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bug#20484: 25.0.50; Directory tracking in ansi-term broken.

From: Jacob Oursland
Subject: bug#20484: 25.0.50; Directory tracking in ansi-term broken.
Date: Sun, 03 May 2015 17:36:06 +0000

In the mean time, can we revert this commit so that Bash directory tracking will work until a coordinated solution is achieved?


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  > Hopefully beaab89896 will make them notice,

That is an unfriendly way to treat another free software project (and
this one is a GNU package).

The problem here is a conflict of conventions between Emacs and Bash.
The best way to handle this is by a discussion between the developers
on both sides.  Have you talked with Chet Ramey to look for the right

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