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Wed, 18 Oct 2006 17:52:25 -0400
This is about unix-like environment.
Say I start emacs with a file in a certain directory, say /a/b/c:
then, while in emacs, I open another file, say /g/d/f/file1.
It looks like after this emacs moves its "current directory" to /g/d/f. Now, if
I start a shell script through call-process, the shell script's current
directory is also /g/d/f, but it depends on being run somewhere in /a/b/c tree.
In fact, it looks like emacs changes its internal 'current directory' each time
I switch to a file in a different directory, even a previously opened file.
Is there a way to prevent emacs from changing its current directory when
opening a new file or changing between files being visited?
- current directory,