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Compare two checkstyle reports

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We have the old project running up which is in enhancement and support phase and we have rolled out running checkstyle reports on the project . Since, it is an old project we have got a lot of checkstyle errors and warnings . Now we ensure that everytime we do new coding , we should not introduce new checkstyle errors and warnings .

For this release we have not only created new files but only modified the existing ones . So once we generated checkstyle report we could not segregate the old checkstyle issues with the new one and to manually get it is not feasible.

So is there any way to compare two checkstyle reports so that we can know how many checkstyle errors and warnings we have put in.

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