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Remove VCSCommand -- either add back as subrepo or find better vcs solution

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.vim/bundle/vcscommand/doc/tags

-:CVSEdit	vcscommand.txt	/*:CVSEdit*
-:CVSEditors	vcscommand.txt	/*:CVSEditors*
-:CVSUnedit	vcscommand.txt	/*:CVSUnedit*
-:CVSWatch	vcscommand.txt	/*:CVSWatch*
-:CVSWatchAdd	vcscommand.txt	/*:CVSWatchAdd*
-:CVSWatchOff	vcscommand.txt	/*:CVSWatchOff*
-:CVSWatchOn	vcscommand.txt	/*:CVSWatchOn*
-:CVSWatchRemove	vcscommand.txt	/*:CVSWatchRemove*
-:CVSWatchers	vcscommand.txt	/*:CVSWatchers*
-:VCSAdd	vcscommand.txt	/*:VCSAdd*
-:VCSAnnotate	vcscommand.txt	/*:VCSAnnotate*
-:VCSBlame	vcscommand.txt	/*:VCSBlame*
-:VCSCommit	vcscommand.txt	/*:VCSCommit*
-:VCSDelete	vcscommand.txt	/*:VCSDelete*
-:VCSDiff	vcscommand.txt	/*:VCSDiff*
-:VCSGotoOriginal	vcscommand.txt	/*:VCSGotoOriginal*
-:VCSInfo	vcscommand.txt	/*:VCSInfo*
-:VCSLock	vcscommand.txt	/*:VCSLock*
-:VCSLog	vcscommand.txt	/*:VCSLog*
-:VCSRemove	vcscommand.txt	/*:VCSRemove*
-:VCSRevert	vcscommand.txt	/*:VCSRevert*
-:VCSReview	vcscommand.txt	/*:VCSReview*
-:VCSStatus	vcscommand.txt	/*:VCSStatus*
-:VCSUnlock	vcscommand.txt	/*:VCSUnlock*
-:VCSUpdate	vcscommand.txt	/*:VCSUpdate*
-:VCSVimDiff	vcscommand.txt	/*:VCSVimDiff*
-VCSCommandCVSDiffOpt	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandCVSDiffOpt*
-VCSCommandCVSExec	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandCVSExec*
-VCSCommandCommitOnWrite	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandCommitOnWrite*
-VCSCommandDeleteOnHide	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandDeleteOnHide*
-VCSCommandDiffSplit	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandDiffSplit*
-VCSCommandDisableAll	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandDisableAll*
-VCSCommandDisableExtensionMappings	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandDisableExtensionMappings*
-VCSCommandDisableMappings	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandDisableMappings*
-VCSCommandDisableMenu	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandDisableMenu*
-VCSCommandEdit	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandEdit*
-VCSCommandEnableBufferSetup	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandEnableBufferSetup*
-VCSCommandMapPrefix	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandMapPrefix*
-VCSCommandMappings	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandMappings*
-VCSCommandMenuPriority	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandMenuPriority*
-VCSCommandMenuRoot	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandMenuRoot*
-VCSCommandResultBufferNameExtension	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandResultBufferNameExtension*
-VCSCommandResultBufferNameFunction	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandResultBufferNameFunction*
-VCSCommandSVKExec	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandSVKExec*
-VCSCommandSVNDiffExt	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandSVNDiffExt*
-VCSCommandSVNDiffOpt	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandSVNDiffOpt*
-VCSCommandSVNExec	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandSVNExec*
-VCSCommandSplit	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandSplit*
-VCSCommandVCSTypeOverride	vcscommand.txt	/*VCSCommandVCSTypeOverride*
-b:VCSCommandCommand	vcscommand.txt	/*b:VCSCommandCommand*
-b:VCSCommandOriginalBuffer	vcscommand.txt	/*b:VCSCommandOriginalBuffer*
-b:VCSCommandSourceFile	vcscommand.txt	/*b:VCSCommandSourceFile*
-b:VCSCommandVCSType	vcscommand.txt	/*b:VCSCommandVCSType*
-cvscommand-changes	vcscommand.txt	/*cvscommand-changes*
-vcscommand	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand*
-vcscommand-buffer-management	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-buffer-management*
-vcscommand-buffer-variables	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-buffer-variables*
-vcscommand-bugs	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-bugs*
-vcscommand-commands	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-commands*
-vcscommand-config	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-config*
-vcscommand-contents	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-contents*
-vcscommand-customize	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-customize*
-vcscommand-events	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-events*
-vcscommand-install	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-install*
-vcscommand-intro	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-intro*
-vcscommand-manual	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-manual*
-vcscommand-mappings	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-mappings*
-vcscommand-mappings-override	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-mappings-override*
-vcscommand-naming	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-naming*
-vcscommand-options	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-options*
-vcscommand-ssh	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-ssh*
-vcscommand-ssh-config	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-ssh-config*
-vcscommand-ssh-env	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-ssh-env*
-vcscommand-ssh-other	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-ssh-other*
-vcscommand-ssh-wrapper	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-ssh-wrapper*
-vcscommand-statusline	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand-statusline*
-vcscommand.txt	vcscommand.txt	/*vcscommand.txt*

.vim/bundle/vcscommand/doc/vcscommand.txt

-*vcscommand.txt*	vcscommand
-Copyright (c) Bob Hiestand
-
-Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
-of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to
-deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the
-rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or
-sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
-furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
-
-The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
-all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
-
-THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
-IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
-FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
-AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
-LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING
-FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS
-IN THE SOFTWARE.
-
-For instructions on installing this file, type
-	:help add-local-help
-inside Vim.
-
-Author:  Bob Hiestand <bob.hiestand@gmail.com>
-Credits:  Benji Fisher's excellent MatchIt documentation
-
-==============================================================================
-1. Contents						*vcscommand-contents*
-
-	Installation		: |vcscommand-install|
-	vcscommand Intro	: |vcscommand|
-	vcscommand Manual	: |vcscommand-manual|
-	Customization		: |vcscommand-customize|
-	SSH "integration"	: |vcscommand-ssh|
-	Changes from cvscommand	: |cvscommand-changes|
-	Bugs			: |vcscommand-bugs|
-
-==============================================================================
-
-2. vcscommand Installation				*vcscommand-install*
-
-The vcscommand plugin comprises five files: vcscommand.vim, vcssvn.vim,
-vcscvs.vim, vcssvk.vim and vcscommand.txt (this file).  In order to install
-the plugin, place the vcscommand.vim, vcssvn.vim, vcssvk.vim, and vcscvs.vim
-files into a plugin directory in your runtime path (please see
-|add-global-plugin| and |'runtimepath'|. 
-
-This help file can be included in the VIM help system by copying it into a
-'doc' directory in your runtime path and then executing the |:helptags|
-command, specifying the full path of the 'doc' directory.  Please see
-|add-local-help| for more details.
-
-vcscommand may be customized by setting variables, creating maps, and
-specifying event handlers.  Please see |vcscommand-customize| for more
-details.
-
-==============================================================================
-
-3. vcscommand Intro					*vcscommand*
-							*vcscommand-intro*
-
-The vcscommand plugin provides global ex commands for manipulating
-version-controlled source files, currently those controlled either by CVS or
-Subversion.  In general, each command operates on the current buffer and
-accomplishes a separate source control function, such as update, commit, log,
-and others (please see |vcscommand-commands| for a list of all available
-commands).  The results of each operation are displayed in a scratch buffer.
-Several buffer variables are defined for those scratch buffers (please see
-|vcscommand-buffer-variables|).
-
-The notion of "current file" means either the current buffer, or, in the case
-of a directory buffer (such as Explorer or netrw buffers), the directory (and
-all subdirectories) represented by the the buffer.
-
-For convenience, any vcscommand invoked on a vcscommand scratch buffer acts as
-though it was invoked on the original file and splits the screen so that the
-output appears in a new window.
-
-Many of the commands accept revisions as arguments.  By default, most operate
-on the most recent revision on the current branch if no revision is specified.
-
-Each vcscommand is mapped to a key sequence starting with the |<Leader>|
-keystroke.  The default mappings may be overridden by supplying different
-mappings before the plugin is loaded, such as in the vimrc, in the standard
-fashion for plugin mappings.  For examples, please see
-|vcscommand-mappings-override|.
-
-The vcscommand plugin may be configured in several ways.  For more details,
-please see |vcscommand-customize|.
-
-==============================================================================
-
-4. vcscommand Manual					*vcscommand-manual*
-
-4.1 vcscommand commands					*vcscommand-commands*
-
-vcscommand defines the following commands:
-
-|:VCSAdd|
-|:VCSAnnotate|
-|:VCSBlame|
-|:VCSCommit|
-|:VCSDelete|
-|:VCSDiff|
-|:VCSGotoOriginal|
-|:VCSLog|
-|:VCSRemove|
-|:VCSRevert|
-|:VCSReview|
-|:VCSStatus|
-|:VCSUpdate|
-|:VCSVimDiff|
-
-The following commands are specific to CVS files:
-
-|:CVSEdit|
-|:CVSEditors|
-|:CVSUnedit|
-|:CVSWatch|
-|:CVSWatchAdd|
-|:CVSWatchOn|
-|:CVSWatchOff|
-|:CVSWatchRemove|
-|:CVSWatchers|
-
-:VCSAdd							*:VCSAdd*
-
-This command adds the current file to source control.  Please note, this does
-not commit the newly-added file.  All parameters to the command are passed to
-the underlying VCS.
-
-:VCSAnnotate[!]						*:VCSAnnotate*
-
-This command displays the current file with each line annotated with the
-version in which it was most recently changed.  If an argument is given, the
-argument is used as a revision number to display.  If not given an argument,
-it uses the most recent version of the file (on the current branch, if under
-CVS control).  Additionally, if the current buffer is a VCSAnnotate buffer
-already, the version number on the current line is used.
