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Project Summary

The idea for this project came from real life. We just needed to make sure that all the specification described by the source javadoc is covered with unit tests.

The simplest idea to make sure everything was properly and completely tested was to create a test for each sentence (or couple of related sentences) from the source javadoc. But then how do you make sure everything is covered?

This tool adresses this problem. You annotate each test with a sentence from the javadoc. The tool creates a report showing which parts of the javadoc are covered with tests, and which not.

The project also includes a maven plugin.

THIS PROJECT IS WORK IN PROGRESS and is NOT READY YET :)

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coverage test unittest testing javadoc unit project unittesting reporting maven

In a Nutshell, javadoc-test-coverage...

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30 Day Summary

Apr 9 2016 — May 9 2016

12 Month Summary

May 9 2015 — May 9 2016

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