Indermohan Singh
Jul 30, 2021 ⋅ 6 min read

Automatically generate and release a changelog using Node.js

Indermohan Singh JavaScript developer interested in Angular, RxJS, and Ionic framework.

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4 Replies to "Automatically generate and release a changelog using Node.js"

  1. Often our team will make commits on each feature or developer branch, sometimes these may be work in progress changes. Such as committing work at the end of the day even though it isn’t feature complete or other various reasons. How does this workflow fit in with partially feature complete commits? It doesn’t make sense to follow this for every commit when all that matters to us is the squashed commit for release. Can this workflow only be applied to named branches? Would love to see and edit or follow-up on this related area.

    1. Thanks Ash. That’s a good question.

      1. You can always use a commit message which has the conventional commit structure but doesn’t have details. E.g: “type: WIP”. Here type can be feat, fix, chore and so on.

      2. Before you merge the feature branch then you clean the commit messages and merge.
      3. From there on, it’s like mentioned in the article.

      I hope it helps. I’d be interested in writing a follow up article.


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