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bug#26387: Issues in IDO/Tramp interaction

From: Clément Pit-Claudel
Subject: bug#26387: Issues in IDO/Tramp interaction
Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2017 03:09:42 -0400
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On 2017-04-07 06:11, Michael Albinus wrote:
>> 2. Running M-x shell in a buffer editing a remote file results in a
>> prompt saying "Remote shell path: /sshx:address@hidden:/home/user//bin/bash
>> (not found)".  The coorrect prompt would be
>> "/sshx:address@hidden:/bin/bash".
> I get "/sudo:address@hidden:/root//usr/bin/tcsh [Matched]". Does /bin/bash
> exist on your remote machine?

It does. Ideally, shouldn't it print as "/sudo:address@hidden:/usr/bin/tcsh" 
instead of "/sudo:address@hidden:/root//usr/bin/tcsh" anyway?
Currently, it shows "Shell remote path: 
/ssh:address@hidden:/home/clement//bin/bash [No match]"; everything before 
"/bin/bash" is highlighted and read-only, and pressing RET doesn't do anything. 
Instead I need to press C-e to get into edit mode then RET to get 
"/ssh:address@hidden:/bin/bash", and finally I can confirm with RET.


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