Changelogger shows the latest changelog right on the plugin listing page, whenever there's a plugin ready to be updated.
The 20th of June 2009 was the day when changelogs found their way into readme.txt files of plugins in the WordPress plugin repository. Thanks to Peter Westwood und Mdawaffe a new version of the readme.txt example file was available online that had an example of the changelog in action.
For many many people a changelog is a very important thing; it is all about justifying to your users why they should upgrade to the latest version of a plugin. Changelogger shows the latest changelog right on the plugin listing page, whenever there's a plugin ready to be updated.
Note: The inline changelog on a plugin update shows up if the plugin author added a changelog section based on the new readme.txt example file to their plugin's readme file.
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Requires: 2.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.3.1
Last Updated: 2015-4-30
Active Installs: 500+
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