So I guess the fog fix is the last thing left now that the tabs are working.
Also, Ben, I agree with you about not needing to give credit for specific
features. It's realy not nessasary. I also agree that the format would be
better broken up into features and bug fixes, etc. like you said. The only
thing that I didn't like about your changelog is that it had previous
changes. While a think a developer change log would need this I think the
features.xml file is mostly ment for stuff thats changed since last release.
I propose we keep a developer log like your example and insert the
features.xml stuff into it every release.
> On Fri, 2003-11-21 at 20:42, Baleno wrote:
> > Everyone should check out the features.xml and make sure everything is in
> > there and correct.
> A suggestion from the peanut gallery: features.xml is nice, but I find
> it awfully hard to read. Maybe it could reorganized, grouped by "new
> features", "bug fixes", etc. IMO, it's not even worth giving credit to
> specific people; 'cvs log' will always reveal that.
> Here's an example of a 'changes' file that the Subversion project uses,
> just as food for thought. Scroll down a bit and take a look at how it's
> organized... each release is grouped into "user visible" vs. "developer
> visible" changes, and for easy absorption, just one line per item:
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