What's New > Version 2022.10.01
Enhancements to the log files
Release date: Oct 10, 2022
Enhancements to the Diffblue Cover log files
As previously announced, we now have two types of log files:
- User log files contain details necessary to understand and remedy common configuration and build issues.
- Support log files contain extra debug information, which will enable our technical support team to efficiently respond to queries.
This release, we have added additional information into the user log files to make them easier to understand. We have added in the command line options that the user has entered, and also added explanatory execution phase prefixes, such as
For both the user and the support log files, we now also only log the classpath once, for ease of reading.
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Full Release Notes
Cover now includes command line options, read from
@config.txtfiles, in the user log file. [Ref: TG-17805]
Cover now includes execution phase prefixes, such as
[Validating]in the user log file to make log files easier to read. [Ref: TG-17722]
Cover now logs the class path to the user and support log files only once, with each entry displayed on a separate line. [Ref: TG-17721]
Cover now hides irrelevant stack trace frames from the user log file to make log files easier to read. [Ref: TG-17720]
Cover now writes tests containing assertions for arrays mutated by the method under test. [Ref: TG-17551]
Resolved an issue which would cause Cover to not detect the correct JUnit Jupiter version on Gradle projects. [Ref: TG-17838]
Resolved an issue which, in some circumstances, would cause Cover to write non-deterministic tests by asserting false equivalences between different date/calendar instances. [Ref: TG-17754]
Resolved an issue which, in some circumstances, caused Cover to incorrectly report
R002(Missing observers) when writing tests. [Ref: TG-16612]