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From robert burrell donkin <>
Subject Re: [digester] TO-DO for release 1.6
Date Wed, 14 Apr 2004 20:24:14 GMT
> * prepare release notes
>   I'm willing to do this if someone can give me some hints on the
>   most efficient way to do this...


by tradition, digester uses criag's way of preparing release notes. 
this means going through and collating the messages from each cvs 
commit message and cross indexing them into features and bug fixes. 
though a little labourious, it is a very good way of learning why good 
cvs comments are important :)

unfortunately, i do get a little lazy from time to time, so here's my 
prior apologies. (i will give detail instructions on the mechanics if 
you need them.)

betwixt uses continuous addition. this works out well (and plays very 
nicely with google) but does slow development. every feature is not 
only added, unit tested but also written up and added to the list of 
notes. both are good systems with different advantages.

- robert

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