W.3.4 Merge Commands
Here are the Merge commands for Fast mode; in Edit mode, precede them
with C-c C-c:
- Select the previous difference.
- Select the next difference.
- Choose the A version of this difference.
- Choose the B version of this difference.
- C-u n j
- Select difference number n.
- Select the difference containing point. You can use this command in the
merge buffer or in the A or B buffer.
- Quit--finish the merge.
- Abort--exit merging and do not save the output.
- Go into Fast mode. (In Edit mode, this is actually C-c C-c f.)
- Go into Edit mode.
- Recenter (like C-l) all three windows.
- Specify part of a prefix numeric argument.
- Also specify part of a prefix numeric argument.
- d a
- Choose the A version as the default from here down in
the merge buffer.
- d b
- Choose the B version as the default from here down in
the merge buffer.
- c a
- Copy the A version of this difference into the kill ring.
- c b
- Copy the B version of this difference into the kill ring.
- i a
- Insert the A version of this difference at point.
- i b
- Insert the B version of this difference at point.
- Put point and mark around the difference.
- Scroll all three windows down (like M-v).
- Scroll all three windows up (like C-v).
- Scroll all three windows left (like C-x <).
- Scroll all three windows right (like C-x >).
- Reset horizontal scroll on all three windows.
- x 1
- Shrink the merge window to one line. (Use C-u l to restore it
to full size.)
- x c
- Combine the two versions of this difference (see section W.3.6 Combining the Two Versions).
- x f
- Show the names of the files/buffers Emerge is operating on, in a Help
window. (Use C-u l to restore windows.)
- x j
- Join this difference with the following one.
(C-u x j joins this difference with the previous one.)
- x s
- Split this difference into two differences. Before you use this
command, position point in each of the three buffers at the place where
you want to split the difference.
- x t
- Trim identical lines off the top and bottom of the difference.
Such lines occur when the A and B versions are
identical but differ from the ancestor version.
This document was generated
on April 2, 2002