On Wed, Nov 10, 2010 at 9:04 AM, Ludwig, Michael
> I'd like to use the "summarized diff" function from an Ant script, just like this other user:
> Given that the "summarized diff" functionality is absent from SvnAnt, I might consider shelling out
> to "svn diff --summarize".
Have you considered adding the functionality to SvnAnt instead? I am
not involved in any way with SvnAnt, but since it is part of this
project, which I own, I can see the activity (which is zero). No one
has really been maintaining it for years. If you want to add
features, I can grant you commit access. There is another user that
did this and made a release a while back. They might still be able to
help make a new release.
> However, let's assume I'm not satisfied with a shellout; I want to use the underlying library,
> My understanding is that I should use the svnClientAdapter API, and not JavaHL, which, despite its name, appears to be more low-level. Both JARs are included in SvnAnt. However, the API doc isn't. So, can I download the API javadoc somewhere? Or should I rather build it myself?
> Also, the svnClientAdapter download page appears to list only obsolete distributions. Is it still
svnClientAdapter is maintained and used from Subclipse (as well as
SvnAnt). We do not do releases of it though. It is just released as
part of Subclipse and I maintain it based on how I need it in
Subclipse. You can just grab trunk and build it if you want.
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Received on 2010-11-10 15:18:15 CET