If you are new to Clover and want to get it going quickly, try the following:
- The Ant Quick Start Guide, the Maven 2 and 3 Quick Start Guide and Clover-for-Grails Quick Start Guide will show you how to quickly set-up Clover in your builds.
- The Clover for Eclipse in 10 minutes and the Clover for IDEA in 10 minutes will show you how to use Clover in Eclipse/IDEA as well as briefly describe reports generated by Clover.
- The About Code Coverage section provides a brief background on the theory and motivation behind Code Coverage.
- The Understanding Reports page gives more details about an HTML report generated by Clover
- The Clover Tutorial provides a good alternative introduction to Clover.
System Requirements and Supported Platforms
What's New in Clover?
See the Clover Release Notes.
Clover makes use of the following excellent third-party libraries:
The Ant build system.
A public domain parser generator.
|Apache Commons||A set of reusable Java components.|
Template engine used for HTML report generation.
A lightweight library for multi-machine communication.
|FastUtil||A library for high-performance operations on primitive types.|
An agile and dynamic language for the Java Virtual Machine.
|GSON||A library converting Java objects into their JSON representation.|
|Guava||Google's core libraries for collections, caching, primitives support, string processing, I/O etc.|
A library for generating PDF documents.
JCommon / JFreeChart
An open source library for generating charts.
|JDOM||A library for accessing, manipulating, and outputting XML data from Java code.|
An open source toolkit for creating interactive data visualizations.
To prevent library version mismatches, all of these libraries have been obfuscated and/or repackaged and included in the Clover JAR. We do this to prevent pain for users who may use different versions of these libraries in their projects.