API for working with Rails CHANGELOG files. It grabs Rails CHANGELOGs from teh githubs and parses it to give you a Changelog object which has many Releases, which have many Entries.
gem install railslog
require 'railslog' changelog = Railslog.fetch('activerecord') # => <Railslog::Changelog releases:77> release = changelog.releases # => <Railslog::Release version:3.0.7 date:2011-04-18> release.date # => #<Date: 2011-04-18 (4911339/2,0,2299161)> entry = release.entries.first # => <Railslog::Entry author:Durran Jordan text:Destroying records via nes...> entry.author # => "Durran Jordan" entry.text # => "Destroying records via nested attributes works independent of reject_if LH #6006 [Durran Jordan]\n"
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