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Rewrites a CHANGELOG entry.
The entry is basically copy & paste of the commit message, but the CHANGELOG has a different purpose than Git history, it just communicates what is new: * No need to explain why did the bug happen (unless it is truly relevant). * No need to explain how was the bug fixed. * Whether the user gives new names to columns does not really matter, use of select to cherry-pick a column for example also presented that behaviour. Non-selected attributes are the key, either because they were not included in the selected list, or because they were but with a different alias. * In the case of an attribute alias, what you really want to depict is that respond_to? returns false for the original attribute name.
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