-
-If '!' is used, the view of the annotated buffer is split so that the
-annotation is in a separate window from the content, and each is highlighted
-separately.
-
-For CVS buffers, the 'VCSCommandCVSAnnotateParent' option, if set to non-zero,
-will cause the above behavior to change.  Instead of annotating the version on
-the current line, the parent revision is used instead, crossing branches if
-necessary.
-
-With no arguments the cursor will jump to the line in the annotated buffer
-corresponding to the current line in the source buffer.
-
-:VCSBlame[!]						*:VCSBlame*
-
-Alias for |:VCSAnnotate|.
-
-:VCSCommit[!]						*:VCSCommit*
-
-This command commits changes to the current file to source control.
-
-If called with arguments, the arguments are the log message.
-
-If '!' is used, an empty log message is committed.
-
-If called with no arguments, this is a two-step command.  The first step opens
-a buffer to accept a log message.  When that buffer is written, it is
-automatically closed and the file is committed using the information from that
-log message.  The commit can be abandoned if the log message buffer is deleted
-or wiped before being written.
-
-Alternatively, the mapping that is used to invoke :VCSCommit (by default
-|<Leader>|cc, please see |vcscommand-mappings|) can be used in the log message
-buffer in Normal mode to immediately commit.  This is useful if the
-|VCSCommandCommitOnWrite| variable is set to 0 to disable the normal
-commit-on-write behavior.
-
-:VCSDelete						*:VCSDelete*
-
-Deletes the current file and removes it from source control.  All parameters
-to the command are passed to the underlying VCS.
-
-:VCSDiff						*:VCSDiff*
-
-With no arguments, this displays the differences between the current file and
-its parent version under source control in a new scratch buffer.
-
-With one argument, the diff is performed on the current file against the
-specified revision.
-
-With two arguments, the diff is performed between the specified revisions of
-the current file.
-
-For CVS, this command uses the |VCSCommandCVSDiffOpt| variable to specify diff
-options.  If that variable does not exist, a plugin-specific default is used.
-If you wish to have no options, then set it to the empty string.
-
-For SVN, this command uses the |VCSCommandSVNDiffOpt| variable to specify diff
-options.  If that variable does not exist, the SVN default is used.
-Additionally, |VCSCommandSVNDiffExt| can be used to select an external diff
-application.
-
-:VCSGotoOriginal					*:VCSGotoOriginal*
-
-This command jumps to the source buffer if the current buffer is a VCS scratch
-buffer.
-
-:VCSGotoOriginal!
-
-Like ":VCSGotoOriginal" but also executes :bufwipeout on all VCS scrach
-buffers associated with the original file.
-
-:VCSInfo						*:VCSInfo*
-
-This command displays extended information about the current file in a new
-scratch buffer. 
-
-:VCSLock						*:VCSLock*
-
-This command locks the current file in order to prevent other users from
-concurrently modifying it.  The exact semantics of this command depend on the
-underlying VCS.  This does nothing in CVS.  All parameters are passed to the
-underlying VCS.
-
-:VCSLog							*:VCSLog*
-
-Displays the version history of the current file in a new scratch buffer.  If
-there is one parameter supplied, it is taken as as a revision parameters to be
-passed through to the underlying VCS.  Otherwise, all parameters are passed to
-the underlying VCS.
-
-:VCSRemove						*:VCSRemove*
-
-Alias for |:VCSDelete|.
-
-:VCSRevert						*:VCSRevert*
-
-This command replaces the current file with the most recent version from the
-repository in order to wipe out any undesired changes.
-
-:VCSReview						*:VCSReview*
-
-Displays a particular version of the current file in a new scratch buffer.  If
-no argument is given, the most recent version of the file on the current
-branch is retrieved.
-
-:VCSStatus						*:VCSStatus*
-
-Displays versioning information about the current file in a new scratch
-buffer.  All parameters are passed to the underlying VCS.
-
-
-:VCSUnlock						*:VCSUnlock*
-
-Unlocks the current file in order to allow other users from concurrently
-modifying it.  The exact semantics of this command depend on the underlying
-VCS.  All parameters are passed to the underlying VCS.
-
-:VCSUpdate						*:VCSUpdate*
-
-Updates the current file with any relevant changes from the repository.  This
-intentionally does not automatically reload the current buffer, though vim
-should prompt the user to do so if the underlying file is altered by this
-command.
-
-:VCSVimDiff						*:VCSVimDiff*
-
-Uses vimdiff to display differences between versions of the current file.
-
-If no revision is specified, the most recent version of the file on the
-current branch is used.  With one argument, that argument is used as the
-revision as above.  With two arguments, the differences between the two
-revisions is displayed using vimdiff.
-                                                            
-With either zero or one argument, the original buffer is used to perform the
-vimdiff.  When the scratch buffer is closed, the original buffer will be
-returned to normal mode.
-                                                            
-Once vimdiff mode is started using the above methods, additional vimdiff
-buffers may be added by passing a single version argument to the command.
-There may be up to 4 vimdiff buffers total.
-                                                            
-Using the 2-argument form of the command resets the vimdiff to only those 2
-versions.  Additionally, invoking the command on a different file will close
-the previous vimdiff buffers.
-
-:CVSEdit						*:CVSEdit*
-
-This command performs "cvs edit" on the current file.  Yes, the output buffer
-in this case is almost completely useless.
-
-:CVSEditors						*:CVSEditors*
-
-This command performs "cvs edit" on the current file.
-
-:CVSUnedit						*:CVSUnedit*
-
-Performs "cvs unedit" on the current file.  Again, yes, the output buffer here
-is basically useless.
-
-:CVSWatch						*:CVSWatch*
-
-This command takes an argument which must be one of [on|off|add|remove].  The
-command performs "cvs watch" with the given argument on the current file.
-
-:CVSWatchAdd						*:CVSWatchAdd*
-
-This command is an alias for ":CVSWatch add"
-
-:CVSWatchOn						*:CVSWatchOn*
-
-This command is an alias for ":CVSWatch on"
-
-:CVSWatchOff						*:CVSWatchOff*
-
-This command is an alias for ":CVSWatch off"
-
-:CVSWatchRemove						*:CVSWatchRemove*
-
-This command is an alias for ":CVSWatch remove"
-
-:CVSWatchers						*:CVSWatchers*
-
-This command performs "cvs watchers" on the current file.
-
-4.2 Mappings						*vcscommand-mappings*
-
-By default, a mapping is defined for each command.  These mappings execute the
-default (no-argument) form of each command.
-
-|<Leader>|ca VCSAdd
-|<Leader>|cn VCSAnnotate
-|<Leader>|cN VCSAnnotate!
-|<Leader>|cc VCSCommit
-|<Leader>|cD VCSDelete
-|<Leader>|cd VCSDiff
-|<Leader>|cg VCSGotoOriginal
-|<Leader>|cG VCSGotoOriginal!
-|<Leader>|ci VCSInfo
-|<Leader>|cl VCSLog
-|<Leader>|cL VCSLock
-|<Leader>|cr VCSReview
-|<Leader>|cs VCSStatus
-|<Leader>|cu VCSUpdate
-|<Leader>|cU VCSUnlock
-|<Leader>|cv VCSVimDiff
-
-Only for CVS buffers:
-
-|<Leader>|ce CVSEdit
-|<Leader>|cE CVSEditors
-|<Leader>|ct CVSUnedit
-|<Leader>|cwv CVSWatchers
-|<Leader>|cwa CVSWatchAdd
-|<Leader>|cwn CVSWatchOn
-|<Leader>|cwf CVSWatchOff
-|<Leader>|cwf CVSWatchRemove
-
-						*vcscommand-mappings-override*
-
-The default mappings can be overridden by user-provided instead by mapping to
-<Plug>CommandName.  This is especially useful when these mappings collide with
-other existing mappings (vim will warn of this during plugin initialization,
-but will not clobber the existing mappings).
-
-There are three methods for controlling mapping:
-
-First, maps can be overriden for individual commands.  For instance, to
-override the default mapping for :VCSAdd to set it to '\add', add the
-following to the vimrc:
-
-nmap \add <Plug>VCSAdd
-
-Second, the default map prefix ('<Leader>c') can be overridden by defining the
-|VCSCommandMapPrefix| variable.
-
-Third, the entire set of default maps can be overridden by defining the
-|VCSCommandMappings| variable.
-
-
-4.3 Automatic buffer variables			*vcscommand-buffer-variables*
-
-Several buffer variables are defined in each vcscommand result buffer.	These
-may be useful for additional customization in callbacks defined in the event
-handlers (please see |vcscommand-events|).
-
-The following variables are automatically defined:
-
-b:VCSCommandOriginalBuffer			*b:VCSCommandOriginalBuffer*
-
-This variable is set to the buffer number of the source file.
-
-b:VCSCommandCommand				*b:VCSCommandCommand*
-
-This variable is set to the name of the vcscommand that created the result
-buffer.
-
-b:VCSCommandSourceFile				*b:VCSCommandSourceFile*
-
-This variable is set to the name of the original file under source control.
-
-b:VCSCommandVCSType				*b:VCSCommandVCSType*
-
-This variable is set to the type of the source control.  This variable is also
-set on the original file itself.
-==============================================================================
-
-5. Configuration and customization			*vcscommand-customize*
-							*vcscommand-config*
-
-The vcscommand plugin can be configured in several ways:  by setting
-configuration variables (see |vcscommand-options|) or by defining vcscommand
-event handlers (see |vcscommand-events|).  Additionally, the vcscommand plugin
-supports a customized status line (see |vcscommand-statusline| and
-|vcscommand-buffer-management|).
