A while ago I believed that the only way to see the changelog for a specific package update (at least the convenient way) was via a graphic tool such GNOME Software or dnfdragora.
After a while searching I found out about dnf updateinfo. So, I wanted to write an article presenting dnf updateinfo as an option for users who want to read those changelogs easily via the terminal as it’s possible that some users aren’t aware of this command’s existence.
So, the article would:
mention how the changelog effectively comes from the rpm spec, with a specific part of the spec responsible for that
present the three commands: dnf updateinfo, dnf updateinfo list and dnf updateinfo info, explaining what each one does
demonstrate the commands output with a fresh toolbox container of Fedora 34
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