Changelog Guidelines

Here you can find the general guidelines for maintaining the Changelog (or adding new entry). We follow the guidelines from Keep a Changelog with few additions.

Guiding Principles

  • Changelogs are for humans, not machines.
  • There should be an entry for every single version.
  • The same types of changes should be grouped.
  • Versions and sections should be linkable.
  • The latest version comes first.
  • The release date of each versions is displayed.
  • Mention whether you follow Semantic Versioning.
  • Keep an unreleased section at the top.
  • Add PR number and a GitHub tag at the end of each entry.
  • Each breaking change entry should have Breaking Change label at the beginning of this entry.
  • Breaking Change entries should be placed at the top of the section it’s in.

Types of changes

  • Added for new features.
  • Changed for changes in existing functionality.
  • Deprecated for soon-to-be removed features.
  • Removed for now removed features.
  • Fixed for any bug fixes.
  • Security in case of vulnerabilities.


[9.0.0] - 2017-09-04


  • Added tests for Single<Response> operators. #1229 by @freak4pc


  • Breaking Change Changed the TargetType so it doesn’t have parameters & parameterEncoding. Instead, task property offer similar functionalities. #1147 by @Dschee
  • Changed the Endpoint initializer so it doesn’t have default task argument. #1252 by @SD10