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Re: [Subclipse-users] Using svnClientAdapter.jar from Ant

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 10 Nov 2010 09:18:03 -0500

On Wed, Nov 10, 2010 at 9:04 AM, Ludwig, Michael
<Michael.Ludwig_at_delphi-mb.de> wrote:

> I'd like to use the "summarized diff" function from an Ant script, just like this other user:
> http://svn.haxx.se/subusers/archive-2009-08/0011.shtml
> 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,
> possibly via a <script> task using Javascript.
> 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
> relevant?

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.

Mark Phippard
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