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Re: Disabling Tramp

From: Kai Großjohann
Subject: Re: Disabling Tramp
Date: Sun, 13 Mar 2005 14:39:18 +0100
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Kevin Rodgers <address@hidden> writes:

> Kai Gro?johann wrote:
>> One can remove the Tramp entries from file-name-handler-alist and
>> re-add the Ange-FTP entries there.  But it's also possible to just
>> type "/ftp:address@hidden:/some/file" as the filename, or to set
>> tramp-default-method, as Michael mentioned.
> It's generally agreed that the user should be able to enable and disable
> features at will.  Should Tramp be a global minor mode a la
> auto-compression-mode and auto-image-file-mode?

Disabling Ange-FTP works the same as disabling Tramp: You can remove
the entry from file-name-handler-alist, or you can prefix the filename
with "/:".

Are you mentioning this now because you believe that Tramp is somehow
different?  Could you explain what makes it different?

Or is it just a coincidence that you thought of it now?


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