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One Viewer for Coverage and Probes

Last updated: 2019-11-04

In VectorCAST version 2019 SP2, the probe point editor has been combined with the coverage viewer.
 

There are several ways to open the probe point editor:

  1. Right-click a unit and select Edit Probe Points as usual.
  2. Select a unit and click the probe editor icon on the toolbar, as usual.
  3. New in VectorCAST version 2019 SP2:
  • open the coverage viewer for a unit, and then
  • open the probe point editor within the coverage viewer
  • by clicking a new icon on the coverage viewer's tab.
    The icon looks like a large green probe point dot.

 
The coverage viewer now includes the familiar black and green dots representing probe points on source code lines. Hovering the mouse over a probe point dot displays a tooltip describing

  • the state
    • enabled
    • disabled
  • the status
    • not applied
    • applied

The familiar tooltip over the covered lines still lists the test results covering that line.

 
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2019-11-04
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