* Copyright (c) 2009, 2020 Mountainminds GmbH & Co. KG and Contributors
 * This program and the accompanying materials are made available under
 * the terms of the Eclipse Public License 2.0 which is available at
 * SPDX-License-Identifier: EPL-2.0
 * Contributors:
 *    Brock Janiczak - initial API and implementation
package org.jacoco.examples;


import org.jacoco.core.analysis.Analyzer;
import org.jacoco.core.analysis.CoverageBuilder;
import org.jacoco.core.analysis.IBundleCoverage;

 * This example creates a HTML report for eclipse like projects based on a
 * single execution data store called jacoco.exec. The report contains no
 * grouping information.
 * The class files under test must be compiled with debug information, otherwise
 * source highlighting will not work.
public class ReportGenerator {

	private final String title;

	private final File executionDataFile;
	private final File classesDirectory;
	private final File sourceDirectory;
	private final File reportDirectory;

	private ExecFileLoader execFileLoader;

	 * Create a new generator based for the given project.
	 * @param projectDirectory
	public ReportGenerator(final File projectDirectory) {
		this.title = projectDirectory.getName();
		this.executionDataFile = new File(projectDirectory, "jacoco.exec");
		this.classesDirectory = new File(projectDirectory, "bin");
		this.sourceDirectory = new File(projectDirectory, "src");
		this.reportDirectory = new File(projectDirectory, "coveragereport");

	 * Create the report.
	 * @throws IOException
	public void create() throws IOException {

		// Read the jacoco.exec file. Multiple data files could be merged
		// at this point

		// Run the structure analyzer on a single class folder to build up
		// the coverage model. The process would be similar if your classes
		// were in a jar file. Typically you would create a bundle for each
		// class folder and each jar you want in your report. If you have
		// more than one bundle you will need to add a grouping node to your
		// report
		final IBundleCoverage bundleCoverage = analyzeStructure();



	private void createReport(final IBundleCoverage bundleCoverage)
			throws IOException {

		// Create a concrete report visitor based on some supplied
		// configuration. In this case we use the defaults
		final HTMLFormatter htmlFormatter = new HTMLFormatter();
		final IReportVisitor visitor = htmlFormatter
				.createVisitor(new FileMultiReportOutput(reportDirectory));

		// Initialize the report with all of the execution and session
		// information. At this point the report doesn't know about the
		// structure of the report being created

		// Populate the report structure with the bundle coverage information.
		// Call visitGroup if you need groups in your report.
				new DirectorySourceFileLocator(sourceDirectory, "utf-8", 4));

		// Signal end of structure information to allow report to write all
		// information out


	private void loadExecutionData() throws IOException {
		execFileLoader = new ExecFileLoader();

	private IBundleCoverage analyzeStructure() throws IOException {
		final CoverageBuilder coverageBuilder = new CoverageBuilder();
		final Analyzer analyzer = new Analyzer(
				execFileLoader.getExecutionDataStore(), coverageBuilder);


		return coverageBuilder.getBundle(title);

	 * Starts the report generation process
	 * @param args
	 *            Arguments to the application. This will be the location of the
	 *            eclipse projects that will be used to generate reports for
	 * @throws IOException
	public static void main(final String[] args) throws IOException {
		for (int i = 0; i < args.length; i++) {
			final ReportGenerator generator = new ReportGenerator(
					new File(args[i]));