Commit e8d8cb3e authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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(Old Versions): Use @table.

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......@@ -1680,45 +1680,42 @@ range from red to blue spans the past 36 days instead of 360 days. A
stretch factor greater than 1 means the color range spans more than a
year.
From the annotate buffer, you can use the following keys to browse the
From the annotate buffer, you can use the following keys to browse the
annotations of past revisions, view diffs, or view log entries:
@itemize @bullet
@item
Pressing @kbd{P} annotates the previous revision. It also takes a
numeric prefix argument, so for example @kbd{C-u 10 P} would take you
back 10 revisions.
@item
Pressing @kbd{N} annotates the next revision. It also takes a numeric
prefix argument, so for example @kbd{C-u 10 N} would take you forward
10 revisions.
@item
Pressing @kbd{J} annotates the revision at line (as denoted by the
version number on the same line).
@item
Pressing @kbd{A} annotates the revision previous to line (as denoted
by the version number on the same line). This is useful to see the
state the file was in before the change on the current line was made.
@item
Pressing @kbd{D} shows the diff of the revision at line with its
previous revision. This is useful to see what actually changed when
the revision denoted on the current line was committed.
@item
Pressing @kbd{L} shows the log of the revision at line. This is
useful to see the author's description of the changes that occurred
when the revision denoted on the current line was committed.
@item
Pressing @kbd{W} annotates the workfile (most up to date) version. If
you used @kbd{P} and @kbd{N} to browse to other revisions, use this
key to return to the latest version.
@end itemize
@table @kbd
@item P
Annotate the previous revision, that is to say, the revision before
the one currently annotated. A numeric prefix argument is a repeat
count, so @kbd{C-u 10 P} would take you back 10 revisions.
@item N
Annotate the next revision---the one after the revision currently
annotated. A numeric prefix argument is a repeat count.
@item J
Annotate the revision indicated by the current line.
@item A
Annotate the revision before the one indicated by the current line.
This is useful to see the state the file was in before the change on
the current line was made.
@item D
Display the diff between the current line's revision and the previous
revision. This is useful to see what the current line's revision
actually changed in the file.
@item L
Show the log of the current line's revision. This is useful to see
the author's description of the changes in the revision on the current
line.
@item W
Annotate the workfile version--the one you are editing. If you used
@kbd{P} and @kbd{N} to browse to other revisions, use this key to
return to the latest version.
@end table
@node Secondary VC Commands
@subsection The Secondary Commands of VC
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