The <clover-html-report> task generates a full HTML report with sensible default settings. If configured, a history point is also generated prior to generation of the full report. 




Attribute Description Required
coverageCacheSize This is a performance tuning option, which is used to specify the maximum size of coverage data kept in memory when generating an HTML report. Accepts storage values such as 256m (256 megabytes) or 1g (1 gigabyte). Also accepts the value "nocache" to force all coverage data to be loaded into memory. No. Default is 256m.

The directory for Clover history points. If this attribute is set, a new history point will be generated prior to the generation of the full report. For more information, see <clover-historypoint>.


An Ant GLOB to select specific history point files within the historyDir directory

No. Default is clover-*.xml.gz


The path to the Clover database. If not specified, Clover will use the initstring set by a previous execution of <clover-setup/> in the current build sequence. Otherwise, the default database location will be used.

maxtestsperfile This limits the number of tests displayed for each file. No.
numThreads The number of threads to start when generating a HTML report. A value of 0 will disable multi-threading for report generation. This is a performance tuning option. No. Default is 2.
outdir The directory to write the report to. Yes.
projectName Overrides the project name set in the Ant build file. This is used for display purposes only. No; defaults to the project name of the Ant build file.

Calculate and show unique per-test coverage (for large projects, this can take a significant amount of time). Defaults to false.


The directory containing the XML results of the unit tests. Clover will look for all TEST*.xml files in this directory. This attribute is generally not required by most users, as the built-in test results will provide all required information in the majority of cases. For more details please see 'Advanced Usage'.

title The title to use in the report. No.


<clover-html-report outdir="clover/report"/>

This is the simplest way to generate an HTML report. It will be written to the directory "clover/report".


<clover-html-report outdir="build/clover/report"
                    title="MyProject Coverage"/>

This will generate a report in the "build/clover/report" directory. A history point will be created in the "clover/historypoints" directory, and all history points in that directory will be used to generate the historical section of the report. The report will be titled "MyProject Coverage".