-
-5.1 vcscommand configuration variables			*vcscommand-options*
-
-Several variables affect the plugin's behavior.  These variables are checked
-at time of execution, and may be defined at the window, buffer, or global
-level and are checked in that order of precedence.
-
-
-The following variables are available:
-
-|VCSCommandCommitOnWrite|
-|VCSCommandCVSDiffOpt|
-|VCSCommandCVSExec|
-|VCSCommandDeleteOnHide|
-|VCSCommandDiffSplit|
-|VCSCommandDisableAll|
-|VCSCommandDisableMappings|
-|VCSCommandDisableExtensionMappings|
-|VCSCommandDisableMenu|
-|VCSCommandEdit|
-|VCSCommandEnableBufferSetup|
-|VCSCommandMappings|
-|VCSCommandMapPrefix|
-|VCSCommandMenuPriority|
-|VCSCommandMenuRoot|
-|VCSCommandResultBufferNameExtension|
-|VCSCommandResultBufferNameFunction|
-|VCSCommandSplit|
-|VCSCommandSVKExec|
-|VCSCommandSVNDiffExt|
-|VCSCommandSVNDiffOpt|
-|VCSCommandSVNExec|
-|VCSCommandVCSTypeOverride|
-
-VCSCommandCommitOnWrite				*VCSCommandCommitOnWrite*
-
-This variable, if set to a non-zero value, causes the pending commit
-to take place immediately as soon as the log message buffer is written.
-If set to zero, only the VCSCommit mapping will cause the pending commit to
-occur.	If not set, it defaults to 1.
-
-VCSCommandCVSExec				*VCSCommandCVSExec*
-
-This variable controls the executable used for all CVS commands  If not set,
-it defaults to "cvs".
-
-VCSCommandDeleteOnHide				*VCSCommandDeleteOnHide*
-
-This variable, if set to a non-zero value, causes the temporary result buffers
-to automatically delete themselves when hidden.
-
-VCSCommandCVSDiffOpt				*VCSCommandCVSDiffOpt*
-
-This variable, if set, determines the options passed to the diff command of
-CVS.  If not set, it defaults to 'u'.
-
-VCSCommandDiffSplit				*VCSCommandDiffSplit*
-
-This variable overrides the |VCSCommandSplit| variable, but only for buffers
-created with |:VCSVimDiff|.
-
-VCSCommandDisableAll				*VCSCommandDisableAll*
-
-This variable, if set, prevents the plugin or any extensions from loading at
-all.  This is useful when a single runtime distribution is used on multiple
-systems with varying versions.
-
-VCSCommandDisableMappings			*VCSCommandDisableMappings*
-
-This variable, if set to a non-zero value, prevents the default command
-mappings from being set.  This supercedes 
-|VCSCommandDisableExtensionMappings|.
-
-VCSCommandDisableExtensionMappings	*VCSCommandDisableExtensionMappings*
-
-This variable, if set to a non-zero value, prevents the default command
-mappings from being set for commands specific to an individual VCS.
-
-VCSCommandEdit					*VCSCommandEdit*
-
-This variable controls whether the original buffer is replaced ('edit') or
-split ('split').  If not set, it defaults to 'split'.
-
-VCSCommandDisableMenu				*VCSCommandDisableMenu*
-
-This variable, if set to a non-zero value, prevents the default command menu
-from being set.
-
-VCSCommandEnableBufferSetup			*VCSCommandEnableBufferSetup*
-
-This variable, if set to a non-zero value, activates VCS buffer management
-mode see (|vcscommand-buffer-management|).  This mode means that the
-'VCSCommandBufferInfo' variable is filled with version information if the file
-is VCS-controlled.  This is useful for displaying version information in the
-status bar.
-
-VCSCommandMappings				*VCSCommandMappings*
-
-This variable, if set, overrides the default mappings used for shortcuts.  It
-should be a List of 2-element Lists, each containing a shortcut and function
-name pair.  The value of the '|VCSCommandMapPrefix|' variable will be added to
-each shortcut.
-
-VCSCommandMapPrefix				*VCSCommandMapPrefix*
-
-This variable, if set, overrides the default mapping prefix ('<Leader>c').
-This allows customization of the mapping space used by the vcscommand
-shortcuts.
-
-VCSCommandMenuPriority				*VCSCommandMenuPriority*
-
-This variable, if set, overrides the default menu priority '' (empty)
-
-VCSCommandMenuRoot				*VCSCommandMenuRoot*
-
-This variable, if set, overrides the default menu root 'Plugin.VCS'
-
-VCSCommandResultBufferNameExtension	*VCSCommandResultBufferNameExtension*
-
-This variable, if set to a non-blank value, is appended to the name of the VCS
-command output buffers.  For example, '.vcs'.  Using this option may help
-avoid problems caused by autocommands dependent on file extension.
-
-VCSCommandResultBufferNameFunction	*VCSCommandResultBufferNameFunction*
-
-This variable, if set, specifies a custom function for naming VCS command
-output buffers.  This function is expected to return the new buffer name, and
-will be passed the following arguments:
-
-  command - name of the VCS command being executed (such as 'Log' or
-  'Diff').
-  
-  originalBuffer - buffer number of the source file.
-  
-  vcsType - type of VCS controlling this file (such as 'CVS' or 'SVN').
-  
-  statusText - extra text associated with the VCS action (such as version
-  numbers).
-
-VCSCommandSplit					*VCSCommandSplit*
-
-This variable controls the orientation of the various window splits that
-may occur.
-
-If set to 'horizontal', the resulting windows will be on stacked on top of
-one another.  If set to 'vertical', the resulting windows will be
-side-by-side.  If not set, it defaults to 'horizontal' for all but
-VCSVimDiff windows.  VCSVimDiff windows default to the user's 'diffopt'
-setting, if set, otherwise 'vertical'.
-
-VCSCommandSVKExec				*VCSCommandSVKExec*
-
-This variable controls the executable used for all SVK commands  If not set,
-it defaults to "svk".
-
-VCSCommandSVNDiffExt				*VCSCommandSVNDiffExt*
-
-This variable, if set, is passed to SVN via the --diff-cmd command to select
-an external application for performing the diff.
-
-VCSCommandSVNDiffOpt				*VCSCommandSVNDiffOpt*
-
-This variable, if set, determines the options passed with the '-x' parameter
-to the SVN diff command.  If not set, no options are passed.
-
-VCSCommandSVNExec				*VCSCommandSVNExec*
-
-This variable controls the executable used for all SVN commands  If not set,
-it defaults to "svn".
-
-VCSCommandVCSTypeOverride			*VCSCommandVCSTypeOverride*
-
-This variable allows the VCS type detection to be overridden on a path-by-path
-basis.  The value of this variable is expected to be a List of Lists.  Each
-item in the high-level List is a List containing two elements.  The first
-element is a regular expression that will be matched against the full file
-name of a given buffer.  If it matches, the second element will be used as the
-VCS type.
-
-5.2 VCSCommand events				*vcscommand-events*
-
-For additional customization, vcscommand can trigger user-defined events.
-Event handlers are provided by defining User event autocommands (see
-|autocommand|, |User|) in the vcscommand group with patterns matching the
-event name.
-
-For instance, the following could be added to the vimrc to provide a 'q'
-mapping to quit a vcscommand scratch buffer:
-
-augroup VCSCommand
-  au User VCSBufferCreated silent! nmap <unique> <buffer> q :bwipeout<cr>
-augroup END
-
-The following hooks are available:
-
-VCSBufferCreated		This event is fired just after a vcscommand
-                                result buffer is created and populated.  It is
-                                executed within the context of the vcscommand
-                                buffer.  The vcscommand buffer variables may
-                                be useful for handlers of this event (please
-                                see |vcscommand-buffer-variables|).
-
-VCSBufferSetup			This event is fired just after vcscommand buffer
-                                setup occurs, if enabled.
-
-VCSPluginInit			This event is fired when the vcscommand plugin
-				first loads.
-
-VCSPluginFinish			This event is fired just after the vcscommand
-				plugin loads.
-
-VCSVimDiffFinish		This event is fired just after the VCSVimDiff
-				command executes to allow customization of,
-				for instance, window placement and focus.
-
-Additionally, there is another hook which is used internally to handle loading
-the multiple scripts in order.  This hook should probably not be used by an
-end user without a good idea of how it works.  Among other things, any events
-associated with this hook are cleared after they are executed (during
-vcscommand.vim script initialization).
-
-VCSLoadExtensions		This event is fired just before the
-                                VCSPluginFinish.  It is used internally to
-                                execute any commands from the VCS
-                                implementation plugins that needs to be
-                                deferred until the primary plugin is
-                                initialized.
-
-5.3 vcscommand buffer naming				*vcscommand-naming*
-
-vcscommand result buffers use the following naming convention:
-[{VCS type} {VCS command} {Source file name}]
-
-If additional buffers are created that would otherwise conflict, a
-distinguishing number is added:
-
-[{VCS type} {VCS command} {Source file name}] (1,2, etc)
-
-5.4 vcscommand status line support			*vcscommand-statusline*
-
-It is intended that the user will customize the |'statusline'| option to
-include vcscommand result buffer attributes.  A sample function that may be
-used in the |'statusline'| option is provided by the plugin,
-VCSCommandGetStatusLine().  In order to use that function in the status line, do
-something like the following:
-
-set statusline=%<%f\ %{VCSCommandGetStatusLine()}\ %h%m%r%=%l,%c%V\ %P
-
-of which %{VCSCommandGetStatusLine()} is the relevant portion.
-
-The sample VCSCommandGetStatusLine() function handles both vcscommand result
-buffers and VCS-managed files if vcscommand buffer management is enabled
-(please see |vcscommand-buffer-management|).
