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The svnant project provides a set of Ant extensions
which can be used to interact with Subversion
As with most Ant extensions, SvnAnt's task and type names must be
mapped to their
implementing classes before being used in an Ant build file. An example of how to use
the antlib bundled in SvnAnt's JAR file to perform that registration follows:
<!-- ... -->
The path declaration shown above only contains the
necessary jar files used to realise subversion access.
If you don't extend the above mentioned path declaration the only possibility to access
a subversion repository is the so called
In general you want to extend this path with additional libraries in order to use a
specific binding to the subversion repository.
The following list shows the requirements and the meaning of the available bindings
(the order specifies the precedence):
This type of binding makes use of a Java native bridge in order to realise the subversion
commands. These share libraries must be on your library path. You can launch the Ant
script using the following option (of course you need to adjust the path):
You also need to add the Jar equivalent of the binding which is typically named
The svnkit binding is purely java based. Using this
binding requires the jar
svnkit.jar to be used for the svnant
declaration. You also need the
ganymed.jar which provides the necessary
functionality for SSH based communication.
This binding is the simpliest one and is considered to be a fallback solution. It
just looks for the svn executable itself, so it must be locatable using the
path specified within the propert
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are not externally-maintained libraries (e.g. svnClientAdapter, JavaHL or SVNKit).
Such libraries have their own licenses; we recommend you read them, as
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- Built against svnClientAdapter 0.9.102, Subversion 1.6.x, SVNKit 1.3.x
- #1271: made some refactorings so the codebase has been refactored to share resource related functionalities.
- #1156: the checkout command now supports the depth parameter which is more accurate than the recursive parameter.
- #1035: using the svntask as part of ant's parallel task should work properly now.
- #587: it should be possible now to reject suspicious certificates so only trusted ones will be accepted.
- #1272: command beginning and endings will be logged as verbose message as their mainly useful for
for error scenarios.
- #828: 'wcVersion' won't incorporate 'svn:externals' anymore for the version calculation
- #906: added 'singleinfo', 'list' commands
- #906: added 'svnAvailable' condition
- #619, #689: the 'log' command now provides a verbose option for the changed pathes
- #815: the commands 'singleinfo' and 'info' are now supporting the property 'repourl'
- #916: the 'copy' command now supports the option 'makeParents' to enforce the creation of parental structures
- #1092: if 'failonerror' is set to false the 'svn' task will quit normally if there's no client adapter available
- #1209: the 'wcVersion' command now adds a '.' to the prefix if it's missing
- #1213: added the 'diffSummarize' command
- #1079: improved handling of 'wcVersion' for unversioned pathes
- First version released by Joshua Frankamp
- Built against svnClientAdapter r4107, Subversion 1.5.x, SVNKit 1.2.x
- fixed remote info bug
- fixed svnkit exists task
- added cleanup task
- Built against svnClientAdapter r3957, Subversion 1.5, SVNKit 1.20 beta4
- Built against svnClientAdapter r2847, Subversion 1.4.2 and SVNKit 1.1.0
- renamed references to JavaSVN (former name of SVNKit)
- renamed the svn task attribute "javasvn" to "svnkit"
- Built against svnClientAdapter r2834 and Subversion 1.4.0,
incorporating numerous bug fixes and improvements from both.
- Added support for javasvn adapter
- Added the "url" option to <propget> command
- Added the "lastChangedDateProperty" to <status> command
- Added the "dateFormatter" attribute to <svn> task
- Added the "failonerror" attribute to <svn> task and svn selectors
- Added the <wcVersion> command
- Added the <log> command
- Added svn related selectors
- Added SvnFileSet type
- Added the force option to <add> command
This chapter provides some known issues which might be of interest when you're experiencing
Mutable Ant properties
Basically Ant properties aren't supposed to be changed. This means that their value
stays the same once they have been set. svnant doesn't take care of this so if
you're reusing property names you should be aware that they can be overwritten.
We won't change that behaviour since this is a historical result and modifying the
behaviour might cause issues on current build scripts.