vimdiff  - edit two, three or four versions of a file with Vim and show


   vimdiff [options] file1 file2 [file3 [file4]]



   Vimdiff starts Vim on two (or three or four) files.  Each file gets its
   own  window.   The differences between the files are highlighted.  This
   is a nice way to inspect changes and to move changes from  one  version
   to another version of the same file.

   See vim(1) for details about Vim itself.

   When started as gvimdiff the GUI will be started, if available.

   In  each  window  the  'diff'  option  will  be  set,  which causes the
   differences to be highlighted.
   The 'wrap' and 'scrollbind' options are set to make the text look good.
   The 'foldmethod' option is set to "diff", which puts  ranges  of  lines
   without  changes in a fold.  'foldcolumn' is set to two to make it easy
   to spot the folds and open or close them.


   Vertical splits are used to align the lines, as if  the  "-O"  argument
   was used.  To use horizontal splits instead, use the "-o" argument.

   For all other arguments see vim(1).




   Most of Vim was made by Bram Moolenaar, with a lot of help from others.
   See ":help credits" in Vim.

                             2001 March 30                      VIMDIFF(1)

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