One could learn something new about the vast vim-fugitive every week and
still not run out of novelties for a long time. This week I took some time to
learn about the capabilities of the
:Gstatus command. Until now I’ve only
used it informatively, but from now on I will try to incorporate
git commit --verbose),
cva (same, but with
ce (amend without editing the commit message).
D shows the diff for the selected file, and once the diff is open
expands all folds (vim folding being one of the areas that I also need to
explore at some point).
q closes the status window – this one is not new, but a lot of the time I
:q out of habit.
As is always the case with vim-fugitive, there are many more things to
discover, but I want to internalize these mappings first.