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Re: patch for emacsclient to support GNU_NODE

From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: Re: patch for emacsclient to support GNU_NODE
Date: Sat, 27 Feb 2010 09:29:38 -0500
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.1.92 (gnu/linux)

> Yes, precisely.  So for example, a file that is called /tmp/foobar by
> the emacsclient process might be reachable using NFS as
> /net/myhost/tmp/foobar on the host where emacs is running.  You would
> set GNU_NODE to /net/myhost in this case.

> In my use case, I am invoking emacsclient from within a chrooted shell
> and using TCP to connect to an emacs process that is running on the
> same host, but outside the chroot.  Every file in the chroot is
> nameable in the root file system, but with a different path prefix.

> GNU_NODE_EXCLUDE is useful if some directory is mounted with the same
> path on both the client and server machine.  In my case, the home
> directory is special-cased and appears as /home/username to both the
> emacs and emacsclient process.

Could you point to some origin for this mechanism?
Googling only seems to point to this current thread and to some
gnuclient stuff.  Is gnuclient the only other program using such
a convention?


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