This plugin is still under active development.
It is not even remotely ready yet.
Lots of things are unimplemented.
It will probably eat your data.
Seriously. If you use it and complain about it eating your data I am going to make fun of you on Twitter.
Threesome is a Vim plugin for resolving conflicts during three-way merges. It's designed to be used as a merge tool for version control systems like Mercurial and Git.
- Source (Mercurial): http://bitbucket.org/sjl/threesome.vim
- Source (Git): http://github.com/sjl/threesome.vim
- Issues: http://github.com/sjl/threesome.vim/issues
- License: MIT X11
- Full Documentation:
Vim 7.3+ compiled with Python 2.5+ support.
Yes, that's some (relatively) new stuff. No, I'm not going to support anything less than that.
Threesome is a merge tool which means you'll be working with it on your development machine, not over SSH on your servers.
If you can't be bothered to run up-to-date versions of your tools on your main development machine, I can't be bothered to clutter the codebase to support you. Feels bad, man.
Use Pathogen to install the plugin.
Build the docs:
Add it as a merge tool for your VCS of choice:
Mercurial: add the following lines to
[merge-tools] threesome.executable = mvim threesome.args = -f $base $local $other $output -c 'ThreesomeInit' threesome.premerge = keep threesome.priority = 1
Git: add the following lines to
[merge] tool = threesome [mergetool "threesome"] cmd = "mvim -f $BASE $LOCAL $REMOTE $MERGED -c 'ThreesomeInit'" trustExitCode = true
gvim if you're on Linux, or just plain
vim if you
prefer to keep the editor in the console.
Read the full documentation to learn more
TODO for v1.0.0
- Add a basic test suite.
- Remove the eat-your-data warnings in the docs.