Moved lines are frequently annotated as deletes and adds but they can be shown as moved-from and moved-to instead. Like in this screenshot of Notepad++.
I want a live view of diffs while I am editing a file. vimdiff is able to do something I want, like highlighting the differences between two files. However there are two drawbacks of vimdiff that ...
I want to compare two files(say A and B) side by side(vertically) in in Vim. I open one of those two files(say A) and as per this answer in this site issue a Ctrl+w v . Now both the panels are showing ...
When comparing files, and updating a source code repository, I like to use vimdiff. To copy changes made from one file to the other, I usually use a key sequence like this:- Shift + V (select line) k ...
Is it possible to view two files side-by-side in Vim? If so, how can I set up my editor to do this, and is there a way to diff between the two files within Vim? I am aware of the :next and :prev ...