Separate your changelog from commit messages without conflicts.
- File based changelog management keeps your commit history and release notes separate.
- Track changes while you work while the knowledge is fresh.
- Extensive configuration options to fit your project.
- Language and framework agnostic using a single go binary.
- User documentation is available on the website.
- Specifically, the guide is a good place to start.
- There is also a Changie GitHub Action available.
- Changie's Changelog is generated by itself.
- Examples contains a few configurations and video examples.
Use the discussions page for help requests and how-to questions.
Please open GitHub issues for bugs and feature requests. File an issue before creating a pull request, unless it is something simple like a typo.
Want to Contribute?
If you want to contribute through code or documentation, the Contributing guide is the place to start. If you need additional help create an issue or post on discussions.
Semantic Version Compatibility
Changie is focused around the CLI and its configuration options and aims to keep existing CLI commands and options suported in major versions. It is possible to use Changie as a dependent package but no support or compability is guaranteed.
Distributed under the MIT License.
There is no documentation for this package.