Create a suggested CHANGELOG from your git repos logs
Writing CHANGELOGs can be a grueling task but git logs can help you create a suggested CHANGELOG. The intention of this tool is to remove some of the grunt work involved checking diffs to write CHANGELOGs.
You can install changelog-suggest through pip:
pip install changelog-suggest
Command line usage:
usage: changelog [-h] -s START [-e END] -v VERSION [-i ISSUE] [-u ISSUE_URL_PREFIX] Publish suggested CHANGELOG from git commits optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -s START, --start START Enter commit/tag/branch you want CHANGELOG from -e END, --end END Enter commit/tag/branch you want CHANGELOG to. Default value is set to `master` branch -v VERSION, --version VERSION Enter new version number for the CHANGELOG -i ISSUE, --issue ISSUE Enter issue ID pattern. Should be a regex pattern to look for -u ISSUE_URL_PREFIX, --issue-url-prefix ISSUE_URL_PREFIX Enter issue URL prefix. If your issues are on github then it could be https://github.com/<username >/<repository-name>/issues/<issue-number>
MIT (See LICENSE)
Again, this command line tool creates a suggested CHANGELOG. So use it at your discretion. It is advisable to add more information to your CHANGELOG once you have created it through this command line utility. Better advice can be found here.
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