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This plugin allows you to use JavaNCSS build reporting tool.
Configuring the JavaNCSS Plugin
For a freestyle project, check the Java NCSS checkbox in the Post-build Actions section. Set the XML report pattern according to the instructions there. Optionally add health report thresholds (see below for details).
For a Maven type project, report data will be collected automatically when the
javancss:report goal is used. Optionally check the Java NCSS checkbox in the Build Settings section to add health report thresholds (see below for details).
For health report thresholds, enter "healthy" and "unhealthy" thresholds for the selected metric. Build health will be 100% if the metric is better than the healthy threshold, and 0% (failed build) if worse than the unhealthy threshold. Health percentage is calculated on a linear scale when the metric falls between the two thresholds.
For the "% of lines that are comments" metric, use threshold values from 0 to 100.
For the "ratio of javadocs to classes and functions" metric, use threshold values from 0.0 to 1.0.
For more information about this plugin, see http://javaadventure.blogspot.com/2008/06/writing-hudson-plugin-part-7-putting-it.html
Version 1.1 (June 11, 2011)
- Trend graph does not appear when "mvn site" is executed. (JENKINS-9890).
- Fixed deprecated methods.
- Added Japanese localization.
- Fixed mismatch labels.
Version 1.0 (June 1, 2010)
- Added link to javancss reports to floatingBox graphs. (JENKINS-3248)
- Fixing NonSerializableException when merging results on a slave. (JENKINS-3194)
- Update code for more recent Hudson.
Version 1.0-alpha-1 (September 11, 2008)
- Initial release