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
“If you use SubVersion for version control (http://subversion.tigris.org) you will naturally...Open SVN diff window
“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
“If you use Vim on multiple computers/operating systems or have a copy of Vim installed on a USB...Version Control for Vimfiles
“Under Windows, you can use TortoiseCVS along with Vim/GVim as the diff tool of choice: Create a...Integrate Vim diff with TortoiseCVS
“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
“git grep <pattern> searches for a pattern in a currently selected git branch. This adds :G...Git grep
Pages in category "VersionControl"
The following 13 pages are in this category, out of 13 total.