I have just taken over this add on, and am still learning the ins and outs of Lua. Everything should currently work as of 12-15-2010. If you have any comments, issues, or suggestions, please direct them appropriately.
Craft DB keeps track of crafter on your server. Whenever you open a profession link, the skills and the name of the crafter will be saved and can be displayed when needed. If you are looking for that Blade Ward enchant and can't remember wo has the recipe, you can use CraftDB to look who has it.
Craft DB will display names in different colors if they are online, offline, in your guild, on your friendlist or just some random guy who posted his profession into the trade channel
As soon as you open a profession window (either your own, or from a link), Craft DB will scan all the available recipes and saves them and the name of the person for later use.
Craft DB provides a LibDataBroker launcher to open the windows.
If you don't have a LibDataBroker display addon installed, you can use /craftdb or /cdb to open Craft DB.
When you enter something into the search box, Craft DB will perform a search on the currently selected profession and only displays the matching spell names.
Features and Bugs
If you have a feature request of find a bug please us the WowAce ticket system to report them.
r20 (beta) added text change log file to main folder.
r19 (beta) is up. Started fix on errors reported in chat frame (TradeID xxxxx not found) xxxxx represents specific number associated to link you tried to open. <Continue to open tickets for specific ID's not found>
r18 (release) Functioning copy reinstated under new Author/Manager.
r20 | gorilivan | 2010-12-16 18:43:38 +0000 (Thu, 16 Dec 2010) | 1 line
You don't need to (and shouldn't) hard-include a changelog. Each time the packager generates a ZIP file for your addon, it automatically includes a changelog file. You can verify this yourself by downloading the newest file from your project page; it includes both the r18 changelog which you hard-included, and the r20 changelog included by the packager.