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Re: Tramp splits frame when opening Subversion-controlled remote file

From: Ian Eure
Subject: Re: Tramp splits frame when opening Subversion-controlled remote file
Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2006 13:26:29 -0700

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On Apr 12, 2006, at 1:16 PM, Michael Albinus wrote:

Ian Eure <address@hidden> writes:

Yes, and? What do you see in those windows? Errors, or just the
files/directories you expect?

I see one of the other buffers I have open in Emacs. If I open a SVN
file over tramp first thing, *Messages* is displayed in the lower
window, and the file I opened is displayed in the upper. If I've been
using Emacs for a while, I'll see one of the buffers that's visiting
another file.

Tramp splits the frame and shows the *Messages* buffer only in case
there is an error it wants to point to. What are the most relevant
messages in the *Messages* buffer?

No, the only message is:

"Wrote /tmp/tramp.88725x1"

Again, it does not always show *Messages*. If I have a few buffers visiting files, one of them will be displayed instead. *Messages* only seems to be shown when I have no other buffers open, and open a SVN file with tramp.

Furthermore, if you enable Tramp traces, are there messages worth to

No, there are no errors, nor anything that looks unusual. Tramp works fine; I can open, edit, and save files without problems. It's just that whenever that file is in a SVN working directory, my frame is split into two windows.

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