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No particular setup is needed for basic usage. Emacs checks for usage
 
No particular setup is needed for basic usage. Emacs checks for usage
 
of version control automatically when a file is being opened.
 
of version control automatically when a file is being opened.
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== Helpful key bindings ==
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; {{CommandKeys|C-x v +|vc-update}}
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: Update the current fileset's files to their tip revisions.
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; {{CommandKeys|C-x v =|vc-diff}}
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: Display diffs between file revisions in a buffer using [[diff-mode]].
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; {{CommandKeys|C-x v g|vc-annotate}}
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: Display the edit history of the current file.
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== Common customizations ==
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=== Automatically revert version-controlled buffers ===
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Since version controlled files tend to be changed outside of Emacs, it might be useful to automatically activate [[auto-revert-mode]].
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<source lang="lisp">
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;; Activate `auto-revert-mode' for version-controlled files
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(defadvice vc-find-file-hook (after auto-revert-mode-for-vc activate)
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  "vc-find-file-hook advice for activating `auto-revert-mode'"
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  (when vc-mode (auto-revert-mode 1)))
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</source>
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== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Latest revision as of 02:31, 4 April 2012

vc
Description Version control front end for emacs
Author several authors
Maintainer Andre Spiegel
Source http://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/emacs.git/tree/lisp/vc/
Part of Emacs yes

vc is a Version Control minor mode. This minor mode is automatically activated whenever a file is opened which is under any revision control system. It supports many different version control systems including git, bazaar, CVS and SVN etc. It gives a unique interface to Emacs irrespective of back end version control system in operation.

Basic setup[edit]

No particular setup is needed for basic usage. Emacs checks for usage of version control automatically when a file is being opened.


Helpful key bindings[edit]

[C-x v +] (or M-x vc-update)
Update the current fileset's files to their tip revisions.
[C-x v =] (or M-x vc-diff)
Display diffs between file revisions in a buffer using diff-mode.
[C-x v g] (or M-x vc-annotate)
Display the edit history of the current file.

Common customizations[edit]

Automatically revert version-controlled buffers[edit]

Since version controlled files tend to be changed outside of Emacs, it might be useful to automatically activate auto-revert-mode.

;; Activate `auto-revert-mode' for version-controlled files
(defadvice vc-find-file-hook (after auto-revert-mode-for-vc activate)
  "vc-find-file-hook advice for activating `auto-revert-mode'"
  (when vc-mode (auto-revert-mode 1)))


See Also[edit]