I made support for another revision control system, Subversion (svn).
You can download it from my web page:

With the main macro svn.vdm you can do some of the most common svn operations:
  • STATUS - Display status (list files that you have been modified, added or deleted)
  • LOG - List commit log
  • DIFF - Compare two revisions of a file or multiple files
  • ADD - Add current file into repository
  • REMOVE - Remove current file from repository
  • UNDO - Undo Add or Remove (before you commit)
  • REVERT - Undo any changes you have done in your workfile since last commit or update
  • COMMIT - Commit all changes. Another instance of Vedit opens for entering commit message.
  • FILES - List files that have changed in selected revision
  • GET - Fetch selected revision of a file

The output from svn is displayed in an window in Vedit with syntax highlighting.
You can double-click on a filename to open that file.

The macro svn_setup.vdm helps you to instal Vedit svn support and to set some svn configuration settings.