Old 12-11-2019, 08:03 PM   #1
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Default Plus vs Numeric sign changelog nomenclature

I've been wondering this for quite awhile now, looked for a pattern and haven't figured it out.

In the changelogs, what's the difference between the plus/green vs. numeric/blue entries.
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+ is for new features since last pre
# is for modification (typically, bug fixes)
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+ is for new features since last pre
# is for modification (typically, bug fixes)
That’s correct, but the devs’ use of those signs is not always consistent. It doesn’t matter much anyway.
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I'm not sure, but I'd guess anything starting with # is automatically removed from the changelog when the version is officially released.
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I've been wondering this for quite awhile now, looked for a pattern and haven't figured it out.

In the changelogs, what's the difference between the plus/green vs. numeric/blue entries.
Thanks for asking this, been meaning to do so myself for a while but always forget
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