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Vim – Using undo branches

This is a pretty neat feature that I did not know existed. I have only used u, U and CTRL-R, but a situation arose where multiple undo’s and redo’s was necessary.

:h undolist has clear documentation on how it works.
g+ Go to newer text state. With a count repeat that many times. {not in Vi} See :help g+ for more.
g- Go to older text state. With a count repeat that many times. {not in Vi} See :help g- for more.

For more, see below:
http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/Using_undo_branches

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