On 21 Aug 2007, at 19:51 , Andreas Jung wrote:
--On 20. August 2007 20:22:50 -0400 Stephan Richter
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On Saturday 18 August 2007 17:03, Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:
* Please also don't forget to add a changelog entry in README.txt,
especially if you're adding features. If there's no README.txt
is a good time to give it one. It should start out with a simple
paragraph and have at least one section called "Changes". You
use its contents as the long_description in setup.py. Other packages
(e.g. zope.proxy or zope.publisher) can serve as examples.
Why do the changes have to be part of the README file? That seems no
good. I think a separate file is much better.
I also prefer having separated files for the README and the changes.
You can easily concatenate both files within your setup.py to generate
the long_description. I doing this for my own projects.
I don't care *where* the changelog goes, as long as it's properly
maintained and preferrably shows up at the bottom of the CheeseShop
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