|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*
Saving file c:/Users/bernie/bar...
Overwrite `c:/Users/bernie/bar'? [Type yn!q or C-h] [5 times]
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?
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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