I'm not a git expert but this is likely the way to go (other than pushing people
to report everything).
git log --pretty=format:"%h - %an, %ar : %s" *.ui
This command lists all patches that involves changes to ui files.
fd9b1fbcae5d - Ayhan Yalçınsoy, 2 days ago : tdf#137925: UI: Preferred user
2b9cf9778101 - Tomaž Vajngerl, 3 days ago : devtools: add a text view to show
the value of selected property
1beb97dfc2d8 - Tomaž Vajngerl, 7 days ago : devtools: show superclass tree in
interface and services tree view
On 18.03.21 02:01, Felipe Viggiano wrote:
My name is Felipe and I'm currently working with the LibreOffice
Documentation Team in the LO Guides updating.
Some of our colleagues noticed that there are some minor changes in some
dialogs that were not inserted in the Release Notes, perhaps they were so
small that they didn't need to be noted.
However, in terms of the Guides, for us it would be much better if the user
could see the dialog fully reproduced in the document, is there anywhere we
can have access to a list of all the dialogs that went through changes?
Dr. Heiko Tietze, UX-Designer and UX-Mentor
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