Atlassian is excited to announce the launch of Clover 2.6, the latest release of Atlassian’s award-winning tool for Java code coverage and test optimisation. With performance improvements, new coverage graphs and a bargain-priced Desktop Edition, the industry’s best code coverage tool for Java has gotten even better!

Clover Desktop Edition Available for Only $300

2.6 introduces Clover Desktop, designed for an individual developer who wants to run code coverage and optimise tests within an Eclipse-based or IntelliJ IDEA. Clover Desktop licenses cost only $300. Clover Server, which is designed to run in a central build or continuous integration system, provides greater reporting capabilities, including HTML, PDF and XML-formatted reports and historical code coverage trends. Single Clover Server licenses are available for $1200. Clover licenses are also available for 10, 25, 100 and unlimited numbers of machines. Multi-machine licenses can be used to run Clover on the desktop or the server. Read more about Clover pricing

New Features and Improvements in Clover 2.6

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Tree maps have also been introduced in 2.6 and are an intuitive way to view coverage across large numbers of packages and classes. The size of a rectangle indicates the amount of code, while the color indicates the level of coverage.
Other notable improvements in Clover 2.6 include:

  • Performance and ease of use improvements in the Clover Eclipse and IntelliJ versions.
  • 100% coverage filters let you view only those classes which haven’t reached 100% code coverage.

Read the Clover 2.6 Release Notes for a full list of features, improvements and bug fixes.

Free Trial

Clover Desktop and Server are both available for free 30-day trials. Download Clover 2.6 and get started on better Java testing today!

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