-
-5.5 vcscommand buffer management		*vcscommand-buffer-management*
-
-The vcscommand plugin can operate in buffer management mode, which means that
-it attempts to set a buffer variable ('VCSCommandBufferInfo') upon entry into
-a buffer.  This is rather slow because it means that the VCS will be invoked
-at each entry into a buffer (during the |BufEnter| autocommand).
-
-This mode is disabled by default.  In order to enable it, set the
-|VCSCommandEnableBufferSetup| variable to a true (non-zero) value.  Enabling
-this mode simply provides the buffer variable mentioned above.  The user must
-explicitly include information from the variable in the |'statusline'| option
-if they are to appear in the status line (but see |vcscommand-statusline| for
-a simple way to do that).
-
-The 'VCSCommandBufferInfo' variable is a list which contains, in order, the
-revision of the current file, the latest revision of the file in the
-repository, and (for CVS) the name of the branch.  If those values cannot be
-determined, the list is a single element:  'Unknown'.
-
-==============================================================================
-
-6. SSH "integration"					*vcscommand-ssh*
-
-The following instructions are intended for use in integrating the
-vcscommand.vim plugin with an SSH-based CVS environment.
-
-Familiarity with SSH and CVS are assumed.
-
-These instructions assume that the intent is to have a message box pop up in
-order to allow the user to enter a passphrase.  If, instead, the user is
-comfortable using certificate-based authentication, then only instructions
-6.1.1 and 6.1.2 (and optionally 6.1.4) need to be followed; ssh should then
-work transparently.
-
-6.1 Environment settings				*vcscommand-ssh-env*
-
-6.1.1 CVSROOT should be set to something like:
-
-	:ext:user@host:/path_to_repository
-
-6.1.2 CVS_RSH should be set to:
-
-	ssh
-
-	Together, those settings tell CVS to use ssh as the transport when
-	performing CVS calls.
-
-6.1.3 SSH_ASKPASS should be set to the password-dialog program.  In my case,
-	running gnome, it's set to:
-
-	/usr/libexec/openssh/gnome-ssh-askpass
-
-	This tells SSH how to get passwords if no input is available.
-
-6.1.4 OPTIONAL.  You may need to set SSH_SERVER to the location of the cvs
-	executable on the remote (server) machine.
-
-6.2 CVS wrapper program				*vcscommand-ssh-wrapper*
-
-Now you need to convince SSH to use the password-dialog program.  This means
-you need to execute SSH (and therefore CVS) without standard input.  The
-following script is a simple perl wrapper that dissasociates the CVS command
-from the current terminal.  Specific steps to do this may vary from system to
-system; the following example works for me on linux.
-
-#!/usr/bin/perl -w
-use strict;
-use POSIX qw(setsid);
-open STDIN, '/dev/null';
-fork and do {wait; exit;};
-setsid;
-exec('cvs', @ARGV);
-
-6.3 Configuring vcscommand.vim			*vcscommand-ssh-config*
-
-At this point, you should be able to use your wrapper script to invoke CVS with
-various commands, and get the password dialog.  All that's left is to make CVS
-use your newly-created wrapper script.
-
-6.3.1 Tell vcscommand.vim what CVS executable to use.  The easiest way to do this
-	is globally, by putting the following in your .vimrc:
-
-	let VCSCommandCVSExec=/path/to/cvs/wrapper/script
-
-6.4 Where to go from here			*vcscommand-ssh-other*
-
-The script given above works even when non-SSH CVS connections are used,
-except possibly when interactively entering the message for CVS commit log
-(depending on the editor you use... VIM works fine).  Since the vcscommand.vim
-plugin handles that message without a terminal, the wrapper script can be used
-all the time.
-
-This allows mixed-mode operation, where some work is done with SSH-based CVS
-repositories, and others with pserver or local access.
-
-It is possible, though beyond the scope of the plugin, to dynamically set the
-CVS executable based on the CVSROOT for the file being edited.  The user
-events provided (such as VCSBufferCreated and VCSBufferSetup) can be used to
-set a buffer-local value (b:VCSCommandCVSExec) to override the CVS executable
-on a file-by-file basis.  Alternatively, much the same can be done (less
-automatically) by the various project-oriented plugins out there.
-
-It is highly recommended for ease-of-use that certificates with no passphrase
-or ssh-agent are employed so that the user is not given the password prompt
-too often.
-
-==============================================================================
-
-7. Changes from cvscommand				*cvscommand-changes*
-
-1.  Require Vim 7 in order to leverage several convenient features; also
-because I wanted to play with Vim 7.
-
-2.  Renamed commands to start with 'VCS' instead of 'CVS'.  The exceptions are
-the 'CVSEdit' and 'CVSWatch' family of commands, which are specific to CVS.
-
-3.  Renamed options, events to start with 'VCSCommand'.
-
-4.  Removed option to jump to the parent version of the current line in an
-annotated buffer, as opposed to the version on the current line.  This made
-little sense in the branching scheme used by subversion, where jumping to a
-parent branch required finding a different location in the repository.  It
-didn't work consistently in CVS anyway.
-
-5.  Removed option to have nameless scratch buffers.
-
-6.  Changed default behavior of scratch buffers to split the window instead of
-displaying in the current window.  This may still be overridden using the
-'VCSCommandEdit' option.
-
-7.  Split plugin into multiple plugins.
-
-8.  Added 'VCSLock' and 'VCSUnlock' commands.  These are implemented for
-subversion but not for CVS.  These were not kept specific to subversion as they
-seemed more general in nature and more likely to be supported by any future VCS
-supported by this plugin.
-
-9.  Changed name of buffer variables set by commands.
-
-'b:cvsOrigBuffNR' became 'b:VCSCommandOriginalBuffer'
-'b:cvscmd' became 'b:VCSCommandCommand'
-
-10.  Added new automatic variables to command result buffers.
-
-'b:VCSCommandSourceFile'
-'b:VCSCommandVCSType'
-
-==============================================================================
-
-8. Known bugs						*vcscommand-bugs*
-
-Please let me know if you run across any.
-
-CVSUnedit may, if a file is changed from the repository, provide prompt text
-to determine whether the changes should be thrown away.  Currently, that text
-shows up in the CVS result buffer as information; there is no way for the user
-to actually respond to the prompt and the CVS unedit command does nothing.  If
-this really bothers anyone, please let me know.
-
-VCSVimDiff, when using the original (real) source buffer as one of the diff
-buffers, uses some hacks to try to restore the state of the original buffer
-when the scratch buffer containing the other version is destroyed.  There may
-still be bugs in here, depending on many configuration details.
-
-vim:tw=78:ts=8:ft=help

.vim/bundle/vcscommand/plugin/vcsbzr.vim

-" vim600: set foldmethod=marker:
-"
-" BZR extension for VCSCommand.
-"
-" Maintainer:    Bob Hiestand <bob.hiestand@gmail.com>
-" License:
-" Copyright (c) Bob Hiestand
-"
-" Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
-" of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to
-" deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the
-" rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or
-" sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
-" furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
-"
-" The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
-" all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
-"
-" THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
-" IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
-" FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
-" AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
-" LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING
-" FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS
-" IN THE SOFTWARE.
-"
-" Section: Documentation {{{1
-"
-" Options documentation: {{{2
-"
-" VCSCommandBZRExec
-"   This variable specifies the BZR executable.  If not set, it defaults to
-"   'bzr' executed from the user's executable path.
-
-" Section: Plugin header {{{1
-
-if exists('VCSCommandDisableAll')
-	finish
-endif
-
-if v:version < 700
-  echohl WarningMsg|echomsg 'VCSCommand requires at least VIM 7.0'|echohl None
-  finish
-endif
-
-runtime plugin/vcscommand.vim
-
-if !executable(VCSCommandGetOption('VCSCommandBZRExec', 'bzr'))
-  " BZR is not installed
-  finish
-endif
-
-let s:save_cpo=&cpo
-set cpo&vim
-
-" Section: Variable initialization {{{1
-
-let s:bzrFunctions = {}
-
-" Section: Utility functions {{{1
-
-" Function: s:Executable() {{{2
-" Returns the executable used to invoke bzr suitable for use in a shell
-" command.
-function! s:Executable()
-	return VCSCommandGetOption('VCSCommandBZRExec', 'bzr')
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:DoCommand(cmd, cmdName, statusText) {{{2
-" Wrapper to VCSCommandDoCommand to add the name of the BZR executable to the
-" command argument.
-function! s:DoCommand(cmd, cmdName, statusText, options)
-  if VCSCommandGetVCSType(expand('%')) == 'BZR'
-    let fullCmd = s:Executable() . ' ' . a:cmd
-    return VCSCommandDoCommand(fullCmd, a:cmdName, a:statusText, a:options)
-  else
-    throw 'BZR VCSCommand plugin called on non-BZR item.'
-  endif
-endfunction
-
-" Section: VCS function implementations {{{1
-
-" Function: s:bzrFunctions.Identify(buffer) {{{2
-function! s:bzrFunctions.Identify(buffer)
-  let fileName = resolve(bufname(a:buffer))
-  let l:save_bzr_log=$BZR_LOG
-  try
-    let $BZR_LOG=has("win32") || has("win95") || has("win64") || has("win16") ? "nul" : "/dev/null"
-    let statusText = s:VCSCommandUtility.system(s:Executable() . ' info -- "' . fileName . '"')
-  finally
-    let $BZR_LOG=l:save_bzr_log
-  endtry
-  if(v:shell_error)
-    return 0
-  else
-    return 1
-  endif
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:bzrFunctions.Add() {{{2
-function! s:bzrFunctions.Add(argList)
-  return s:DoCommand(join(['add'] + a:argList, ' '), 'add', join(a:argList, ' '), {})
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:bzrFunctions.Annotate(argList) {{{2
-function! s:bzrFunctions.Annotate(argList)
-  if len(a:argList) == 0
-    if &filetype == 'BZRannotate'
-      " Perform annotation of the version indicated by the current line.
