On 3/18/07, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> sorry for my bad English.
> I have added a verbose option to log svnant task.
> In attachment the code.
First off, thanks.
Generally, when you want to make an enhancement of fix to something in an
open source project the proper way to submit your changes is the create a
patch. If you are using Eclipse and Subclipse, the Team -> Create Patch
option can be used to create this file. Otherwise, you can just use the svn
diff command like this:
svn diff > logverbose.patch
Then submit that file to us.
If you do not mind, what I would suggest you do is go to the issue tracker
and enter a PATCH issue against svnant. Describe what you did as best you
can (knowing English is not your language). And attach the patch file as an
attachment to the issue. Since you are perhaps not comfortable with
English, you could potentially also attach a sample ant script that uses
your change, and perhaps some sample output. That might just help explain
to the patch reviewer what you did.
Received on Sun Mar 18 15:42:36 2007