“C-x v a” from emacs with some success in the past.
Of course this is no help at all if you’re not using emacs.
From the emacs help:
C-x v a runs the command vc-update-change-log
which is an interactive compiled Lisp function in `vc’.
(vc-update-change-log &rest ARGS)
Find change log file and add entries from recent version control logs.
Normally, find log entries for all registered files in the default
With prefix arg of C-u, only find log entries for the current buffer’s file.
With any numeric prefix arg, find log entries for all currently visited
files that are under version control. This puts all the entries in the
log for the default directory, which may not be appropriate.
From a program, any ARGS are assumed to be filenames for which
log entries should be gathered.
On Mon, 2004-03-29 at 15:56, John Hunter wrote:
Steve Chaplin rightly pointed out on matplotlib-users that the
CHANGELOG is not being updated. So I'm going to make a renewed effort
to do this, and I urge others who make CVS commits to do the same.
Is there a good way to automate this, so that the -m messages with
commits automatically get added to the CHANGELOG, or some other trick?
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