This repository and tool is deprecated and I don't advice you to use it. Instead try devist which is a fork of this tool and creates a much reusable changelog. Spread the news, Devist is also open source and written in Ruby, available here.
If you really want to use Vicilog, everything is left at stable version. Just follow the documentation.
Vicilog is a small tool that recreate a release notes built on Github idea. It offers a really easy-to-use command-line interface, and based on your input Vicilog can be used as professional realase system (or that is what Vicilog is heading to). The best news? It is open-source based on GNU General Public License V2.0.
Creditzz: @Ox0dea from #ruby @ freenode
Usage: vicilog --help | usage instruction vicilog --new | new project vicilog --new project name vicilog --comp | compile project vicilog --comp project name vicilog --abt | show about vicilog --tag | list all tags vicilog --v | show version info
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cd ~ git clone https://github.com/duraki/vicilog.git
Optionally, you may create a symbolic link in /usr/local/bin.
Release notes (powered by Vicilog)
Support, Bugs, And Feature Requests
Create issues here in GitHub (https://github.com/duraki/vicilog/issues)
License & Legal
Coded by deviltux. Licensed under the GNU General Public v2 license.
Contribution welcome! :-)