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bug#11902: Emacs 23.2: dired rename file and file is hidden - Windows 7


From: Bernard Stumpf
Subject: bug#11902: Emacs 23.2: dired rename file and file is hidden - Windows 7
Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2012 07:54:07 -0400
User-agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.1; en-US; rv:1.7.2) Gecko/20040804 Netscape/7.2 (ax)

I have not noticed any sensitivity to the characters in "newname". I just created a file named "foo" and did an R to "foo1" - the line disappeared.

I did the same with file "bar" to "bar1". Here's output in *Messages*
...
(New file)
Saving file c:/Users/bernie/bar...
Wrote c:/Users/bernie/bar
Overwrite `c:/Users/bernie/bar'? [Type yn!q or C-h]  [5 times]
Quit
Move: 1 of 1
Move: 1 file
...

As to using Edebug: I don't know Edebug.  Is there a way to set breakpoints inside emacs from emacs?

-Bernie


Eli Zaretskii wrote at 01:15:
Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2012 20:05:25 -0400
From: Bernard Stumpf <address@hidden>
CC:  address@hidden

I just tried it in an "emacs -Q" window. Did a dired of my Users home 
directory and there did an R of an existing file to "newname".  The line 
containing the file disappeared.

In other words: "emacs -Q" made no difference: the problem remains.
    

Thanks.

Does the "newname" affect the problem?  E.g., if you rename file "foo"
to "foo1", does the problem still happen?

Also, can you perhaps debug this in Edebug?  I can provide guidance if
needed.  The function that refreshes the display is
dired-do-redisplay, defined on dired-aux.el, and the actual refresh of
the line of the affected file is in dired-update-file-line, also in
dired-aux.el.  Just step through these two functions and see what is
going wrong there and where.


  

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