ediff to use
split-window-sensibly so it will stack the diffs on top/bottom when the window is narrow, but side-by-side when the window is wide. I'd like to use a single frame instead of the overlay help window (
So I set these two settings in my .emacs:
(setq ediff-split-window-function 'split-window-sensibly) (setq ediff-window-setup-function 'ediff-setup-windows-plain)
M-x vc-ediff in a git-controlled and modified file.
ediff fails to display the top window. Only the help buffer and buffer
B are displayed (with diff highlighting and
ediff keybindings). As far as I can tell, all I can do to fix this is to use
I'm using Emacs 24 on Ubuntu (I'm also using spacemacs, but I reproduced without my
Any idea what I can do? I'm not even sure where I'd report a bug (emacs bug, ediff bug, already fixed bug?).