Using vimdiff with git

I often use Github’s compare interface for comparing changes across published commits. However, being a fan of reviewing my changes before forcing the world to see them, I also need a way to check them out locally. In the past I’ve used p4merge to graphically compare, but the tool has lacks code highlighting and is far enough outside my normal environment that I find myself missing changes. I found myself in vim’s man pages, where I conveniently found documentation on their built-in diffing tool: vimdiff.

Site Design - January 2015

My goal is to make changes once a month to this blog, as both a test of design/CSS prowess and in an effort to continuously improve it. I’ve started by taking screenshots of both how the site is now and how it looked when first pushed live.

First Post - About

My Projects

Below is a sampling of big projects that I've worked on.