I'd like to make code coverage with a help of some tool, which should write code coverage in a runtime mode (like Bullseye for C++ as my colleague tells me, but I don't know exactly and can't confirm it). I think it seems like Selenium IDE, but the result of testing shouldn't transform to junit for code coverage process, instead it should generate the visible report in a runtime mode or after testing.
The manual testing in this case is implied as exploratory testing or testing by strict following of check-lists.
We want such situation to do: we install some tool/plugin, make some manual tests in a runtime mode by testing some web-application, a tool/plugin simultaneously writes code coverage and finally generates a report. There should be no need to write additional commands or code for coverage process launch.
Before writing this question here I've red a lot of materials about Sonar, Clover, Cobertura, Cassandra, Emma, JaCoCo, Visual Studio, dotCover, Хdebug all over the net, including StackOverFlow. Unfortunately all of them didn't fit my task - they work only with unit tests or through the command line.
This task is not for solving a problem with our project. We are preparing some educational materials for testers and we put some info in there concerning tools for code coverage. These materials should be used both for automated as for manual testers, but predominantly for the last ones.
Does such a tool exist? Thank you in advance.