Gradle plugin that generates JaCoCo reports from an Android Gradle Project

gradle-android-junit-jacoco-plugin Gradle plugin that generates Jacoco reports from a Gradle Project. Android Application, Android Library, Kotlin and Java Plugins are supported by this plugin. When this plugin is applied it

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