A simple git command to make your next release note

To making a release note, which very important for any tester team who always need to know which feature of your package is updated or not, one of the best way to creating is to pull from git log by simple command below

— no-merges will cut off all unnecessary message for your log (basically all the merge commits)

— pretty for pretty message format ( find extra description in the Git — Viewing the Commit History (git-scm.com )

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