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Get rid of the gundo plugin

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mephraim committed Aug 19, 2011
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-*gundo.txt* Graph your undo tree so you can actually USE it.
-
-
- CURRENT STATUS: BETA
-
- IT MIGHT EAT YOUR DATA
-
- SERIOUSLY: IF YOU USE THIS PLUGIN, LOSE DATA AND COMPLAIN ABOUT IT
- I AM GOING TO MAKE FUN OF YOU ON TWITTER
-
-
-Making's Vim's undo tree usable by humans.
-
-==============================================================================
-1. Intro *Gundo-plugin* *Gundo*
-
-You know that Vim lets you undo changes like any text editor. What you might
-not know is that it doesn't just keep a list of your changes -- it keeps
-a goddamed |:undo-tree| of them.
-
-Say you make a change (call it X), undo that change, and then make another
-change (call it Y). With most editors, change X is now gone forever. With Vim
-you can get it back.
-
-The problem is that trying to do this in the real world is painful. Vim gives
-you an |:undolist| command that shows you the leaves of the tree. Good luck
-finding the change you want in that list.
-
-Gundo is a plugin to make browsing this ridiculously powerful undo tree less
-painful.
-
-==============================================================================
-2. Usage *GundoUsage*
-
-We'll get to the technical details later, but if you're a human the first
-thing you need to do is add a mapping to your |:vimrc| to toggle the undo
-graph: >
-
- nnoremap <F5> :GundoToggle<CR>
-
-Change the mapped key to suit your taste. We'll stick with F5 because that's
-what the author uses.
-
-Now you can press F5 to toggle the undo graph and preview pane, which will
-look something like this: >
-
- Undo graph File
- +-----------------------------------+------------------------------------+
- | " Gundo for something.txt [1] |one |
- | " j/k - move between undo states |two |
- | " <cr> - revert to that state |three |
- | |five |
- | @ [5] 3 hours ago | |
- | | | |
- | | o [4] 4 hours ago | |
- | | | | |
- | o | [3] 4 hours ago | |
- | | | | |
- | o | [2] 4 hours ago | |
- | |/ | |
- | o [1] 4 hours ago | |
- | | | |
- | o [0] Original | |
- +-----------------------------------+ |
- | --- 3 2010-10-12 06:27:35 PM | |
- | +++ 5 2010-10-12 07:38:37 PM | |
- | @@ -1,3 +1,4 | |
- | one | |
- | two | |
- | three | |
- | +five | |
- +-----------------------------------+------------------------------------+
- Preview pane
-
-Your current position in the undo tree is marked with an '@' character. Other
-nodes are marked with an 'o' character.
-
-When you toggle open the graph Gundo will put your cursor on your current
-position in the tree. You can move up and down the graph with the j and
-k keys.
-
-You can move to the top of the graph (the newest state) with gg and to the
-bottom of the graph (the oldest state) with G.
-
-As you move between undo states the preview pane will show you a unified diff
-of the change that state made.
-
-Pressing enter on a state will revert the contents of the file to match that
-state.
-
-Pressing P while on a state will initiate "play to" mode targeted at that
-state. This will replay all the changes between your current state and the
-target, with a slight pause after each change. It's mostly useless, but can be
-fun to watch and see where your editing lags -- that might be a good place to
-define a new mapping to speed up your editing.
-
-Pressing q while in the undo graph will close it. You can also just press your
-toggle mapping key.
-
-==============================================================================
-3. License *GundoLicense*
-
-GPLv2+. Look it up.
-
-==============================================================================
-4. Bugs *GundoBugs*
-
-If you find a bug please post it on the issue tracker:
-http://bitbucket.org/sjl/gundo.vim/issues?status=new&status=open
-
-==============================================================================
-5. Contributing *GundoContributing*
-
-Think you can make this plugin better? Awesome. Fork it on BitBucket or GitHub
-and send a pull request.
-
-BitBucket: http://bitbucket.org/sjl/gundo.vim/
-GitHub: http://github.com/sjl/gundo.vim/
-
-==============================================================================
-6. Credits *GundoCredits*
-
-The graphing code was all taken from Mercurial, hence the GPLv2+ license.
-
-The plugin was heavily inspired by histwin.vim, and the code for scratch.vim
-helped the author get started.
-
-==============================================================================
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