svk & vim

April 10, 2009 — 1 Comment

>My SCM of choice for FreeBSD-related projects is SVK (it’s much faster then subversion and provides offline access to repo history, easy branching/merging and so on). And my editor of choice is vim. And it turns out vim doesn’t highlight svk commit files. What a shame. No bright colors for happy hacker who is about to commit clean and robust code (or break buildworld, whatever). So I spent 20 minutes of tweaking svn.vim and produced this.

It’s a syntax file for svk-commit* and two functions to place file under/out of SVK control (just like in perforce one can tweak commit file to select which files will be committed and which won’t).

gonzo

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One response to svk & vim

  1. >maybe you should/could send it upstream

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