[typo] How to find out what changes in each trunk release
gpsnospam at gmail.com
Mon Jan 9 10:44:11 EST 2006
Actually, if I think about it, taking a look at the files in db/
migrate I can pick out the major changes that have taken place if I
wanted to list the enhancements. I pull the recent change feed from
Trac and that's the same info as looking at svn log. Just that the
changes are presented well in the admin migration UI and wondered if
there was an easy way to recreate that after migration.
Jumped from r762 to r822 so there were a lot of changes included :)
On 9 Jan 2006, at 15:29, Scott Laird wrote:
> On Jan 9, 2006, at 6:32 AM, Gary Shewan wrote:
>> I should really make a note from the admin UI what has changed when I
>> do a trunk jump, but (saving me a grep) is it stored in one of the
>> files in /migrate so I can check what's updated at any time?
> The files in dm/migrate describe the database changes made, but
> that's probably not what you're looking for. The best source for
> this information are the change messages attached to each commit.
> Look at the timeline on the Trac site for a web-based overview, or
> use 'svn log'.
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