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I've checked the Ruby code coverage code into the trunk now, so if you grab a recent daily 7.0 build, it should be there. I found a Windows-specific bug in the Python code coverage code as well, so grab a new build if you're on that platform.
I've had some fun with Java2D lately. Instead of the ugly coverage bars I showed in my screenshots a couple of weeks ago, the coverage bars now have proper gradients, drop shadows behind the text etc.:
Another thing I added is a bar in the editor footer (while code coverage is enabled) which lists the coverage percentage for the current file, along with actions to quickly run the tests again, or bring up the coverage report, or clear the results, or finish the coverage mode. As well as warn you when your data is older than your code.
And finally, I updated the built-in and extra color themes to also have color definitions for the coverage highlights. Here's the Dark Pastels color theme with coverage data enabled:
Please let me know of any problems while this code is still fresh in my mind :)