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Vim remembers the locations where changes occurred. Each position (column
number, line number) is recorded in a change list, and each buffer has a
In the Vim way, "uu" undoes two changes. In the Vi-compatible way, "uu" does
nothing (undoes an undo). 'u' excluded, the Vim way: You can go back in time ...
Vim supports standard undo and redo, and also supports undo branches which
allow you to undo some changes, then make a new change, while keeping all ...
If you are using a console version of Vim, or dealing " with a file that changes
externally (e.g. a web server log) " then Vim does not always check to see if the
Apr 11, 2010 ... When you run this command, changesPlugin.vim diffs the current file agains its
saved file on disk and displays the changes in the first column.
Here is a function and command to see a diff between the currently edited file
and its unmodified version in the filesystem. Just put this in your vimrc or in the ...
Vim already maintains a list of numbered registers containing the last 9 deletes.
... cw - Changes the word and stores the previous value in the yankring.
To undo recent changes, use the undo command: u : undo last ... be undone.
Using undo branches, which explains Vim's unique and very powerful undo tree.
Vim can open multiple files, each in its own buffer. Here is how to save all
This starts Vim as usual, and additionally sets up for viewing the differences
between the ... Vim changes directory to /tmp to avoid files in the current directory