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svnTools : Launch subversion commands from vim, get results and display on screen.

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created by
Javier Puigdevall
 
script type
utility
 
description
Allows to launch several svn commands from within vim.

Use :Svnh to show a command help.

Commands:
:Svni                 : get current revision info.
:Svnif                : get current file revision info.

:Svnbl                : get blame of current file.
:Svnblv               : get verbose blame of current file.

:Svnl [NUMB]          : get subversion log."
:Svnls PATTERN [NUMB] : log search pattern.
:Svnlf FILEPATH       : show file log."

:Svndf                : get diff of changes on current file.
:Svndd                : get diff of changes on current directory.
:Svnda                : get diff of changes on current workind directory.

:Svnvda               : open all files' svn changes with vimdiff.
:Svnvdf               : open current file's svn changes with vimdiff.
:Svnvdd               : open current directory's svn changes with vimdiff.
:Svnvdr REV           : show revision log and open the selected revision changes with vimdiff.
:Svnvdc DIR1 DIR2     : show differences between two sandbox.

:Svnr REV             : get diff of selected revision number.
:Svncr REV            : cat revision number.
 
install details
Minimum version: Vim 7.0+
Recomended version: Vim 8.0+

Plugin jobs.vim needed in order to launch the svn commands in background.

Simplest method:
- Just unzip to your .vim folder.

Plugin manager:
- Either vim-pathogen or Vundle are recommended.
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
svnTools.tar.gz 1.01 2020-06-22 7.0 Javier Puigdevall Initial upload
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