Task control multi project

(Karl-Johan Karlberg) #1

I have a two module build. A protocol module and a server module. Nothing very fancy. I wan’t code coverage (with emma currently) to be managed by our build server only (i think developers should use an ide plugin for coverage and I don’t want to clutter the build script).

Here is the problem: I use the emma plugin (applied from script) but that fails for the “container/parent” project, which has no source and hence no build/classes, and this trips an error in the emma plugin.

I see two possibilities: 1: fix the emma plugin to skip if build/classes are missing 2: have jenkins call: gradle build -x test (but only for container/parent) <- is that possible?

(Peter Niederwieser) #2

Did you make sure not to apply the ‘emma’ plugin to the ‘container/parent’ project?

(Karl-Johan Karlberg) #3

WOW you respond so fast :slight_smile:

Thats exactly what i did, since jenkins does it (in ~/.gradle/init.gradle)

Why? Since i want code coverage “out of the box” and only on jenkins (aka without cluttering build.gradle with emma stuff)

I just got it working by adding

if ( sourceSets.main.output.classesDir.exists() )

to the emma plugin, herby skipping emma if nothing to instrument exist.

Thanks again for the lightning fast respons!

(Peter Niederwieser) #4

I’d only apply the ‘emma’ (and ‘java’ etc.) plugin to projects which are supposed to contain code. Anyway, glad you found a solution.