-      let caption = matchstr(getline('.'),'\v^\s+\zs\d+')
-      let options = ' -r' . caption
-    else
-      let caption = ''
-      let options = ''
-    endif
-  elseif len(a:argList) == 1 && a:argList[0] !~ '^-'
-    let caption = a:argList[0]
-    let options = ' -r' . caption
-  else
-    let caption = join(a:argList, ' ')
-    let options = ' ' . caption
-  endif
-
-  let resultBuffer = s:DoCommand('blame' . options, 'annotate', caption, {})
-  if resultBuffer > 0
-    normal! 1G2dd
-  endif
-  return resultBuffer
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:bzrFunctions.Commit(argList) {{{2
-function! s:bzrFunctions.Commit(argList)
-  let resultBuffer = s:DoCommand('commit -F "' . a:argList[0] . '"', 'commit', '', {})
-  if resultBuffer == 0
-    echomsg 'No commit needed.'
-  endif
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:bzrFunctions.Delete() {{{2
-function! s:bzrFunctions.Delete(argList)
-  return s:DoCommand(join(['rm'] + a:argList, ' '), 'rm', join(a:argList, ' '), {})
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:bzrFunctions.Diff(argList) {{{2
-function! s:bzrFunctions.Diff(argList)
-  if len(a:argList) == 0
-    let revOptions = []
-    let caption = ''
-  elseif len(a:argList) <= 2 && match(a:argList, '^-') == -1
-    let revOptions = ['-r' . join(a:argList, '..')]
-    let caption = '(' . a:argList[0] . ' : ' . get(a:argList, 1, 'current') . ')'
-  else
-    " Pass-through
-    let caption = join(a:argList, ' ')
-    let revOptions = a:argList
-  endif
-
-  return s:DoCommand(join(['diff'] + revOptions), 'diff', caption, {'allowNonZeroExit': 1})
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:bzrFunctions.GetBufferInfo() {{{2
-" Provides version control details for the current file.  Current version
-" number and current repository version number are required to be returned by
-" the vcscommand plugin.
-" Returns: List of results:  [revision, repository]
-
-function! s:bzrFunctions.GetBufferInfo()
-  let originalBuffer = VCSCommandGetOriginalBuffer(bufnr('%'))
-  let fileName = resolve(bufname(originalBuffer))
-  let statusText = s:VCSCommandUtility.system(s:Executable() . ' status -S -- "' . fileName . '"')
-  let revision = s:VCSCommandUtility.system(s:Executable() . ' revno -- "' . fileName . '"')
-  if(v:shell_error)
-    return []
-  endif
-
-  " File not under BZR control.
-  if statusText =~ '^?'
-    return ['Unknown']
-  endif
-
-  let [flags, repository] = matchlist(statusText, '^\(.\{3}\)\s\+\(\S\+\)')[1:2]
-  if revision == ''
-    " Error
-    return ['Unknown']
-  elseif flags =~ '^A'
-    return ['New', 'New']
-  else
-    return [revision, repository]
-  endif
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:bzrFunctions.Info(argList) {{{2
-function! s:bzrFunctions.Info(argList)
-  return s:DoCommand(join(['version-info'] + a:argList, ' '), 'version-info', join(a:argList, ' '), {})
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:bzrFunctions.Lock(argList) {{{2
-function! s:bzrFunctions.Lock(argList)
-  echomsg 'bzr lock is not necessary'
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:bzrFunctions.Log() {{{2
-function! s:bzrFunctions.Log(argList)
-  if len(a:argList) == 0
-    let options = []
-    let caption = ''
-  elseif len(a:argList) <= 2 && match(a:argList, '^-') == -1
-    let options = ['-r' . join(a:argList, ':')]
-    let caption = options[0]
-  else
-    " Pass-through
-    let options = a:argList
-    let caption = join(a:argList, ' ')
-  endif
-
-  let resultBuffer = s:DoCommand(join(['log', '-v'] + options), 'log', caption, {})
-  return resultBuffer
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:bzrFunctions.Revert(argList) {{{2
-function! s:bzrFunctions.Revert(argList)
-  return s:DoCommand('revert', 'revert', '', {})
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:bzrFunctions.Review(argList) {{{2
-function! s:bzrFunctions.Review(argList)
-  if len(a:argList) == 0
-    let versiontag = '(current)'
-    let versionOption = ''
-  else
-    let versiontag = a:argList[0]
-    let versionOption = ' -r ' . versiontag . ' '
-  endif
-
-  return s:DoCommand('cat' . versionOption, 'review', versiontag, {})
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:bzrFunctions.Status(argList) {{{2
-function! s:bzrFunctions.Status(argList)
-  let options = ['-S']
-  if len(a:argList) != 0
-    let options = a:argList
-  endif
-  return s:DoCommand(join(['status'] + options, ' '), 'status', join(options, ' '), {})
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:bzrFunctions.Unlock(argList) {{{2
-function! s:bzrFunctions.Unlock(argList)
-  echomsg 'bzr unlock is not necessary'
-endfunction
-" Function: s:bzrFunctions.Update(argList) {{{2
-function! s:bzrFunctions.Update(argList)
-  return s:DoCommand('update', 'update', '', {})
-endfunction
-
-" Annotate setting {{{2
-let s:bzrFunctions.AnnotateSplitRegex = '^[^|]\+ | '
-
-" Section: Plugin Registration {{{1
-let s:VCSCommandUtility = VCSCommandRegisterModule('BZR', expand('<sfile>'), s:bzrFunctions, [])
-
-let &cpo = s:save_cpo

.vim/bundle/vcscommand/plugin/vcscommand.vim

-" vim600: set foldmethod=marker:
-"
-" Vim plugin to assist in working with files under control of various Version
-" Control Systems, such as CVS, SVN, SVK, and git.
-"
-" Maintainer:    Bob Hiestand <bob.hiestand@gmail.com>
-" License:
-" Copyright (c) Bob Hiestand
-"
-" Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
-" of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to
-" deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the
-" rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or
-" sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
-" furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
-"
-" The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
-" all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
-"
-" THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
-" IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
-" FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
-" AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
-" LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING
-" FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS
-" IN THE SOFTWARE.
-"
-" Section: Documentation {{{1
-"
-" Provides functions to invoke various source control commands on the current
-" file (either the current buffer, or, in the case of an directory buffer, the
-" directory and all subdirectories associated with the current buffer).  The
-" output of the commands is captured in a new scratch window.
-"
-" This plugin needs additional extension plugins, each specific to a source
-" control system, to function.  Several options include the name of the
-" version control system in the option name.  Such options use the placeholder
-" text '{VCSType}', which would be replaced in actual usage with 'CVS' or
-" 'SVN', for instance.
-"
-" Command documentation {{{2
-"
-" VCSAdd           Adds the current file to source control.
-"
-" VCSAnnotate[!]   Displays the current file with each line annotated with the
-"                  version in which it was most recently changed.  If an
-"                  argument is given, the argument is used as a revision
-"                  number to display.  If not given an argument, it uses the
-"                  most recent version of the file on the current branch.
-"                  Additionally, if the current buffer is a VCSAnnotate buffer
-"                  already, the version number on the current line is used.
-"
-"                  If '!' is used, the view of the annotated buffer is split
-"                  so that the annotation is in a separate window from the
-"                  content, and each is highlighted separately.
-"
-" VCSBlame         Alias for 'VCSAnnotate'.
-"
-" VCSCommit[!]     Commits changes to the current file to source control.
-"
-"                  If called with arguments, the arguments are the log message.
-"
-"                  If '!' is used, an empty log message is committed.
-"
-"                  If called with no arguments, this is a two-step command.
-"                  The first step opens a buffer to accept a log message.
-"                  When that buffer is written, it is automatically closed and
-"                  the file is committed using the information from that log
-"                  message.  The commit can be abandoned if the log message
-"                  buffer is deleted or wiped before being written.
-"
-" VCSDelete        Deletes the current file and removes it from source control.
-"
-" VCSDiff          With no arguments, this displays the differences between
-"                  the current file and its parent version under source
-"                  control in a new scratch buffer.
-"
-"                  With one argument, the diff is performed on the
-"                  current file against the specified revision.
-"
-"                  With two arguments, the diff is performed between the
-"                  specified revisions of the current file.
-"
-"                  This command uses the 'VCSCommand{VCSType}DiffOpt' variable
-"                  to specify diff options.  If that variable does not exist,
-"                  a plugin-specific default is used.  If you wish to have no
-"                  options, then set it to the empty string.
-"
-" VCSGotoOriginal  Jumps to the source buffer if the current buffer is a VCS
-"                  scratch buffer.  If VCSGotoOriginal[!] is used, remove all
-"                  VCS scratch buffers associated with the original file.
-"
-" VCSInfo          Displays extended information about the current file in a
-"                  new scratch buffer.
-"
-" VCSLock          Locks the current file in order to prevent other users from
-"                  concurrently modifying it.  The exact semantics of this
-"                  command depend on the underlying VCS.
-"
-" VCSLog           Displays the version history of the current file in a new
-"                  scratch buffer.
-"
-" VCSRemove        Alias for 'VCSDelete'.
-"
-" VCSRevert        Replaces the modified version of the current file with the
-"                  most recent version from the repository.
-"
-" VCSReview        Displays a particular version of the current file in a new
-"                  scratch buffer.  If no argument is given, the most recent
-"                  version of the file on the current branch is retrieved.
-"
-" VCSStatus        Displays versioning information about the current file in a
-"                  new scratch buffer.
-"
-" VCSUnlock        Unlocks the current file in order to allow other users from
-"                  concurrently modifying it.  The exact semantics of this
-"                  command depend on the underlying VCS.
