Sorry About Rcov4j

19 09 2007

I had, up until a two months ago, been working on a Rcov port for JRuby. Well, work killed me last month. I have been taking it easy this month, recharging my battery. I must be feeling better though, because I’ve started thinking about that working on that project again.

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7 02 2008
Venkat

I just read that you are working on rcov4j. I have a fairly big Rails app, and rcov gives core dump on it. I am curious as to whether you have progressed further on this.

Regards,
Venkat.

7 02 2008
kofno

Well, I hadn’t touched it in a while, but it looks like 1.1 API changes have broken it pretty badly. I’ve got Netbeans open now, so, hopefully, I’ll be able to give a diagnosis in a day or so.

13 02 2008
Venkat

Thank you for responding to it and thanks again for looking into it. Looking forward to use it.

Regards,
Venkat.

13 02 2008
kofno

My pleasure. BTW – It does compile now. And all but 15 tests are passing. So things aren’t as bad as I thought. I expect to be able to start tackling those test failures this weekend.

21 02 2008
Jay

Hi,

I am using JRuby and and rails and am interested in RCov for jruby.. Are you working on this all by yourself? Kudo’s for you if you are.. Are you doing this as part of a multiperson initiative? or are you doing it by yourself? If you are doing it by yourself … Do you need help?

thanks!
Jay

21 02 2008
kofno

I’m working on it by myself, but the code is stored in the JRuby-Extras project on rubyforge. There is another developer who expressed interest in the project a few weeks ago, but I haven’t heard from him lately. Right now, all but 15 of rcov’s tests pass using the Java extension. If you’re interested, I’d welcome the help. Feel free to check out the code and take a look.

9 09 2011
Jenine Petek

What nice message

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