Cenqua (the new name for Cortex) is pleased to announce the release of Clover 1.3, and updated plugins for Eclipse and IntelliJ 4.

Clover is a Code Coverage tool for Java. It finds sections of your code that are not being tested. This helps you improve your unit tests and find more bugs, before your customers do.

Clover integrates easily into Ant-based builds and provides accurate and detailed measurement of method, statement and branch coverage. Clover reports in XML, HTML, PDF, or plain text. A Swing Viewer allows interactive browsing of Coverage results. Historical reporting provides charting of code coverage and other project metrics over time. A suite of Ant tasks provide control over all aspects of the coverage gathering and reporting process. A full set of Command Line tools allows for integration with legacy build systems.

Fully integrated plugins for IntelliJ IDEA, Eclipse, JBuilder, JDeveloper and NetBeans allow you to measure and inspect your code coverage without leaving the IDE. http://www.cenqua.com/clover/ideintegration.html

Clover 1.3 includes a host of new features including regexp filtering, new Ant tasks, instrumentation and reporting API, and numerous bugfixes. Read the release notes at http://www.cenqua.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=701

Read more about Clover, see some screenshots, grab a free 30 day eval:

As always, free licenses are available for Open Source projects.


NOTE: TheCortex.net is now Cenqua.com. Same great people, same top service, now with a Google-friendly name!