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This plugin generates trend reports for the Testability Explorer, an open source program which uses byte-code analysis to look for testability pitfalls in Java code. 

Description

Testability Explorer is an open-source tool that identifies hard-to-test Java code. Testability Explorer provides a repeatable objective metric of "testability." This metric becomes a key component of engineering a social change within an organization of developers. The Testability Explorer report provides actionable information to developers which can be used as measure of progress towards a goal and a guide to refactoring towards a more testable code-base. Further information can be found here.

The Plugin

The following features are provided by this plug-in:

  • Configuration
    • Configuration of the XML report files to scan after a build.
    • Configurable threshold value at which a build will become unstable if your code's testability is beyond this number.
  • Trend reports
    • Overall testability cost for your project.
    • Number of excellent, good and poor testable classes in your project.
    • Detailed information how the testability cost is aggregated per class.

The current release is available in the download section. This plug-in is developed and maintained by Reik Schatz. Please use the Hudson mailing lists or the Testability Explorer mailing list to ask questions, create feature request or bug reports.

Changelog

Version 0.1
  • First version
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