Release notes for release 2020.06.b

Release date: June 22, 2020

Enhancements

  • CLI: Cover is now able to purge user threads during 'Essential Test' generation, reducing the risk of exhausting JVM and/or system resources. [Ref: TG-11933]

  • CLI: Tests are no longer generated for constructors which only assign their arguments to fields and do not use @Autowired. [Ref: TG-11779]

  • IntelliJ Plugin: Cover now supports IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition 2020.1 and IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate 2020.1. [Ref: TG-11639]

  • Amazon S3 mocking support added for calls to GetObject and PutObject. [Ref: TG-11596]

  • Increased Spring support. Cover now supports smart mocking of autowired beans, resulting in increased Spring code coverage. [Ref: TG-11346]

Resolved Issues

  • CLI: /tmp/diffblue/log/dcover.stderr.log can contain stderr output from multiple runs of Cover. Log files should be generated so that one log file corresponds to a single run of Cover. [Ref: TG-12099]

  • CLI: Some INFO log level annotations use inconsistent styling (lighter magenta and non-bold). [Ref: TG-12067]

  • CLI: --report option places JSON output in .diffblue directory rather than the current working directory. [Ref: TG-12040]

  • CLI: When 'test verification' times out, an unnecessary empty line is logged to the console. [Ref: TG-12039]

  • CLI: Magenta coloured output, such as the INFO log level annotation, is difficult to read when using Microsoft's default Powershell colour scheme. [Ref: TG-12004]

  • IntelliJ Plugin: In some scenarios, when multimodule projects are being analysed, the plugin may create tests which are different to those generated via the CLI. [Ref: TG-11946]

  • CLI: dump-index fails to dump index, reporting Dumping index failed: Can't create a store in read-only transaction. [Ref: TG-11731]

  • CLI: Cover does not remove temporary files it creates in /tmp. [Ref: TG-11312]

Known Issues

  • Wrong reason for not creating essential tests for methods in classes without accessible constructors. [Ref: TG-10794]

  • CLI: Windows: creating config.json by outputting --example-config as file causes exceptions. [Ref: TG-11198]

  • CLI: Analyzing a project that opens lots of files may crash dcover. [Ref: TG-11455]

  • CLI: All tests may be discarded in test verification when using --config. [Ref: TG-11475]

  • CLI: dcover clean --working-directory throws an error if --test-output-dir is not provided. [Ref: TG-11665]

  • CLI: dcover fails to generate tests, reporting java.lang.OutOfMemoryError, when analysing projects which spawn a quantity of threads in excess of the operating system's process thread limit. [Ref: TG-11680]

  • CLI: dcover clean --failing fails when used with a Gradle project. [Ref: TG-11707]

  • Tests are not generated for methods of Spring controllers that contain an autowired field. [Ref: TG-11835]

  • CLI: In some scenarios, Cover's statistics, reported in the summary, may not add up to the total. [Ref: TG-11935]

  • IntelliJ Plugin: Selecting 'Write tests' across multiple modules, in quick succession, can cause the plugin to crash with a NullPointerException. [Ref: TG-12022]

  • CLI: Test verification may fail on a Gradle project due to an incompatibility between Gradle and Cover. If you encounter this issue, run with --skip-test-verification. [Ref: TG-12045]

Dependencies for written tests

  • JUnit: 4.7-5.6

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