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Re: Eglot and Tramp

From: João Távora
Subject: Re: Eglot and Tramp
Date: Fri, 19 Jun 2020 14:23:08 +0100

Thanks you very much Michael for the fix to Tramp, Michael.

I'm the discussion switching to emacs-devel.

I've yet to test it out, but do you think it's possible to make
this fix available in Emacs 27, given that the bug was found
there?  I'm afraid we won't be able to advertise Tramp support
in Eglot soon unless you do this.

This is of course assuming that this fix does fix Eglot's attempts
to use Tramp (which I or someone else still has to confirm).


On Fri, Jun 19, 2020 at 2:18 PM Michael Albinus <michael.albinus@gmx.de> wrote:
> João Távora <joaotavora@gmail.com> writes:
> > Hi Michael,
> Hi João,
> > [ Felipe, I don't subscribe to tramp-devel, so please next time CC me in
> > these emails so that we try to fill in the blanks when there's something
> > not quite clear ]
> Or write an Emacs bug report, if several packages are involved.
> > Thanks for looking into this.  I fully understand avoiding the complex
> > setup, so I've put together a small Elisp program that you can run from
> > Emacs -Q.
> Thanks! It was very helpful. I've pushed a fix to master, which ought to
> cure this.
> > There are two tests you can do within eglot-tramp.el: one using the
> > usual "cat" program, the other one is more interesting and requires that
> > you download "clangd", an LSP server ('sudo apt install clangd' will
> > probably do).
> >
> > But if you don't want to do that (download "clangd"), any program that
> > spits out stdout and stderr should have the same effect.
> I've tried both test cases. The clangd variant was a little bit tricky,
> because I had to use Fedora's snap installer, and to adapt my remote
> $PATH. And the installed clangd didn't return proper messages to my
> eyes, but it returned stdout and stderr - all what I need for testing :-)
> Could you pls check?
> > João
> Best regards, Michael.

João Távora

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