coverage xml doesnt produce sources element

barnash avatarbarnash created an issue

The xml which is produced by the coverage xml command doesn't produce the sources element.

This disturbs me when I run coverage xml in Hudson and the coverage.xml file is not located in the workspace directory, causing the filenames to appear in a relative location - not to the workspace directory.

To solve the issue I needed to produce the coverage report from the workspace directory.

Checking out the Cobertura project and running the example, I saw that there is a special element called: "sources" that has the directory of the source files.

I think that coverage xml should get b basedir or something and produce the sources element accordingly, just like Cobertura does.

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