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Our support for Gradle has moved to a minimum version of 4.9+, please upgrade your version if necessary.
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- IntelliJ Plugin: Cover now supports offline license activation for Enterprise licenses. [Ref: TG-16794]
- IntelliJ Plugin: Cover now supports IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition 2022.1 and IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate 2022.1. [Ref: TG-16521]
- Resolved an issue which caused Cover to not write tests for Java 17 projects using Gradle and Gradle projects with
subprojectsdefined. [Ref: TG-16878]
- Resolved an issue which caused Cover to not get an instance of a singleton stored in a private field of an inner class. [Ref: TG-16857]
- Resolved an issue which caused Cover to not find appropriate
Strings to satisfy a reference equality. [Ref: TG-16856]
- IntelliJ Plugin: Resolved an issue which caused the 'offline license guide' link, on the 'View License Information' window, to link to a non-existent page. [Ref: TG-16818]
- CLI: The command
dcover clean --failingdoes not work on Gradle projects. This command is now deprecated and
dcover validateshould be used instead. [Ref: TG-11707]