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Maven 1: Integrating SVN history with project documentation generated by "maven site"

 
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Hello world,

I would like to publish my project´s SVN history within the project site documentation, which is generated with

Is this possible? Or is there any other way to create an HTML site out of the SVN history?

Thank you, greetings,

Jan Hartmann
 
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Jan, welcome to Java Ranch!

Sounds like a worthwhile report to have, in which case I suspected that someone might have already written something like this, so I did some googling and found this: http://code.google.com/p/maven-svn-reporter/
Let me know how that works for you.
 
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Hello Peter,

thank you for the link you sent. The plugin maven-svn-reporter seems to be written for Maven 2. I copied the plugin's JAR file into maven/plugins and put the XML code into my POM.XML.

Then I entered

and Maven answered:


I am going to copy the SVN comments for each revision manually now (about 15 lines only). That seems to be faster in that case, but thank you again. That tool seems to be interesting for future Maven 2/3 projects.

Greetings
Jan
 
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