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A conventional changelog for the rest of us
Right now, this package only supports the
clog distribution available for Mac. There are
other distributions available.
This is distributed as an
npm package (some say that stands for "Node Package Manager"). So you must have Node.js (or io.js) and npm installed.
Here are quick instructions on how to get those: http://blog.nodeknockout.com/post/65463770933/how-to-install-node-js-and-npm
Congratulations, you've opened your life to a whole new world of awesome tooling and other cool things :-)
Install this tool via
$ npm install -g clog
In your terminal, simply type
clog --help to get output of the options available.
See the official clog website for documentation on how to use
Here's the output when you type
clog v0.7.0 a conventional changelog for the rest of us USAGE: clog [FLAGS] [OPTIONS] FLAGS: --from-latest-tag use latest tag as start (instead of --from) -h, --help Prints help information --major Increment major version by one (Sets minor and patch to 0) --minor Increment minor version by one (Sets patch to 0) --patch Increment patch version by one -v, --version Prints version information OPTIONS: --from <from> e.g. 12a8546 -o, --outfile <outfile> Where to write the changelog (Defaults to 'changelog.md') -r, --repository <repository> e.g. https://github.com/thoughtram/clog --link-style <style> The style of repository link to generate, defaults to github [values: Github, Gitlab, Stash] --subtitle <subtitle> e.g. crazy-release-title --to <to> e.g. 8057684 (Defaults to HEAD when omitted) --setversion <ver> e.g. 1.0.1
Both this package and the
clog tool itself are MIT licensed.