PyHistory maintains history entries for your project.
App to maintain history file for your project.
PyHistory maintains history entries in distributed work environment, which allows many developers to add/remove history entries between releases without conflicts.
pip install pyhistory
(All commands can start either with pyhistory or shortcut - pyhi.)
Add history entry:
$ pyhi add 'New feature' $ pyhi add Something
List history entries:
$ pyhi list * New feature * Something
Update your history file with entries for given release:
$ cat HISTORY.rst my project ========== 0.4.1 (2015-08-04) ++++++++++++++++++ * Added PyHistory to project. * Improved codebase. * Other features. $ pyhi update 0.4.2 $ cat HISTORY.rst my project ========== 0.4.2 (2015-08-05) ++++++++++++++++++ * Bug fixes * Change in API * Removed old features 0.4.1 (2015-08-04) ++++++++++++++++++ * Added PyHistory to project * Improved codebase * Other features
Delete selected entries:
$ pyhi delete 1. New feature 2. Something 3. Another one 4. Wrong one (Delete by choosing entries numbers.) $ pyhi delete 2 4 $ pyhi list * New feature * Another one
Clear all history:
$ pyhi clear Do you really want to remove all entries? [y/N]: y
Or without prompt:
$ pyhi clear --yes
You can adjust Pyhistory behaviour to your needs by setup.cfg file. Just put pyhistory section in there:
[pyhistory] history_dir = some_dir # 'history' by default history_file = myhistory.rst # 'HISTORY.rst' by default at_line = 42 # by default history will be injected after first headline
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.
|File Name & Checksum SHA256 Checksum Help||Version||File Type||Upload Date|
|pyhistory-2.0-py2.py3-none-any.whl (9.6 kB) Copy SHA256 Checksum SHA256||2.7||Wheel||Aug 7, 2015|
|pyhistory-2.0.tar.gz (18.8 kB) Copy SHA256 Checksum SHA256||–||Source||Aug 7, 2015|