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created 2007 · complexity basic · author Rex Kerr · version 5.7


Tortoise SVN is the best Subversion GUI available. That said, it would be nice if you could launch the various commands from within Vim so that you don't have to go back to Explorer to get the context menu. Here are some mappings that work on the current buffer.

" Save the current buffer and execute the Tortoise SVN interface's diff program
map <silent> ,tdiff :w<CR>:silent !"C:\Progra~1\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoiseProc.exe /command:diff /path:"%" /notempfile /closeonend"<CR>

" Save the current buffer and execute the Tortoise SVN interface's log
map <silent> ,tlog :w<CR>:silent !"C:\Progra~1\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoiseProc.exe /command:log /path:"%" /notempfile /closeonend"<CR>

" Save the current buffer and execute the Tortoise SVN interface's revision graph
map <silent> ,trevs :w<CR>:silent !"C:\Progra~1\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoiseProc.exe /command:revisiongraph epath:"%" /notempfile /closeonend"<CR>

" Save the current buffer and execute the Tortoise SVN interface's blame program
map <silent> ,tblame :call TortoiseBlame()<CR>

function! TortoiseBlame()
  " Save the buffer
  silent execute(':w')
  " Now run Tortoise to get the blame dialog to display
  let filename = expand("%")
  let linenum = line(".")
  silent execute('!C:\Progra~1\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoiseProc.exe /command:blame /path:"' . filename . '" /line:' . linenum . ' /notempfile /closeonend')
endfunction

Others can be added very simply by using these as a template. The command line options are documented at http://tortoisesvn.net/docs/release/TortoiseSVN_en/tsvn-automation.html

CommentsEdit

I use Vim from within bash on Windows XP and had to switch the path's to be more cygwin compliant. I also switched some of the double quotes to single quotes. Everything works great except that it takes forever to build my revision graph. Here's my slight changes. I also used a different mapping than above, but that just a preference of mine:

" Save current buffer and diff the file using Tortoise SVN
map <unique> <silent> <Leader>td :w<CR>:silent !'/C/Program Files/TortoiseSVN/bin/TortoiseProc.exe' /command:diff /path:'%' /notempfile /closeonend<CR>

" Save current buffer and launch Tortoise SVN's revision graph
map <unique> <silent> <Leader>tr :w<CR>:silent!'/C/Program Files/TortoiseSVN/bin/TortoiseProc.exe' /command:revisiongraph epath:'%' /notempfile /closeonend<CR>

" Save the current buffer and execute the Tortoise SVN interface's blame program
map <unique> <Leader>tb :call TortoiseBlame()<CR>

" Save the current buffer and execute the Tortoise SVN interface's log
map <unique> <silent> <Leader>tl :w<CR>:silent !'/c/Program Files/TortoiseSVN/bin/TortoiseProc.exe' /command:log /path:'%' /notempfile /closeonend<CR>

function! TortoiseBlame()
  " Save the buffer
  silent execute(':w')
  " Now run Tortoise to get the blame dialog to display
  let filename = expand("%")
  let linenum = line(".")
  execute('!/C/Progra~1/TortoiseSVN/bin/TortoiseProc.exe /command:blame /path:' . filename . ' /line:' . linenum . ' /notempfile /closeonend')
endfunction

And for those who want to use Vim from Tortoise:

Go to tortoisesvn, settings

Diff viewer : gvim -d %base %mine

Diff viewer in tab in running vim: gvim --remote-tab +"vert diffsplit %base" "%mine"

Merge Tool : gvim -c":tabnew %merged" -d  %theirs %mine


Commit all currently open files (buffers) using TortoiseSVN:

func! CommitSVNAll()
	let buflist = []
	for b in range(1, bufnr('$'))
		if buflisted(b) && filereadable(bufname(b))
			call add(buflist, fnamemodify(bufname(b), ':p'))
		endif
	endfor
	let files = join(buflist, '*')
	if files != ''
		silent exec '!start "C:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoiseProc.exe" /command:commit /path:"'.files.'" /closeonend:4'
	else
		call confirm('No files loaded')
	endif
endfunc

call CommitSVNAll()
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