* Generating python elements
-* Saving locations and texts
-* Adding `.ropeproject` folder
+* Memorizing locations and texts
+* Added `.ropeproject` folder
* Saving history across sessions
* Saving object data to disk
* Incremental ObjectDB validation
* Inlining `staticmethod`\s
+* Setting ignored resources patterns
+Maybe the most notable change in this release is the addition of a new
+folder in projects for holding configurations and other informations
+for a project. Its default name is ``.ropeproject``, but it can be
+changed in ``~/.rope`` or `Project` constructor (if using rope as a
+library). You can also force rope not to make such a folder by using
+`None` instead of a `str`.
+Currently it is used for these perposes:
+* There is a ``config.py`` file in this folder in which you can change
+ project configurations. Look at the default ``config.py`` file,
+ that is created when there is none available, for more information.
+ When a project is open you can edit this file using ``"Edit Project
+ config.py"`` action or ``C-x p c``.
+* It can be used for saving project history, so that the next time you
+ open the project you can see and undo past changes. If you're new
+ to rope use ``"Project History"`` (``C-x p h``) for more
+* It can be used for saving object information. Before this release
+ all object information where kept in memory. Saving them on disk
+ has two advantages. First, rope will need less memory and second,
+ the calculated and collected information is not thrown away each
+ time you close a project.
+You can change what to save and what not to in the ``config.py`` file.
+Since files on disk change overtime project object DB might hold
+invalid information. Currently there is a basic incremental object DB
+validation that can be used to remove or fix out of date information.
+Rope uses this feature by default but you can disable it by editing
+``config.py``. Other interesting features related to rope's object DB
+and object inference are planned for ``0.5`` release. So if you're
+interested keep waiting!
+The generate element actions make python elements. You have to move
+on an element that does not exist and perform one of these generate
+Calling generate function on `my_print` (``C-c n f``) will result in:
+It handle methods, static methods, classes, variables, modules, and
+packages, too. Generate element actions use ``C-c n`` prefix.
+Rope can now save locations or strings in memory. These are similar
+to emacs's bookmarks and registers. These actions use ``C-x m``