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Re: [multi-tty] emacsclient resets working directory

From: Károly Lőrentey
Subject: Re: [multi-tty] emacsclient resets working directory
Date: Thu, 17 May 2007 16:13:58 +0200
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csant wrote:
> Start an emacs session
>     $ cd ~ && emacs -Q
> and `M-x server-start'.  When finding a file from the *scratch* buffer,
> it will start looking from $PWD ( ~/ )
> Connect an emacsclient, go back to the main server emacs and find a file
> in *scratch*: it will start looking from the emacsclient's $PWD.  Even
> though I might imagine some use cases, this sounds more like an
> unexpected behaviour: to the user both the server and the client frame
> are perceived as separate emacs instances and the $PWD of the
> emacsclient should not modify the server's one.

Changing the current directory of *scratch* was an intentional change,
but it now seems a bad idea to me.  I'll fix this by removing the
feature implementing it.


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