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Local History is a feature in IntelliJ and Eclipse, which for every file keeps a history of its changes:

It is not a replacement for revision control systems like Git, but I found it useful when experimenting with code.

Is there a way in Emacs to allow browsing through changes in one file and being able to select one version and revert to it?

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I think undo-tree looks like the closest match to these features. Although, it's hardly a one-to-one match.

It is possible to navigate between changes more readily by visualizing the 'tree' of changes using C-xu. It is then possible to navigate to the various changes.

There are no similar 'diffing' or 'timestamping' features available as far as I know.

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That is the plugin you are searching Emacs-localhistory

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