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git changelog

 
Generate a changelog report from repository commits and tags. Part of git-extras. More information: https://github.com/tj/git-extras/blob/master/Commands.md#git-changelog.
 
  • Update existing file or create a new History.md file with the commit messages since the latest Git tag:
     
    git changelog
     
  • List commits from the current version:
     
    git changelog --list
     
  • List a range of commits from the tag named 2.1.0 to now:
     
    git changelog --list --start-tag {{2.1.0}}
     
  • List pretty formatted range of commits between the tag 0.5.0 and the tag 1.0.0:
     
    git changelog --start-tag {{0.5.0}} --final-tag {{1.0.0}}
     
  • List pretty formatted range of commits between the commit 0b97430 and the tag 1.0.0:
     
    git changelog --start-commit {{0b97430}} --final-tag {{1.0.0}}
     
  • Specify CHANGELOG.md as the output file:
     
    git changelog {{CHANGELOG.md}}
     
  • Replace contents of current changelog file entirely:
     
    git changelog --prune-old

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