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Re: Environment variables for remote processes

From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: Re: Environment variables for remote processes
Date: Thu, 20 Nov 2014 21:46:19 -0500
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>> What other way do you have in mind?
>> If you just use straight `setq' this will affect all subsequent
>> executions of subprocesses, so it only makes sense for env settings
>> which are not specific for one particular subprocess.
>> but that's quite less convenient and efficient than using `let', so I'm
>> not worried if we don't handle that case.
> There's setenv.  And it is the recommended way to manipulate
> process-environment.

I think it's basically the same situation as with setq: either it's done
within a `let' (and we're back to the let-binding case), or it affects
all subsequent subprocesses.


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