This category is for tips about using Vim with various Version Control Systems.
“Git is a distributed version control system. To use git from Vim, 5 packages are available:Using Git from Vim
“When editing a git commit message () you often won't start on the first line due to Vim...Always start on first line of git commit message
“git grep <pattern> searches for a pattern in a currently selected git branch. This adds :G...Git grep
“When using ClearCase for versioning, often you will view a specific version of a file like...Automatic file type detection with fully qualified ClearCase names
“I like using vim's diff mode for comparing different revisions of source code files. usually...Combining vimdiff with cvs diff
“If you use SubVersion for version control (http://subversion.tigris.org) you will naturally...Open SVN diff window
“If you use Vim on multiple computers/operating systems or have a copy of Vim installed on a USB...Version Control for Vimfiles
Pages in category "VersionControl"
The following 13 pages are in this category, out of 13 total.