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This is a mirror of http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=1881 Screenshot available at http://zevv.nl/play/code/vimscripts/ Introduction ------------ NOTE: This plugin is unix-only! An small vim 7.0 plugin for showing RCS diff information in a file while editing. This plugin runs a diff between the current buffer and the original file from the version control system, and shows coloured signs indicating where the buffer differs from the original file from the repository. The original text is not shown, only signs are used to indicate where changes were made. With proper key bindings configured, fast navigation between changed blocks is also provided. Despite the name 'svndiff' this plugin supports the following RCS systems: - Subversion - Git - Mercurial - Perforce / p4 - CVS - Fossil The type of RCS will be detected when first issuing a svndiff command on the file. The following symbols and syntax highlight groups are used for the signs: > DiffAdd: Newly added lines. (default=blue) ! DiffChange: Lines which are changed from the original. (default=cyan) < DiffDel: Applied to the lines directly above and below a deleted block (default=magenta) Usage ----- The plugin defines one function: Svndiff(). This function figures out the difference between the current buffer and it's RCS original, and adds the signs at the places where the buffer differs from the original file from svn or git. You'll need to call this function after making changes to update the highlighting. The function takes one argument specifying an additional action to perform: "prev" : jump to the previous different block "next" : jump to the next different block "clear" : clean up all signs You might want to map some keys to run the Svndiff function. For example, add to your .vimrc: noremap <F3> :call Svndiff("prev")<CR> noremap <F4> :call Svndiff("next")<CR> noremap <F5> :call Svndiff("clear")<CR> Configuration ------------- The following configuration variables are availabe: * g:svndiff_autoupdate If this variable is defined, svndiff will automatically update the signs when the user stops typing for a short while, and when leaving insert mode. This might slow things down on large files, so use with caution. The vim variable 'updatetime' can be used to set the auto-update interval, but note that changing this variable other effects as well. (refer to the vim docs for more info) To use, add to your .vimrc: let g:svndiff_autoupdate = 1 * g:svndiff_one_sign_delete Normally, two 'delete' signs are placed around the location where text was deleted. When this variable is defined, only one sign is placed, above the location of the deleted text. To use, add to your .vimrc: let g:svndiff_one_sign_delete = 1 Colors ------ Personally, I find the following colours more intuitive for diff colours: red=deleted, green=added, yellow=changed. If you want to use these colours, try adding the following lines to your .vimrc hi DiffAdd ctermfg=0 ctermbg=2 guibg='green' hi DiffDelete ctermfg=0 ctermbg=1 guibg='red' hi DiffChange ctermfg=0 ctermbg=3 guibg='yellow' Changelog --------- 1.0 2007-04-02 Initial version 1.1 2007-04-02 Added goto prev/next diffblock commands 1.2 2007-06-14 Updated diff arguments from -u0 (obsolete) to -U0 2.0 2007-08-16 Changed from syntax highlighting to using signs, thanks to Noah Spurrier for the idea. NOTE: the name of the function changed from Svndiff_show() to Svndiff(), so you might need to update your .vimrc mappings! 3.0 2008-02-02 Redesign with some ideas from Jan Bezdekovsky. The diff is only updated when the buffer actually changes, cleanup of signs is now done properly and some info about each diff block is printed in the status line. 3.1 2008-02-04 Fixed bug that broke plugin in non-english locales, thanks to Bernhard Walle for the patch 3.2 2008-02-27 The latest rewrite broke vim 6 compatiblity. The plugin is now simply disabled for older vim versions to avoid a lot of warnings when loading. 4.0 2008-11-24 Added GIT support. The RCS type is now detected (svn/git) 4.1 2008-11-25 Added CVS support. 4.2 2009-07-31 Added support for proper handling of non-unix file formats which use different newline conventions (dos, mac) 4.3 2010-05-08 Added support for Mercurial, fixed git support (thanks Frankovskyi Bogdan) 4.4 2011-03-30 Added support for perforce/p4 (thanks, Timandahaf) 4.5 2011-10-09 Bugfix when trying to use svndiff in a new fileless buffer (Frankovskyi Bogdan) 4.6 2012-06-02 Added support for the Fossil SCM (Andrea Federico Grisotto)