Update to Diffblue Cover's handling of NullPointerExceptions
Release date: Jul 19, 2022
Update to Diffblue Cover’s handing of NullPointerExceptions
Diffblue Cover now handles
try / catch blocks.
Try blocks contains a set of statements where an exception can occur. A
catch block will be used to handle any exceptions that occur as a result of the
try block. A
try block is always followed by a
catch block and there can be multiple
This update means more tests and greater coverage!
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Full Release Notes
Cover now detects class loading issues (
R006) early and logs them in a more succinct and readable way. [Ref: TG-17351]
Cover now handles
NullPointerExceptions found in
catchblocks the same as ones which are thrown. [Ref: TG-15203]
Cover now has an improved log message for
MethodGroupfailure reasons. [Ref: TG-17422]
- Resolved an issue which, in some circumstances, caused Cover to not write a Spring test when
mockito-inlineis included in the project’s dependencies. [Ref: TG-17282]
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]
For multi-module projects,
--coverage-reportsneeds to be run in the sub-modules, not from root module with
--working-directory. [Ref: TG-16876]