-"
-" VCSUpdate        Updates the current file with any relevant changes from the
-"                  repository.
-"
-" VCSVimDiff       Uses vimdiff to display differences between versions of the
-"                  current file.
-"
-"                  If no revision is specified, the most recent version of the
-"                  file on the current branch is used.  With one argument,
-"                  that argument is used as the revision as above.  With two
-"                  arguments, the differences between the two revisions is
-"                  displayed using vimdiff.
-"
-"                  With either zero or one argument, the original buffer is
-"                  used to perform the vimdiff.  When the scratch buffer is
-"                  closed, the original buffer will be returned to normal
-"                  mode.
-"
-"                  Once vimdiff mode is started using the above methods,
-"                  additional vimdiff buffers may be added by passing a single
-"                  version argument to the command.  There may be up to 4
-"                  vimdiff buffers total.
-"
-"                  Using the 2-argument form of the command resets the vimdiff
-"                  to only those 2 versions.  Additionally, invoking the
-"                  command on a different file will close the previous vimdiff
-"                  buffers.
-"
-" Mapping documentation: {{{2
-"
-" By default, a mapping is defined for each command.  User-provided mappings
-" can be used instead by mapping to <Plug>CommandName, for instance:
-"
-" nmap ,ca <Plug>VCSAdd
-"
-" The default mappings are as follow:
-"
-"   <Leader>ca VCSAdd
-"   <Leader>cn VCSAnnotate
-"   <Leader>cN VCSAnnotate!
-"   <Leader>cc VCSCommit
-"   <Leader>cD VCSDelete
-"   <Leader>cd VCSDiff
-"   <Leader>cg VCSGotoOriginal
-"   <Leader>cG VCSGotoOriginal!
-"   <Leader>ci VCSInfo
-"   <Leader>cl VCSLog
-"   <Leader>cL VCSLock
-"   <Leader>cr VCSReview
-"   <Leader>cs VCSStatus
-"   <Leader>cu VCSUpdate
-"   <Leader>cU VCSUnlock
-"   <Leader>cv VCSVimDiff
-"
-" Options documentation: {{{2
-"
-" Several variables are checked by the script to determine behavior as follow:
-"
-" VCSCommandCommitOnWrite
-"   This variable, if set to a non-zero value, causes the pending commit to
-"   take place immediately as soon as the log message buffer is written.  If
-"   set to zero, only the VCSCommit mapping will cause the pending commit to
-"   occur.  If not set, it defaults to 1.
-"
-" VCSCommandDeleteOnHide
-"   This variable, if set to a non-zero value, causes the temporary VCS result
-"   buffers to automatically delete themselves when hidden.
-"
-" VCSCommand{VCSType}DiffOpt
-"   This variable, if set, determines the options passed to the diff command
-"   of the underlying VCS.  Each VCS plugin defines a default value.
-"
-" VCSCommandDiffSplit
-"   This variable overrides the VCSCommandSplit variable, but only for buffers
-"   created with VCSVimDiff.
-"
-" VCSCommandDisableAll
-"   This variable, if set, prevents the plugin or any extensions from loading
-"   at all.  This is useful when a single runtime distribution is used on
-"   multiple systems with varying versions.
-"
-" VCSCommandDisableMappings
-"   This variable, if set to a non-zero value, prevents the default command
-"   mappings from being set.
-"
-" VCSCommandDisableExtensionMappings
-"   This variable, if set to a non-zero value, prevents the default command
-"   mappings from being set for commands specific to an individual VCS.
-"
-" VCSCommandDisableMenu
-"   This variable, if set to a non-zero value, prevents the default command
-"   menu from being set.
-"
-" VCSCommandEdit
-"   This variable controls whether to split the current window to display a
-"   scratch buffer ('split'), or to display it in the current buffer ('edit').
-"   If not set, it defaults to 'split'.
-"
-" VCSCommandEnableBufferSetup
-"   This variable, if set to a non-zero value, activates VCS buffer management
-"   mode.  This mode means that the buffer variable 'VCSRevision' is set if
-"   the file is VCS-controlled.  This is useful for displaying version
-"   information in the status bar.  Additional options may be set by
-"   individual VCS plugins.
-"
-" VCSCommandMappings
-"   This variable, if set, overrides the default mappings used for shortcuts.
-"   It should be a List of 2-element Lists, each containing a shortcut and
-"   function name pair.
-"
-" VCSCommandMapPrefix
-"   This variable, if set, overrides the default mapping prefix ('<Leader>c').
-"   This allows customization of the mapping space used by the vcscommand
-"   shortcuts.
-"
-" VCSCommandMenuPriority
-"   This variable, if set, overrides the default menu priority '' (empty)
-"
-" VCSCommandMenuRoot
-"   This variable, if set, overrides the default menu root 'Plugin.VCS'
-"
-" VCSCommandResultBufferNameExtension
-"   This variable, if set to a non-blank value, is appended to the name of the
-"   VCS command output buffers.  For example, '.vcs'.  Using this option may
-"   help avoid problems caused by autocommands dependent on file extension.
-"
-" VCSCommandResultBufferNameFunction
-"   This variable, if set, specifies a custom function for naming VCS command
-"   output buffers.  This function will be passed the following arguments:
-"
-"   command - name of the VCS command being executed (such as 'Log' or
-"   'Diff').
-"
-"   originalBuffer - buffer number of the source file.
-"
-"   vcsType - type of VCS controlling this file (such as 'CVS' or 'SVN').
-"
-"   statusText - extra text associated with the VCS action (such as version
-"   numbers).
-"
-" VCSCommandSplit
-"   This variable controls the orientation of the various window splits that
-"   may occur (such as with VCSVimDiff, when using a VCS command on a VCS
-"   command buffer, or when the 'VCSCommandEdit' variable is set to 'split'.
-"   If set to 'horizontal', the resulting windows will be on stacked on top of
-"   one another.  If set to 'vertical', the resulting windows will be
-"   side-by-side.  If not set, it defaults to 'horizontal' for all but
-"   VCSVimDiff windows.
-"
-" VCSCommandVCSTypeOverride
-"   This variable allows the VCS type detection to be overridden on a
-"   path-by-path basis.  The value of this variable is expected to be a List
-"   of Lists.  Each high-level List item is a List containing two elements.
-"   The first element is a regular expression that will be matched against the
-"   full file name of a given buffer.  If it matches, the second element will
-"   be used as the VCS type.
-"
-" Event documentation {{{2
-"   For additional customization, VCSCommand.vim uses User event autocommand
-"   hooks.  Each event is in the VCSCommand group, and different patterns
-"   match the various hooks.
-"
-"   For instance, the following could be added to the vimrc to provide a 'q'
-"   mapping to quit a VCS scratch buffer:
-"
-"   augroup VCSCommand
-"     au VCSCommand User VCSBufferCreated silent! nmap <unique> <buffer> q :bwipeout<cr>
-"   augroup END
-"
-"   The following hooks are available:
-"
-"   VCSBufferCreated           This event is fired just after a VCS command
-"                              output buffer is created.  It is executed
-"                              within the context of the new buffer.
-"
-"   VCSBufferSetup             This event is fired just after VCS buffer setup
-"                              occurs, if enabled.
-"
-"   VCSPluginInit              This event is fired when the VCSCommand plugin
-"                              first loads.
-"
-"   VCSPluginFinish            This event is fired just after the VCSCommand
-"                              plugin loads.
-"
-"   VCSVimDiffFinish           This event is fired just after the VCSVimDiff
-"                              command executes to allow customization of,
-"                              for instance, window placement and focus.
-"
-" Section: Plugin header {{{1
-
-" loaded_VCSCommand is set to 1 when the initialization begins, and 2 when it
-" completes.  This allows various actions to only be taken by functions after
-" system initialization.
-
-if exists('VCSCommandDisableAll')
-	finish
-endif
-
-if exists('loaded_VCSCommand')
-	finish
-endif
-let loaded_VCSCommand = 1
-
-if v:version < 700
-	echohl WarningMsg|echomsg 'VCSCommand requires at least VIM 7.0'|echohl None
-	finish
-endif
-
-let s:save_cpo=&cpo
-set cpo&vim
-
-" Section: Event group setup {{{1
-
-augroup VCSCommand
-augroup END
-
-augroup VCSCommandCommit
-augroup END
-
-" Section: Plugin initialization {{{1
-silent do VCSCommand User VCSPluginInit
-
-" Section: Constants declaration {{{1
-
-let g:VCSCOMMAND_IDENTIFY_EXACT = 1
-let g:VCSCOMMAND_IDENTIFY_INEXACT = -1
-
-" Section: Script variable initialization {{{1
-
-" Hidden functions for use by extensions
-let s:VCSCommandUtility = {}
-
-" plugin-specific information:  {vcs -> [script, {command -> function}, {key -> mapping}]}
-let s:plugins = {}
-
-" temporary values of overridden configuration variables
-let s:optionOverrides = {}
-
-" state flag used to vary behavior of certain automated actions
-let s:isEditFileRunning = 0
-
-" Section: Utility functions {{{1
-
-" Function: s:ReportError(mapping) {{{2
-" Displays the given error in a consistent faction.  This is intended to be
-" invoked from a catch statement.
-
-function! s:ReportError(error)
-	echohl WarningMsg|echomsg 'VCSCommand:  ' . a:error|echohl None
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:VCSCommandUtility.system(...) {{{2
-" Replacement for system() function.  This version protects the quoting in the
-" command line on Windows systems.
-
-function! s:VCSCommandUtility.system(...)
-	if (has("win32") || has("win64")) && &sxq !~ '"'
-		let save_sxq = &sxq
-		set sxq=\"
-	endif
-	try
-		if exists('*iconv')
-			return iconv(call('system', a:000), &tenc, &enc)
-		endif
-		return call('system', a:000)
-	finally
-		if exists("save_sxq")
-			let &sxq = save_sxq
-		endif
-	endtry
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:VCSCommandUtility.addMenuItem(shortcut, command) {{{2
-" Adds the given menu item.
