That is a good idea. I haven’t liked the CommandLineUtils. I created Nathan
I have my own liquibase command client, mostly to allow me to define my database connection properties in my own idiosyncratic way.
Because of this I often use CommandLineUtils to execute liquibase commands. In the 2.0 days that was pretty easy because most utils had only a few parameters and they didn’t change often. In 3.0 and 3.1 you offer a much wider array of options and frequently introduce no ones. This is a great developement but it causes a small problem whenever I upgrade.
If you used a “builder pattern” in lieu or in additon to a fixed set of parameters it would make it much easier to stay current.
public static void doDiffToChangeLog(String changeLogFile,
and DiffOutputControl and snapshotTypes would become whatever the default is unless I explicitly set them.