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Hi , I know you have done this long back am sure you have great experience on this. So it would be great if you help me in one of application to get coverage. We have web application (apache) run thru xsp files, that xsp file made with perl code so finally we need to find code on perl application. I insatalled Devel::Cover and added 'use Devel::Cover' in all xsp file. Ran application for functionality test. I can see cover_db dir and structure & run folder , aswellas digest file (with proper details) but we i run command 'Cover' then i am not getting coverage properly, getting n/a for all type of coverage. I am not sure where we are going wrong, pls help .

In reply to Re^2: Setting Devel::Cover options for a web application by bimleshsharma
in thread Setting Devel::Cover options for a web application by talexb

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