-
-function! s:VCSCommandUtility.addMenuItem(shortcut, command)
-	if s:menuEnabled
-	    exe 'amenu <silent> '.s:menuPriority.' '.s:menuRoot.'.'.a:shortcut.' '.a:command
-	endif
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:ClearMenu() {{{2
-" Removes all VCSCommand menu items
-function! s:ClearMenu()
-	if s:menuEnabled
-		execute 'aunmenu' s:menuRoot
-	endif
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:CreateMapping(shortcut, expansion, display) {{{2
-" Creates the given mapping by prepending the contents of
-" 'VCSCommandMapPrefix' (by default '<Leader>c') to the given shortcut and
-" mapping it to the given plugin function.  If a mapping exists for the
-" specified shortcut + prefix, emit an error but continue.  If a mapping
-" exists for the specified function, do nothing.
-
-function! s:CreateMapping(shortcut, expansion, display)
-	let lhs = VCSCommandGetOption('VCSCommandMapPrefix', '<Leader>c') . a:shortcut
-	if !hasmapto(a:expansion)
-		try
-			execute 'nmap <silent> <unique>' lhs a:expansion
-		catch /^Vim(.*):E227:/
-			if(&verbose != 0)
-				echohl WarningMsg|echomsg 'VCSCommand:  mapping ''' . lhs . ''' already exists, refusing to overwrite.  The mapping for ' . a:display . ' will not be available.'|echohl None
-			endif
-		endtry
-	endif
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:ExecuteExtensionMapping(mapping) {{{2
-" Invokes the appropriate extension mapping depending on the type of the
-" current buffer.
-
-function! s:ExecuteExtensionMapping(mapping)
-	let buffer = bufnr('%')
-	let vcsType = VCSCommandGetVCSType(buffer)
-	if !has_key(s:plugins, vcsType)
-		throw 'Unknown VCS type:  ' . vcsType
-	endif
-	if !has_key(s:plugins[vcsType][2], a:mapping)
-		throw 'This extended mapping is not defined for ' . vcsType
-	endif
-	silent execute 'normal!' ':' .  s:plugins[vcsType][2][a:mapping] . "\<CR>"
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:ExecuteVCSCommand(command, argList) {{{2
-" Calls the indicated plugin-specific VCS command on the current buffer.
-" Returns: buffer number of resulting output scratch buffer, or -1 if an error
-" occurs.
-
-function! s:ExecuteVCSCommand(command, argList)
-	try
-		let buffer = bufnr('%')
-
-		let vcsType = VCSCommandGetVCSType(buffer)
-		if !has_key(s:plugins, vcsType)
-			throw 'Unknown VCS type:  ' . vcsType
-		endif
-
-		let originalBuffer = VCSCommandGetOriginalBuffer(buffer)
-		let bufferName = bufname(originalBuffer)
-
-		" It is already known that the directory is under VCS control.  No further
-		" checks are needed.  Otherwise, perform some basic sanity checks to avoid
-		" VCS-specific error messages from confusing things.
-		if !isdirectory(bufferName)
-			if !filereadable(bufferName)
-				throw 'No such file ' . bufferName
-			endif
-		endif
-
-		let functionMap = s:plugins[vcsType][1]
-		if !has_key(functionMap, a:command)
-			throw 'Command ''' . a:command . ''' not implemented for ' . vcsType
-		endif
-		return functionMap[a:command](a:argList)
-	catch
-		call s:ReportError(v:exception)
-		return -1
-	endtry
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:GenerateResultBufferName(command, originalBuffer, vcsType, statusText) {{{2
-" Default method of generating the name for VCS result buffers.  This can be
-" overridden with the VCSResultBufferNameFunction variable.
-
-function! s:GenerateResultBufferName(command, originalBuffer, vcsType, statusText)
-	let fileName = bufname(a:originalBuffer)
-	let bufferName = a:vcsType . ' ' . a:command
-	if strlen(a:statusText) > 0
-		let bufferName .= ' ' . a:statusText
-	endif
-	let bufferName .= ' ' . fileName
-	let counter = 0
-	let versionedBufferName = bufferName
-	while bufexists(versionedBufferName)
-		let counter += 1
-		let versionedBufferName = bufferName . ' (' . counter . ')'
-	endwhile
-	return versionedBufferName
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:GenerateResultBufferNameWithExtension(command, originalBuffer, vcsType, statusText) {{{2
-" Method of generating the name for VCS result buffers that uses the original
-" file name with the VCS type and command appended as extensions.
-
-function! s:GenerateResultBufferNameWithExtension(command, originalBuffer, vcsType, statusText)
-	let fileName = bufname(a:originalBuffer)
-	let bufferName = a:vcsType . ' ' . a:command
-	if strlen(a:statusText) > 0
-		let bufferName .= ' ' . a:statusText
-	endif
-	let bufferName .= ' ' . fileName . VCSCommandGetOption('VCSCommandResultBufferNameExtension', '.vcs')
-	let counter = 0
-	let versionedBufferName = bufferName
-	while bufexists(versionedBufferName)
-		let counter += 1
-		let versionedBufferName = '(' . counter . ') ' . bufferName
-	endwhile
-	return versionedBufferName
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:EditFile(command, originalBuffer, statusText) {{{2
-" Creates a new buffer of the given name and associates it with the given
-" original buffer.
-
-function! s:EditFile(command, originalBuffer, statusText)
-	let vcsType = getbufvar(a:originalBuffer, 'VCSCommandVCSType')
-
-	" Protect against useless buffer set-up
-	let s:isEditFileRunning += 1
-	try
-		let editCommand = VCSCommandGetOption('VCSCommandEdit', 'split')
-		if editCommand == 'split'
-			if VCSCommandGetOption('VCSCommandSplit', 'horizontal') == 'horizontal'
-				rightbelow split
-			else
-				vert rightbelow split
-			endif
-		endif
-
-		enew
-
-		call s:SetupScratchBuffer(a:command, vcsType, a:originalBuffer, a:statusText)
-
-	finally
-		let s:isEditFileRunning -= 1
-	endtry
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:SetupScratchBuffer(command, vcsType, originalBuffer, statusText) {{{2
-" Creates convenience buffer variables and the name of a vcscommand result
-" buffer.
-
-function! s:SetupScratchBuffer(command, vcsType, originalBuffer, statusText)
-	let nameExtension = VCSCommandGetOption('VCSCommandResultBufferNameExtension', '')
-	if nameExtension == ''
-		let nameFunction = VCSCommandGetOption('VCSCommandResultBufferNameFunction', 's:GenerateResultBufferName')
-	else
-		let nameFunction = VCSCommandGetOption('VCSCommandResultBufferNameFunction', 's:GenerateResultBufferNameWithExtension')
-	endif
-
-	let name = call(nameFunction, [a:command, a:originalBuffer, a:vcsType, a:statusText])
-
-	let b:VCSCommandCommand = a:command
-	let b:VCSCommandOriginalBuffer = a:originalBuffer
-	let b:VCSCommandSourceFile = bufname(a:originalBuffer)
-	let b:VCSCommandVCSType = a:vcsType
-	if a:statusText != ''
-		let b:VCSCommandStatusText = a:statusText
-	endif
-
-	setlocal buftype=nofile
-	setlocal noswapfile
-	let &filetype = tolower(a:vcsType . a:command)
-
-	if VCSCommandGetOption('VCSCommandDeleteOnHide', 0)
-		setlocal bufhidden=delete
-	endif
-	silent noautocmd file `=name`
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:SetupBuffer() {{{2
-" Attempts to set the b:VCSCommandBufferInfo variable
-
-function! s:SetupBuffer()
-	if (exists('b:VCSCommandBufferSetup') && b:VCSCommandBufferSetup)
-		" This buffer is already set up.
-		return
-	endif
-
-	if !isdirectory(@%) && (strlen(&buftype) > 0 || !filereadable(@%))
-		" No special status for special buffers other than directory buffers.
-		return
-	endif
-
-	if !VCSCommandGetOption('VCSCommandEnableBufferSetup', 0) || s:isEditFileRunning > 0
-		unlet! b:VCSCommandBufferSetup
-		return
-	endif
-
-	try
-		let vcsType = VCSCommandGetVCSType(bufnr('%'))
-		let b:VCSCommandBufferInfo = s:plugins[vcsType][1].GetBufferInfo()
-		silent do VCSCommand User VCSBufferSetup
-	catch /No suitable plugin/
-		" This is not a VCS-controlled file.
-		let b:VCSCommandBufferInfo = []
-	endtry
-
-	let b:VCSCommandBufferSetup = 1
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:MarkOrigBufferForSetup(buffer) {{{2
-" Resets the buffer setup state of the original buffer for a given VCS scratch
-" buffer.
-" Returns:  The VCS buffer number in a passthrough mode.
-
-function! s:MarkOrigBufferForSetup(buffer)
-	checktime
-	if a:buffer > 0
-		let origBuffer = VCSCommandGetOriginalBuffer(a:buffer)
-		" This should never not work, but I'm paranoid
-		if origBuffer != a:buffer
-			call setbufvar(origBuffer, 'VCSCommandBufferSetup', 0)
-		endif
-	endif
-	return a:buffer
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:OverrideOption(option, [value]) {{{2
-" Provides a temporary override for the given VCS option.  If no value is
-" passed, the override is disabled.
-
-function! s:OverrideOption(option, ...)
-	if a:0 == 0
-		call remove(s:optionOverrides[a:option], -1)
-	else
-		if !has_key(s:optionOverrides, a:option)
-			let s:optionOverrides[a:option] = []
-		endif
-		call add(s:optionOverrides[a:option], a:1)
-	endif
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:WipeoutCommandBuffers() {{{2
-" Clears all current VCS output buffers of the specified type for a given source.
