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CurtyCurt says

Are any authors using change log software to automate the creation of a change log? Would love to hear what others are using and suggest

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JamiGibbs says

My changelog software is Notepad. :)

I’m not sure that anything complicated is needed for files sold here but I guess I can see a need for larger applications.

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organicbee says

yup textedit and I keep a physical binder so when I change something on a project I make a note

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Parallelus says

Notepad++ http://notepad-plus-plus.org/

Although I wonder if the git client I just started using will generate this for me?

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CurtyCurt says

@Jami & @OrganicBeeMedia Yup that is what I am doing now, but I have 100 changes in a new release to images/scripts/css files and it just seems extremely unproductive to do a changelog by hand.

@Parallelus ...first off I am a huge fan, bought your unite theme several times last year and LOVE your design work, truely inspired! Im using ++ as well, I will have to check out the git client, didn’t think of that. Thanks!

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Parallelus says
CurtyCurt said
@Parallelus ...first off I am a huge fan, bought your unite theme several times last year and LOVE your design work, truely inspired! Im using ++ as well, I will have to check out the git client, didn’t think of that. Thanks!

Thanks! :)

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bitfade says
CurtyCurt said
@Jami & @OrganicBeeMedia Yup that is what I am doing now, but I have 100 changes in a new release to images/scripts/css files and it just seems extremely unproductive to do a changelog by hand. @Parallelus ...first off I am a huge fan, bought your unite theme several times last year and LOVE your design work, truely inspired! Im using ++ as well, I will have to check out the git client, didn’t think of that. Thanks!
use git: as soon as you get used to it, you’ll be wondering how the heck you managed to work without it before.
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CurtyCurt says

Downloading Now!! Can’t wait, sounds awesome. Thanks guys!

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