[arch-general] Any place where changes in testing are announced?

Peter Galiovsky peter at galiovsky.sk
Wed Apr 30 06:48:27 EDT 2008

Dan McGee __ 29.04.2008 01:17
> On Mon, Apr 28, 2008 at 6:05 PM, Scott Horowitz <stonecrest at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Mon, Apr 28, 2008 at 4:40 PM, Alessio Bolognino
>>  Considering this is the case, I'm with Peter - why not just
>>  automatically update the changelog from svn commit messages? Otherwise
>>  I'm having a hard time believing that packagers will ever start
>>  writing them...
> Well if a changelog consisting of:
> upgpkg: gimp 2.5.0-2
> upgpkg: gimp 2.5.0-1
> upgpkg: gimp 2.4.9-1
> upgpkg: gimp 2.4.8-1
> upgpkg: gimp 2.4.7-1
> helps you, then file a support request or something. I don't find it
> particularly helpful. But this ties SVN to package building, and you

Neither do I. I assumed "package's changes" (not upstream changes) were 
already being entered as SVN log entries.

> Speaking of which, maybe this will be helpful to some:
> http://archlinux.org/pipermail/arch-commits/

That could be helpful, thanks.


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