Commit d5d04ab2 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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(VC Dired Mode) [ifnottex]: Conditional xref's for on-line manual.

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@vindex vc-dired-terse-display
@kbd{C-x v d} creates a buffer which uses VC Dired Mode. This looks
much like an ordinary Dired buffer (@pxref{Dired,,,emacs, the
Emacs Manual}); however, normally it shows only the noteworthy files
(those locked or not up-to-date). This is called @dfn{terse display}.
If you set the variable @code{vc-dired-terse-display} to @code{nil},
then VC Dired shows all relevant files---those managed under version
control, plus all subdirectories (@dfn{full display}). The command
@kbd{v t} in a VC Dired buffer toggles between terse display and full
display (@pxref{VC Dired Commands}).
much like an ordinary Dired buffer
@iftex
(@pxref{Dired,,,emacs, the Emacs Manual});
@end iftex
@ifnottex
(@pxref{Dired});
@end ifnottex
however, normally it shows only the noteworthy files (those locked or
not up-to-date). This is called @dfn{terse display}. If you set the
variable @code{vc-dired-terse-display} to @code{nil}, then VC Dired
shows all relevant files---those managed under version control, plus
all subdirectories (@dfn{full display}). The command @kbd{v t} in a
VC Dired buffer toggles between terse display and full display
(@pxref{VC Dired Commands}).
@vindex vc-dired-recurse
By default, VC Dired produces a recursive listing of noteworthy or
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