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Dropping Subversion like a hot rock

At this point, I've moved to git. My reasons vary, but primarily subversion has just missed the boat in a lot of ways. All future releases of subversion will only be to add features that git already supports. I recently tried to update the svnkit libraries to support svn 1.7 and they now add two (or more, I stopped after the second failure) jar dependencies.

I'm not going to do any more updates to this project. Sorry.




















Introduction

svntask is a super simple solution for using svn from ant. Unfortunately, nobody has come up with a good solution until now. At work, instead of using version numbers for our releases, we just use our svn revision number. We needed an easy way to get that number from ant.

SvnAnt is the alternative to this project. However, there are still a good reason why I like this project better. I don't care about and don't want to mess with native library access javahl or command line access. I just want a 100% Java solution that uses the nice svnkit library. Include two simple jar files and go.

In the future, if I need more features, I'll add them. Or, you are welcome to file a new issue with a patch. If you file a patch, make sure you write clean code and format it the same way that I've formatted it so that integrating it is just a small amount of work for me.

If you feel like making a small beer money donation to me for spending many hours working on this project, you can donate by clicking the button below. No amount is too large or too small.

Usage

<target name="version">
	<typedef resource="com/googlecode/svntask/svntask.xml">
		<classpath>
			<fileset dir="${base.dir}/lib">
				<include name="svnkit.jar"/>
				<include name="svntask.jar"/>
			</fileset>
		</classpath>
	</typedef>

        <!-- Do an update first to make sure you have the latest version -->
	<svn><update path="." force="true" recursive="true" /></svn>

	<svn><info path="." revisionProperty="revisionVersion" /></svn>
	<property name="version" value="${revisionVersion}" />
</target>

Releases

1.0.8 - Nov, 20, 2010

  • Bundled with latest svnkit 1.3.4.

1.0.7 - June 25, 2009

  • Force javac to compile the classes in the jar as 1.5.

1.0.6 - June 25, 2009

  • Added log command.
  • Set a property for the svn update command with the updated version.

1.0.5 - June 3, 2009

  • Added ls command.

1.0.4 - May 30th, 2009

  • Updated to svnkit 1.3.0.5847 (supports svn 1.6.2)
  • Added add, commit and switch commands.
  • Added a few more parameters to existing commands.

1.0.3 - July 15th, 2008

  • Added more properties to the svn info command.

1.0.2 - July 11th, 2008

  • Added svn update. See example above for usage.
  • Updated to svnkit 1.2b2.
  • Added a bit of logging which shows up nicely in ant.

1.0.1 - July 1st, 2008

  • Minor bug fixes. Default to -1 for the revision number if you run svn info on a path that isn't in svn.

1.0 - June 27th, 2008

  • To begin with, I just need the revision number output from svn info.
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