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I like the extension Git History Diff in Visual Studio Code, looks something like this:

Git History Diff

I am looking for something similar for Vim. I've looked at Fugitive and other Vim plugins, but they are awkward when compared to Git History Diff.

Does anyone know of a Vim plugin similar to Git History Diff?

  • With futigive, you have the :Gllog command to populate your location list with the commit history. You can then navigate it with :lprevious and :lnext (which you can map to, say, [l and ]l), showing a buffer with inline-diffs for each commit. This make it quite easy to see changes. But what are you exactly trying to achieve? – Biggybi Jun 1 at 21:58
  • I would love it if I could just click on a line and it shows me who edited that line last. Just like VS Code with Git History Diff. – Fred Jun 2 at 20:24
  • Then, to be sure, have you tried :Gblame? – Biggybi Jun 2 at 20:58
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How about git-blame which puts the message in the status line?

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  • It's not exactly what I am looking for, but it might be good enough. – Fred Jun 2 at 20:25

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