chad at chadfowler.com
Tue May 4 07:51:42 EDT 2004
On 4/5/2004, at 7:43 AM, Gavin Sinclair wrote:
> I noticed with pleasure the introduction of a ChangeLog with the
> latest release. Obviously this was automatically generated. Shall we
> keep it up to date ourselves in the future? I vote yes; it's nice to
> have one place to see what's been going on.
> As an aside, this is my procedure for committing to Ruby itself, and
> other projects that use a ChangeLog:
> 1. Make the changes.
> 2. Write a ChangeLog entry.
> 3. 'head ChangeLog'.
> 4. Copy and paste the entry (not including date) and use that as the
> commit log for all the changes, including ChangeLog.
> That way, the scope of the changes can be seen in the ChangeLog itself
> as well as in the CVS logs.
> What say you?
Sounds good to me. I created the ChangeLog and then forgot to update
it as I've fixed things since then :)
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