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Is a ChangeLog file realistic if /lots/ of developers adding /lots/ of c
Is a ChangeLog file realistic if /lots/ of developers adding /lots/ of changes?
Wed, 18 Jun 2003 16:34:09 -0700
We have a software development lab with about 10 people submitting
changes to CVS sometimes almost daily. With so many little changes, our CVS log
entries are not very verbose.
If I did an acceptable ChangeLog, then that would mean I would
need an entry in right format for *each* of the many daily contributions.
I want to follow correct GNU style but this ChangeLog file just seems like
too much work. Doesn't everyone agree?
If you have any advice or ways to streamline the process I would very
much like to hear it.
P.S. By the way, I am aware that one can peel off the CVS log entries
to make ChangeLogs. The problem with this is that I believe that implies
I would have to have all CVS log entries in proper ChangeLog format.
and I could not just be sloppy with the zillion CVS contributions I do.
- Is a ChangeLog file realistic if /lots/ of developers adding /lots/ of changes?,