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Re: changelog format



Am 20.04.2009 20:23, schrieb Iain Arnell:
On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 7:55 PM, Michael Schwendt<mschwendt gmail com>  wrote:
Emacs/XEmacs users can use  M-x rpm-add-change-log-entry  as provided by
rpmdevtools.

vim users can use<LocalLeader>-c (without needing rpmdevtools - and
come nowhere close to "accidentally" hitting ctrl-alt-del)


Some additional info on this...
I have this in my .vimrc:
let g:packager = "Karsten Hopp <karsten redhat com>"
let g:spec_chglog_release_info = 1

As vim figures out the nvr automatically, the usual steps are
- bump release
- edit whatever in the spec file
- <LocalLeader>-c
- enter changelog text

This gets you a valid changelog entry with the correct date and nvr


   Karsten


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