Good testing and analysis tools can be easily integrated into existing build processes. This is the case, for example, with the code coverage analyzer Testwell CTC++. The tool is equally suitable for regular use by individual developers (integrated in the IDE or via command line or script) as well as for use on build servers such as Jenkins. Depending on the build system used, in such a scenario it is then often only necessary to prepend a single command line call to provide the test executables with coverage instrumentation. After the test runs, reports are available in the simplest way. Optionally, these are HTML formats, which can for example also be made available via Jenkins, or machine-readable formats if one wants to track the trend of code coverage.