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A changelog generator for gitmoji convention

yvonnickfrin profile image 🦁 Yvonnick FRIN Updated on ・2 min read

gitmoji-changelog (2 Part Series)

1) A changelog generator for gitmoji convention 2) gitmoji-changelog v2 is out 🎉

gitmoji

It is a commit message convention created by Carlos Cuesta 😎. It describes the purpose of this convention on gitmoji's repository on GitHub:

Gitmoji is an initiative to standardize and explain the use of emojis on GitHub commit messages.

Using emojis on commit messages provides an easy way of identifying the purpose or intention of a commit with only looking at the emojis used. As there are a lot of different emojis I found the need of creating a guide that can help to use emojis easier.

gitmoji-changelog

With Benjamin Petetot and Fabien Juif we worked on a command line tool that generates changelog files for javascript projects following gitmoji convention. We simply named it gitmoji-changelog 😀.

gitmoji-changelog usage

Here is an example of generated changelog using gitmoji-changelog

You can find out more about usage on our repository 👌!

2.0 is in alpha 🎉

gitmoji-changelog is still evolving. We are currently working on a version 2.0.0 💪 It is already available in alpha 🎉

You can find out new features in our changelog 😉!

To test it you can install the alpha version:

npm install -g gitmoji-changelog@alpha

Feedback or ideas are appreciated 🙏 Please tweet me if you have questions @YvonnickFrin!

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gitmoji-changelog (2 Part Series)

1) A changelog generator for gitmoji convention 2) gitmoji-changelog v2 is out 🎉

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Open source advocate at @ZenikaIT. I'm a @NantesJS meetup co-organizer on my spare time.

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Just discovered Gitmoji, love it 👀