Java script code coverage

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Ed
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Re: Java script code coverage

Post by Ed » 2009-03-02 5:59 pm

Are you sure your browser is using the proxy? Here's a few things to try:
  • Make sure your proxy settings are correct. (For example, Firefox by default, comes with a "No proxy for localhost, 127.0.0.1" option. Make sure you change that.)
  • Disable your browser's cache.
  • Run the jscoverage-server --proxy with the --verbose option - you should get one message for each HTTP request made. Does that happen?

Guest

Re: Java script code coverage

Post by Guest » 2009-03-04 6:24 am

Yes. Thanks Ed, for your help all the way.

Guest

Re: Java script code coverage

Post by Guest » 2009-04-07 3:28 am

Hi,

Did you get it working - to store it programatically, I kept getting, jscoverage_report undefined as well. I appreciate any help on this.

Thanks,
Reva.

zottona
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Re: Java script code coverage

Post by zottona » 2009-10-22 4:54 am

All of a sudden I cannot view any videos. It says either JavaScript is turned off or I dont have the latest version. I have downloaded the latest version several times,, How do I turn JavaScript on??
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