EMMA: runtime controller could not be started,

Any idea why I'd get this error in my build log?

EMMA: runtime controller could not be started,

I don't have code coverage enabled.

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Hello,

Probably code coverage is enabled for another build configuration which is
using the same VCS settings and thus can share same working directory.

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"phil swenson" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Any idea why I'd get this error in my build log?

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EMMA: runtime controller could not be started,

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I don't have code coverage enabled.



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yes, there was another build that created the coverage info.

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Hello,

In general it is a good idea to call a target (if you are using Ant) which
will clean all of the compiled classes before building sources.

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Pavel Sher
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"phil swenson" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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yes, there was another build that created the coverage info.



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