>>>>>"Hrvoje" == Hrvoje Niksic <hniksic(a)srce.hr> writes:
Hrvoje> When a changelog addition is not needed, it's not needed. For
Hrvoje> example, none of my NEWS patches contain a changelog entry.
Hrvoje> Why? Because it's not needed.
But only if you *add* entries (like Changes in XEmacs-21.0).
I would vote for the following scheme:
ChangeLog entries are always required, except for:
* Fixing typos in comments (IMHO, they should be ChangeLogged in user
visible parts, e.g., NEWS, docstrings, texi files).
* changing code indentation (probably spacing in general)
* Adding (but only adding!) things to the "history part" of files,
e.g., the ChangeLog file itself, the "Changes in XEmacs-X.Y" of NEWS,
Changing comments should be ChangeLogged, because they should have a
reason :-) (except typos, see above)
I guess, this is more a "yes" vote...