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bug#30293: tramp-error: Package `tramp-archive' not supported on LOCAL f

From: Shuguang Sun
Subject: bug#30293: tramp-error: Package `tramp-archive' not supported on LOCAL folder
Date: Sun, 4 Feb 2018 23:37:10 +0800

The last comment is based on Feb 2 commit.

Now I tired Feb4 commit. It works well. No error message would be raised no matter for local folder or local files.
Tramp will be triggered to be loaded when I try to open local files.

On Sun, Feb 4, 2018 at 10:52 PM, Shuguang Sun <address@hidden> wrote:
Thanks Michael.

What to my supprise is not only the directory (.zip or .tar). The tramp should not be loaded for local folders or files. Is my understanding correct?

Now I can open the folde with ext of .zip or .tar. It still trigers the load of tramp.
And I try to open a local zip file. The file can be opened however it has the message "Error: (user-error "Package `tramp-archive' not supported")".
Sorry not test it last time.

On Wed, Jan 31, 2018 at 10:13 PM, Michael Albinus <address@hidden> wrote:
Shuguang Sun <address@hidden> writes:

Hi Shuguang,

> How to reproduce the bug:
> 1. create a Folder named "a.tar" or "a.zip" in local PC
> 2. load tramp
> 3. in dired, press Enter or dired-find-file on "a.tar" or "a.zip"
> 4. it reports: tramp-error: Package `tramp-archive' not supported

Same here, under GNU/Linux. However, why do you create a directory ("a
folder") with the extension .tar or .zip? These are intended as "file"
name extensions, not for directories.

Anyway, I've committed a patch to the master branch, which should fix
this. I hope this does not delay file archive operations too much,
because for every single magic file operation I have to check now,
whether the file archive is a directory.

Could you pls check whether this works for you?

> Best Regards,
> Shuguang Sun

Best regards, Michael.

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