[Esapi-user] Differences between ESAPI 2.0_rc11and rc10

Chris Schmidt chrisisbeef at gmail.com
Thu Apr 7 10:11:42 EDT 2011


That's my bad - however if you download the zip, and point your browser at the extracted site dir, you will find an HTML formatted changelist built from svn

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On Apr 7, 2011, at 7:00 AM, "Kevin W. Wall" <kevin.w.wall at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 04/07/2011 06:45 AM, Irial Conroy wrote:
>> Thanks Kevin,
>> 
>> However, in order to use rc11 I need to go through a formal approval
>> process
>> So I need the full list of changes.
> 
> Understood. See below to see if this helps. If not, email me off list.
> 
>> If they are not currently listed womehere I'm presuming I may have to step
>> through the following:
>> http://code.google.com/p/owasp-esapi-java/source/list
>> ..but I'd prefer not to have to!
> 
> Hmmm... usually Jim or Chris at a CHANGELOG to the zip distribution
> file, but I see it's not there this time.
> 
> If you have Subversion installed on one of your systems where you
> can access it from the *nix shell, you can get a crude CHANGELOG
> like this:
> 
>        # Date 2,0rc10 was released
>    startDate=2010-10-18
>        # Date 2.0rc11 was released
>    endDate=2011-03-27
>    svn log -v -r{"${startDate} 00:00:00"}:{"${endDate} 00:00:00"} \
>        http://owasp-esapi-java.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/
> 
> The formatting is a bit crude, but that will show you all commits
> betw rc10 and rc11, including the commit comments. (Irial: Note, if you don't
> have a place where you can access SVN from the command line, let me know
> off-list and I'll run it for you and send it to you in a private email.)
> 
> 
> Jim, Chris: Should we perhaps just upload a crude CHANGELOG and call it
>    something like esapi-2.0_rc11.CHANGELOG.txt, or is the change log
>    in one of the other distro files that I didn't look in, such as the
>    esapi-2.0_rc11-config.zip file???  IMO, we really should be doing this
>    AND "release notes" which summarizes the major changes.
> 
> HTH,
> -kevin
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