCover HTML reports

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 C:\Program Files\Gallio\bin\Gallio.Echo.exe "C:\path\to\your.dll"
    /runner:ncover3
    /runner-property:NCoverArguments="//html artifacts\coverage-html //at ncover3.trend"

Version History

Version 0.3 (Mar 3, 2010)

  • Update code for more recent Hudson

Version 0.2.6 (

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Jul 28, 2009)

  • Improve compatibility with older Java versions including 1.4
  • Remove debug logging that was ending up in the build log

Version 0.2.5 (

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Jul 16, 2009)

  • Allow for a report page to be named index.html instead of stomping over it
  • Add "Back to Hudson" link
  • Drop the filename extension from the tab names

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