On Sat, Mar 25, 2017 at 04:15:39PM -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
> Andres Freund <and...@anarazel.de> writes:
> > Seems like it'd be good to standardize how we're declaring that a commit
> > contains backwards incompatible changes.  I've seen
> > - a lot of free-flow text annotations like "as a
> >   backward-incompatibility", "This makes a backwards-incompatible change"
> > Especially the latter are easy to miss when looking through the commit
> > log and I'd bet some get missed when generating the release notes.
> Bruce might have a different opinion, but for my own part I do not think
> it would make any difference in creating the release notes.  The important
> thing is that the information be there in the log entry, not exactly how
> it's spelled.

Yes, it doesn't matter as long as it is stated somehow.  I don't know of
any missing cases due to text differences.

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