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svn2cl is an xsl stylesheet for generating a clasic GNU-style ChangeLog from a subversion repository log
svn2cl is an xsl stylesheet for generating a clasic GNU-style ChangeLog from a subversion repository log. svn2cl is made from several changelog-like scripts using common xslt constructs found in different places. This is just my implementation.
I made it because it was the only thing that I missed from cvs after I converted a repository to subversion. I used cvs2cl before.
Just unpack the tarball in some directory (e.g. /opt/svn2cl-0.3) and symlink the svn2cl.sh script in your path somewhere (e.g. ln -s /opt/svn2cl-0.3/svn2cl.sh /usr/local/bin/svn2cl).
Note: Be sure to keep the svn2cl.xsl file in the same directory as the svn2cl.sh script as the script looks for it there (symlinking is ok).
What's New in This Release:
Improvements and new options for adding information to the generated HTML.
An extra spacing option to add newlines in the ChangeLog.
Authors file format improvements.
Wrapping fixes with long lines and several other bugfixes.
The documentation now describes calling svn2cl from Ant.
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