Awesome Ruby has a "changelog" section under all projects. You can find it next to the "Repo" button in the header. There are two features that make it unique.

  1. It is an aggregation of parsed "CHANGELOG.md" files and releases information from Github. This way, it is easier to see all changes in a single place and a uniform style.
  2. All changelogs are "emojified". This helps with identifying each change easier. Emojification is achieved by parsing each line and applying a specific emoji based on the first word or some other tokens.

The combination of the above two makes gem changelogs on Awesome Ruby unique.

As you know, an example is worth a 1,000 words ๐Ÿš€

Changelog examples

  • rustyline 6.3.0 (September 13, 2020)

    ๐Ÿ”„ Changelog

    • ๐Ÿ›  Fix panic on Windows (#433)
    • ๐Ÿ›  Fix History::load (#409)
    • Vi: insert mode escape seq fallback to command mode (#416)
    • ๐Ÿ‘Œ Improve History::save (#412)
    • Handle SIGWINCH while calling move_cursor_at_leftmost (May fix #402)
    • โšก๏ธ Update nix to 0.18 (#428)
  • fontfinder 2.0.0 (September 09, 2020)

    It's bad practice to write a GTK application with reference counters (Rc / Arc) and locks (Mutex/RwLock).

    • Application events are now handled asynchronously with an async event loop running on the glib::MainContext
    • Widgets are no longer Rc'd, and are now exclusively owned by the event loop
    • Application State also no longer requires shared mutability, and is now exclusively owned by the event loop
    • ๐Ÿšฆ Signals now take flume::Sender<Event> to send events to the event loop
    • The fc-cache command is now handled asynchronously with async-process as well
    • โšก๏ธ Updated to the latest version of GTK-rs
  • MeiliSearch 0.14.1 (September 08, 2020)
    • Fix version mismatch in snapshot importation (#959)