-
-function! s:WipeoutCommandBuffers(originalBuffer, VCSCommand)
-	let buffer = 1
-	while buffer <= bufnr('$')
-		if getbufvar(buffer, 'VCSCommandOriginalBuffer') == a:originalBuffer
-			if getbufvar(buffer, 'VCSCommandCommand') == a:VCSCommand
-				execute 'bw' buffer
-			endif
-		endif
-		let buffer = buffer + 1
-	endwhile
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:VimDiffRestore(vimDiffBuff) {{{2
-" Checks whether the given buffer is one whose deletion should trigger
-" restoration of an original buffer after it was diffed.  If so, it executes
-" the appropriate setting command stored with that original buffer.
-
-function! s:VimDiffRestore(vimDiffBuff)
-	let s:isEditFileRunning += 1
-	try
-		if exists('t:vcsCommandVimDiffSourceBuffer')
-			if a:vimDiffBuff == t:vcsCommandVimDiffSourceBuffer
-				" Original file is being removed.
-				unlet! t:vcsCommandVimDiffSourceBuffer
-				unlet! t:vcsCommandVimDiffRestoreCmd
-				unlet! t:vcsCommandVimDiffScratchList
-			else
-				let index = index(t:vcsCommandVimDiffScratchList, a:vimDiffBuff)
-				if index >= 0
-					call remove(t:vcsCommandVimDiffScratchList, index)
-					if len(t:vcsCommandVimDiffScratchList) == 0
-						if exists('t:vcsCommandVimDiffRestoreCmd')
-							" All scratch buffers are gone, reset the original.
-							" Only restore if the source buffer is still in Diff mode
-
-							let sourceWinNR = bufwinnr(t:vcsCommandVimDiffSourceBuffer)
-							if sourceWinNR != -1
-								" The buffer is visible in at least one window
-								let currentWinNR = winnr()
-								while winbufnr(sourceWinNR) != -1
-									if winbufnr(sourceWinNR) == t:vcsCommandVimDiffSourceBuffer
-										execute sourceWinNR . 'wincmd w'
-										if getwinvar(0, '&diff')
-											execute t:vcsCommandVimDiffRestoreCmd
-										endif
-									endif
-									let sourceWinNR = sourceWinNR + 1
-								endwhile
-								execute currentWinNR . 'wincmd w'
-							else
-								" The buffer is hidden.  It must be visible in order to set the
-								" diff option.
-								let currentBufNR = bufnr('')
-								execute 'hide buffer' t:vcsCommandVimDiffSourceBuffer
-								if getwinvar(0, '&diff')
-									execute t:vcsCommandVimDiffRestoreCmd
-								endif
-								execute 'hide buffer' currentBufNR
-							endif
-
-							unlet t:vcsCommandVimDiffRestoreCmd
-						endif
-						" All buffers are gone.
-						unlet t:vcsCommandVimDiffSourceBuffer
-						unlet t:vcsCommandVimDiffScratchList
-					endif
-				endif
-			endif
-		endif
-	finally
-		let s:isEditFileRunning -= 1
-	endtry
-endfunction
-
-" Section: Generic VCS command functions {{{1
-
-" Function: s:VCSAnnotate(...) {{{2
-function! s:VCSAnnotate(bang, ...)
-	try
-		let line = line('.')
-		let currentBuffer = bufnr('%')
-		let originalBuffer = VCSCommandGetOriginalBuffer(currentBuffer)
-
-		let annotateBuffer = s:ExecuteVCSCommand('Annotate', a:000)
-		if annotateBuffer == -1
-			return -1
-		endif
-		if a:bang == '!' && VCSCommandGetOption('VCSCommandDisableSplitAnnotate', 0) == 0
-			let vcsType = VCSCommandGetVCSType(annotateBuffer)
-			let functionMap = s:plugins[vcsType][1]
-			let splitRegex = ''
-			if has_key(s:plugins[vcsType][1], 'AnnotateSplitRegex')
-				let splitRegex = s:plugins[vcsType][1]['AnnotateSplitRegex']
-			endif
-			let splitRegex = VCSCommandGetOption('VCSCommand' . vcsType . 'AnnotateSplitRegex', splitRegex)
-			if splitRegex == ''
-				return annotateBuffer
-			endif
-			let originalFileType = getbufvar(originalBuffer, '&ft')
-			let annotateFileType = getbufvar(annotateBuffer, '&ft')
-			execute "normal! 0zR\<c-v>G/" . splitRegex . "/e\<cr>d"
-			call setbufvar('%', '&filetype', getbufvar(originalBuffer, '&filetype'))
-			set scrollbind
-			leftabove vert new
-			normal! 0P
-			execute "normal!" . (col('$') + (&number ? &numberwidth : 0)). "\<c-w>|"
-			call s:SetupScratchBuffer('annotate', vcsType, originalBuffer, 'header')
-			wincmd l
-		endif
-
-		if currentBuffer == originalBuffer
-			" Starting from the original source buffer, so the
-			" current line is relevant.
-			if a:0 == 0
-				" No argument list means that we're annotating
-				" the current version, so jumping to the same
-				" line is the expected action.
-				execute "normal!" line . 'G'
-				if has('folding')
-					" The execution of the buffer created autocommand
-					" re-folds the buffer.  Display the current line
-					" unfolded.
-					normal! zv
-				endif
-			endif
-		endif
-
-		return annotateBuffer
-	catch
-		call s:ReportError(v:exception)
-		return -1
-	endtry
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:VCSCommit() {{{2
-function! s:VCSCommit(bang, message)
-	try
-		let vcsType = VCSCommandGetVCSType(bufnr('%'))
-		if !has_key(s:plugins, vcsType)
-			throw 'Unknown VCS type:  ' . vcsType
-		endif
-
-		let originalBuffer = VCSCommandGetOriginalBuffer(bufnr('%'))
-
-		" Handle the commit message being specified.  If a message is supplied, it
-		" is used; if bang is supplied, an empty message is used; otherwise, the
-		" user is provided a buffer from which to edit the commit message.
-
-		if strlen(a:message) > 0 || a:bang == '!'
-			return s:VCSFinishCommit([a:message], originalBuffer)
-		endif
-
-		call s:EditFile('commitlog', originalBuffer, '')
-		setlocal ft=vcscommit
-
-		" Create a commit mapping.
-
-		nnoremap <silent> <buffer> <Plug>VCSCommit :call <SID>VCSFinishCommitWithBuffer()<CR>
-
-		silent 0put ='VCS: ----------------------------------------------------------------------'
-		silent put ='VCS: Please enter log message.  Lines beginning with ''VCS:'' are removed automatically.'
-		silent put ='VCS: To finish the commit, Type <leader>cc (or your own <Plug>VCSCommit mapping)'
-
-		if VCSCommandGetOption('VCSCommandCommitOnWrite', 1) == 1
-			setlocal buftype=acwrite
-			au VCSCommandCommit BufWriteCmd <buffer> call s:VCSFinishCommitWithBuffer()
-			silent put ='VCS: or write this buffer'
-		endif
-
-		silent put ='VCS: ----------------------------------------------------------------------'
-		$
-		setlocal nomodified
-		silent do VCSCommand User VCSBufferCreated
-	catch
-		call s:ReportError(v:exception)
-		return -1
-	endtry
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:VCSFinishCommitWithBuffer() {{{2
-" Wrapper for s:VCSFinishCommit which is called only from a commit log buffer
-" which removes all lines starting with 'VCS:'.
-
-function! s:VCSFinishCommitWithBuffer()
-	setlocal nomodified
-	let currentBuffer = bufnr('%')
-	let logMessageList = getbufline('%', 1, '$')
-	call filter(logMessageList, 'v:val !~ ''^\s*VCS:''')
-	let resultBuffer = s:VCSFinishCommit(logMessageList, b:VCSCommandOriginalBuffer)
-	if resultBuffer >= 0
-		execute 'bw' currentBuffer
-	endif
-	return resultBuffer
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:VCSFinishCommit(logMessageList, originalBuffer) {{{2
-function! s:VCSFinishCommit(logMessageList, originalBuffer)
-	let messageFileName = tempname()
-	call writefile(a:logMessageList, messageFileName)
-	try
-		let resultBuffer = s:ExecuteVCSCommand('Commit', [messageFileName])
-		if resultBuffer < 0
-			return resultBuffer
-		endif
-		return s:MarkOrigBufferForSetup(resultBuffer)
-	finally
-		call delete(messageFileName)
-	endtry
-endfunction
-
-" Function: s:VCSGotoOriginal(bang) {{{2
-function! s:VCSGotoOriginal(bang)
-	let originalBuffer = VCSCommandGetOriginalBuffer(bufnr('%'))
-	if originalBuffer > 0
-		let origWinNR = bufwinnr(originalBuffer)
-		if origWinNR == -1
-			execute 'buffer' originalBuffer
-		else
-			execute origWinNR . 'wincmd w'
-		endif
-		if a:bang == '!'
-			let buffnr = 1
-			let buffmaxnr = bufnr('$')
-			while buffnr <= buffmaxnr
-				if getbufvar(buffnr, 'VCSCommandOriginalBuffer') == originalBuffer
-					execute 'bw' buffnr
-				endif
-				let buffnr = buffnr + 1
-			endwhile
-		endif
-	endif
-endfunction
-
-function! s:VCSDiff(...)  "{{{2
-	let resultBuffer = s:ExecuteVCSCommand('Diff', a:000)
-	if resultBuffer > 0
-		let &filetype = 'diff'
-	elseif resultBuffer == 0
-		echomsg 'No differences found'
-	endif
-	return resultBuffer
-endfunction